Yorker

York'er noun (Cricket) A tice.
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Yorker

• (n.) A tice.
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yorker

(from the article `cricket`) ...forward to play his stroke or to move back. A half volley is a ball pitched so far up to the batsman that he can drive it fractionally after it ...
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Yorker

Yorker is a term used in cricket that describes a ball bowled (a delivery) which hits the cricket pitch around the batsman`s feet. When a batsman assumes a normal stance this generally means that the cricket ball bounces on the cricket pitch on or near the batsman`s popping crease. A batsman who advances down the pitch to strike the ball (typica.....
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Yorker

a (usually fast) delivery that is pitched very close to the batsman. The intent is for it to pitch exactly underneath his bat or on his toes, in the block hole. A perfectly-pitched fast yorker is almost impossible to keep out; a bad yorker can turn into a half-volley (too short) or a full toss (too full).
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Yorker

A full-pitched delivery that is aimed at the batsman's toes and/or the base of the stumps. If the ball is swinging, these can be the most lethal delivery in the game, as perfected by Waqar Younis in his pomp
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Yorker

a (usually fast) delivery that is pitched very close to the batsman. The intent is for it to bounce exactly underneath his bat or on his toes, in the block hole. A perfectly-pitched fast yorker is almost impossible to keep out; a bad yorker can turn into a half-volley (too short) or a full toss (too full).
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Yorker

A ball bowled to pitch at the batsman's feet, to pass under his bat and hit the wicket.
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