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Last Updated: Fri 17-Nov-2017



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CRICKET STANDINGS & FIXTURES – NORTHERN SATIS

  CURRENT STANDINGS Queried: 17-Nov-17
# Team Games Won Lost Draw Forfeit Points PPG For Against %
1 SOC Gold 8 7 1 0 0 36 450 1321 1035 1
2 SOC Blue 8 4 4 0 0 24 300 1178 1125 0
3 Grammar 8 4 4 0 0 24 300 1124 1108 0
4 St Patrick's Green 8 3 5 0 0 20 250 1082 1215 -1
5 St Patrick's Gold 8 2 6 0 0 16 200 966 1188 -1
  SEASON FIXTURES Queried: 17-Nov-17
Round 1 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 18-Feb-17
8:30 AM
Grammar — BYE —
Sat 18-Feb-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Gold St Patrick's Green Broadland Park St Patrick's Green Won (10/117 (19) to 9/131 (30))
Sat 18-Feb-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold SOC Blue East Launceston Primary School SOC Blue Won (10/151 (27) to 8/170 (30))
Round 2 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 25-Feb-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold — BYE —
Sat 25-Feb-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue St Patrick's Gold East Launceston Primary School SOC Blue Won (9/148 (30) to 10/111 (28))
Sat 25-Feb-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Green Faulkner Park St Patrick's Green Won (5/146 (30) to 7/155 (30))
Round 3 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 4-Mar-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green — BYE —
Sat 4-Mar-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Gold SOC Gold St Patrick's College SOC Gold Won (4/139 (30) to 9/159 (30))
Sat 4-Mar-17
8:30 AM
Grammar SOC Blue Faulkner Park Grammar Won (4/168 (30) to 5/143 (30))
Round 4 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 18-Mar-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue — BYE —
Sat 18-Mar-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Gold Broadland Park St Patrick's Gold Won (10/115 (25) to 6/181 (30))
Sat 18-Mar-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold St Patrick's Green East Launceston Primary School SOC Gold Won (9/189 (30) to 9/176 (30))
Round 5 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 25-Mar-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Gold — BYE —
Sat 25-Mar-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue St Patrick's Green East Launceston Primary School St Patrick's Green Won (7/148 (28) to 7/171 (28))
Sat 25-Mar-17
8:30 AM
Grammar SOC Gold Faulkner Park SOC Gold Won (10/93 (30) to 8/125 (30))
Round 6 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 1-Apr-17
8:30 AM
Grammar — BYE —
Sat 1-Apr-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold SOC Blue East Launceston Primary School SOC Gold Won (8/190 (30) to 9/152 (30))
Sat 1-Apr-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green St Patrick's Gold Faulkner Park St Patrick's Gold Won (7/145 (30) to 7/146 (28))
Round 7 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 8-Apr-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold — BYE —
Sat 8-Apr-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue St Patrick's Gold East Launceston Primary School SOC Blue Won (6/133 (25) to 8/78 (25))
Sat 8-Apr-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Green Faulkner Park Grammar Won (8/156 (30) to 8/119 (27))
Round 8 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 21-Oct-17 St Patrick's Green — BYE —
Sat 21-Oct-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold St Patrick's Gold Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead SOC Gold Won (6/178 (30) to 6/109 (30))
Sat 21-Oct-17
8:30 AM
Grammar SOC Blue Faulkner Park Grammar Won (6/158 (30) to 10/135 (27))
Round 9 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 28-Oct-17 SOC Blue — BYE —
Sat 28-Oct-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Gold Faulkner Park Grammar Won (4/179 (20) to 1/85 (20))
Sat 28-Oct-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green SOC Gold St Patrick's College SOC Gold Won (10/87 (28) to 8/164 (30))
Round 10 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 11-Nov-17 St Patrick's Gold — BYE —
Sat 11-Nov-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue St Patrick's Green Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead SOC Blue Won (9/149 (30) to 7/98 (30))
Sat 11-Nov-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold Grammar Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead SOC Gold Won (10/165 (22.3) to 8/109 (30))
Round 11 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 18-Nov-17 Grammar — BYE —
Sat 18-Nov-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue SOC Gold Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 18-Nov-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Gold St Patrick's Green St Patrick's College
Round 12 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 25-Nov-17 SOC Gold — BYE —
Sat 25-Nov-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue St Patrick's Gold Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 25-Nov-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Green Faulkner Park
Round 13 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 2-Dec-17 — FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
5th on ladder no game
Sat 2-Dec-17
8:30 AM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
3 v 4 Final
Sat 2-Dec-17
8:30 AM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
1 v 2 Final
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  CURRENT STANDINGS Queried: 17-Nov-17
# Team Games Won Lost Draw Forfeit Points PPG For Against %
1 St Patrick's Green 9 8 1 0 0 41 455 1346 990 1
2 SOC Blue 8 5 3 0 0 28 350 1233 992 1
3 SOC Gold 2 1 1 0 0 6 300 198 226 1
4 St Patrick's Gold 9 4 5 0 0 25 277 1197 1236 0
5 Grammar 8 0 8 0 0 8 100 999 1529 -2
  SEASON FIXTURES Queried: 17-Nov-17
Round 1 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 18-Feb-17 St Patrick's Gold — BYE —
Sat 18-Feb-17
8:30 AM
Grammar — BYE —
Sat 18-Feb-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green SOC Blue Launceston Grammar St Patrick's Green Won (5/169 (30) to 9/159 (30))
Round 2 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 25-Feb-17 St Patrick's Green — BYE —
Sat 25-Feb-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue — BYE —
Sat 25-Feb-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Gold Launceston Grammar St Patrick's Gold Won (6/198 (30) to 6/210 (30))
Round 3 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 4-Mar-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue St Patrick's Gold Broadland Park SOC Blue Won (7/151 (30) to 10/112 (30))
Sat 4-Mar-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Green Launceston Grammar St Patrick's Green Won (10/122 (30) to 2/208 (30))
Round 4 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 18-Mar-17
8:30 AM
Grammar SOC Blue Launceston Grammar SOC Blue Won (10/107 (26) to 8/173 (30))
Sat 18-Mar-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green St Patrick's Gold St Patrick's College St Patrick's Green Won (5/138 (30) to 6/125 (30))
Round 5 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 25-Mar-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Gold Launceston Grammar St Patrick's Gold Won (5/159 (29) to 5/185 (29))
Sat 25-Mar-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green SOC Blue St Patrick's College St Patrick's Green Won (2/117 (30) to 4/106 (30))
Round 6 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 1-Apr-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Green Launceston Grammar St Patrick's Green Won (10/105 (26) to 6/198 (30))
Sat 1-Apr-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Gold SOC Blue St Patrick's College St Patrick's Gold Won (4/166 (30) to 4/157 (30))
Round 7 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 8-Apr-17
8:30 AM
Grammar SOC Blue Launceston Grammar SOC Blue Won (10/130 (30) to 4/262 (30))
Sat 8-Apr-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green St Patrick's Gold St Patrick's College St Patrick's Green Won (7/118 (29) to 8/68 (21))
Round 8 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 21-Oct-17 SOC Gold — BYE —
Sat 21-Oct-17
8:30 AM
Grammar SOC Blue Broadland Park SOC Blue Won (9/84 (30) to 5/114 (30))
Sat 21-Oct-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Gold St Patrick's Green St Patrick's College St Patrick's Green Won (8/100 (25) to 8/117 (30))
Round 9 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 28-Oct-17 Grammar — BYE —
Sat 28-Oct-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue St Patrick's Green Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead SOC Blue Won (7/111 (29) to 7/107 (30))
Sat 28-Oct-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold St Patrick's Gold Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead SOC Gold Won (4/104 (14) to 10/52 (30))
Round 10 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 11-Nov-17 SOC Blue — BYE —
Sat 11-Nov-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Green SOC Gold St Patrick's College St Patrick's Green Won (2/174 (30) to 10/94 (25))
Sat 11-Nov-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Gold Launceston Grammar – Mowbray St Patrick's Gold Won (10/94 (30) to 9/179 (30))
Round 11 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 18-Nov-17 St Patrick's Gold — BYE —
Sat 18-Nov-17
8:30 AM
SOC Blue SOC Gold Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 18-Nov-17
8:30 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Green Launceston Grammar – Mowbray
Round 12 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 25-Nov-17 St Patrick's Green — BYE —
Sat 25-Nov-17
8:30 AM
SOC Gold Grammar Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 25-Nov-17
8:30 AM
St Patrick's Gold SOC Blue St Patrick's College
Round 13 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 2-Dec-17 — FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
5th place bye
Sat 2-Dec-17
8:30 AM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
1 v 2 Final
Sat 2-Dec-17
8:30 AM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
3 v 4 Final
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CRICKET REGULATIONS – NORTHERN SATIS
Year 7 & 8 Cricket Rules and Regulations & Senior 3rds Rules and Regulations and Game Format
 
