By the phrase no more we mean Someone doesn't want something anymore. Eg:
Son: Mom, I am going to play cricket.
Mom: No more cricket! Your exams are very close.
The same way, can I say:
No more doing something: No more playing cricket.
No more someone doing something: No more students playing cricket.
In the last sentence only "students" are being prohibited to play cricket.
Are all the the three forms correct?