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Colin Pearson

Cricket umpiring and scoring. I can answer questions on MCC Laws of Cricket but not ICC and other special regulations, which are frequently changing. I cannot answer questions on careers as a cricket umpiring. For details of courses, visit (anywhere that has advertised), (UK only)

Suhas L Sapre

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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. I look forward to educate and promote local umpires in the days to come. I would help them to get through BCCI Level 1 exam.

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2016-09-30 signls by umpires:

The unfair movement must have happened before the striker received the ball - any later movement would be fair.    The Ball is considered Dead from that moment irrespective of when the umpire called it

2016-09-30 dead ball:

Yes. BEU should repeat all signals from SEU except Out. The scorers may not be looking at SEU.     On the surface it does seem a little unnecessary as the scorers will not have seen anything to record

2016-09-29 umpire:

Most cricket pitches are aligned North - South (but ends may be denoted in other ways)    Law 3 says that one umpire shall stand at each end - meaning one umpire at North End and one at South End.    If

2016-09-28 Obstruction by Non-striker:

Hi Prince,    In the first event, the striker will be declared out on appeal "Obstructing the field", and he is dismissed when they have crossed, the new batsman will go to the bowler's end and NS will

2016-09-28 short running:

Hi Prince,    When batsman hits the ball they take runs and only when ball crosses the boundary, they stop running and then BEU declares boundary ignoring thereby any short runs. Thus boundary is scored

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