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CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA Officers……………………………… .. Affiliates …………………………… ... Associates …………………………… KWAZULU-NATAL CRICKET UNION Officers……………………………… .. Council …………………………… ..... Additional Manco Members………… DURBAN & DISTRICTS CRICKET UNION Officers……………………………… .. Council …………………………… ..... Executive …………………………… . RURAL CRICKET ASSOCIATION … . AFFILIATED UNIONS ……………… ... HIGH SCHOOLS ………………………… PRIMARY SCHOOLS …………………… INTELLECTUALLY IMPAIRED ……... UMPIRES ………………………………… SCORERS……………………………… .. KINGSMEAD MYNAHS ……………… . SEASON TICKETS …………………… .

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OFFICIALS - ADDRESSES/NUMBERS Clubs ................................ .............. Women team ................................ ....

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WINNERS 2011/2012 SEASON League Results ............................ Premier 20/20 ............................ Challenge 20/20 ........................ Women 20/20 ............................ Bertie Shire Award ........................ Wade Award ................................ .

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Plaque ………………………- DDCU .... President Award …………- DDCU .... Plaque ………………………- KZNCU .. President Award …………- KZNCU... International Fixtures .................... CSA Youth Weeks ..........................

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PLAYING CONDITIONS THE LAWS OF CRICKET Preamble - The spirit of Cricket ......... Fair and Unfair Play ......................... The Umpires are authorised to intervene in cases ............................ The Spirit of the Game ..................... Against spirit of game ...................... Violence ................................ .......... Player ................................ .............

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CODE OF BEHAVIOUR Rules of the Code ........................ Eligibility to Lodge Report ................. Hearings ................................ .......... Appeals ................................ ........... Penalties ................................ ......... Bye Laws ................................ .........

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KWAZULU-NATAL CRICKET UNION Jurisdiction ................................ ......

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SECTION A Administrative Requirements............. Affiliation of Clubs ............................ Registration of Players ..................... Qualification of Players..................... Foreign Players .............................. Result Sheet ................................ ... Umpires ................................ ........... Protests, Disputes and Code of Behaviour............................ Team Scratching .............................. Two Team Club Scratching ............... Selection of Team ............................ Withdrawal of Teams ........................ Pitches ................................ ............ Rain ................................ ................ Ground and Equipment ..................... Change of Venue ............................. Club Sponsors ................................ . Promotion and Relegation for 2012/2013 Season ........................... Qualification of Premier and Challenge League Status .................

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SECTION B CASTLE LEAGUE COMPETITIONS Teams ................................ ............ Playing Conditions ........................... Players ................................ ............ Substitutes and Runners ................... Balls................................ ................ Ball lost or becoming unfit ................ Pitch ................................ ............... Innings ................................ ............ Number of overs per bowler................ Minimum number of overs ................. Changing agreed times for interval .... Interval for drinks ............................. Hours for Play ................................ .. Results ................................ ........... Bonus Points ................................ .. Mode of Delivery .............................. Batsman out of his ground ............... Obstructing the field ........................ Restrictions on placement of fieldsmen Fair and Unfair Play ......................... Bowler attempting to run out non-striker before bowling ................

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CASTLE 20/20 COMPETETIONS Teams ................................ ......... Hours of Play : ................................ . Playing Conditions: .......................... Points: ................................ ............ Uninterrupted Matches: .................... Delayed or Interruption Matches: ...... Fielding Marking: ............................ Fielding Restrictions: ........................ Fielder Absent or leaving the Field: .. Fair and unfair Play: ........................ Mode of delivery .............................. The Ball: ................................ ......... Appendix for 20/20: .........................

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CASTLE WOMEN’S League COMPETETION Teams ................................ ............. 76 Hours of Play ................................ .. 76 Duration of match ............................ 76 Interval ................................ ........... 77 Drinks ................................ ............ 77 Bowler ................................ ............ 77 Wide Ball ................................ ........ 78 3


Play Suspension ............................. Fitness of Ground ........................... Abandoned match ........................... Covering of Pitch ............................ Scoring System ............................... Withdrawal of team/s ........................ The Ball ................................ .......... CLUB FIXTURES CASTLE PREMIER 50 Overs .......... CASTLE PREMIER 20/20 ............... CASTLE CHALLENGE 50 Overs Stream 1 ................................ .. Stream 2 ................................ .. CASTLE CHALLENGE 20/20 Stream 1 ................................ .. Stream 2 ................................ .. CASTLE WOMEN’S LEAGUE .......... CASTLE WOMEN’S 20/20 ...............

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CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA 2012 / 2013 Acting President Dr. W. Basson Chairperson: Finance and Commercial Committees John Bester Acting CEO Jacques Faul CFO Naasei Appiah General Manager: Cricket Affairs Mike Gajjar Manager: Operations Neils Momberg Manager: Coaching Anton Ferreira Manager: Development Max Jordaan Offices The Wanderers Club PO Box 55009 21 North Street Illovo Northlands 2116 Johannesburg 2196 Ph: 011-8802810 www.ucbsa@iafrica.com Fx: 011-8806578 Development Office Ph: 011-8809094

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CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA AFFILIATES CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail: CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail:: CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax:

BOLAND CRICKET BOARD Mr. Omar Hendry Boland Park, Langehoven St. Paarl PO Box 2969, Paarl, 7620 (021) 862-4580 (021) 862-1298 omarh@cricket.co.za BORDER CRICKET BOARD Mr. Themba Lupuwana Buffalo Park, Buffalo Park Drive, East London PO Box 803, East London, 5200 (043) 709-9710 (043) 743-5606 thembal@cricket.co.za EASTERN PROVINCE CRICKET BOARD Mr. D. Emslie Axxess DSL St. Georges, Park Drive, P E PO Box 12327, Centrahill, 6006 (041) 585-1646 (041) 586-4259 e-mail: davee@cricket.co.za EASTERNS CRICKET UNION Mr. L. Rajagapaul Sahara Willomoore Park, Harpur Ave, Benoni PO Box 596, Benoni, 1500 (011) 746-9000 (011) 421-4463 leonardr@cricket.co.za FREE STATE CRICKET UNION Mr. Johan van Heerden Chevrolet Park PO Box 43698, Heuwelsig, Bloemfontein, 9332 (051) 447-5715 (051) 447-2208 e-mail: johanv@cricket.co.za GAUTENG CRICKET BOARD Cassim Docrat Bidves Wanderers, Johannesburg PO Box 55309, Northlands, 2116 (011) 788-1008 (011) 880-6229 e-mail: cassimd@cricket.co.za 6


GRIQUALAND WEST CRICKET BOARD Gen Man: Mr. B. Kidson Ground: De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley PO Box 297, Kimberley, 8300 Tel: (053) 833-2601 Fax: (053) 832-2196 e-mail: briank@cricket.co.za CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail: CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail:

NORTH WEST CRICKET BOARD Mr. H. Strydom Senwes Park PO Box 19959, Noordburg, 2522 (018) 294-6666 (018) 297-4695 heinrichS@cricket.co.za NORTHERNS CRICKET UNION Mr. A. Soma (Acting) Supersport Park PO Box 7706, Centurion, 0046 (012) 663-1005 (012) 663-3329 aniels@cricket.co.za WESTERN PROVINCE CRICKET ASSOCIATION Prof. A. Odendaal Sahara Park, Newlands, Cape Town PO Box 23401, Claremont, 7735 (021) 657-2003 (021) 657-2020 andreo@cricket.co.za CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA ASSOCIATES

CEO: Ground: Tel: Fax: Cell: e-mail:

SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICTS Albertus Kennedy Recreation Ground, Voortrekker Road Postnet Suite 96, Private Bag 680, Oudshorne, 6620. (044) 272-6604 (044) 272-6294 0823815486 albertusk@swdcricket.co.za

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President: Ground: Tel Fax: e-mail Gen Man: Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail Manager Amateur Cricket Ground: Tel: Fax: e-mail:

KEI CRICKET BOARD Mr. M. Mzingeli Khaya Majola Oval, Richardson Park Durban Road, Uthatha 047-5342288 0865461601 mzingelim@mweb.co.za MPUMALANGA Jacob Visagie SA Cole Estate, P O Box 13884 Lerasfontein, 1038 083-2704841 086-5919538 jacov@cricket.co.za LIMPOPO Jack Senetla Polokwane Cricket Ground 015-2959907 0865379122 jacks@cricket.co.za

KWAZULU-NATAL INLAND Administrator: Tracey Elliott Ground: Pietermaritzburg Oval, Alexander Park, Pietermaritzburg P O Box 2729 Pietermaritzburg, 3200 Tel: (033) 345-2791 Fax: (033) 345-5387 Cell: 076-5200047 e-mail: kznicuadmin@futurenet.co.za

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KWAZULU-NATAL CRICKET UNION (Inaugurated in 1991) 2012/2013 P. Almond A. Biseswar J.G. Draper Y. Ismail P.R. Maharaj G.V. Naidoo K. Reddy J. Singh C Docrat D. Macleod

Patrons of the Union N. Arbee Prof P. Brijlal D. Bezuidenhout A. Cassimjee M. Harrison G. Heath T. Kalli C van der Merwe D. Munien S. Naidoo S.K. Patel M. Prithiraj H. Samuel M.C. Seedat B. Tayab F. Wensley Honorary Life Vice-Presidents A.M. Kharva R. Kurz S.K. Reddy J. Thornton President F. Jaffar Vice-Presidents H.E. Molotsi Dr. L.D. Naidoo Treasurer Dr. S Maharaj

S. Belluigi B. Dladla A. Geringer M. Govender B. Kamal V. Lala A. Moor R.R. Sookhay S. Belluigi

Council G. Bhoola A. Essop D.M. Govender D. Hariram B. King M.M. Mazive S. Pillay K.M. Subrayen

Y. Bobat G. Gama J. Govender A.B. Ismail L. N. Joseph B. Mhlongo R. Padayachee

Additional Manco Members B. Dladla

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Chief Executive Officer Jesse M. Chellan Head Coach Lance Klusener Manager Amateur Cricket Jay Naidoo Stadium/Commercial Manager Brett Proctor Township Development Manager Linda Zondi Coaches L. Klusener (Dolphins Coach) S. Simon (Provincial Coach) Y. Hassan (Academy Coach) H. Sokhanyile (Development and Prov. Women’s) Z. Azmuth (Fitness Trainer) Rivash Gobind (Video Analyst) PA to CEO Groundsman Cricket Administrator Schools Co-ordinator KFC Mini Cricket Co-ordinator Ticket Administrator Amateur Affairs Secretary Academy/Playing Affairs Township Dev PA Financial Assistants Liquor Storeman Marketing Assistant Receptionist Groundsman Assistant Stadium Supervisor Stadium PA

SECRETARIAT Wonita Nolte Wilson Ngobese Ray Dukhi Ritesh Ramjee Horatius Sokhanyile Elton Nagiah Sarah Mun-Guvin Anderson Ndovela Sane Khuzwayo Nerosh Harsoo Sandrica Babulal Hayley Adonis Tickey Kisten Nonhle Mangwe Carol Dlamini Ben Ngobese Gonsul Pillay Asif Khan

Auditors PriceWaterhouseCoopers Inc

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Headquarters Kingsmead Cricket Ground PO Box 47266 2 Kingsmead Way (off NMR Avenue) Greyville Durban 4001 Durban 4023 http://www.dolphinscricket.co.za Tel: 031-3354200 E-mail: dolphins@cricket.co.za Fax: 031-3325288 Fax: 031-3683177 (Playing Affairs)

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KWAZULU-NATAL CRICKET UNION 2012/2013 Management Committee F. Jaffar

H.E. Molotsi

Dr. L.D. Naidoo

Dr S.V Maharaj

J.M. Chellan

President 10 Garbutt Road Sherwood 4091 Vice-Presidents 2 Kenilworth Place Amanzimtoti 4126 54 Lyttleton Avenue Reservoir Hills 4091 Treasurer PO Box 401168 Redhill 4071 Chief Executive Officer PO Box 47266 Greyville 4023

H C B

031-2092807 083-7772807 031-3122154

C

083-6482301

C

084-4444388

C B F H

083-7760022 031-5394760 031-5394760 031-5642505

B F C

031-3354200 031-3325288 082-3250004

Additional Members S. Belluigi

P O Box 151 Umbogantwini 4120

C H F

083-2911045 031-9041891 031-9041891

B. Dladla

B257 Umlazi P O Umlazi 4031

C

082-9355696

Manager Amateur Cricket PO Box 47266 B Greyville 4023 F C

031-3354223 031-3325288 083-2126135

Managers J. Naidoo

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L. Klusener

B. Proctor

L. Zondi

Head Coach PO Box 47266 Greyville 4023

B F

Stadium/Commercial Manager PO Box 47266 C Greyville B 4023 F

031-3354204 031-3683177 083-2226047 031-3354284 031-3325288

Township Development Manager PO Box 47266 B 031-3354256 Greyville 4023 F 031-3325288 C 084-4985894 KWAZULU-NATAL CRICKET UNION Council Members 2012/2013

S. Belluigi

P O Box 151 Umbogantwini 4120

C H F

083-2911045 031-9041891 031-9041891

Y. Bobat

P O Box 1027 Westville 3630

C

083-7864522

B. Dladla

B257 Umlazi P O Umlazi 4031

C

082-9355696

A. Essop

P O Box 248 Umzinto 4200

B F C

031-3062011 031-3062013 082-5679756

G. Gama

P O Box 13548 KwaNdengesi 3607

C H B

078-3997001 031-7046880 031-7046400

A. Geringer

P.O. Box 252 Felixton 3875

B F C

035-7911267 035-7911269 072-6791254

D.M. Govender

177 Genazano Road Seatides 4405

B C F

031-3112055 083-5551711 031-3112171

J. Govender

P O Box 11094 Port Shepstone 4240

B C

039-6820710 084-2508875

(Black African Representative)

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M. Govender

P O Box 320 Stanger 4450

C H F

082-8131650 032-5512082 032-5512082

D. Hariram

29 Shannon Drive Reservoir Hills 4091

B F C

031-3113520 031-3113530 082-3790242

B. Kamal

111 Impala Drive Mobeni Heights 4091

B H F C

031-4002211 031-4001626 031-4002210 084-5841375

B. King

84 Clancy Avenue Puntanshill Durban 4001

H C F

031-2091871 083-2587081 031-5727536

V. Lala

47 Mountainrise Rd Silverglen 4092

C B F

082-4428319 031-4044420 031-4044420

A.B. Ismail

P O Box 19 Stanger 4450

B C F

032-5516243 083-2316786 032-5511883

M. M. Mazive

P O Box 4861 Stanger 4450

C

073-4249311

B. Mhlongo

81 Ratallo Flat 48 Prince Street South Beach Durban 4001

C

082-5119749

A. Moor (Scorers)

7 Alida Place Cowies Hill 3610

B F C

031-3288161 031-3288188 073-7410218

S. Pillay

20 Shiraz 93 Chiltern Drive Clare Estate 4091

B H C

031-2691616 031-2691616 084-5535126

Adv. R.R. Sookhay

30 Downley Rd Westville 3630

C

082-8536697

(Prim. Schools)

(High Schools)

(Black African Representative)

(Black African Representative)

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K.M. Subrayen

P O Box 282 Verulam 4340 Co-opted

C B F H

083-7850004 031-5395733 031-5395733 032-5330005

G. Bhoola

P O Box 422 Umzinto 4100

C F

072-3995502 039-9782919

R. Padayachee

P O Box 609 Umzinto 4100

C B F

083-2975936 039-9741404 039-9743048

(Women's Cricket)

(Rural Cricket)

AFFILIATED TO THE KZNCU Durban and District Cricket Union Ilembe Cricket Union Southern Natal Cricket Union Tongaat Cricket Union Umzinto and Districts Cricket Union Uthungulu Cricket Union Verulam Cricket Union KwaZulu-Natal Primary Schools Cricket Forum KwaZulu-Natal High Schools Cricket Forum KwaZulu-Natal Intellectually Impaired Cricket KwaZulu-Natal Women’s Cricket Association KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Umpires’ Association KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Blind Cricket Association KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Scorers Association KwaZulu-Natal Tertiary Association

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THE DURBAN AND DISTRICT CRICKET UNION (Inaugurated in 1920) 2012/2013 Season P. Almond A. Biseswar C. Docrat G. Heath M. Padia S.K. Reddy G.D. Varnals

Patrons of the Union D. Bezuidenhout Prof. K. Bharuthram Prof. P. Brijlal P. De Villiers J.G. Draper S. Govender R. Kurz D.G. MacLeod S.K. Patel S. Reddy B. Thayab J. Thornton President Adv. R.R. Sookhay Vice Presidents B. Dladla Treasurer S. Belluigi

H. Ali L. Chetty J. Govender R. Hornsveld S. Mbongwa B. Munisamy B. Nayager D. Otto A. Reddy W. Scott

Council Members Y. Bobat P. Brown S. Deme G. Gama M. Govender D. Hariram B. King B. Maharaj B. Mhlongo T. Memela D. Naidoo A. Naidu S. Phataki S. Pillay M. Reddy M. Richman R. Sewkumar S. Subrayan T. van Heerden Y. Wariyawa Executive Members

H. Ali S. Deme D. Hariram S. Mbongwa B. Nayager M. Reddy S. Subrayan

Y. Bobat G. Gama B. King T. Memela D. Otto W. Scott

L. Chetty J. Govender B. Maharaj B. Mhlongo S. Pillay R. Sewkumar

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Auditors Y.D. Maharaj Offices

Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead 2 Kingsmead Way (off NMR Avenue) Durban 4001 http://www.dolphinscricket.co.za e-mail: vicd@cricket.co.za

