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 on Tuesday ... Jagran Post, 2 months ago
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Communications between on-field and television umpires are to be aired during Australia's forthcoming one-day international series with South Africa. The International Cricket Council announced it would conduct a trial period for the host ...Sri Lanka Sunday Leader, 1 week ago Third umpire to be heard on broadcast Herald Sun, 1 week ago Umpires wired for sound in Aus-SA series Special Broadcasting Service, 1 week ago On-field discussions to be aired AOL UK, 1 week ago
An independent test into the accuracy of the Decision Review System (DRS) technology is reportedly set to be launched by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The testing would cover all the tools that make up the contentious DRS, including ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
LAHORE - Discussions between the on-field and television umpires will be aired during Australia's upcoming one-day series against South Africa, the International Cricket Council said Wednesday. According to ICC release received here on Wednesday, ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago Umpire chats set to be aired New Straits Times, 1 week ago Umpire chats to be aired Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 week ago Broadcasting umpire chats to be trialled The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
The International Cricket Council is set to launch an independent study into the accuracy of DRS technology. The testing will cover all the tools that make up the contentious Decision Review System, including ball-tracking technology, Hot Spot and ...Canberra Times, 1 week ago Cricket's governing body to launch independent test of review system WA Today, 1 week ago
Umpires Steve Davis and Tony Hill check the light before sending the players off; England v Pakistan, 3rd Test, The Oval, August 20, 2010. Viewers will be able to hear the communications between the TV umpire and the on-field officials in the ...Antigua Observer, 1 week ago ICC tests umpire broadcasts The Witness, 1 week ago Television viewers to hear communication between cricket umpires Irie FM, 1 week ago Cricket fans to hear umpire conversations ITV.com, 1 week ago
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Dubai: In a bid to make umpiring more understandable to viewers, the International Cricket Council (ICC) Wednesday confirmed it would conduct a live-match trial where broadcasters will be permitted to air the decision-making communication between ...Sify, 1 week ago Broadcasters to air third-umpire discussions: ICC Daijiworldcom, 1 week ago ICC hopes India will eventually accept DRS Gulf News, 4 weeks ago
Viewers will be taken from the lounge room into the mind of the third umpire as part of an innovation in which the official presiding over the decision review system will be miked up on television to explain every step of his verdict. Plans are in ...Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago Third umpires to be wired for sound Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago Umpire decisions go live to air Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago Cricket umpires to be wired for sound in next Friday's Australia-South Africa one-dayer to explain decisions to viewers WA Today, 2 weeks ago
Sydney, Oct 28: International Cricket Council ( ICC ) chief executive Dave Richardson said Tuesday the game had reached the "straw that broke the camel's back" with suspect bowling actions, forcing the governing body to launch its controversial ...ThatsCricket, 3 weeks ago Richardson backs timing of bowling crackdown Antigua Observer, 3 weeks ago ICC forced to clamp down on chucking: Dave Richardson Chennai Online, 3 weeks ago Loughborough - Latest ICC Centre To Test Bowlers The Voice St Lucia, 4 weeks ago
International Cricket Council chief Dave Richardson says the game had reached the "straw that broke the camel's back" with suspect bowling actions, forcing the governing body to launch its controversial crackdown on chucking. While some have ...Melbourne Age, 4 weeks ago ICC says it could no longer ignore chucking Sydney Morning Herald, 4 weeks ago ICC had reached "straw that broke camel's back" with chucking WA Today, 4 weeks ago ICC had reached 'straw that broke camel's back' with chucking Canberra Times, 3 weeks ago
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