Karl`s PC Help Forums Last active: Never
Not logged in [Login ]
Go To Bottom

In memory of Karl Davis, founder of this board, who made his final journey 12th June 2007

Printable Version | Subscribe | Add to Favourites   Post new thread Poll:
Author: Subject: 2nd test match
charles
football specialist
*******


Avatar


Posts: 6411
Registered: 11-11-2002
Theme: KF Blue
Member Is Offline

Mood: mellowing

[*] Post 440869 posted on 31-7-2011 at 17:55 Reply With Quote
2nd test match



Should Bell have been given out ? I think he should..waggyfinger
View User's Profile View All Posts By User
crikey
junk male
*******


Avatar


Posts: 1041
Registered: 13-8-2002
Location: Northumberland
Theme: KF Blue (Default)
Member Is Offline

Mood: gruntled

[*] Post 440878 posted on 31-7-2011 at 18:54 Reply With Quote


Yes, he should, and the decision should have stood. The law is absolutely clear. Instead, we now have a stupid precedent, set in the spurious name of "sportsmanship", and endorsed by the umpires and team managers. No good will come from this.
View User's Profile View All Posts By User
LSemmens
Undercover MOD
********


Avatar


Posts: 32767
Registered: 19-11-2004
Location: Riverton, South Australia
Theme: Windows XP Silver
Member Is Offline

Mood: Gone crazy, Back soo

[*] Post 441028 posted on 2-8-2011 at 03:43 Reply With Quote


From the news story, he was given a four, which was then rescinded. I feel that the four should have stood or, if, on appeal, it was, rightly, rescinded, he should not have been given out as the play would not have gotten him out anyway. i.e. ball not caught, not run out - ball did not hit the stumps whilst he was out of his crease. Why should he be given out?
View User's Profile View All Posts By User
Post new thread Poll:

Guest Notice
You are a guest, as a guest you can only see a maximum of 3 posts per thread.

If you want to see the rest, please click here to register.