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Hawk-Eye Technology In Cricket Under Scrutiny After Failure In Australia Vs. South Africa Match

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 16 / 16

Cricket's DRS system has "taken a beating following an extraordinary failure of the Hawk-Eye technology during Australia's win over South Africa on Sunday," according to Tyson Otto of the NEW ZEALAND HERALD. Video footage of the "controversial moment reveals an almighty failure from the Hawk-Eye bal...

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