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The first definite reference to cricket being played in England (and hence anywhere) is in evidence given to a court case of (1598) which states that "Creckett" was played on common land in Guildford, Surrey, around (1550). Life in Cricket these days have had to face a lot of Turbulence , but these nights with the spotlight on the twin faces of Cricket, a true fan can feel like questioning a natural birth is not pure - Ball somehow be resolved. Sad to say, but this is what recent events suggest . When India was part of the ODI World Cup (2011) it was said, as the favourite's to win the Cup by all. But we must realize that something along the cup for every Indian who watched the game , was the game that brought viewers from all angles. Present scenario suggests that there is a game that brings a (TRP Score). The charm and the small field of the drama that unfolded in the game were the attraction quotient . But it would be foolish for any fan believe a (T20) game is not going to last in deciding the winner. The format was thought to have the latest look on the capture of moments. However there is no denying the fact that it is almost impossible to detect Spot- Fixing that occurred , which recent reports suggest. During the 17th Century, numerous references indicate the growth of cricket in the southeast of England. By the end of the century, it had become an organized activity being played for high stakes and it is believed that the first professionals appeared in the years following the Restoration in (1660). A newspaper article survives of "a great cricket match" with eleven players a side that was played for high stakes in Sussex in (1697) and this is the first known reference to a cricket match of such importance. A number of other words have been suggested as sources for the term "Cricket". In the first definite reference to the sport in (1598), is called creckett. Given the strong medieval trade connections between south - east England and the County of Flanders when the latter belonged to the Duchy of Burgundy, the name may be derived from the Middle Dutch Krick or a stick (Crook), or cricc the Old Inglese or cryce means a crutch or staff. In Old French , the word criquet seems to have resulted in a kind of club or stick. In Samuel Johnson's Dictionary , he derived cricket from "cryce , Saxon, a stick" Another possible source is the Middle Dutch word krick stoel, meaning a long low stool used for kneeling in church & which resembled the long, low wicket with two stumps used in early cricket. Over time Laker was to become a respected commentator and author on his own but his first three books were ghost written by Muller. One, "Over Me", which was published in (1960), was to cause a major stir, but the books were, in general, not more satisfying than similar books appearing today. Cricket has a close relationship many players and are competing at the top level in the sport of both Australian Rules Football. In 1858, cricketer Tom Wills prominent Australian, called for a foot ball clubs in the code of law to maintain the fit cricketer in the off - Season. (Cricket News in World)


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