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- n. Plural form of sightscreen.
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The press reported on January 21 that grounds all over the country had slogans painted on walls, sightscreens, scoreboards and pitches.
The tournament was jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand and had all the trappings of a modern event -- coloured clothing, floodlights, white balls and black sightscreens.
Last year the England and Wales Cricket Board said it would trial the use of illuminated sightscreens to see it they improved matters, but as yet nothing has been done.
Club bags, cups and trophies, non-turf pitches, netting and poles, sightscreens and pitch covers, bowling machinery
In one-day and Twenty20 cricket, a white ball is used which contrasts well against the coloured clothing, sightscreens and the night sky.
The outfield is as rough as could be, a foot high in grass now as it's exam time, with corrugated iron for sightscreens.
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