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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.

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20 Jan 2015

Laws Animations: Boundary Catching

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.

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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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15 Oct 2014

MCC happy with Steve Smith catch

MCC has clarified the current application of the Laws of Cricket on 'significant movement' of fielders, which was brought into light by Australia's Steve Smith during a recent One Day International against Pakistan.

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05 Aug 2014

Saif Ali Khan narrates Hindi Laws animations

MCC has released five new animations explaining some of cricket’s more intricate Laws, narrated in Urdu by former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja and in Hindi by Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan.

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18 Jul 2014

The Laws of Cricket explained

MCC has released five new animations explaining some of cricket’s more intricate Laws, voiced by Stephen Fry.

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Strauss: "The ball is going further these days"

MCC's World Cricket committee has called for ICC to state its long-term vision for cricket after its second meeting of 2014 at Lord's this week.

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05 Mar 2014

Vernon Philander's glove

Vernon Philander's right batting glove formed the centre of a cricket storm when he was handed a reprieve during the thrilling finale to the third South Africa v Australia Test in Cape Town.

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31 Jan 2014

Bouncing bats and run outs

MCC Laws Manager Fraser Stewart has clarified Law 29 (batsman out of his ground) after Eoin Morgan was run out during the second t20 between England and Australia in Melbourne.

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15 Jan 2014

Marsh - DRS is stronger than ever

MCC's World Cricket committee has released statements on the World Test Championship, illegal bowling actions, corruption, the Future Tours Programme, the Indian Premier League and cricket in China following its latest meeting, at the Yas Viceroy Hotel, Abu Dhabi on 13 and 14 January 2014.

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