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No quick technology fix for problem bowlers: ICC
Times Live South Africa

No quick technology fix for problem bowlers: ICC

Geoff Allardice, the International Cricket Council's general manager of cricket, told Reuters in an interview on Wednesday that there has been lots of progress in using the technology but stumbling blocks remain to deploying it in matches. The ICC ... Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago
Wearable sensors to detect chucking set for 2015 trial Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago

Loughborough University accredited as testing centre for suspect bowling actions

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday announced that National Cricket Performance Centre at Loughborough University has been accredited as a testing centre for suspected illegal bowling actions. Loughborough now joins Cardiff ...
 Cricbuzz.com20 hours ago Loughborough becomes latest ICC-accredited testing centre  Business Standard India21 hours ago Loughborough University becomes latest ICC-accredited testing centre  Economic Times20 hours ago Loughborough is latest ICC-accredited testing centre  Hindu Business Line20 hours ago
The Express Tribune

UWA raises doubts over ICC's recent biomechanics tests

The univer­sity's biomec­hanist­s expres­s concer­ns that testin­g could be carrie­d out by relati­vely inexpe­rience­d staff Off-spinner Saeed Ajmal retains top spot in the ODI rankings despite being suspended ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

ZERO VFX Delivers Over 600 Visual Effects Shots for The Equalizer

Company News: Page (1) of 1 - 10/14/14 print page As Visual Effects Supervisors on Hollywood Blockbuster, ZERO's Artists Transform Boston, Elevate Action Sequences Throughout (October 14, 2014) DMN Newswire--2014-10-14-- ZERO ...
 Hollywood Industry1 week ago

Chucking had reached tipping point: ICC

MUMBAI: It began with West Indies offspinner Shane Shillingford being reported for a suspect action after the Test series against India last year. Since the past few months, the game's administrators, it seems, have been on a 'throw out the ...
 Times of India1 week ago

We're 20 yrs late: Hair

Former international umpire Darrell Hair has said the ICC's crackdown on bowlers with suspect actions has come 20 years too late, and that the weakness of umpires over time to do anything about the issue has helped created a "generation of ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Darrell Hair: ICC late in their crackdown against bowlers with illegal action  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

ICC's crackdown on 'chucking' has come 20 years too late: Darrell Hair

Darrell Hair, famous for calling Sri Lankan wizard Muttiah Muralitharan for chucking in 1995, reckons that the International Cricket Council's (ICC) crackdown on bowlers with suspect actions has come 20 years too late. Hair, who was the first ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago Hair says chucking crackdown too late  Lithgow Mercury1 week ago Darrell Hair says chucking crackdown is 20 years too late  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Chucking crackdown is 20 years too late: Hair  Blacktown Sun1 week ago

A world cup without mystery men?

Will next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand be a lesser event for the ICC's crackdown on illegal bowling actions? If Saeed Ajmal and Sunil Narine are there at all, their influence is sure to be diminished after remedial work on their ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago

5 Rugby: Magpies please Kirwan

One player has slipped through his fingers but Blues coach Sir John Kirwan is happy with the two Hawke's Bay Magpies in his stable. "Brendon O'Connor is a fantastic leader of his ilk and an outstanding man," Kirwan said yesterday during his ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago
Daily Maverick

The chucking clampdown: Nothing more than posturing?

The ICC's chucking clampdown is the third wave of serious policing of bowling actions in the game's history. While the idea is important, the ICC have, as usual, implemented the sudden action in the worst way possible. By ANTOINETTE MULLER. It has ...
 Daily Maverick2 weeks ago Is this man a chucker? month ago
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