A no-ball is a no-ball... If you mean what are the different infringements to cause the umpire to call, the main offender (and all medium and quick bowlers do this at some point) is overstepping the crease in the delivery stride.
You could also be no-balled for failing to keep the delivery arm straight (aka 'chucking'), and in limited over forms of the game for Bowling persistently short-pitched deliveries that pass the batsman above shoulder height. Bowling when the umpire has called you to abort the delivery, will also have the same result.
There r two different types
My balls r to perfect to be ripped
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there r many types man wicked
Arthur E. R. Gilligan has written: 'Sussex cricket' -- subject(s): Sussex County Cricket Club
a difficult one as so many to chose from... but probably R. Ponting Esq.
BB is Base on Balls (walk) and R is Run.
there r 16th types of plc ok
ppl cry hawzat " HOW IS THAT" in cricket this means they r appealing to the umpire ( official ) whether or not that the batsman i out
There r seven secondary motives