Roswell students spend their free time playing for their cricket league

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Roswell students spend their free time playing for their cricket league

The above image is an example of a cricket ball; however, “The Three Musketeers” use a tennis ball. Photo Credit: Creative Commons

The above image is an example of a cricket ball; however, “The Three Musketeers” use a tennis ball. Photo Credit: Creative Commons

The above image is an example of a cricket ball; however, “The Three Musketeers” use a tennis ball. Photo Credit: Creative Commons

The above image is an example of a cricket ball; however, “The Three Musketeers” use a tennis ball. Photo Credit: Creative Commons

Ansley Tanner, Staff Writer

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Sophomores Abhi Tayal and Gautam Vedula and junior Rajath Prabhakar, who attend Roswell High School and live in the same neighborhood, pass their time on Wednesdays and Saturdays by playing cricket. They call themselves “The Three Musketeers.” These boys set aside their differences and join together to spend sunny afternoons enjoying this sport. During this sport, players take their bats and hit tennis balls and run back and forth along the crease. Each team has a certain number of overs before the inning is over. However, “The Three Musketeers” do not have enough players to make a whole team, so they casually hit around the ball. The players agree that this sport is a good way to be competitive and release the stress of school.