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Kunal Ganju

I can answer questions about Cricket History, the Laws of Cricket, Test/ ODI records, rare or quirky occurences and other such things. I guess I can take a crack at anything that can be classified as "Cricket Trivia".

Colin Pearson

Cricket umpiring and scoring

Suhas L Sapre

I can help to give all questions regarding cricket laws, rules on both umpiring and cricket scoring. It will be a great pleasure to help any candidate who wants to clear the exam of BCCI. I can guide him how the questions are asked and the way they should be replied. I can also conduct classes for Cricket umpiring and scoring anywhere.

RKR Chirra

you can ask me questions on laws of cricket,subject to all but questions will be answered on the basis of icc conditions

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2014-10-20 fielding:

Law 41.8 ...   (b) In the outfield, fielders are permitted to move towards the striker or the strikerís wicket ... Anything other than slight movement off line or away from the striker is to be considered

2014-10-20 guard:

There is no limit on the distance that the striker may stand - just more risk that he will be stumped!    The limit of 5 feet specifically refers to the bowler.  The umpire has a duty to prevent avoidable

2014-10-20 end on match final score:

Law 21.6 explains that once the winning run is scored, nothing else counts.    If the team is on 99 chasing 100 then:   - if both batsmen complete one run before the ball crosses the boundary, then total

2014-10-17 Catch or Six:

The critical words are in 19.4 catch ends when "... complete control both over the ball and over his own movement."     In the scenario described, the fielder appears to have had complete control over

2014-10-16 cricket Rule for resumption of batting:

Dear Manesh,    For a batsman to resume his innings, you have to remember following things.    1. If a player is injured during play at anytime anywhere, his captain has a right to request to either umpire

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