The only significant difference between the cricket for able-bodied players and blind cricket is that of the ball and the stumps. The ball used in the sport consists of bells inside which produces sound on being hit so that the players can track the direction of it easily and likewise stop the same so that the opponent may not secure more runs. On the other hand, it helps the batsman to hit the ball by hearing its sound.
Updated On : 03 Jun, 2017
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