Charles Bannerman of the Australia scored the 'first run' of the first 'Cricket Test Match' against the England's bowler Alfred Shaw.
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It is called "Extras" - The category of runs scored by the batting team without effort from their side i.e., without hitting the ball with the bat and scoring. No balls, leg byes, byes are also extras.
Charles Bennerman, the opener batsman of Australia scored the first run of the First Cricket Test Match held between England and Australia in the year 1877 at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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It means no run was scored from a particular delivery.The term originates from cricket scoring notation, where instead of a number when runs are scored, a small dot would be written instead to indicate that delivery resulted in no run.
The batsmen can only can cross after an over and can't cross without a run is scored or not getting out.
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