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" Or, if under pretence of running, or otherwise, either of the strikers prevent a ball from being caught, the striker of the ball is out. 20. Or,, if the ball be struck and he wilfully strike it again. "
Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the ... - Seite 122
1828
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The cricket field: or, The history and the science of cricket, by the author ...

James Pycroft - 1854 - 267 Seiten
...better plan would be not to catch the ball, and disdain to win a match except by good play. XVIII. " Or, if in striking at the ball, he hit down his wicket." — " In sinking," not in running a notch, however awkwardly. XIX. " Or, if under pretence of running,...
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The Little Boy's Own Book of Sports and Pastimes: Illustrated with Numerous ...

William Clarke - 1855 - 215 Seiten
...clown, except when his bat be on the ground within it. Likewise, if he hit down his own wicket ; or, if either of the strikers prevent a ball from being caught, the striker shall be out ; or, if the ball be struck up, and the hitter wilfully strike it again ; or if, in attempting...
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Felix on the bat; a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat [by N ...

Nicholas Wanostrocht - 1855
...be over the popping crease, and his wicket put down, except his bat be grounded within it ; IVI 1 1. Or, if in striking at the ball, he hit down his wicket ; XIX. Or, if under pretence of running, or otherwise, either of the strikers prevent a ball from being...
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Boy's Own Book Extended: A Complete Encyclopedia of All Athletic, Scientific ...

William Clarke - 1855 - 713 Seiten
...down, except when his bat be on the ground within it. Likewise, if he hit down his own wicket ; or, if either of the strikers prevent a ball from being caught, the striker shall be out ; or, if the ball be struck up, and tlie hitter wilfully strike it again; or if, in attempting...
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The Corner Cupboard of Facts for Everybody: Embracing Facts About-I. Things ...

Robert Kemp Philp - 1859 - 368 Seiten
...while the ball shall be in piny, both his feet he over the popping crease, and his wicket put down, except his bat be grounded within it : 19. Or if, in striking at the ball, he hit do\vn his wicket : • 20. Or if, under pretence of running, er otherwise, eitner of the strikers prevent...
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The Illustrated Boy's Own Treasury: Forming a Complete Repertory of Home ...

1860 - 446 Seiten
...while the ball shall be in play, both his feet be over the popping crease, and his wicket put down, except his bat be grounded within it ; 19. Or if,...his wicket ; 20. Or if, under pretence of running, or otherwise, either of the strikers prevent a ball from being caught ; 21. Or if the ball be struck,...
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The cricket-bat and how to use it, by an old cricketer

Cricket-bat - 1861
...are outside the popping-crease, and his wicket put down (except his bat be grounded within it). 18. Or, if in striking at the ball, he hit down his wicket, or knock off either of the bails. 19. Or, if under pretence of running, or otherwise, either of the...
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Feltham's guide to archery and other out-door games

Joseph Feltham (and co.) - 1862
...be over the popping crease, and his wicket put down, except his bat fce grounded within it ; XVIII. Or, if in striking at the ball he hit down his wicket ; XIX. Or, if under pretence of running, or otherwise, either of the Strikers prevent a ball from being...
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The Boy's Handy Book of Sports, Pastimes, Games and Amusements..

1863 - 374 Seiten
...shall be over the popping crease, and his wicket put down, except his bat be grounded within it. 18. Or, if in striking at the ball he hit down his wicket. 19. Or, if under pretence of running, or otherwise, either of the strikers prevent a ball from being...
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Every little boy's book, a complete cyclopædia of in and out door games

Every little boy - 1864
...feet shall be over the popping crease, and his wicket put down, except his bat be grounded within it ; Or, if in striking at the ball, he hit down his wicket ; Or, if under pretence of running, or otherwise, either of the strikers prevent the ball from being...
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