PO Box 47266 Greyville Durban 4023 Tel: 031-3354245 Fax: 031-3373031

DURBAN AND DISTRICT CRICKET UNION 2012/2013 Adv. R.R. Sookhay

B. Dladla

S. Belluigi

President 30 Downley Rd Westville 3630 Vice-President B257 Umlazi P O Umlazi 4031 Treasurer P.O. Box 151 Umbogantwini 4120

C

082-8536697

C

082-9355696

F C

086-6716227 083-2911045

DURBAN AND DISTRICT CRICKET UNION Executive Members 2012/2013 H. Ali

22 Canary Street Kharwastan 4092

H C

031-4018876 084-5786092

Y. Bobat

P O Box 1027 Westville 3630

C

083-5968813

L. Chetty

75 Equity Street Croftdene Chatsworth 4092

C H

084-5813886 031-4039033

S. Deme

6 Mountain Rise Carrington Heights Durban 4001

H C

031-2616722 082-8070792

G. Gama

P O Box 13548 KwaNdengesi 3607

C B

078-3997001 031-7046400

(Umpires)

(Black African Representative)

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J. Govender

5 Breakwood Place Woodview 4068

B F C H

031-7136547 031-7056822 082-6113883 031-5053361

D. Hariram

29 Shannon Drive Reservoir Hills 4091

B C

031-3113520 082-3790242

B. King

84 Clancy Avenue Puntanshill Durban 4001

H C

031-2091871 083-2587081

B. Maharaj

103 Maynard Rd Sea Cow Lake 4051

C H

083-7771644 031-5771644

S. Mbongwa

C 13T2 Mthwalumi Rd P.O. Kwa Mashu 4359

C H

072-2425268 031-5033346

B. Mhlongo

C

082-5119749

T. Memela

C

074-5667178

(Primary Schools)

B. Nayager

12 William Campbell Dr La Lucia 4051

C

083-7897593

D. Otto

51 The Campbells 50 Campbells Road Pinetown 3610

C

071-2250639

S. Pillay

20 Shiraz 93 Chiltern Drive Clare Estate 4091

B H C

031-2691616 031-2691616 084-5535126

M. Reddy

P O Box 40728 Redhill 4071

H C F

031-5633013 084-5845110 031-5640200

W. Scott

P O Box 22132 Glenashley 4022

C B

078-8018278 031-5831980

R. Sewkumar

109 Barrackpur Rd Merebank 4052

H C

031-4628510 073-3189215

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S. Subrayan

(High Schools)

P O Box 1482 Verulam 4340

B C

031-5391790 083-2626886

DURBAN AND DISTRICT CRICKET UNION Council Members 2012/2013 H. Ali

22 Canary Street Kharwastan 4092

H C

031-4018876 084-5786092

Y. Bobat

P O Box 1027 Westville 3630

C

083-5968813

C B

084-5968813 031-2422600

L. Chetty

75 Equality Street Croftdene Chatsworth 4092

C H

084-5813886 031-4039033

S. Deme

6 Mountain Rise Carrington Heights Durban 4001

H C

031-2616722 082-8070792

G. Gama

P O Box 13548 KwaNdengesi 3607

C B

078-3997001 031-7046400

J. Govender

5 Breakwood Place Woodview 4068

B C

031-7136547 082-6113883

M. Govender

31 Naik Road Kharwastan 4091

B C H

032-4383504 072-1479819 031-4010370

D. Hariram

29 Shannon Drive Reservoir Hills 4091

B C

031-3113520 082-3790242

R. Hornsveld

52 Old Mill Way Durban North 4051

C

083-7998513

B. King

84 Clancy Avenue Puntanshill Durban 4001

B C H

031-5723647 083-2587081 031-2091871

(Umpires)

Paul Brown

(Black African Representative)

(Primary Schools)

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B. Maharaj

103 Maynard Rd Sea Cow Lake 4051

C H

083-7771644 031-5771644

S. Mbongwa

C 13T2 Mthwalumi Rd P.O. Kwa Mashu 4359

C H

072-2425268 031-5033346

C

074-5667178

C

082-5119749

T. Memela B. Mhlongo B. Munisamy

301 Valhaven 80 Cromwell Road Glenwood 4001

C B F

083-5500304 031-3607137 031-3607128

A. Naidu

301 Mount Batten Drive Reservoir Hills 4091

C

078-4253724

D. Naidoo

P O Box 76602 Marbleray 4037

C H

084-5787660 031-5787660

B. Nayager

12 William Campbell Dr La Lucia 4051

C

083-7897593

D. Otto

51 The Campbells 50 Campbells Road Pinetown 3610

C

071-2250639

S. Phakathi

P O Box 54051 Umlazi 4041

C B

083-7428020 031-4512020

S. Pillay

20 Shiraz 93 Chiltern Drive Clare Estate 4091

C H

084-5535126 031-2691616

A. Reddy

10 Salvia Road Asherville 4091

C B

072-5897041 031-5801414

M. Reddy

P O Box 40728 Redhill 4071

H C F

031-5633013 084-5845110 031-5640200

M. Richman

21 Sher Crescent 12 Heron Road Queenslyn Gardens 4093

B C

031-5087062 083-7845361

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W. Scott

P O Box 22132 Glenashley 4022

R. Sewkumar

B C

031-5831980 078-8018278

109 Barrackpur Rd Merebank 4052

H C

031-4628510 073-3189215

S. Subrayan

P O Box 1482 Verulam 4340

B C

031-5391790 083-2626886

T. van Heerden

P O Box 13194 Jacobs 4026

C H C

073-3189215 031-2062600 082-4965141

Y. Wariyawa

P O Box 26407 Isipingo Beach 4115

C

082-8719738

(High Schools)

L. Coetzee #

E. Huffkie

S.A. RURAL CRICKET ASSOCIATION President 41 Andrewheemro Road C 083-4253061 Grahamstown 6139 Secretary/Treasurer

B

049-8930041

AFFILIATED UNIONS

A. B. Ismail #

Desigan Pillay

J. Govender #

ILEMBE AND DISTRICT CRIICKET UNION President PO Box 105 B 032-5516243 Stanger C 083-2316786 4450 F 032-5511883 Secretary P O Box 70 Kwa Dukuza 4450

C B F

083-9898185 032-5514506 032-5514240

SOUTHERN NATAL CRICKET UNION President PO Box 11094 B 039-6820710 Port Shepstone C 084-2508875 4240 21


N. Manawar

D.M. Govender #

A. Sheik

A. Geringer#

G. Richardson

A. Essop #

C. Govender

K. Subrayen #

Secretary P O Box 11667 Port Shepstone 4240

B H C

039-6821278 039-6824465 083-2345634

TONGAAT CRICKET UNION President 177 Genazano Road B Seatides C Tongaat 4400 F

031-3112055 083-5551711 031-3112065

Secretary P O Box 1774 Tongaat 4400

032-9451023 032-9442964 084-7117661

B F C

UTHUNGULU CRICKET UNION President 1 Club Lane B Felixton F 3875 C Secretary P O Box 210 Felixton 3875

B C

035-7911267 035-7911269 072-6791254 035-9079113 071-3518280

UMZINTO AND DISTRICTS CRICKET UNION President PO Box 248 B 031-3062011 Umzinto C 082-5679756 4200 F 086-5591173 Secretary PO Box 248 Umzinto 4200

C F

084-9949743 086-5591173

VERULAM CRICKET UNION President P.O. Box 282 B Verulam C 4340 F H

031-5395733 083-7850004 031-5395733 032-5339929

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J. Subrayen

Secretary 20 Inca Drive Everest Heights Verulam 4340

C H F

083-4018253 032-5337341 086-5578772

AFFILIATED ASSOCIATES

V. Lala #

KWAZULU-NATAL HIGH SCHOOLS President 47 Mountainrise Road C 082-4428319 Silverglen B 031-4044420 4092 F 031-4044420

D. Moodley

Secretary 9 Lanark Cr New Germany 3610

B. Kamal

E.C. Morgan #

L. Joseph #

C

083-3755276

KWAZULU-NATAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS President 111 Impala Drive B 031-4002211 Mobeni Heights H 031-4001626 4092 F 031-4002210 C 084-5841375 Secretary 30 Gravity Drive B 031-2015165 Havenside H 031-4003093 4092 F 031-2026630 C 082-2568955 KWAZULU-NATAL INTELLECTUALLY IMPAIRED CRICKET Chairperson 32 An-Noor Crescent C 083-7816522 Riyadh Township B 031-5076264 Verulam 4340 H 032-5332273

M. Govender

KWAZULU-NATAL UMPIRES ASSOCIATION President P.O. Box 320 C 082-8131650 Stanger H 032-5512082 4450 F 032-5512082

A. Moor #

KWAZULU-NATAL SCORERS ASSOCIATION President 7 Alida Place F 031-3288188 Cowies Hill B 031-3288186 3610 C 073-7410218 23


D. Otto Ross Hill #

KINGSMEAD MYNAHS CLUB President C Secretary P O Box 2353 Hillcrest 3650 hill@saol.com

J. Arthur P. Erasmus

C H F

Committee C. Chater F. Hill

071-2250639 082-5771507 031-7651543 086-6321154

R. Clarkson D. Lambert

SEASON TICKETS Season tickets are available from the offices of the KwaZulu - Natal Cricket Union. They cover all matches at Kingsmead. At Kingsmead the ground season ticket holder will be allowed to sit only on grass areas. The covered and open stand season ticket holder will have a specific reserved seat. For information contact: Elton Nagiah The KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union Ph: PO Box 47266 Fx: Greyville 4023 http://eltonn@cricket.co.za

031- 3354200 031- 3325288

SENIOR CITIZENS Senior Citizens (65 and over) are entitled to a reduction in the Ground Admission price to all matches at Kingsmead (at the discretion of the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union). This concession does not apply to a reserved seat for which the full price is payable. STUDENTS There is NO concession in Ground Admission prices for the students (normally defined as those attending Tertiary Institutions).

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Premier Challenge Women

LEAGUE RESULTS 2011 / 2012 WINNERS RUNNERS-UP Crusader Chatsworth Sporting Uthungulu ACC Simplex RHCSC Collegians 2

DURBAN & DISTRICT LEAGUES Premier Reserve Berea Rovers 2 Crusaders 2 Premier Reserve 20/20 Crusaders Berea Rovers Prom/Chal Res Chatsworth Railways 2 Prom/Chal Res 20/20 Quins Phoenix Division 1 Berea Rovers 3 Delta 3 Division 2 Berea Rovers 4 Pinetown 4 Division 3 Hillary Malvern 5 Hillary Malvern 4 Division 4 Railways 3 Chatsworth Sporting 5 Division 5 Quins 7 ACC 7 Division 6 Crusaders 5 DHS Rhythm 8 Division 7 Chats Sporting 10 Chatsworth United 5 U15 League 1 Chats Sporting INK 1 U15 League 2 Simplex RHCSC Newlands U13 League 1 *Berea Rovers *Chats Sporting 1 *INK 1 U13 League 2 Quins Chats Sporting 2 U13 League 3 Umlazi INK 3 U11 League 1 Berea Rovers Chatsworth Sporting 1 U11 League 2 Crusaders INK 2 * Joint Winners Premier 20/20 Berea Rovers and Chatsworth Sporting Tied Challenge 20/20 Uthungulu beat UKZN Women 20/20 Simplex RHCSC beat Collegians 2 BERTIE SHIRE AWARD Crusaders (The top Durban team in Premier Division)

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(Awarded for the best all YEAR WINNERS 66/67 Umbilo 69/70 DHSOB 72/73 Crusaders 75/76 Crusaders 78/79 Pinetown 81/82 Marist/Rov 84/85 Umbilo 87/88 Crusaders 90/91 Umbilo 93/94 Crusaders 96/97 M-T-L Coll 99/20 Collegians 22/23 Delta 25/26 Umbilo/Harl 28/29 B. Rovers 11/12 B. Rovers

WADE AWARD Berea Rovers round club performance - instituted in 1966 / 1967) YEAR WINNERS YEAR WINNERS 67/68 Crusaders 68/69 Umbilo 70/71 Crusaders 71/72 G.O.B. 73/74 Crusaders 74/75 Crusaders 76/77 DHSOB 77/78 Umbilo 79/80 G.O.B. 80/81 G.O.B. 82/83 Crusaders 83/84 Umbilo 85/86 Umbilo 86/87 Umbilo 88/89 Crusaders 89/90 Umbilo 91/92 Umbilo 92/93 Crusaders 94/95 Crusaders 95/96 Crusaders 97/98 Merebank 98/99 Collegians 20/21 Thekwini 21/22 Twini 23/24 Amanzimtoti 24/25 Crusaders 26/27 Crusaders 27/28 B.Rovers 29/10 Crusaders 10/11 Crusaders

1986 1986 1989 1991 1999 1999 1999 2001 2002 2003

(DURBAN) DDCU PLAQUES (Presented for outstanding service to Durban Cricket) J. Pillay 1986 W.W. Wade K. Rabie 1986 J.J. Thornton V. Hohls 1989 D. Bezuidenhout D.G. MacLeod 1999 B. Thayab F. Wensley 1999 R. Kurz J. Pillay 1999 G. Heath P. Holm 2000 K. Mackerdhuj Prof. P. Brijlal 2001 S. Naidoo Dr. LD Naidoo 2002 J. Sathiaseelan Y. Wariyawa

2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2009 2010 2012

DDCU PRESIDENTS AWARDS (Presented for outstanding service to Durban Cricket) K.Suthler-Gore 2001 C Docrat S.K.Reddy 2002 R Kurz Dr. L. D. Naidoo 2004 F. Jaffar L. Watts 2004 J. Sathiaseelan R Gobind 2005 R Freylick K. Maharaj 2006 J. Vandiar J. Vandiar 2008 H. Amla G. Gama 2009 T. Chetty I. Khan 2009 D. Devnarain D. Miller 2011 C. Chetty M. Ramsaroop 26


2002 2003 2004 2007 2009 2011

KZNCU PRESIDENTS AWARDS (Presented for outstanding service to KZN Cricket) S. Naidoo 2002 D. Mkwanazi J. Logtenberg 2003 J. Sathiaseelan J. Pillay 2006 Y. Ismail S. Pollock 2008 H. Amla T. Chetty 2010 D. Miller P. Subrayen 2012 M. Timol (NATAL) KZNCU PLAQUES (Presented for outstanding service to Natal Cricket)

1968 1970 1977 1977 1980 1982 1984 1984 1986 1986 1986 1991

DW Geddie TL Goddard L Theobald RJ W illaims JG Draper GB Payn MJ Proctor JFC Palmer LW Payn J Kaplan SA Sugar E Peer

1968 1973 1977 1977 1980 1982 1984 1985 1986 1986 1991 1991

REF Bowley 1969 AD Nourse I Cameron 1975 DV Dyer Hemphill, Lucas & Parnell DBN Turf Club 1979 GD Varnals K Orchard 1982 WGA Pigg V vd Bijl 1984 BA Richards AJS Smith 1984 WW Wade C de V Burger 1986 DF Dowling B Crouch 1986 M Rathbone R Gathorne 1986 G Bickerton JJ Thornton 1991 W Lawler D Done 1994 F Forge

CRICKET TOURS Any Club/team which wishes to arrange a cricket tour outside the Republic of South Africa must first apply to the KwaZulu Natal Cricket Union for approval. The KwaZulu Natal Cricket Union will seek the approval from the Board of Cricket South Africa.

