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Thread: UDRS : The 2.5 Meter rule

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    World Cup 2011: ICC issues revised guidelines for 2.5m rule | Cricket News | ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 | ESPN Cricinfo

    Don't care for the new interpretation of the rule. Much preferred over 2.5 metres was not out. This is getting to be ridiculous. The ball bouncing more than 40 cms before the pad means something and then there is a 3.5 metre rule as well. It isn't rocket science. But the lbw law is complicated enough without adding all of this garbage.
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