When a ball is batted in the air and then caught, but it was called a no ball (so they can't be dismissed caught), will the batting team score any regular runs of the ball they completed (and can they potentially be run out)?
Two similar situations happened in two different IPL matches, but was seemingly treated differently.
In ball 19.5 of the second innings of the 32nd IPL 2015 match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals, there was a run-out after a no ball was caught (an additional run was also scored, the run-out happened when they attempted a second).
Vinay Kumar to Binny, (no ball) 1 run, OUT, another full toss, in the air again and he's caught at long-on. This was definitely over the waist, and is called no-ball. Pollard doesn't realise that and throws the ball late, which makes Southee comes back for the second. But his throw is accurate and Vinay takes the bails off casually, catching Southee's bat short despite the dive. A no ball, a run, a...