Cricket in Australia, Darwin and District Cricket Competition, a T20 tournament, will begin on June 6 with the new set of rules. The cricketers will not be allowed to use sweat or saliva to shine the ball in the competition and Darwin Cricket Management (DCM) group is exploring various options, including having umpires involved in ball-shining using a wax applicator.Today match prediction.who will win.
Clubs will be required to complete a COVID-19 safety plan assessment and submit it to the Northern Territory Government before they can play. Some details are still being worked out with Cricket Australia.Australia fast bowlers Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood strongly feel shining the red ball is imperative to keep a balance between bat and ball. Ball manufacturer Kookaburra last month suggested using a pocket-sized sponge applicator. It could either be applied by umpires or simply overseen by them.who will win.
“The ICC is working really closely with all the cricket bodies around the world in terms of finding new ways. We’re confident we will have clear guidelines from CA with what is and isn’t going to be allowed,” DCM chair Lachlan Baird told ABC Grandstand.Brat says that some consideration is now being given to whether things like that wax applicator will become part of cricket’s new normal. And whether it will move away from the ball being shined – a dark mysterious art that happens in the outfield – to a more formalised process that happens with the umpires being involved.