1.   VENUES Games are played Saturday mornings and are indicated on Official rosters.  The matches shall commence at 8.30am and a limit of 90 minutes will be applied to the team batting first.
2.   ROSTERS Continue over Term 1 & Term 4.
3.   GAMES
 (a) 30 overs are bowled with no bowler allowed more than 5 overs.
 (b) Every player excluding the wicket keeper must bowl a minimum of two overs in a full fielding innings (30 overs).
 (c) If the first team is dismissed before 30 overs are bowled the second team is entitled to receive 30 overs, but no more.
 (d) If the game is interrupted a reduced number of overs for each team is agreed upon.   (3 minutes per over is the guideline).
 (e)  Batsmen retire after 30 runs or 30 minutes, whichever comes first.
As a guideline the match should be completed by 1.00 pm.
4.   SAFETY (a) It is compulsory that all players wear helmets when batting.
(b)    Schools should provide a minimum of 2 helmets per team.
(c)     Players should field no closer than 8 metres from the bat.  This does not prevent players fielding in slips or acting as wicket keepers, being closer.   Umpires to control.
5.  RESULTS (a) Both coaches should agree on the score at the end of each innings and at the end
    of the game.
 (b) Both teams must forward results to the School Administrator for transfer to the
    NSATIS Officer.
6.  UMPIRES Each school is to supply a competent Umpire, who may also be the scorer.
7.  SCORER Both teams must have all details complete in their scorebook and both teams must have a scorer, this can be the Umpire.
8.  BALLS Two piece 156 gram leather case cricket balls for matches played on synthetic, matting or turf pitches.  One ball change is permitted for the team bowling first at the 15 over mark at the discretion of the match umpires.
 
9.  ILLEGAL DELIVERIES
 All wides and No-Balls to count as 2 runs.  These are not to be re-bowled except in the last over of the innings where 6 legal balls must be bowled.  AN ILLEGAL DELIVERY is any (a) FULL TOSS of either pace or spin that reaches the batter above waist height in the normal batting stance.  (b) Any delivery that passes over the batter’s shoulder as a result of a short-pitched delivery.  (c)  Any deliver that contravenes the laws in regard to the bowling creases, and (d) Any delivery that is too wide for the batter to play from the normal batting position.
 Runs can be scored off No-Balls and wides.   Runs scored add to the 2 runs already scored from the extra.  For example, a bowler bowls a front foot No-Ball and the batter hits it and runs 2.  4 runs are scored – 2 for the batter, 2 to the No-Ball, and 4 to the bowler’s figures.
 If runs are taken off of wides, the runs completed simply add to the 2 wides.
10. 12th MAN By mutual agreement between coaches, the 12th man may be involved in fielding, batting and bowling, provided only 11 players are on the field at any one time.
11.  FIVE OVER RULE
 Five consecutive overs are bowled from one end with the batsmen changing ends after each over except after the fifth, when fielders change ends.
12.  FINALISTS (a)   Grand finals are played between the top two ladder positions.
 (b) Where two teams are equal on points, then the team which won the last   encounter between the two teams takes the top position.
 (c) If the final is washed out, the team occupying the top ladder position is the Premier team.
 (d)  If the final is drawn, the Premiership is shared.
13.  POINTS
The points system shall be as follows
        

          

              

                

          • 5 – Win
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          • 3 – Draw or Tie
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          • 1 – Loss  
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          • 0 – Forfeit
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14.               CANCELLATION
 ABC Radio and Chilli FM after 7.00am News     If no official cancellation is given the cancellation may be mutually agreed upon by coaches/supervisors.  If mutual agreement cannot be achieved, then the game should go ahead.  If a coach/supervisor refuses, then that team forfeits the game
 
 
Senior 3rds Rules and Regulations and Game Format
 
        

    • 9.00 am start – matches should be completed by about 2.00 pm
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    • There is to be no set lunch break lunch break
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    • Matches consist of 40 overs/team played in the following format:
            Team 1 bats for 20 overs
            Team 2 bats for 20 overs
            Team 1 bats for 20 overs
            Team 2 bts for 20 overs
 
All other usual rules of cricket apply.
CRICKET STANDINGS & FIXTURES – SOUTHERN SATIS

  CURRENT STANDINGS Queried: 17-Nov-17
# Team Games Won Lost Draw Forfeit Points PPG For Against %
1 St Aloysius 4 3 1 0 0 16 400 870 768 1
2 St Virgils 4 3 1 0 0 16 400 596 565 0
3 MacKillop Blue 4 1 3 0 0 8 200 643 666 5
4 Hutchins 4 1 3 0 0 8 200 486 596 -7
  SEASON FIXTURES Queried: 17-Nov-17
Round 1 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Mon 23-Oct-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins St Virgils Barrie Irons Oval Hutchins Won (2/130 (20) to 10/129 (20))
Mon 23-Oct-17
4:15 PM
St Aloysius MacKillop Blue St Aloysius Oval Huntingfield St Aloysius Won (9/153 (20) to 9/136 (20))
Round 2 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Mon 30-Oct-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins MacKillop Blue Barrie Irons Oval MacKillop Blue Won (1/2 to 0/93)
Mon 30-Oct-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils St Aloysius St Virgil's Main Oval St Virgils Won (6/162 (20) to 8/137 (19.5))
Round 3 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Mon 6-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Aloysius Hutchins St Aloysius Oval Huntingfield St Aloysius Won (7/246 (20) to 6/230 (20))
Mon 6-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils MacKillop Blue St Virgil's Main Oval St Virgils Won (3/177 (20) to 2/174 (20))
Round 4 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Mon 13-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Aloysius MacKillop Blue St Aloysius Oval Huntingfield St Aloysius Won (2/334 (20) to 7/240 (20))
Mon 13-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils Hutchins St Virgil's Main Oval St Virgils Won (3/128 (20) to 6/124 (20))
Round 5 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Mon 20-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins St Aloysius Barrie Irons Oval
Mon 20-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils MacKillop Blue St Virgil's Main Oval
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  CURRENT STANDINGS Queried: 17-Nov-17
# Team Games Won Lost Draw Forfeit Points PPG For Against %
1 Hutchins Magenta 4 3 0 1 0 18 450 309 130 0
2 St Virgils Gold 4 2 2 0 0 12 300 128 175 0
3 St Virgils Blue 3 1 1 1 0 9 300 12 16 0
4 MacKillop Red 2 1 1 0 0 6 300 54 79 0
5 Friends 4 2 1 0 1 11 275 235 168 0
6 Hutchins Black 3 0 3 0 0 3 100 186 356 0
  SEASON FIXTURES Queried: 17-Nov-17
Round 1 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 24-Oct-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Black MacKillop Red Barrie Irons Oval
Tue 24-Oct-17
4:15 PM
Friends Hutchins Magenta Bell Street – top oval Friends Forfeited
Tue 24-Oct-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils Gold St Virgils Blue St Virgil's College – JPC St Virgils Gold Won (88/6 to 76/1)
Round 2 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 31-Oct-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Black St Virgils Gold Barrie Irons Oval St Virgils Gold Won (101/5 to 59)
Tue 31-Oct-17
4:15 PM
Friends MacKillop Red Bell Street – top oval Friends Won (74 to 10/48)
Tue 31-Oct-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils Blue Hutchins Magenta St Virgil's Main Oval Draw (89/6 to 147/6)
Round 3 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 7-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Magenta Hutchins Black Hutchins WMO Oval Hutchins Magenta Won (140 to 66)
Tue 7-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Friends St Virgils Blue Bell Street – top oval St Virgils Blue Won (92/4 to 94/5)
Tue 7-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils Gold MacKillop Red St Virgil's College – JPC MacKillop Red Won (136/5 to 47/6)
Round 4 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 14-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Black Friends Barrie Irons Oval Friends Won (115 to 157)
Tue 14-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Magenta St Virgils Gold Hutchins WMO Oval Hutchins Magenta Won (163 to 58)
Tue 14-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils Blue MacKillop Red St Virgil's Main Oval
Round 5 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 21-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Black St Virgils Blue Barrie Irons Oval
Tue 21-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Magenta MacKillop Red Hutchins WMO Oval
Tue 21-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils Gold Friends St Virgil's College – JPC
Round 6 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 28-Nov-17
4:15 PM
Hutchins Magenta Friends Barrie Irons Oval
Tue 28-Nov-17
4:15 PM
MacKillop Red Hutchins Black Hutchins WMO Oval
Tue 28-Nov-17
4:15 PM
St Virgils Blue St Virgils Gold St Virgil's Main Oval
Round 7 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 5-Dec-17
4:15 PM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
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  SSATIS Boys Year 7-8 Cricket – History of Champions
2016 St Virgils Gold
2015 St Aloysius Blue

