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Laws of Cricket - Quiz Nine

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This quiz is one a series of quizzes based on the changes to Laws introduced in October 2013

1.The striker hits the ball which is the last one in the over and it rolls towards his wicket. He kicks the ball away to guard his wicket and the batsmen start to run. After they have crossed on their first run, a fielder throws the ball at the bowler's end wicket but he misses and the batsman makes good his ground. What should the bowler's end umpire do?
(Select one answer)

a) Disallow the completed run
b) Call and signal Dead ball
c) Give the striker out, Hit the ball twice
d) Do nothing

2. The striker is ready to receive the ball and all the fielders are in their positions. The bowler bowls three practice deliveries to the mid-off fielder who catches them on the full. What should the bowler's end umpire do?
(Select one answer)

a) Instruct the bowler to stop because he is wasting time
b) Instruct the bowler to stop because he is changing the condition of the ball
c) Do nothing

3. An injured striker has a runner and the bowler delivers a No ball which the striker misses. He is standing out of his ground and the runner is in his ground when the wicket-keeper removes the bails. There is an appeal. What should the striker's end umpire do?
(Select one answer)
a) Call Not out
b) Give the striker out, Run out
c) Give the striker out, Stumped

4. The bowler, during his delivery stride, accidentally removes a bail from the wicket with his knee. The striker is Bowled by the delivery. What should the bowler's end umpire do?
(Select one answer)
a) Call and signal Dead ball
b) Indicate that the striker is out, Bowled
c) Call and signal No ball

5. During a delay when the sight-screen is being moved, the bowler attempts a trial run-up and then runs on the protected area. What should the bowler's end umpire do?
(Select one answer)
a) Do nothing
b) Caution the bowler