now if you want me to show you how I make that stroke…” This conclusion which Selvon employs gives Algernon a fairly roguish characteristic, and thus the picaresque similarity.
For example, it is played during the summer in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, while in the West Indies, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh it is played mostly during the winter after the monsoon season.
Governance rests primarily with the International Cricket Council (ICC), based in Dubai, which organises the sport worldwide via the domestic controlling bodies of the member countries.
Conversely, and perhaps conveniently though, rain begins to fall, hence bringing the match to an abrupt end.
This resolution allows Algernon to save his ‘credibility’ and further taunt his English co-workers: ‘“If my bat didn’t fly out my hand”…
The rules are in the form of a code known as The Laws of Cricket  and these are maintained by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), based in London, in consultation with the ICC and the domestic boards of control.
Cricket is considered by most Indians to be the most exciting game of all.
It was six pm and the Indian and Pakistan team had stopped for their tea break. India had made a score of 338 for a loss of 6 wickets in fifty overs.
Being the manager of the stadium a was sitting on top of the pavilion in a glass box with some of the top corporates of Banglore.
The narrator introduces the story and highlights the major flaw of the protagonist, which then manifests itself as a central part of the conflict.
While the rising action begins to escalate, minor episodes relating to the conflict begin to surface, thereby enhancing the dramatic effect of the climax.