- From: alvey <alvey@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 06:34:40 +1000
On Sun, 17 Jan 2010 07:37:58 -0800 (PST), subi...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Jan 17, 10:14 am, alvey <al...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sun, 17 Jan 2010 01:25:01 -0800 (PST), subi...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Jan 16, 9:09 pm, alvey <al...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sat, 16 Jan 2010 00:20:25 -0800 (PST), subi...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
perhaps the max.it lot will come in and say, as they have for hair,
that this was not out BECAUSE THE UMPIRE SAID SO.
The England complaint is based on their allegation that Harper effectively
did not follow a procedure by having the audio turned down too low.
So howabout you tell the world what procedure H & D didn't follow?
Your time starts now.
er, hair did not produce any evidence, which would be expect as part
of the 'procedure' to call a team for ball tampering.
Are you reading from the same source as Nirvafinisha? The Pathetic
Anyway, what you're chanting is rubbish. The only "evidence" that is
required for ball-tampering are the umpires' opinion. Now if you wish to
follow a game where the umpires are irrelevant then you're wasting yours
and my time here. You really should be here ===> alt.pro-wrestling.wwe
"The only evidence that is required for ball-tampering are the
umpires' opinion." Quoth Alvey.
HAR HAR HAR, man you is FUNNY.
opinion is evidence? and you are the attorney general of australia, i
You must know plenty of unfortunate people. Get one of them to read the
below to you. It's what is known as Law 42.3. (ps. Get your reader to go
verrrry slowly through (d))
"3. The match ball - changing its condition
(a) Any fielder may
(i) polish the ball provided that no artificial substance is used and that
such polishing wastes no time.
(ii) remove mud from the ball under the supervision of the umpire.
(iii) dry a wet ball on a towel.
(b) It is unfair for anyone to rub the ball on the ground for any reason,
interfere with any of the seams or the surface of the ball, use any
implement, or take any other action whatsoever which is likely to alter the
condition of the ball, except as permitted in (a) above.
(c) The umpires shall make frequent and irregular inspections of the ball.
(d) In the event of any fielder changing the condition of the ball
unfairly, as set out in (b) above, the umpires after consultation shall
(i) change the ball forthwith. It shall be for the umpires to decide on the
replacement ball, which shall, in their opinion, have had wear comparable
with that which the previous ball had received immediately prior to the
(ii) inform the batsmen that the ball has been changed.
(iii) award 5 penalty runs to the batting side. See 17 below.
(iv) inform the captain of the fielding side that the reason for the action
was the unfair interference with the ball.
(v) inform the captain of the batting side as soon as practicable of what
(vi) report the occurrence as soon as possible to the Executive of the
fielding side and any Governing Body responsible for the match, who shall
take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and team
(e) If there is any further instance of unfairly changing the condition of
the ball in that innings, the umpires after consultation shall
(i) repeat the procedure in (d)(i), (ii) and (iii) above.
(ii) inform the captain of the fielding side of the reason for the action
taken and direct him to take off forthwith the bowler who delivered the
immediately preceding ball. The bowler thus taken off shall not be allowed
to bowl again in that innings.
(iii) inform the captain of the batting side as soon as practicable of what
(iv) report this further occurrence as soon as possible to the Executive of
the fielding side and any Governing Body responsible for the match, who
shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and
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