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New ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Going South » Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:45 pm

Kohli & Other Cricketer’s career in danger after introduction of ICC’s new Rules

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has introduced a number of changes that will come into effect from September 28 in all International formats as announced by International Cricket Council (ICC). With the changes coming into effect on Thursday, it will affect the upcoming South Africa-Bangladesh and Pakistan-Sri Lanka Test series, while the ongoing ODI series between India and Australia will be the last one to play with the existing regulations.

Some of the key changes in the rules are:

1. PLAYER SEND-OFF :

“A player can now be sent off the field for the remaining match for serious misconduct, meaning it will apply to Level 4 offenses, which includes threatening to assault an umpire, physically assaulting a player or any other person.”

On field, Umpire will show a red card to a player for misconduct and if a team gets more than 4 red cards, the whole team will be eliminated from playing that match!
So, basically, Cricket fans won’t be able to watch the full match, if Pakistan or Australia is one of the opponents.

Be careful !


2. DRS Rule:

According to this rule “A review will now not be lost by a team in case of a decision that remains unchanged due to ‘umpire’s call’. In Test matches, there will be no renewal after 80 overs, so only 2 unsuccessful reviews per innings”

The Aussies dressing room will become free as they will use their 2 unsuccessful DRS (Dressing Room System).

Teams will be allowed to use DRS in T20Is.

Good News for Umpires in Indian T20I matches, because MS Dhoni will help them make quicker decisions(as quick as his stumping), as you all know it is the Dhoni Review System when he is playing.


3. CATCHES :

A batsman can now be out, caught, stumped or run out even if the ball bounces off the helmet worn by a fielder or wicket-keeper.

Soon “One Tip One Hand Rule” will be introduced in International Cricket.

4. BAT SIZE :

“Rules for length & Width remains unchanged but the thickness of the edges can’t be more than 40mm and the overall depth can be a maximum of 67 mm.

Looking at the changes in bat sizes, you can easily predict the bat size in the coming years :



ICC rules are highly inspired by Gully Cricket they might make few more changes in the coming years :

i) If the batsman hits the ball out of the stadium, 12th man of that team will go and find the ball. Indian 12th man will be really pissed off with Rohit after this rule gets introduced.

ii) Players like Bumrah will be allowed at least 2 No-Balls per match.

iii) The eleventh player will get to bat after the 10th wicket falls and can only get runout at his running end.

iv) 20 Runs to be added to opponent team’s final total, if players like R.Jadeja / Ashwin / Ishant Sharma is not included in Playing XI.

v) Under “ICC Employment Program” drinks will be served by one and only Stuart Binny, even if India is not playing.

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Bhumin » Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:29 pm

Going South wrote:Kohli & Other Cricketer’s career in danger after introduction of ICC’s new Rules

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has introduced a number of changes that will come into effect from September 28 in all International formats as announced by International Cricket Council (ICC). With the changes coming into effect on Thursday, it will affect the upcoming South Africa-Bangladesh and Pakistan-Sri Lanka Test series, while the ongoing ODI series between India and Australia will be the last one to play with the existing regulations.

Some of the key changes in the rules are:

1. PLAYER SEND-OFF :

“A player can now be sent off the field for the remaining match for serious misconduct, meaning it will apply to Level 4 offenses, which includes threatening to assault an umpire, physically assaulting a player or any other person.”

On field, Umpire will show a red card to a player for misconduct and if a team gets more than 4 red cards, the whole team will be eliminated from playing that match!
So, basically, Cricket fans won’t be able to watch the full match, if Pakistan or Australia is one of the opponents.

Be careful !


2. DRS Rule:

According to this rule “A review will now not be lost by a team in case of a decision that remains unchanged due to ‘umpire’s call’. In Test matches, there will be no renewal after 80 overs, so only 2 unsuccessful reviews per innings”

The Aussies dressing room will become free as they will use their 2 unsuccessful DRS (Dressing Room System).

Teams will be allowed to use DRS in T20Is.

Good News for Umpires in Indian T20I matches, because MS Dhoni will help them make quicker decisions(as quick as his stumping), as you all know it is the Dhoni Review System when he is playing.


3. CATCHES :

A batsman can now be out, caught, stumped or run out even if the ball bounces off the helmet worn by a fielder or wicket-keeper.

Soon “One Tip One Hand Rule” will be introduced in International Cricket.

4. BAT SIZE :

“Rules for length & Width remains unchanged but the thickness of the edges can’t be more than 40mm and the overall depth can be a maximum of 67 mm.