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July/Sep 2012 Nov/Dec 2012 Dec/Jan 2012/2013 Jan/Mar 2013

INTERNAT IONALS SA tour England SA tour Australia New Zealand tour South Africa Pakistan tour South Africa CSA CLUB CHAM PIONSHIPS April 2013

22-26 National Club Championship Pretoria 28 National Club Championship Final Pretoria CSA NAT IONAL WEEKS September/October 2012 30 Sep/5 Oct LSEN W eek W hite River 8-12 +9-13 10-14 12-16 13-17 16-21

December U15 Boys W eek U13 Boys W eek U17 Boys RCASA W eek U17 Boys W eek U19 Girls W eek Coca Cola Khaya Majola W eek

2012 Durban Boland Grahamstown Cape Town Oudtshoorn Potchefstroom

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SA RURAL DISTRICT WEEKS February 2013 RCASA Senior W eek TBA RCASA X1 vs Invitation X1 TBA

26- 30

USSA Week November 2012 USSA ‘B’ W eek Port Elizabeth

3 - 7

USSA ‘A’ W eek

3-7

CSA CUBS WEEK January 2013 CSA Cubs W eek Boland

10-16

CSA COLTS WEEK April 2013 CSA Colts W eek Potchefstroom

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Future Cup

December 2012 Oudtshoorn

FUTURE CUP April 2013 Kimberley

OTHER December 2012 SA Schools vs North W est Dragons SA Colts vs North W est Inv X1

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Potchefstroom Potchefstroom


CLUB OFFICIALS N.B.: Please advise the Union Office immediately of any change in particulars of your officials. # Correspondence to be sent to: Chairman #

Secretary Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman #

Secretary Chairman

Secretary#

Chairman #

ACC Craig Chamier P O Box 234 Seadoone 4141

C

082-4540635

Paul Wilson

C

082-6508294

AFRICAN WARRIORS S. Mbongwa C 1372 Mthwalumi Rd P O Kwa Mashu 4359

H C B F

031-5033346 072-2425268 033-8465560 086-7165559

C B H

082-2206776 031-5144501 031-7073191

BEREA ROVERS Wayne Scott P O Box 631 Umhlanga 4320

F C B

031-5831990 078-8018278 031-5831980

Matthew Petit

C

082-4489644

CHATSWORTH Dhilosen Pillay P O Box 56794 Chatsworth 4092

B C F

031-4032975 082-5535426 031-4010286

C H B

083-3390057 031-4035864 031-3060278

S. Matlava P.O. Box 524 New Germany 3620

Anash Bridgemohan 89 Falcon Street Kharwastan 4093

MAGIC PAN CHATSWORTH SPORTING Jason Sathiaseelan B 031-5667624 73 Sego Lily Road C 083-4590329 Crossmore H 031-4092958 Chatsworth 4092 F 031-5667604 29


Vice Chair

Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman

Secretary #

Chairman #

Secretary Chairman#

Secretary Chairman

Loga Chetty 75 Equality Street Croftdene Chatsworth 4092

C H

084-5813886 031-4039033

H C F

031-2691616 084-5535126 031-2691616

C H B

083-6380836 031-7029991 031-7920700

B C B

031-2664753 083-7991472 031-2428549

H C

031-2083131 082-9267068

COLLEGIANS Rodney Hornsveld 52 Oldmill Way Durban North 4051

H C F

031-5041202 083-7998513 086-7709735

Neville Benater

C

083-7752744

C H B F

084-4148335 031-5646035 031-5731738 031-5637632

C

084-5698813

B C F H

031-5761132 083-6617800 031-5761298 032-5527778

CHATSWORTH UNITED Strini Pillay 20 Shiraz, 93 Chiltern Dr Clare Estate 4091 Dylan Naidoo 5 Frare Drive Pinelands Pinetown 3610 CLARES S Leonard 8 Somerset Drive Westville 3630 Rajin Ramsaroop 21 Daintree Avenue Asherville 4091

CRUSADERS Andrew Bennison 230 East View Road Durban North 4051 Paul Brown DAWN HEIGHTS Roy Ramsunder P O Box 3622 Stanger 4450

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Secretary #

Chairman #

Secretary Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman #

Adhir Maharaj PO Box 105 Stanger 4450

B C F

032-5511355 083-7862907 086-5245610

DELTA Yusuf Wariyawa PO Box 26407 Isipingo Beach 4115

C F

082-8719738 086-5112011

A Hassim

F

086-5112011

H C B F

031-5633013 084-5845110 031-5643450 031-5640200

H C

031-5648791 083-2447312

C H B

083-9413324 031-7013423 031-2675300

C B F

083-7845361 031-5087062 031-5087155

B C F H

032-5337387 084-5065131 032-5337396 032-5515591

H C F B

032-5514506 073-8545786 032-5514240 032-5512123

B C F

033-3452791 073-3656627 033-3455738

DHS RHYTHM Mags Reddy PO Box 40728 Redhill 4071 Sue Sunderparsad P O Box 40728 Redhill 4071 HILLARY / MALVERN Cynthia Daye 13 Woodbury Park Sunnyside Lane Pinetown 3423 Mike Richman 8 B Huntley Mews 74/76 Huntley Road Hillary 4094 iLEMBE Narendra Singh P O Box 5165 Stanger 4450 Desigan Pillay P O Box 70 Kwa Dukuza 4450 MCA WOMEN’S X1 Ebrahim Hossen P O Box 2729 Pietermaritzburg 3201 31


Secretary

Chairman

Secretary #

Chairman

Secretary #

Chairman#

Secretary

Chairman

Secretary #

Charlotte Mkhize P O Box 2729 Pietermaritzburg 3201

B F C

033-3452791 033-3455738 073-3655395

NEWLANDS Darshen Naidoo P O Box 76602 Marbleray 4037

H C

031-5781221 084-5787660

Pravesh Shrinundh 188 Briadale Drive Newlands West 4037

H B F C

031-5781313 031-3023857 086-5106870 083-3789866

NEWLANDS EAST/KENSEA Louis Perumal H 57 Wembley Road B Sea Cow Lake 4051 C F

031-5641456 031-7005714 083-7164264 031-7008718

Rajiv Dukhanti 231 Temple Road Sea Cow Lake 4051

B C H F

031-5696789 073-3939431 031-8110989 086-5354973

H C F

031-5053361 082-6113883 031-7136547

Soma Govender B 183 Allingstone Crescent C Whethfern H Phoenix 4068

082-2773725 084-5680069 031-5057269

PHOENIX Jay Govender 5 Breakwood Place Woodview Phoenix 4068

PINETOWN Andrew Crouch 2 Hlupeka Place Assagay 3610 Bridgette Oakes 18A Trafalgar Place Unit 22, Pinetown 3610

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B C

031-7644042 072-6071759

C B F

078-5221860 031-7659659 086-5447547


Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman

Secretary#

Chairman #

Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman #

RAILWAYS Noor Arbee P O Box 12 Desainagar 4405

H C F

032-9431554 083-6889387 032-9433206

H C

032-9441553 078-4605136

SIMPLEX RHCSC D Daviparsad 35 Burnton Place Reservoir Hills 4091

H C B

031-2622767 082-3752452 031-5391483

Dalip Hariram 29 Shannon Drive Reservoir Hills 4091

C H B

082-3790242 031-2620824 031-3113520

C

083-2650257

B H F C

031-3112055 032-9431711 031-3112165 083-5551711

B C F

032-9451023 084-7117661 032-9442962

B F C

031-2060470 031-2060295 082-6588647

Dinesh Nundkisoor P O Box 12 Desainagar 4405

SOUTHERN NATAL Blaze Eigenmann P O Box 1046 Umtentwene 4235 TONGAAT Daniel Govender 177 Genazano Road Seatides 4405 Arshaad Sheik P O Box 1774 Tongaat 4400 TOPHAM Pooven Naidoo 19 Nashville Place Havenside 4092

Co-Chairman

Reza Mahomed 19 Nashville Place Havenside 4092

C

083-6790251

Secretary

Dhiven Moodley

C

073-6291586

Chairman #

UKZN Daniel Smith

C

082-0500806

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Sports Officer#

Nomkhosi Dlamini C University KwaZulu Natal B Howard College Campus F Sports Administration 3rd Floor Rick Turner Building

071-4192444 031-2601461 031-2602196

Secretary

Casey Chadwick

076-4021445

Chairman #

C

UMBILO HARLEQUINS (Quins) Shane Deme H 031-2616722 6 Mountain Rise F 086-6715844 Carrington Heights C 082-8070792 Durban 4001 B 031-3027033

Secretary

Ernest Kettle 49 Acute Road Grosvenor 4052

B H F

031-3615047 031-4673270 031-3614082

Chairman#

UMLAZI S. Phakathi P O Box 54051 Umlazi 4041

C B

083-7428020 033-3295501

B C F H

031-3062011 082-5679756 086-5591173 039-9711634

F C

086-5591173 084-9949743

B C

035-7911267 072-6791254

B C

035-9079113 071-3518280

B C F

031-5395733 083-7850004 086-5578772

Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman #

Secretary

Chairman #

UMZINTO Asif Essop P O Box 248 Umzinto 4200 Calvin Govender P O Box 248 Umzinto 4200 UTHUNGULU Anton Geringer 1 Club Lane Felixton 3875 Guy Richardson P O Box 210 Felixton 3875 VERULAM Kugan Subrayen P O Box 282 Verulam 4340 34


Secretary

Jadyrien Subrayen 135 Garden Street Verulam 4340

WOMEN’S CRICKET Bheki Naseema Badat Jason Sathiaseelan Strini Pillay Julie Hornsveld Cynthia Daye Ebrahim Hossen Soma Govender Dalip Hariram Romi Naidoo

African Warriors 079-5601328 Berea Rovers 076-1675876 Chatsworth Sporting 083-4590329 Chatsworth United 084-5535126 Collegians 2 071-8879918 Hillary/Malvern 083-9413324 MCA X1 073-3656627 Phoenix 0845680069 Simplex RHCSC 082-3790242 Verulam 082-8732179

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C F

083-4018253 086-5578772


THE LAWS OF CRICKET THE PREAMBLE - THE SPIRIT OF CRICKET Cricket is a game that owes much of its unique appeal to the fact that it should be played not only within its Laws but also with in 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 the spirit of fair play rests with the captains. 1. There are two Laws which place the responsibility for the team’s conduct firmly on the captains. i. ii.

Responsibility of Captains: The captains are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the Spirit of the Game as well as within the Laws. Player’s Conduct: In the event of a player failing to comply with instructions by an umpire, or criticizing by word or action the decisions of an umpire, 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 instruct the latter to take action.

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 captain to take action where required. 3. The Umpires are authorised to Intervene in cases of : - Time wasting. - Damaging the pitch. - Dangerous or unfair bowling. - Tampering with the ball. - Any other action that they consider to be unfair. 4. The Spirit of the Game involves RESPECT for : - Your opponents. - Your own captain and team. - Union officials. - The role of the Umpires. - The game’s traditional values. 5. It Is against the Spirit of the Game : - To dispute an umpire’s decision by word, action or gesture.

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- To direct abusive language towards an opponent, umpire or an official of the Union. - To indulge in cheating or any sharp practice, for instance: a) To appeal knowing that the batsman is not out. b) To advance towards an umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing. c) To seek to distract an opponent either verbally or by harassment with persistent clapping or unnecessary noise under the guise of enthusiasm and motivation of one’s own side. 6. Violence: There is no place for any act of violence on the field of play. 7. Players: Captains and umpires together set the tone for the conduct of a cricket match. Every player is expected to make an important contribution to this. Note: “Laws of Cricket “(2000 Code 4th Edition – 2010) This book can be purchased from Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead. CODE OF BEHAVIOUR 1. RULES OF THE CODE: These rules shall be applicable to any player or person performing any activity within the area of operations of the KZNCU whether such activity or conduct takes place on or off the field of play. 1.1 The contravention of any of the Rules or Regulations set out hereunder shall be regarded as unprofessional conduct and/or misconduct which shall be referred to the disciplinary committee of the KZNCU. No player, official, employee, member of a club or association may: 1.1.1 assault, attempt to assault or abuse a spectator, another player, an umpire, an Official of a club or the KZNCU. 1.1.2 dispute an Umpire’s decision, or react in an obviously provocative or disapproving manner either towards an Umpire, his decision, or generally following an Umpiring decision. 1.1.3 Use crude and/or abusive language. 1.1.4 Indulge in conduct detrimental to the game. 1.1.5 use crude or abusive hand signals. Note a) Players should strive to win the game within the laws and the accepted norms of playing the game with no plans for assault or attempted assault on other players, umpires or spectators.

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b) Players should strive to live up to the standards of sportsmanship that cricket has set over the centuries by eliminating crude and abusive behavior and dress in accepted cricket clothing. c) Players should show respect for fellow cricketers with the courtesy of: i) being present to start the game at the designated time. ii) abiding by the Playing Conditions, Rules and Regulations of the Union. iii) when the need arises umpire, as an umpire, and not a member of either side. 1.2. Players must at all times abide by the playing conditions, rules and regulations and bye laws of the KZNCU. 1.3. Any player, official, administrator and/or employee of a club, who makes statements in the public media that brings the game into disrepute, shall be guilty of misconduct. 1.4. It is the responsibility of all players and officials to acquaint themselves with the Constitution, Bye -Laws and Rules. 2. ELIGIBILITY TO LODGE REPORT: Procedure for reporting the breach of the code A breach of the Code of Behavior Report Form may be submitted by: Sum of R500-00 referred to in clause 7 of the Administrative Conditions with the KZNCU within 7 (seven) days. The President of the KZNCU or any Manco member of the KZNCU, Chief Executive Officer of the KZNCU - where an official referred herein wishes to report a player /person for an alleged breach of the code he shall complete the prescribed report form and submit the report form to the KZNCU within 7 (seven) days. 3. HEARINGS: Upon receiving the report form:3.1 The secretary of the KZNCU will promptly advise the relevant Disciplinary Committee of the report and a hearing will be arranged within 7 days which must be attended by the player who is the subject of the report, his captain and the President/Manager of his club and the initiator of the report. 3.2 If the report is against the captain then the vice-captain will attend. 3.3 A copy of the report shall be immediately furnished to the player who is the subject of the report through the Chairman/Secretary of the club. He shall be entitled to submit a written response to the report within three days of the club being furnished with the report. A copy of the responses shall be immediately furnished to the Disciplinary Committee and the initiator of the report. 3.4 The Disciplinary Committee will hear evidence and decide on the report and immediately a conclusion has been reached, shall 38


advise the player/person who is the subject of the report and the initiator of the report of their conclusions and findings, together with any decision on any penalty to be imposed by way of suspension, monetary fine or the like. This notification may take place through the Chairman/Secretary of the club within seven days. 4. APPEALS - PROCEDURE: Right of Appeal:4.1. Any player found to be in breach of the Code, has the right to appeal against the initial decision. The appeal must be lodged together with a deposit of R500-00 with the Secretary of the Union which may be forfeited at the discretion of Manco wholly or in part to the funds of the Union as prescribed below, within three days of the decision being communicated. Where a person wishes to lodge an appeal in relation to a decision made, the following procedure shall apply:4.1.1 The appeal must be advised to the Secretary of the KZNCU in writing setting out the grounds of the appeal and whether the appeal is against the findings of the Disciplinary Committee and/or the penalty imposed by the Disciplinary Committee. 4.1.2 The Secretary of the KZNCU shall immediately advise the President of the KZNCU and the initiato r of the report, of the appeal. 4.1.3 The Manco of the KZNCU shall appoint an Appeal Committee. 4.1.4 Any appeal shall be heard within two weeks. 4.1.5 The decision of any appeal shall be final. 4.2.

Appeals in terms of application of Bye Laws/Laws of Cricket If a team is not happy with the application of the bye laws and /or the laws of cricket the club has the right to appeal against the initial findings. The appeal must be lodged together with a deposit of R500-00 with the Secretary of the Union which may be forfeited at the discretion of Manco wholly or in part to the funds of the Union, within three days of the decision being communicated. Where a club wishes to lodge an appeal in relation to a decision made, the following procedure shall apply: -

4.2.1 The appeal must be advised to the Secretary of the KZNCU in writing setting out the grounds of the appeal and whether the appeal is against the findings and/or the penalty imposed. 4.2.2 The Secretary of the KZNCU shall immediately advise the President of the KZNCU and the initiator of the report, of the appeal. 39


4.2.3 The Manco of the KZNCU shall appoint an Appeal Committee. 4.2.4 Any appeal shall be heard within two weeks. 4.2.5 The decision of any appeal shall be final. 4.3

Further documentation pertaining to the above can be obtained from the KZNCU office.

5. PENALTIES AND PAYMENT: 5.1. Penalties Subject to the offence that was committed, penalties that should be considered are reprimands, fines and suspensions. Suspended sentences may also be imposed subject to the discretion of the Disciplinary Committee. 5.2 Payment of Fines Any fine imposed on a player shall be paid to the Union office by his club within 7 (seven) days or otherwise agreed between the club and the disciplinary committee. Any failure to meet this requirement will render the player ineligible to play any matches under the auspices of the KZNCU until such time as the fine has been paid. 6. BYLAWS: All matters relating to disciplinary rules / action are available from the KZNCU office. 6.1

Twinning of Clubs The Manco of KZNCU shall approve application for the twinning of clubs in a common area/zone. Only applications motivated on the grounds of enhancing the promotion of cricket will be considered. Twinning of clubs takes place between a lower league and a higher league club.

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Racism Any player, official, administrator, spectator or any other person who brings the game into disrepute as a result of his/her conduct, which is in conflict with the constitution of South Africa and found guilty of such action, will have a maximum of a life ban sentence imposed on such a person.

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KWAZULU-NATAL CRICKET UNION Framed under the authority conferred by the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union’s constitution, and, where applicable in conjunction with the constitution of its affiliated Unions. Note:

In these, Administrative / playing Conditions the KZNCU shall mean KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union.

JURISDICTION All Administrative Conditions and all playing conditions applicable t o Premier, Challenge and Women’s Leagues competitions are under the jurisdiction of the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union. All other competitions are under the jurisdiction of sub-unions within our province. SECTION A ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS 1. AFFILIATION OF CLUBS: 1.1 Affiliation - One Team Clubs No affiliation of one team clubs will be accepted. 1.2 Application for Affiliation Either renewal or new, shall be submitted to the Union offices on the prescribed form on or before 30 June each year. The Union will not consider any telephonic affiliations. The Council of the KZNCU shall have the sole discretion whether to consider any applications for affiliation after 30 June. 1.3 Affiliation Fees KZNCU Teams - Premier, Challenge and Women’s League. Each club participating in the above leagues will pay an affiliation fee to its home sub-union as determined by the Council of KZNCU, payable by 20 September of the said season. (Refer to KZNCU Registration of players 2.1.) 1.4 Application Fee Any new club seeking affiliation to the Union, shall pay an application fee of R500 (plus VAT) prior to its application for affiliation being considered. Should the application be accepted, the application fee is NOT refundable. 1.5 Payment of Affiliation Fees Any club which fails to pay the prescribed affiliation fee on time shall be liable to pay a penalty of 10%. Any club, which fails to pay its affiliation fee plus penalty in full on or before 30 November, may cease, at the discretion of the Manco, to be affiliated to the Union.

