Northern District Junior Cricket Association Rules Night 2012. Wet Weather. The game is on unless advised. Don’t ring us – someone will contact you by email and it will be advised on the website If the game is not on, the committee will usually make a decision by 7pm Friday night. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Northern District JuniorCricket AssociationRules Night 2012Wet WeatherThe game is on unless advised. Dont ring us someone will contact you by email and it will be advised on the website
If the game is not on, the committee will usually make a decision by 7pm Friday night10 team competitionsThere will a 10th round of competition to be held prior to the finals.
The draw for the 10th round will not be completed or published until the completion of the 9th round.Playing Dates 8 team competitionCommence 8th SeptemberWill play on 22nd SeptemberWill resume on 6th OctoberLast game before Christmas 15th DecemberFirst game in New Year 2nd FebruaryFinals 23rd / 24th MarchPlaying Dates 6 team competitionCommence 15th SeptemberWill play on 22nd SeptemberWill resume on 6th OctoberLast game before Christmas 15th DecemberFirst game in New Year 2nd FebruaryFinals 16th / 17th MarchReserve Day 23rd / 24th MarchLate RegistrationsTeams / clubs must receive verbal approval from the NDJCA registrar prior to new players taking the fieldCompetition Draw Details4 teamsPlay everyone four times, twice in a two-day match, once in a one-day match and once in a T20 match
5 6 teamsPlay everyone twice in two day matches
7 8 teamsPlay everyone twice, once in a one-day match and once in a two-day matchGround ConditionsA ground assessment is required before the commencement of each and every days play. Be on the lookout for glass, cans, needles, animal diggings and anything else that may pose a danger
If there are issues with the state of the ground or pitch please advise the junior committee so that it may be correctedMiscellaneous RulesSuspect bowling actions are NOT no-balled during play. If there is an issue take it up with the players coach at a break of play or at end of the match (Rule 2.12)
Wrist bands are not allowed to be worn whilst bowlingRule 1.2 Weather and GroundsIf lightning and thunder are observed within 30 seconds of each other, everyone is to leave the field. No one should return to the field for 30 minutes after the last incident, including any incident prior to the start of the game.Rule 1.9 Match ResultsThe team list should be entered by both teams not later than 1:00pm Monday following the commencement of the match
Scores from each match are to be entered by both teams not later than 1:00pm each Monday following the completion of the match
The scorecard is to be entered by each team no later than 1:00pm each Wednesday following the completion of the matchRule 1.10 Penalties and FinesFailure to enter results by the allotted time will result in a fine of $10 per team. The junior web administrator shall notify the Club Secretary of the imposition within 24 hours.
If the results have still not been entered after one week from the time of notification by the Junior Registrar, the team will forfeit all points for the relevant match.Rule 2.2 Team SheetsTeam captains prior to tossing will exchange signed team sheets. The captain may name no more than twelve (12) players, eleven (11) of whom may participate as batsmen and eleven (11) of whom may bowl or field at any timeRule 2.4 Hours of PlayUnder 12 16Two day match : 8:30am 11:45amOne day match : 8:30am 12:15pm
Under 11Two day match : 8:30am 11:00amOne day match : 8:30am 11:30am
Under 9 108:30am 10:30amRule 2.4 Hours of Play cont.Although every effort must be made by each team to complete the daily number of overs, matches are time based. The team bowling first shall receive no more than the overs they delivered, when it is their turn to bat, unless they dismissed the other team.Rule 2.5 Intervals2.5.1 Between Innings
A break of no more than 10 minutes is to be taken between inningsRule 2.20.6 Daily Over RequirementsUnder 13 to Under 16 50 oversUnder 12 45 oversUnder 10 to Under 11 40 overs
Where a wicket falls halfway through an over at the end of the first days play, that over shall be completed even if it goes beyond the normal finishing timeDay One Finishing TimeThe earliest that day one can finish is 11:35am (under 12 16) at the fall of the last wicket or the completion of the 50th over
If the first innings is completed prior to 11:35am for either reason then the bowling side WILL commence their innings and play will continue until 11:45amRule 2.5 Intervals cont.2.5.3 Drinks Break
Drinks may be taken within the scheduled hours of play for an interval not exceeding five (5) minutes as mutually agreed between the team officials before the commencement of the match.Rule 2.9 CaptainsThe captain of the team should be encouraged to take full control of his team at all times.
