Windball cricket

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Windball cricket is a bat-and-ball game, a version of cricket, played between two teams. It is an 8-overs-a-side contest and played mostly on concrete surface.[1] It is different from modern cricket in its rules and most importantly because it is played with a different ball. The ball used in this type of cricket is made out of soft plastic material and gives a more consistent bounce on concrete surfaces with less wear and tear than regular or tape balls.

It is very popular in West Indian cricket-playing countries.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Prasad, Bagawati. "'Windball cricket' key to Narine's batting success". Cricbuzz. Retrieved 2017-04-26.

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