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Batter, Not Batsman! Shane Warne Backs Gender-Neutral Language In Cricket

Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne has said he fully supports the use of gender-neutral terms in cricket.The Laws of Cricket, last month, officially amended their rules to include gender-neutral language such as “batter” and “batters” rather than “batsman” and “batsmen”.Marylebone Cricket Club agreed on the changes following thorough discussion among the Laws’ sub-committee.“MCC believes that the use of gender-neutral terminology helps reinforce cricket’s status as an inclusive game for

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Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne has said he fully supports the use of gender-neutral terms in cricket.The Laws of Cricket, last month, officially amended their rules to include gender-neutral language such as “batter” and “batters” rather than “batsman” and “batsmen”.Marylebone Cricket Club agreed on the changes following thorough discussion among the Laws’ sub-committee.“MCC believes that the use of gender-neutral terminology helps reinforce cricket’s status as an inclusive game for
3 min read In a world-first, Australian Sports have committed to implementing rules that support a greater level of inclusion for trans and gender diverse people in their sports.

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