INTERNATIONAL WOMEN S CRICKET COUNCIL PLAYING CONDITIONS. Except as varied hereunder the Laws of Cricket (2000 Code 2nd Edition ) shall apply.

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1 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN S CRICKET COUNCIL PLAYING CONDITIONS Except s vried hereunder the Lws of Cricket (2000 Code 2nd Edition ) shll pply. 1 Lw 1 - The Plyers 1.1 Lw 1.2 Nomintion of Plyers Lw 1.2 shll be replced by the following: Ech cptin shll nominte his plyers in writing to the Mtch Referee before the toss. No plyer my be chnged fter the nomintion without the consent of the opposing cptin. 1.2 Lw Cptin The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 1.3 (): The deputy must be one of the nominted plyers. 2 Lw 2 - Substitutes nd Runners 2.1 Lw Fielder bsent or leving the field Lw 2.5 shll be replced by the following: If fielder fils to tke the field with his side t the strt of the mtch or t ny lter time, or leves the field during session of ply, the umpire shll be informed of the reson for his bsence, nd he shll not therefter come on to the field during session of ply without the consent of the umpire. (See Lw 2.6 s modified). The umpire shll give such consent s soon s prcticble. If the plyer is bsent from the field for longer thn 8 minutes: the plyer shll not be permitted to bowl in tht innings fter his return until he hs been on the field for t lest tht length of plying time for which he ws bsent the plyer shll not be permitted to bt unless or until, in the ggregte, he hs returned to the field nd/or his side s innings hs been in progress for t lest tht length of plying time for which he hs been bsent or, if erlier, when his side hs lost five wickets. The restriction in Cluses nd bove shll not pply if the plyer hs suffered n externl blow (s opposed to n internl injury such s pulled muscle) whilst prticipting erlier in the mtch nd consequently been forced to leve the field. Nor shll it pply if the plyer hs been bsent for very exceptionl nd wholly cceptble resons (other thn injury or illness). In the event of fieldsmn lredy being off the field t the commencement of n interruption in ply through ground, wether or light conditions or for other exceptionl circumstnces, he shll be llowed to count ny such stoppge time s plying time, provided 1

2 3 Lw 3 - The Umpires tht he personlly informs the umpires when he is fit enough to tke the field hd ply been in progress. 3.1 Lw Appointment nd ttendnce Lw 3.1 shll be replced by the following: The UCBSA shll mke ll umpire ppointments to ll fixtures The UCBSA shll lso ppoint third umpire for ech mtch. A third nd fourth umpire shll be ppointed to ll live televised mtches Neither tem will hve right of objection to n umpire s ppointment The umpires shll be present t the ground t lest 60 minutes before the scheduled strt of ply. 3.2 Third Umpires / TV Replys The following shll pply in ddition to Cluse 3.1: Generl b c d e f g Sve with the express written consent of the President of the IWCC nd subject to Cluse (e) hereunder, the live television brodcst of identified mtches plyed in the Tournment. Where mtches re brodcst the cmer specifictions set out in Appendix 3 shll be mndtory s minimum requirement. Where mtches re not brodcst the cmer specifictions set out in Appendix 4 shll be mndtory s minimum requirement. The Host Venue will ensure seprte room is provided for the third umpire nd tht he hs ccess to television monitor nd direct sound link with the television control unit director to fcilitte s mny replys s is necessry to ssist him in mking decision. The provisions of Cluses (), (b), (c) nd (d) bove shll not pply for bi-lterl series between Full Member country nd Keny. In the circumstnces detiled in Cluses 3.2.2, 3.2.3, nd below, the on-field umpire hs the discretion whether or not to refer the ppel to the third umpire for decision nd should tke common sense pproch. Plyers my not ppel to the umpire to use the reply system - brech of this provision would constitute dissent nd the plyer could be lible for discipline under the Code of Conduct. The third umpire shll cll for s mny replys from ny cmer ngle s is necessry to rech decision. As guide, decision should be mde within 30 seconds whenever possible, but the third umpire shll hve discretion to tke more time in order to finlise decision. 2

3 3.2.2 Run Out, Stumping nd Hit Wicket Decisions b c d The on-field umpire shll be entitled to refer n ppel for runout, stumping or hit-wicket to the third umpire. An on-field umpire wishing to refer decision to the third umpire shll signl to the third umpire by mking the shpe of TV screen with his hnds. If the third umpire decides the btsmn is out red light is displyed; green light mens not-out. Should the third umpire be temporrily unble to respond, white light (where vilble) will remin illuminted throughout the period of interruption to signify to the on-field umpires tht the TV reply system is temporrily unvilble, in which cse the decision will be tken by the on-field umpire. (Where vilble nd s n lterntive to the red/green light system, the big reply screen my be used for the purpose of conveying the third umpire s decision). When reviewing the TV reply(s), if the third umpire finds the btsmn hs been bowled rther thn hit wicket or stumped, he shll indicte tht the btsmn ws dismissed Cught Decisions The on-field umpire shll be entitled to refer n ppel for cught decision to the third umpire in the following circumstnces: Clen ctches b c d Should the bowler s end umpire be unble to decide whether or not ctch ws tken clenly, he shll first consult with the squre leg umpire. Should both umpires be unble to mke decision, not out decision shll be given by the bowler s end umpire. Only if the line of vision of both umpires is obscured shll the bowler s end umpire be entitled to refer the decision to the third umpire s in Cluse (b). The third umpire hs to determine whether the btsmn hs been cught. However, when reviewing the television reply(s), if it is cler to the third umpire tht the btsmn did not hit the bll, he shll indicte tht the btsmn is not out. The third umpire shll communicte his decision by the system s in Cluse (c) Bump Bll b c Should the bowler s end umpire be unble to decide whether ctch ws tken from bump bll or not, he shll first consult with the squre leg umpire. Should both on-field umpires be unble to mke decision, the bowler s end umpire shll be entitled to refer the decision to the third umpire to review TV reply(s) of the btsmn s stroke s in Cluse (b). The third umpire hs to determine whether the bll ws bump bll or not. However, when reviewing the television replys(s), if 3

