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Gap
Anytime there is some distance between two fielders, the batsman sees a gap. To identify the gap is easy. But to be able to hit in the gap is hard.
Gardening
Some batsmen try and flatten the pitch by prodding with their 2 lb 12 oz bat. That is after a 4000 pound earth moving machine has already done that for 4 hours non-stop!
Gatting ball
Shane Warne's ball of the century - the leg spin delivery swerved in towards Gatting in its flight through the air, and then to deviate sharply away from him on bouncing. It hit his wicket and he was dismissed. It was Warne's first Ashes delivery.
Gatting, Mike
However talented a batsmen he was he will always be remembered as the overweight dude who fell to that now famous Shane Warne delivery on June 4, 1993. Now known as the Gatting ball.
Get behind the ball
When a batsman has gotten the ball with the sweetspot while also protecting himself with the bat – a classic shot.
Get oneself out
Getting out through irresponsible strokemaking. Of late, after the tainted money has hit the bank account in Cayman Islands.
Get the head over the ball
A defensive shot whereby the batsman will rise above the ball to prevent any chance of a catch.
Gillette
A company that decided to sponsor the first one-day cricket competition to make people aware of the need to shave every day with their razor blades. Once their blades started selling, Gillette decided not to sponsor cricket events any more!
Give a single
See 'allow a single.'
Give out
This used to be something only the on-field umpire could do - by showing his finger! These days the off-field guys have become involved with their traffic lights and fancy gadgets.
 
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