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Red cards in cricket: Arming umpires with this disciplinary tool is a bad idea
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Thickness of bat doesn't matter, it's the talent of ...

The World Cricket committee of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), who are the guardians of the game`s rules and regulations, recommended last month that limitations be placed on the thickness of bats. AFP | Last Updated: Monday, January 9, 2017 - 10:45 Uttar ... Zee News, 1 month ago
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MCC World Cricket Committee recommends law changing thickness of edge of depth of bat

8 Dec 2016 The MCC World Cricket Committee which met in Mumbai over past two days came out with some game-changing recommendations.These recommendations will be put forth to the main committee of the MCC for approval before they become Laws of the game.
 News on Air2 months ago Red cards recommended for cricket  MSN India2 months ago MCC moves to limit bat dimensions  ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago Here's why MCC dismissed Tendulkar's two pitch theory...  Rediff.com2 months ago
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MCC sticks with present ball-tampering law

Complications arising from the Faf du Plessis ball-tampering episode forced a rethink of the rule, but the MCC world cricket committee has resisted making changes to Law 42.3
 ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago
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Heyhoe Flint, 1st women's cricket superstar dies

Rachael Heyhoe Flint, who captained England to World Cup glory in 1973, has died at 77. Heyhoe Flint's death was announced by the Marylebone Cricket Club on Thursday, AP reported. Heyhoe Flint represented England for nearly 20 years in 45 Tests and one-day internationals. "She was the first global superstar in the women's game and her overall contribution to MCC, cricket and sport in general was immense," MCC President Matthew Fleming said. Heyhoe Flint was one of the MCC's first female ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Heyhoe Flint, 1st global star of women's cricket, dies at 77  Business Standard1 month ago

Watson not in favour of limiting bat sizes

Former Australia all-rounder Shane Watson is opposed to the idea of limiting the size of bats in international cricket.The Marylebone Cricket Club's (MCC) World Cricket Committee, after a two-day conference in Mumbai last week, has recommended putting a ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Watson opposes MCC's proposed restriction on bat sizes  Business Standard2 months ago

Caribbeans flatter to deceive, again

Sandwiched between South Africa's resurgence and Sri Lanka's revival in the latter half of the year was a familiar tale of West Indies who promised much but delivered much less. The men from the Caribbean were off to a brilliant start in 2016, winning as many ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Veteran umpire Kulkarni welcomes move to empower officials

Taking objection to what Manjrekar had to say about the officiating, following excessive appealing by the Bombay players, Kulkarni warned the concerned team. As captain, Manjrekar was expected to exercise control over his team.
 The Hindu2 months ago
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