Origin of cover point
Examples from the Web for cover point
Historical Examples of cover point
Cover-point: the person who stops a ball or the act of stopping it.Tom Brown at Rugby
Then the cover-point hitter, that cunning man, goes on to bowl slow twisters.Tom Brown's School Days
Cover-point was the doctor, and probably the safest man in the whole field to whom to send a catch.
Twelve runs had been scored in the first five balls; there had been a possible run out; a catch had been missed at cover-point.
The Hammond cover-point checked his stick and secured the disk, shooting it down the rink.The Crimson Sweater
Ralph Henry Barbour
- a fielding position in the covers
- a fielder in this position