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Guide to umpire's signals

Umpire signal for a bye

Bye: If a delivery passes the batsman and fielder and a run is scored, it is known as a bye.

It is a legal delivery passing the stumps with the ball touching neither the bat nor the batsman's body. The umpire's signal is one arm stretched above the body.



see also
Understanding byes and leg byes
06 Sep 05 |  Laws & Equipment

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