Mumbai: Experts and scientists proved that silicone tapes on cricket bats can beat the Hot Spot technology which helps the third umpire judge edges and nicks better. According to a report in The Telegraph, researchers spent months testing the ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
Silicone tape could knock Hot Spot system for a six - Times Live South Africa, 2 weeks ago
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Melbourne coach Paul Roos has voiced his opposition to mid-season rule crackdowns, while also querying the goal review system. Roos thought Brisbane defender Pearce Hanley unlucky to be penalised for deliberately rushing a behind during the Lions' ...Melbourne Age, 1 month ago Coach Roos bemused by umpiring calls Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago AFL 2016 Melbourne coach Paul Roos bemused by umpiring calls WA Today, 1 month ago Melbourne coach Paul Roos bemused by umpiring calls Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
A s the ICC World Twenty20 tournament in India approaches, take a look at the fast-developing electronic innovation that has helped to transform cricket Cricket prides itself on its long history and tradition. Yet it also showcases some of the ...TelegraphBusiness, 1 month ago
Let the fiasco by which North Melbourne's Mason Wood spent the last 25 seconds of the match at Etihad Stadium standing on the boundary line with the ball tucked under his arm be a lesson: one clock is enough. On television, the clock can show the ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Why the AFL shot clock has to go Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Stop all the clocks WA Today, 1 month ago
Rajkot: Gujarat Lions all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was reprimanded by the match referee for showing dissent at the umpire's decision during the IPL match against Kings XI Punjab on Sunday. Jadeja was dismissed by Axar Patel for11 (11) ...ABP Live, 1 month ago
Could a smartphone app end the debate over controversial edges in club cricket? The inventor of Hawkeye is trialling a new system which could revolutionise the sport. Paul Hawkins has developed a device to detect edges for use in club cricket which ...Bombay News.Net, 2 months ago
@ 11:51 AM LONDON: Paul Hawkins, the man behind ball-tracking system Hawk-Eye, has come up with a technology which would detect even the faintest edge from the bat. Hawkins, who was a county player, is optimistic that his latest invention ...ARY News.tv, 2 months ago Did you nick it? Let's check on umpire's app... BBC, 2 months ago
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