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A batsman cannot be out on a no-ball if they are clean bowled, lbw, caught, stumped or hit wicket. Any other way is still out.

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Q: If a no ball hits the stumps in cricket is it out?
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What is lbw rule in cricket?

If the ball hits the batsman's pad (on his leg) and is "hitting" the stumps (so if the batsman wasn't there, it would hit the stumps) then it is out.


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What is the difference between kwik cricket and cricket?

Kwik Cricket is played up to the age of 12 Cricket is played from age 12 Kwik Cricket uses a soft ball and plastic bats and stumps Cricket uses a rock hard ball and wooden stumps and bat Kwik Cricket is for gays Cricket is for people who like a cheeky finger


Where did cricket originate?

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