CRICKET REGULATIONS – SOUTHERN SATIS
 
 
SSATIS Cricket Regulations
Grade 7-10 Boys Rosters
 
PLAYING CONDITIONS
 
 
All matches in the SSATIS Grade 7-10 competition are played under the laws of cricket with the following amendments.
 
GENERAL CONDITIONS
 
(a) Teams shall consist of a maximum 13 players each.
 
(b) No team may commence play on any day without at least eight (8) players at the ground. If for any reason a team is not ready to start play by 4.35pm it shall automatically forfeit the match.
 
(c) Matches will be played between 4:15pm and 6:45pm. The first innings shall commence at 4:15pm and conclude at 5:30pm. The second innings shall commence at 5:40pm and conclude at 6:45pm. In the event the team batting first is dismissed within 20 overs and prior to 5:30pm, the second innings may commence immediately following a 10 minute break, with the bowling team having 1 hr and 10 minutes to complete 20 overs.
 
(d) No over may be started after 6:45pm on any evening. It is the responsibility of umpires and coaches to ensure that this rule is not broken.  Late starts, slow over rates and weather interruptions are not excuses for breaking this rule.
 
(e) Late Starts Due To Weather: Should a late start occur due to the weather conditions, the time remaining shall be divided in half and overs calculated at the rate of one over every 3 minutes. Should the number of overs remaining not be devisable by two, add one additional over to ensure both teams receive an equal number of overs.
 
(f) No team may bat for more than 20 overs and a Compulsory Declaration will occur at 5:40pm regardless of whether the 20 overs have been completed.
 
(g) In the event that the team batting first does not get bowled out and are forced to close their innings prior to facing their allotted 20 overs, the team batting second shall only receive the same number of overs as they bowled to the team batting first.
 
(h) Play shall cease at 6:45pm or at the completion of the over that commenced prior to 6:45pm. Should the team batting second receive fewer overs than the team batting first, the result will be determined by the runs scored at the completion of the equal number of overs faced by each team.
 
(i) The ball to be used is to be of good quality, White coloured and EITHER a two piece or 4 piece leather ball.
(j)    Only those matches where results are achieved will count for the purpose of net run rate calculations. Where a match is abandoned, but a result is achieved the SATIS 1st Regulations apply… If the innings of the team batting second is shortened, then the amended target score will be calculated as follows:
        

    • the total runs scored by the team batting first from the same number of overs to be received by the team batting second.
    •   

    • The highest scoring overs of the team batting first shall be counted.
    •   

    • This total is then discounted by the rate of 0.5% per over lost. e.g. If the match was reduced to a 35 over match the second team must score 95% of the sum of the 35 highest scoring overs from the first 45 over innings.
    •   

    • the target score is then the discounted total (ignoring fractions) plus 1 run.
 
 
BATTING
 
(a)  A batsman must retire after facing 20 balls during an innings.  Retired batters may return to bat at the fall of the last wicket of that innings, in the same order that they retired.
 
(b)   New batsmen must be in position within 90 seconds of a wicket falling.
 
BOWLING RESTRICTIONS
 
 (a) No Bowler may bowl more than 4 overs in a game.
 
NO BALLS
 
(a)   A No Ball is;
1) A short pitched delivery that passes or would have passed above the batsman standing upright at the crease.
2) A full toss over waist height regardless of the speed of the bowler.
 
(b)   A No Ball equals one run plus any runs scored by the batsman and shall be re-bowled.
 
(c)  The delivery following a no ball shall be a free hit to the batsman with standard rules on no-ball dismissals applying.
 
FIELDING RESTRICTIONS
 
(a)   All fielders must be at least 10 metres from the batsman. This restriction doesn’t apply to the wicket keeper or slips cordon, including Gully.
 
(b)   A bat/pad fielder is allowed but it is compulsory to wear a helmet and a protector (box). Should the bat/pad not wear a helmet the umpires will not allow play to commence until the player is at least 10 metres from the batsman.
 
(c)   No more than four (4) fielders may be within 20 metres of the boundary for any delivery. The 20 metre mark shall be judged by the umpire/s.
 
 
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
 
RESULTS
The result is decided on the number of runs scored by each team at the same number of overs as per Rule 1(d) and 1(g). If both teams are tied on the same number of runs, the result in this case is a Tie.
N.B. Declarations are counted as team dismissed.
 
Each team must face a minimum of five (5) overs for a result to be attained from a match.
 
MATCH POINTS
The match points in this competition are awarded as follows;
 
WIN   5
LOSS   0
DRAW/NO RESULT (wash out) 3
TIE   3
FORFEIT WIN  5
FORFEIT LOSS  0
 
 
SCORING
 
NO BALLS:
As stated above, a No Ball will incur a one run penalty to be scored in the No Balls column.
 
In the case that runs are taken off a No Ball, these will be additional to the one run penalty for the bowling of the No Ball. If these runs are off the bat, any runs taken will go to the batsman, with the one run penalty being recorded in the No Balls column. If runs are taken as byes or leg-byes, the same situation will occur with one run added to the No Balls column and any additional runs completed added to the byes or leg-byes column.
 
WIDES:
A wide equals one run and shall be re-bowled. Should the wide not be taken by the wicket keeper or any other fieldsman, the additional runs are scored as wides, for example, if a wide is bowled and the batsmen run two, the total is three wides.
 
 
 
 
SSATIS Cricket Regulations
Grade 7-10 Girls Rosters
 
PLAYING CONDITIONS
 
Number of Players: 7 a-side
Pitch Length: 15m
Boundary Length: 30 – 35m
Overs per Innings: 20
Batting Rules:** Each batter faces 17 live balls before retiring, when they are out, they just swop ends.
Playing gear: Helmets, gloves, pads Bowling:  
All overs are bowled from one end. Option of either having 6 or 8 ball overs depending on time constraints
Fielders:  All players except for the wicket keeper rotates after the over Ball:  Kookaburra Softaball (R/W) Junior Product Code: CB1688JRW3 Can be purchased through Greg Chappell or other cricket stores and cost around – 14  
 
** This is a new concept which hasn’t been tested in actual rosters yet, Cricket Tasmania will monitor the success rate and whether it is practical to play a 20 over game and allow each player to face 17 live balls throughout the 2016-17 season and provide SSATIS with recommendations prior to the roster.
 
