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Thread: can u get stumped on a no ball ?

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    can u get stumped on a no ball ?

    i think yes but just to make sure
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    No you can't.

    You can get run out though
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    I remember there was a similar thread a while back, the answer is no. If you want to know why refer to the ICC rules.

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    It's pretty simple. You can not get out to a noball delivery. You can get run out though, because a run is an action taken separate to that of the ball. Thus, you can get out after the fact.
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    For obvious practical reasons run-out has to applicable whether the delivery is legal or illegal!

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    No. You can, however, be stumped off a wide.
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    what about hit wicket? i'm pretty sure it's no

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    once it is a no ball, you can only be dismissed through a run out.
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    Or obstructing the field.
    Or something.

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    or handling the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger
    or handling the ball.
    or abusing the umpire's mum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C_C
    or abusing the umpire's mum.
    lol or abusing the umpire full stop i imagine, what happens if you throw ur bat at him ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger
    lol or abusing the umpire full stop i imagine, what happens if you throw ur bat at him ?
    Good question actually. As far as I know you cannot simply be dismissed by the umpire for inappropriate behaviour, so if you were to say physically attack the umpire it is hard to imagine what would happen. And in fact this is not entirely out of the realms of possibility, many other sports have had incidents where the umpire is attacked by a player, and while some of them such as football can see a player sent off, in cricket I don't believe you can be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    Good question actually. As far as I know you cannot simply be dismissed by the umpire for inappropriate behaviour, so if you were to say physically attack the umpire it is hard to imagine what would happen. And in fact this is not entirely out of the realms of possibility, many other sports have had incidents where the umpire is attacked by a player, and while some of them such as football can see a player sent off, in cricket I don't believe you can be.
    hmm intresting, maybe nothing would happen in the match itself, although i rather expet after it had come to a close you would be fined all of your match fee and more, and then banned for life i expect, something harsh as a punishment no doubt

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    i think if the umpire raises his finger, the batsman is out. Period. Thats how the rule stands of today...i've seen one instance (mid 90s..involving IND and NZ i think...not sure) where nobody appealed..everyone held their head in a 'hooooo close' sorta fashion but the umpire raises his finger and the batsman goes.

    And i am pretty sure if you compared his mum to mata hari (for eg), yer gonna get the finger to go up.

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