4 it is cler to the third umpire tht the btsmn did not hit the bll he shll indicte tht the btsmn is not out. d The third umpire shll communicte his decision by the system s in Cluse (c) Boundry Decisions b c The on-field umpire shll be entitled to refer to the third umpire for decision bout whether the fieldsmn hd ny prt of his person in contct with the bll when he touched or crossed the boundry line or whether four or six hd been scored. A decision is to be mde immeditely nd cnnot be chnged therefter. An on-field umpire wishing the ssistnce of the third umpire in these circumstnces shll communicte with the third umpire by use of two-wy rdio nd the third umpire will convey his decision to the on-field umpire by this method. The third umpire my initite contct with the on-field umpire by two-wy rdio if TV coverge shows boundry line infringement or incident s envisged under this cluse Btsmen Running to the Sme End b In the event of both btsmen running to the sme end nd the umpires re uncertin over which btsmen mde his ground first, the on-field umpire my refer the decision to the third umpire. The procedure in Cluse (b) shll pply. 3.3 Lw Chnge of Umpire The following shll pply in plce of Lw 3.2: An umpire shll not be chnged during the mtch, other thn in exceptionl circumstnces, unless he is injured or ill. 3.4 Lw To inform cptins nd scorers In ddition to Lw 3.4 (i) The host venue my provide for the ringing of bell, which shll be rung 5 minutes before the termintion of n intervl, when the umpires shll go to the wickets. 3.5 Lw Fitness of Ground, Wether nd Light Lw Suspension of ply for dverse conditions of ground, wether or light Lws 3.8 nd 3.9 shll pply subject to the following: If conditions during rin stoppge improve nd the rin is reduced to drizzle, the umpires must consider if they would hve suspended ply in the first plce under similr conditions. If both on-field umpires gree tht the current drizzle would not hve cused stoppge, then ply shll resume immeditely. In these circumstnces the provisions of Lws 3.9 (b) (i) nd 3.9 (c) (i) shll not pply The umpires shll disregrd ny shdow on the pitch from the stdium or from ny permnent object on the ground. 4

5 3.5.3 If shdow from the fielder flls cross the strikers hlf of the pitch, the fielder must remin sttionry from the time the bowler commences his run up until the striker hs received the bll. In the event of fielder moving before the striker receives the bll, the umpire shll cll nd signl ded bll if he considers the striker hs been disdvntged by the ction. 3.6 Lw 3.10 Exceptionl Circumstnces. The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 3.10: Ply my be suspended due to sfety nd security concerns by the umpires on the dvice of the Mtch Referee, the hed of the relevnt ground uthority, the hed of ground security or the police Where ply is suspended under Cluse bove the decision to bndon or resume ply shll be the responsibility of the Mtch Referee who shll ct only fter consulttion with the hed of ground security nd the police. 3.7 Light Meters It is the responsibility of the UCBSA to supply light meters to ll umpires stnding in the mtches in ccordnce herewith One light meter should be pssed to the Mtch Referee for ll his ppointments The Mtch Referee will retin the light meter for the durtion of his ppointments, pssing it to the umpires for ech mtch At the completion of the schedule mtches the meter is to be returned to the UCBSA The following procedure will pply for the use of light meters on the field of ply: b c d Once the umpires hve judged the light to be unfit for ply, the umpires shll offer the light to the btting side nd immeditely tke reding of the light level. The reding should be tken from the pitch, pointing the light meter (if the hnd held version) t the sightscreens nd in ny other direction s the umpires see fit. Once the umpires hve greed the reding it should be noted nd used s benchmrk reding for the reminder of the stoppge. Only when the reding hs subsequently incresed bove the benchmrk reding should the umpires consider the light level is sufficient for ply to resume. 3.8 Artificil Lighting The utilistion of rtificil lighting is not permissible. 5

6 4 Lw 4 - The Scorers 4.1 Correctness of scores Attention is drwn to Cluse Lw 5 - The Bll Lw 5 shll pply subject to the following: 5.1 Lw Approvl nd control of blls Lw 5.2 shll be replced by the following: The UCBSA shll provide White Kookburr Regultion Blls weighing 145g for ll the mtches. Spre used blls for chnging during mtch, shll lso be of the sme brnd. The umpires shll retin possession of the mtch bll(s) throughout the durtion of the mtch when ply is not ctully tking plce. During ply umpires shll periodiclly nd irregulrly inspect the condition of the bll nd shll retin possession of it t the fll of wicket, drinks intervl, or ny other disruption in ply. Ech fielding tem shll hve one new bll for its innings. 5.2 Lw New bll in mtch of more thn one dy s durtion Lw 5.4 shll not pply. 5.3 Lw Bll lost or becoming unfit for ply Lw 5.5 shll be replced by the following: In the event of bll during ply being lost or in the opinion of the umpires, being unfit for ply through norml use, the umpires shll llow it to be replced by one tht in their opinion hs hd similr mount of wer. In the event of the bll becoming wet nd soggy s result of ply continuing in inclement wether or it being ffected by dew, or white bll becoming significntly discoloured nd in the opinion of the umpires being unfit for ply, the bll my be replced for bll tht hs similr mount of wer, even though it hs not gone out of shpe. If the bll is to be replced, the umpire shll inform the btsmn. Either btsmn or bowler my rise the mtter with the umpires nd the umpires decision s to replcement or otherwise will be finl. 5.3 Lw Specifictions 6 Lw 6 - The Bt Lw 5.6 shll not pply. 6.1 Lw Width nd length 6 Lw 7 - The Pitch The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 6.1: The blde of the bt shll hve conventionl flt fce. Lw 7 shll pply subject to the following: 6

