Cricket umpires have been given the power to eject disobedient players while tethered bails will be permitted to protect wicket-keepers from eye injuries as part of a series of law changes coming into effect from Oct. 1. The new 'Players conduct' rule will ... Sify, 1 week ago
MCC gives nod for stringent laws against undisciplined cricketers - Rediff.com, 1 week ago
With an aim to protect wicketkeepers from freak injuries, the Marylebone Cricket Club has ratified the use of tethers to limit the distance that that bails can travel when the wicket is broken. Mark Boucher had suffered such a freak injury when he was struck ...Business Standard, 1 week ago
Basketball player Akil Mitchell went up for a rebound Thursday and came down with a frightening eye injury in Auckland, New Zealand. His eyeball appeared to pop out of its socket, prompting broadcasters to call for immediate emergency help in the video below ...Huffington Post, 2 months ago
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