From William Wall‘s short story What Slim Boy, O Pyrrha, which won the 2003 Sean O’Faolain short story award and can be found in his great story collection No Paradiso:
The villagers have come to the house of the rich man – the lord? – for their annual cricket match against the tenants. They linger in the edge of memory, in white, doing very little for long periods and then rushing about in inexplicable patterns. The whirling arm, the swing of the bat – pock.