An interesting situation occurred in a club game this weekend. A full toss was bowled by a medium pace bowler that was over the batsmans head. The batsman had attempted to charge the bowler, missed the attempted overhead smash tennis shot and was stumped by the wicket keeper who was standing up.
Ordinarily a No-Ball would be awarded for the ball being above stump height as it passes the batsmans crease. Therefore the umpires decision to give the stumping not out would be correct. However, given that the ball was SO high, should a wide have been given, thus making the umpires decision incorrect?