Batsman is declared as not out
What does the umpire do when a batsman hits the ball to the boundary
5 runs are scored if the batsman hits the ball and the wicketkeeper misses the ball
Yaa, if someone takes a catch then the batsman is out definitely.
If the bowler does a no ball and that is counted as 1 run. The if the batsman hits that no ball for a four, the that is 5 runs from 1 ball
it is the striking batsman who ran
This rule is fairly complex, a basic overview of the rule is provided below: - The ball hits the batsman in front of the stumps before hitting his/her bat and in the opinion of the umpire, if it had not been blocked by the batsman's body, would have gone on to hit the batsman's stumps. - In practice there are a number of subtleties to the rule, for example: * If the ball hits the batsman outside the line of the off stump and the batsman was playing a genuine shot (but missed the ball), then he cannot be given out. * If the ball pitches outside the line of the leg stump, the batsman can never be given out, even if he does not play a shot. More information about cricket can be found here: http://www.answers.com/topic/cricket-4
Yes. It's Hit Wicket.
Yes, if the ball hits a glove.
when a ball hits batsman's leg under the knee it is called as leg ball wicket