Handled the ball

Handled the ball

Post by SXK.. » Wed, 14 Aug 1991 22:12:38




Quote:

> --stuff deleted re:being dismissed for handling the ball--

>    Long time back Len Hutton of England became the first batsman to be
>dismis-
>    sed in such a manner, against Australia. I can't recall the year.

nope, hutton was declared out for obstructing the field.
the first person declared out for handling the ball was russell endean of south
africa. i don't know the details, unfortunately.

Quote:

>    Also Mohsin Khan of Pakistan. I don't remember the year, nor the team
>    he was playing against.

this was vs australia in 1982-83.

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Handled the ball

Post by Syed H Kirma » Wed, 14 Aug 1991 02:44:58

    Hilditch was given out handeled the ball during the 1979 Pak-Aus series,
    when Sarfraz Nawaz appealed to the umpire after Hilditch was returning the
    ball back to Sarfraz.

    D. Haynes was also declared Handeled the ball I guess against India in 1986
    in India.

    Long time back Len Hutton of England became the first batsman to be dismis-
    sed in such a manner, against Australia. I can't recall the year.

    Also Mohsin Khan of Pakistan. I don't remember the year, nor the team
    he was playing against.

 
 
 

Handled the ball

Post by s. muddap » Thu, 15 Aug 1991 04:22:16

As far as i know mohinder amarnath was also given out when he picked up the
ball which was about to hit the stumps.No one appealed after the incidence
but he himself walked as if he got out.
I am not sure when this happened but i think this was in India against WI in
1987.

 
 
 

Handled the ball

Post by SXK.. » Thu, 15 Aug 1991 21:44:57


Quote:

>As far as i know mohinder amarnath was also given out when he picked up the
>ball which was about to hit the stumps.No one appealed after the incidence
>but he himself walked as if he got out.
>I am not sure when this happened but i think this was in India against WI in
>1987.

this was vs. either NZ or Aus in Australia in 1985 (i think) - the Benson & Hed
ges 1 day series.
stay cool,
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