7 7.1 Lw Selection nd preprtion The ground stff shll ensure tht during the period prior to the strt of ply nd during intervls, the pitch re shll be roped off so s to prevent unuthorised ccess. (The pitch re shll include n re t lest 2 metres beyond the rectngle mde by the crese mrkings t both ends of the pitch) The third / fourth umpire shll ensure tht, prior to the strt of ply nd during ny intervls, only uthorised ground stff, the UCBSA mtch officils, plyers, tem coches nd uthorised television personnel shll be llowed ccess to the pitch re. Such ccess shll be subject to the following limittions: b c d e Only cptins nd tem coches my wlk on the ctul plying surfce of the pitch re (outside of the crese mrkings). Access to the pitch re by television personnel shll be restricted to one cmer crew (including on two television commenttors) of the officil licensed television brodcster(s) (but not news crews). No spiked footwer shll be permitted. No one shll be permitted to bounce bll on the pitch, strike it with bt or cuse dmge to the pitch in ny other wy. Access shll not interfere with pitch preprtion In the event of ny dispute, the Mtch Referee will rule nd his ruling will be finl. 7.2 Lw Chnging the pitch Lw 7.4 shll be replced by the following: In the event of pitch being considered too dngerous for ply to continue in the estimtion of the on-field umpires, they shll stop ply nd immeditely dvise the Mtch Referee The on-field umpires nd Mtch Referee shll consult with both cptins If the cptins gree to continue, ply shll resume If the decision is not to resume ply, the on-field umpires shll consider one of the options in the following sequence: whether the existing pitch cn be repired. Repir work will only be considered if there hs been mlicious dmge to non-crucil prt of the pitch; b whether the lterntive pitch cn be used; c whether the mtch hs to be bndoned When such decision is mde, the ground uthority shll mke public nnouncement s soon s possible following tht decision In the event of decision being tken in fvour of Cluses () or (b) bove, the supervision of the remedil or new preprtory work shll be the responsibility of the on-field umpires nd the representtive of the ground uthority. 7

8 7.2.7 The rescheduled strting time nd the rescheduled cesstion time, together with ny mke-up procedures herein provided, shll be the responsibility of the on-field umpires In the event tht the existing pitch cn be mde plyble fter suitble remedil work in Cluse () bove, the mtch shll continue from the point stopped If new pitch is prepred s in Cluse (b) bove, the mtch shll be restrted from the first bll (but see Cluse bove) If the decision is to bndon the mtch s in Cluse (c) bove, the IWCC nd the UCBSA officils involved shll gree on whether the mtch cn be replyed within the existing schedule. 7.3 Lw Non-turf pitches Lw 7.5 shll not pply. 8 Lw 8 - The Wickets 8.1 Lw Size of stumps The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 8.2: For televised mtches the UCBSA my provide slightly lrger cylindricl stump to ccommodte the stump cmer. When the lrger stump is used, ll three stumps must be exctly the sme size. 9 Lw 9 - The Bowling, Popping nd Return Creses 9.1 Lw The Popping Crese Lw 9.3 shll pply, except tht the reference to minimum of 6 ft shll be replced by minimum of 15 yrds (13.71 metres). 9.2 Additionl Crese Mrkings The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 9: As guideline to the umpires for the clling of wides on the offside the crese mrkings shll be mrked in white t ech end of the pitch. 10 Lw 10 - Preprtion nd Mintinence of the Plying Are 10.1 Rolling The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 10.1: Prior to tossing for choice of innings the rtificil drying of the pitch nd outfield shll be t the discretion of the groundsmn. Therefter nd throughout the mtch the drying of the outfield my be undertken t ny time by the groundsmn, but the drying of the ffected re of the pitch shll be crried out only on the instructions nd under the supervision of the umpires. The umpires shll be empowered to hve the pitch dried without reference to the cptins t ny time they re of the opinion tht it is unfit for ply The umpires my instruct the groundsmn to use ny vilble equipment, including ny roller for the purpose of drying the pitch nd mking it fit for ply. 8

9 An bsorbent roller my be used to remove wter from the covers including the cover on the mtch pitch Lw Mintennce of footholes The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 10.6: The umpires shll see tht wherever possible nd whenever it is considered necessry, ction is tken during ll intervls in ply to do whtever is prcticble to improve the bowler s foot holes. 11 Lw 11 - Covering the Pitch 11.1 Lw Before the mtch The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 11.1: The pitch shll be entirely protected ginst rin up to commencement of ply Lw During the mtch Lw 11.2 shll be replced by the following: The pitch shll be entirely protected ginst rin up to the commencement of ply nd for the durtion of the period of the mtch. The covers must totlly protect the pitch nd lso the pitch surroundings, minimum 5 metres either side of the pitch nd ny worn or soft res in the outfield Lw Covering bowlers run ups Lw 11.3 shll be replced by the following: The bowler s run-ups shll be covered to distnce of t lest 10 x 10 metres Lw Removl of covers Lw 11.4 shll be replced by the following: The covers shll be removed no erlier thn 5.00m nd no lter thn 7.00m on the morning of the mtch (including the reserve dy, if pplicble), provided it is not rining t the time, but they will be replced if rin flls prior to the commencement of ply. Attention is drwn to Cluse Lw 12 - Innings Lw 12 shll pply subject to the following (see lso cluses 15 nd 16 below): 12.1 Lw Number of innings Lw 12.1 shll be replced by the following: All mtches will consist of one innings per side, ech innings being limited to mximum of 50 overs. All mtches shll be of one dy s scheduled durtion. Two dys hve been llocted to the semi-finls nd the finl, in which n unfinished mtch on the dy will be replyed on the following dy. 9

