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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

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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2016-08-25 cricket in spectacles:

There is nothing in MCC Laws of Cricket to prohibit the wearing of spectacles.    Indeed a number of professional players do so although many of them prefer to use contact lenses instead.    Obviously

2016-08-25 fast bowler:

I am not quite sure what you are asking.    Laws of Cricket do not specify metres per second. may help.    Within ECB (England

2016-08-23 I want to become an Umpire:

Dear Vishal,    Its a good thought to become an umpire. You have been a bit late and I am afraid if you ever achieve your goal. The reason is that you are already 38, besides that BCCI level 1 exam was

2016-08-21 Getting out on a beamer:

Law 42.6(b) says that a beamer is a No Ball.    Unless there is some extremely unusual situation (eg umpire has made a mistake or the bails have fallen off prior to receipt - in which case ball is Daed)

2016-08-21 Cricket Scoring:

Dear Akshay,    Its a great work on your part which inspired you to take up cricket scoring. I appreciate your love for the game and that you have done a good thing to the sports. By doing scoring in college

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