No-ball technology to be used for first time at Women’s Twenty20 World Cup
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Third umpire to judge at tournament in Australia Successful trials have been held in India and West IndiesCricket may finally have solved its no-ball problem after confirmation the upcoming women’s Twenty20 World Cup will be the first tournament to feature front-foot technology. The third umpire will monitor the landing foot of bowlers after each ball at the tournament in Australia and communicate to their on-field counterparts whether it was a legal delivery.

On-field umpires have been...

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