We took to Twitter to ask you to share with us some of the best reactions to getting out you’ve ever seen. Here are a few of our highlights.
I remember the opposition opener getting out first ball of the game to a rank full toss, he was so angry that he took to chopping up his bat behind the pavilion.
I once beat a plastic boundary flag with my bat while I was walking off and I timed it so perfectly that I speared the opposition’s female scorer in the calf…
Our captain broke his new iPhone 5 by smashing it on the floor when he realised we only had eight people turning up. We were all out for 18.
I was once sawn off caught behind – I wasn’t within a yard of it and I was so angry that I flattened the stumps and shouted: “NOW I’M OUT!”
I remember we once dismissed someone who then walked straight to his car, got in with pads still on, did a burnout and drove off.
It wasn’t strictly in a dressing room, but in one of my first years of senior cricket I saw a man beat up a tree when he got out. It was a 4th XI game…
I once saw an opposition player hit himself in the head (his helmet was still on) with his bat whilst walking off.
I went to kick a box across the changing room, followed through and broke my nose. Go figure how. #cricketphysics
I smashed all the boundary markers and then threw my bat in changing room. In doing that I broke my handle and when I went outside my daughter said I was a disgrace.
I broke my foot after a narrow defeat resulted in me throwing and then punting my bat across the field. My teammates enjoyed it.
Illustrations: Joe Provis