In cricket, can a batsman be out stumped from a no ball?
Law 24 covers no ball - section 16 states that a batsman can only be out in the following ways off a no ball:
- handled the ball
- run out
- obstructing the field
- hit the ball twice
so a stumping doesn't count.
No, stumping is not out off a no-ball.
But, a runout is valid off a no-ball. How is stumping different? If the batsman attempts to make a run, is outside his crease, and the wicketkeeper takes the bails off, this is a runout.
If the batsman is just outside his crease as a followthrough of his shot, and has not made any attempt to run, and if the wicketkeeper takes the bails off, this is a stumping.