I'm not sure if you mean "Baseball" when you say "rounders," but if you are, nothing happens if the batter drops the bat in baseball.
by being stomped out when he/she is in the middle of a post or
when she hits the ball and a fielder catches it without bouncing !
you can only run to first base after it back over the line
They go homeplate
It means you are instantly out
It doesn't matter if you do
The catcher, and behind the catcher is the Umpire.
A backward hit in rounders is when the batter hits the ball backwards and it goes behind the batting section. The batter can take the first post when this happens but can not go further until the ball is back in play.
Yes, by means of run out only! If the bowler hits the wicket at the non-strikers end before he actually bowls the ball then it is not given out!
A donkey drop in rounders is when the bowler bowls the ball high in the air, the ball then drops just as it gets to the batter. This encourages the batter to hit the ball up meaning the fielding team are more likely to get a catch. Hope this helps
it starts with 15 players on a pitch one peron is in the bowlers square and one in the batters, 4 fielders must be on the bases,and one behind the batter called a back stop, then the bowler throws the ball and the batter hits it
If a batter hits a ball fair or foul while either foot is touching the ground completely outside the lines of the batter's box or while touching the plate. The ball becomes dead immediately. The batter is out.
They must run to first base and wait for the ball to return over the line. Accident or not! :(
Certain penalties will be incurred depending on which rules are broken.
donkey is when you bowler bowls the ball high in the air and the ball just drops as it gets to the batter the batter has no choice but to hit it up making it easier for the fielders to catch the ball. glad to help hehehehe
In rounders (a similar ball game to baseball) the ways a batter may 'get out'are 1) a direct catch. 2) if base is tagged before reaching it. 3) for not dropping the bat before running to base.