6 incidents of timeout in first class cricket

6 incidents of timeout in first class cricket
6 incidents of timeout in first class cricket

Angelo Mathews is the first batsman to be timed out in international cricket. Earlier, Sourav Ganguly could have been dismissed like this in international cricket. Incidents of India’s second innings in the Cape Town Test in 2006-2007. Two batsmen Virender Sehwag and Wasim Zafar got out quickly. Sachin Tendulkar is supposed to be the fourth batsman. But on the afternoon of the third day of the match, Sachin left the field 18 minutes before the end of the game during India’s fielding. According to the rules, he could have come off 18 minutes after the start of India’s innings the next day. But when Wasim Zafar got out, it was just 12 minutes into the innings. No batsman was getting out after three minutes of regulation. Finally Sourav Ganguly came to the crease after 6 minutes. However, Sourav was not given a timed out as the fielding side captain Graeme Smith did not appeal. Sourav batted for 131 minutes. Later, Sachin batted for 88 minutes. India can play 169 minutes. Later, South Africa won the match by scoring 211 runs.

6 timed out incidents in first class cricket

Andrew Jordan
Eastern Province vs Transvaal match at Port Elizabeth in 1987-88. Earlier in the day, unbeaten batsman Jordan was delayed in reaching the field after crossing a flooded road
Hemulal Yadav
Tripura vs Odisha match in Cuttack in 1997-98. The umpire gave a drink break after Tripura lost their ninth wicket. No. 11 batsman Hemulal delayed reaching the crease after talking to the team manager on the boundary
Vasbert Drakes
2002 Border vs Free State match in East London. Drakes thought he would catch the match from Colombo after playing the Champions Trophy. But could not reach because his flight was delayed.
AJ Harris
Nottinghamshire v Durham match in Nottingham in 2003. Harris was suffering from a groin strain and took too long to get to the crease.
Ryan Austin
Combined College vs Windward Islands match at Kingstown, St. Vincent in the 2013-14 season. Austin, the number 11 batsman, failed to reach the crease in time. However, he was the man of the match as he took 11 wickets in the match
Charles Kunze
Matabiland-Mountainous match in Bulawayo in 2017-18 season. After the fall of the wicket, new batsman Kunze was late to reach the crease in three minutes.

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