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Umpiring Quiz


1. A ball which the umpire considers to have been delivered, without having previously touched the bat or person of the striker, bounces more than twice before it reaches the popping crease. In this case, umpire shall call and signal:
 

  dead ball
  no ball
  no ball and dead ball
  umpire does not make any call


2. A ball delivered by the bowler comes to rest in front of the line of the striker's wicket, without having touched the bat or person of the striker. In this case, umpire shall call and signal:
 

  dead ball
  no ball
  no ball and dead ball
  umpire does not make a call


3. Can a batsman can be out under Law 33 (Handled the ball) when a no ball has been called?
 

  yes
  no


4. Can a batsman can be out under law 38 (run out) when a no ball has been called?
 

  yes
  no


5. If there is any significant movement by any fielder after the ball comes into play and before the ball reaches the striker, either umpire shall call and signal:
 

  no ball
  dead ball
  umpire does not make any call


6. When wide ball has been called, can a batsman can be out under law 35 (hit wicket)?
 

  yes
  no


7. A ball not being a no ball, pitches outside leg stump, and hits the batsman (on his backfoot), on his pads directly in front of the stumps. The ball would have hit the wicket. Can the batsman be given out lbw?
 

  yes
  no


8. A ball not being a no ball, pitches outside off stump, and hits the striker on his pads outside the line of off stump. The striker has made an attempt to play the ball. If not for the interception of the pads, the ball would have hit the wicket. Can the batsman be given out lbw?
 

  yes
  no


9. A ball not being a no ball, hits the outside edge of the striker's bat, and accidentally lodges in the wicket keeper's pads, without hitting the ground. In this case, the umpire shall call and signal:
 

  dead ball
  no ball
  batsman shall be out caught
  umpire does not make any call


10. A ball not being a no ball, hit by the striker, logdes in a fielders clothing, without hitting the ground. In this case, the umpire shall call and signal:
 

  dead ball
  no ball
  batsman shall be out caught
  umpire does not make any call


11. The striker is out of his ground, and the ball rebounds from the wicket keeper's helmet onto the stumps. The ball is not a no ball, and the striker is not attempting a run. No other member of the fielding side is involved during this process. The batsman is:
 

  out run out
  not out
  out stumped


12. A ball not being a no ball, hits one of the bails, and the bail in falling lodges between two of the stumps. This shall be regarded (for purposes of determining whether the striker is out):
 

  a complete removal
  not a complete removal


13. A batsman, not having been given out, has left his wicket under a misapprehension that he is out. The fielding side having broken his wicket, after he left, appeals for stumped/run out. The umpire shall:
 

  call and signal dead ball, and recall the batsman
  call run out
  call out stumped


14. A batsman has been within his ground and has subsequently left it to avoid injury, when the wicket is put down fairly. The batsman is:
 

  run out, or stumped, as appropriate
  not out


15. Bowler bowls a no ball, which is also meets the criteria for a wide call. Umpire shall call and signal:
 

  no ball
  wide ball


16. The opposing captain shall have the right of objection for allowing a substitute player on the field:
 

  yes
  no


17. A fielder catches the ball hit by the striker, after it has touched an umpire, with significant deflection. The ball is not a no ball, and it has not hit the ground. The striker is:
 

  not out, ball is declared a dead ball
  not out, ball remains in play
  out caught


18. A batsman, inspite of warnings, continues to waste time. The umpire shall:
 

  (a) give the batsman out
  (b) after the match, initiate disciplinary action against the batsman, captain or team as appropriate
  (c) award 5 penalty runs to the fielding side.
  (d) both (b) and (c)


19. A ball not being a no ball, pitches outside off stump, and hits the striker on his pads outside the line of off stump. The striker has *not* made an attempt to play the ball. If not for the interception of the pads, the ball would have hit the wicket. Can the batsman be given out lbw?
 

  yes
  no


20. If the bowler decides to change from bowling with the left arm to the right arm and fails to notify the umpire, what is the correct call by the umpire?
 

  no call is necessary
  dead ball
  no ball


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