Looking at the changes in bat sizes, you can easily predict the bat size in the coming years :



ICC rules are highly inspired by Gully Cricket they might make few more changes in the coming years :

i) If the batsman hits the ball out of the stadium, 12th man of that team will go and find the ball. Indian 12th man will be really pissed off with Rohit after this rule gets introduced.

ii) Players like Bumrah will be allowed at least 2 No-Balls per match.

iii) The eleventh player will get to bat after the 10th wicket falls and can only get runout at his running end.

iv) 20 Runs to be added to opponent team’s final total, if players like R.Jadeja / Ashwin / Ishant Sharma is not included in Playing XI.

v) Under “ICC Employment Program” drinks will be served by one and only Stuart Binny, even if India is not playing.

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Mick180461 » Tue Sep 26, 2017 10:37 pm

The rule changes have come into place due to new Laws introduced by the Marlybone Cricket Club (who own ths Laws of Cricket) . The new bat rules are definitely a good thing, it is not good for the game to see misshits going 20 rows back in the crowd, 6s should come from the middle of the bat, a result of skill, not how big the bat is.
Don't know if i ever seen a Red Card incident in International Cricket, maybe Lillee & Miandad, a few Yellow Cards maybe.
Definitely like the new DRS, a team was losing a review over 1mm, thats the type of decision the DRS is there for.
Tethered Bails, i need to see how it works 1st.
Out off Helmet, no probs with that.
Bouncing Bat, have never understood why a batsman can be given out after planting his bat accross the line, should be safe.
No ball bouncing twice, will get curators thinking twuce about producing low, slow wkts with no bounce.
Umpire recalling Batsman even after they have left the field of play, agree with this as a way to speed up play as most times the batsman is still given out.
A batsman can no longer repeatedly take strike in the protected are of the pitch, not quite sure what they mean, who takes strike 2m from the popping crease?
Handled the ball will now be given out as Obstructing the Field.
If a T20 match is reduced to 6 overs or less, you will only need to use 3 bowlers under the new rules, good idea if we're only getting a 12 over match lets have the best Bowlers bowling.
A fielder catching the ball on the rope must do so only from the field of play, no stepping outside the ropes leaping up taking the catch in mid air throwing the ball while still in the air and it being caught.

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Paddles » Wed Sep 27, 2017 2:23 am

"Dressing Room System" :)
Law 31.6 - benefit of the doubt for an dismissal appeal goes to the batsman
A third umpire call for a run out or stumping is a referral, not a review.

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Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby raja » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:05 am

http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/ ... ptember-28

Some changes
- Red card concept now introduced (I wonder which players would worry most :grin: )
- Restrictions on bat edges and thickness (ditto)
- "Umpire's call" on DRS decision will not result in review lost
- Unsuccessful reviews were replenished after 80 overs, not anymore (Advantage to those teams that bat on and on, read BCCI).

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Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby Katto » Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:13 am

raja wrote:
http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/ ... ptember-28

Some changes
- Red card concept now introduced (I wonder which players would worry most )
- Restrictions on bat edges and thickness (ditto)
- "Umpire's call" on DRS decision will not result in review lost
- Unsuccessful reviews were replenished after 80 overs, not anymore (Advantage to those teams that bat on and on, read BCCI).


There needs to be a review on how over rates are penalised. eg certain teams (not naming any names) have a way of slowing down play whilst batting.

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new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Bhumin » Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:21 am

ICC mentions some 6 mos ago regarding the new Law will be Effective from October 2017.

Thickness of the bats Edge : no more than 40mm
Thickness of the bats must not, no more than 67mm

Under this rules all well known hitters are safe.
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Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby Going South » Wed Sep 27, 2017 12:18 pm

Often certain asian teams are victimized by western umpires for slow over rates but ignored if the same is done by non asian teams, hope new rules take these biased umpires to task. (cough-troll post-cough)

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Going South » Wed Sep 27, 2017 12:40 pm

i sure want a new rule for 11th player alone to bat without a partner and he can be run out only the side he is running to.

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Paddles » Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:34 pm

Going South wrote:i sure want a new rule for 11th player alone to bat without a partner and he can be run out only the side he is running to.


What if he keeps turning and changing direction?

12th man as designated runner would work better.
Law 31.6 - benefit of the doubt for an dismissal appeal goes to the batsman
A third umpire call for a run out or stumping is a referral, not a review.

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Going South » Wed Sep 27, 2017 2:06 pm

ofcourse half way cross rule applies just like earlier.

