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Eng v Aust, 1st Investec Test, Trent Bridge

Sins of omission are no sins at all

Jul 13, 2013: There is no "good samaritan law" requiring players to help umpires make their decisions, and punishing them for keeping quiet is absurd

Brydon Coverdale

1984

Sri Lanka's impressive Lord's debut

Jun 4, 2011: On paper, when England and Sri Lanka met for the first time in England at Lord's in the late summer of 1984, there should have only been one winner ... but Sri Lanka had other ideas

Martin Williamson

England in Australia, The Ashes 2010-11

Broad backs England's spirit in adversity

Oct 27, 2010: Stuart Broad believes that the off-field issues that he and his England team-mates had to overcome in the course of a tumultuous 2010 season will stand them in good stead as they brace themselves for the unique pressures of an Ashes tour of Australia

Andrew Miller

The terrorist attack in Lahore

When cricket lost its innocence

May 1, 2010: The survivors recount the horror of the sport's darkest day

Nagraj Gollapudi and Scyld Berry

One year after the Lahore attack

Cricket cannot relax regarding security - Chris Broad

Mar 3, 2010: A year on from cricket's most shocking and deadly event, match-referee Chris Broad, who survived the harrowing Lahore terror attack, said the sport's hierarchies cannot afford to become complacent

Richard Sydenham

Adelaide umpiring controversy

Umpire Benson confirms retirement

Feb 5, 2010: The English umpire, Mark Benson, has confirmed his retirement from the ICC elite panel, and will see out his career on the county circuit

ESPNcricinfo staff

England in South Africa 2009-10

Fiery Broad treated 'same as everyone else'

Dec 31, 2009: Stuart Broad has defended his on-field behaviour after recent criticism since the start of the series against South Africa

Andrew McGlashan in Durban

England in South Africa 2009-10

Sunil Gavaskar alleges nexus over Stuart Broad non-action

Dec 27, 2009: The former Indian captain has said the reason why Stuart has not even been reported or called before the match referee over his petulance, is because of his father, Chris Broad, the ICC match referee

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Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Perth, 3rd day

Haddin 'not proud of' Benn incident

Dec 18, 2009: Brad Haddin has conceded that he was not proud of his involvement in an incident on the second day in Perth that led to him and Mitchell Johnson being fined and Sulieman Benn being banned for two ODIs

Brydon Coverdale at the WACA

Australia v West Indies, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 3rd day

Umpire Benson heading for retirement

Dec 6, 2009: The leading umpire Mark Benson iss planning to retire from the game with immediate effect following his sudden withdrawal from the Adelaide Test

Alex Brown at Adelaide Oval

Stuart Broad

Broad wants family bragging rights

Jul 5, 2009: Stuart Broad shares many traits with his father, Chris, not least the appetite for a contest and a fiery passion to win

Andrew McGlashan

Fallout of the Lahore attack

Butt accuses Broad of lies over lax security

Mar 5, 2009: Ijaz Butt, the PCB chairman, has accused Chris Broad of lying in claiming that security was lax for the visiting team and officials in Lahore

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Shootout in Lahore

Security 'left us to be sitting ducks' claims Broad

Mar 4, 2009: Chris Broad landed back in Manchester and launched a stinging attack on the security in Lahore at the time of yesterday's attack which left eight people dead, while expressing his concern that the incident sounds a 'death knell' for cricket in Pakistan

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Shootout in Lahore

Umpire Ahsan Raza still in critical condition, but improving

Mar 3, 2009: Ahsan Raza, the fourth umpire for the second Test in Lahore, is in a critical condition after reportedly being shot in the back during the armed raid on the Sri Lankan team on Tuesday

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ICC news

ICC looks to build on Chennai's feel-good momentum

Dec 17, 2008: The ICC has asked all its match referees and umpires to be "assertive and proactive" in dealing with slow over-rates and verbal abuse as it looks to build on the "feel-good factor" that cricket has gained with the thrilling Chennai Test between India and

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India v Australia, 3rd Test, Feroz Shah Kotla, 3rd day

South African judge to hear Gambhir appeal

Nov 1, 2008: Justice Albie Sachs has been appointed by the game's governing body to hear Gautam Gambhir's appeal against his one-Test ban

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India v Australia, 3rd Test, Feroz Shah Kotla, 3rd day

Gambhir to appeal one-Test ban

Oct 31, 2008: Gautam Gambhir, the India opener, was banned for one Test on Friday for not conducting play "within the spirit of the game as well as within the laws of cricket"

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New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, Napier, 4th day

Big, bad and better than his dad

Mar 25, 2008: Stuart Broad is big. He's bad. And he's better than his dad. The Barmy Army has always been an organisation for bold statements, but on this occasion they might just have a point

Andrew Miller in Napier

England v India, 4th ODI, Old Trafford

Broad's father urges caution

Aug 31, 2007: Broad Sr believes that his son, 21, should not be included for England's six-week trip to Sri Lanka

ESPNcricinfo staff

Five suspended World Cup officials miss out

Twenty20 World Championship officials named

Jul 26, 2007: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has named the three match referees and nine umpires that will officiate during the Twenty20 World Championship in South Africa

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