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Additional Guidelines for Umpires
Square Leg UmpireThe square leg umpire can stand either side of the batsman and should be no more than a pitch length away (i.e. 22 yards).
No BallsA no ball shall be called if the bowler's front foot oversteps the front line, or if the bowler's back foot moves outside the tramlines. A no ball will also be called if the bowler abuses the run-up rule.
A no ball shall also be called if the bowler abuses the Dangerous Bowling rule.
WidesIf the ball passes outside of the batsman's normal reach a wide shall be given. Batsmen must make a legitimate attempt to strike the ball, and not try and encourage a wide to be given. Balls bowled down the leg side are not encouraged and should be given as a wide if more than one is bowled in an over. (Obviously wides will not be awarded where the batsman hits the ball).
The umpire's decision will be final.