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Enough bowlers with suspect action are playing: ICC GM Cricket

The GM (Cricket) of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Geoff Allardice has admitted that enough scrutiny hasn't been done to curb chucking, although there are "enough bowlers with suspect action" playing competitive cricket. The concerns ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

5 Rugby: Injuries force changes in trial lineups

The withdrawal of New Zealand under-20s lock Geoff Cridge has taken some of the gloss off tonight's Hawke's Bay Magpies rugby trial in Waipukurau. Cridge was to mark his Hastings Rugby and Sports clubmate Tom Parsons, who is captaining the Hawke's ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago 4 Rugby: Pair add spice to locking battle  New Zealand Herald1 month ago

Awards for quality, safety and service held

Air Products South Africa has recognised and honoured employees who have stood out in the past year for their outstanding performance in customer service and commitment to the company's ethos. We strive to create a work ethic among our people for ...
 Gas World16 hours ago

Zimbabwe's Utseya latest to have action reported

Zimbabwe all-rounder Prosper Utseya has become the fourth off-spinner to be reported for an illegal bowling action by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in recent months as the governing body continued their crackdown on the issue. The ... week ago ICC cracking down on actions  Dominion Post1 week ago Another off-spinner reported for illegal action  The Nation.lk1 week ago Zimbabwe: What the Hell Is Going On?  AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Abu Dhabi National

Ajmal to face chucking test

CRICKET's most feared spin bowler will be thrown at the mercy of modern technology in Brisbane this week to sort out whether he is a chucker. Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal is scheduled on Monday to have his controversial bowling action analysed ... week ago Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal is biggest name so far in ICC's bowling witch hunt  Abu Dhabi National3 weeks ago

ICC to extend testing for chucking

Caption: The $29 million National Cricket Centre in Brisbane, which opened last November and pictured above, includes a state-of-the-art advanced motion analysis camera system in the indoor nets facility The International Cricket Council's renewed ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago
WA Today

UWA queries chucking independence

The University of Western Australia, until recently the main destination for bowlers with dubious actions, has cast doubt on the independence of the International Cricket Council's new testing procedures as the governing body cracks down on ...
 WA Today2 weeks ago Uni of WA questions independence  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Uni of WA casts doubt on independence of cricket's 'chucking' procedures  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Uni of WA questions independence of cricket's 'chucking' procedures  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago
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ICC warn Trent Bridge over pitch

Trent Bridge has been handed an official warning by the International Cricket Council for the wicket produced in last month's drawn first Investec Test against India. An ICC statement revealed the sanction today after . ICC general manager - ...
 Noodls4 weeks ago Trent Bridge pitch to be relaid  Howzit MSN4 weeks ago Notts Warned Over Trent Bridge Pitch  Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 weeks ago Ind-Eng: ICC issues official warning for 'poor' Trent Bridge pitch  NetIndia123.com4 weeks ago
Sky Sports

Anderson cleared to play

James Anderson has been cleared to play in the fourth Investec Test against India after he was found not guilty of breaching the International Cricket Council's Code of Conduct. An ICC statement confirmed the decision following a six-hour hearing ...
 Noodls1 month ago Anderson and Jadeja cleared  Sky Sports1 month ago Anderson not guilty of ICC breach  MSN UK1 month ago

Anderson and Jadeja declared not guilty

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS The International Cricket Council (ICC)'s judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis A.M. declared that England's James Anderson and India's Ravindra Jadeja were not guilty of breaching the ICC's Code of ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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