watch close enough to know where, but apparently, they wait until the tide
has just gone out, set up the wicket, and then commence play among little
pools of water on the beach. It seems to be a bit less formal, though
they are all still wearing all white clothing. (which soon is transparent
from all that water shudder)
What I want to know is: How many runs is it worth when the ball is carried
away by the surf?