Maiden Over is the over in which no run is given by the bowler to the batsman. There may be extra runs like leg by and by runs etc.
maiden wicket or wicket maiden
Maiden over means no runs off the bat from the batsman and the over does not have a single No ball nor wide ball. Suhas Sapre (Baroda 10/08/2012)
A batter (or batsman) is not timed, as far as I know, in test cricket. It may be different in some of the other versions. If the batsman hits the ball without it being caught or running to score a run he will not be the batsman at the end of the over (six balls). His colleague will be the batsman for an over and then it will be his turn again.
The most runs that a batsman can score in one shot is six, achieved by hitting the ball over the boundary without making contact with the ground.
To hit a six, the batsman must hit the cricket ball over the boundry rope without the ball touching the ground.
Cricket ,a Maiden refers to a bowler , bowling usually 6 times (an Over) without conceding a run , a Batsman is said to be out for a Duck when he is Bowled out for no runs.
A maiden over is one in which no runs are scored
A maiden over in cricket is defined as one in which no runs are scored.
Ok you've got this wrong. There are 6 balls in an over, each ball that doesn't have a run scored off it is called a dot ball, this is because it goes down in the score book as a dot. If the are no runs score off the entire over then it is called a maiden.