The first one-day international cricket match was played between England and Australia at:

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The first one-day international cricket match was played between England and Australia in Melbourne.

The first non-white cricket club in western India was established towards the end of the ____ century.

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The first non-white cricket club in western India was established towards the end of the 19th century.

Which of these was not British colony?

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Japan was not a British colony.

The Marylebone Cricket Club was founded in:

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The Marylebone cricket club was founded in 1787.

Test cricket originated in:

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Test cricket originated in 1877.

The word 'bat' means:

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The word 'bat' means a club.

According to the laws of cricket, the ball must weigh:

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According to the laws of cricket, the ball must weigh 5 to 6 ounces.

In which year did a black player captain a West Indian cricket team?

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The first time a black player captained a West Indian cricket team in 1960.

Learie Constantine was one of the best known cricketers of:

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Learie Constantine was one of the best known cricketers of the West Indies.

The first law for giving a batsman out leg before wicket was published in:

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The first law for giving a batsman out leg before wicket (LBW) was published in 1774.

India entered Test cricket in:

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India entered Test cricket in 1932.

The Imperial Cricket Conference was renamed as the International Cricket Conference in:

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The Imperial Cricket Conference was renamed as the International Cricket Conference in 1965.

The Calcutta Cricket Club was established in:

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The Calcutta Cricket Club was established in 1792.

One-day international cricket matches began in:

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One-day international cricket matches began in 1971.

Thomas Hughes the author of Tom Brown's School days studied at Rugby School during the headmastership of ____.

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Thomas Hughes the author of Tom Brown's School days studied at Rugby School during the headmastership of Thomas Arnold.

When the West Indies won its first Test series against ____ in 1950, it was celebrated as a national achievement.

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When the West Indies won its first Test series against England in 1950, it was celebrated as a national achievement.

Kerry Packer was an:

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Kerry Packer was an Australian.

The West Indies won their first cricket Test series against England in:

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The West Indies won their first cricket Test series against England in 1950.

'Obsolete' means:

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'Obsolete' means no longer in use.

The Ferozshah Kotla Stadium is in:

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The Ferozshah Kotla Stadium is in Delhi.

South Africa was banned from international cricket in:

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South Africa was banned from international cricket in 1970.

The Chepauk ground is in:

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The Chepauk ground is in Chennai.

The length of the cricket pitch is:

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The length of the cricket pitch is 22 yards.

According to the laws of cricket, the stumps must be ____ inches high.

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According to the laws of cricket, the stumps must be 22 inches high.

The first written laws of cricket were drawn up in:

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The first written laws of cricket were drawn up in 1744.

When was cricket played in India for the first time?

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Cricket was played for the first time in India in 1721.

The first black player to captain the West Indies cricket team was:

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The first black player to captain the West Indies cricket team was Frank Worrell.

The West Indies won their first cricket Test series against:

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The West Indies won their first cricket Test series against England.

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