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Parts of a cricket field.

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A standard cricket ground, showing the cricket pitch (brown), close-infield (light green) within 15 yards (13.6 m) of the striking batsman, infield (medium green) inside the white 30 yard (27.4 m) circle, and outfield (dark green), with sight screens beyond the boundary at either end. Boundary could be 2-3 metres inwards.

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