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Cricket is a bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams.
Cricket may also refer to:
- Cricket (insect), family Gryllidae, also known as "true crickets"
- Tettigoniidae, known as katydids or bush-crickets
- Cricket (musical), a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
- Cricket, nickname of the character Christine Blair in The Young and the Restless
- Cricket, character played by Hoagy Carmichael in the film To Have and Have Not
- Cricket, character in the 1988 novel Fire on the Mountain
- The Crickets, a rock and roll band formed by Buddy Holly
- "Cricket", a song by The Kinks on their album Preservation Act 1
- Crickets (album), an album by Joe Nichols
- "Crickets", a song by Drop City Yacht Club
- Shturcite, a Bulgarian rock and roll band formed in 1967 translated as The Crickets in English
- The Crickets, a compilation album by Shturcite
Publications and literature
- Cricket (magazine), an American literary magazine for children
- "Cricket", a translation into English of the Polish poem "Chrząszcz" by Jan Brzechwa
- The Cricket, a 19th-century American general-interest magazine, named after the insect
- Cricket (1914 automobile), an early American automobile
- Plymouth Cricket (disambiguation), two automobiles
- Colomban Cri-cri, a light plane
- Cricket Communications, also known as Cricket Wireless, a wireless service provider subsidiary of Leap Wireless
- Cricket (darts), a game using the standard 20-number dartboard
- Programmable Cricket, robotic toys
- Cricket (roofing), a ridge structure designed to divert water on a roof
- Cricket, North Carolina
- Cricket, a type of spinning float (breakdancing move)
- Cricket (warning sound), an audible warning in the cockpits of commercial aircraft
- Cricket House and Cricket Park, in Cricket St Thomas, England
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