CRICKET STANDINGS & FIXTURES – STATEWIDE

  CURRENT STANDINGS Queried: 17-Nov-17
# Team Games Won Lost Draw Forfeit Points PPG For Against %
1 St Patrick's
2 Scotch Oakburn
3 Hutchins
4 Grammar
  SEASON FIXTURES Queried: 17-Nov-17
Round 1 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 3-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Grammar Hutchins Launceston Grammar – Mowbray
Sat 3-Feb-18
10:00 AM
St Patrick's Scotch Oakburn St Patrick's College
Round 2 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 10-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Launceston Grammar – Mowbray
Sat 10-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Hutchins Scotch Oakburn War Memorial Oval
Round 3 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 17-Feb-18
10:00 AM
St Patrick's Hutchins St Patrick's College
Sat 17-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Grammar Scotch Oakburn Launceston Grammar – Mowbray
Round 4 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 24-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Scotch Oakburn St Patrick's Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 24-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Hutchins Grammar War Memorial Oval
Round 5 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 3-Mar-18
10:00 AM
Scotch Oakburn Hutchins Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 3-Mar-18
10:00 AM
St Patrick's Grammar St Patrick's College
Round 6 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 10-Mar-18
10:00 AM
Scotch Oakburn Grammar Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 10-Mar-18
10:00 AM
Hutchins St Patrick's War Memorial Oval
Round 7 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Fri 16-Mar-18
11:00 AM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
State Final 16 & 17 March 2018
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  Statewide Senior 1st Grade Cricket – History of Champions
2017 St Patrick's
2016 Scotch Oakburn
2015 Scotch Oakburn

  CURRENT STANDINGS Queried: 17-Nov-17
# Team Games Won Lost Draw Forfeit Points PPG For Against %
1 St Patrick's
2 Scotch Oakburn
3 Hutchins
4 Grammar
  SEASON FIXTURES Queried: 17-Nov-17
Round 1 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 30-Jan-18
9:30 AM
Grammar Hutchins Scotch Oakburn Park
Tue 30-Jan-18
9:30 AM
Scotch Oakburn St Patrick's Scotch Oakburn Park
Round 2 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Tue 30-Jan-18
2:00 PM
St Patrick's Hutchins Scotch Oakburn Park
Tue 30-Jan-18
2:00 PM
Grammar Scotch Oakburn Scotch Oakburn Park
Round 3 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Wed 31-Jan-18
9:30 AM
Hutchins Scotch Oakburn Scotch Oakburn Park
Wed 31-Jan-18
9:30 AM
St Patrick's Grammar Scotch Oakburn Park
Round 4 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Wed 31-Jan-18
2:00 PM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
3 v 4
Wed 31-Jan-18
2:00 PM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
1v 2
  Format for Printer…
  Statewide Senior 1st Grade Cricket – History of Champions
2017 St Patrick's
2016 Scotch Oakburn
2015 Scotch Oakburn

  CURRENT STANDINGS Queried: 17-Nov-17
# Team Games Won Lost Draw Forfeit Points PPG For Against %
1 St Patrick's
2 Scotch Oakburn
3 Hutchins
4 Grammar
  SEASON FIXTURES Queried: 17-Nov-17
Round 1 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 3-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Scotch Oakburn St Patrick's Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 3-Feb-18
11:00 AM
Hutchins Grammar War Memorial Oval
Round 2 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 10-Feb-18
10:00 AM
St Patrick's Grammar St Patrick's College
Sat 10-Feb-18
11:00 AM
Scotch Oakburn Hutchins Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Round 3 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 17-Feb-18
10:00 AM
Scotch Oakburn Grammar Scotch Oakburn Park – Newstead
Sat 17-Feb-18
11:00 AM
Hutchins St Patrick's War Memorial Oval
Round 4 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 24-Feb-18
10:00 AM
St Patrick's Scotch Oakburn St Patrick's College
Sat 24-Feb-18
11:00 AM
Grammar Hutchins Launceston Grammar – Mowbray
Round 5 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 3-Mar-18
10:00 AM
Grammar St Patrick's Launceston Grammar – Mowbray
Sat 3-Mar-18
11:00 AM
Hutchins Scotch Oakburn War Memorial Oval
Round 6 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 10-Mar-18
10:00 AM
Grammar Scotch Oakburn Launceston Grammar – Mowbray
Sat 10-Mar-18
11:00 AM
St Patrick's Hutchins St Patrick's College
Round 7 Home Team Away Team Venue Result
Sat 17-Mar-18
11:00 AM
— FINALS ROUND — Teams to be announced.
State Final
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  Statewide Senior 2nd Grade Cricket – History of Champions
2017 Hutchins
2016 Scotch Oakburn

CRICKET REGULATIONS – STATEWIDE
CRICKET REGULATIONS – STATEWIDE     
 
Includes:
First X1 60 over Rules and Regulations
Second X1 445 over Rules and Regulations
State final Rules and Regulations
Shortened version for Umpires
20/20 Rules and Regulations
 
 SATIS – Cricket Rules and Regulations
1.0 THE SPIRIT OF CRICKET
Cricket is a game that owes much of its unique appeal by the fact that it is expected to be played not only within the laws, but also within the spirit of the game. Any action which is seen to abuse this spirit causes injury to the game itself. The major responsibility for ensuring for the spirit of fair play rests with the captains.
1.1 There are two Laws which place the responsibility for the team’s conduct firmly on the captain:
 Responsibility of Captains and coaches
The captains and coaches are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the spirit of the game as well as within the Laws.
 Players Conduct
In the event of any player failing to comply with the instructions of an umpire, criticising his decisions by word or action, or showing dissent, or generally behaving in a manner which might bring the game into disrepute, the umpire concerned shall in the first place report the matter to the other umpire and to the player’s captain and coach requesting the latter to take action.
1.2 Fair and Unfair Play
According to the Laws the umpires are the sole judges of fair and unfair play.
The umpires may intervene at any time and it is the responsibility of the captains and coaches to take action where required.
1.3 The umpires are authorised to intervene in cases of:      
      
        
        

    • Time wasting as specified in Laws 42.9 and 42.10
 
        

    • Damaging the pitch as specified in Law 42.11
 
        

    • Intimidating bowling as specified in Laws 42.6, 42.7 and 42.8
 
        

    • Tampering with the ball as specified in Law 42.3
 
        

    • Any other action they consider to be unfair
 
        

    • In all cases where action is taken under this regulation, the umpire/s shall advise the coaches of both teams as soon as practicable.
      
 
 
 
1.4 The spirit of the game involves RESPECT for:
  
        

    • Your opponents
 
        

    • Your own captain and team
 
        

    • The role of the umpires
 
        

    • The game’s traditional values
 
    
    
      
      
1.5 It is against the spirit of the game:
 
        

    • To question an umpire’s decision by word, action or gesture.
 
        

    • To direct abusive language towards an opponent or umpire.
 
        

    • Indulge in cheating or in sharp practice
      
      
For example
(a) appeal knowing that the batsman is not out.
(b) advance towards an umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing.
(c) seek to distract an opponent either verbally or by harassment with persistent clapping or unnecessary noise under guise of enthusiasm and motivation of one’s own side.
  
      
    
    
  
  
  
  
    
    
      
      
        
1.6 Violence
There is no place for any act of violence on the field of play.
1.7 Players
Captains, coaches and umpires together set the tone for the conduct of a cricket match and every player is expected to make an important contribution to this.
2.0 ALL MATCHES
2.1 In the event that a ground is deemed unfit for play, a match may be transferred to a ground within that region provided a ground is available. Such a game may not be transferred between regions. If a game is unable to be played on the scheduled day owing to ground conditions, the game will be declared a draw and points shared. The game will not be able to be played at another time.2.2 In the event that a game is in doubt, the host school must ensure that their opposition is informed as soon as the possibility of a cancellation becomes apparent.
2.3 Lightning Clause
When the gap between lightning and thunder is less than 30 seconds the competition must cease until 30 minutes after the last thunder
        

    • the total number of runs scored by the team batting first from the equivalent number of highest scoring overs
 
        

    • this total is then discounted at the rate of 0.5% per over lost.
 
        

    • the target score is then the discounted total number of runs (ignoring fractions) plus one run.
 
3.0 1ST X1 STATE WIDE ROSTER
In the event of a statewide roster being conducted, the following playing conditions will apply:
3.1 The matches shall be played under the current Laws of Cricket subject to any variations herein.
3.2 SATIS Minor premiers shall be decided on the completion of the full home and away roster.
3.3 Each team is entitled to have 60 overs (360 legitimate balls) bowled to it unless it is dismissed beforehand. There is to be no second innings.
3.4 Play will continue until such time as the game has been decided. In the case of the team batting second reaching the target score before receiving its quota of overs, both captains must agree to the game continuing at that point. Thereafter play will cease as soon as either captain wants it to. Scores when the game was decided will be used for all official purposes
3.4.1 In the event of conditions preventing the team batting second from receiving its quota of overs and provided 30 overs can be completed by each side, the target score is calculated as follows:
  
  
    
    
      
      
        
      
3.4.2 In the event of the side batting first being dismissed in less than 60 overs their run rate is calculated using the full quota of overs available to them.
3.4.3 A progressive score, including all extras must be kept at the end of each over of the team batting first.
3.4.4 In the event of less than 30 overs being completed by each side the match shall be declared a draw.
3.5 When an interruption occurs within, or extends into the 15-minute period prior to a scheduled interval that interval shall be taken immediately.
3.6 Pitches shall be covered before the commencement of play and during play because of rain. For roster matches, pitches are to be covered for at least the two nights prior to the start of the game.
3.7 The points systems shall be as follows:
  
        

    • win 5 points
 
        

    • loss 1 points
 
        

    • tie 3 points
 
        

    • no result possible 3 points each
        
    
When 2 teams finish equal on points the quotient over the full season will be used to split the 2 teams.      
     
