Origin of no ball
Examples from the Web for no-ball
If we are to be in the swim we shall have to reconsider our no-ball rule.
Why not make it a no-ball every time unless the bowler has both feet in the air at the moment when the ball leaves his hand?
I suppose I must have explained a stymie or a no-ball very cleverly once.
The batsman may be “run out” in attempting a run off a “no-ball,” but cannot be put out off it in any other way.
British Dictionary definitions for no-ball
- to declare (a bowler) to have bowled a no-ball
- to declare (a delivery) to be a no-ball