I know the sentence probably doesn't make sense to you so I would explain in a bit more detail but not in my words but in the words of my cricket coach.
"Cricket is a game in which you have two sides, one out on the field, and the other in.
Each match has two teams consisting of eleven players each.
Cricket is a fine open-air exercise and also a good mental discipline for it trains the judgment and promotes good fellowship.
Our coach says that I can become a good spin bowler.
I work hard at my game and hope to play for my country some day.
I am very fond of sports and games, but the game I like most is cricket.
This game first started in England and later spread to other countries such as Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, West Indies etc.
There are two wickets, places twenty-two yards apart, each consisting of three short posts called stumps stuck upright in the ground and surmounted by two small wooden pegs called ‘bails’.
The players consist of batsmen, bowler and fielders. The bowler delivers the ball from one wicket to the batsman stationed at the opposite wicket.