Captains are to toss the coin on or near the pitch with the home team captain to toss, the away team captain to callRule 2.9 Captains cont.Under 13 16Captains should have full control of the fielding side including bowling changes and field placements. The umpires should just be there to officiateRule 2.9 Captains cont.Under 12Captains should be encouraged to take full control of the fielding side including bowling changes and field placements. The umpires should just be there to officiate and OCCASSIONALLY offer advice. The on-field assistance should be minimised by the end of the third round.Rule 2.10 UmpiresAn Umpire is any individual entrusted with the duties of an umpire either at the Bowlers or Strikers end. Except in Under 9 and 10, umpires must alternate and officiate from different ends each over.
For under 9 and 10, a team official for the fielding side will act as Umpire at the bowlers end throughout the innings in order to assist the fielding side.Rule 2.11 Protective Equipment2.11.1 Close FieldingNo player shall field closer than ten (10) metres from the batsman without a helmet and protector
2.11.2 BatsmenAll players when batting are to wear a helmet under all weather conditions and against all bowling typesRule 2.11 Protective Equipment cont.2.11.3 WicketkeeperWhere a wicketkeeper is standing over the stumps a helmet is to be wornRule 2.11 Protective Equipment cont.2.11.4 Protective helmets belonging to the fielding side.shall be placed at least five metres behind the keeper and in line with both sets of stumps. No penalty runs shall be awarded if the ball hits the helmet. Dead ball is called and the ball is not replayedRule 2.13 Mandatory RetirementsPlayers must retire once they reach a score at least equal to the retiring score for their age group.
Under 10 retirement score 25Under 11 retirement score 30Under 12 + 13 retirement score 50Under 14 retirement score 75Under 15 + 16 retirement score 100Rule 2.14 BoundariesA representative from each team should be nominated to work together to put the markers in place.
Under 15 and 16 at least 60 metresUnder 13 and 14 at least 50 metresUnder 11 and 12 at least 40 metresRule 2.15 OversIn under 11 and 12 competitions an over shall not extend beyond 8 balls
A bowler shall have a minimum rest period between spells of at least the same actual number of overs bowled from the same end as the bowlers immediately concluded spell
Over limits apply to ALL bowlers regardless of paceRule 2.15 Overs cont.MaximumOversUnder10sUnder11sUnder12sUnder13sUnder14sUnder15sUnder16sPer spell2344455Per innings468881010Per day491212121515Rule 2.16.1 No BallsA ball that lands off the pitch between the stumps shall be called a No Ball
A ball bouncing more than twice before reaching the strikers popping crease in Under 11 to 16 competitions shall be deemed a No BallRule 2.16.2 Wide BallsA wide ball can only be called by the umpire at the bowlers end.
A wide is a ball that passes out of reach to either side of the batsman playing a normal cricket shotRule 2.17 Unfair or Careless Bowling2.17.1 A fast ball which bounces and passes over the head of the batsman when standing at a normal batting stance shall be called a No Ball
2.17.2 Any fast full pitched ball which passes above waist height shall be called a No Ball
2.17.3 A slow delivery which passes on the full above shoulder height of the striker in his normal batting position shall be called a No BallRule 2.20.2 First Innings DeclarationEach team (Under 12 to 16) will declare its first innings closed at the completion of 50 overs if not dismissed first.
Each team (Under 10 to 11) will declare its first innings closed at the completion of 40 overs if not dismissed first.
Any team may declare its innings closed at any timeLaw 36 Leg Before WicketThe striker is out LBW if:The ball pitches in line between wickets or on the off side of the strikers wicket, andThe ball, not having previously touched his bat, the striker intercepts the ball, either full pitch or after pitching, with any part of his person, andThe point of impact, even if above the level of the bails, eitherIs between wicket and wicket, orIs either between wicket and wicket or outside the line of off stump,If the striker has made no genuine attempt to play the ball with his bat and but for the interception the ball would have hit the wicket
Responsibilities of Team OfficialsIt is the expectation of the Executive Committee that each team will be accompanied throughout each match by two (2) Team Officials, fulfilling the roles of Umpire and Scorer. It is the responsibility of Team Officials to ensure that matches are played in the correct spirit in accordance with the Laws of Cricket and at all times meeting the requirements set out in the Rules.Responsibilities of Team Officials cont.It is the responsibility of Team Officials to ensure that:The ground is prepared for play by setting the boundary markers (Rule 2.14), placing the stumps and bails in the correct position and removing any objects, likely to be injurious to players, from the field of play;Play commences on time and finishes on tim