thick-edge

Definition

Cricket

  • verb to hit the ball, either deliberately or accidentally, so that it makes fairly good contact with the edge of the bat (rather than being finely ‘snicked’), and is therefore deflected at a considerable angle
    Citation ‘I remember one over from Willis in which Wood thick-edged him between third slip and gully to the boundary’ (Brearley 1982)
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