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DLS method founder, Tony Lewis, passed away at 78

Tony Lewis, the author of the Duckworth Lewis-stern framework (DLS) in cricket has died at 78 years old.

The technique was helped to establish by Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis. DLS from the past numerous years is utilized to ascertain the score of downpour influenced matches.

Be that as it may, the technique was recently known as the Duckworth Lewis framework and embraced by ICC in 1999. After Lewis and Duckworth resign, the framework was given over to Steven Stern and the framework got known as the Duckworth Lewis-harsh framework.

Tony Lewis was a multi-gifted man who was a previous Welsh cricketer and furthermore captained England and proceeded to turn into the essence of BBC Television inclusion during the 1990s. He likewise resigned as an instructor of Quantitative Research Methods from Oxford Brookes University.

ICC has remembered and grieved over the section of the legend at 78 years old.

Geoff Allardice, ICC General Manager – Cricket: “Tony’s contribution to cricket is huge. The present-day system of resetting targets in international cricket is based on the one developed by him and Frank more than two decades ago.

“His contribution to the game of cricket will be remembered for years to come and we send our condolences to his family and friends.”

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Zainab Shafiq

Zainab Shafiq is the content writer working for different sports websites covering the news from domestic to international levels.

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