WATCH - Queensland Fire's Georgia Voll gets clean bowled but given not out as no one appealed

Opposition Tasmanian Women Tigers didn't appeal and umpires didn't notice that bails came off.

Georgia Voll | Screengrab

In a WNCL 2021-22 match between Tasmanian Women Tigers and Queensland Fire, a bizarre incident took place that left many in splits. Queensland Fire batter Georgia Voll was clean bowled but was given not out in the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) 2021-22. 

Batting first Queensland’s on account of opener Georgia Redmayne's 63 posted a total of 223 runs on the board. However, during the 14th over their innings, batter Georgia Voll was clean bowled by a delivery from Belinda Vakarewa. 

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The ball pitched on the good length and clipped the off-stump but what came as a surprise was, no one from the fielding side including on-field umpires noticed that ball hit the stumps and the batter continued to bat. 

The commentary team was also surprised with the decision after they saw the reply which showed the bails clearly came off.  

However, this decision didn’t cost Tasmanian Women Tigers much as batter Nicola Carey smashed an unbeaten century to help her side chase the target in 45.1 overs. 

Here’s the video: 


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(Hindustan Times inputs) 


By Ankitjit Singh - 19 Dec, 2021

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