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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    That's not the rules though. But yeah, I can see that. The only problem is that England would have seen multiple replays on the big screen at the ground, so they've still got a big leg up for making a 2nd review of the original decision.

    Not that I necessarily think it's great to have the Review pictures on the big screen at the time anyway. Just leads to the arguments and time-wasting that we saw after that decision. Save the navel gazing for lunch/tea time.
    But the decision was out caught behind so Rogers has referred that decision. He hasn't reviewed the LBW decision. So once he hasn't hit it that should be it. England should also, of course, be afforded the chance to review the LBW though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    That's not the rules though. But yeah, I can see that. The only problem is that England would have seen multiple replays on the big screen at the ground, so they've still got a big leg up for making a 2nd review of the original decision.

    Not that I necessarily think it's great to have the Review pictures on the big screen at the time anyway. Just leads to the arguments and time-wasting that we saw after that decision. Save the navel gazing for lunch/tea time.
    Na, you pay your 50 to get in, you should see what everyone at home sees. I'm glad they started showing run-outs in the ground too.
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    England would've been on 0.5/2 here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    But the decision was out caught behind so Rogers has referred that decision. He hasn't reviewed the LBW decision. So once he hasn't hit it that should be it. England should also, of course, be afforded the chance to review the LBW though.
    That doesn't make any sense, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    No but the burden should be on England to call for that review.
    I agree actually; Rogers was reviewing being given out caught behind, not the LBW. If it were given not out caught behind, England should then have to counter-review under the LBW law or something.

    Rogers reviewing a caught behind he didn't hit shouldn't result him being given out for something else, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    But the decision was out caught behind so Rogers has referred that decision. He hasn't reviewed the LBW decision. So once he hasn't hit it that should be it. England should also, of course, be afforded the chance to review the LBW though.
    agree with this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swingpanzee View Post
    Tony Hill and Aleem Dar. What a pair.
    What are you going on about? Aleem Dar has done nothing wrong here. It's embarrassing that Hill needs someone to tell him the rules.

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    Hill should have just said yeah yeah, I gave him out LBW, ball was clearly hitting the stumps..
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
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    Huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swingpanzee View Post
    That doesn't make any sense, really.
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    tony hill auditioning for a job umpiring grade cricket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riggins View Post
    tony hill auditioning for a job umpiring grade cricket.
    Imagine if he played 5ths and he had to umpire his team mates. Would be the most hated man on his team.

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