Half-tracker meaning

(cricket) A ball bowled so as to pitch roughly half way down the wicket, ie. half-way between batsman and bowler. (From a slow bowler this is a poor delivery, likely to be hit to the boundary.)

2004: We'd got ourselves into a great position, and if I'd hit that half-tracker for six, we would've won the game. — Darren Lehmann.

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