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Sir/Madam, The latest instance (IPL MATCH JAIPUR MARCH 25/2019 RR Vs KINGS PUNJAB),of a batsman declared out being out of crease and stumped even before ball is bowled highlights the need to accentuate the harshness faced by a innocuous batsman standing out of the marked line.May I suggest the term something like CREASED OUT to describe the situation in factual recording of the match,considering the consequence on the batsman ,team ,and the cricket match as the term ,run out,is neither apt nor fully sums up the action.It may please be noted that umpire is free to declare out only after appeal by players.Hope this is useful considering the fast approaching WORLD CUP eagerly awaited and watched all over the world. Gopalana (talk) 07:35, 26 March 2019 (UTC)
This page is to discuss improvements to the article about the International Cricket Council, not a soapbox to suggest changes to the Laws of Cricket. Spike 'em (talk) 09:14, 26 March 2019 (UTC)