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The umpire, DRS and the ICC
Sri Lanka Daily News

The umpire, DRS and the ICC

The recently concluded Test series between Sri Lanka and England brought to light the imperfection of the Decision Review System (DRS) which has been in use for the past seven years. It is through trial and error that one can rectify and fine tune ... Sri Lanka Daily News, 2 weeks ago
Sangakkara annoyed by lack of DRS consistency Siasat Daily, 2 weeks ago

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Sydney Morning Herald

Coach Roos bemused by umpiring calls

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' ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago AFL 2016 Melbourne coach Paul Roos bemused by umpiring calls  WA Today1 month ago Roos left bemused by calls  Melbourne Age1 month ago Melbourne coach Paul Roos bemused by umpiring calls  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago

Aussies benefit from contentious DRS call

AUSTRALIA has benefitted from a contentious decision review system result in its one-day international against South Africa in Guyana. Having elected to bat, South Africa got off to a solid start when opener Quinton de Kock was sent on his way by ...
 Perth Now3 weeks ago

'Damning' Hawk-Eye howler

Hawk-Eye got the path of this delivery by Australia's Josh Hazlewood seriously wrong. Cricket's decision review system has come under scrutinyafter the Hawk-Eye ball tracking system was shown to get one wrong. South African batsman AB de ...
 Sunday Star-Times1 week ago Cricket's Hawk-Eye ball tracker gets one seriously wrong - but no harm done week ago Taylor calls for specialist umpires  Sunday Star-Times1 week ago Clued-up cricket umpires needed to support DRS, system founder Ian Taylor says  Unlimited Magazine1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

ICC set to consider DRS changes

The benefit of the doubt given to the batsman in the ICC's controversial decision review system (DRS) could soon be reduced by half. At present, at least half the ball has to be hitting between the inside half of leg and off stump for an LBW ...
 Nine MSN2 weeks ago DRS's most frustrating rule set to change  Perth Now2 weeks ago Benefit of doubt for LBW could reduce by half  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Cricket's most frustrating rule set to change  Perth Now2 weeks ago

'No DRS for UK voters' - Watson, Taylor share Brexit joke

Shane Watson appearedhappy for his reputation as a serial reviewer of umpiring decisions to be used for comedy effect following the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union. It was announced on Friday that the UK had voted in favour ...
 AOL UK4 days ago
Pakistan Today

Technology to detect the faintest edge of bat: expert

@ 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.tv2 months ago New technology developed to help umpires detect nicks  Dunya News2 months ago New invention to give umpires the edge  Herald Sun2 months ago Did you nick it? Let's check on umpire's app...  BBC2 months ago

Fannie And Freddie, AAR V. USDOJ, Alexander Hamilton, And The Appeal Of Judge Lamberth's Decision

Q1. What is the purpose of this article? A1. The primary purpose of this article is to review the opinion of the court written by Circuit Judge Brown in the Association of American Railroads (AAR) v. U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), et ...
 Seeking Alpha1 month ago
DNA India

Review committee fixes course of action

The Bangladesh Cricket Board's bowling action review committee chief Jalal Yunus on Tuesday said that the committee discussed their policy issues and will start their work from July 20. The BCB last week formed the four-member committee who are ...
 New Age Bangladesh5 hours ago ICC Cricket Committee worried about 'tailor-made' pitches for Test matches  DNA India3 weeks ago ICC panel raise concerns over 'home advantage' in Tests  India Today3 weeks ago ICC Cricket Committee concerned about quality of 'Test pitches'  New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

How a fine system for minor judiciary offences could cause inequality in the NRL

Introducing fines for minor judiciary charges could have a similar impact on the salary cap to third party deals if clubs are allowed to pay the penalty instead of the players. That is one of the issues a working party of NRL club chief executives, ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago A fine mess from a small change  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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