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.
For details of our special offers, bulk quantities and discounts for cash/cheque with order, please email us for copies of our periodic newsletter. - we try to provide a convenient service to trainees.
24oct11 Acumen are pleased to announce a NEW robust plastic version with assistance from an EU grant. THREE YEAR GUARANTEE.
A limited number of new Metal counters are also currently available.
SECOND HAND - are available very occasionally.We also buy surplus counters in working order.
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Before 1980, 3D Cricket of Cheltenham stopped making the @David Constant@ version.
DO YOU KNOW ANY PREVIOUS HISTORY OF THIS ITEM ?
NEW 7-in-1 thick plastic (3mm) similar layout to aluminium one including notches to enable groundsmen to pitch the centre of the stumps accurately first time AS WELL AS stumps and protected area like discontinued 6-in-1.
7-in-1 aluminium illustrated on left includes notches to enable groundsmen to pitch the centre of the stumps accurately first time AS WELL AS stumps and protected area like discontinued 6-in-1.
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We can supply in bulk with your own logo instead of ours - please email: firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=WantOurGauge
- allow eight weeks for delivery of plastic or sixteen weeks on aluminium after sending us your order with good image.
Electronic counter for keeping the score/lap/count with a simple press of a button.
TWO SMALL VERSIONS two buttons reset and count. Adjust strap to slip on to finger.
2007 E6 Water resistant to 3 metres! - so suitable for swimmers, bird-watchers, crowd control and athletes as well as umpires - counts up to 9,999.This version carries 12 month warranty
2012version was much cheaper BUT had prominent buttons liable to be pressed in error. ALSO power save mode required an extra press to wake up - so not very suitable for umpires.
Also popular with Bat (flying mammal variety) hunters and patients who suffer from Eczema
Also larger E2 for neck or wrist mounting - not waterproof.
If we are out of stock, we will send firm orders as soon as they become available - please email us to be placed on our mailing list for a progress report
Written by ECB Coaches Robert Thomas and Richard O’Sullivan (Albatross Partnership) adopted as an ICC global resource and 15,000 copies already sold worldwide - more information at www.teachcricket.com from 1st April 2006.
Published May 2008 Author Michael Rundell
Of all the rules governing sport, the laws of cricket are among the oldest. The first written rules of 1744 survive uniquely on the border of a piece of linen at the MCC Museum of Cricket. They were drawn up by certain 'Noblemen and Gentlemen' at a time when gambling on cricket matches was rife.
The 'laws' were codified to ensure a fair outcome when so much was riding on the game. The story of the evolution of these laws and how they affected the game is a fascinating and seldom told chapter in the history of cricket.Following on from the success of "The Rules of Association Football 1863" and "The Original Rules of Rugby", this book reproduces the complete text of the original laws and is illustrated with images from the unique manuscript held at the MCC as well as images of the game from the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It also includes what is thought to be the first known image of cricket dating from a fourteenth-century manuscript now in the Bodleian Library.
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.
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