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Colin Pearson

Cricket umpiring and scoring

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".

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

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.

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2014-08-17 out:

Dear MD,      For the following (10) dismissals a batsman can be called out:        1. Bowled  2. Caught  3. Handled the ball,  4. Hit the ball twice  5. Hit wicket    6. LBW  7. Obstructing the field

2014-08-17 umpire 1 level exam:

Dear Renjith,    Thanks for your interest in taking up the job of umpiring. I am sorry to tell you that there is no such information to pass on to you. The exam is very much due but the present scenario

2014-08-17 cricket statistician:

Dear Dilip,    Thanks for your query.     As far as statisticians are concerned, there is no course for that nor there is any exam. But you have to develop your skill and interest yourself. You have to

2014-08-14 Calculation of last hour overs:

Dear Manish,    Here is how the overs are calculated if there are interruptions during the last hour.    Overs          Ovrs     Overs        Over Rem. To be  To be Bowled /Bowled

2014-08-12 Caught Out.:

Dear Kawaljeet,      No, the completion of the catch is only considered if action of a fielder starts withing the field of play and finishes his action within the field of play. It is must for a fielder

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