10 12.2 Lw Alternte innings Lw 12.2 shll not pply Lw Completed innings Lws 12.3 (c), (d) nd (e) (iii) shll not pply Length of Innings Uninterrupted Mtches. Ech tem shll bt for 50 overs unless ll out erlier. b If the tem fielding first fils to bowl the required number of overs by the scheduled time for cesstion of the first session, ply shll continue until the required number of overs hs been bowled. Unless otherwise determined by the Mtch Referee, the innings of the tem btting second shll be limited to the sme number of overs bowled by it, t the scheduled time for cesstion of the first session. The over in progress t the scheduled cesstion time shll count s completed over. The intervl shll not be extended nd the second session shll commence t the scheduled time. The Mtch Referee my increse the number of overs to be bowled by the tem bowling second if, fter consulttion with the umpires, he is of the opinion tht events beyond the control of the bowling tem prevented tht tem from bowling the required number of overs by the scheduled time for the cesstion of the innings of the tem btting first. c d e If the tem btting first is dismissed in less thn 50 overs, the tem btting second shll be entitled to bt for 50 overs. If the tem fielding second fils to bowl the required number of overs by the scheduled cesstion time, the hours of ply shll be extended until the required number of overs hs been bowled or result is chieved. Penlties shll pply for slow over rtes (refer Code of Conduct) Delyed or Interrupted Mtches Dely or Interruption to the Innings of the Tem Btting First (see Appendix A) (i) When plying time hs been lost the revised number of overs to be bowled in the mtch shll be bsed on rte of 17 overs per hour, which is inclusive of the provision of drinks intervls, in the totl remining time vilble for ply. 10

11 (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) The revision of the number of overs should ensure, whenever possible, tht both tems hve the opportunity of btting for the sme number of overs. The tem btting second shll not bt for greter number of overs thn the first tem unless the ltter completed its innings in less thn its llocted overs. To constitute mtch, minimum of 20 overs hve to be bowled to the side btting second, subject to the innings not being completed erlier. A fixed time will be specified for the commencement of the intervl, nd lso the close of ply for the mtch, by pplying rte of 17 overs per hour. When clculting the length of plying time vilble for the mtch, or the length of either innings, the timing nd durtion of ll reltive delys, extensions in plying hours, interruptions in ply, nd intervls, excluding those for drinks, will be tken into considertion. This clcultion must not cuse the mtch to finish erlier thn the originl time for cesstion of ply on the finl scheduled dy for ply. If required the originl time shll be extended to llow for one extr over for ech tem. If the tem fielding first fils to bowl the number of overs by the specified time, ply shll continue until the required number of overs hve been bowled or the innings is completed. Should clcultions regrding numbers of overs result in frction of n over, the frction shll be ignored. Penlties shll pply for slow over rtes (refer to Code of Conduct). b) Dely or Interruption to the innings of the Tem Btting Second (see Appendix B) (i) (ii) (iii) When plying time hs been lost nd, s result, it is not possible for the tem btting second to hve the opportunity of receiving its llocted, or revised lloction of overs in the plying time vilble, the number of overs shll be reduced t rte of 17 overs per hour, which is inclusive of the provision of drinks intervls, in respect of the lost plying time. Should the clcultions result in frction of n over the frction shll be ignored. In ddition, should the innings of the tem btting first hve been completed prior to the scheduled, or re-scheduled time for the commencement of the intervl, then ny clcultion relting to the revision of overs shll not be effective until n mount of time equivlent to tht by which the second innings strted erly hs elpsed. To constitute mtch, minimum of 20 overs hve to be bowled to the tem btting second subject to the innings not being completed erlier. 11

12 (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) The tem btting second shll not bt for greter number of overs thn the first tem unless the ltter completed its innings in less thn its llocted overs. A fixed time will be specified for the close of ply by pplying rte of 17 overs per hour. With the exception of drinks intervls, the timing nd durtion of ll reltive delys, extensions in plying hours nd interruptions in ply, will be tken into considertion in specifying this time. If the tem fielding second fils to bowl the revised overs by the scheduled or re-scheduled close of ply, the hours of ply shll be extended until the overs hve been bowled or result chieved. Penlties shll pply for slow over rtes (refer Code of Conduct) Extr Time Where the strt of ply is delyed or ply is suspended, the schedule hours of ply shll be extended up to mximum of 60 minutes Number of Overs per Bowler No bowler shll bowl more thn 10 overs in n innings. In delyed or interrupted mtch where the overs re reduced for both tems or for the tem bowling second, no bowler my bowl more thn onefifth of the totl overs llowed. This restriction shll not pply to the tem fielding second where the provisions of Cluse b hve been pplied. Where the totl overs is not divisible by 5, one dditionl over shll be llowed to the mximum number per bowler necessry to mke up the blnce. In the event of bowler breking down nd being unble to complete n over, the remining blls will be llowed by nother bowler. Such prt of n over will count s full over only in so fr s ech bowler s limit is concerned. The scorebord shll show the totl number of overs bowled nd the number of overs bowled by ech bowler. 13 Lw 13 - The Follow-on Lw 13 shll not pply. 14 Lw 14 - Declrtion nd Forfeiture Lw 14 shll not pply. 15 Lw 15 - Intervls Lw 15 shll pply subject to the following: 15.1 Lw Chnging greed times for intervls - Intervl between Innings The innings of the tem btting second shll not commence before the scheduled time for commencement of the second session unless the tem 12