      Quotient = (runs scored wickets lost)  (runs conceded wickets taken)
    
  
        
3.8 Hours of Play
Daylight Saving
E.S.T.
10.00am to 12.20pm
9.30am to 11.50am
1.00pm to change of innings
12.30pm to change of innings
change of innings to 3.30pm
change of innings to 3.10pm
3.50pm to end of game
3.30pm to end of game
Either side may take drinks after each continuous hour’s play, but not within 15 minutes of the lunch or afternoon tea breaks. In very hot weather, if Captains and the Umpires agree, drinks may be taken every 40 minutes.
3.9 Time Lost
Late start – the number of minutes lost shall be divided by six and the resultant whole number shall be the number of overs lost to each team e.g. a 10.30am start means a 55 over game.
If play is to begin after 11.20am, lunch will be taken before play begins.
For time lost during play, less than six minutes is to be ignored.
Once six minutes or more is lost, an over shall be lost for each whole three minutes, e.g. if side A have batted for 45 overs when 36 minutes play is lost, the match is reduced to a 54 over game.
 
3.10 Guidelines for Home Teams           
  
  
    
        

    • provide two complete sets of stumps and bails
 
        

    • supply two identical four-piece leather cricket balls
 
        

    • provide lunch, afternoon tea and drinks
 
        

    • provide a suitable scoreboard
 
        

    • phone results and brief publicity to the relevant media.
 
        

    • forward results to the SATIS Executive Officer
 
        

    • provide at least one umpire. When either team provides an umpire, the host association shall organise payment of the umpire at the standard rate.
      
      
    
    
  
  
3.11 Bowling Restrictions
3.11.1 Bowling restrictions as laid down by Cricket Australia’s National Guidelines. *(but note below)
This By-Law relates to fast and medium pace bowlers, as defined by the umpires.
Daily limits are imposed as follows:
(a) Under 19, a maximum spell of eight consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 20 overs.
(b) Under 17, a maximum spell of six consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 16 overs.
(c) Under 15, a maximum spell of five consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 10 overs.
(d) These regulations apply to players for the entire season, even if they turn 15, 17 or 19 in that season. The player’s age shall be taken from January 1st of the current year.
Please note: These regulations only apply to non-slow bowlers.
3.11.2 Non-slow bowlers Once a bowler has bowled 3 overs of pace, as determined by the umpire/s, he is to be considered a non-slow bowler for the remainder of the spell and shall be subject to the conditions above regarding bowling restrictions. If there is disagreement between umpires, either both appointed or both staff, then the bowler is to be considered a non-slow bowler.
3.11.3 Bowling spells. Once a non-slow bowler has bowled 3 overs in a six over period, he is deemed to have begun a spell. A spell is deemed to have concluded when 3 consecutive overs have passed without that player bowling. At the conclusion of a spell he must be rested for twice the number of overs he bowled in that spell. If only one umpire is an appointed umpire he has sole discretion.
3.12 When official umpires are unavailable, members of staff should be paid as per the normal rates for umpiring First XI games.
3.13 Fair play
Umpires are urged to encourage fair and proper play at all times. Immediate action should be taken to eliminate such things as undue waste of time, sledging or taunting, by cautioning the Captain, even all the players of the offending team. If this proves to be ineffective, a written report should be sent to the principal of the school concerned and to the SATIS Executive Officer.
3.14 Number of Players
Teams can play 12 but only 11 may bat and only 11 may field at any one time. All 12 may bowl. If a player is not taking part in the match he should not be listed in the score sheet.
3.15 Wides, no balls and short-pitched bowling *(but note below)
The following shall apply to wides, no balls, and short pitched bowling.
3.15.1 Wides – Law 25
3.15.2 No Balls: one run shall be added to the score and the ball rebowled.
 a) Front foot rule – Law 24.5
b) A full toss over hip height – Law 42
3.15.3 One bumper per over is allowed. A bumper is a ball passing over the shoulder of the batsman standing upright at the popping crease.
3.16 Results
3.16.1 Both teams are required to send the SATIS result sheet to the Executive Officer on the Monday following the match. The result sheet is to include the names of all players who took part in the game together with their date of birth, as well as each team’s scores.
*Note: The player’s age shall be taken as at January 1st of the current year.
4.0 SECOND XI STATE WIDE ROSTER
All matches shall be played under the current Laws of cricket subject to any variations herein.
All matches to be played on a turf pitch.
4.1 Wides, no balls and short-pitched bowling *(but note below)
The following shall apply to wides, no balls, and short pitched bowling.
4.1.1 Wides – Law 25
4.1.2 No Balls: one run shall be added to the score and the ball rebowled.
 a) Front foot rule – Law 24.5
b) A full toss over hip height – Law 42
4.1.3 One bumper per batsman per over is allowed. A bumper is a ball passing over the shoulder of the batsman standing upright at the popping crease.
4.2 Fair play
Umpires are urged to encourage fair and proper play at all times. Immediate action should be taken to eliminate such things as undue waste of time, sledging or taunting, by cautioning the Captain, even all the players of the offending team. If this proves to be ineffective, a written report should be sent to the Principal of the school concerned and to the SATIS Executive Officer.
4.3 Number of Players
Teams can play 12 but only 11 may bat and only 11 may field at any one time. All 12 may bowl.
4.4 Length of matches
All matches are to be 45 over games, commencing at 10 am. Lunch (40 minutes) will be taken at the completion of the innings of the team batting first and is to be provided by the host school.
4.5 Shortened matches
In the event of conditions interrupting play, the team batting second must receive at least 20 overs for there to be a win/loss result to the match.
4.5.1 Late start. If a game starts late, the total amount of time lost shall be divided by 6 and the resultant whole number shall be the number of overs deducted from the entitlement of each team’s innings. (e.g. a 10.30am start reduces a match to 40 overs each).
(i) If no play is possible before 12.20pm lunch shall be taken then.
(ii) If no play is possible before 1.15pm the game shall be abandoned.
4.5.2 Interruptions to play
(i) Less than 6 minutes lost during play is to be ignored.
(ii) once 6 minutes has been lost an over shall be deducted for each whole 3 minutes. (Eg.1 – if Team A has batted for 25 overs when 33 minutes is lost, Team A will lose 11 overs and both teams’ innings will be reduced from 45 to 34.) (Eg.2 – Team A bats for 35 overs when rain begins. After 30 minutes is lost (10 overs x 3 minutes each) Team A’s innings is deemed to be completed and Team B given a 35 over innings. After the 40 minute lunch break, play is not possible for a further 35 minutes so Team B’s innings is reduced by a further 11 overs (35 minutes divided by 3 minutes per over) to 24 overs and Team A’s score amended as per regulation 6 below.
4.6 Target
4.6.1 In the event of the team batting first being dismissed in less than 45 overs, its run rate shall be calculated using the full quota of over available to it.
4.6.2 If the innings of the team batting second is shortened then the amended target score will be calculated as follows:
  
        

    • the total runs scored by the team batting first from the same number of overs to be received by the team batting second.
 
        

    • The highest scoring overs of the team batting first shall be counted.
 
        

    • This total is then discounted by the rate of 0.5% per over lost. e.g. If the match was reduced to a 35 over match the second team must score 95% of the sum of the 35 highest scoring overs from the first 45 over innings.
 
        

    • the target score is then the discounted total (ignoring fractions) plus 1 run.
 
