A short pitch delivery which passes at the shoulder or head height of the batsman. In ODI's only one bouncer per over is allowed.
a ball which is aimed to pitch in the first half of the crease, meaning it has had time to rise sharply to chest or head height by the time it reaches the batsman
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A bowling delivery of fast pace and pitched short with the purpose of rising to around chest height when arriving at the batsman.
Another name for a fast short-pitched ball.
A short-pitched ball which passes the batsman at chest or head height
a short pitched ball that bounces up towards the height of the batsman's head or above as it passes the batsman.
Ugly brute of a delivery - quick, short and designed to take the batsman's head off if he doesn't take evasive action. Not to be confused with bouncer - ugly brute designed to take your head off.
In the sport of cricket, a bouncer (or bumper) is a type of delivery, usually bowled by a fast bowler. It is pitched short so that it bounces on the pitch well short of the batsman and rears up to chest or head height (or even higher) as it reaches the batsman.