13 btting first hs completed its innings t lest 30 minutes prior to the scheduled intervl, in which cse ten minute brek will occur nd the tem btting second will commence its innings nd the intervl will occur s scheduled. Where ply is delyed or interrupted the umpires will reduce the length of the intervl s follows Time Lost Up to 60 minutes Between 60 nd 120 Minutes More thn 120 Minutes Intervl 30 Minutes 20 Minutes 10 Minutes Note: Refer lso to Cluse Lw Intervls for drinks Two drinks breks per session shll be permitted, ech 60 minutes prt. The provisions of Lw 15.9 shll be strictly observed except tht under conditions of extreme het the umpires my permit extr intervls for drinks. An individul plyer my be given drink either on the boundry edge or t the fll of wicket, on the field, provided tht no plying time is wsted. No other drinks shll be tken onto the field without the permission of the umpires. Any plyer tking drinks onto the field shll be dressed in proper cricket ttire. 16 Lw 16 - Strt of Ply; Cesstion of Ply Lw 16 shll pply subject to the following (see lso cluses 15 nd 12.4): 16.1 Strt nd Cesstion Times There will be 2 sessions of 3 hours 10 minutes ech, seprted by 45 minute intervl between innings. First Session 10:00 13:10 Intervl 13:10 13:55 Second Session 13:55 17:05 17 Lw 17 - Prctice on the Field 17.1 Lw Prctice on the field The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 17.1: The use of the squre for prctice on ny dy of ny mtch will be restricted to ny netted prctice re on the squre set side for tht purpose. 18 Lw 18 - Scoring Runs Lw 18 shll pply. 19 Lw 19 - Boundries Lw 19 shll pply subject to the following: 19.1 Lw The boundries of the field of ply 13

14 20 Lw 20 - Lost Bll The boundry shll be minimum of 60 metres nd mximum of 65 metres. Distnces shll be mesured from the middle stump of the pitch t ech end forming two semicircles which then shll be joined by stright line to form the complete boundry Blck sightscreens shll be provided t both ends of ll grounds. Advertising shll be permitted on the sightscreen behind the striker, providing it is removed for the subsequent over from tht end. Such dvertising shll not contin flshing or flickering imges nd prticulr cre should be tken by the opertors tht the dvertising is not chnged t time which is distrcting to the umpire Lw Defining the boundry - boundry mrking The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 19.2: All boundries must be designted by rope or similr object of minimum stndrd s uthorised by the IWCC from time to time. Where pproprite the rope should be required minimum distnce (3 yrds (2.74 metres) minimum) inside the perimeter fencing or dvertising signs. For grounds with lrge plying re, the mximum length of boundry should be used before pplying the minimum 3 yrds (2.74 metres) between the boundry nd the fence Lw Scoring boundry Lw 20 shll pply. 21 Lw 21 - The Result The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 19.3: If n unuthorized person enters the plying ren nd hndles the bll, the umpire t the bowler s end shll be the sole judge of whether the boundry llownce should be scored or the bll be treted s still in ply or clled ded bll if btsmn is lible to be out s result of the unuthorized person hndling the bll. See lso Lw 19.1 (c). Lw 21 shll pply subject to the following: 21.1 Lw A win - two innings mtch Lw 21.1 shll not pply Lw A win - one innings mtch Lw 21.2 shll pply in ddition to the following: Sve for circumstnces where mtch is wrded to tem s consequence of the opposing tems refusl to ply (Lw 21.3), result cn be chieved only if both tems hve hd the opportunity of btting for t lest 20 overs, unless one tem hs been ll out in less thn 20 overs or unless the tem btting second scores enough runs to win in less thn 20 overs. 14

15 Sve for circumstnces where mtch is wrded to tem s consequence of the opposing tems refusl to ply (Lw 21.3), ll mtches in which both tems hve not hd n opportunity of btting for minimum of 20 overs, shll be declred no result Lw A Tie Lw 21.4 shll pply in ddition to the following: If the scores re equl, the result shll be tie nd no ccount shll be tken of the number of wickets which hve fllen Lw A Drw Lw 21.5 shll not pply Premturely Terminted Mtches - Clcultion of the Trget Score Interrupted Mtches - Clcultion of the Trget Score If, due to suspension of ply fter the strt of the mtch, the number of overs in the innings of either tem hs to be revised to lesser number thn originlly llotted (minimum of 20 overs), then revised trget score (to win) should be set for the number of overs which the tem btting second will hve the opportunity of fcing. This revised trget is to be clculted using the current Duckworth/Lewis Method - Women s Version with G Vlue = 175. The trget set will lwys be whole number nd one run less will constitute Tie Premturely Terminted Mtches 21.6 Correctness of result 21.7 Points If the innings of the side btting second is suspended (with t lest 20 overs bowled) nd it is not possible for the mtch to be resumed, the mtch will be decided by comprison with the D/L Pr Score determined t the instnt of the suspension by the Duckworth/Lewis Method - Women s Version. If the score is equl to the pr score, the mtch is Tie. Otherwise the result is victory, or defet, by the mrgin of runs by which the score exceeds, or flls short of, the Pr Score. Any query on the result of the mtch s defined in Lws 21.2, 21.3, 21.4, 21.8 nd (s modified by these regultions) shll be resolved s soon s possible nd finl decision mde by the umpires t close of ply Preliminry Mtches Points will be wrded s follows: Win, with bonus point 6 Win, without bonus point 5 Tie or No Result 3 Loss, but not conceding bonus point 1 Loss, conceding bonus point 0 In the event of tems finishing on equl points, the right to ply in the finl mtch or series will be determined s follows: The tem with the most number of wins 15

