Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

What sort of cheerleader do you want to see in cricket?

It seems they weren't happy with the cheerleaders in the World Twenty20. What would you like?

1. When a six is hit, they should:

2. When a wickets falls, they should:

3. What should they do to entertain the crowd when the match slows down?

4. What should they do to warm up the crowd before the game?

5. How should they entertain spectators during rain delays?

6. What should they wear?

7. Do you think they distract from the game?

8. Do you want to see them do stunts?

9. How well should they know the game?

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