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 week ago
Enough bowlers with suspect action are playing: ICC GM Cricket - Business Standard, 2 months ago
Wearable sensors to detect chucking set for 2015 trial - Times Live South Africa, 1 week ago
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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 Herald, 2 months ago
ICC bowls out bowlers with suspect actions before WC The banning of Pakistan's champion off spinner Saeed Ajmal by the International Cricket Council for bowling with an illegal action shocked the writer who is an admirer of the always smiling and ...Sunday Observer, 2 days ago Is cricket throw the book at chuckers? Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago Is cricket finally ready to throw the book at chuckers? Canberra Times, 1 week ago What's next for Saeed Ajmal? Noodls, 1 week ago
Posted by: in E-Sports-1 4 mins ago Comments Off 1 Views DUBAI (BBC): Technology to monitor bowling actions could be trialled in a match in 2015, says the International Cricket Council. A project to develop in-match testing by using sensors ...Frontier Post, 1 week ago ICC set for in-match bowling trials BBC, 1 week ago
(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) ICC hopes technology can help make violations clear-cut through measured real-time data.Combination of pictures shows pakistan's saeed ajmal bowling during the first test against england at the dubai International Cricket ...MENAFN, 1 week ago
By | Sportskeeda ICC is working on development of sensors to detect illegal bowling action during international matches Having upped the ante against suspected illegal bowling actions, the International Cricket Council (ICC) is working to ...Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
Spate of incidents puts pressure on international governing body Dhaka: Melbourne Paceman Al-Amin Hossain has become the second Bangladesh bowler to be reported for a suspect action on the team's disastrous tour of the West Indies, cricket's world ...Gulf News, 1 week ago Bangla pacemen reported for chucking Gulf News, 1 week ago
Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal bowls during a practice session. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters The ICC is cautiously optimistic that wearable sensors can provide the technological breakthrough needed to stamp out illegal bowling actions but does not expect them to be ready for trial in matches before mid-2015. - Ajmal vows to return with clean action, eyes 2015 World Cup - Akhtar advises Ajmal to challenge ICC ban; Saqlain offers help - Everything you want to know about controversial Pak ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Ajmal was the sixth bowler reported and is the fourth to be suspended since last December, highlighting the International Cricket Council's belated crackdown on bowlers who throw. All are off-spinners. Embarrassingly the loose-limbed Ajmal has been ...NEWS.com.au, 1 week ago UWA queries chucking independence WA Today, 1 month ago Uni of WA questions independence Melbourne Age, 1 month ago Uni of WA casts doubt on independence of cricket's 'chucking' procedures Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
Northland hosted Ranfurly Shield holders Hawke's Bay in their ITM Cup match in Whangarei. FULLTIME 83mins - NOR 23-21 HB TRY! Michael Stolberg muscles his way over in the left corner. HAWKINS SLOTS IT STRAIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE FOR THE WIN! ...ONE News, 2 weeks ago Hawkins breaks Magpies hearts at death ONE News, 2 weeks ago Hawke's Bay stunned by Northland in thriller ONE News, 2 weeks ago
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