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    Cricket 6 hit off

    I remember this topic being discussed a while ago. Everybody knows about the Baseball Home Run hit off, where the batter tries to hit as many home runs as possible. What about cricket, where the batsman has to hit as many sixes as possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooextracool
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    The concept of the home run hit off is a silly one indeed. Who in their right mind would find a bloke smashing delibrately thrown pies as far as he could? Its booring. Much more exciting if its a home-run (or 6 in this case) in genuine, hard competition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel56
    The concept of the home run hit off is a silly one indeed. Who in their right mind would find a bloke smashing delibrately thrown pies as far as he could? Its booring. Much more exciting if its a home-run (or 6 in this case) in genuine, hard competition.
    Totally agreed.. The home run derby is a good laugh, but it isn't really baseball and the novelty wears off pretty sharpish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel56
    The concept of the home run hit off is a silly one indeed. Who in their right mind would find a bloke smashing delibrately thrown pies as far as he could?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCap_Fan
    I remember this topic being discussed a while ago. Everybody knows about the Baseball Home Run hit off, where the batter tries to hit as many home runs as possible. What about cricket, where the batsman has to hit as many sixes as possible?

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    so what would this incorporate exactlY?the way i understand it every1 has to bat the way afridi does, but what happens if u get out?

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    I think racking up centurys over the season would be similar or are you speaking about a game just for hitting sixes.



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