I'm sure I've said before that I think telly misses a trick by not showing the reaction time a batsman has from release to playing as well as the raw air velocity. My guess is it would back up the idea some bowlers lose less pace after pitching than others.
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- As featured in The Independent.
"The committee discussed the issue of illegal bowling actions, and believed that there are a number of bowlers currently employing suspect actions in international cricket, and that the ICC's reporting and testing procedures are not adequately scrutinising these bowlers."
- Even the ICC's own official press release thinks things must change
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These English batsmen don't believe in rotating the strike much, do they?
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Bad news for Anderson I suppose.
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Agree Bell is frustrating although far less so when he opens but actually think it looks like he is trying too hard sometimes, always does that intense grimace thing in ODIs.
McClenghan's older than I thought, actually. Allott mentioned he's 26.
He suddenly gained a yard or something? Late bloomer?
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