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The RSC/UKSC Cricket FAQ
Section - What are the 10 "standard" ways of getting out?

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  The 10 ways to get out in the middle are:
  The 5 well-known ones: 
  1) Caught 
  2) Bowled 
  3) Leg Before Wicket 
  4) Stumped 
  5) Run Out 

  And the 5 less-frequent ones. Generalized summaries only. 
  6) Hit Wicket:  Striker breaks the wicket while batting 
  7) Handled The Ball:  without consent of the opposite side. 
  8) Obstructing The Field: - Duh. 
  9) Hit The Ball Twice: unless he is protecting his wicket. 
 10) Timed Out: Next batsman due takes longer than 
     two minutes to appear on the field. 

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