Yes Cricket was banned in the Tudor times by King Henry the Eighth
Unfortunately not but hopefully in the near future it will be.
There is no evidence that Protestantism was ever banned officially by any of the thirteen original colonies. There are occasional examples of Catholicism being banned by the Church of England before the Revolution, but never the reverse. The colony of Maryland, which was established by Catholics, may have had some reason to ban Protestantism, or even followers who espoused the idea, but there is no evidence that it was ever done.
Canned bacon? Probably it was but it was probably broken a lot so they stopped.
The greatest fast bowler ever was Wasim Akram and if you want to know the current, it is Zaheer Khan.In the History of cricket Shoaib Akhtar from Pakistan was the fastest bowler.
He was the first English person to realise how tediously boring cricket is!
John Traicos went on to play for Zimbabwe after the South African cricket team got banned
Edward IV banned cricket in 1477, as it distracted the English Army from archery.
how do you get banned for evercould you banned someone for me at club penguin plese thank you
no it wasn't banned
Younus/Younus Khan is a Paskistani Cricket Player and used to be captain of the Pakistan National Cricket Team. In March 2010, he and a teammate were banned indefinitely, but the banned was canceled 3 months later.
Getting banned is BAD. don't ever try to get banned. If you get banned three times YOU ARE BANNED FOREVER!
South Africa has not won ICC cricket cup ever.
cricket started in England and is believed to be the first sport ever.
no way its banned for a day.
Yes England have played cricket in Scotland.