 
Note: a progressive score, including all extras, should be kept at the end of each over by the team batting first.
4.7 Bowling Restrictions
4.7.1 Bowling restrictions as laid down by Cricket Australia’s National Guidelines. *(but note below)
This By-Law relates to fast and medium pace bowlers, as defined by the umpires.
Daily limits are imposed as follows:
(a) Under 19, a maximum spell of eight consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 20 overs.
(b) Under 17, a maximum spell of six consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 16 overs.
(c) Under 15, a maximum spell of five consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 10 overs.
(d) These regulations apply to players for the entire season, even if they turn 15, 17 or 19 in that season. The player’s age shall be taken from January 1st of the current year.
Please note: These regulations only apply to non-slow bowlers.
4.7.2 Non-slow bowlers Once a bowler has bowled 3 overs of pace, as determined by the umpire/s, he is to be considered a non-slow bowler for the remainder of the spell and shall be subject to the conditions above regarding bowling restrictions. If there is disagreement between umpires, either both appointed or both staff, then the bowler is to be considered a non-slow bowler.
4.7.3 Bowling spells. Once a non-slow bowler has bowled 3 overs in a six over period, he is deemed to have begun a spell. A spell is deemed to have concluded when 3 consecutive overs have passed without that player bowling. At the conclusion of a spell he must be rested for twice the number of overs he bowled in that spell. If only one umpire is an appointed umpire he has sole discretion.
 
4.8 Pitches   Pitches shall be covered at least on the night before the game, and again, in the event of rain before that game or during its process.
4.9 The points systems shall be as follows:
  
        

    • win 5 points
 
        

    • loss 1 points
 
        

    • tie 3 points
 
        

    • no result possible 3 points each
 
        

    • When 2 teams finish equal on points the quotient over the full season will be used to split the 2 teams.  
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    • Quotient = (runs scored wickets lost)  (runs conceded wickets taken)
FIRST XI – STATE FINAL
5.1 Matches shall be played under the current Laws of Cricket, and subject to the variations as listed.
5.2 The team at the top of the ladder at the end of the home and away season to host the final.
The venue for the game will be determined by the host school, but it must be played on a turf wicket. The pitch must be covered at least on the three nights preceding the game and during the days as appropriate and during the game at the discretion of the umpires but certainly between the first and second day of play.
5.3 The hours of play may of necessity need to vary from between one year and the next, depending upon the time of year when the game is played. As a guide it is recommended that:
10.00am to 12.00pm
12.40pm to 2.40pm
 3.00pm to 5.00pm
shall be the hours of play.
5.4 SATIS will be responsible for appointing competent officials for the game. These officials (umpires) shall be given a written copy of the SATIS regulations governing the conditions of play.
5.5 Before the toss on the day of the State final, a meeting will take place between the umpires, coaches and captains to clarify laws and playing conditions.
5.6 The host school will provide refreshments and meals as appropriate and a scoreboard must also be manned and efficiently operated for the benefit of players and spectators. The host school is also required to produce a program.
5.7 Actual Play
The game will be played according to the Laws of Cricket, with the following conditions to apply:
5.7.1 The game will be played over two days.
5.7.2 Each team may face a maximum of 100 overs in its first innings. The team scoring the greater number of runs shall be declared the winner.
5.7.3 In the event that the team batting second In the first innings does not receive its full quota of overs, is not dismissed and has not passed the score of the team batting first, the game shall be declared a draw.
5.7.4 In the event of a second innings there is no limit to the number of overs the batting teams shall face.
5.7.5 In the event of a second innings, if no other result is reached, then the outcome of the first innings is used to decide the winner.
5.7.6 A minimum of 20 overs shall be bowled in the last hour of each day.
5.7.7 A new ball may be taken at the end of 80 overs
5.7.8 With the agreement of the captains, the game may end with the achieving of a first innings result. Similarly, if a second innings commences, but it becomes obvious no change to the first innings result is possible, then if both captains agree, the game may be terminated.
5.7.9 Bowling restrictions as per Cricket Australia’s National Guidelines *(but note below).
This By-Law relates to fast and medium pace bowlers, as defined by the umpires.
Daily limits are imposed as follows:
(a) Under 19, a maximum spell of eight consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 20 overs.
(b) Under 17, a maximum spell of six consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 16 overs.
(c) Under 15, a maximum spell of five consecutive overs, and a maximum daily allocation of 10 overs.
(d) These regulations apply to players for the entire season, even if they turn 15, 17 or 19 in that season. The player’s age shall be taken from January 1st of the current year.
Please note: These regulations only apply to non-slow bowlers.
5.7.10 Non-slow bowlers Once a bowler has bowled 3 overs of pace, as determined by the umpire/s, he is to be considered a non-slow bowler for the remainder of the spell and shall be subject to the conditions above regarding bowling restrictions. If there is disagreement between umpires, either both appointed or both staff, then the bowler is to be considered a non-slow bowler.
5.7.11 Bowling spells. Once a non-slow bowler has bowled 3 overs in a six over period, he is deemed to have begun a spell. A spell is deemed to have concluded when 3 consecutive overs have passed without that player bowling. At the conclusion of a spell he must be rested for twice the number of overs he bowled in that spell. If only one umpire is an appointed umpire he has sole discretion.
 *Note: The player’s age shall be taken as at January 1st of the current year.
5.8 Number of Players
Teams can play 12 but only 11 may bat and only 11 may field at any one time. All 12 may bowl.
5.9 Balls
Both teams are to use the same type of 4 piece cricket balls (as agreed prior to the match).
i) The Home team is to supply both cricket balls for the first innings.
ii) The away team is to supply both cricket balls for the second innings.
5.10 Fair Play
Umpires are urged to encourage fair and proper play at all times. Immediate action should be taken to eliminate such things as undue waste of time, sledging or taunting, by cautioning the Captain, even all the players of the offending team. If this proves to be ineffective, a written report should be sent to the principal of the school concerned and to the SATIS Executive Officer.
 
6 SECOND X1 – STATE FINAL
Match to be a 45 over match played as a one-day game on the second day of the 1st XI Final, on a turf pitch. The regulations shall be the same as for the 2nd XI Statewide roster regulations.
The game concludes when the team batting second has won or received its requisite number of overs, whichever comes first.
A 4-piece leather ball must be used.
 
 
 
SATIS 1st X1 CRICKET
UMPIRE SPECIFIC INFORMATION
The following is a summary of the SATIS 1st X1 Cricket regulations (which can be obtained in full from the SATIS website, www.satis.com.au.). It is designed to assist umpires on match days.         SATIS matches shall be played under the current Laws of Cricket, subject to the variations listed below.
 
Game Details
  
        

    • 60 overs per side
 
        

    • 12 players per team. All 12 may bowl, but only 11 may bat and field (at any one time)
 
        

    • Times:   Notes:
 10.00am    Session 1  Drinks break at 11.10am. If hot conditions – 10.50am & 11.40am
 12.20pm    Lunch  Lunch and Afternoon Tea provided by host College
 1.00pm      Session 2 Change of innings (10min), approximately one hour into this session
 3.30pm      Tea break
 3.50pm      Session 3    Drinks hourly in Sessions 2 & 3, or negotiated in hot conditions
 6.00pm      Usual ending time of game (both sides are entitled to face 60 overs)
 
Time lost
Late start: For each 6 minutes lost = 1 over lost to both teams (e.g. 30 min lost = 55 over game)
Early lunch: If play is to begin after 11.20am (as long as lunch is available at that time)
Time lost in play: Ignore less than 6 minutes. After that an over is lost for each whole 3 minutes
Minimum overs = 30 overs for each side (to constitute a game)
Target scores: When the team batting second cannot receive its quota of overs, the target score is calculated as follows:
  
        

    • Determine the total number of runs scored by the team batting first from the equivalent number of highest scoring overs
 
        

    • This total is then discounted at the rate of 0.5% per over lost
 
        

    • Target score is then the discounted total number of runs (ignoring fractions) plus one run
 
        

    • For example: If team batting second has overs reduced to 30, and the thirty highest scoring overs for the team batting first was 160. Discount would then be 0.5% x 30 = 15%. 15% of 160 = 24. 160 minus 24 = 136 runs, plus 1 run = 137 (new target).
 
 
  
Bowling Restrictions
These regulations are for fast and medium paced bowlers (as defined by the umpires).
The player’s age shall be taken from January 1st of that year.
Daily over limits:
Age    Maximum spell   Maximum daily
Under 19  8   20
Under 17  6   16
Under 15  5   10
 
Bowling spells
Once a fast or medium paced bowler (non-slow) has bowled 3 overs in a six over period they have been deemed to have begun a spell. At the conclusion of a spell the bowler must be rested for twice the number of overs bowled in that spell.
 
