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28 May 2012

Brearley blog: Welcome to WCC

In his latest blog, exclusively for Lords.org, MCC World Cricket committee Chairman Mike Brearley welcomes his four new Members, and thanks those leaving.

10 May 2012

MCC looking at switch hit options

MCC’s Laws Sub Committee is examining at the Laws in relation to the switch hit, which has caused the ICC to consider introducing a new playing regulation.

05 May 2012

Bearley meets Flanagan and May

Mike Brearley, Sir Ronnie Flanagan and Tim May have met for the first time face-to-face in joint discussions on how to combat corruption.

05 Apr 2012

KP, Dilshan and the switch-hit

Kevin Pietersen was warned for time wasting after Tillakaratne Dilshan pulled out of his delivery stride when Pietersen shaped to 'switch-hit'. Was this right?

24 Mar 2012

Dravid urges more pink ball trials

Rahul Dravid has called for more national boards to have the “courage” to trial pink ball, day-night cricket.

05 Mar 2012

Tendulkar run out- what the Law says

Sachin Tendulkar, David Hussey and Brett Lee were all involved in controversial incidents during the India v Australia ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 26 February, which brought the Laws to people’s attention.

05 Feb 2012

Tendulkar run out- what the Law says

Sachin Tendulkar, David Hussey and Brett Lee were all involved in controversial incidents during the India v Australia ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 26 February, which brought the Laws to people’s attention.

16 Nov 2011

WICB announce 2012 pink-ball fixtures

Pink-ball day/night cricket will again feature in the 2012 West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) regional four day first-class competition.

20 Jul 2011

Strauss supports lie detector idea

Andrew Strauss has voiced his support for the MCC World Cricket Committee’s (WCC) suggestion that lie detector tests could be used to prevent corruption in cricket.

19 Jul 2011

WCC on Test cricket & corruption

Following their eleventh meeting the MCC World Cricket Committee has issued a number of statements on topics ranging from the future of Test cricket, through corruption in the sport, to the Umpire Decision Review System.

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