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2. REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS: 2.1 Premier, Challenge and Women’s Teams Clubs are permitted to register a maximum of 30 players at R1500 -00. Clubs who register more than 30 players are required to pay an additional R50-00 per player. Clubs must submit player registration forms and nominal roll a week prior to the commencement of the season. The initial registration fee of R1500-00 must be paid prior to the 1st match being played. During the season registration forms of new players must be received at the Union’s office by noon on Thursday, preceding the scheduled start of the first match in which a new player takes part together with the registration fee. Registration forms for existing club members who are not registered with KZNCU must be submitted together with your result sheet and the registration fee. WOMEN’S teams are Free. 2.2 Nominal Roll Registration forms are not required in respect of players, administrators and/or officials registered in the previous season BUT A NOMINAL ROLL of all such players, administrators and/or officials, giving full names and addresses, must be submitted to the Union office by noon on the Thursday preceding the first league match. A player will not be regarded as being registered until his details are on the Nominal Roll and is received in the Union offices. The number of players, administrators and/or officials, registered by each Club is unlimited. NB: The nominal roll for each club for the previous season is issued by the Union to each club before the commencement of the season. ONLY this roll must be returned to the Union duly updated i.e. names deleted, change of addresses etc. NEW REGISTRATIONS must NOT be added to the roll. (See sub-clause above). The Council reserves the right to impose penalties by way of suspension of the player/s involved and/or the imposition of a fine on the Club and/or forfeiture of points in the event of non -compliance with this sub-clause. 2.3 Transfer of players No player may transfer from one club to another during the season without the consent of the Manco, which consent shall only be granted in exceptional circumstances.

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2.4 Un-Registered Players A club permitting an unregistered player to participate in any match, will result in penalties being imposed by the Union as follows:  The forfeiture of all points gained in the match/es.  The imposition of a monetary fine of R250.00 per offence  In such a match the opposition will be awarded the match points for a win. 2.5 Expelled Players No player expelled by a club may be registered during the same season, by any other club, except with the permission of the relevant authority. 2.6 Registration of Schoolboys Registration forms ARE required in respect of schoolboys selected to play for clubs. 3. QUALIFICATION OF PLAYERS: 3.1. A player coming from another province for the first time to play cricket in this province must be a bone fide member of a club registered with his home Union. A player must be available to play for at least four consecutive scheduled matches and have been resident in KwaZulu-Natal for at least 7 days prior to taking part in any competition. (The conditions of this sub-clause will not apply to professional cricket personnel who are contracted and paid by the Union).This applies to persons playing in KZN for the first time. 3.2

Players attending Academies in other Provinces will not be permitted to participate in KZN Leagues during their vacation.

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Any misrepresentation made in regard to a players availability and/or residence will result in penalties being imposed by the Union concerned as follows: - the club forfeiting all points in a match in which such player appeared and the club incurring a fine of R250.00, in such a match the opposition will be awarded the match points for a win and the player being suspended for a period to be determined by the Union concerned. Any dispute or query regarding the interpretation of this clause shall be resolved by the MANCO of the Union concerned.

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The following criteria must be met: 1. He/she must meet the Department of Home Affairs requirements. 2. The KZNCU office must be informed in writing prior to such a player being played. 3. Such a player must play for at least four consecutive matches in the season concerned 4. No team shall field more than two foreigners per match. 5. RESULT SHEETS: BEFORE THE TOSS FOR INNINGS, EACH CAPTAIN SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LISTING THE SURNAME AND FULL NAME OF EACH MEMBER OF HIS TEAM AS INDICATED ON THE REGIS TRATION FORM IN BLOCK LETTERS. Each team competing in any competition shall deliver to the Union office, the result of each of its matches before noon on the Thursday following such matches. Premier, Challenge and Women’s clubs are urged to submit result sheet by noon on Monday following such matches) Result sheet will be supplied to clubs by the Union and the Captain of each team shall complete a result sheet in all respects. Failure to submit result sheet completed in all respects within the prescribed time will result in the forfeiture of all points earned in that match. Should the defaulting team not have earned any points in the match, such team shall forfeit two points earned by them from previous matches. In addition a monetary penalty of R200.00 on defaulting teams for each transgression. Note: i)

Results may be faxed to the Union offices (Fax No. (0313325288 or 0866331966) provided that all the information required on the result card is reflected on the fax.

ii)

Result sheets with names are to be submitted even if a match has been cancelled by the Union/rained out.

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The onus is on the club to ensure that the result sheet has been received by the Union.

6. UMPIRES: 6.1 (In addition to the Law) Umpires shall be appointed by the Manco, which hereby delegates this duty to the KZN Cricket Umpires Association and/or its affiliates. In the event of the Umpires appointed failing to appear or no appointments being made, each captain shall appoint an umpire. If one umpire be present, he shall appoint another.

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6.2 REPORT FORMS Umpires’ report forms for all matches, where umpires have been appointed must be submitted to the Secretary of the Union before noon on the Thursday following the match. Failure to submit report forms completed in all respects within the prescribed time, will result in the forfeiture of 2 points earned in that match and a monetary penalty of R200.00 on defaulting teams for each transgression. Note: i) Umpires report forms are to be faxed to the Union office (fax no. 031-3325288 or 0866331966) provided that all the information required on the report form is reflected on the fax. ii) It is essential to submit an umpire’s report form even if no official umpires have been appointed. iii) The onus is on the club to ensure that the umpire’s report form has been received by the Union. 7. PROTESTS, DISPUTES AND CODE OF BEHAVIOUR : The attention of clubs is drawn to the Laws of Cricket and the preamble. No protest of any kind shall be considered by the Manco unless the club lodging the protest shall have deposited, with the Secretary of the Union, the sum of R500.00, which sum may be forfeited at the discretion of the Manco, wholly or in part, to the funds of the Union, if the protest is not sustained and/or is considered frivolous. All protests must be in writing and must be lodged with the Secretary of the Union within 7 days (Sunday included) of the completion of the match or occurrence to which it refers. No protests may be withdrawn without the consent of the Manco. All protests shall be accompanied by particulars of the grounds upon which they are made. The Manco (or its duly appointed sub-committee) shall have the power to call for evidence, either in writing or by personal attendance, as it may require. Any dispute occurring between clubs shall be referred to the arbitration of the Manco, whose decision shall be binding. 8. TEAMS SCRATCHING: 8.1. Any club wishing to scratch a team shall notify the Secretary of the Union by no later than noon of the Friday prior to the match being played. (In respect of the night games at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled start). 8.2 No club may scratch a team when it has a lower team fulfilling a fixture on the same week-end. 8.3 Any team failing to arrive to fulfill a fixture (as opposed to prior scratching) WILL result in a monetary fine of R200.00. 8.4 Failure to comply with this Bye-Law will entail the forfeiture of all points gained in the matches played on that day by any of its teams lower than the one scratched. 45


Note: In the event of repeated scratching of the same team and/or in the event of repeated contravention of this Bye-Law the Manco may, in addition to the forfeiture of points as stated above and the imposition of the monetary fine, also impose a further penalty which will involve the deduction of additional points. 9. TWO TEAM CLUBS - SCRATCHING: The Manco shall, at its discretion, cancel the affiliation of any club which repeatedly scratches a team. Any monies paid to the Union by a club whose affiliation has been cancelled, will be forfeited to the funds of the Union. 10.

SELECTION OF TEAMS: Any malpractices in the selection of league teams which are contrary to the spirit of the game, will be dealt with by the Manco, as it deems fit. Loading of a lower division team for any reason will be severely dealt with. No player may be nominated or play in more than one match on the same weekend. Note 1: Any contravention of this Rule may result in the Manco deducting all points gained in the match played by that player on the Saturday/Sunday and/or the imposition of a mandatory fine. Note 2: A player will be permitted to play on either the Saturday or Sunday preceding or following a provincial match. Not withstanding the foregoing a regular lower league player may play for a first division team and his regular lower team in the same weekend in exceptional circumstances provided that the prior consent of the President or VicePresident or Secretary of the Union has been obtained. Exceptional circumstances would cover a first division player being seriously injured on a Saturday night / Sunday morning prior to the commencement of the game. The Manco in such circumstances would agree to him being replaced by a regular lower league player. Note: 3 The afore going clause means that any player who withdraws from any representative match shall not be permitted to play for his club, until such time as his club has obtained the permission of the Manco of the KZNCU. Note: 4 Selected to ‘play’ shall include the selection of a 12 th man.

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WITHDRAWAL OF TEAMS: The Manco shall investigate the reasons for any club withdrawing a team after the commencement of the season. The Manco shall be empowered to impose a monetary penalty upon a club withdrawing a team, after the commencement of the season, without good cause and shall in addition, have the right to refuse affiliation of the club withdrawing the team in the following season.

12. PITCHES: 12.1 Any club/sub-union, which does not at the discretion of the Facilities Committee appointed by the KZNCU - provide suitable, acceptable pitches, will not be permitted to stage further matches at its home ground for the remainder of the season . A monetary fine may also be imposed by the Manco upon the club. 12.2

In the event of a match not being played owing to the negligence of the home team, e.g. the pitch not having been prepared, no covers having been placed on the pitch, etc, The Manco shall investigate the reason for the match not having been played. If necessary the Manco shall obtain detailed reports from the Umpires. The Manco shall have the right, depending on the findings of the investigations, to award the average number of points gained by the teams in that division to the visiting team and in circumstances where it deems fit, the Manco shall in addition be entitled to deduct a maximum of five points from the home team.

Note: Covers only apply to Premier League In the event of teams playing at a ground which is not the home ground for either team, the home team shall be deemed to be the team whose name appears first in the published fixture list, in the absence of evidence to the contrary. RAIN: Premier/Challenge/Women’s Leagues 13.1 In the event of rain falling before the commencement of play on any day, teams must attend at the grounds prior to the hour laid down for the commencement of play.

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13.2

At Kingsmead only, the groundsmen (or his duly authorised representative) has been granted the discretion, by the Manco, to prohibit play on any day, within a week of the commencement of a provincial or international match if, in his opinion the ground and pitch are unfit for play.

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Note: 1 A fixture will be considered to have been played if play has commenced, even though no result can be obtained due to weather. Therefore result sheets should be submitted reflecting the play that has taken place. NB: Even if no play has taken place and the match has not been cancelled by the Union, a result sheet MUST be submitted. Note: 2 In the event of overnight rain or if there has been rain preceding the scheduled date of a match PLEASE PHONE 3354200 or 3354252 after 16h30 on Friday preceding the match. 14.

GROUND EQUIPMENT: Premier League teams, with home grounds are required to have available stumps, covers, sawdust, squeegees and carpet squares for limited over matches, in the event of rain before and during the matches.

15. CHANGE OF VENUES: 15.1 For all Divisions. In the event of the pitch or ground not being fit for play, on any day, teams MAY NOT play such scheduled game at an alternative venue. However, if clubs request change of ground, for very good reasons, such change of grounds must be approved by the Secretariat during normal working hours, up to 16h00 Friday, preceding the match. If a game has been moved without permission no points will be allocated. NB. THE DECISION MAY NOT BE TAKEN BY A MANCO MEMBER 15.2

Notwithstanding the above, venues for Premier and Challenge, which are all day Sunday matches and Women may be changed under the following conditions: -

15.2.1 16.

Permission is given by the President or Vice President/s of KZNCU up until 16h00 on the Saturday before the game.

CLUB SPONSORS: Clubs will be permitted to display their sponsors’ logo on playing shirts/jerseys provided that the prior consent of the Manco has been obtained.

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PROMOTION AND RELEGATION FOR 2012/2013 SEASON: The top team from the Challenge League Stream 1 will be promoted to the Premier league. The bottom team from the Premier League would be relegated to the Challenge League Stream 1. In the event of African Warriors finishing last in the Premier League then the team finishing second last will be relegated. The top team from the Challenge League Stream 2 will be promoted to the Challenge League Stream 1, the bottom team from the Challenge League Stream 1 will be relegated to the Challenge League Stream 2. The bottom team from the Challenge League Stream 2 will be relegated to their respective sub-union. Teams from the sub-union wanting promotion must apply. The amnesty of African Warriors has been extended for the 2012/2013 season.

18. QUALIFICATION OF PREMIER/CHALLENGE STATUS: 18.1 All KZNCU clubs to have a minimum of three senior teams, this includes their first team. Teams from the Township would be exempt from this requirement provided they make written motivation prior to the commencement of the season that they cannot fulfill the requirement. All KZNCU league teams must have a Junior programme. All KZNCU teams must aspire to include a Women’s team in their structure. This would be compulsory in the 2011/2012 season. 18.2

18.3. 18.4. 18.5. 18.6. 18.7.

In the event of Premier and Challenge league clubs, as defined in 18.1, repeatedly scratching a team, the Manco shall have the right to relegate the 1 st team of such club or to refuse the club affiliation the following season. All clubs must have a Linear trained scorer. All Clubs must have a Level Two Coach. All Clubs must provide an umpire. Incentive for playing a Black African player/s is R1 125-00 per player provided the player/s plays more than 50% of the matches. (African Warriors and Umlazi are excluded). For a club to qualify to represent KZNCU at the Club Championship they have to play a player of colour during the season and that player must be included in the squad for the Club Championship. The club that is to represent KZNCU at the Club Championship is to provide their squad to the Manager of Amateur Cricket for approval prior to the team going to t he tournament. Clubs that do not fulfill the KZNCU requirements will not represent KZNCU at the Club Championship.

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SECTION B PREMIER AND CHALLENGE LEAGUES COMPETITIONS (Refer Admin Conditions Section A) FORMAT Teams participating A. CASTLE PREMIER LEAGUE: African Warriors Berea Rovers Chatsworth United Crusaders DHS Rhythm Pinetown Uthungulu B. CHALLENGE LEAGUE: B.1 CHALLENGE LEAGUE STREAM 1: ACC Collegians Hillary/Malvern Quins Southern Natal UKZN Verulam B.2

CHALLENGE LEAGUE STREAM 2: Clares Chatsworth Newlands Newlands E/K Simplex RHCSC Tongaat

Chatsworth Sporting Delta Topham

Dawnheights Railways Umzinto

iLembe Phoenix Umlazi

PLAYING CONDITIONS Except as varied here under the Laws of Cricket (2000 Code 4th Edition - 2010) shall apply.   

Premier and Challenge leagues to play two rounds of 50 overs. A minimum of 20 overs constitute a match. Match is completed once the team batting second passes the first team's score. No penalty will apply if the team bowling their overs at a rate less than 15 overs per hour if the batting side is all out.  Limited over competition - run rate would determine results.  Late start to constitute a minimum of 20 overs for each team shall commence at 13h45. 1. THE PLAYERS Each captain shall provide a list of the names of the 11 players in writing to the Umpires before the toss. No player may be changed after the nomination without the consent of the opposing captain. 2. SUBSTITUTES AND RUNNERS Substitutes and Runners  A runner for a batsman when batting is not permitted. The umpires shall have discretion to allow, for other wholly acceptable reasons, a substitute fielder to act for a nominated player, at the start of the match, or at any subsequent time.

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Fielder absent or leaving the field If a fielder fails to take the field with his side at the start of the match or at any later time, or leaves the field during a session of play, the umpire shall be informed of the reason for his absence, and he shall not thereafter come on to the field during a session of play without the consent of the umpire. (See Law 2.6 as modified). The umpire shall give such consent as soon as practicable. If the player is absent from the field for longer than 8 minutes: 2.1.

the player shall not be permitted to bowl in that innings after his return until he has been on the field for at least that length of playing time for which he was absent.

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the player shall not be permitted to bat unless or until, in the aggregate, he has returned to the field and/or his side’s innings has been in progress for at least that length of playing time for which he has been absent or, if earlier, when his side has lost five wickets. The restriction shall not apply if the player has suffered an external blow (as opposed to an internal injury such as a pulled muscle) whilst participating earlier in the match and consequently been forced to leave the field. Nor shall it apply if the player has been absent for very exceptional and wholly acceptable reasons (other than injury or illness). In the event of a fieldsman already being off the field at the commencement of an interruption in play through ground, weather or light conditions or for other exceptional circumstances, he shall be allowed to count any such stoppage time as playing time, provided that he personally informs the umpires when he is fit enough to take the field had play been in progress. Similarly, if at the commencement of an interruption in play through ground, weather or light conditions or for other exceptional circumstances, a player is on the field but still has some unexpired penalty time remaining from a previous absence, he shall automatically be allowed to count any such stoppage time as playing time. Substitute fielders shall only be permitted in cases of injury, illness or other wholly acceptable reasons. ‘Wholly acceptable reasons’ should be limited to extreme circumstances and should not include what is commonly referred to as a ‘comfort break’.

3. THE BALL  A four piece ball must be used in all Premier and Challenge league fixtures. Teams must play with balls supplied by KZNCU  Each club to carry at least two used balls. This would alleviate time loss when ball is lost.  The captain of the fielding side SHALL NOT be permitted to take a new ball during the innings.  If the ball is to be replaced, the umpires shall inform the batsman and the fielding captain. Either batsmen or bowler may raise the matter with the umpire and the umpires decision as to a replacement or otherwise will be final.  The umpires shall retain possession of the match ball throughout the duration of the match when play is not actually taking place. 51


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4.

During play the umpires shall periodically and regularly inspect the condition of the ball and shall retain possession of it at the fall of a wicket, a drinks interval, or any other disruption in play.

Ball lost or becoming unfit for play Law 5.5 shall be replaced by the following: In the event of a ball during play being lost or in the opinion of the umpires, being unfit for play through normal use, the umpires shall allow it to be replaced by one that in their opinion has had a similar amount of wear. In the event of the ball becoming wet and soggy as a result of play continuing in inclement weather or in the opinion of the umpires being unfit for play, the ball may be replaced for a ball that has similar amount of wear, even though it has not gone out of shape. If the ball is to be replaced, the umpire shall inform the batsman.

