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Harper 'blameless' for missing edge

Harper 'blameless' for missing edge

Daryl Harper has been cleared of any blame over the non-dismissal of South Africa captain Graeme Smith under the decision review system during the New Year Test against England at the Wanderers.

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Review system mooted for World Cup

Review system mooted for World Cup

The decision review system is “here to stay”, says ICC general manager of cricket David Richardson - and may even be used in next year’s World Cup.

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Review system comes into focus

Review system comes into focus

James Coyne

Chief executives of the national boards will meet with major broadcasters this week to discuss ways to improve the umpire decision review system.

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ICC: Correct decisions up under DRS

ICC: Correct decisions up under DRS

James Coyne

Correct umpiring decisions have increased by over 6% in the 13 Tests since the Decision Review System was introduced, claims the ICC. Their report includes England's tour of South Africa.

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Arthur resigns as Proteas coach

Arthur resigns as Proteas coach

Mickey Arthur has cited "differences" between himself and Cricket South Africa for his decision to step down as coach of the national team. Mike Procter is one of several selectors to be sacked.

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Lloyd to supervise DRS inquiry

Lloyd to supervise DRS inquiry

The ICC has appointed barrister Brent Lockie and Clive Lloyd to carry out an investigation into the application of the decision review system in the fourth Test between South Africa and England.

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Captain Cook will test us all - Flower

Captain Cook will test us all - Flower

Appointing an interim captain in Alastair Cook for England's forthcoming Test and one-day series in Bangladesh lays down a challenge to the entire touring party, believes team director Andy Flower.

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Cook the right man for esteemed role

Cook the right man for esteemed role

Andy Flower has no doubts that “natural leader” Alastair Cook is the right choice to deputise as England captain in Bangladesh - and that Andrew Strauss had to have a break, before it was too late.

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Voyage of discovery for captain Cook

Voyage of discovery for captain Cook

The England captaincy has passed temporarily from a “jaded” Andrew Strauss to Alastair Cook for the Bangladesh tour. "I will be as refreshed as I can for the summer and the Ashes," said Strauss.

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Smith turns attention to India

Smith turns attention to India

South Africa finished an epic four-Test series at home to England by retaining the Basil D’Oliveira Trophy and captain Graeme Smith is hoping they can carry the momentum with them to India.

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