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About 22 results for "icc high performance manager for umpires"

Australian cricket attendances grow to more than 1.7 million

Australian cricket continued to build on the success of last year's home ICC Cricket World Cup, with the past 12 months featuring records for attendance, TV viewing and online audiences, highlighting the game's position as the country's number one ... The Sports Campus, 1 month ago

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NDTV, 6 months ago

Umpires come to the fore in the India vs New Zealand series

Umpires have one of the hardest jobs in cricket (Courtesy: Bcci.tv) Umpiring is the second most thankless job in cricket after that of a wicket-keeper. When a wicket-keeper drops a catch or misses a stumping, all the good work that he had done ...
 Sportskeeda.com2 months ago

Hero worship: A tribute to Pakistan's cricket captains

On November 8 [1997], the seemingly indomitable South Africans lifted the Golden Jubilee trophy by comfortably beating Sri Lanka at Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium, the venue of the latter's most memorable triumph in cricket. Rolling the final, the ...
 DAWN Group5 hours ago
Gulf Times

India vs England: Decision Review System to make debut in upcoming series but debate still rages

New Delhi: India will become the last Test nation to embrace cricket`s decision review system (DRS) this week, ending their resistance to on-field technology at a time of growing debate about its impact on the game. While the recent series ...
 ZeeNews.com4 weeks ago DRS makes India debut but debate still rages  Economic Times4 weeks ago Decision Review System to make debut in upcoming series but debate still rages  The Echo Of India4 weeks ago
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Recalling Duncan Spencer, the cricketer who lived fast and bowled even faster

Duncan Spencer played football as a kid, before taking up cricket and becoming a batsman. Then he found his sporting superpower: he could bowl quite quick By Rob Smyth for The Nightwatchman, of the Guardian Sport Network You may not have heard of ...
 The Guardian1 month ago

Talking cricket with Sunil Gavaskar - The whole nine yards

THE BIG INTERVIEW Chetan Narula Playing with a straight bat! Sunil Gavaskar talks cricket and is forthright in praise or criticism Getty Sunil Gavaskar is the grand old face of Indian cricket. Since making his debut for India in 1971, ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 month ago
Stuff.co.nz

Batting partner denies 'kill' sledge

Phillip Hughes' batting partner when he was fatally felled by a cricket ball says he's confident NSW paceman Doug Bollinger didn't say something like "I'm going to kill you" before the tragic incident. South Australian batsman Tom Cooper, who was ...
 Stuff.co.nz1 month ago
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Firstpost.com

India vs New Zealand, Highlights, Indore Test, Day 4: ...

Highlights 16:47 (IST) After 44.5 overs, New Zealand 153 all out; India win by 321 runs 16:13 (IST) After 35overs, New Zealand 138/8(BJ Watling 7, Trent Boult0); need 337 to win 16:04 (IST) BOWLED 'EM! Ashwin gets his 10th wicket in this ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
Financial Express

Pak vs WI, 3rd ODI, Abu Dhabi: Pakistan win toss, to bat first

Live Cricket Score Pakistan vs West Indies: Pakistan captain Azhar Ali won the toss and has opted to bat first against the West Indies in the 3rd ODI on Wednesday in Abu Dhabi. Live Score, Pak vs WI, 3rd ODI, Abu Dhabi: Besides ODIs, Pakistan and ...
 Financial Express2 months ago
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