5. THE PITCH If, in the opinion of the umpires, a pitch is considered too dangerous for play or unfit to continue, they shall stop play immediately. All covers (including 'hessian' or 'scrimp' covers used to protect the pitch against the sun) shall be removed not later than two and half hours before the scheduled start of play provided it is not raining at the time, but the pitch will be covered again if rain falls prior to the commencement of play. 6. INNINGS All matches will consist of one innings per side, each innings being limited to a maximum of 50 overs. Length of Innings 6.1. Uninterrupted Matches (a) (b)

(c) (d) (e)

Each team shall bat for 50 overs unless all out earlier. If the team fielding first fails to bowl the required number of overs by the scheduled time for cessation of the first innings, play shall continue until the required number of overs has been bowled. The interval shall be reduced to enable the second innings to commence at the rescheduled time, subject to there being a minimum interval of 20 minutes. The team batting second shall receive its full quota of 50 overs irrespective of the number of overs it bowled in the scheduled time for the cessation of the first innings. If the team batting first is dismissed in less than 50 overs, the team batting second shall be entitled to bat for 50 overs. If the team fielding second fails to bowl 50 overs by the scheduled cessation time, the hours of play shall be extended until the required number of overs has been bowled or a result is achieved. In the event of the umpires having determined the over rate being below that's required, the umpires shall inform the Union who will impose the penalty. The penalty for slow over rate is R150-00 per over.

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6.2.

Delayed or Interrupted Matches (a)

Delay or Interruption to the Innings of the Team Batting First If up to 30 minutes of playing time is lost then the intervals will be reduced by playing time lost. (i) Thereafter when playing time has been lost the revised number of overs to be bowled in the match shall be based on a rate of 15 overs per hour, which is exclusive of the provision of the drinks interval, in the total remaining time available for play. (ii) The revision of the number of overs should ensure, whenever possible, that both teams have the opportunity of batting for the same number of overs. The team batting second shall not bat for a greater number of overs than the first team unless the latter completed its innings in less than its allocated overs. To constitute a match, a minimum of 20 overs have to be bowled to the side batting second, subject to a result not being achieved earlier. (iii)

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 15 overs per hour. When calculating the length of playing time available for the match, or the length of either innings, the timing and duration of all relative delays, extensions in playing hours, interruptions in play, and intervals, excluding those for drinks, will be taken into consideration. This calculation must not cause the match to finish earlier than the original time for cessation of play on the final scheduled day for play. If required the original time shall be extended to allow for one extra over for each team.

(iv) If the team fielding first fails to bowl the revised number of overs by the specified time, play shall continue until the required number of overs have been bowled or the innings is completed. The interval shall be reduced to enable the second innings to commence at the rescheduled time, subject to there being a minimum interval of 20 minutes. (v) In the event of the umpires having determined the over rate being below that's required, the umpires shall inform the Union who will impose the penalty. The penalty for slow over rate is R150-00 per over. (b)

Delay or Interruption to the innings of the Team Batting Second (i)

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(ii) In addition, should the innings of the team batting first have been completed prior to the scheduled, or re-scheduled 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. (iii) To constitute a match, a minimum of 20 overs have to be bowled to the team batting second subject to a result not being achieved earlier. (iv) The team batting second shall not bat for a greater number of overs than the first team unless the latter completed its innings in less than its allocated overs. (v) A fixed time will be specified for the close of play by applying a rate of 15 overs per hour. With the exception of drinks intervals, the timing and duration of all relative delays, extensions in playing hours and interruptions in play, will be taken into consideration in specifying this time. (vi) If the team fielding second fails to bowl the revised overs by the scheduled or re-scheduled close of play, the hours of play shall be extended until the overs have been bowled or a result achieved. (vii) In the event of the umpires having determined the over rate being below that's required, the umpires shall inform the Union who will impose the penalty. The penalty for slow over rate is R150-00 per over. 6.3.

Guideline for overs per hour

Overs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 7.

Time in minutes 1-4 5-8 9-12 13-16 17-20 21-24 25-28 29-32 33-36 37-40 41-44 45-48 49-52 53-56 57-60

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In a delayed or interrupted match where the overs are reduced for both teams or for the team bowling second, no bowler may bowl more than one-fifth of the total overs allowed. Where the total overs are not divisible by 5, one additional over shall be allowed to the maximum number per bowler necessary to make up the balance. In the event of a bowler breaking down and being unable to complete an over, the remaining balls will be allowed by another bowler. Such part of an over will count as a full over only in so far as each bowler’s limit is concerned. 8. Minimum number of overs required to be bowled 8.1 The minimum number of overs to be bowled to be achieved by the fielding team shall be 15 overs per hour. 8..2 In calculating the minimum number of overs required to be bowled, the following time allowances shall be made:

8.3

(a)

the actual time taken where treatment is given to a player on the field of play;

(b)

the actual time taken for a player to leave the field of play in the event of a serious injury;

(c)

the actual time lost due to any other circumstances beyond the control of the players.

The minimum number of overs required to be bowled will be calculated at the end of the match by the umpires. If the overs is calculated as being under the minimum number of overs required to be bowled the hour, the following shall apply: (a)

As soon as reasonably practicable the umpires shall inform the team captain and / or team manager of the relevant fielding team that the regulations have been breached and that the prescribed sanction in accordance shall be applied.

(b)

If, the umpires are of the opinion that the minimum number of overs required was not achieved by the fielding team by reason of events beyond its control, including (but not limited to) time wasting by the batting team, the umpires shall be entitled to amend the over rate calculation as they deem appropriate.

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Sanction No sanction may be imposed in respect of minimum over rates in the event of the batting team being bowled out, or when a result is achieved. In the event of the umpires having determined the over rate being below that's required, the umpires shall inform the Union who will impose the penalty. The penalty for slow over rate is R150-00 per over.

9.

Changing agreed times for intervals - Interval between Innings 9.1. The innings of the team batting second shall not commence before the scheduled time for commencement of the second session unless the team batting first has completed its innings at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled interval, in which case a ten minute break will occur and the team batting second will commence its innings and the interval will occur as scheduled. 9.2.

If the innings of the team batting first is completed in less than 30 minutes prior to the scheduled interval, the interval shall take place immediately and the innings of the team batting second will commence correspondingly earlier.

10. Intervals for drinks Two drinks break of 5 minutes duration per session is permitted, except that under conditions of extreme heat the umpires may permit an extra interval for drinks. An individual player may be given a drink either on the boundary edge or at the fall of a wicket, on the field, provided that no playing time is wasted. No other drinks shall be taken onto the field without the permission of the umpires. Any player taking drinks onto the field shall be dressed in proper cricket attire. 11. HOURS OF PLAY: First Session: Second Session: Third Session: Fourth Session:

09h00 -10h40 10h50 -12h30 13h10 -14h50 15h10 -16h50

Drinks on the field: Lunch Interval: Tea Interval:

10h40 -10h50 12h30 -13h10 14h50 -15h10

12. THE RESULT a. A result can be achieved only if both teams have had the opportunity of batting for at least 20 overs, unless one team has been all out in less than 20 overs or unless the team batting second scores enough runs to win in less than 20 overs. b. All matches in which both teams have not had an opportunity of batting for a minimum of 20 overs, shall be declared no result. A Tie : If the scores are equal, the result shall be a tie and no account shall be taken of the number of wickets, which have fallen. In the event of teams finishing on equal points in their sections, the winner will be determined in the following order of priority:  The team with the most number of wins;

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 The team which was the winner of the head to head match played between them will be placed in the higher position;  If still equal, the team with the highest number of bonus points;  If still equal, the team with the highest run rate;  The team that have scored the most number of runs in its matches throughout the tournament and  The team losing the lesser number of wickets throughout the tournament; Note: Where a team scratches, or has deemed to have scratched a league fixture, its opponents shall be awarded the average number of points as that obtained by the teams winning on the same day. 12.1.

Delayed or Interrupted Matches – calculation of the Target Score If, due to suspension of play after the start of the match, the number of overs in the innings of either team has to be revised to a lesser number than originally allotted (minimum of 20 overs), then a revised target score (to win) should be set for the number of overs which the team batting second will have the opportunity of facing. This revised target is to be calculated using the current Run Rate method.

12.2.

Correctness of result Any query on the result of the match shall be resolved as soon as possible and a final decision made by the umpires at close of play.

12.3.

Points The points system is as follows: Win, with bonus point Win, without bonus point Tie/No Result/Washout Loss

5 4 2 0

12.4. Run Rate A team’s run rate is calculated by dividing the total runs by the number of overs bowled. In the event of a team being all out in less than its full quota of overs, the calculation of its run rate shall be based on the full quota of overs to which it would have been entitled and not on the number of overs in which the team was dismissed. Only those matches where results are achieved will count for the purpose of run rate calculation.

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Bonus Points. If no result is achieved on the day, the match shall be declared a "No Result" match.  The team that achieves a run rate of 1.25 times that of the opposition shall be awarded one bonus point. A team's run rate will be calculated by reference to the runs scored in an innings divided by the number of overs faced.  In line with National and International competitions the winning team can earn a maximum of 1(one) bonus point in a league match. The losing team cannot earn a bonus point.  “In a full game a side batting second can gain a bonus point by reaching their target within 40 overs” or “the side bowling second can gain a bonus point by restricting the opposition to a score of less than 80% of the target and win the match”, e.g. Team batting first scores 240, team bowling second must restrict the opposition to 191 or less to qualify for the bonus point. (240 – 20% = 192) In reduced games the target/overs will be adjusted proportionally. Reduced Games  1 Bonus point for any team that achieves victory with a run rate 1.25 times that of the opposition. (Target x100/125)

14.

Mode of delivery Law 24.1 (b) shall be replaced by the following: The bowler may not deliver the ball underarm. If a bowler bowls a ball underarm the umpire shall call and signal no ball, and the ball is to be re-bowled overarm. 14.1

Free Hit after a foot-fault no ball A no ball called for a foot fault (Law 24.5) shall be a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. If the delivery for the free hit is not a legitimate delivery (any kind of no ball or a wide ball) then the next delivery will become a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. For any free hit, the striker can be dismissed only under the circumstances that apply for a no ball, even if the delivery for the free hit is called wide ball. Field changes are not permitted for free hit deliveries unless there is a change of striker. The umpires will signal a free hit by (after the normal No Ball signal) extending one arm straight upwards and moving it in a circular motion.

14.2 .

WIDE BALL Law 25 shall apply with the following addition to Law 25.1:

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Umpires are instructed to apply very strict and consistent interpretation in regard to this Law in order to prevent negative bowling wide of the wicket. Any offside or leg side delivery which in the opinion of the umpire does not give the batsman a reasonable opportunity to score shall be called a wide. 15.

. 16.

17.

BATSMAN OUT OF HIS GROUND: If the running batsman has grounded any part of his foot behind the popping crease, then any subsequent loss of contact with the ground of his person or bat, during his continuing forward momentum, should not be interpreted as being ‘out of his ground’. OBSTRUCTING THE FIELD: Law 37 shall apply. For the avoidance of doubt, if an umpire feels that a batsman, in running between the wickets, has significantly changed his direction without probable cause and thereby obstructed a fielder’s attempt to effect a run out, the batsman should, on appeal, be given out, obstructing the field. It shall not be relevant whether a run out would have occurred or not. If the change of direction involves the batsman crossing the pitch, Law 42.14 shall also apply. RESTRICTIONS ON THE PLACEMENT OF FIELDSMEN 17.1. At the instant of delivery, there may not be more than 5 fieldsmen on the leg side. 17.2. In addition further fielding restrictions shall apply to certain overs in each innings. The following fielding restrictions shall apply: a) Two semi-circles shall be drawn on the field of play. The semicircle shall have as their centre the middle stump at either end of the pitch. The radius of each of the semi-circles shall be 30 yards (27.43 metres). The semi-circles shall be linked by two parallel straight lines drawn on the field. The fielding restriction areas should be marked by continuous painted white lines or ‘dots’ at 5 yard (4.57 metres) intervals, each ‘dot’ to be covered by a white plastic or rubber (but not metal) disc measuring 7 inches (18 cm) in diameter. During the first block of Powerplay Overs only two fieldsmen shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area at the instant of delivery. During the second Powerplay blocks only three fieldsmen shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area at the instant of delivery. b)

Two inner circles shall be drawn on the field of play. The circles shall have as their centres the centre point of the popping crease at either end of the pitch. The radius of each of the circles shall be 15 yards (13.72 metres). These fielding restriction areas should be marked by ‘dots’. The segment of the circles reserved for the slip positions shall not be demarcated. During the first block of Powerplay Overs (in an uninterrupted innings, the first 10), there must be a minimum of two stationary fieldsmen 59


within the applicable fielding restriction area measured from the striker’s end at the instant of delivery. 17.3. 17.4.

During the non Powerplay Overs, no more than 4 fieldsmen shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area. . Powerplay Overs for an uninterrupted match shall be 15 overs per innings to be taken as follows: (a) The first block of Powerplay Overs (block of 10 overs for an uninterrupted match) shall be at the commencement of the innings. (b) The second block of Powerplay Overs (block of 5 overs for an uninterrupted match) shall be taken at the discretion of the of the batsmen at the wicket. In an innings of scheduled duration between 41 and 50 overs, it may not be completed later than the 40th over. (No equivalent restriction apply to innings of shorter scheduled duration). (c) A batsman must nominate his team’s Powerplay no later than the moment at which the umpire reaches the stumps at the bowler’s end for the start of the next over. (d) Once a batsman has nominated a Powerplay, the decision cannot be reversed. (e) Should the batting side choose not to exercise their discretion, their Powerplay Overs will automatically commence at the latest available point in the innings (e.g. in a 50 over innings, this will begin at the start of the 36th over).

17.5.

In circumstances when the number of overs of the batting team is reduced, the number of Powerplay Overs shall be reduced in accordance with the table below. For the sake of clarity, it should be noted that the table shall apply to both the 1st and 2nd innings of the match. Innings duration 20 – 21 22 – 24 25 – 28 29 – 31 32-34 35-38 39-41 42-44 45-48 49

17.6.

First Powerplay 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Batting Powerplay 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5

Powerplay Total 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Each block of Powerplay Overs must commence at the start of an over.

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17.6.1. If play is interrupted not during the Powerplay overs, then on resumption, it is necessary to determine how any remaining Powerplay overs should be allocated. The total number of Powerplay overs for the innings is derived from the table above. Any Powerplay overs already taken prior to the interruption will be deemed to have been from the initial allocation followed by the batting sides allocation. Illustrations: (a)

A match starts as 50 overs, is interrupted after 12 overs and reduced to 43 overs. (The first 10 overs have been Powerplays (PP); the next two were not.) The new PP allocation is 9+4, 3 overs of batting side selection left and be completed by the 40th over.

(b)

If play is interrupted during the first Power play and on resumption the overs required to be bowled in that Power play have already been exceeded, then the second Power play will be assumed to have been taken immediately and will continue as completed

(c)

If following an interruption, on resumption the total number of Power play overs for the innings has already been exceeded, then there will be no further Power play deliveries bowled in the innings.

17.7

At the commencement of each discretionary block of Powerplay Overs, the umpire shall signal such commencement to the scorers by rotating his arm in a large circle.

17.8

In the event of an infringement of any of the above fielding restrictions, the square leg umpire shall call and signal ‘No Ball’. NOTE: When there is no demarcation of the restricted areas mentioned above, the Umpires’ shall be the sole judges of these imaginary areas.

18.

FAIR AND UNFAIR PLAY Dangerous and Unfair Bowling 18.1.

The Bowling of Fast Short Pitched Balls (a) A bowler shall be limited to two fast short-pitched delivery per over. (b) A fast short-pitched ball is defined as a ball which passes or would have passed above the shoulder height of the striker standing upright at the crease. (c) The umpire at the bowlers end shall advise the bowler and the batsman on strike when each fast short pitched delivery has been bowled.

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(d) In addition, for the purpose of this regulation a ball that passes above head height of the batsman, that prevents him from being able to hit it with his bat by means of a normal cricket stroke shall be called a wide. (e) For the avoidance of doubt any fast short pitched delivery that is called a wide under this playing condition shall also count as one of the allowable short pitched deliveries in that over (f)

In the event of a bowler bowling more than one fast short-pitched deliveries in an over the umpire at the bowlers end shall call and signal no ball on each occasion. A differential signal shall be used to signify a fast short pitched delivery. The umpire shall call and signal "no ball" and then tap the head with the other hand.

(g) If a bowler delivers a third fast short pitched ball in an over, the umpire, after the call of no ball and when the ball is dead, shall caution the bowler, inform the other umpire, the captain of the fielding side and the batsmen at the wicket of what has occurred. This caution shall apply throughout the innings. (h) If there is a second instance of the bowler being no balled in the innings for bowling more than two fast short pitched deliveries in an over, the umpire shall advise the bowler that this is his final warning for the innings. (i)

Should there be any further instance by the same bowler in that I innings, the umpire shall call and signal no ball and when the ball is dead direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith. If necessary, the over shall be completed by another bowler, who shall neither have bowled the previous over, or part thereof, nor be allowed to bowl the next over, or part thereof.

(j)

The bowler thus taken off shall not be allowed to bowl again in that innings.

(k) The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the batsmen at the wicket and as soon as possible to the captain of the batting side. (l)

18.2.

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18.3.

The umpires will report the matter to the Union who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and the bowler concerned. (Refer also to Law 42.1 Fair and Unfair Play – Responsibility of the Captains.) Dangerous and Unfair Bowling – Action by the umpire Law 42.7 shall be replaced by the following:

18.3.1. The bowling of fast short pitched balls is unfair if in the opinion of the umpire at the bowler’s end he considers that by their repetition and taking into account their length, height and direction, they are likely to inflict physical injury on the striker, irrespective of the protective clothing and equipment he may be wearing. The relative skill of the striker shall also be taken into consideration. 18.3.2. In the event of such unfair bowling, the umpire at the bowler’s end shall adopt the following procedure:

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(a)

In the first instance the umpire shall call and signal no ball, caution the bowler and inform the other umpire, the captain of the fielding side and the batsmen of what has occurred.

