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- n. Alternative form of in-swinger.
“And when, at the Randwick end, Graeme Swann conceded the crease to Chris Tremlett, the giant thundered in to rip out Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson with successive deliveries, a brutal bouncer followed by a wicked inswinger.”
“He's out LBW to an inswinger, as if he was still rubbing the sleep from his eyes and easing into his day.”
“The problem is that he's either starting the inswinger too much on leg stump or the outswinger is doing well too much.”
“But Harmison made ample amends for that brainstorm, although it was the former Yorkshire seamer Mitch Claydon who did the early damage, bowling Jacques Rudolph with a perfect inswinger.”
“Rees duly departed, but it was Murtagh who snared him, dismissing him with an inswinger that saw the opener push forward and lob a catch to Scott Newman at short leg to leave Glamorgan 8-2 and feeling anything but champion.”
“McGrath, who has a long-standing thumb problem but who has passed himself fit, survived a strong lbw appeal early in his innings from Neil Carter after an inswinger struck him in front.”
“The first ball of the afternoon session was a perfect, snappy late inswinger, seam-perfect, that castled Steve Smith.”
“Strauss then gets a late inside-edge on a very good, full inswinger before crunching another boundary through midwicket.”
“Eduardo charges off his line to pluck his inswinger from the air.”
“England felt they had broken through twice, once when Mr. Katich fell across an inswinger from Mr. Anderson, only for the DRS to post an immediate rebuke to umpire Billy Doctrove, and once when Mr. Strauss called for a review unsuccessfully for a leg-before against Mr. Watson.”
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