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Soft signal helps negate over-reliance on technology: Simon Ta...

Former international umpire Simon Taufel remains one of the most revered figures in world cricket. Taufel officiated in 74 Tests, 174 ODIs and 34 T20s in a career that saw him being named the ICC's Umpire of the Year from 2004 to 2008.While the ... Cricbuzz.com, 1 month ago
Top 5 umpires currently in the world of cricket Sportskeeda.com, 1 month ago

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Cook ton adds to India's misery

Birmingham, England - Alastair Cook notched his 19th Test century as England reached 319 for two at tea on the second day of the third Test against India at Edgbaston on Thursday. Cook was 129 not out at the interval after captain Andrew Strauss ...
 NewsHub South Africa4 days ago

BCCI scraps captain's feedback on umpires

At a time when the Indian cricket board (BCCI) is trying to improve the quality of Indian umpires, it has decided to scrap the practice of the captain's report after each domestic match. Instead, the board has put the onus squarely on the match ...
 Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago

Is India ready to embrace DRS?

Times have changed and so have perspectives. India captain Virat Kohli's stand to introduce DRS in future is a shift from his predecessor's stance. Also, India now has a coach in Anil Kumble who is vociferous about the need to include DRS. On the ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago

CRICKETING MATTERS : The protective arm cover of the umpire

Bruce Oxenford, the Australian Cricket Umpire, at the beginning of 2016 hit upon the idea of fortifying the protection of the person of the umpire. His innovation, a pear shaped arm guard, came into play when in April 2016 he adorned himself ...
 Tanzania Citizen1 month ago Tanzania: The Protective Arm Cover of the Umpire  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Cricket: No blame for Hughes death

NO-ONE was to blame for the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, an inquest into his death found yesterday. Hughes died two days after being struck on the back of the head by a bouncer in a Sheffield Shield game between New South Wales and ...
 Morning Star Online1 month ago Death a tragic accident: Coroner  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago No one to blame for Phillip Hughes death - coroner  Cricket.co.uk1 month ago No sledging, no malicious intent in death of cricketer Phillip Hughes  Irish Independent1 month ago
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Bouncer definition could be redefined in wake of Hughes inquest

Cricket's definition of the bouncer is set to be globally redrawn following a key recommendation of the Phillip Hughes inquest, stemming from testimony from the ICC umpires training manager Simon Taufel. James Sutherland, the Cricket Australia ...
 Bombay News.Net1 month ago Clarify bouncer laws, Phillip Hughes inquest told  Bombay News.Net1 month ago Hughes inquest, what we learned on day two  Nine MSN2 months ago Phillip Hughes inquest told 'no intervention' could have saved cricketer's life  MSN UK2 months ago
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Yahoo! News Australia

Discussions likely on defining short-pitched bowling

James Sutherland, Cricket Australia's chief executive, has revealed discussions between crickets custodians could be held over the definition of short-pitched bowling after the findings of the Phil Hughes inquest were revealed by the New South Wales ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 month ago The definition of short-pitched bowling could undergo a change  Sportskeeda.com1 month ago Hughes inquest questions spirit of cricket (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia2 months ago Spirit of cricket a hot topic at inquest (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia2 months ago
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In their leg-before appeals, bowlers now have an extra stump to target

The BCCI has agreed to DRS for the England series beginning next week. As per the new rule on referrals, the zone that belongs to the bowler has increased by 3.8 cm in width — same as that of a stump. Why is the Decision Referral System (DRS) back ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Kumar Dharmasena's woes tell us umpiring is a thankless job, especially in the age of DRS

Being a cricket umpire is in many respects a fairly genteel affair. Players may sometimes snarlappeals in a manner which would emasculate Thor, but compared to what officials in footballdeal with, cricket is a quaint parlour game. Instances of ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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