(b)

If this caution is ineffective, he shall repeat the above procedure and indicate to the bowler that this is a final warning. Both the above caution and final warning shall continue to apply even though the bowler may later change ends.

(c)

18.4.

(d)

Should there be any further instance by the same bowler in that innings, the umpire shall call and signal no ball and when the ball is dead direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith. If necessary, the over shall be completed by another bowler, who shall neither have bowled the previous over, or part thereof, nor be allowed to bowl the next over, or part thereof. See Law 22.8. (Bowler Incapacitated or Suspended during an Over).

(e)

The bowler thus taken off shall not be able to bowl again in that innings.

(f)

The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the batsmen at the wicket and as soon as possible to the captain of the batting side.

(g)

The umpires will report the matter to the Tournament Director who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and the bowler concerned. (Refer also to Law 42.1 Fair and Unfair Play – Responsibility of the captains.)

Deliberate bowling of High Full Pitched Balls Law 42.8 shall be replaced with the following: If the umpire considers that a high full pitch, which is deemed unfair was deliberately bowled, then the caution and warning process shall be dispensed with.

The umpire at the bowlers end shall: 18.4.1.

Call and signal no ball.

18.4.2.

When the ball is dead, direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith.

18.4.3.

Not allow the bowler to bowl again in that innings.

18.4.4.

Ensure that the over is completed by another bowler, provided that the bowler does not bowl two overs or part thereof consecutively.

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18.4.5.

19.

Report the occurrence to the other umpire, to the captain of the batting side and the Tournament Director who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and the bowler concerned. (Refer also to Law 42.1 Fair and Unfair Play – Responsibility of the Captains).

BOWLER ATTEMPTING TO RUN OUT NON-STRIKER BEFORE DELIVERY The bowler is permitted before releasing the ball and provided he has not completed his usual delivery swing, to attempt to run out the non-striker. Whether the attempt is successful or not, the ball shall not count as one of the over. If the bowler fails to attempt to run out the non-striker, the umpire shall call and signal Dead ball as soon as possible.

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Castle Twenty 20 COMPETITION Premier, Challenge and Women Leagues 1

FORMAT Teams participating A. Premier League League A 1. Crusaders 2. DHS Rhythm 3. Delta 4. Pinetown 5. Chatsworth United

League B 1. Chatsworth Sporting 2. Berea Rovers 3. Topham 4. African W arrior 5. Uthungulu

B. Challenge League Stream 1 League A 1. Collegians 2. Verulam 3. Quins 4. Umzinto 5. Railways

League B 1. ACC 2. Southern Natal 3. Dawnheights 4. Hillary Malvern 5. UKZN

C. Challenge League Stream 2 League A 1. Simplex RHCSC 2. Newlands E/K 3. iLembe 4. Phoenix 5. Newlands

League B 1. Clares 2. Tongaat 3. Chatsworth 4. Umlazi

D. Women's League League A 1. Simplex RHCSC 2. Chatsworth United 3. Verulam 4. African W arriors 5. MCA X1 2

League B 1. Collegians 2 2. Chatsworth Sporting 3. Hillary Malvern 4. Berea Rovers 5. Phoenix

HOURS OF PLAY Morning Matches First Session **Interval Second Session

09h00 10h20 10h35

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to to to

10h20 10h35 11h55


Afternoon Matches First Session **Interval Second Session

13h30 14h50 15h05

to to to

14h50 15h05 16h25

Evening Matches First Session **Interval Second Session

17h00 18h20 18h35

to to to

18h20 18h35 19h55

** Change of innings. Note: Extension of time lost shall be allowed up to a maximum of 30 minutes. 3

PLAYING CONDITIONS: 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 3.5.

3.6. 3.7. 3.8. 3.9.

3.10. 3.11. 3.12. 4

Each League will comprise of TWO groups. The competition would be played on a league basis. The winners of each group from the Premier and Women's league will proceed to the final to decide the winner of the respective Leagues. In the Challenge League the winners of Stream 1A and 1B will play in the first semi-final and the second semi-final will be played between the winners of Stream 2A and 2B. The winner of Stream 1 will play the winner of Stream 2 to decide the winner of the Challenge competition. In the event of teams finishing on equal points, the right to play in the semi-final and or final will be determined in the following order of priority: 3.5.1. The team with the most number of wins. 3.5.2. If still equal, the team that won against the other team who are equal on points and have the same number of wins. 3.5.3. If still equal, the team with the best run rate throughout the season. Matches shall consist of ONE innings per team of 20 Overs each. A minimum of 5 overs per team shall constitute a match. In the event of a match being delayed or interrupted RUN RATE would be used to determine the winner based on a maximum of 20 overs and a minimum of 5 overs. Each bowler shall be allowed a maximum of four (4) overs. In a delayed or interrupted match where the overs are reduced for both teams or the team batting second - no bowler may bowl more than one-fifth of the total overs allowed. Where the total is not divisible by 5, one additional over shall be allowed to the maximum number per bowler necessary to make up the balance. In the event of a tie – the “One Over Per Side Eliminator” procedure will apply. (Appendix) In the event of a match not being played (washed out or incomplete) the result would be a “no result match”. In the event of the final not being played then the trophy would be shared.

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UNINTERRUPTED MATCHES 5.1. Each team shall bat for 20 overs unless all out in fewer overs. 5.2. If the team fielding first fails to bowl the required number of overs by the scheduled time for cessation of the first session, play shall continue until the required number of overs has been bowled. The interval shall not be extended and the second session shall commence at the scheduled time. The team batting second shall receive its full quota of 20 overs irrespective of the number of overs it bowled in the scheduled tim e for the cessation of the first innings. 5.3. If the team batting first is dismissed in less than 20 overs, the team batting second shall be entitled to bat for 20 overs. 5.4. If the team fielding second fails to bowl 20 overs by the scheduled cessation time, the hours of play shall be extended until the required numbers of overs has been bowled or a result achieved. 5.5. Sanction - No sanction may be imposed in respect of minimum over rates in the event of the batting team being bowled out, or when a result is achieved. 5.6. In the event of the umpires having determined the over rate being below that's required, the umpires shall inform the Union who will impose the penalty. The penalty for slow over rate is R150-00 per over.

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DELAYED or INTERRUPTED MATCHES 6.1. General a. The object shall be to rearrange the number of overs so that both teams have the opportunity of batting for the same number of overs. A minimum of 5 overs have to be bowled to the side batting second to constitute a match. The calculation of the number of overs to be bowled shall be based on an average rate of 15 overs per hour in the total time available to play. (One (1) over for every four (4) minutes) b. If the team fielding second fails to bowl the required number of overs by the scheduled cessation time, the hours of play shall be extended until the overs have been bowled or a result achieved.

c. d. 6.2.

In the event of the umpires having determined the over rate being below that's required, the umpires shall inform the Union who will impose the penalty. The penalty for slow over rate is R150-00 per over. The team batting second shall not bat for a greater number of overs than the first team unless the latter has been all out in less than the agreed number of overs. Fractions are to be ignored in all calculations pertaining to the number of overs bowled - round up to the next whole number.

Delay or Interruption of the Innings to the Team Batting First If the number of overs of the team batting first is reduced, a fixed time will be specified for the completion of the first session, as calculated by applying the provision of Clause 6. 1.

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6.3.

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FIELD MARKINGS 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5

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Delay or Interruption to the Innings of the Team Batting Second If there is a suspension in play during the second innings, the overs shall be reduced at a rate of one (1) overs for every full four (4) minutes of time lost, except where the innings of the team batting first ends prior to the scheduled time for the interval between inning s.

Two (2) semi-circles shall be drawn on the field of play. They have as their centre the middle stump on either end of the pitch. The radius of each of the semi-circles is 30 yards (27.43m) The semi circles shall be linked by two parallel straight lines drawn on the field. These fielding restriction areas should be marked by continuous painted white lines or dots. As a guide for “wide” deliveries 750mm markings on the bowling crease must be shown on either side of the stumps and at both ends.

FIELDING RESTRICTION 8.1. 8.2

8.3.

At any instant of delivery, there may not be more than Five (5) fielders on the leg side. In addition to the above further fielding restrictions shall a pply to certain overs in each innings: a. In the first six (6) overs of each innings only Two (2) fieldsmen shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area at the instance of delivery. b. During the non fielding restriction overs , no more than five (5) fieldsmen shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area. In circumstances when the number of overs of the batting team is reduced, the number of Fielding Restriction Overs shall be reduced in accordance with the Table Below. For the sake of clarity, it should be noted that the table shall apply to both the 1 s t and 2 n d innings of the match.

Fielding Restriction Table for reduced Games Total overs in Innings 5-8 9-11 12-14 15-18 19-20 9.

No. of overs for which fielding restriction will apply 2 3 4 5 6

FIELDER ABSENT OR LEAVING THE FIELD The normal law concerning the above will apply - except that the law will take effect : “ if the player is absent from the field for longer than 8 minutes”.

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9.1. SUBSTITUTES AND RUNNERS Substitutes and Runners  A runner for a batsman when batting is not permitted. The umpires shall have discretion to allow, for other wholly acceptable reasons, a substitute fielder to act for a nominated player at the start of the match, or at any subsequent time. Fielder absent or leaving the field If a fielder fails to take the field with his side at the start of the match or at any later time, or leaves the field during a session of play, the umpire shall be informed of the reason for his absence, and he shall not thereafter come on to the field during a session of play without the consent of the umpire. (See Law 2.6 as modified). The umpire shall give such consent as soon as practicable. If the player is absent from the field for longer than 8 minutes: 9.1.1. the player shall not be permitted to bowl in that innings after his return until he

has been on the field for at least that length of playing time for which he was absent.

9.1.2. the player shall not be permitted to bat unless or until, in the aggregate, he has returned to the field and/or his side’s innings has been in progress for at least that length of playing time for which he has been absent or, if earlier, when his side has lost five wickets. The restriction shall not apply if the player has suffered an external blow (as opposed to an internal injury such as a pulled muscle) whilst participating earlier in the match and consequently been forced to leave the field. Nor shall it apply if the player has been absent for very exceptional and wholly acceptable reasons (other than injury or illness). In the event of a fieldsman already being off the field at the commencement of an interruption in play through ground, weather or light conditions or for other exceptional circumstances, he shall be allowed to count any such stoppage time as playing time, provided that he personally informs the umpires when he is fit enough to take the field had play been in progress. Similarly, if at the commencement of an interruption in play through ground, weather or light conditions or for other exceptional circumstances, a player is on the field but still has some unexpired penalty time remaining from a previous absence, he shall automatically be allowed to count any such stoppage time as playing time. Substitute fielders shall only be permitted in cases of injury, illness or other wholly acceptable reasons. ‘Wholly acceptable reasons’ should be limited to extreme circumstances and should not include what is commonly referred to as a ‘comfort break’.

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10.

FAIR AND UNFAIR PLAY - Dangerous and Unfair Bowling 10.1. The Bowling of Fast Short Pitched Balls (a) A bowler shall be limited to two fast short-pitched delivery per over. (b)

A fast short-pitched ball is defined as a ball which passes or would have passed above the shoulder height of the striker standing upright at the crease.

(c)

The umpire at the bowlers end shall advise the bowler and the batsman on strike when each fast short pitched delivery has been bowled.

(d)

In addition, for the purpose of this regulation a ball that passes above head height of the batsman, that prevents him from being able to hit it with his bat by means of a normal cricket stroke shall be called a wide.

(e)

For the avoidance of doubt any fast short pitched delivery that is called a wide under this playing condition shall also count as the allowable short pitched delivery in that over

(f)

In the event of a bowler bowling more than one fast short- pitched delivery in an over the umpire at the bowlers end shall call and signal no ball on each occasion. A differential signal shall be used to signify a fast short pitched delivery. The umpire shall call and signal "no ball" and then tap the head with the other hand.

(g)

If a bowler delivers a third fast short pitched ball in an over, the umpire, after the call of no ball and when the ball is dead, shall caution the bowler, inform the other umpire, the captain of the fielding side and the batsmen at the wicket of what has occurred. This caution shall apply throughout the innings.

(h)

If there is a second instance of the bowler being no balled in the innings for bowling more than one fast short pitched delivery in an over, the umpire shall advise the bowler that this is his final warning for the innings.

(i)

Should there be any further instance by the same bowler in that I innings, the umpire shall call and signal no ball and when the ball is dead direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith. If necessary, the over shall be completed by another bowler, who shall neither have bowled the previous over, or part thereof, nor be allowed to bowl the next over, or part thereof.

(j)

The bowler thus taken off shall not be allowed to bowl again in that innings.

(k)

The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the batsmen at the wicket and as soon as possible to the captain of the batting side.

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(l)

10.2.

The umpires will report the matter to the Union who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and the bowler concerned. (Refer also to Law 42.1 Fair and Unfair Play – Responsibility of the Captains.)

Bowling of High Full Pitched Balls Law 42.6 (b) shall be replaced by the following: (a)

Any delivery, which passes or would have passed on the full above waist height or shoulder height of the striker standing upright at the crease is deemed unfair, whether or not is it likely to inflict physical injury on the striker.

(b)

In the event of a bowler bowling a high full pitched ball (i.e. a beamer), the umpire at the bowler’s end shall, in the first instance, call and signal no ball. In the event of a bowler bowling a high full pitched ball the umpire at the bowler’s end shall call and signal no ball. If, in the opinion of the umpire, such a delivery is considered likely to inflict physical injury on the batsman, the umpire at the bowler’s end shall, in addition to calling and signaling no ball, when the ball is dead, caution the bowler and issue a first and final warning. The umpire shall inform the other umpire, the captain of the fielding side and the batsmen at the wicket of what has occurred.

(c)

Should there be any further instance (where a high full pitched ball is bowled and is considered likely to inflict physical injury on the batsman) by the same bowler in that innings, the umpire shall, in addition to calling and signaling no ball, when the ball is dead, direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith. If necessary, the over shall be completed by another bowler, who shall neither have bowled the previous over, or part thereof, nor be allowed to bowl the next over, or part thereof.

(d)

The bowler thus taken off shall not be allowed to bowl again in that innings.

(e)

The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the batsman at the wicket and as soon as possible to the captain of the batting side.

(f)

The umpires will report the matter to the Union who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and the bowler concerned. (Refer also to Law 42.1 Fair and Unfair Play – Responsibility of the Captains.)

10.3.

Dangerous and Unfair Bowling – Action by the umpire Law 42.7 shall be replaced by the following:

10.3.1.

The bowling of fast short pitched balls is unfair if in the opinion of the umpire at the bowler’s end he considers that by their 72


repetition and taking into account their length, height and direction, they are likely to inflict physical injury on the striker, irrespective of the protective clothing and equipment he may be wearing. The relative skill of the striker shall also be taken into consideration. 10.3.2.

10.4.

In the event of such unfair bowling, the umpire at the bowler’s end shall adopt the following procedure:

(a)

In the first instance the umpire shall call and signal no ball, caution the bowler and inform the other umpire, the captain of the fielding side and the batsmen of what has occurred.

(b)

If this caution is ineffective, he shall repeat the above procedure and indicate to the bowler that this is a final warning.

(c)

Both the above caution and final warning shall continue to apply even though the bowler may later change ends.

(d)

Should there be any further instance by the same bowler in that innings, the umpire shall call and signal no ball and when the ball is dead direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith. If necessary, the over shall be completed by another bowler, who shall neither have bowled the previous over, or part thereof, nor be allowed to bowl the next over, or part thereof. See Law 22.8. (Bowler Incapacitated or Suspended during an Over).

(e)

The bowler thus taken off shall not be able to bowl again in that innings.

(f)

The umpire will report the occurrence to the other umpire, the batsmen at the wicket and as soon as possible to the captain of the batting side.

(g)

The umpires will report the matter to the Union who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and the bowler concerned. (Refer also to Law 42.1 Fair and Unfair Play – Responsibility of the captains.)

Deliberate bowling of High Full Pitched Balls Law 42.8 shall be replaced with the following: If the umpire considers that a high full pitch, which is deemed unfair was deliberately bowled, then the caution and warning process shall be dispensed with. The umpire at the bowlers end shall:

10.4.1. 10.4.2.

Call and signal no ball. When the ball is dead, direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith. 73


10.4.3.

Not allow the bowler to bowl again in that innings.

10.4.4.

Ensure that the over is completed by another bowler, provided that the bowler does not bowl two overs or part thereof consecutively.

10.4.5.

Report the occurrence to the other umpire, to the captain of the batting side and the Tournament Director who shall take such action as is considered appropriate against the captain and the bowler concerned. (Refer also to Law 42.1 Fair and Unfair Play – Responsibility of the Captains).

10.5.

Bowler attempting to run non-striker before delivery The bowler is permitted before releasing the ball and provided he has not completed his usual delivery swing, to attempt to run out the nonstriker. Whether the attempt is successful or not, the ball shall not count as one of the over. If the bowler fails to attempt to run out the non-striker, the umpire shall call and signal Dead ball as soon as possible.

11.

