Another casualty of Yahoo's decision to stop allowing the moving of questions. A question that is in the wrong category now can ONLY be moved by the person that asked it, and most askers don't realize their question is in the wrong category.
There is no category under Sports for bowling. It must go under 'Other Sports'. So, when the question was asked, Yahoo, for whatever reason, slotted it into Cricket. In cricket, bowling is not a sport, it is a position.
A little research would have told which sport was being asked about. Cricketers earn far more money, on average (outside of the third world countries that participate, their organizations just don't earn the same money to pay the players), than bowlers of the Professional Bowlers Association tour. Within the sport of cricket, some batsmen never bowl, but all bowlers are called to bat at some time, and some bat in every match. Just England's top bowlers earn well over $1 million in US dollars.
So far in 2019, only seven PBA members have cracked the $100k mark. Top prizes per major tournaments (3 so far) were $50k, $50k and $60k, and the average Tour top prize is about $20k.
Compare that to golf where the majors pay an average of $2 million to the winner and even the lower-tier tournaments pay an average of $1 million to the winner.
In the US, bowling has faded rapidly in public interest and more importantly, corporate sponsorship and TV money for broadcasting rights. There just isn't the money in the sport.