In any form of cricket, the first example of a dismissal by Obstructing the Field was recorded on August 27, 1792, in a game between Sheffield Cricket Club and Bents Green. The game is notable as the first match to have been fully recorded to have taken place in Yorkshire.
The only man to be given this mode of dismissal in Test cricket is Len Hutton, while in One Day Internationals, Pakistan's Rameez Raja and India's Mohinder Armanath have also been given this dismissal.
The most recent batsman to have been given this method of being out is Inzamam-ul-Haq, who, when defending a ball from hitting the wicket off the throw of Suresh Raina, put his bat out to block the stumps at the striker's end.
10.runout, bowled, caught, stumped, lbw, played on, handling the ball, obstructing the field, time up,
You can't be stumped off a no-ball, but you can be run out, be out obstructing the field, handled the ball, and hit the ball twice. A batsman can be stumped if he steps out of the crease to take a ball, misses it, and the wicket keeper catches it and removes the bails of the wicket before the batsman or his bat re-enters the crease exception is no bAll.
lbw catch stumped run out hit wicket handling the ball obstructing the field timed out (failing to reach crease in 3 minutes!) double hit bowled retired hurt
henrry witten was the first batsman of world
Let's have a count up : Bowled; Run out; Caught; Hit wicket; LBW; Stumped; Hit the ball twice; Handled ball; Timed out; is there 1 more I can't think of ? Yes: Obstructing the field ! 10 is the Answer.
You give the name of a first batsman the title 'OPENER' as this person opens the batting.
At behind stump.
the world batsman is ahahid afridi