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cricket bat sizes
03 Jun 2016

MCC to act on bat sizes

MCC is to debate and decide on a proposal to limit bat sizes in cricket in the Laws of the game over the next six weeks.

Laws App
12 May 2016

MCC releases Laws of Cricket app

MCC has released the first ever Laws of Cricket app, available to download free on Android and Apple devices.

ricky pontin aleem da
09 Feb 2016

MCC to trial "red cards" for bad behaviour

MCC, the Guardians of the Laws of Cricket, is to trial new on-field sanctions including penalty runs and the removal of players from the field in an attempt to arrest declining standards of player behaviour.

steve smith celebrates a catch
30 Sep 2015

Laws updated allows 'significant' fielder movement

MCC has announced an update to the Laws of Cricket which will, in some circumstances, allow a fielder to move significantly before the ball has reached the batsman.

02 Sep 2015

Marsh wants ball tampering legalised

Rod Marsh has backed experimenting with allowing the legalisation of ball tampering in order to address the balance between bat and ball in the modern game.

rod marsh delivers the Cowdrey Lecture 2015
01 Sep 2015

Marsh calls for return to back foot No ball Law

Rod Marsh has used his MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture to call for a return to the back-foot No ball Law in order to protect umpires from potential injury or even death.

Laws Animations
20 May 2015

New Laws animations voiced by Stephen Fry

MCC has released a new set of animations explaining five more Laws of cricket, narrated by Stephen Fry.

Ab de Villiers
04 Feb 2015

MCC monitoring bat performance at ICC World Cup

MCC, the Guardians of the Laws of Cricket, will continue to closely monitor the performance of bats during the upcoming Cricket World Cup.

Cameron White Melbourne Stars
20 Jan 2015

Laws: Clarification on White boundary catch

After many, including Glenn Maxwell, were caught out by a change to the Laws regarding Boundary catching, MCC clarifies the circumstances surrounding the Cameron White catch.

Sheila Hill and Charlotte Edwards
05 Jan 2015

Sheila Hill retires from Laws sub-committee

Sheila Hill, who has played a vital role in shaping the Laws of Cricket and training umpires for more than 25 years has retired from MCC's Laws sub-committee.

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