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    Return crease NO BALL

    if i m a right handed bowler and my front foot touch the return crease ,will it be a no ball ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by vineethar View Post
    if i m a right handed bowler and my front foot touch the return crease ,will it be a no ball ??


    What a 1st post.

    I think it would be a legitimate delivery.

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    It would be legal.

    The return crease no ball only applies to the back foot, which cannot touch that line (it can be over it and raised).

    I know a SLA bowler whose front foot lands outside the return crease when he bowls round the wicket. As his back foot doesn't transgress the delivery is legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vineethar View Post
    if i m a right handed bowler and my front foot touch the return crease ,will it be a no ball ??
    No but why will you bowl such a delivery?
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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    No but why will you bowl such a delivery?
    To increase the angle into the right-handed batsman and accentuate any movement away.
    do you think people will be allowed to make violins?
    who's going to make the violins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spark View Post
    To increase the angle into the right-handed batsman and accentuate any movement away.
    It will have to be an awkward action. He has to have an action like Andre Nel while bowling over-the-wicket and like a right-handed version of Sohail Tanvir while bowling round-the-wicket. I wouldn't suggest such actions to anyone.

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    LO cricket does have a lot of bowlers bowling the occasional wide of the crease delivery more so if they were to accidentally come too wide it's somewhat of a chance
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