none. a batsman cannot and shouldn't be given out on a no ball.Only if run out.
a batsman can score any number of runs by running.
12 runs No ball 6 + ball played for bowling no ball again 6
Your question is a bit confusing. If i think what your tryin to ask is"How many batsmen can get out in one ball?" Only one batsman can get out in one ball.
A diamond duck is actually for a batsman who gets out without facing a ball, mainly run out. A batsman dismissed on the first ball of the match is out for a platinum duck.
because the batsman can't cheat by running to many runs as possible
If the ball is hit over the boundary on the full, 6 runs are awarded to the batsman.
Australian batsman Don Bradman captained Australia on 24 occasions in Test matches, scoring a second-ball duck in his second innings as captain.
win by 1 wicket???
In cricket, the batsman can score any number of runs, depending on how well they hit the ball. However, many times they manage to run across the pitch and touch the ground at the end before the fielder knocks off the bail, is the amount of runs they score.
1.bowled 2.caught 3.run out 4.l.b.w. 5.stumped 6.handle the ball 7.if a batsman is out and new batsman do not come in 3 minutes then he is out 8.hit the ball twice 9.hit wicket
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.