ICC rules and regulations: Decoding Law 23 and the dead ball scenarios (2023)

While in galli (street) cricket, dead balls are given for any number of reasons: bad bounce, kaccha nimboos’ bowling a 6-tip ball or a 70-year old uncle passing by, in the laws of the game, specifically Law 23 of the ICC rules and regulations, a dead ball is very specifically defined.

According to the Marylebone Cricket Club, which was once the posh English Club that governed cricket (now it’s just the posh English club that governs Lord’s), a ball is dead when:

#1 It is finally settled in the hands of the wicket-keeper or the bowler. (Whether the ball is finally settled or not is a matter for the umpire alone to decide.)

#2 A boundary is scored.

#3 A batsman is dismissed.

#4 Whether played or not it becomes trapped between the bat and person of a batsman or between items of his clothing or equipment, a protective helmet worn by a member of the fielding side or the the clothing of an umpire

#5 There is an award of penalty runs called.

#6 Lost ball is called.

#7 The umpire calls Over or Time.

#8 The umpire intervenes in unfair play or leaves his normal position for consultation

#9 One or both bails fall from the striker's wicket before he has the opportunity of playing the ball.

#10 He is satisfied that for an adequate reason the striker is not ready for the delivery of the ball and, if the ball is delivered, makes no attempt to play it.

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#11 The striker is distracted by any noise or movement or in any other way while he is preparing to receive or receiving a delivery. This shall apply whether the source of the distraction is within the game or outside it.

#12 A serious injury occurs.

#13 The bowler drops the ball accidentally before delivery.

While rules 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 are fairly obvious, I will attempt to demystify rules 1, 4, 5, 6 and 8. The first rule is what has caused hang-ups in the past, and was the cause for Dickwella to be fined and given demerit points. When the batsman is in his crease, making no attempt to run, with the ball in the hands of the keeper, the ball is clearly dead.

Dickwella tried to knock off the bails and appeal after that, causing his getting punished by the match referee. When a batsman is off balance, and leaves his crease as a result of that, the ball is not yet dead and a stumping can occur. Finally, it is the umpire's discretion whether the ball is ‘finally settled’.

Rule 4 has been hotly debated of late. The rule has seen many dismissals, where a batsman hits the ball onto a close in catcher’s helmet only for the ball to fly in the air and be caught by someone else, ruled a dead ball. Moeen Ali was ruled not out this way, in a match changing decision.

Rule 5 refers to when a ball hits a player’s equipment while it is not being worn, as happened to India in the Champions Trophy semi-final against Bangladesh. The ball is immediately ruled dead and points awarded.

Rule 6 is when the ball is lost. This is not as prevalent in international cricket, but anyone who has played cricket in a car park will thank the ICC for their ruling on this matter. Rule 8 is when an umpire needs to leave his mark, the ball is made dead so no play happens without being under his purview. This most commonly happens when he consults with the leg umpire over a decision.

It also occurs when there is interference in play, as was seen in Jason Roy’s obstruction of the field in the England South Africa T20 series. The umpire called the ball dead and then referred it to the third umpire. This is one of the few cases in which the ball is still counted.

Okay, so your life did not depend on Law 23, but your wicket might. This article was issued in the interest of all batsmen, everywhere, having to deal with sneaky wicketkeepers trying underhanded ruses to dismiss them. Now you know what they can and cannot legally do.

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What is the rule of dead ball in cricket? ›

20.1.2 The ball shall be considered to be dead when it is clear to the bowler's end umpire that the fielding side and both batters at the wicket have ceased to regard it as in play.

What are the five instances when the ball becomes dead? ›

The Ball Becomes Dead, when:-

(a) It is finally settled in the hands of the Wicket Keeper or the Bowler. (b) It reaches or pitches over the boundary. (c) A Batsman is out. (d) Whether played or not, it lodges in the clothing or equipment of a Batsman or the clothing of an Umpire.

Is it a dead ball if bowled on free hit? ›

Can you run when bowled on free hit? As the balls remains in play even when the batter is bowled on a free hit, they can run.