Wides
Wides are as per 2 day cricket wides
 
Player conduct
In the event of any player failing to comply with the instructions of an umpire, criticising his decisions by word or action, showing dissent, or generally behaving in a manner which might bring the game into disrepute, the umpire concerned shall in the first place report the matter to the other umpire and to the player’s captain and coach – requesting the latter to take action.
 
 
 
TWENTY/20 PLAYING CONDITIONS
 
               1.  PLAYING CONDITIONS
 The Laws of Cricket (2017 Code) and Cricket Australia domestic playing conditions shall apply except as varied below.
 
2.         DURATION OF MATCH
        

          

              

        • First session:      1 hour 15 minutes
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        • Interval:                           5 minutes
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        • Second session:  1 hour 15 minutes   
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3.         INTERVAL BETWEEN INNINGS
        

          

              

        • If the innings of the team batting first is completed prior to the scheduled time for the interval the interval shall take place immediately and the innings of the team batting second will commence correspondingly earlier.
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        • In circumstances where the side bowling first has not completed the allotted number of overs by the scheduled or re-scheduled cessation time for the first innings the innings shall continue until the overs have been completed and penalty runs for slow over rates as per one (1) day matches playing conditions shall apply.
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            4. INTERVALS FOR DRINKS  
        

          

              

        • No drinks breaks are permitted.
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5. EXTRA TIME
        

          

              

        • No extra time shall be permitted to make up for any time lost.
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6.         LENGTH OF INNINGS
In uninterrupted matches:
        

          

              

        • Each team shall bat for 20 overs unless all out earlier.
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        • Any team which fails to bowl their 20 overs in the time allotted (1 hour and 15 minutes) shall be subject to one (1) day matches playing conditions ie:- play to continue and penalty runs awarded.
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        • If the team batting first is dismissed in less than 20 overs then the team batting second shall be entitled to bat for 20 overs.
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        • The subject of ground conditions, weather or light shall be determined by the umpires.
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In delayed or interrupted matches Team batting first:
        

          

              

        • When playing time has been lost the revised number of further overs to be bowled in the match shall be based on a rate of 3.75 minutes per over in the total remaining time available for play. When calculating the length of remaining playing time available for the match the five (5) minute duration of the interval between innings will remain intact.
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Should calculations regarding numbers of overs result in a fraction of an over the fraction shall be ignored. In the event of a suspension occurring in the middle of an over the number of total overs to be bowled in the match will be calculated as if the over in progress at the time of the interruption had been completed.  
        

          

              

        • However the innings of the team batting first will continue from the point of the interruption.  
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        • The revision of the number of overs should ensure whenever possible that both teams have the opportunity to bat for the same number of overs. If the total number of overs within the match thereby calculated results in an odd number of total overs in the match then one (1) over shall be added and the new total then divided in half.  
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        • The team batting second shall not bat for a greater number of overs than the team batting first unless the latter completed its innings in less than its allocated overs.
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        • To constitute a match a minimum of five (5) overs per side has to be bowled subject to an innings not being completed earlier.
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        • A fixed time will be specified for the commencement of the interval and also the close of play for the match. By applying a rate of 3.75 minutes per over in respect of each over already bowled and/or scheduled to be bowled in each innings.
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        • All relative delays and interruptions in play and the interval will be taken into account. If this calculation produces a close of playing time that is earlier than the original time for cessation of play then one (1) additional over should be allocated to each time with the close of playing times being recalculated accordingly.
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        • If there is more than one (1) interruption to the innings of the team batting first the above calculations should always be based on the original scheduled close of play rather than the rescheduled close resulting from the previous interruption.
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        • If the team fielding first fails to bowl the rescheduled overs in the time allocated then it shall be subject to the one (1) day playing conditions of play to continue and penalty runs.
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        • In all reduced overs matches both team will be given one (1) over leeway in addition to any time that the umpires might allow for stoppages.
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        • Allowances for stoppage time already given do not influence the recalculated number of overs or close of play in either innings for further stoppages.
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Team batting second:  
        

          

              

        • When playing time has been lost and as a result it is not possible for the team batting second to have an opportunity of receiving its allocated or revised allocation of overs in the playing time available the number of overs shall be reduced at a rate of 3.75 minutes per over in respect of the aggregated lost playing time. However should the innings of the team batting first have been completed prior to the scheduled or rescheduled time for the commencement of the interval then any calculation relating to the revision of overs shall not be effective until an amount of time equivalent to that by which the second innings started early has elapsed.
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        • Should the calculation result in a fraction of an over the fraction shall be ignored. In the event of a suspension occurring in the middle of an over the number of total overs lost will be calculated as above and the innings of the team batting second will continue from the point of the interruption.
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        • A rescheduled time for the close of play will be fixed by applying a rate of 3.75 minutes per over in respect of each over already bowled and/or rescheduled to be bowled in the innings.
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        • The timing and duration of all relative delays and interruptions in play with respect to the second innings will be taken into account in specifying this time. This calculation must not cause the match to finish earlier than the original time for cessation of play.
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        • If required the original time shall be extended to allow for one (1) extra over for the team batting second.
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        • To constitute a match a minimum of five (5) overs have to be bowled to the team batting second subject to the innings not being completed earlier. The team batting second shall not bat for a greater number of overs than the team that batted first unless the latter completed its innings in less than its allocated overs.
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        • If the team fielding second fails to bowl the rescheduled overs in the time allocated then it shall be subject to the one (1) day playing conditions of play to continue and penalty runs.
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        • In all reduced overs matches both team will be given one (1) over leeway in addition to any time that the umpires might allow for stoppages.
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        • Allowances for stoppage time already given do not influence the recalculated number of overs or close of play in either innings for further stoppages.
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                7.  THE BALL
  Kookaburra Senator or Reject 156 gm white 4-piece ball (minimum standard) as approved by the Cricket Committee to be used in all matches.  
 
8.          RESTRICTIONS ON THE PLACEMENT OF FIELDERS
        

          

              

        • At the instant of delivery there shall be not more than five (5) fielders on the leg side.  
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        • For the first six (6) overs of each innings only two (2) fielders are permitted outside the fielding restriction circle.  
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        • For the remaining overs of each innings only five (5) fielders are permitted outside the fielding restriction circle.  
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Team batting first:
        

          

              

        • In circumstances where the number of overs for the team batting first are reduced the number of overs in regard to the restrictions in 8 above shall be reduced proportionately in a ratio of 6:20 (30%) in accordance with the table below for that innings only.  
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        • Fractions are to be ignored in all calculations re the number of overs. If on the resumption the number of overs for fielding restrictions has already been exceeded this should take effect immediately.  
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 TOTAL OVERS IN INNINGS                          NUMBER OF RESTRICTION OVERS  
 
  
                5 – 6                                                                    1  
 
  
                7 – 9                                                                    2  
 
  
              10 – 13                                                                  3  
 
  
              14 – 16                                                                  4  
 
  
              17 – 19                                                                  5  
 
  
                  20                                                                      6  
 
Team batting second:
        

          

              

        • Where the number of overs for the team batting second is reduced, the aim will be to maintain the restrictions for the same proportion of the second innings that they maintained for the first innings (fractions to be ignored).
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9.         NUMBER OF OVERS PER BOWLER
        

          

              

        • No bowler may bowl more than four (4) overs however in a delayed start or interrupted match where the overs are reduced for both teams or for the side bowling second no bowler may bowl more than one fifth (1/5) of the total overs allowed unless such a number has been exceeded before the interruption except that where the total overs are not divisible by five (5). An additional over shall be allowed to the minimum number of bowlers necessary to make up the balance.
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        • E.g.: – after eight (8) overs rain interrupts play and the innings is reduced to twelve (12) overs. Both opening bowlers have bowled four (4) overs. Two (2) bowlers can bowl three (3) overs and three (3) bowlers can bowl two (2) overs. The two (2) opening bowlers have already exceeded this limit they count as the two (2) bowlers who were allowed the extra over (3 as opposed to 2) and so any other bowlers are limited to two (2) overs. 2 x 3 = 6, 3 x 2 = 6, total 12 overs.  
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        • Should an interruption occur mid-over, and on resumption the bowler has exceeded the new maximum allocation, he will be allowed to finish the incomplete over.
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        • In the event of a bowler breaking down and being unable to complete an over the remaining balls shall be bowled by another bowler. Such part of an over will count as a full over in so far as each bowler’s limit is concerned.
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        • A penalty of six (6) runs shall be awarded to the batting side for each over or part thereof bowled in excess of that bowlers limit.
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10.       NO BALL
Free hit after a no-ball.
        

