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SBD Global/September 11, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
International Cricket Council To Discuss Decision Review System At Meeting In Dubai
Published September 11, 2013
Cricket's decision review system "will go under the microscope at a meeting of cricket nations in Dubai next week," according to Chloe Saltau of THE AGE. Australia and England "are leading the push for a comprehensive review of the system that hijacked the Ashes, though both countries still support the use of technology in umpiring decisions." An Int'l Cricket Council spokesperson said, "There will be a review of the DRS during the Ashes and discussion on how to deliver the best umpiring system using technology." It is unclear "whether this process will be complete before the return Ashes, which begins in Brisbane" on Nov. 21 (THE AGE, 9/11).