Laws of Cricket 1947 Code - Law 29

Law 29 - Wide Ball (more)

The ball does not become "Dead" on the call of "Wide Ball". All runs that are run from a "Wide Ball" shall be scored "Wide Balls", or if no runs be made one run shall be so scored. The Striker may be out from a "Wide Ball" if he break Laws 38 or 42, and either Batsman may be run out, or given out if he break Laws 36 or 40.

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