What are the three instances when a ball becomes dead in cricket? ›

The ball becomes dead when any of the following situations occur: The umpire is satisfied that, with adequate reason, the batter is not ready for the delivery of the ball. The ball passes the batter, is gathered by the wicket-keeper, and the batters obviously decline to attempt to take runs.

What is a dead ball situation? ›

Definition. A dead ball is a ball that is out of play. The ruling of a dead ball halts the game and no plays can legally occur until the umpire resumes the game, though baserunners can advance as the result of acts that occurred while the ball was live.

Can runs be scored on dead ball? ›

It often ends up in the goalkeeper's hands or on the way back to the player. At this point it becomes a dead ball. Although the fielder can still appeal anything that happened before the ball went dead, no other action will be taken after he has done so and will be dismissed and no runs scored.

Is an intentional walk a dead ball? ›

Intentional Walks

After appropriate notification is made by the defensive manager, the ball is ruled dead and no other runners may advance unless forced by the batter's award of first base.

How many seconds can you hold the ball for before it becomes a dead ball? ›

You can only hold a ball for 10 seconds, afterwards, it will be considered dead. Dead balls need to be rolled over immediately to the other team. If the game comes down to 1 player per side, they have 10 seconds to hit each other out; if not, "Showdown" comes into effect.

What is the penalty for a dead ball? ›

The delivery is considered dead, and the ball is replaced with another one. The batting team gets awarded penalty runs.

Is it a dead ball if it hits the umpire? ›

Rule 5.09(f) Comment: If a fair ball touches an umpire working in the infield after it has bounded past, or over, the pitcher, it is a dead ball.

Can a batsman be stumped out on a no ball? ›

A batsman may be out stumped off a wide delivery but cannot be stumped off a no ball as bowler is credited for the wicket.

Can you be bowled out on a no ball? ›

A batter may not be given out bowled, leg before wicket, caught, stumped or hit wicket off a no-ball. A batter may be given out run out, hit the ball twice or obstructing the field.

Is two bounces a dead ball? ›

If it bounces more than twice or rolls along the ground before it reaches the batsman, it will be called No Ball by the umpire.

What are the only methods of getting a dead ball live? ›

The jump ball, the throw-in and the free throw are the only methods of getting a dead ball live. Neither the dribble nor traveling rule operates during the jump ball, throw-in or free throw. It is not possible for a player to travel during a dribble.

What is Mankad rule in cricket? ›

The new law which came into force with immediate effect, said - 38.3. 1 At any time from the moment the ball comes into play until the instant when the bowler would normally have been expected to release the ball, the non-striker is liable to be run out if he/she is out of his/her ground.

Is runner interference a delayed dead ball? ›

If no play is been made on the assisted runner, the runner is out and play continues (delayed dead ball.)

What is an error that results in a dead ball called? ›

A balk occurs when a pitcher makes an illegal motion on the mound that the umpire deems to be deceitful to the runner(s). As a result, any men on base are awarded the next base, and the pitch (if it was thrown in the first place) is waved off for a dead ball.

Is a balk a dead ball? ›

Under Official Baseball Rule 6.02(a), the penalty for a balk shall be: The ball is dead (when play stops), and each runner shall advance one base without liability to be put out unless the batter reaches first base on a hit, an error, a base on balls, a hit batter, or otherwise and all other runners advance at least ...

Can you hit a six on a dead ball? ›

Once a ball has been called dead, the batsman cannot hit it so therefore cannot hit it for six.

What does BF mean in baseball? ›

Batters faced is simply a count of the number of total plate appearances against a certain pitcher or team.

What does R mean in baseball? ›

Run (R) Runs Batted In (RBI) Sacrifice Bunt (SH) Sacrifice Fly (SF)

What does H mean in baseball? ›

Hit (H) Home Run (HR) Intentional Walk (IBB)

Can you get 3 seconds if you have the ball? ›

The same is true for the Offensive Three-Second (“O3”) rule, although there are only two caveats that affect the count. The O3 rule states that an offensive player cannot be in the lane for more than three seconds while his team has control of the ball.

