|Teams||Students Vs Lecturers|
|Opening batsmen||Students who study from the start of the semester|
|Middle order batsmen||Students who study occasionally|
|Tailenders||Students who never study till near the exams|
|Pinch hitters||Students who pass the exam with only one night's study|
|Fast bowlers||Lecturers who ask questions for which either u know the whole answer or u don't know them at all.|
|Spin bowlers||Lecturers who ask questions for which u have no clues until u starts to write.|
|Part time bowlers||Lecturers who ask questions which are normally easy to answer but at times they can be tricky and cost u r exams.|
|Play time||9am - 1pm.|
|Practice session||10pm - 1am ( the night b4 the play )|
Most of the university students play only 'one day matches.Only very few play 'test matches'. There are students who study all the semester subjects the night before the exam without sleep and end up in taking rest on the match day in 'dressing room' without playing.
There are students who have been 'absent' in the 1st and 2 nd matches. They need atleast 60 runs to keep their place in the team for the remaining matches. So, they some time bat brutlessly hitting sixes and fours and keep their place in the team or may be bowled or caught within an over and lose their place in the team. There is another group of students who study averagely.
They play every over scoring one or two runs and may even take away the 'man of the match' award to others surprise. Only very few students will be in good form all the time . They with their talents and taking the seniors experience as a guide play very well in all the matches and receive 'man of the series'award too.(similar to Sachin Tendulkar)
Sample Career Record
|Age||Total Papers||Passed in Last Attempt||Average||Highest Score||# Times Repeated Subjects|