A short-pitched, easily hit ball.‘he fascinated spectators by bowling slow full tosses and deliberate long-hops’
- ‘Yardy finally attempted one big hit too far and slapped a long hop to Ashraful at midwicket.’
- ‘Owens followed shortly after for 39, pulling a rank long hop into the hands of square leg, and Rob Walker also fell before the total was reached.’
- ‘The bowlers were instructed to bowl a series of slow long hops and full tosses, these aided by the fielders' feet across the boundary line.’
- ‘During the first innings, suffering from dizziness, he bowled surely his worst-ever spell, sending down a trail of long hops before admitting defeat and returning to his bed.’
- ‘While many of the spectators were still finishing their teas, Spen got off to a disastrous start when overseas player Dhruv Mohan pulled a first-ball Siddiq long hop straight to square leg.’
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