Originally posted by FMF One or more of the batsmen may have been bowled first ball off a no ball and then got out - not bowled - later, after scoring however many runs.
Debatable. From the laws of cricket, I cannot immediately tell whether you are 'bowled' if it is a no ball. It does say that you cannot be out 'bowled' on a no ball which suggests that possibly you can be 'bowled' and not out, and 'bowled' and out.
So I will give you a point, grudgingly.
I still have two other scenarios, which do not involve such shenanigans.
Originally posted by FMF Mindful of Mat Prior's series-saving ton in Auckland, when you say they were "bowled", did the bails actually come off in each case?
The term bowled, in the laws of cricket, talks about the wicket being 'put down'. I think if the wicket remains intact, you are not only not out, but you would not have been bowled either (even allowing for the idea that you can be bowled and not out, as per the no ball suggestion).
Originally posted by FMF I don't have the same fond regard for the 1950s as you appear to have, old chap.
Rachael Louise Haynes (born 26 December 1986) is a female Australian cricketer. Predominantly a batsman, she is a member of the Australian team. Haynes plays for Victoria in the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL).
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