1D - An umpire
Harold (“Dickie”) Bird, born in Yorkshire in 1933, had a long and successful umpiring career in domestic and international cricket.
2C -Five days
Considered by many to be the highest level of cricket competition, Test matches are played between the 10 official Test nations. A Test match is scheduled for five days, with three sessions of two hours interspersed with a 40-minute break for lunch and 20-minute break for afternoon tea per day.
3A - The Ashes
The Ashes series gets its name from an epitaph that was published in 1882 announcing the death of English cricket after the team’s first defeat by Australia in England.
It is generally believed that in February 1774 the very first official laws of cricket were drawn up and adopted throughout England.
5D- A jaffa
The term is thought to originate from the candy of the same name, which is a small orange-colored chocolate-filled ball.
6D- The batsman has scored six runs
When the umpire raises both arms straight above his head, it means the batsman has scored six runs.
West Indies is the only country that won the ICC T20 World Cup twice (2012 & 2016)
8A- Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is also the first team to have played in three T20 World Cup finals. It has won just one T20 WC in 2014 beating India.
The inaugural 2007 World Twenty20, was staged in South Africa, and won by India, who defeated Pakistan in the final at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.
10-B Brett Lee
The first Twenty20 hat-trick was taken by Brett Lee of Australia, playing against Bangladesh in Cape Town on September 2007
11D-Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene
Sri Lankan legends Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara had a humongous partnership of 166 runs for the second wicket at Bridgetown against West Indies in 2010.
12C- Shahid Afridi
Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi is the highest wicket-taker in the T20 WC with 39 wickets taken in just 34 matches.