Murtagh lifted rushworth offhis pads for six and top-edged a four over Phil Mustard's head, Finn scored a four through third men when aiming in front of square leg, Keaton Jennings gifted a run when he missed the stumps from short leg and Hastings no-balled
He was controversially no-balled
in Australia in the 1995 Boxing Day Test against the hosts and again by umpire Ross Emerson during a One-day series the following year.
He never bowled in a Test in England for fear that he would be no-balled
for throwing, and was actually called against India in the first Test at Bombay in 1960-61.
The Proteas then suffered another setback just before stumps when Cowan (49 not out) gloved behind off Morne Morkel, only to be given a let off when a review showed the South African quick had no-balled
The tourists' lowest ebb came when Broad had Jayawardene caught and bowled with the deficit at 293, only to be retrospectively no-balled
An interesting point from the match is that Paddy Hennessy was no-balled
out of the box following a protest from an England player, Arthur Rice, who's brother Ritchie Rice was the referee
Rules or no rules, jockeys will continue to receive bans -- but don't football players still get red-carded and bowlers no-balled
Twice cleared by ICC after being no-balled
It's like a bowler constantly over-stepping the mark, except they get no-balled
, and concede a run.
Forget standing-up to Ponting's hysterionics - very few, if any, would have had the courage to set a precedent and ask for a check on whether Mitchell Johnson no-balled
in 'dismissing' Matt Prior.
After twice being no-balled
in Tests in Australia for throwing, his action was cleared by the International Cricket Council in 1996 following biochemical analysis.
The only black mark for Yorkshire was a three-point penalty imposed on bowler Steven Patterson who had to be taken out of the attack in his final over after being no-balled
twice for head-high bouncers.