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Ways Batsmen can be given out according to cricket rules

January 10 2017 at 7:34 AM
abhishek  (Login abhik143)

 
There are variety of various ways in which a slugger will be given call at the sport of cricket. once a bowler gets a slugger out it's same that the bowler gets a “wicket”. Following are the various ways in which a slugger will be given out in line with the principles of cricket:

1. Bowled – Cricket rules state that if the ball is bowled and hits the placing slugger’s wickets the batsman is given out (as long as a minimum of one bail is removed by the ball). It doesn't matter whether or not the ball has touched the batsman’s bat, gloves, body or the other a part of the slugger. but the ball isn't allowed to own touched another player or umpire before striking the wickets.

2. Caught – Cricket rules state that if a slugger hits the ball or touches the ball in the slightest degree along with his bat or hand/glove holding the bat then the slugger will be caught out. this can be done by the fielders, wicket keeper or bowler catching the ball on the complete (before it bounces). If this can be done then cricket rules state the slugger is out.

3. Leg Before Wicket (LBW) – If the ball is bowled associate degreed it hits the slugger initial while not the bat striking it then an LBW call is feasible. but for the umpire to present this out he should initial inspect a number of the factors expressed within the cricket rules. the primary factor the umpire have to be compelled to decide is would the ball have hit the wickets if the slugger wasn't there. If his answer to the present is affirmative and therefore the ball wasn't pitched on the leg aspect of the wicket he will safely provide the slugger out. but if the ball hits the slugger outside the road of off stump whereas he was trying to play a stroke then he's not out.

4. Stumped – A slugger will be given out in line with cricket rules once the wicketkeeper puts down his wicket whereas he's out of his crease and not trying a run (if he's trying a run it might be a runout).

5. Run Out - Cricket rules state that a slugger is out if no a part of his bat or body is grounded behind the sound crease whereas the ball is live and therefore the wicket is fairly place down by the fielding aspect.

6. Hit Wicket – Cricket rules specify that if a slugger hits his wicket down along with his bat or body when the bowler has entered his delivery stried and therefore the ball is live then he's out. The placing slugger is additionally out if he hits his wicket down whereas setting off for his initial run.
Handled The Ball – Cricket rules enable the slugger to incline out if he volitionally handles the ball with the hand that's not touching the bat while not the consent of the opposition.

7. Timed Out – Associate degree incoming slugger should be able to face a ball or be at the non strikers finish along with his partner inside 3 minutes of the outgoing slugger being laid-off. If {this is|this is often|this will be} not done the incoming slugger can be given out.

8. Hit The Ball doubly – Cricket rules state that if a slugger hits a ball doubly apart from for the aim of protective his wicket or with consent from the opposition he's out.

9. Obstructing the sphere – A slugger is out if he volitionally obstructs the opposition by word or action.

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Re: Ways Batsmen can be given out according to cricket rules

January 10 2017, 8:24 AM 

Where's Handled The Ball where a slugger uses his hand to stop the ball hitting the wickets etc

 
 

Dave Morton
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Re: Ways Batsmen can be given out according to cricket rules

January 10 2017, 11:32 AM 

It's in rule 6, dpressed, along with Hit Wicket; anyone can see that. With your eyesight you can't possibly be a slugger.

I would like to think the original is an amusing spoof - brilliant if it is! - but I fear it may not be, which makes it even more brilliant if it actually is. It is also quite accurate, terminology apart.

There were howls of protest at Old Trafford, when the batsman was labelled 'batter' on the new scoreboard. 'Slugger' adds a whole new dimension.

 
 

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Re: Ways Batsmen can be given out according to cricket rules

January 10 2017, 12:27 PM 

I should have gone to specsavers. Lol

In my defense Handled Ball should be number 7

 
 
Roundhegian
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Re: Ways Batsmen can be given out according to cricket rules

January 10 2017, 12:53 PM 

OK, I'd like to know which language this has been re-translated from.
My guess is Japanese.

 
 
JollyD
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Ways batsmen can be given out according to cricket rules

January 10 2017, 2:53 PM 

Is there not also "retired out" ?

 
 
spanishnick
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Re: Ways batsmen can be given out according to cricket rules

January 10 2017, 3:00 PM 

What about "Abdicate"- as Agnew freely admits when he was facing Michael Holding.

 
 
 
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