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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    Once again, let your Uncle Eddie sort it out

    Law 23 (Dead ball)
    1. Ball is dead
    (a) The ball becomes dead when
    (i) it is finally settled in the hands of the wicket-keeper or the bowler.
    (ii) a boundary is scored. See Law 19.3 (Scoring a boundary).
    (iii) a batsman is dismissed.
    (iv) whether played or not it becomes trapped between the bat and person of a batsman or between items of his clothing or equipment.
    (v) whether played or not it lodges in the clothing or equipment of a batsman or the clothing of an umpire.
    (vi) it lodges in a protective helmet worn by a member of the fielding side.
    (vii) there is a contravention of either of Laws 41.2 (Fielding the ball) or 41.3 (Protective helmets belonging to the fielding side).
    (viii) there is an award of penalty runs under Law 2.6 (Player returning without permission).
    (ix) Lost ball is called. See Law 20 (Lost ball).
    (x) the umpire calls Over or Time.

    (b) The ball shall be considered to be dead when it is clear to the umpire at the bowler's end that the fielding side and both batsmen at the wicket have ceased to regard it as in play.



    See point (v)

    Quite right law 36 b refers to the fact that the ball becomes lodged in the keepers pads. Which is a lawful dismissal

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    Got given out LBW for padding up to a spinner pitching outside leg ... not happy Jan

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    Also, could never hit mulligrubbers in Under 8s ... got bowled quite a few times

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    I think Warney's kicking the stumps over at Edgbaston 2005 was pretty strange
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    What about Kasper walking into that bouncer ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    I think Warney's kicking the stumps over at Edgbaston 2005 was pretty strange
    Wonder if a few extra zero's got added to his bank balance right after that...

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    Ha!
    Or something.

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    Mark Waugh knocking the stumps over with his bat against South Africa at Sydney I think. Wait that was given not out should be in a wierdest decisions thread I suppose. Still don't know how the umps could give that not out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalky
    Mark Waugh knocking the stumps over with his bat against South Africa at Sydney I think. Wait that was given not out should be in a wierdest decisions thread I suppose. Still don't know how the umps could give that not out.
    I believe that by the rules (at the time,anyways) it was technically not out, as you could only be given out hit wicket during the playing of a shot, or running between wickets, and he was doing neither - from memory, he'd been hit by a ball and was walking out towards square leg. Still mighty fortunate, mind you, but one of those ones where either way it's probably a fair enough call.

    EDIT: Pretty sure it was in Adelaide, too - not Sydney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    I believe that by the rules (at the time,anyways) it was technically not out, as you could only be given out hit wicket during the playing of a shot, or running between wickets, and he was doing neither - from memory, he'd been hit by a ball and was walking out towards square leg. Still mighty fortunate, mind you, but one of those ones where either way it's probably a fair enough call.

    EDIT: Pretty sure it was in Adelaide, too - not Sydney.
    After the ball had hit him about 10 seonds later he knocked the stumps down for no apparent reason. One wonders whether a certain bookmaker had waugh to "accidently" get out hit wicket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Ponting
    After the ball had hit him about 10 seonds later he knocked the stumps down for no apparent reason. One wonders whether a certain bookmaker had waugh to "accidently" get out hit wicket.
    Warney and M.Waugh.. Am I sensing some kind of pattern here?

    Who knows?

    It would be pretty interesting to speculate which moments of cricket history were fixed. I'm sure quite a few exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Ponting
    After the ball had hit him about 10 seonds later he knocked the stumps down for no apparent reason. One wonders whether a certain bookmaker had waugh to "accidently" get out hit wicket.
    My vague memories are, a bouncer from Pollock hit Waugh on the shoulder, then a few seconds later ihe knocks over the stumps. Didn't Waugh claim it was because his shoulder went numb? Also remember Greig & Lawrie really going at it the commentry box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalky
    Greig & Lawrie really going at it
    Too good not too quote.. It's a keeper..

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    Quote Originally Posted by shounak
    Warney and M.Waugh.. Am I sensing some kind of pattern here?

    Who knows?

    It would be pretty interesting to speculate which moments of cricket history were fixed. I'm sure quite a few exist.

    Care to explain your speculation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Ponting
    Care to explain your speculation?
    Two players with open links to match fixers.

    But it is just what you say it is, speculation.

    Edit: Two players with financial ties to bookmakers. My bad.
    Last edited by Shounak; 07-08-2005 at 08:09 AM.

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