cut shot


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cut shot

[′kət ‚shät]
(mining engineering)
A shot designed to bring down coal which has been sheared or opened on one side.
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West Indies further tightened the screw when Shah, who had batted so impressively for his 68 from 109 deliveries, played a loose cut shot to Ashley Nurse and Keemo Paul took a simple catch at point.
Left-arm spinner Sarwate (3/30) broke the stand when first-innings century-maker Shorey edged to Wadkar while trying to play a cut shot.
There was risk involved, though, and on 41 Stoneman was dropped at gully by Nick Larkin as he climbed into his favourite cut shot again off first-change Simon Milenko.
Tamim Iqbal had sliced a cut shot straight at the fielder, but Shahidi couldn't latch on to the chance.
Asked about his own plan against Indian spinners, Taylor said: " The sweep shot is something that I played a lot at the start of my career, it is also something I tried to get away from, especially in Tests, but anytime you play in the sub- continent, you have have got to be able to play sweep or a cut shot.
Jonny Bairstow went shortly afterwards after a cut shot at Sohail.
Cook has rarely been more fluent in his career, though, and soon established a lead on his partner again - leaning heavily on his favoured cut shot but also picking up boundaries with check-drives poked down the ground off both pace and spin.
Shahid finally dismissed him when Younus, who hit 11 fours and three sixes in his knock, sliced a cut shot straight to the gully fielder.
James McPake 6 Return from spell on sidelines was cut shot when he went off injured.
Kamran plays cut shot very well and any batsman who can cut the ball can survive on Australian wickets while Shoaib Malik will also be a great choice because he is playing cricket in Australia for a while" he explained.
You must realise that such an incident has happened after 52 years -- it's an accident," said Nari Contractor, the former Indian captain whose career was brutally cut shot by a bouncer during their West Indies tour of 1962.