a cricket ball bowled as if to break one way that actually breaks in the opposite way.
a ball whose spin is disguised so that it is difficult for the batsman (striker) to anticipate its change of direction
a method of throwing a cricket ball with a deceptive trajectory, though perhaps she has some made-up meaning in mind, or she doesn't associate any meaning with it
(see pic above) A pitch which is thrown with baseball's "screwball" grip but reverse finger spin... to look like a leg-break (see definition) that should move across and AWAY from the batter, but actually moves in the OPPOSITE direction, i.e. INTO the batter like an off-break (see definition), after it bounces. (also see definition of "chinaman").
This is a delivery by a right arm spin bowler which to a right hand batsman appears as if it will spin from leg to off, however, spins in the opposite direction. Thanks: Steven Dear
An off spin by a leg spinner with the similar action as of leg break.
A leg spinner's prize weapon bowled out of the back of the hand. It looks like a normal leg spinner but turns towards the batsman, like an off break, rather than away from the bat.
a type of ball bowled by a leg spin bowler, which spins from off to leg to a right-handed batsman, unlike a normal leg break.