Are any reports carried out under the previous system be considered as evidence under the new process?


Is McGrath's retirement can be considered as the most glorified farewell of a cricketer..?

No. All bowlers are treated in exactly the same way now. This means that any bowler can be reported if their action is regarded as suspicious, without reference to previous evidence.
The new process also recognises that bowling actions may change during a career, meaning that no bowler is given long-term 'clearance' or 'immunity' following a report and successful return to the international game.

Which one of these did not captian their cricket team in worldcup?


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