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Cricket is the most popular sport in India by far, and is played almost everywhere in the country. The Indian Premier League, a Twenty20 tournament where various city franchises compete in a style similar to club football, is one of the biggest sporting leagues and the biggest cricketing league in the world. Cricket is an important part of Indian culture and top players, like Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma, often attain celebrity status and are some of the most influential figures in the country. 


  • Cricket is played between two teams each made up of eleven players. (Sometime in junior competitions you will find 8 player teams).
  • Games comprise of at least one innings where each team will take turns in batting and fielding/bowling.
  • The fielding team will have a bowler bowl the ball to the batsman who tries to hit the ball with their bat.
  • The fielding team tries to get the batsmen out by:
    1. Hitting the wickets with the ball when bowling
    2. Catching a batsman’s shot on the full
    3. Hitting the batsman’s leg in front of the wicket (LBW)
    4. Or hitting the wickets before the batsmen can run to the other end of the pitch

  • The batmen try to score as many runs as possible before getting out by:
    1. Hitting the ball and running between the wickets and making it to the other end before the fielders can hit the wickets with the ball. Each time you run one full length of the pitch it equals 1 run.
    2. Hitting the ball to the boundary along the ground is 4 runs.
    3. Hitting the ball over the boundary on the full equals 6 runs.

  • The fielding team must get 10 batsmen out before they can change over and start batting.
  • The aim of the game is to score as many runs as possible before the fielding team takes 10 wickets. The team with the most runs wins.

There are many other cricket rules. However, these are most of the basics and will get you well on your way to playing the game. Many of the more advanced rules and laws can be learned along the way and are not vital to general play.


Cricket has several features that make it one of the most unique sports on the planet. First, cricket test matches can last for several days and have no time limit. In fact, the longest male test cricket match of all time was between England and South Africa and lasted 43 h and 16 min. The game occurred in March 1939 and was abandoned because the ship taking home the England team was due to leave.

Another unique feature of cricket is the 40-minute lunch break between the first two sessions of the day’s play. Additionally, after the second session of play, there is a 20-minute break allotted for tea.

Teams also have a 12th,man who is a substitute fielder in case someone gets hurt or is otherwise unable to play. Once the injured player recovers from injury, the may return to replace the 12th man. The 12tn man is also not allowed to bat or bowl.


Field hockey, also called hockey, outdoor game played by two opposing teams of 11 players each who use sticks curved at the striking end to hit a small, hard ball into their opponent’s goal. It is called field hockey to distinguish it from the similar games played on ice. Hockey is believed to date from the earliest civilizations. The Arabs, Greeks, Persians, and Romans each had their own versions, and traces of a stick game played by the Aztec Indians of South America have been found. Hockey can also be identified with other early games, such as hurling and shiny. During the Middle Ages, a French stick game called hoquet was played, and the English word may be derived from it.

The Rules Of Field Hockey

The Rules Of Field Hockey
  • Hockey players can only hit the ball with the flat side of their stick.
  • Hockey players (other than the goalkeeper) are not allowed to use their feet, or any other parts of the body, to control the ball at any time.
  • A goal can only be scored either from a field goal, a penalty corner, or from a penalty stroke. A field goal is a goal scored from open play, and can only be scored from inside the ‘striking circle’, in front of the opponent’s goal. If the hockey ball is hit from outside the circle and goes into the goal, it does not count as a goal.
  • Hockey players may not trip, push, charge, interfere with, or physically handle an opponent in any way. Hockey is a non-contact sport and all fouls result in a free hit or a ‘penalty corner’ for the non-offending team depending on where the infringement took place and the severity of the foul.

Types of Foul in field hockey

  • Advancing. This is awarded against a player who shoves, pushes, or advances the ball in any way, using any part of their body.
  • Hockey stick interference. This is awarded against a player who uses their stick to hit an opponent’s stick, either intentionally or unintentionally.
  • Sticks. This is awarded against a player who raises their stick dangerously near another player.
  • Undercutting. This is awarded against a player who lifts the ball in a dangerous manner.
  • Backsticks. This is awarded against a player who strikes the ball with the rounded back of the hockey stick.
  • Obstruction. This is awarded against a hockey player who uses their body or stick to prevent an opponent from reaching the ball.
  • Third-party obstruction. This is awarded when a hockey player positions themselves between the ball and an opponent, allowing a team-mate an unobstructed play on the ball.

