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Clarke feels sorry for India over Pujara's wrong dismissal

Clarke feels sorry for India over Pujara's wrong dismissal

Umpires' poor performance comes to the fore even as India's stand against DRS costs them dear Josh Hazlewood of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of Cheteshwar Pujara at the Gabba on Wednesday. Photograph: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara's unfortunate dismissal in the second Test at the Gabba on Wednesday caused a row on Twitter, with Australia’s Michael Clarke also sympathising with him and the tourists. Pujara was wrongly given out after a Josh ..., 22 hours ago
Indians dig in over DRS Dominion Post, 6 hours ago

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Controversial umpire crew causing headaches across baseball

Does baseball have an umpire problem? Is the tension worsening between umpires and players and managers, as Detroit manager Jim Leyland would have us believe? Uh, no. Welcome to summer, when the weather and tempers heat up. We did see 16 ejections ...
 SI.com15 hours ago Umpiring certification training starts today  Marianas Variety9 hours ago Henrik Ehlers to be 2015 HIL umpires manager  Prokerala4 weeks ago Gribble named HIL lead umpires manager  Nerve1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

LBW decisions in favour of home team reduced

Umpires Billy Bowden and Asad Rauf in between a discussion during a cricket match (Photo: AFP) London : An Indian-origin researcher's study has come to a conclusion that the number of LBW decisions in favour of the home team has dropped ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Home umpires do favour own teams during Test matches: Study  Yahoo! Malaysia2 days ago Home Umpires Favor Own Teams In Cricket Test Matches  Eurasia Review2 days ago Home umpires favour own teams during Test matches: Study  Times of India1 day ago

LBW rulings in favour of hosts dropped due to neutral umpires

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS An Indian-origin researcher's study has come to a conclusion that the number of LBW decisions in favour of the home team has dropped considerably following the introduction of neutral umpires in Test ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara fined by ICC for showing dissent

Sangakkara has been fined 15 percent of his match fee for disputing an umpire's decision Prolific Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara has been fined 15 percent of his match fee for showing dissent at an Umpire's decision, during the sixth One-Day ...
 India Today2 days ago Sangakkara fined for breaching ICC code of conduct  Business Standard3 days ago ICC fines Pakistan's Misbah-ul-Haq for showing dissent in 2nd ODI against New Zealand  DNA4 days ago Misbah-ul Haq fined, Adam Milne censured  Zee News5 days ago
IBN Live

Umpires step in as tensions boil over in first Test between Australia and India

Umpires had to intervene when tempers boiled over between Australian and Indian players in the first Test in Adelaide on Friday, as the home side took control. Things got testy as David Warner was bowled by express paceman Varun Aaron for 66, only to be ...
 Zee News6 days ago David Warner, Varun Aaron in war of words over no-ball dismissal  IBN Live6 days ago Tempers  The Telegraph5 days ago Aaron-Warner on-field spat heats up Adelaide Test  India Today6 days ago
ESPN Cricinfo

Tensions rise as players lose cool

The unnatural calm that existed between these two teams evaporated in the Adelaide heat when the umpires had to intervene on at least two occasions to separate the squabbling players. David Warner and Virat Kohli were involved in both instances, but as ...
 ESPN Cricinfo6 days ago
One India

When elephants fight, the grass suffers

It is not difficult to imagine the stockmarket as a cricket field. There are batsmen, bowlers, umpires, support staff, administrators and the media. Some might even think of it as a regulated sport. There are rules, punishments and established ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Indian-origin umpire dies after being hit by cricket ball  One India2 weeks ago FACTBOX-Cricket-Deaths caused from on-field incidents  Reuters3 weeks ago
Radio New Zealand

Club cricket facing umpire shortage

Top club cricketers are being forced to officiate games themselves due to an umpire shortage. New Zealand cricket umpire Billy Bowden signals a six. Photo: PHOTOSPORT Cricket Wellington Umpires chairman Grant McAlister said every weekend ...
 Radio New Zealand2 days ago Umpire dies in Israeli cricket match after being struck on the head by a ball  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago Umpire passes away post being hit by ball during cricket match in Israel  Business Standard2 weeks ago Former Israel cricket team captain dies after being hit by ball  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Indian umpire S Ravi included in 25-member list for ICC World Cup

Indian umpire S Ravi was on Wednesday named in a 25-member list of match officials for next year's ICC ODI World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
 Zee News2 weeks ago India's Ravi in ICC panel of umpires for World Cup  Rediff.com2 weeks ago ICC unveils umpires, match officials for coveted 2015 World Cup  India Today2 weeks ago S Ravi in ICC panel of umpires for World Cup  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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