16 If still equl, the tem with the most number of wins over the other tem(s) who re equl on points nd hve the sme number of wins If still equl, the tem with the highest number of bonus points If still equl, the tem with the highest net run rte In mtch declred s no result, run rte is not pplicble Net Run Rte A tem s net run rte is clculted by deducting from the verge runs per over scored by tht tem throughout the competition, the verge runs per over scored ginst tht tem throughout the competition. In the event of tem being ll out in less thn its full quot of overs, the clcultion of its net run rte shll be bsed on the full quot of overs to which it would hve been entitled nd not on the number of overs in which the tem ws dismissed. Only those mtches where results re chieved will count for the purpose of net run rte clcultions. Where mtch is bndoned, but result is chieved under Duckworth/Lewis, for net run rte purposes Tem 1 will be ccredited with Tem 2 s Pr Score on bndonment off the sme number of overs fced by Tem 2. Where mtch is concluded but with Duckworth/Lewis hving been pplied t n erlier point in the mtch, Tem 1 will be ccredited with 1 run less thn the finl Trget Score for Tem 2 off the totl number of overs llocted to Tem 2 to rech the trget Bonus Points 22 Lw 22 - The Over The tem tht chieves run rte of 1.25 times tht of the opposition shll be wrded one bonus point. A tem s run rte will be clculted by reference to the runs scored in n innings divided by the number of overs fced. Refer Appendix Semi Finls nd Finl If no result is chieved in semi- finl or the finl on the scheduled dy of ply, the mtch shll be replyed on the scheduled reserve dy. If no result is chieved on the reserve dy, the mtch shll be wrded to the tem who ends higher s described in cluse Lw 22 shll pply subject to the ddition of the following to Lw 22.5: 22.1 Lw Umpire miscounting 23 Lw 23 - Ded Bll 24 No Bll Whenever possible the third umpire shll liise with the scorers nd if possible inform the on-field umpires if the over hs been miscounted. Lw 23 shll pply. Lw 24 shll pply subject to the following: 24.1 Lw 24.1 (b) Mode of delivery 16

17 25 Lw 25 - Wide Bll Lw 24.1 (b) shll be replced by the following: The bowler my not deliver the bll underrm. If bowler bowls bll underrm the umpire shll cll nd signl no bll, nd the bll is to be rebowled overrm Lw Judging Wide Lw 25 shll pply with the following ddition to Lw 25.1: Umpires re instructed to pply very strict nd consistent interprettion in regrd to this Lw in order to prevent negtive bowling wide of the wicket. Any offside or legside delivery which in the opinion of the umpire does not give the btsmn resonble opportunity to score shll be clled wide. 26 Lw 26 - Bye nd Leg Bye Lw 26 shll pply. 27 Lw 27 - Appels Lw 27 shll pply. 28 Lw 28 - The Wicket is Down Lw 28 shll pply. 29 Lw 29 - Btsmn out of His Ground Lw 29 shll pply. 30 Lw 30 - Bowled Lw 30 shll pply. 31 Lw 31 - Timed Out Lw 31 shll pply. 32 Lw 32 - Cught Lw 32 shll pply. 33 Lw 33 - Hndled the Bll Lw 33 shll pply. 34 Lw 34 - Hit the Bll Twice Lw 34 shll pply. 35 Lw 35 - Hit Wicket Lw 35 shll pply. 36 Lw 36 - Leg Before Wicket 17

18 Lw 36 shll pply. 37 Lw 37 - Obstructing the Field Lw 37 shll pply. 38 Lw 38 - Run Out Lw 38 shll pply. 39 Lw 39 - Stumped Lw 39 shll pply. 40 Lw 40 - The Wicket-Keeper Lw 40 shll pply. 41 Lw 41 - Fielder Lw 41 shll pply subject to the following: 41.1 Lw Protective equipment The following shll pply in ddition to Lw 41.1: The exchnging of protective equipment between members of the fielding side on the field shll be permitted provided tht the umpires do not consider tht it constitutes wste of plying time Restriction of the Plcement of Fieldsmn Two semi circles shll be drwn on the field of ply. The semi circles hve s their centre the middle stump t either end of the pitch. The rdius of ech of the semi circles is 23 metres by stright line drwn on the field on the sme side of the pitch. The field restriction re should be mrked by continuous pinted white lines or dots, ech dot to be covered by white plstic or rubber (but not metl) disc At the instnt of delivery, there my not be more thn five fieldsmen on the leg side For the first 15 overs only two fieldsmen re permitted to be outside the field restriction mrking t the instnt of delivery For the remining overs only five fieldsmen re permitted to be outside the field restriction mrking t the instnt of delivery Two inner circles shll be drwn on the field of ply. The circles hve s their centres the centre point of the popping crese t either end of the pitch. The rdius of ech of the circles is 12 metres. The field restriction re should be mrked by dots. The segment of the circles reserved for the slip positions shll not be demrcted. (Refer Appendix 1). In the first 15 overs there must be minimum of two sttionry fieldsmen within the 13 metres field restriction of the striker t the instnt of delivery. When fst bowler is bowling the two sttionry fieldsmen my be permitted to stnd deeper thn 13 metres (in the undemrcted re) provided only tht they re stnding in slip, leg slip nd gully positions. 18

19 In circumstnces where the number of overs for the tem btting first is reduced, the number of overs in regrd to the restrictions in Cluses nd bove shll be reduced proportionlly in rtio of 15:50 (30%) in ccordnce with the tble below. Frctions re to be ignored in ll clcultions re the number of overs. Totl overs in innings No. of overs for which fielding restrictions in Cluses nd bove will pply Where the number of overs for the tem btting second is reduced, the restrictions in Cluses nd bove will pply for the sme proportion of the second innings s pplied in the first innings (frctions to be ignored) In the event of n infringement of ny of the bove fielding restrictions, the squre leg umpires shll cll nd signl No Bll. 42 Lw 42 - Fir nd Unfir Ply 42.1 Lw The Mtch Bll - chnging its condition Lw 42.3 shll pply, subject to the following: Lw 42.3 (e) (ii) shll be replced with the following: Inform the cptin of the fielding side of the reson for the ction tken And in ddition to Lw 42.3: b The umpires shll report the incident to the Mtch Referee under the Code of Conduct. In the event tht bll hs been interfered with nd requires replcement the btsmn t the wicket shll choose the replcement bll from selection of six other blls of vrious degrees of usge (including new bll) nd of the sme brnd s the bll in use prior to the contrvention Lw Deliberte ttempt to distrct striker Lw 42.4 shll pply subject to the following: In ddition, the umpires shll report the incident to the Mtch Referee under the Code of Conduct Lw Deliberte distrction or obstruction of btsmn 19

