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Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
What sort of fielder are you?
Would Jonty want fielding lessons from you? Find out
Your favourite fielding posture:
Hands on the hips
Hands in front, poised for action,
If you had been in Jonty's place in the 1992 World Cup Inzamam run-out, you'd have:
Probably done the same
Gone around the stumps to avoid getting tackled by a charging Inzy
Somersaulted to the stumps
Your favourite fielding position:
Wherever Ganguly stood
Anywhere around the bat where I can intimidate the batsman
At the time of delivery, what do you do?
Let out a blood-curdling scream
Slowly walk ahead, keeping my eye on the batsman
Say a little prayer
When a high catch comes towards you, what do you do?
Climb on the chest of the closest fielder, and leap into the air to take the catch, using the momentum I get from kicking off against him
Judge where the ball will land, get under it and take the catch
Let the other fielder take it. Glory comes to the generous, no?
What must you keep in mind when sliding to stop a ball?
The Tai Chi principle: "The soft and the pliable will defeat the hard and strong"
Don't end up sitting on it. Bloody painful
How do you warm up?
With stretches, jogging and catching practice
By watching the ball when others throw it around. Sharpens the eyesight
By reading Sun Tzu's
The Art of War
What is the most important attribute a fielder must possess?
Lots of luck
Complete obedience to the cause
Your opinion of Herschelle Gibbs' dropping of the 1999 World Cup?
He must be executed
He was an idiot
If you drop a catch, you:
Make up by adding three hours to practice
Must be executed
Smooth the tuft of grass I tripped over
If rival fans sledge you while you field at the boundary, you will:
Memorise their faces and take them out one by one after the game
Engage them in some banter so that we all have a good time
Tell the captain to excuse you from the field to deal with the psychological barbs
When the captain signals a field change, you:
Run to your assigned position, cheering and encouraging the rest all the way
Shuffle around for a bit and return to where you were standing
Bow to him and promise to guard your new position with your life
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