A player who breaches the rules, either by rough or dangerous play, misconduct, or an intentional offenses, can be shown a card — either green, yellow or red.

  • Green. This is an official warning given to the hockey player to not break the rules.
  • Yellow. This results in a hockey player being sent off the pitch for 5 minutes, following an offense.
  • Red. A red card results in an early shower and is given for more serious offense.

Punishment in field hockey

Free hit: This is a free play awarded on any offenses that occurs outside of the scoring circle. It usually takes place at the location of the violation. All opposing players must stand at least 5 yards (4.6m) from where the hit is to be taken.  

Penalty corner: This is awarded to the attacking team when the defense either commits a foul inside the striking circle or intentionally hits the ball out-of-bounds over the end line. A penalty corner is taken by an attacking player at a spot on the end-line 10 yards (9.2m) away from the nearest goal post. All other attackers must stand outside the striking circle, while five defenders, including the goalkeeper, stand behind the end line until contact is made with the ball. Once the ball has been put in play, all players can rush into the circle to either defend or shoot the ball at the goal.

Penalty stroke: This is awarded to the attacking side when an offense is committed by the defending side which is deemed to have prevented an almost certain goal. A penalty is taken 7 yards (6.4m) from goal, with the player having only the goalkeeper to beat.


Kabaddi is a popular contact sport in Southern Asia that first originated in Ancient India. It is played across the country and is the official game in the states of Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Telangana and Maharashtra. 



The overall objective of the game is to simply score more points than the opposition team within the allotted time. To achieve this, each team must attempt to score points by both attacking and defending. When attacking, the offensive team sends across a raider into the opposition’s half who must touch one of the more members of the opposition to score a point. When defending, the objective is to capture the raider by wrestling them to the ground or simply by preventing them from returning to their own half by the time their breath is up.

  • Each team shall consist of no more than 12 players with only 7 taking to the field at any one time.
  • Because of the physical nature of Kabaddi, matches are categorized in age and weight categories.
  • There are six officials looking after each Kabaddi match. The officials comprise of a referee, a scorer, two assistant scorers and two umpires.
  • The duration of the match is two halves of 20 minutes with a half time break of 5 minutes.
  • At the start of a Kabaddi match, there is a coin toss with the winner having the choice as to whether to have the first raid or not. In the second half of the match, the team that did not raid first shall begin the second half with a raid.
  • To win a point when raiding, the raider must take a breath and run into the opposition’s half and tag one or more members of the opposing team and then return to their own half of the pitch before inhaling again.
  • To prove that another breath hasn’t been taken, the rider must continue to repeatedly yell the word ‘Kabaddi’. Failure to do this, even for just a moment means that the rider must return to their own side of the court without points and the opposite team is awarded a point for a successful defense play.
  • The team being raided is defending, and the players must prevent the raiders from tagging them and returning back over the halfway line. Whilst in defence, a team may score a point by successfully preventing the raider returning to their own half after tagging them. Raiders may only be grabbed by their limbs or torso, not by their hair, clothes or anywhere else, and defenders are not permitted to cross the centre line.
  • Each team will take turns in raiding and defending. Following halftime, the two teams switch sides of the court and the team who defended first in the first half begin the second half by raiding.
  • The game continues in this way until the time is up, the team with the most points at the end of the match is declared the winner.


Scoring in Kabaddi is relatively simple. Teams score one point for each opponent that they put out of the game. Putting an opponent out (and thus scoring a point) is done in different ways. When attacking, this is done by the raider touching opposition members, putting them out. When defending, it is done by preventing the raider from returning to its own half.

Bonus points are also available in Kabaddi. The raider can earn an extra point by successfully touching the bonus line in the opposition’s half. Three bonus points are available to a team when all of their opponents are declared out and a point is also available if any part of an opposing team member’s body goes outside the boundary.

At the end of the match, the team with the most points is declared the winner. If at the end of the game, both teams have the same number of points, then the game is treated as a draw.


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