cricket player: batsman
Player who takes position to hit the ball; like all cricketers, this player wears the traditional white or cream white.
Hard piece of equipment designed to protect the head from the ball’s impact.
Wire mask attached to the helmet to protect the batsman’s face.
Each of the small spikes attached to the sole to provide traction when batting or running.
Shoe that supports and protects the ankle; its sole is usually fitted with studs.
Heavily padded piece of equipment that protects the batsman’s legs and knees from the ball’s impact.
Padded piece of equipment covering the hand and wrist; it is shaped around the fingers and is flexible enough to provide a good grip on the bat.
Piece formed of a flat section connected to a rubber-covered handle that the batsman uses to hit the ball; its maximum length is 38 inches.