Can you get called for 3 seconds when you have the ball? ›

Yes, you can be called for a 3-second violation if you have the ball. Naturally, this is only the case with offensive 3-second violations because, by definition, you cannot be called for a defensive 3-second violation while in possession of the ball.

What happens if you hold the ball for more than 3 seconds? ›

If a handball player takes more than three steps without dribbling (bouncing the ball) or holds the ball for more than 3 seconds without bouncing it, shooting or passing, then that is deemed 'travelling' and possession is lost.

Can you steal on a dead ball? ›

You cannot steal a base on a “dead” or foul ball. Overthrown or passed balls may be stolen on, as long as the ball is still considered to be “live”

Is it a dead ball if it bounces? ›

According to the definition, a pitch is a ball delivered to the batter by the pitcher. It doesn't matter how the pitch reaches the batter. The batter may hit any pitch that is thrown. Note that a pitch that bounces before reaching the plate may never be called a strike or a legally-caught third strike.

Is a late hit a dead ball foul? ›

a. Dead ball—a dead ball foul occurs in the time interval after a down has ended and before the ball is next snapped or free kicked. This includes fouls which occur just before the snap—like encroachment or false starts—as well as those which occur just after the ball becomes dead, like a “late hit” personal foul.

Can umpires throw out announcers? ›

"But typically it's for a player or manager. You don't get many ejecting the PA announcer — in fact, it's our first one," he said. "It's certainly within the umpire's rights if he feels the announcer is making inappropriate comments about players or officials or inciting the fans," he said.

Can a batsman be given run out if an umpire has called dead ball? ›

The ball becomes dead if a batsman is given out by either umpire. This prevents two batsmen being out from one delivery.

Can a baseball player touch an umpire? ›

Physical contact with an umpire is a ground for ejection. Refusal to stop arguing, and further delaying the game after the umpire has provided a player or manager adequate opportunity to make a point, is a ground for ejection.

Can a batsman go behind the stumps and hit? ›

Although, there is no written law that prohibits the batsman to play behind the stumps, but if the fielding team appeals for obstructing the field, there are chances that the batsman would be given out for obstructing the wicket keeper.

Can a batsman cover all stumps? ›

As guarding the wicket may be considered a very necessary part to be observed by the batsman, we shall remark that as the bat is only four and a half inches wide and the wicket seven inches, the striker cannot guard all the three stumps ...

Can you run if the ball hits the stumps on a free hit? ›

According to these new alterations, no runs will be allowed if a free-hit delivery hits the batter's stumps, which is in clear contrast to the International Cricket Council's rules, which allow players to run even if a player gets bowled out on a free-hit delivery, through the runs will be accounted as byes.

Can a fielder talk while bowling? ›

One of cricket's golden rules is that fielders stay silent from the moment a bowler starts their run-up until a batsman completes his shot.

Can you be bowled off a full toss? ›

A full toss - a ball which does not bounce - from a seam bowler reaches the batsman at waist height. However, a waist-high full toss is permissable from a slower bowler, as long as it does not go above the batsman's shoulder. If it does, then the umpire will call a no-ball.

Can you be bowled out by a full toss? ›

Occasionally a full toss can surprise a batsman so effectively that he is unable to play it properly, and this can lead to a wicket, but few bowlers rely on this. There have been occasions in which a bowler intentionally bowls a full toss to achieve maximum swing into the base of the stumps.

Can you be bowled if the ball bounces twice? ›

Origins of the double-bouncer

Some people think it is a no ball. However, Under Law 24.6 of the game the ball is permitted to bounce twice and only becomes a no ball on the third bounce. Nevertheless, tradition dictates that the batsman smashes the filth to the boundary.

Can you be bowled out if the ball bounces twice? ›

See Law 17.3 (Validity of balls). When No ball has been called, neither batters shall be out under any of the Laws except 34 (Hit the ball twice), 37 (Obstructing the field) or 38 (Run out).

