non-striker


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non-striker

n
(Cricket) cricket the batsman who is not facing the bowling
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Sharjah: Tauseef Ahmad, who was the non-striker when Javed Miandad hit the last ball six at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on April 18, 1986, is the assistant coach of the Islamabad United team.
ISLAMABAD/LAHORE -- If the non-striker is out of his ground from the moment the ball comes into play to the instant when the bowler would normally have been expected to release the ball, the bowler is permitted to attempt to run him/her out.
He saw enough too, in his century stand with the opener at The Oval on Wednesday, to know the privileged position as non-striker when Roy is in full flow does not come without its dangers.
This being Pakistan, there had to be a touch of farce - Umar Akmal raced non-striker Sohaib Maqsood for the safety of the non-striker's crease after a mix-up over a single before Parry persuaded Shahid Afridi to chip to cover.
Overall, he's the worst high-profile non-striker we've seen since Nicholas Witchell crossed a BBC journalists' picket line.
As Scorchers players, including non-striker and England outcast Michael Carberry, celebrated joyously, Lee fell to his knees beside the stumps, crestfallen.
15 it is legal for a bowler to run out a non-striker, who has strayed outside the crease after he has started his run up.
For instance, if a non-striker wishes to enter the premises to carry out their normal duties they should be allowed to do so without hindrance.
As non-striker, he embarked on a single but was sent back by Paul Coughlin and was easily run out by a throw from 12th man Aaron Thomason (on for Richard Jones who has a foot injury).
MCC issued a statement on Wednesday saying that the unanimous view of the committee was that if the non-striker is out of his ground earlier than allowed in either the Laws of Cricket or the International Playing Conditions, then he can have no complaints should he be dismissed in this manner.
His England counterpart Alastair Cook insisted a "line had been crossed" after Sachithra Senanayake ran out England's Jos Buttler as the non-striker backed up at Edgbaston on Tuesday.
Robb Field turned out to be a poor choice, making comments like 'great shot' and 'fetch that one' before triggering his line manager LBW to one which, on the authority of the non-striker, would have missed by over a foot.
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