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LAST MAN STANDS RULE
All 8 wickets are needed to bowl a team out. When the seventh wicket falls, the Last Man Stands (on his own)
The Last Man may can only score 2, 4 or 6 off any ball. The ball is only dead when the batsman is behind the popping crease at the strikers end of pitch.
HOME RUN RULE
If a player clears the ropes (i.e. hits a six) off the last ball of the innings it is worth 10 runs! This rule applies to both the first and second innings.
DOUBLE PLAY RULE
Two players can be dismissed off the same delivery.
CAUGHT OUT and RUN OUT: When the striker is out caught .The non striker has to remain or return to the bowlers end of pitch. The ball is only dead when the non striker has grounded his bat at the bowlers end of the pitch.
There is NO double play rule when a batsman is given out, L.B.W., stumped or bowled.
FIVE BALLS PER OVER
MAXIMUM OF 6 BALLS IN AN OVER
* The first wide or No ball in an over equals one extra ball in the over. A run is added to the score.
* Any further wide/no ball in an over will result in an extra 3 runs to the batsman on strike but no extra delivery
* In the Last Over of an innings all wides /no balls will result in an extra ball and run, i.e. there is no limit to balls bowled and only one run is added to all wides / no balls
MAXIMUM OF 4 OVERS PER BOWLER
* A maximum of three fielders on each side of the pitch at all times (ie.3 fielders on offside and three on onside)
* The wicket keeper has to be within 15 metres of the stumps (i.e. keeper not long stop)
RAIN AFFECTED GAMES
* Every 3 and a half minutes off the field will result in an over being lost in the game.
* Both teams have to bat a minimum of 8 over to constitute a game.
* Duckworth and Lewis system will not be used. Revised totals will be calculated on a runs per over basis.
BOWLERS RUN UP IS RESTRICTED TO 12 YARDS
* A team has 65 minutes to bowl their 20 overs.
* 4 minutes change over between innings. The refs will be strict on this.
PENALTIES FOR NOT BOWLING OVERS IN TIME
* When fielding first - Every over bowled after 65 min will be deducted from your batting innings eg. if 2 overs are bowled after 65 min, your team will only receive 18 overs when batting.
* When fielding second - if you go over time limit, your team looses any bonus points obtained in the game. If no bonus points are obtained in game, your team will loose 2 league points obtained from that game or previous games.
ONE 'SHOULDER HIGH BALL' PER OVER
* After a ball has passed shoulder height, the umpire is too indicate 'one' for the over.
* All balls shoulder height there after will be deemed a NO BALL.
* Full tosses above waist height are deemed a 'No Ball'.
RETIRE @ 50
* Once a batsman has 50 runs to his name, he has to retire. He may return to bat should all other wickets fall.
* The Last Man Stands play rule only comes into play once 7 wickets have been taken.
SQUARE LEG UMPIRE
* The square leg umpire is the responsibility of the next batsmen into bat.
* Should there be no square leg umpire, it becomes the fielding teams responsibility to make a fair judgment.
CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT
* Each team is to wear an identical team uniform. Coloured clothing is acceptable, provided the whole team are wearing it.
* Each team is to provide their own equipment. Three sets of batting pads, three sets of batting gloves, three thigh guards, three boxes, two bats, one pair of keeping gloves are the bare minimum required.
* Boxes are to be worn at all times by keepers and batsmen.
* Batsmen are advised to wear helmets.
* Balls, stumps, bails, boundaries are all provided by Last Man Stands
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