Cricket’s rulebook chiefs have clarified the law covering non-strikers being run out by a bowler.
Australian spinner Adam Zampa has no regrets about attempting a controversial “Mankad” run-out in the Big Bash League.
Adam Zampa ran out Tom Rogers at the non-striker’s end only for the umpires to rule not out.
Indian greats have welcomed cricket’s governing body changing the law on controversial “Mankad” run-outs.
Proteas spinner Tabraiz Shamsi says bowlers should be more inclined to mankad until batsmen adjust to staying behind the line while a ball is being bowled.
A Mankad dismissal does not happen often in the game, but when it does, it’s always a very big talking point.
Sometimes it takes the actions of a 13-year-old to teach pampered millionaires how to behave like real sportsmen, writes GARY LEMKE.
What, I ask, is wrong with running out an errant batsman?