Laws of Cricket 1947 Code (Second Edition)
Law 38 - Hit Wicket
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The Striker is out “Hit wicket” – If in playing at the ball he hit down his wicket with his bat or any part of his person.
NOTES ON LAW 38
- The striker is “Out” under this Law if:
- In making a second stroke to keep the ball out of his wicket he hits it down.
- While playing at the ball, but not otherwise, his wicket is broken by his cap or hat falling, or by part of his bat.
- A batsman is not out for breaking the wicket with his bat or person while in the act of running.
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