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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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England v India, 1st Test, Lord's

Broad braced for new challenge

Jul 16, 2007: Stuart Broad is expected to be propelled straight into the starting line-up for Thursday's first Test at Lord's

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Bangladesh v South Africa, Super Eights, Guyana

South Africa fined for slow over-rate

Apr 7, 2007: Chris Broad, the ICC match referee, rubbed salt in South Africa's wounds by handing them a fine for a slow over-rate fine during their 67-run defeat against Bangladesh in Guyana


Pakistan in South Africa, 2006-07

Afridi banned for four ODIs

Feb 10, 2007: Shahid Afridi will miss Pakistan's first two World Cup matches after being handed a four-match ODI ban for brandishing his bat at a spectator, during the first ODI against South Africa, at Centurion Park

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Pakistan in South Africa, 2006-07

Nazir escapes punishment

Feb 9, 2007: Pakistan's opening batsmen Imran Nazir has been found not guilty of breaching the ICC code of conduct during his country's ODI against South Africa at Durban on Wednesday

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No need for 'a whole host of clones'

Chris Broad slams England's bowling coach

Nov 21, 2006: Former England batsman turned ICC match referee Chris Broad has laid into Kevin Shine, England's bowling coach, accusing him of trying to turn his son Stuart into a "bowling clone"

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Cricinfo XI

Bad boys

Sep 26, 2006: Martin Williamson looks at the players who have been hauled up in front of the match referee the most times

Martin Williamson

Cricinfo XI

Temper, temper

Sep 19, 2006: In the light of Mark Vermeulen's tantrum playing the the Lancashire League, Martin Williamson looks at 11 other instances where players or officials have spat the dummy

Martin Williamson

India v West Indies, 2nd match, DLF Cup

Broad clarifies fault in pitch

Sep 14, 2006: Chris Broad, the ICC match referee, has issued a statement explaining that a small fault in the underlying structure of the pitch had caused several balls to stay low during India's second game at Kuala Lumpur

Dileep Premachandran

Sri Lanka v India, 1st ODI, Colombo, Unitech Cup

Play called off due to wet outfield

Aug 16, 2006: Though the rain kept away, hopes of the Unitech Cup getting off to a delayed start were stymied again by the wet outfield, as the ODI between Sri Lanka and India was called off

Dileep Premachandran in Colombo

England's latest prospect Stuart Broad

Bright light on Broad way

Jun 20, 2006: Nothing seems to worry the rising start Stuart Broad who tells Jenny Thompson why he's not fazed by facing Test players or comparisons with his dad

Jenny Thompson

June 2006

Bounce back inability

Jun 2, 2006: Sri Lanka arrived at Lord's in 1984 for a one-off Test match. It was a chance for England to restore some pride and pick up a straightforward victory. At least that was the plan...

Interviews by Simon Lister

South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Durban, 4th day

Hayden hits out at pitch repair

Mar 28, 2006: Matthew Hayden hit out on Monday at repairs which were made to the Kingsmead pitch before the fourth day's play


South Africa in Australia, 2005-06

Bowden and Dar losing face, says Australian media

Jan 7, 2006: Billy Bowden finds little favour with Australian and South African Test cricketers following some controversial decisions in the recent Test series, writes Mike Coward

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Australia v South Africa, 3rd Test, Sydney, 5th day

Arthur cleared of umpire criticism

Jan 5, 2006: Mickey Arthur was found not guilty of criticising the umpires at a hearing chaired by Chris Broad, the match referee, on Thursday night

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Australia v South Africa, 2nd Test, Melbourne, 5th day

'No reason to apologise for over-appealing' - Ponting

Dec 30, 2005: Graeme Smith has denied Australia's "over-appealing" led to his team's demise in the second Test and has vowed to increase their ruthlessness in Sydney next week.

Peter English at Melbourne

The decisions which have caused a stir

Ten controversial dismissals

Nov 21, 2005: Following the controversial dismissal of Inzamam-ul-Haq today, Will Luke and Martin Williamson look at ten decisions which have irked and provoked players and public alike

Will Luke and Martin Williamson

The List

The broadest bat in Australia

Oct 14, 2005: The Super Test is around the corner and it seemed an opportune moment for The List to look at the best visiting players in Australia

Travis Basevi and George Binoy

Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

Inzamam fined for slow over rate

Feb 2, 2005: Pakistan's captain, Inzamam-ul-Haq, has been fined 100% of his match fee, after being found guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct for his side's slow over rate in their victory over West Indies on Tuesday

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Sri Lanka Cricket allegations

ICC back Broad in 'boozing' row

Apr 20, 2004: The International Cricket Council has questioned the credibility of allegations levelled against its match referee, Chris Broad, who was accused by Colombo's Sunday Observer newspaper of "boozing" with the Australian team during their recent

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