20 Lw 42.5 shll pply subject to the following: In ddition, the umpire shll report the incident to the Mtch Referee under the Code of Conduct Lw Dngerous nd Unfir Bowling Lw 42.6 () The Bowling of Fst Short Pitched Blls Lw 42.6 () shll be replced by the following: b c d e f g h i A bowler shll be limited to one fst short-pitched delivery per over. A fst short-pitched delivery is defined s bll which psses or would hve pssed bove the shoulder height of the striker stnding upright t the crese. The umpire t the bowlers end shll dvise the bowler nd the btsmn on strike when ech fst short pitched delivery hs been bowled. In ddition, for the purpose of this regultion nd subject to Cluse (f) below, bll tht psses bove hed height of the btsmn, tht prevents him from being ble to hit it with his bt by mens of norml cricket stroke shll be clled wide. For the voidnce of doubt ny fst short pitched delivery tht is clled wide under this plying condition shll lso count s the llowble short pitched delivery in tht over In the event of bowler bowling more thn one fst shortpitched delivery in n over s defined in Cluse (b) bove, the umpire t the bowlers end shll cll nd signl no bll on ech occsion. A differentil signl shll be used to signify fst short pitched delivery. The umpire shll cll nd signl no bll nd then tp the hed with the other hnd. If bowler delivers second fst short pitched bll in n over, the umpire, fter the cll of no bll nd when the bll is ded, shll cution the bowler, inform the other umpire, the cptin of the fielding side nd the btsmen t the wicket of wht hs occurred. This cution shll pply throughout the innings. If there is second instnce of the bowler being no blled in the innings for bowling more thn one fst short pitched delivery in n over, the umpire shll dvise the bowler tht this is his finl wrning for the innings. Should there be ny further instnce by the sme bowler in tht innings, the umpire shll cll nd signl no bll nd when the bll is ded direct the cptin to tke the bowler off forthwith. If necessry, the over shll be completed by nother bowler, who shll neither hve bowled the previous over, or prt thereof, nor be llowed to bowl the next over, or prt thereof. 20

21 j k l The bowler thus tken off shll not be llowed to bowl gin in tht innings. The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the btsmen t the wicket nd s soon s possible to the cptin of the btting side. The umpires will then report the mtter to the Mtch Referee who shll tke such ction s is considered pproprite ginst the cptin nd the bowler concerned. (Refer lso to Lw 42.1 Fir nd Unfir Ply - Responsibility of the Cptins.) The bove is not substitute for Cluse 42.5 below which umpires re ble to pply t ny time Lw 42.6 (b) Bowling of High Full Pitched Blls Lw 42.6 (b) shll be replced by the following: b c d e f g Any delivery, other thn slow pced one, which psses or would hve pssed on the full bove wist height of the striker stnding upright t the crese is deemed dngerous nd unfir, whether or not is it likely to inflict physicl injury on the striker. A slow delivery, which psses or would hve pssed on the full bove shoulder height of the striker stnding upright t the crese, is to be deemed dngerous nd unfir, whether or not it is likely to inflict physicl injury on the striker. In the event of bowler bowling high full pitched bll s defined in Cluses () nd (b) bove (i.e. bemer), the umpire t the bowler s end shll, in the first instnce, cll nd signl no bll nd when the bll is ded, cution the bowler nd issue first nd finl wrning. The umpire shll inform the other umpire, the cptin of the fielding side nd the btsmen t the wicket of wht hs occurred. Should there be ny further instnce by the sme bowler in tht innings, the umpire shll cll nd signl no bll nd when the bll is ded direct the cptin to tke the bowler off forthwith. If necessry, the over shll be completed by nother bowler, who shll neither hve bowled the previous over, or prt thereof, nor be llowed to bowl the next over, or prt thereof. The bowler thus tken off shll not be llowed to bowl gin in tht innings. The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the btsmn t the wicket nd s soon s possible to the cptin of the btting side. The umpires will then report the mtter to the Mtch Referee who shll tke such ction s is considered pproprite ginst the cptin nd the bowler concerned. (Refer lso to Lw 42.1 Fir nd Unfir Ply - Responsibility of the Cptins.) 21

22 42.5 Lw Dngerous nd Unfir Bowling - Action by the umpire Lw 42.7 shll be replced by the following: Regrdless of ny ction tken by the umpire s result of brech of Cluses , nd 42.6 the following shll pply t ny time during the mtch: The bowling of fst short pitched blls is unfir if in the opinion of the umpire t the bowler s end he considers tht by their repetition nd tking into ccount their length, height nd direction, they re likely to inflict physicl injury on the striker, irrespective of the protective clothing nd equipment he my be wering. The reltive skill of the striker shll lso be tken into considertion In the event of such unfir bowling, the umpire t the bowler s end shll dopt the following procedure: b c d e f g In the first instnce the umpire shll cll nd signl no bll, cution the bowler nd inform the other umpire, the cptin of the fielding side nd the btsmen of wht hs occurred. If this cution is ineffective, he shll repet the bove procedure nd indicte to the bowler tht this is finl wrning. Both the bove cution nd finl wrning shll continue to pply even though the bowler my lter chnge ends. Should there be ny further instnce by the sme bowler in tht innings, the umpire shll cll nd signl no bll nd when the bll is ded direct the cptin to tke the bowler off forthwith. If necessry, the over shll be completed by nother bowler, who shll neither hve bowled the previous over, or prt thereof, nor be llowed to bowl the next over, or prt thereof. See Lw (Bowler Incpcitted or Suspended during n Over). The bowler thus tken off shll not be ble to bowl gin in tht innings. The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the btsmen t the wicket nd s soon s possible to the cptin of the btting side. The umpires will then report the mtter to the Mtch Referee who shll tke such ction s is considered pproprite ginst the cptin nd the bowler concerned. (Refer lso to Lw 42.1 Fir nd Unfir Ply - Responsibility of the Cptins.) 42.6 Lw Deliberte bowling of High Full Pitched Blls Lw 42.8 shll be replced by the following: If the umpire considers tht high full pitch delivery which is deemed dngerous nd unfir s defined in Cluse ws delibertely bowled, then the cution nd wrning process shll be dispensed with. The umpire t the bowlers end shll: 22

