In the aftermath of the latest World Cricket committee meeting, Mike Brearley says complacency is the biggest risk in cricket's corruption fight.
ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson has welcomed MCC's introduction of a new No ball Law.
The MCC World Cricket committee met in Auckland on the 25th and 26th February. The following statements were released at the conclusion of the meeting.
Corruption is the single biggest challenge facing cricket today, according to the former and current international players and officials that comprise MCC’s World Cricket committee.
Corruption was at the top of the agenda for the MCC World Cricket committee at its meeting in Auckland on 25 and 26 February.
MCC's World Cricket committee are meeting in Auckland on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 February - but what exactly is the WCC and why does it exist?
MCC's World Cricket committee will discuss corruption in cricket and the context of the international game, among other topical issues, when they meet in Auckland, New Zealand on 25 and 26 February 2013.
The MCC Committee has announced that, from 1 October 2013, the bowler breaking the stumps during the act of delivery shall be called a No ball.
Angus Fraser, MCC Committee Member and Steven Finn's coach at Middlesex, tells Lord's TV he is satisfied with the decision to make the bowler disturbing the stumps at his end a No ball.
Kane Richardson treading on his stumps in the Big Bash League clash between Adelaide Strikers and Perth Scorchers threw-up a complicated incident surrounding appeals.
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