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Question 1: Both were hit while batting: George Summers of ________ on the head at Lord's in 1870; and Abdul Aziz, the Karachi wicket-keeper, over the heart in the 1958-59 Quaid-e-Azam final.
RutlandSomersetNottinghamshireHertfordshire

Question 2: A cricket ball is a hard, solid ball used to play ________.
CricketIndoor cricketBat-and-ball gamesOlympic Games

Question 3: In ________ and most domestic games that spread over a multitude of days, the cricket ball is traditionally coloured red.
Hong Kong International Cricket SixesOne Day InternationalTest cricketTwenty20

Question 4: Constructed of cork and ________, a cricket ball is heavily regulated by cricket law at first class level.
ButtonLeatherWoolLeather skirt

Question 5: [2] In ________ this ball is used for a minimum of 80 overs (theoretically five hours and twenty minutes of play).
Twenty20Test cricketOne Day InternationalHong Kong International Cricket Sixes

Question 6: Altering the state of the cricket ball outside the permitted manners designated in the rules of cricket is prohibited during a match, and '________' has resulted in numerous controversies.
Paul CollingwoodEngland cricket teamInzamam-ul-HaqBall tampering

Question 7: Cricket balls are traditionally dyed red, and red balls are used in Test cricket and ________.
Twenty20Twenty20 InternationalOne Day InternationalFirst-class cricket

Question 8: Cricket nets • Snickometer • ________ • Hot Spot • Category:Cricket equipment
Stump (cricket)Hawk-EyeAndy MurrayIvan Ljubičić

Question 9: In many ________ matches, the ball is coloured white.
Limited overs cricketTwenty20Test cricketOne Day International

Question 10: Cricket balls are made from a core of cork, which is layered with tightly wound string, and covered by a ________ case with a slightly raised sewn seam.
Leather skirtButtonWoolLeather
















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