Kwik cricket

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Kwik cricket

Kwik cricket , Kanga cricket, Kiwi cricket, Speed cricket
Kwik cricket (known as MILO Kanga cricket in Australia, and MILO Kiwi Cricket in New Zealand) is a high-speed version of cricket aimed mainly at encouraging children to take part in the main sport. Many of the rules are adapted from cricket, but Kwik cricket is played with a plastic bat and ball, and plastic cones to mark the maximum width of a legally bowled ball. The rules can be altered so that virtually any number of children can play in the time available, and the game can be made easier or more difficult by changing the physical dimensions of the pitch .
This image belongs to the following categories: Children's sport, Cricket terminology, Short form cricket.

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