Laws of Cricket - Quiz 10

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1.Just as the striker is about to play a delivery from a spin bowler, the wicket-keeper sneezes loudly. The batter is bowled. What is your decision?
(Select one answer)

a) Give the striker Out bowled
b) Give the striker Not out
c) Give the striker Not out and award 5 penalty runs to the batting side for unfair play
d) Call & signal Dead ball immediately and instruct the bowler to re-bowl the delivery

2. An umpire can change his decision to give a batsman out, provided he does so when?
(Select one answer)

a) Before the new batsman has entered the field of play
b) Before the bowler starts his run-up for the next delivery
c) Promptly
d) Before the batsman has left his wicket

3. The striker deliberately deflects a fair delivery off his pads and the batsmen complete 1 run. The bowler's end umpire calls & signals Dead ball when the ball reaches the boundary. How many runs are scored?
(Select one answer)
a) 0
b) 1
c) 4
d) 5

4. It is the last ball of an over when the striker is hit on the pad. Nobody appeals and you call Over and you walk towards square leg and a fielder makes an appeal. You answer Out. Why?
(Select one answer)
a) The bowler has not bowled the next delivery
b) The bowler has not started his run-up

5. A wide is bowled. For which of the following dismissal types does the bowler receive credit?:
(Select one answer)
a) Obstructing the field
b) Handled the ball
c) Stumped
d) Run out