Can a bowler change side on free hit? ›

The bowler, however, is only allowed to change the bowling side for the free hit delivery. The opposition is not allowed to change the field during a free hit delivery unless there is a change of strike.

How do you signal a dead ball? ›

Signal: The dead ball signal - two palms raised and facing outwards at either side of the body - will be shown, along with a call of “foul ball”. What it means: When an action on the field is deemed illegal, the ball will be called dead.

How is a dead ball restarted? ›

Dead Ball Situations

There are one of three options to restart gameplay when the ball goes out of bounds, depending on the location it goes out at and which team touched it last. These are throw-ins, goal kicks, and corner kicks.

Is it a dead ball if it hits the ground first? ›

When the ball hits the ground, then hits the batter, it becomes a dead ball, batter awarded first base. On the other side of it, should the ball hit the dirt, the batter can legally hit the pitch as it is still alive. There have been numerous cases in MLB of players getting base hits on a ball which bounced.

What is a donkey drop in cricket? ›

donkey drop (plural donkey drops) (cricket) A pitch of the ball that aims to land it on the stumps from as great a height as possible, preferably with the ball descending behind the batsman standing at the crease.

What is a diamond duck in cricket? ›

A diamond duck - when a batter is dismissed without facing any legal balls. This would usually happen from the non-striking side, but a batter could get out for a diamond duck after a wide ball on the striking end, too.

What is a cricket Jaffa? ›

J. Jaffa (also corker) an exceptionally well bowled, practically unplayable delivery, usually but not always from a fast bowler.

How many bounces does it take to make a dead ball in cricket? ›

The ball may bounce up to 2 times prior to it reaching the batsman standing at the crease. If it bounces more than twice or rolls along the ground before it reaches the batsman, it will be called No Ball by the umpire.

What happens if the ball goes over the dead ball line? ›

If the ball is kicked into the opponents' in-goal without touching any player and an opponent grounds the ball without delay or it goes into touch-in-goal or on or over the dead-ball line, the non-kicking team is awarded a free-kick.

Can batsmen cross on a dead ball? ›

No. If a batter leaves the crease under the misapprehension that they are out, the umpire should call and signal dead ball, and recall the batter. You sometimes see batters 'walk' after being bowled from a No Ball, having not heard the call.

When can a dead ball appeal be made? ›

And when the ball is dead, no runner may return to touch a missed base after he has touched a base beyond the missed base. That means a batter who hits a ground-rule double or a homer can be called out on appeal if he misses first base and doesn't correct his error before touching second.

Can you score runs off a no ball in cricket? ›

Runs. When a no-ball is bowled, runs are awarded to the batting team. In Test cricket, One Day International cricket and T20 International cricket, the award is one run; in some domestic competitions, particularly one-day cricket competitions, the award is two runs.

Can you kick the ball in a ruck? ›

Players on the ground must attempt to move away from the ball and must not play the ball in the ruck or as it emerges. Players must not: Pick the ball up with their legs. Intentionally collapse a ruck or jump on top of it.

Is The Ball Dead If It hits The Ground then the batter? ›

When the ball hits the ground, then hits the batter, it becomes a dead ball, batter awarded first base. On the other side of it, should the ball hit the dirt, the batter can legally hit the pitch as it is still alive. There have been numerous cases in MLB of players getting base hits on a ball which bounced.

Can you get a 50 22 from kick off? ›

Within that was the 50:22 kick (as well as several changes at the breakdown). With the 50:22 law in place, if an attacking team kicks the ball from anywhere in their own half and it bounces inside the opposition's 22 before bouncing into touch, the kicking team gets the throw at the resultant lineout.

Can a batsman be out for hitting the ball twice? ›

1 The striker is out Hit the ball twice if, while the ball is in play, it strikes any part of his/her person or is struck by his/her bat and, before the ball has been touched by a fielder, the striker wilfully strikes it again with his/her bat or person, other than a hand not holding the bat, except for the sole ...

Can 2 batsmen be run out on the same ball? ›

No. As soon as the first batsman is out, the ball is "dead". As such the other batsman cannot be out to a dead ball.


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