Tournament Fall 2006
Registration for the tournament
will be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis
The deadline is on September 18th, 2006.
The tournament begins on September 22nd 2006.
Complete schedule will be posted on the Mustangs Cricket Club website
on September 20th.
Rules and regulations
All games will be
played with taped hard tennis ball
A team comprises of not more than 8
players. ONE player from the team has to be designated as
a substitute player before the start of each game.
A player cannot represent more than one
The round robin league and the semi-finals
will be 6 Overs a side and the final will be 8 Overs a
If it rains on the day of the event and
the condition of the pitch does not allow for play, MCC
will try its best to re-schedule the tournament to a more
If ALL the team
members do not show up 10 min. prior to the scheduled game
time, they run the risk of having to forfeit the game.
The decision of the Organizing committee (Arvind,
Bhargav, Mithun and Ravi) is final and has to be respected
by all teams.
Aside from the above rules, regular ICC
rules will also be enforced
MCC CANNOT be
held liable for any injuries sustained during the course
of the tournament
In a 6 over match,
only TWO bowlers can bowl a maximum of 2 overs and the
others can bowl a maximum of 1 over.
In the eight over match (Semifinals and Finals), only one
bowler can bowl a maximum of 3 overs, 2 bowlers can bowl a
maximum of 2 overs and the others can bowl a maximum of 1
No-balls and wide fetch 1 run each.
In the event of a
dead ball, the batting team does not get an extra run but
the ball has to be bowled again.
A ball is declared
dead if and only if
crosses the stumps after 2 bounces without making any
contact with either a player or the bat.
hits the bat or a player after two bounces
Dismissals do not include LBW's.
An innings can end if
A batsman who scores 25 runs will HAVE to
retire. He can resume batting after 5 wickets have fallen.
Overthrows and Byes are included as part
of the score. Please note that runs cannot be scored
through leg byes.
Waist high full-toss ball or a bouncer
above shoulder height will be considered a no-ball. Please
note that the one bouncer ICC rule is not going to be
We will have markers to signify the
Substitutions are allowed if a team has
extra players and if the umpire agrees.
The umpire’s decision is final. Disputes
if any will be resolved by the umpires in consultation
with the Organizing Committee.
a game is tied, then the team that lost the lesser
number of wickets will win.
the number of wickets lost is also the same, then the
team that that has played fewer overs will win.
a dead lock still remains, a coin toss will determine
One bonus point will be awarded when
individual batsman scores 25 runs.
An individual bowler takes atleast
A team scores 60 or more runs
A team restricts the chasing team
to less than or equal to
50% of the
A team reaches the target score in