THE PAPER BALL(As preserved in the Museum for Room Cricket , Rudra’s Room ,Trivedi Gardens made by the founders themselves.)
1.BAT- Clipboard or a bat-like structure used to clean clothes or sometimes a real bat
2.BALL-Cellotaped paperballs, Smiley Stress Balls(great bounce and sometimes they spun as well.)
3.WICKET-Bucket or sometimes two buckets to give bowlers a good chance.
4.TOWELS- These were the most important because it got really sweaty.
5.BOUNDARY ROPE-The wall at the opposite end.
THE SMILEY STRESS BALL(Introduced by Apu. Available at any stationers for a price varying from Rs 10 – Rs 20)
SKILLS & RULES
Same as the usual cricket.
1.Most Unforgettable Moment Award – Debi(Myself) and Gunjan Misra. I smacked the ball with which Gunjan had promised by his life to get me bowled straight into the tube light and it rained glass and white powder leaving us in sheer darkness.
2.Best Commentator Award- Satvik. He has the best commentating skills and includes vernacular proverbs that make it so funny and enjoyable.(Once a match was abandoned as no one could stop laughing.)
3.Best Camerawork- These matches and the commentary on them were recorded on Apu‘s phone mostly by Rudra.
4. Best Spinner Award – Robin. He really spins it a lot with that stress ball.
5.Most Damages Award – Debi . I somehow ended up breaking the walls of the PG a lot of times. (Sorry Uncleji for all that noise and bits of walls missing in Rudra‘s room.)
This post is now available to be put in any physical education book for 12th class.