No. Question Mark
1 The batsman cannot be out Hit the ball Twice if the ball never makes contact with the bat (1 mark)  
  (Law 34.1.2) False 1
2 Caught takes precedence over all other dismissals (1 mark)  
  (Law 33.5) False 1
3 A fielder may remake a broken wicket while the ball is in play (1 mark)  
  (Law 29.3) True 1
In what ways can the wicket be legally put down? (3 marks)  
  (Law 29.1) (29.1.1.1) by the ball,
or (29.1.1.2) by the striker’s bat if held or by any part of his bat that he/she is holding,
or (29.1.1.3) for the purpose of this law only, by the striker's bat not in hand, or by any part of the bat which has become detached,
or (29.1.1.4) by the striker’s person or by any part of his/her clothing or equipment becoming detached from his/her person,
or (29.1.1.5) by a fielder with his/her hand or arm, providing that the ball is held in the
hand or hands so used, or in the hand of the arm so used.
or (29.1.1.6) The wicket is also put down if a fielder strikes or pulls a stump out of the ground in the same manner.
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5 What offences would be deemed a Level 2 offence? (3 marks)  
  (Law 42.3) showing serious dissent at an umpire’s decision by word or action
making inappropriate and deliberate physical contact with another player.
throwing the ball at a player, umpire or another person in an inappropriate and dangerous manner
using language or gesture to another player, umpire, team official or spectator that, in the circumstances, is obscene or of a serious insulting nature
or any other misconduct, the nature of which is, in the opinion of the umpires, equivalent to a Level 2 offence
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6 In a 4 day match there is no play on day one due to torrential rain.  Day 2 is fine, and you make up some lost overs, with the first team making 288 all out.  On day 3 it pours with rain again and no play is possible. On day 4 the batting captain asks how many runs his team needs to score to avoid the follow on.  What is your answer? (1 mark)  
  (Law 14) 139
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7 Your colleague has already warned one of the opening batsman for taking his guard in the protected area.  Later in the match, as the bowlers is running in, you notice the number 9 batsman has taken his guard very close to the protected area.  What (if anything) should you and your colleague do? (3.5 marks)  
  (Law 41.3) Call & Signal Dead-Ball
Inform the other umpire of the occurrence
The bowlers end umpire shall
Return the batsman to their original ends
Signal 5 Penalty runs to the fielding side
Inform the captain of the fielding side and, as soon as practicable, the captain of the batting side of the reason for this action.
The umpires together shall report the occurrence as soon as possible after the match to the Executive of the offending side and to any Governing Body responsible for the match.
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8 Which dismissals must result in the remaining batsman returning to his/her original end? (3 marks)  
  (18.11) Run Out (When running with a runner 25.6)
Bowled
Stumped.
Hit the ball twice
LBW
Hit Wicket
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9 A spin bowler has been warned by your colleague after delivering a full toss above the waist.  A few overs later, now bowling from your end, the same bowler sends down a slow loopy full toss, outside of the return crease which while above the waist, is slow and unlikely to inflict injury on the striker.  What (if anything) do you do? (3.5 marks)  
  (Law 41.7.2) call and signal No ball when the ball is dead,
direct the captain of the fielding side to suspend the bowler immediately from bowling
- inform the other umpire for the reason for this action.
- The bowler thus suspended shall not be allowed to bowl again in that innings.
The over shall be completed by another bowler, who shall neither have bowled any part of the previous over, nor be allowed to bowl any part of the next over.
- report the occurrence to the batsmen and, as soon as practicable, to the captain of the batting side.
The umpires together shall report the occurrence as soon as possible after the match to the Executive of the offending side and to any Governing Body responsible for the match, who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain, any other individuals concerned and, if appropriate, the team.
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