A cricket bowling machine is a mechanical device used by cricket players to practice their batting skills. It simulates the delivery of a ball by a bowler, and can be adjusted to deliver balls at different speeds, angles, and trajectories. The machine typically consists of a feeding mechanism, a motor, and a control panel, which allows the user to adjust the settings. Cricket bowling machines are commonly used by professional and amateur cricketers to improve their batting technique and to simulate different game scenarios.

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