ICC Cricket Committee Recommends Sending Off Of Players For ‘Serious Misconduct’ On The Field Of Play
The International Committee of Cricket Cricket Council (ICC) of Anil Kumble has made a number of recommendations after its annual meeting in London on Wednesday and Thursday. The Committee expressed its unanimous support for the creation of a Cricket competition and also reaffirmed its full support to the fact that cricket is involved in the Olympic Games.
The committee will recommend to the Committee of Chief Executives of the ICC that the decision review system (DRS) can be used in all international T20 games. Another recommendation is that teams do not lose count when reviewing low birth weight declarations as Appel referee.
However, if this were to be adopted, the eighty additional exams at Cricket would be dropped.
Cricket Committee also reviewed the new cricket laws (Code 2017) and recommended the adoption of most of the changes in legislation, which gives the largest possible arbitrators the power to send players from the field in response to the most serious incidents Of player misconduct, as the violence on the ground.
All other offenses continue to be prosecuted under the ICC Code of Conduct.
Other important changes in the laws that will be adopted by the ICC are restrictions on bat dimensions (edge thickness and bat depth) and a battery will have made its ground when a chateuse bouncing after being grounded behind the crease By a running batter or scuba.
If CEOs approve these recommended changes, the new CPI game conditions will take effect from October 1st.
A presentation of the results of the traffic minutes in England in the ODI series against Pakistan last year was given to the Commission, which recommends that the third referee calls all no balls in international matches using instant replays.
Kumble said: “We have had some wonderful days to discuss cricket issues and there are a number of strengths.” The first is the structure of international cricket and the Committee unanimously recommended that the context in the international game is important And welcome the new structure.
“The second is that the new gaming laws introduced by the MCC and they have adopted most of which include the size of the bats, which will help balance between the stick and the ball.
“The DRS, MIT has finished testing all available tools and adopted its recommendations regarding calibration. Overall, a great success two days.”
The other members of the committee were Clare Connor, Rahul Dravid, Adrian Griffiths, Mahela Jayawardene, David Kendix, Richard Kettleborough, Darren Lehman, Ranjan Madugalle, Tim May, Kevin O’Brien, Shaun Pollock, John Stephenson, Andrew Strauss, David White.