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22 Nov 2012

Out twice in one ball

Australia's Ed Cowan suffered the ignominy of being dismissed twice in one ball by South Africa's Jacques Kallis - but how do the Laws decide what goes in the scorebook?

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22 Nov 2012

Seeing no balls in black and white...

After several decisions in the first Test between Australia and South Africa were overturned through no balls, MCC's Laws Department replies to those suggesting the Law should be more lenient...

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08 Oct 2012

Law or Playing Condition?

When we watch or listen to matches on the television or radio, there are often events that prompt the commentators to ask where such an eventuality is covered in the Laws.

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19 Sep 2012

The forgotten no ball

Graeme Cremer was denied the key scalp of Mahela Jayawardene in Zimbabwe's match against Sri Lanka at the ICC World Twenty20 due to a rare beast - the back-foot no ball.

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31 Aug 2012

Kartik incident - some clarifications

In response to Murali Kartik's run out of Somerset's Alex Barrow in Taunton, Lords.org clarifies some confusion around warnings, Laws and playing conditions.

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02 Aug 2012

Finn and Smith - what the Laws say

Steven Finn was denied Graeme Smith's wicket when Umpire Steve Davis signalled dead ball after the bowler disturbed the stumps at the non-striker's end. Was he right?

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01 Jun 2012

ICC moves towards day- night Test

The ICC has taken a further step towards the hosting of a first day-night Test, after their Cricket Committee met at Lord's.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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