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30 Sep 2010

MCC announce eight Law changes

MCC has introduced eight amendments or clarifications to the Laws of Cricket which come into effect today.

Jeetan Patel
01 Sep 2010

The best decision you'll ever see

The recent Test series between New Zealand and India produced an excellent example of the Law stating how the wicket is put down.

Adam Voges
01 Aug 2010

Quick-thinking catchers

You wait years for a peculiar incident to take place in cricket and then, like London buses, two turn up at once.

Australia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin
01 Jul 2010

Haddin's helping hand

The first ODI between Australia and New Zealand recently threw up one of those strange dismissals where no one quite knows what happened

Pink hats
01 Jun 2010

Cap in hand and other aids

Even leading internationals make basic mistakes that cost runs.

01 May 2010

Avoid the middle ground

If you were watching the India-Australia Test series at the end of last year, you might have spotted an incident in the third Test at Delhi.

Gary Pratt
01 Mar 2010

No substitute for a rest break

It has been a contentious issue ever since England over-indulged their players in the 2005 Ashes series - lengthy substitutions in the field, so the quick bowlers, and anyone who fancies it, can have a rest.

A run out in international cricket
01 Mar 2010

Honour on collision course

To run out or not to run out? The question twice cropped up in international cricket in 2008: two incidents where a batsman has been run out after being knocked off his feet by the bowler, leaving him stranded while attempting a run.

A cricket bat
01 Feb 2010

Bats? Bring back the cane

The domination of bat over ball may be coming to an end - or at least beginning to be restricted - with MCC’s new tweak to the Laws.

Lasith Malinga appealing for a wicket
01 Jan 2009

When is a batsman's leg before wicket?

The recent Test series between Sri Lanka and India saw the trial of a review system of umpires’ decisions, in which both teams had the chance to ask the third umpire for a confirmation of the facts where they relieved an injustice had been done.

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