          

              

        • The delivery following a no-ball (law 24) shall be a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. If the delivery for the free hit is not a legitimate delivery (a wide or any kind of no-ball) then the next delivery will become a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it.
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        • For any free hit the striker can only be dismissed under the circumstances that apply for a no-ball even if the delivery for the free hit is called a wide.
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        • Changes to fielding positions are permitted regardless of which batsman is on strike for the free hit.
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        • The umpire will indicate the free hit delivery by rotating his index finger in a circular motion above his head.
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        • Any ball that when bowled pitches off the surface of an artificial pitch shall be called a noball.  
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11.       DANGEROUS AND UNFAIR BOWLING
Fast short pitched balls.
        

          

              

        • A bowler shall be allowed two (2) fast short pitched deliveries per over, if any additional fast short pitched balls are deemed to be bowled in the over the umpire shall call and signal noball and these shall be scored in accordance to laws of cricket 24.12 and 24.13  High full balls not pitching (full toss above waist height).
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        • In the event of a bowler delivering a high full ball above the waist of the striker in his normal upright batting stance at the popping crease the umpire(s) shall call and signal no-ball in accordance to laws of cricket 42.6 (b) (i) (ii) 42.7 and 42.8
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12.       WIDE BOWLING – JUDGING A WIDE
        

          

              

        • Umpires are instructed to apply a very strict and consistent interpretation in regard to this law in order to prevent negative bowling wide of the wicket. Any off side delivery in the opinion of the umpire that does not give the batsman a reasonable opportunity to score shall be called a wide.  
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        • A delivery that passes outside the leg stump without any contact with the strikers bat or person shall be called a wide unless the ball passes between the striker and the stumps.  
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        • A penalty of one (1) run for the wide shall be scored. The penalty shall stand in addition to any other runs which as scored or awarded. All runs which result from a wide ball which is not a no-ball shall be scored as wides.  
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13.       TIMED OUT
 Law 31 (the Laws of Cricket) shall apply except that the incoming batsman must be in position to take guard or for his partner to be ready to receive the next ball within ninety (90) seconds of the fall of the previous wicket. The incoming batsman is expected to be ready to make his way to the wicket immediately a wicket falls and is expected to jog to the wicket.
14.       PENALTIES FOR SLOW OVER RATES
        

          

              

        • If either team fails to bowl the required number of overs by the scheduled time for cessation of the session play shall continue until the required number of overs has been bowled. Unless determined otherwise by the umpires (referee if appointed) a penalty of six (6) runs per over shall be awarded to the batting team for each over short of the required number at the scheduled or re-scheduled cessation time. The over in progress at the cessation time shall count as a complete over.
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        • If the innings is terminated before the scheduled or rescheduled cut-off time no over rate penalty shall apply.
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        • If the innings is interrupted the over rate penalty will apply based on the rescheduled cessation time for that innings.
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        • The umpires will keep the captains informed of rescheduled cessation times or allowances as they arise. This shall not be subject to retrospective negotiation.
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        • In reduced overs matches the fielding side shall be allowed one (1) over leeway.
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        • Over rate penalties apply only to innings of ten (10) overs or more duration. In innings of less than ten (10) overs duration the umpires shall apply penalties under Laws of Cricket 42.9 and 42.10 for time wasting especially strictly which shall be the only penalties for a slow over rate.
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15.       THE RESULT
        

          

              

        • A result can only be achieved if both teams have had the opportunity of batting for a least five (5) overs in preliminary matches and ten (10) overs in finals matches.
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        • The team scoring the highest number of runs shall be declared the winner.
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        • If due to a suspension of play causing the team batting second to receive a lesser number of overs than the team that batted first a revised target score to win shall be for the team batting second to score the average per over equal to the first innings score plus one (1) run for each over less than the first innings.
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        • Eg:- first innings score 168 of 20 scheduled overs = 8.4 runs per over (even if the team is dismissed in less than the scheduled or rescheduled number of overs).
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Second innings reduced to 9 overs now requires 9 x 8.4 = 75 (discount the fraction) plus 11 for the reduction of 11 overs = a winning total of 86.
        

          

              

        • Law 21.5(a) shall be replaced by the following;  
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(1) Super Over  
 
In all roster and finals matches in which the scores are equal (ie either the number of runs scored or as a result of Duckworth Lewis calculation), the result shall be determined through a tie-breaker called the Super Over’. The Super Over involves each team facing one 6-Ball over. The following procedure will apply:  
        

          

              

                

          1. Subject to ground, weather or light conditions the Super Over will take place on the scheduled day of the match at a time to be determined by the umpires. In normal circumstances it shall commence 10 minutes after the conclusion of the match.  
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          3. 30 minutes of extra time (taken from the start of the Super  
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Over) is allocated to complete the Super Over. Should play be delayed prior to or during the Super Over, once the playing time lost exceeds the 30 minutes, the Super Over shall be abandoned. (Refer PC 81.2(2))  
(c) The Super Over will take place on the pitch allocated for the match (the designated pitch) unless otherwise determined by the umpires in consultation with the ground authority and the Match Referee.  
(d) The umpires shall stand at the same end as they stood during the match.  
(e) In both innings of the Super Over, the fielding side shall choose which end to bowl from.  (f) Only nominated players in the main match may participate in the Super Over. Should any player (including the batsmen and bowler) be unable to continue to participate in the Super Over due to injury, illness or other wholly acceptable reasons, the Laws and Playing Conditions for the main match shall apply.  
        

          

              

                

          1. Any penance’ time being served in the main match shall be carried forward to the Super Over.  
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          3. Each team’s over is played with the same fielding restrictions as apply for the last over in the match.  
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          5. The team batting second in the match will bat first in the Super Over.  
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          7. The same ball (or a ball of a similar age if the original ball is out of shape) as used at the end of the second innings of the match shall be used for both Super Overs.  (k) The loss of two wickets in the over ends the team’s one over innings.  
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(l) In the event of the teams having the same score after the 170 Super Over has been completed, if the original match was a tie under the D/L method, (n) below immediately applies. Otherwise, the team whose batsmen hit the most number of boundaries combined from its two innings in both the main match and the Super Over shall be the winner.  (m) If the number of boundaries hit by both teams is equal, the team whose batsmen scored more boundaries during its innings in the main match (ignoring the Super Over) shall be the winner.  
(n) If still equal, a count-back from the final ball of the Super Over shall be conducted. The team with the higher scoring delivery shall be the winner. If a team loses two wickets during it’s over, then any unbowled deliveries will be counted as dot balls. Note that for this purpose, the runs scored from a delivery is defined as the total team runs scored since the completion of the previous legitimate ball, i.e. including any runs resulting from a Wide ball, a No ball or penalty runs.  
 
Runs scored from: Team 1 Team 2  
Ball 6 1 1  
Ball 5 4 4  
Ball 4 2 1  
Ball 3 6 2  
Ball 2 0 1  
Ball 1 2 6  
In this example both teams scored an equal number of runs from the 6th and 5th ball of their innings. However Team 1 scored 2 runs from its 4th ball while Team 2 scored one run, so Team 1 is the winner  
 
  
(2) Super Over Not Possible  
 
        

          

              

                

          1. In roster matches, if the minimum number of overs have been bowled to constitute a match (10 overs per team) and circumstances make a Super Over impossible, the match shall be declared a Tie.  
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          3. If circumstances make a Super Over impossible in a Semi-Final the match shall be replayed on the reserve date if scheduled. If no reserve day/s is scheduled, the highest placed team competing in the match shall be declared the winner.  
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          5. If circumstances make a Super Over impossible in the Grand Final the match shall be replayed on the reserve date if scheduled. If no reserve day/s is scheduled, the highest placed team competing in the match shall be declared the winner.   
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Note: The Home Team (displayed as the left-hand team in all fixtures) always carries the costs and responsibilities for hosting the game, regardless of venue.

Adrian Broughton (SSATIS)Cricket