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    Bowling side - no ball

    We were playing match with local team last Saturday and umpire gave no ball (not a professional umpire) because the bowler did not say from which side he is going to bowl. It was his fist over and I argue that umpire has to ask from which side bowler is going to ball and then tell the batsman. Just want to know whats the rule?

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    Not 100% on the rule but I've definitely been no-balled for this before. Only the once mind you, have made sure it never happens again.
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    As per laws of cricket, your umpire was right.

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    As far as i know bowler has to let the umpire know else ump. may call a no ball.
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