light-up stumps illuminate big bash league
Cricket y20 Cricket announced another enlightening innovation on Friday, introducing stumps and stumps
When expelled during the Australian Grand Carnival Alliance (BBL)
Race in Melbourne
Powered by a hidden low-voltage battery, once the wicket is broken, bail flashes bright red instantly due to the LED lights, and sends a radio signal to the stump that is also lit.
Anthony evrade, senior manager of BBL, said in a statement: \"These lighting obstacles are all designed to improve the audience experience during the BBL game and ensure that BBL is still for fans
\"The stumps have no effect on the conditions of the game and will not be used in any part of the referee\'s decision,\" he added . \".
Developers of the Zing wic system say the innovation will add to the experience of firing.
\"We think we will combine the fun of technology with our love of sport, creating something that is not only spectacular for fans in the game, but also for people watching on the radio
\"The falling wicket is part of BBL, which will only increase the excitement,\" he added . \".
Melbourne star captain Shane Warne has also done his best to spice up the race against Melbourne Rebels who boast about their long history
Spin competitor Mutia muralitalan.
The Australian spin legend announced on Twitter that he has developed a new delivery service.
\"Just came up with a new name for the new Courier I \'ve been working on, called\" disco ball \"--
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He tweeted before midnight on Thursday.