MODE OF DELIVERY Law 24.1 (b) shall be replaced by the following: The bowler may not deliver the ball underarm. If a bowler bowls a ball underarm the umpire shall call and signal no ball, and the ball is to be re-bowled overarm. 11.1

Free Hit after a foot-fault no ball A no ball called for a foot fault (Law 24.5) shall be a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. If the delivery for the free hit is not a legitimate delivery (any kind of no ball or a wide ball) then the next delivery will become a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. For any free hit, the striker can be dismissed only under the circumstances that apply for a no ball, even if the delivery for the free hit is called wide ball. Field changes are not permitted for free hit deliveries unless there is a change of striker. The umpires will signal a free hit by (after the normal No Ball signal) extending one arm straight upwards and moving it in a circular motion.

11.2. Wide Bowling - Judging a wide 11.2.1. 11.2.2.

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 offside delivery, which in the opinion of the Umpire does not give the batsman a reasonable opportunity to score, shall be called a wide. (Note: W ide Marking) 74


11.2.3. 12.

Any delivery pitched on leg stump and going further down leg shall be called “wide”.

THE BALL 12.1. Only balls supplied by KZNCU are to be used during the competition. 12.2. Each club to carry at least two used balls. This would alleviate time loss when the ball is lost. APPENDIX:

“One Over Eliminator Procedure”

PROCEDURE FOR THE ONE OVER PER SIDE ELIMANATOR The following procedure will apply should the provision for a Super Over per side eliminator be adopted in any match: 1.1.

Subject to weather 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 5 minutes after the conclusion of the match. 1.2. The Super Over will take place on the same pitch allocated for the match (the designated pitch) unless otherwise determined by the umpires in consultation with the ground authority. 1.3. The umpires shall stand at the same end as that in which they finished the match. 1.4. The umpires shall choose which end will be used for bowling and both teams will bowl from the same end. 1.5. Prior to the commencement of the Super Over each team elects three batsmen and one bowler. 1.6. The nominated players are given in writing to the Umpires, both teams required to submit their choice simultaneously. 1.7. Each team’s over is played with the same fielding restrictions as apply for the last over in a normal T20 match. 1.8. The team batting second in the match will bat first in the Super Over. 1.9. The same ball (or a ball of a similar age if the original ball is out of shape or lost) as used at the end of the team’s innings shall be used for the Super Over. 1.10. The loss of two wickets in the over ends the team’s Super Over innings. 1.11. The team that scores the most runs from the Super Over will be declared the winner. 1.12. In the event of the teams having the same score after the Super Over has been completed, the team that hit the most number of boundary sixes combined from its two innings in both the main match and the Super Over shall be the winner. For clarity, a six scored which includes a boundary four overthrow will not count in this total. 1.13 If the number of boundary sixes hit by both teams is equal, the team that hit the most number of boundary fours combined from its two innings in both the main match and Super Over shall be the winner. For clarity, a four scored which includes a boundary four overthrow will not count in the total. 1.14 If the number of boundary fours hit by both teams is also equal, the winner will be decided by the toss of a coin.

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CASTLE WOMEN’S LEAGUE 1.

TEAMS African Warriors Chatsworth United MCA X1 Verulam

2.

Berea Rovers Collegians Phoenix

Chatsworth Sporting Hillary/Malvern Simplex RHCSC

HOURS OF PLAY Morning 1st Session Break 2nd Session

08h30 10h30 10h45

to to to

10h30 10h45 12h45

Afternoon 1st Session Break 2nd Session

13h00 15h00 15h15

to to to

15h00 15h15 17h15

Morning matches must be completed by 12h45 as Senior League games take place from 13h00 onwards. 3

DURATION OF MATCHES Each match shall be completed in one morning/afternoon and shall be limited to 35 overs per side, which must be bowled in 120 minutes (2 hours) = 3.5 min per over. Side batting second must bat for a minimum of 15 overs to constitute a match. (Guide - latest start - 10:30am - change of innings 15 minutes). If a team fails to bowl the overs OR revised overs within the specified time, play shall continue. Extra time will be deducted out of the interval or time extended to complete the innings. A penalty of R150-00 for each over not completed within the stipulated time will be charged.

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Guideline - Reduction of Overs Overs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Time/Minutes 0 - 3.5 4-7 8 - 10.5 11 - 14 15 - 17.5 18 - 21 22 - 24.5 25 - 28 29 - 31.5 32 - 35 36 - 38.5 39 - 42 43 - 45.5 46 - 49 50 - 52.5 53 - 56 57 - 59.5

Time Lost = Overs Time lost Overs Lost Overs per Team 30 9 4 30 divided by 3.5 = 9 overs divided by 2 = 4 Start

Interval

Overs per innings Agreed Reduced to 35 31

Finish

4.

INTERVALS The interval shall fall between innings for all limited over matches. This interval shall not be dispensed with.

5.

DRINKS Drinks shall only be taken on the field at times agreed to prior to the commencement of the match. Players and umpires shall not leave the field during this interval and the interval shall not exceed five (5) minutes.

6.

THE BOWLER No bowler shall bowl more than seven (7) overs in an Innings. 77


In the case of "overs reduced" no bowler may bowl more than one-fifth of over allowed. NOTE. Law 42.6 - Dangerous and Unfair Bowling-The Bowling of Fast Short Pitched Balls. Law 42.6 (a) (ii) shall be replaced by the following. A bowler shall be limited to one (1) fast short pitched delivery per over. A fast short pitched ball is defined as a ball, which passes or would have passed above shoulder height of the batsman standing upright at the crease. In the event of a bowler bowling more than one (1) fast short pitched delivery in an over, either Umpire shall call and signal no ball on each occasion. A different signal shall be used to signify a fast short delivery. The Umpire shall call and signal “no ball� and tap the head with the other hand. If a bowler is no balled a second time in the innings for the same offence, the Umpire shall advise the bowler that this is his final warning as provided for in law 42.7 (b). A third such offence in the same innings shall be removed forthwith and cannot bowl again in that innings. The above is not a substitute for law 42.6(a) (i) which Umpires are able to apply at anytime. 7.

WIDE BALL There shall be no other additional restrictions as regards wide ball other than those in the Laws of Cricket. In addition to the penalty run for bowling a wide ball, any other runs resulting shall be scored as wide runs. NO BALL Law 24.1 shall apply. No-Ball foot fault A free hit will be allowed In addition to the penalty run for bowling a no ball, any other runs resulting shall be scored as runs to the batsman if hit, or as extras, as the case may be. 8.

PLAY SUSPENDED DUE TO WEATHER OR LIGHT If due to weather or light, the starting time of a match is delayed, or suspended, the object shall always be to re-arrange the number of overs so that both teams have the opportunity to bat for an equal number of overs. The 78


calculation of the number of overs to be bowled shall be based on the rate of one (1) over for every 3.5 minutes or part thereof, in the time remaining before the close of play. A minimum of Fifteen (15) overs per team will be necessary for a result to be obtained unless a team is bowled out in fewer than fifteen (15) overs or a team reaches its target in less than fifteen (15) overs. If a side, batting first, is bowled out within the number of overs scheduled or agreed to be faced, its run rate shall be calculated on that number of overs scheduled or agreed to be faced, and not the overs actually faced. NOTE Penalty runs will apply if teams fail to bowl their overs in the time allotted i.e. (10 runs per over). The team batting second shall not bat for a greater number of overs than the team batting first, unless the latter have been bowled out in less than the agreed number of overs. 9.

FITNESS OF GROUND, WEATHER AND LIGHT Law 3.7, 3.8 & 3.9 of the laws of cricket 2000 code 4th Edition –2010 shall apply. If no official Umpires are officiating in the match the fitness of the ground, weather and light shall rest in the hands of the Captains. If no official ground authority is available not later than a half hour prior to the scheduled commencement of the match, the ground shall be considered to have been automatically handed over to the Umpires/Captains as from that time. If an officially appointed Umpire arrives at the ground later than fifteen (15) minutes from the scheduled commencement of the match, the decision regarding the fitness of the ground for play BEFORE commencement of the match shall rest in the hands of the Captains. In order to facilitate play at the earliest possible moment after rain, the Umpires and the Captains shall see that all necessary steps are taken to improve the playing area, other than the pitch. The home team shall use every practicable means to remove water from the covers on the pitch and any other water surrounding the pitch or elsewhere on the playing area.

10.

ABANDONED MATCHES Matches abandoned due to ground, weather or light conditions before a decision has been reached, shall not be regarded as postponed fixtures. In such cases the match would be treated as a draw and points shall be awarded as laid down according to the state of the match and the time it was abandoned.

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In the event of no official Umpire being present, the respective Captains shall decide in this regard. Result sheets shall be forwarded to the Union in the prescribed manner. Matches abandoned for any other reason other than ground, weather and light will be viewed in a serious light. The team causing the abandonment of a match, by leaving the field or failing to resume play after an interruption or an interval shall be deemed to have lost the match. The Manco of the KZNCU will refer the matter to the DC for investigation. 11.

COVERING OF PITCHES It is not a requirement for teams playing in these leagues to have covers.

12.

SCORING SYSTEM In matches where no playing time is lost after the start, the side scoring the greater number of runs shall be the winner. When a match remains unfinished, due to unfavourable conditions, the winner shall be determined by the calculation of net run rate, provided a minimum of fifteen (15) overs has been completed by each side. If sides score the same number of runs per over overall, then the result shall be determined by the higher number of runs per over in the first fifteen (15) overs. It shall be the responsibility of both Captains that the score is recorded after fifteen (15) overs. Note 1 a. The calculation of the result when a match remains unfinished due to unfavourable conditions shall be based upon the following formula: Total runs Total overs faced = runs per over. b. The winner shall be the side with the highest runs per over taken correct to two (2) decimal points. c. In the event of the side batting first having been all out, the total overs faced shall be the maximum possible ie.35. Note 2 SCORING OF POINTS a. Win: b. Tie/Washout

4 points 2 points each

Note 3 Where a team scratches or is deemed to have scratched a league fixture, its opponents shall be awarded the same number of points, as that gained by the

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team recording the highest number of points in matches, played in the same league/division on that day/s. 13.

WITHDRAWAL OF A TEAM/S Where a Club withdraws a team/s after the affiliation date, the Club will be penalised by the imposition of a fine of R1000-00 per team/s.

14.

THE BALL A new 142g 4 piece ball as supplied by the union must be used. Each club is to carry at least two used balls. This would alleviate time loss when ball is lost

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KZNCU FIXTURES 2012/2013 CASTLE PREMIER LEAGUE - 50 OVER COMPETITION Round One 30 Sep (Sun) Delta DHS Rhythm Chatsworth Sporting Crusaders Chatsworth United

vs vs vs vs vs

Berea Rovers Pinetown African Warriors Uthungulu Topham

Tills DHSOB Kingsmead Oval Crusaders 1 Chatsworth Oval

7 Oct (Sun) Crusaders Berea Rovers Delta African Warriors Chatsworth United

vs vs vs vs vs

Chatsworth Sporting DHS Rhythm Topham Pinetown Uthungulu

Crusaders 1 Berea Rovers Tills Kingsmead Oval DHSOB

14 Oct (Sun) Crusaders Chatsworth Sporting Delta Pinetown African Warriors

vs vs vs vs vs

DHS Rhythm Topham Uthungulu Berea Rovers Chatsworth United

Crusaders 1 Chats Oval Tills Lahee Park Kingsmead Oval

21 Oct (Sun) Crusaders DHS Rhythm Uthungulu Delta African Warriors

vs vs vs vs vs

Pinetown Chatsworth United Topham Chatsworth Sporting Berea Rovers

Crusaders 1 DHSOB Addison Park Tills Kingsmead Oval

28 Oct (Sun) Crusaders DHS Rhythm Chatsworth United Topham Pinetown

vs vs vs vs vs

Berea Rovers Chatsworth Sporting Delta African Warriors Uthungulu

Crusaders 1 DHSOB Tills Kingsmead Oval Lahee Park 1

4 Nov (Sun) Topham Chatsworth Sporting DHS Rhythm African Warriors Pinetown

vs vs vs vs vs

Crusaders Berea Rovers Delta Uthungulu Chatsworth United

Chats Oval Tills DHSOB Kingsmead Oval Lahee Park

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11 Nov (Sun) Chatsworth United DHS Rhythm Pinetown Delta Berea Rovers

vs vs vs vs vs

Crusaders Topham Chatsworth Sporting African Warriors Uthungulu

Chats Oval DHSOB Lahee Park Tills Berea Rovers

18 Nov (Sun) Topham Uthungulu Pinetown African Warriors Chatsworth Sporting

vs vs vs vs vs

Berea Rovers DHS Rhythm Delta Crusaders Chatsworth United

Tills Addison Park Lahee Park Crusaders 1 Chats Oval

25 Nov (Sun) Uthungulu African Warriors Crusaders Topham Chatsworth United

vs vs vs vs vs

Chatsworth Sporting DHS Rhythm Delta Pinetown Berea Rovers

Addison Park Kingsmead Oval Crusaders 1 Lahee Park Berea Rovers

2 Dec (Sun) Berea Rovers Pinetown African Warriors Uthungulu Topham

vs vs vs vs vs

Delta DHS Rhythm Chatsworth Sporting Crusaders Chatsworth United

Berea Rovers Lahee Park Kingsmead Oval Addison Park Chats Oval

9 Dec (Sun) Uthungulu

vs African Warriors

Addison Park

13 Jan (Sun) Crusaders Topham Chatsworth Sporting African Warriors Uthungulu

vs vs vs vs vs

Chatsworth United DHS Rhythm Pinetown Delta Berea Rovers

Crusaders 1 DHSOB Lahee Park Tills Addison Park

20 Jan (Sun) Berea Rovers Chatsworth Sporting Delta African Warriors Uthungulu

vs vs vs vs vs

Crusaders DHS Rhythm Chatsworth United Topham Pinetown

Berea Rovers Chats Oval Tills Kingsmead Oval Addison Park

Round Two

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27 Jan (Sun) Pinetown Chatsworth United Topham Chatsworth Sporting Berea Rovers

vs vs vs vs vs

Crusaders DHS Rhythm Uthungulu Delta African Warriors

Lahee Park DHSOB Kingsmead Oval Tills Berea Rovers

3 Feb (Sun) Chatsworth Sporting DHS Rhythm Delta Pinetown Berea Rovers

vs vs vs vs vs

Uthungulu African Warriors Crusaders Topham Chatsworth United

Chats Oval DHSOB Tills Lahee Park Berea Rovers

10 Feb (Sun) DHS Rhythm Topham Uthungulu Berea Rovers Chatsworth United

vs vs vs vs vs

Crusaders Chatsworth Sporting Delta Pinetown African Warriors

DHSOB Chats Oval Addison Park Berea Rovers Kingsmead Oval

17 Feb (Sun) Chatsworth Sporting DHS Rhythm Topham Pinetown Uthungulu

vs vs vs vs vs

Crusaders Berea Rovers Delta African Warriors Chatsworth United

Tills DHSOB Chats Oval Lahee Park Addison Park

24 Feb (Sun) Crusaders Berea Rovers Delta Chatsworth United

vs vs vs vs

Topham Chatsworth Sporting DHS Rhythm Pinetown

Crusaders 1 Berea Rovers Tills Lahee Park

3 Mar (Sun) Berea Rovers Delta Crusaders Chatsworth United DHS Rhythm

vs vs vs vs vs

Topham Pinetown African Warriors Chatsworth Sporting Uthungulu

Berea Rovers Tills Crusaders 1 Chats Oval DHSOB

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CASTLE PREMIER 20/20 CUP Two groups of five teams. The winner of each group would play the final. League A 1. Crusaders 2. DHS Rhythm 3. Delta 4. Pinetown 5. Chatsworth United

League B 1. Chatsworth Sporting 2. Berea Rovers 3. Topham 4. African Warrior 5. Uthungulu

League A 10 Mar (Sun) AM Crusaders Pinetown Chatsworth United

vs DHS Rhythm vs Delta Bye

Crusaders 1 Lahee Park 1

10 Mar (Sun) PM DHS Rhythm Chatsworth United Delta

vs Pinetown vs Crusaders Bye

DHSOB Chats Oval

17 Mar (Sun) AM Pinetown DHS Rhythm Crusaders

vs Chatsworth United vs Delta Bye

Lahee Park 1 DHSOB

17 Mar (Sun) PM Delta Crusaders DHS Rhythm

vs Chatsworth United vs Pinetown Bye

Tills Crusaders 1

24 Mar (Sun) AM Delta Chatsworth United Pinetown

vs Crusaders vs DHS Rhythm Bye

Tills Chats Oval

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League B 9 Mar (Sat) PM Uthungulu

vs Chatsworth Sporting

Addison Park

10 Mar (Sun) AM Chatsworth Sporting African Warrior Uthungulu

vs Berea Rovers vs Topham Bye

Chats Oval Tills

10 Mar (Sun) PM Berea Rovers Topham

vs African Warrior Bye

Berea Rovers

17 Mar (Sun) AM African Warrior Berea Rovers Chatsworth Sporting

vs Uthungulu vs Topham Bye

Crusaders Berea Rovers

17 Mar(Sun) PM Topham Chatsworth Sporting Berea Rovers

vs Uthungulu vs African Warrior Bye

DHSOB Kingsmead Oval

24 Mar (Sun) AM Uthungulu African Warrior

vs Berea Rovers Bye

Addison Park

24 Mar (Sun) PM Topham

vs Chatsworth Sporting

Chats Oval

Final - date to be conformed subject to Dolphins Fixtures Winner League A vs Winner League B TBC

