Cricket Part II


#9173

Lol

It legit wasn’t, but this is… Australia will hold on from here

COME AT ME


#9174

That’s where the fielder needs to have been practising the well disguised fumble over the goal line for a behind


#9175

I’m pretty sure it just counts as 4 overthrows, so 7 runs


#9176

I thought it was seven, like an overthrow, but I could be wrong.


#9177

Lol, how did that not hit!


#9178

I thought it would be a 7 too…but not sure if would count as penalty runs to the batting side.


#9179

:honeybee:’s​:eggplant:

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#9180

Treated as overthrows. All 7 to the batsman


#9181

Mike Hussey needs to change his voice. Sounds too much like Michael Clarke and Clarke offends me.


#9182

Found it

19.8 Overthrow or wilful act of fielder

If the boundary results from an overthrow or from the wilful act of a fielder, the runs scored shall be

_ any runs for penalties awarded to either side_

and the allowance for the boundary

and the runs completed by the batsmen, together with the run in progress if they had

_ already crossed at the instant of the throw or act._

However I read that as 12?
-3 runs
-4 overthrows
-5 penalty runs?


#9183

Which means Paine would have kept the strike. Makes sense.


#9184

4 overs


#9185

20/20 hindsight, I know…but Lyon would have been more psychologically suited to bat at 8 in this situation rather than Starc or Siddle.


#9186

18 balls


#9187

18 balls


#9188

Amazing effort considering it’s 8 vs 11


#9189

Definitely better suited.


#9190

I wonder what homework Micky Arthur has lined up for the Pakistan team?


#9191

Reminiscent of the draw at the MCG in 60/61 when Lindsay Kline and Slasher Mackay held out for a draw against the Windies

Or the draw against the Kiwis when Whitney would not have survived a video review against Hadlee in the dying overs.


#9192

Was that a stumping chance?