Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

Can you be a wicketkeeper?

It's a specialised position, requiring agility and an annoying personality

1. In class you were:

2. If someone gave you a baseball mitt, you would:

3. Callused hands are:

4. What's your pep quotient like?

5. Sledging batsmen is:

6. Dropped catches are:

7. What do you do if a batsman doesn't walk?

8. What is the secret to a good stumping?

9. What's your view on excessive appealing?

10. Does the idea of first slip diving to take a keeper's catch offend your sensibilities?

11. What is the wicketkeeper's role in the team?

12. How important is it for a keeper to be a good batsman?

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