Monday, 1 December 2014

The "Ins And Outs" Of Cricket. A Clarification.



Illustration:


You have two sides.



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One out in the field.
And one in.


AUSTRALIA - Charles Kelleway #2 "1920's Test Cricketers" County Print Services 1994 Series 2 Collectable Cricket Card

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Each man that's in the side that's in.
Goes out.



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And when he's out.
He comes in.



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And the next man goes in.
Until he's out.



Australian cricketer Charlie Macartney,
taken in the 1920s.
Illustration: CRICPIX


When they are all out.
The side that's out.
Comes in.


AUSTRALIA - Victor York Richardson #17 "1920's Test Cricketers" County Print Services 1994 Series 2 Collectable Cricket Card

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And the side that's been in.
Goes out.



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And tries to get out.
Those coming in.


Victorious heroes Indian cricketers celebrate their triumphant win over Australia

Illustration: CRICKET


Sometimes you get men still in.
And not out.



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When both sides have been in.
And out.


ENGLAND - Ernest Tyldesley #13 "1920's Test Cricketers" County Print Services 1994 Series 2 Collectable Cricket Card

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Including the not outs.


ENGLAND - Alfred Percy Freeman #12 "1920's Test Cricketers" County Print Services 1994 Series 2 Collectable Cricket Card

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The winner is declared.



Illustration: THE TELEGRAPH


If there is one !!!

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