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20 Jul 2017

Stumped! - Was Taylor's brilliance a No Ball?

Jonny Singer explores the Laws of the game to answer two stumping incidents that caused controversy during the week. 

Roy
26 Jun 2017

Jason Roy - Obstructing the field?

On Friday night we witnessed one of the lesser-spotted methods of dismissal in England’s Twenty20 International defeat by South Africa.

lord's bails
16 Jun 2017

Tethered Bails used for first time at Lord's

Tethered bails were used for the first time at Lord’s this week during the MCC Universities Challenge Final.

31 May 2017

ICC Cricket Committee approve new Law changes

The International Cricket Council (ICC) have considered the new Laws of Cricket (2017 Code) and has recommended the adoption of the majority of changes to the Laws.

 

12 May 2017

Solving the strangest wicket in cricket

An interesting incident took place in Melbourne last weekend when Moonee Valley Cricket Club played Strathmore Heights, leaving many questioning the Laws of both cricket and physics.

cricket umpires
11 Apr 2017

Summary of new Laws of Cricket released

MCC has today issued a summary document outlining all the changes to the Laws of Cricket that will come into effect around the world on 1 October 2017.

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06 Mar 2017

MCC announces bat size limit

Specific limitations to feature in new Laws of Cricket, alongside on-field sanctions for poor behaviour and protection from 'bouncing bat' run outs.

cricket umpire
27 Jan 2017

MCC publishes Laws into Urdu and Xhosa

Urdu and Xhosa become twelfth and thirteenth languages of the Laws of Cricket

red cards
07 Dec 2016

WCC 'sending off' close to becoming Law

A set limit for the sizes of bats, as well as giving umpires the power to send off players were the key statements from the MCC World Cricket committee meeting in Mumbai.

chris gayle batting
12 Jul 2016

WCC backs further bat size limitations

MCC's World Cricket committee believes the time is right to introduce further bat size limitations to the Laws of Cricket.

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