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    Anyone been taken out of the attack for 3 no balls?

    As you know if you bowl 3 no balls above the waist in an innings you cant bowl for the remainder of the innings.

    Anyone bowled 3 no balls and had to have someone else finish their over? lol

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    Yeah pretty sure Tino Best or someone from the West Indies did against England a couple years back.
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    Jerome Taylor was removed from the Windies attack v Sri Lanka in the 2nd test only a couple of months back for a second beamer, actually. 99% sure it's only two needed with attempted slower balls exempted.
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    Colin Stuart also got removed IIRC (well I believe it was Stuart anyway).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Colin Stuart also got removed IIRC (well I believe it was Stuart anyway).
    Yep, in Sri Lanka in 2001/02. Right at the very, very start of the game too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Waqar Younis 2003 World Cup right?
    Yep, that too. Though the fact it was at Symonds means I can forgive him a little.

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    James Franklin playing for Glamorgan a few years ago I recall. Someone else had to bowl the 1 ball left in the over and it got hit for 6, leaving him with an economy rate of 36.

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    Sidebottom's economy-rate of 66 in 2001 was even better TBH.

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    A mate in a 2nd XI game got taken out of the attack in the first over of the opposition's second innings for a couple of beamers in his first over.

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    As I mentioned in the "your season" thread, I opened a match (first and second balls of the first-innings) earlier this year with 2 head-high Beamers - then got the batsman lbw with the first legit ball. Found-out later on he was an ex-England Schools batsman, and the rest of their side wasn't all that good either.

    Still felt far less pleased with the wicket than I normally would, mind. Just cheapens everything, excessive Beamers, even though you know they weren't intentional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Yep, that too. Though the fact it was at Symonds means I can forgive him a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bond21 View Post
    As you know if you bowl 3 no balls above the waist in an innings you cant bowl for the remainder of the innings.

    Anyone bowled 3 no balls and had to have someone else finish their over? lol
    a second no ball of this kind and u r taken off the attack not 3rd rite ?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Sidebottom's economy-rate of 66 in 2001 was even better TBH.
    How is that possible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    How is that possible?
    At a guess, noball hit for 4 and next ball being hit for 6 and then stop bowling.

    1 legal ball for 11 runs = econ of 66
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