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CASTLE CHALLENGE LEAGUE - 50 OVER COMPETITION Challenge League Stream 1 Round One 30 Sep (Sun) Quins ACC Verulam UKZN Umzinto

vs vs vs vs vs

Collegians Southern Natal Dawnheights Hillary Malvern Railways

Harlequins 1 Toti Oval Verulam Hammond Field Umzinto

7 Oct (Sun) Collegians Southern Natal Quins Hillary Malvern Railways

vs vs vs vs vs

ACC Verulam Dawnheights Umzinto UKZN

Collegians Port Shepstone C Club Harlequins 1 Malvern Park George Campbell

14 Oct (Sun) Southern Natal Verulam Railways Quins Umzinto

vs vs vs vs vs

Collegians ACC Dawnheights Hillary Malvern UKZN

Port Shepstone C Club Verulam George Campbell Harlequins 1 Umzinto

21 Oct (Sun) Railways Verulam Umzinto Dawnheights Southern Natal

vs vs vs vs vs

Collegians Quins ACC Hillary Malvern UKZN

George Campbell Verulam Umzinto Stanger Country Club Port Shepstone C Club

28 Oct (Sun) Quins UKZN Umzinto Hillary Malvern ACC

vs vs vs vs vs

Southern Natal Verulam Dawnheights Collegians Railways

Harlequins 1 Hammond Field Umzinto Malvern Park Toti Oval

4 Nov (Sun) UKZN Hillary Malvern Collegians Quins Railways

vs vs vs vs vs

ACC Verulam Dawnheights Umzinto Southern Natal

Hammond Field Malvern Park Collegians Harlequins 1 George Campbell

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11 Nov (Sun) Collegians ACC Dawnheights Southern Natal Hillary Malvern

vs vs vs vs vs

Verulam Quins UKZN Umzinto Railways

Collegians Toti Oval Stanger Country Club Port Shepstone C Club Malvern Park

18 Nov (Sun) Collegians Verulam UKZN Dawnheights Southern Natal

vs vs vs vs vs

Umzinto Railways Quins ACC Hillary Malvern

Collegians Verulam Hammond Field Stanger Country Club Port Shepstone C Club

25 Nov Sun) Dawnheights Verulam ACC Collegians Railways

vs vs vs vs vs

Southern Natal Umzinto Hillary Malvern UKZN Quins

Stanger Country Club Verulam ACC Collegians George Campbell

2 Dec (Sun) Southern Natal Umzinto Hillary Malvern Quins

vs vs vs vs

Dawnheights Verulam ACC Railways

Port Shepstone C Club Umzinto Malvern Park Harlequins 1

9 Dec (Sun) Dawnheights Southern Natal Railways

vs Verulam vs ACC vs Umzinto

Stanger Country Club Port Shepstone C Club George Campbell

13 Jan (Sun) UKZN

vs Collegians

Hammond Field

20 Jan (Sun) Verulam Quins UKZN Umzinto Railways

vs vs vs vs vs

Verulam Harlequins 1 Hammond Field Umzinto George Campbell

Round Two

Collegians ACC Dawnheights Southern Natal Hillary Malvern

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27 Jan (Sun) Collegians ACC Dawnheights Hillary Malvern UKZN

vs vs vs vs vs

Southern Natal Verulam Railways Quins Umzinto

Collegians Toti Oval Stanger Country Club Malvern Park Hammond Field

3 Feb (Sun) ACC Verulam Dawnheights Umzinto Southern Natal

vs vs vs vs vs

UKZN Hillary Malvern Collegians Quins Railways

Toti Oval Verulam Stanger Country Club Umzinto Port Shepstone C Club

10 Feb (Sun) Collegians Quins ACC Hillary Malvern UKZN

vs vs vs vs vs

Railways Verulam Umzinto Dawnheights Southern Natal

Collegians Harlequins 1 Toti Oval Malvern Park Hammond Field

17 Feb (Sun) Southern Natal Verulam Dawnheights Collegians Railways

vs vs vs vs vs

Quins UKZN Umzinto Hillary Malvern ACC

Port Shepstone C Club Verulam Stanger Country Club Collegians George Campbell

24 Feb (Sun) Collegians Hillary Malvern

vs Quins vs UKZN

Collegians Malvern Park

3 Mar (Sun) ACC Verulam Dawnheights Umzinto Railways

vs vs vs vs vs

Collegians Southern Natal Quins Hillary Malvern UKZN

Toti Oval Verulam Stanger Country Club Umzinto George Campbell

10 Mar (Sun) Umzinto Railways Quins ACC Hillary Malvern

vs vs vs vs vs

Collegians Verulam UKZN Dawnheights Southern Natal

Umzinto George Campbell Harlequins 1 Toti Oval Malvern Park

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CASTLE CHALLENGE 20/20 CUP Challenge 20/20 Stream 1 Two groups of Five teams. The winner of League A to play the winner of League B in the semi final. The winner of the semi final to play in the Final against the winner of the Challenge 20/20 Stream 2 winner. League A 1. Collegians 2. Verulam 3. Quins 4. Umzinto 5. Railways

League B 1. ACC 2. Southern Natal 3. Dawnheights 4. Hillary Malvern 5. UKZN

League A 2 Mar (Sat) PM Verulam Quins Railways

vs Collegians vs Umzinto Bye

Verulam Harlequins 1

9 Mar (Sat) PM Umzinto Railways Quins

vs Verulam vs Collegians Bye

Umzinto George Campbell

16 Mar (Sat) PM Umzinto Verulam Collegians

vs Railways vs Quins Bye

Umzinto Verulam

17 Mar (Sun) AM Quins Collegians Verulam

vs Railways vs Umzinto Bye

Harlequins 1 Collegians

17 Mar (Sun) PM Collegians Railways Umzinto

vs Quins vs Verulam Bye

Collegians George Campbell

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League B 2 Mar (Sat) PM Southern Natal Hillary Malvern Dawnheights

vs ACC vs UKZN Bye

Port Shepstone C Club Malvern Park

9 Mar (Sat) PM Southern Natal ACC UKZN

vs Dawnheights vs Hillary Malvern Bye

Port Shepstone C Club Toti Oval

16 Mar (Sat) PM Dawnheights Hillary Malvern ACC

vs UKZN vs Southern Natal Bye

Stanger Country Club Malvern Park

17 Mar (Sun) AM Dawnheights UKZN Southern Natal

vs Hillary Malvern vs ACC Bye

Stanger Country Club Hammond Field

17 Mar (Sun) PM ACC UKZN Hillary Malvern

vs Dawnheights vs Southern Natal Bye

Toti Oval Hammond Field

24 Mar (Sun) AM - Semi-final Winner League A (S1) vs Winner League B (S1) TBC Final - date to be conformed subject to Dolphins Fixtures Winner League A/B (S1) vs Winner League A/B (S2)

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TBC


Challenge League Stream 2 Round One 30 Sep (Sun) Simplex RHCSC Tongaat iLembe Umlazi Newlands

vs Clares vs Newlands E/K vs Chatsworth vs Phoenix Bye

Siripat 1 Outspan Stanger Country Club Com Tech

7 Oct (Sun) iLembe Clares Chatsworth Phoenix Umlazi

vs Simplex RHCSC vs Tongaat vs Newlands E/K vs Newlands Bye

Stander Country Club Asherville Penguin Street Rainham

14 Oct (Sun) Tongaat Newlands E/K Newlands iLembe Phoenix

vs Simplex RHCSC vs Clares vs Chatsworth vs Umlazi Bye

Outspan John Dory Newlands Oval Stanger Country Club

21 Oct (Sun) Simplex RHCSC Clares Tongaat Umlazi Chatsworth

vs Newlands E/K vs iLembe vs Phoenix vs Newlands Bye

Siripat 1 Asherville Outspan Com Tech

28 Oct (Sun) Chatsworth Newlands E/K Clares Newlands Simplex RHCSC

vs Tongaat vs Phoenix vs Umlazi vs iLembe Bye

Penguin Street John Dory Asherville Newlands Oval

4 Nov (Sun) iLembe Phoenix Umlazi Clares Newlands E/K

vs Tongaat vs Chatsworth vs Simplex RHCSC vs Newlands Bye

Stanger Country Club Rainham Com Tech Asherville

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11 Nov (Sun) Newlands Newlands E/K Phoenix Chatsworth Tongaat

vs Simplex RHCSC vs iLembe vs Clares vs Umlazi Bye

Newlands Oval John Dory Rainham Penguin Street

18 Nov (Sun) Simples RHCSC Newlands E/K Chatsworth Tongaat iLembe

vs Phoenix vs Newlands vs Clares vs Umlazi Bye

Siripat 1 John Dory Penguin Street Outspan

25 Nov (Sun) Umlazi Simplex RHCSC Phoenix Newlands Clares

vs Newlands E/K vs Chatsworth vs iLembe vs Tongaat Bye

Com Tech Siripat 1 Rainham Newlands Oval

2 Dec (Sun) Simplex RHCSC Tongaat Newlands E/K Newlands Umlazi

vs iLembe vs Clares vs Chatsworth vs Phoenix Bye

Siripat 1 Outspan John Dory Newlands Oval

20 Jan (Sun) Newlands E/K iLembe Phoenix Newlands Chatsworth

vs Simplex RHCSC vs Clares vs Tongaat vs Umlazi Bye

John Dory Stanger Country Club Rainham Newlands Oval

27 Jan (Sun) Simplex RHCSC Clares Chatsworth Umlazi Phoenix

vs Tongaat vs Newlands E/K vs Newlands vs iLembe Bye

Siripat 1 Asherville Penguin Street Com Tech

Round Two

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3 Feb (Sun) Newlands E/K Chatsworth iLembe Tongaat Clares

vs Umlazi vs Simplex RHCSC vs Phoenix vs Newlands Bye

John Dory Penguin Street Stanger Country Club Outspan

10 Feb (Sun) Simplex RHCSC iLembe Clares Umlazi Tongaat

vs Newlands vs Newlands E/K vs Phoenix vs Chatsworth Bye

Siripat 1 Stanger Country Club Asherville Com Tech

17 Feb (Sun) Tongaat Chatsworth Simplex RHCSC Newlands Newlands E/K

vs iLembe vs Phoenix vs Umlazi vs Clares Bye

Outspan Penguin Street Siripat 1 Newlands Oval

24 Feb (Sun) Phoenix Newlands Clares Umlazi iLembe

vs Simplex RHCSC vs Newlands E/K vs Chatsworth vs Tongaat Bye

Rainham Newlands Oval Asherville Com Tech

3 Mar (Sun) Clares Newlands E/K Chatsworth Phoenix Newlands

vs Simplex RHCSC vs Tongaat vs iLembe vs Umlazi Bye

Asherville John Dory Penguin Street Rainham

10 Mar (Sun) Tongaat Phoenix Umlazi iLembe Simplex RHCSC

vs Chatsworth vs Newlands E/K vs Clares vs Newlands Bye

Outspan Rainham Com Tech Stanger Country Club

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CASTLE CHALLENGE 20/20 CUP Challenge 20/20 Stream 2 One groups of Five teams and One group of Four teams. The winner of League A to play the winner of League B in the semi final. The winner of the semi final to play in the Final against the winner of the Challenge 20/20 Stream 1 winner. League A 1. Simplex RHCSC 2. Newlands E/K 3. iLembe 4. Phoenix 5. Newlands

League B 1. Clares 2. Tongaat 3. Chatsworth 4. Umlazi

League A 2 Mar (Sat) PM Newlands E/K iLembe Newlands

vs Simplex RHCSC vs Phoenix Bye

John Dory Stanger Country Club

9 Mar (Sat) PM Phoenix Newlands iLembe

vs Newlands E/K vs Simplex RHCSC Bye

Rainham Newlands Oval

16 Mar (Sat) PM Phoenix Newlands E/K Simplex RHCSC

vs Newlands vs iLembe Bye

Rainham John Dory

17 Mar (Sun) AM Simplex RHCSC Newlands Phoenix

vs iLembe vs Newlands E/K Bye

Siripat 1 Newlands Oval

17 Mar (Sun) PM iLembe Simplex RHCSC Newlands E/K

vs Newlands vs Phoenix Bye

Stanger Country Club Siripat 1

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League B 9 Mar (Sat) PM Clares Chatsworth

vs Tongaat vs Umlazi

Asherville Penguin Street

17 Mar (Sun) AM Umlazi Tongaat

vs Clares vs Chatsworth

Com Tech Outspan

17 Mar (Sun) PM Umlazi Chatsworth

vs Tongaat vs Clares

Com Tech Penguin Street

24 Mar (Sun) AM - Semi-final Winner League A (S1) vs Winner League B (S1) TBC Final - date to be conformed subject to Dolphins Fixtures Winner League A/B (S1) vs Winner League A/B (S2)

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CASTLE WOMEN LEAGUE LEAGUE (35 Overs) 30 Sep (Sun) AM Hillary Malvern MCA XI Berea Rovers Chatsworth United Phoenix

vs vs vs vs vs

Collegians 2 Verulam Simplex RHCHC Chatsworth Sporting African Warriors

Fairfield Park Cato Manor 2 Siripat 2 Chats 217 Cato Manor 3

7 Oct (Sun) AM Chatsworth United African Warriors Simplex RHCSC Chatsworth Sporting

vs vs vs vs

Collegians 2 Berea Rovers Hillary Malvern Verulam

Cato Manor 2 Berea Rovers 2 Siripat 2 Cato Manor 3

14 Oct (Sun) AM Verulam Chatsworth Sporting African Warriors Phoenix

vs vs vs vs

Collegians 2 Berea Rovers Chatsworth United Simplex RHCSC

Cato Manor 3 Danville 2 Cato Manor 2 Siripat 2

21 Oct (Sun) AM Simplex RHCSC Chatsworth United Chatsworth Sporting African Warriors Phoenix

vs vs vs vs vs

Verulam MCA XI Hillary Malvern Collegians 2 Berea Rovers

Siripat 2 Cato Manor 2 Fairfield Park Cato Manor 3 Cato Manor 4

21 Oct (Sun) PM MCA XI

vs

Phoenix

Cato Manor 4

28 Oct (Sun) AM Collegians 2 Hillary Malvern MCA XI African Warriors Chatsworth United

vs vs vs vs vs

Berea Rovers Verulam Simplex RHCHC Chatsworth Sporting Phoenix

Danville 2 Fairfield Park Siripat 2 Cato Manor 2 Cato Manor 3

28 Oct (Sun) PM MCA XI

vs

Hillary Malvern

Fairfield Park

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20 Jan (Sun) AM Hillary Malvern MCA XI Simplex RHCSC Chatsworth United Verulam

vs vs vs vs vs

African Warriors Chatsworth Sporting Collegians 2 Berea Rovers Phoenix

Fairfield Park Cato Manor 2 Siripat 2 Berea Rovers 2 Cato Manor 3

27 Jan (Sun) AM Berea Rovers Hillary Malvern Chatsworth Sporting Verulam Phoenix

vs vs vs vs vs

MCA XI Chatsworth United Simplex RHCSC African Warriors Collegians 2

Berea Rovers 2 Fairfield Park Siripat 2 Danville 2 Cato Manor 2

3 Feb (Sun) AM Collegians 2 Berea Rovers Simplex RHCSC Verulam Phoenix

vs vs vs vs v

MCA XI Hillary Malvern African Warriors Chatsworth United Chatsworth Sporting

Cato Manor 3 Berea Rovers 2 Siripat 2 Cato Manor 2 Cato Manor 4

3 Feb (Sun) PM MCA XI

vs African Warriors

Cato Manor 2

10 Feb (Sun) AM Verulam Chatsworth United Collegians 2 Hillary Malvern

vs vs vs vs

Danville 2 Siripat 2 Cato Manor 3 Fairfield Park

Berea Rovers Simplex RHCSC Chatsworth Sporting Phoenix

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CASTLE Women 20/20 CUP Two groups of five teams. The winner of each group would play the final. League A 1. Simplex RHCSC 2. Chatsworth United 3. Verulam 4. African Warriors 5. MCA X1

League B 1. Collegians 2 2. Chatsworth Sporting 3. Hillary Malvern 4. Berea Rovers 5. Phoenix

League A 24 Feb (Sun) AM Simplex RHCSC MCA X1 African Warriors

vs Verulam vs Chatsworth United Bye

Siripat 2 Cato Manor 3

3 Mar (Sun) AM African Warriors MCA X1 Verulam

vs Chatsworth United vs Simplex RHCSC Bye

Cato Manor 2 Siripat 2

10 Mar (Sun) AM African Warriors Chatsworth United Simplex RHCSC

vs MCA X1 vs Verulam Bye

Cato Manor 2 Cato Manor 3

17 Mar (Sun) AM Verulam Simplex RHCSC Chatsworth United

vs MCA X1 vs African Warriors Bye

Danville 2 Siripat 2

24 Mar (Sun) AM Chatsworth United Verulam MCA X1

vs Simplex RHCSC vs African Warriors Bye

Siripat 2 Danville 2

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League B 24 Feb (Sun) AM Collegians 2 Hillary Malvern Phoenix

vs Chatsworth Sporting vs Berea Rovers Bye

Cato Manor 2 Fairfield Park

3 Mar (Sun) AM Berea Rovers Collegians 2 Hillary Malvern

vs Chatsworth Sporting vs Phoenix Bye

Berea Rovers 2 Cato Manor 3

10 Mar (Sun) AM Phoenix Chatsworth Sporting Collegians 2

vs Berea Rovers vs Hillary Malvern Bye

Berea Rovers 2 Fairfield Park

17 Mar (Sun) AM Hillary Malvern Collegians 2 Chatsworth Sporting

vs Phoenix vs Berea Rovers Bye

Fairfield Park Berea Rovers 2

24 Mar (Sun) AM Hillary Malvern Phoenix

vs Collegians 2 vs Chatsworth Sporting

Fairfield Park Cato Manor 3

Final - date to be conformed subject to Dolphins Fixtures Winner League A vs Winner League B TBC

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