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  1. Wide ball Signal given when the ball is in play and the umpire calls “wide ball” Signal will be repeated without the call for the scorers when the ball is dead Does not count as one of the over Scored as +

  2. No ball Signal given when the ball is in play and the umpire calls “no ball” Signal will be repeated without the call for the scorers when the ball is dead Does not count as one of the over Scored as o

  3. Dead ball Signal given when the ball is in play and the umpire calls “dead ball” Signal will be repeated without the call for the scorers when the ball is dead Dead ball may count as one of the over

  4. Short run Signal is given when the ball is dead Umpire will call the number of short runs

  5. Boundary 4 Signal given when the ball is dead, that is, after the ball reaches or crosses the boundary If the runs come off the bat score as 4 Hit off a no ball ^ No ball NOT hit by the bat & From a wide (

  6. Boundary 6 Signal is given when the ball is dead – has crossed the boundary Only given if the bat has hit the ball – score 6 Not possible off a wide ball Off a no ball score as`

  7. Bye Signal given when the ball is dead Score as )

  8. Leg Bye Signal given when the ball is dead Score as *

  9. 5 penalty runs to the batting side Signal given when the ball is dead Tip: patting means “batting”

  10. 5 penalty runs to the fielding side Signal given when the ball is dead

  11. New Ball Signal given when the ball is dead Note when the new ball is taken in the Comments box

  12. Last Hour Signal given when the ball is dead It will be given at the end of the last over before the start of the Last Hour Note Last Hour in the score sheet

  13. Revoke last Signal Signal given when the ball is dead

  14. OUT! Signal generally given when the ball is in play – the dismissal makes the ball dead Acknowledgement of this signal is not necessary unless the umpire deliberately directs it at the scorers

  15. Not out Following an appeal, the umpire may call “not out” No signal is given No acknowledgement from the scorers is necessary