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Paddles » Wed Sep 27, 2017 2:11 pm

Going South wrote:ofcourse half way cross rule applies just like earlier.


Yeah, nah. Could keep turning on the halfway - makes more sense and better cricket to give a runner.

The next question - are singles permitted on balls 1 to 5? Or is a single an instant retirement? Or does he walk back after ump calls dead ball?
Law 31.6 - benefit of the doubt for an dismissal appeal goes to the batsman
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new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Going South » Wed Sep 27, 2017 2:41 pm

if he turns after crossing middle, he is on other side. you hit stumps there.
if walks up 4 steps and turns back keeper can get him out.
the same rule for two batsmen runout decided by crossing or not.

singles or 3 means he walk back.
over change walk to other end.

follow gully cricket rule of wall as your wickets. huh. i need to educate you. ;)

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Re: Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby raja » Thu Sep 28, 2017 6:30 am

Haven't bothered to read the rules in detail but safe to assume that BCCI will benefit from them.
Already Sachin was a big beneficiary of the fact that BCCI staunchly opposed DRS as long as he was still around.
His bat was also designed to get maximum mileage even from mishits.
Now that he's out of the scene, ICC is defining rules around bats.

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Re: Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby Bhumin » Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:27 am

raja wrote:Haven't bothered to read the rules in detail but safe to assume that BCCI will benefit from them.
Already Sachin was a big beneficiary of the fact that BCCI staunchly opposed DRS as long as he was still around.
His bat was also designed to get maximum mileage even from mishits.
Now that he's out of the scene, ICC is defining rules around bats.


Rules of bats Length and Width remains same.why named SRT above ? At Waca 1970, Barry Richard smashed 325 in a day-- any comments of his bat?
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Re: Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby raja » Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:12 am

That 325 was one of the greatest innings ever played.
That was just class - as opposed to "tailored bat"-assisted run-making by Trachin.

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Re: Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby Mick180461 » Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:18 am

How many threads do we need for the same subject?

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby raja » Thu Sep 28, 2017 3:34 pm

Sorry, I'd opened the thread without realising there was one already on the subject.
Now merged.

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Bhumin » Thu Sep 28, 2017 4:18 pm

raja wrote:Sorry, I'd opened the thread without realising there was one already on the subject.
Now merged.


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Re: Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby Katto » Thu Sep 28, 2017 4:36 pm

Mick180461 wrote:How many threads do we need for the same subject?


dont get me started...

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Boycs » Thu Sep 28, 2017 4:57 pm

Bhumin wrote:
raja wrote:Sorry, I'd opened the thread without realising there was one already on the subject.
Now merged.


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Re: New ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Mick180461 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 3:26 am

Marcus Labuschagne of Queensland is the 1st fielder to fall fowl of the fake fielding rule, when after missing an attempt at stopping the ball he leapt to his feet and shaped to throw without the ball.

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Re: New ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Katto » Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:31 am

Mick180461 wrote:Marcus Labuschagne of Queensland is the 1st fielder to fall fowl of the fake fielding rule, when after missing an attempt at stopping the ball he leapt to his feet and shaped to throw without the ball.


stupidest law change ever

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Re: Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby squarecut » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:39 pm

raja wrote:http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/20822607/the-new-cricket-rule-changes-coming-effect-september-28

Some changes
- Red card concept now introduced (I wonder which players would worry most :grin: )
- Restrictions on bat edges and thickness (ditto)
- "Umpire's call" on DRS decision will not result in review lost
- Unsuccessful reviews were replenished after 80 overs, not anymore (Advantage to those teams that bat on and on, read BCCI).


I like the last two rule changes. :grin:

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Re: Changes in rules from tomorrow (28/09/17)

Postby Katto » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:45 pm

squarecut wrote:
raja wrote:http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/20822607/the-new-cricket-rule-changes-coming-effect-september-28

Some changes
- Red card concept now introduced (I wonder which players would worry most :grin: )
- Restrictions on bat edges and thickness (ditto)
- "Umpire's call" on DRS decision will not result in review lost
- Unsuccessful reviews were replenished after 80 overs, not anymore (Advantage to those teams that bat on and on, read BCCI).


I like the last two rule changes. :grin:


They both seem to be instigated by BCCI lobbying. I didnt see a problem with the existing conditions, but since BCCI agreed to use DRS like the rest of the world all of a sudden they want to change it.

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Re: New ICC rules means trouble for some

Postby Going South » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:15 pm

come on. any team can benefit not just BCCI. you haters!!

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Re: new ICC rules means trouble for some

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Bhumin wrote:
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Actually you were the only one getting banned :)

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