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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

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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2014-09-16 umpire question:

Dear Suneel,    Thanks for your question.    If you call No ball, the runs scored from the bat, will be divided in two sections. 1-Run No ball Extra and whatever runs scored of the bat will go to the credit

2014-09-05 follow on:

Dear Raman,    Thanks for getting back to me.    The preparation of working on cricket laws differ from person to person. But to the best of my knowledge, and as I am required to guide you I would like

2014-09-02 follow on:

Dear Raman,    Certainly if you work hard and are devoted, you can enjoy the job of umpiring. Cricket is the only game where umpire enjoys the game from very close distance and no other game mind well

2014-09-01 Cricket umpiring:

Dear Shreyash,    Thanks for your question.    You are too young to think on this line. You are just 16 and you must think of playing cricket. Play and enjoy cricket before you switch over to umpiring

2014-08-25 age limit associated with cricket:

Hi Abhishek,    Thanks for your question.     You are already 19 and how do you dream to play U-15/u-17? Anyhow, you are at such a age that you can play and perform in cricket. Always be positive, work

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