Laws of Cricket - Quiz 5
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1. On a windy day the bails at one end of the pitch are contnually blown-off. The bails at the other end stay on the stumps. What do the umpires do?
(Select one answer)

a) Remove both sets of bails until the wind decreases
b) Remove the bails from the windy end and leave the other set on the stumps
c) Continue playing and replacing the bails

2. A fielder runs around the boundary in an attempt to catch the ball which has not touched the ground. His foot touches the boundary rope as he catches the ball but he does not cross over the boundary. How many runs are recorded?
(Select one answer)

a) 4
b) 6
c) 0

3. Side B have scored 203 runs in reply to Side A's score of 203 for 6. There is one ball left in the final over and the striker is 98 not out. He hits the ball towards the boundary and the batsman run 2 runs before the ball is returned to the wicket-keeper. What is the striker's score?
(Select one answer)
a) 99
b) 100

4. The ball is hit over a garden wall and cannot be found. What do the umpires do?
(Select one answer)
a) Provide the fielding side with a new ball
b) Provide the fielding side with an old well-worn ball
c) Provide the fielding side with a ball that is similar in use to the lost ball

5. The striker's end umpire calls No ball when the ball is delivered and the bowler's end umpire calls Wide ball when the ball passes the striker's wicket. How many runs are recorded?
(Select one answer)
a) 0
b) 1
c) 2