WCC MEETING by Vijay Tagore • Published on Share Tweet WCC felt that it is the duty of the club to ensure safety of the players. © Getty The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has taken a serious view of the perils that come with the short-pitched deliveries and has decided to deep dive into the laws relating to the bouncers. The World Cricket committee (WCC) of the MCC, which met recently via a conference call, felt that it is the duty of the club to ensure safety of the players. “The committee heard that MCC is to embark on a global consultation on whether the Law relating to short-pitched deliveries is fit for the modern game. As Guardian of the Laws of the game, it is MCC’s duty to ensure that the Laws are applied in a safe manner, a viewpoint consistent across all sports. With research into concussion in sport having increased significantly in recent years, it is appropriate that MCC continues to monitor the Laws on short-pitched bowling,” the MCC said in a statement. The panel, headed by former England captain Mike Gatting, did not, however, miss the point of balance between bat and ball. “There are important… Read full this story
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