23 Cll nd signl no bll When the bll is ded, direct the cptin to tke the bowler off forthwith Not llow the bowler to bowl gin in tht innings Ensure tht the over is completed by nother bowler, provided tht the bowler does not bowl two overs or prt thereof consecutively Report the occurrence to the other umpire, to the cptin of the btting side nd the Mtch Referee who shll tke such ction s is considered pproprite ginst the cptin nd the bowler concerned. (Refer lso to Lw 42.1 Fir nd Unfir Ply Responsibility of the Cptins) Action by the umpires for dngerous nd unfir Bowling Should the umpires initite the cution nd wrning procedures set out in Cluses , , 42.5 nd 42.6 such cutions nd wrnings re not to be cumultive Lw Time Wsting by the Fielding Side Lw 42.9 shll pply subject to Lw 42.9 (b) being replced by the following: If there is ny further wste of time in tht innings, by ny member of the fielding side the umpire shll: Cll nd signl ded bll if necessry, nd; b Awrd 5 penlty runs to the btting side (see Lw 42.17). c d Inform the other umpire, the btsmen t the wicket nd s soon s possible the cptin of the btting side of wht hs occurred. Report the occurrence to the Mtch Referee who shll tke such ction s is considered pproprite ginst the cptin nd the tem concerned under the Code of Conduct Lw Btsmn Wsting Time Lw shll pply, subject to the following: In ddition, the umpires will report the incident to the Mtch Referee under the Code of Conduct Use of Electronic Equipment The use of electronic communiction devices nd equipment of ny kind to communicte with plyers on the field of ply shll not be permitted. 23

24 APPENDIX 1 Restriction of plcement of fieldsmen The finl mrk of 12 metres rdius shll be in line plced t n ngle of 45, mesured from the from the popping crese t point level with middle stump. 24

25 APPENDIX 2 Bonus Point System 1 bonus point for ny tem tht chieves victory with run rte 1.25 times tht of the opposition. A tem s run rte will be clculted by reference to the number of runs scored divided by the number of overs.blls fced. Where side is ll out, the number of overs to be used is the mximum number of overs tht side ws otherwise eligible to fce. Where mtches re shortened nd trgets revised through the Duckworth/Lewis system, bonus run rtes nd bonus defensive trgets re derived s function of the revised trget score (less one run) nd mximum overs. Whenever trget, or revised trget, is set, the exct number of overs.blls within which the side btting second must chieve this trget in order to gin the bonus point should be nnounced. Once these overs.blls hve been bowled, if the trget hs not then been chieved the bonus point cn not be gined by ny subsequent event, eg multiple scoring shot, or extrs. () Exmples of criteri for the wrd of bonus points Tem Btting First Tem Btting Second Tem Bowling Second Score Run Rte Required Run Rte Blls To Win (Overs) Required Run Rte Trget Score Note: the trget score shown in the lst column is the mximum totl tht the tem btting second cn mke for the tem btting first to qulify for the bonus point. 25

26 Generic Cmer Lyout - Bsic TV Coverge APPENDIX 3 1 Wicket to Wicket 2 Follow 3 Wicket to Wicket 4 Follow 5 Squre Leg/Mid Wicket 6 Slips 7 Slips 8 Line/Run out Cm 9 Line/Run out Cm APPENDIX 4 Generic Cmer Lyout - Third Umpire Coverge 1 Follow 2 Follow 3 Line/Run out Cm 4 Line/Run out Cm 5 Line/Run out Cm 6 Line/Run out Cm 26

27 APPENDIX A Clcultion Sheet for Use When Delys or Interruptions Occur in First Innings of One Dy Interntionls Net plying time vilble t strt of the mtch 190 Minutes (A) Time innings in progress (B) Plying time lost (C) Extr time vilble (D) Time mde up from reduced intervl (E) Effective plying time lost [C (D + E)] (F) Remining plying time vilble (A F) (G) Overs nd Fielding Restrictions Overs in mtch [G / 3.3] round up frction nd +1 if necessry (H) Mx. overs per tem [H / 2] (I) Mx. overs per bowler [I / 5] overs Fielding restrictions [I x 0.3] overs Fielding restrictions innings 1 overs Fielding restrictions innings 2 overs [Note crefully Cluse is pplied] Rescheduled Plying Hours First session to commence or recommence (J) Length of innings [I x 3.5] (K) Rescheduled cesstion time [(J + K) B] Length of intervl Second session commencement time (L) Rescheduled cesstion time = (L + K) 27

28 APPENDIX B Clcultion Sheet for Use When Delys or Interruptions Occur in Second Innings of One Dy Interntionls Time Originl cesstion time of innings Time t strt of interruption Restrt time Length of interruption [C B] Extr time vilble Totl plying time lost [D E] Amended cesstion time of innings [A + E] (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) Overs Mximum overs t strt of innings Overs lost [F / 3.5] ignore frctions (H) (I) Adjusted mximum length of innings [H I] (J) Overs nd Fielding Restrictions Mx. overs per bowler [J / 5] overs Fielding restrictions [J x 0.3] overs 28

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