A native of China; a Chinese.
offensive terms for a person of Chinese descent
a ball bowled by a left-handed bowler to a right-handed batsman that spins from off to leg
a googly as delivered by a Left arm wrist spinner
a left-arm leg spinner and the term comes from the former West Indian player EE Achong, a left-arm spinner of Chinese origin, who bowled wrist spin as well as left-arm orthodox CricBay
left-hander's googly ( see definition of 'googly', below)....i.e., a pitch that looks as if it could break INTO a right-handed batter on the bounce, but breaks AWAY instead. So called because the first person to have delivered such a pitch was of Chinese extraction, in the West Indies
Not really oriental. This is a leg break delivered by a left handed bowler.
A ball bowled by a left-arm slow bowler that turns into the right-hand batsman, in effect a left-arm legspinner. Named after Puss Achong
A deceptive delivery from a left-arm spinner, which fools the batsman into thinking it will spin from off to leg and does the opposite. May cause him to cry: "Well I'm a Dutchman!" Possibly.
left arm unorthodox spin bowler. a ball bowled by a left arm unorthodox spin bowler with the wrist action of a leg break, producing a ball which spins from the off to the leg to a right-handed batsman. a ball bowled by a left arm unorthodox spin bowler with the wrist action of a googly, producing a ball which spins from the leg to the off to a right-handed batsman. (This definition is inconsistent with chinaman(2), but both usages occur.)