Very sorry that MCC have no plans to revise this edition so there are some minor discrepancies with 2013 Laws
2004 was completely revised edition in a new, larger, format to cover the 2003 Law changes. We do still have copies of previous editions (often back as far as 1950's) available for historical reasons - please enquire.
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NB the 2015 front cover is slightly different (including new price) from the image shown which is 2000 version - the 2010 edition had significant changes in text
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Your Comprehensive Guide to the D/L MethodNOW September 2004 - 2nd EDITION on PAPER and comb bound 0954871804.
The widely accepted method of recalculating targets in One Day Games that are interrupted. The original standard tables were revised in 2002 and remain current until further notice (as at August 2004). The long description page on this site contains more details of the method. - see also our information web page. Please note that the current ICC computer version may yield slightly different answers - unfortunately they refuse to allow commercial sales of their product.
The ELECTRONIC copy (including tables) can be downloaded from here in Adobe Acrobat format - approx 1Mb download - but takes approx 10 mins on 56k modem. You should receive automatic instructions IMMEDIATELY after your payment has been processed. If you need a free copy of the Acrobat Reader, then go to www.acrobat.com If you have problems downloading, please advise us and we can send it as an email attachment or another link but this can only be actioned when qualified staff are in the office.
The supplementary tables are only relevant if you have the first edition of the booklet and just need the 2002 tables. Both the present printed and downloadable editions contain the full current tables.
We are considering providing some copies in Perfect Bound format (i.e. traditional book rather than comb. If this version would interest you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW FOR 2007
Don Kirkby is a Senior Instructor with many years experience of running courses and instructing umpires in the Laws of Cricket on behalf of the Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers. He has played league cricket for many years, and in a number of those, he acted as captain. He also has a vast experience of umpiring at this level.
Each book contains 75 Case Scenarios and Questions separated from the Answers (with references to Law) to allow the reader to consider the probable outcome.
Code 70 : Over & Out
Code 71 : Bails & No Ball
Code 72 : The Wicket is Down.
Also available as a set of three, saving on postage - code 69.
You can proceed to pay by credit card which will add p&p
OR you can save the postage charge (within UK) by sending your cheque with order and ACU&S membership number.
The sturdy ring bound version includes finger index tabs and is printed on one side only. This enables the reader to make notes on the facing page and to insert future amendment sheets most easily.
Please be aware there is a blind spot in the computer program and it calculates postage based on the very HEAVY ring binder version. To allow for this, we show a much lower price against the comb-bound version - do not then be alarmed by the high postage calculated.
Please do not hesitate to email office[AT]AcumenBooks.co.uk to clarify this point or ask for overseas or bulk prices.
The intention is that MCC will subsequently issue individual amendment pages.
SECONDHAND COPIES arriving September 2006<\font> please email email@example.com to be placed on waiting list
useful series of revision questions for both Part I and II umpire examinations under 1980 code
Most of the questions are still relevant and typical of the level asked under the 2000 code, a few of the answers should be different - consequently we are selling this item off at a greatly reduced price
We have asked someone to provided amended answers but these are unlikely to be available for some time - perhaps you would like to volunteer?
ACU&S members in UK are advised to pay by cheque to obtain copies post free. NB this offer also applies worldwide by SURFACE mail.
If out of stock, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on our email waiting list - this title usually replenished within one month.
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This is the only book written just for scorers - it explains both the basic method (and it should be done rigorously methodically if it is to be accurate under pressure) and some of the more advanced methods.