Zing Bails Controversy and why ICC won’t review their use

The Zing Wicket System, created by South Australian manufacturer Zing International, has a sensor in the bails that can determine within 1/1000 of a second when the wicket is broken. Once the wicket is broken the bails instantaneously flash bright red LED lights and then send a radio signal to the stumps which also ignite. They are powered by low voltage batteries in each of … Continue reading Zing Bails Controversy and why ICC won’t review their use

What are the Public Screening Guidelines for CWC 2019 ?

ICC Business Corporation FZ LLC (IBC) , a company incorporated under the regulations of the Dubai Creative Clusters Authority is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the International Cricket Council Limited and was incorporated by the ICC and is sanctioned by the ICC to organise the Event and to exploit all commercial rights pertaining to the Event throughout the world. An event is considered a Public Screening Event … Continue reading What are the Public Screening Guidelines for CWC 2019 ?

Chandimal suspended for two matches under Article 2.5.2 (& His Right to Appeal under Article 8.2)

Dinesh Chandimal has been suspended from Sri Lanka’s upcoming two Twenty20 Internationals in the three-nation series after being found guilty of a serious over-rate offence in Saturday’s match against Bangladesh in Colombo. Chris Broad of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees imposed the fine after Chandimal’s side was ruled to be four overs short of their target when time allowances were taken into … Continue reading Chandimal suspended for two matches under Article 2.5.2 (& His Right to Appeal under Article 8.2)

PLAWYERED : SPORTS LAW MONTHLY ISSUE 18 IS HERE! *CELEBRATING OUR 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY*

Plawyered is now 2 years old! 28 days has February and 28 articles are loaded in this issue!!!!!  In this issue read, FIFA U-17 WORLD IN NUMBERS CLUB TRANSFERS STATS FIFA HUMAN RIGHTS ADVISORY BOARD: ACTIVITY REPORT’17 WFSGI CODE OF CONDUCT THE LUZHNIKI, A GREEN STADIUM SPORTS ARBITRATION RULES FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES AMENDMENTS TO THE CODE OF SPORTS-RELATED ARBITRATION ADMISSION TO THE OLYMPIC WINTER … Continue reading PLAWYERED : SPORTS LAW MONTHLY ISSUE 18 IS HERE! *CELEBRATING OUR 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY*

BCCI charges Yusuf Pathan under Anti-Doping Rule Violation (Article 2.1) & How BCCI examines Anti-Doping Rule Violation?

On 27th October 2017, Yusuf Pathan was charged with the commission of an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (ADRV) under the BCCI Anti-Doping Rules (ADR) Article 2.1 and provisionally suspended pending determination of the charge. Yusuf Pathan responded to the charge by admitting the ADRV and asserting that it was caused by his ingestion of a medication containing Terbutaline that had been mistakenly given to him instead … Continue reading BCCI charges Yusuf Pathan under Anti-Doping Rule Violation (Article 2.1) & How BCCI examines Anti-Doping Rule Violation?

Dhaka outfield rated “Poor” by ICC Match Referee

  The International Cricket Council (ICC)  announced that Jeff Crowe of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, who officiated in the first Test between Bangladesh and Australia in Dhaka from 27 to 30 August, has rated the Shere Bangla National Stadium outfield for that match as “poor.” In accordance with Clause 3 of the ICC Pitch and Outfield Monitoring Process, Jeff submitted his report … Continue reading Dhaka outfield rated “Poor” by ICC Match Referee

ICC Code of Conduct Level 1 breaches : August’17

Two suspension points equate to a ban from one Test or two ODIs or two T20Is, whatever comes first for the player. Demerit Points to remain on a Player or Player Support Personnel’s disciplinary record for a period of twenty-four (24) months from their imposition following which they will be expunged. Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty of an official reprimand, a maximum penalty … Continue reading ICC Code of Conduct Level 1 breaches : August’17