Structure and Rules (Playing Conditions)


To bring out the optimum level of performance in the ICPL T-30 cricket the order of player and their specialization is highlighted in the teams. There shall be 11 players on each side and an extra player (12th man) to fall back on in case of an emergency. This exquisite adherence to on field activity shall bring out the best in most of the players which in turn will have a final say in the performance and output of the entire team. The 12th man comes into play as a substitute not just for fielding but also to bat bowl and keep. He will be a reserve player who will replace an injured player (if any) and can be swapped at any time in the match The 12th man doesn’t need to be introduced at the beginning of the match and can be picked by the captain or the team management when needed from the pre-selected squad of 15.


This format is proposed for combination of foreign and domestically owned franchises.


This format is proposed for combination of foreign and domestically owned franchises.

 

Overs


Each bowler is allowed to bowl a maximum of 6 overs of the total overs per innings. There will be only one break of 10 minutes during the innings and 20-minute break between the two innings

 

POWER PLAY


Both teams will be allowed 8 overs of Power play consisting of two per inning.The bowling side will be allowed to pick their first 4 overs of Power play within the first 15 overs and the batting side will pick their Power play in next half. The maximum number of fielders allowed outside the 30 yards circle in any Power Play is restricted to three.

 

FIELDERS AND WICKETKEEPERS


A fielder will be given credit for catches, run outs and runs saved. For each catch 10 points will be awarded to the fielder and if that catch in deemed extraordinary points will be doubled. For run outs in which a fielder assists 10 points will be awarded and if that run out is a direct hit double the points will be awarded to the fielder. When the fielder attempts to save runs he will be awarded points equal to the number of runs saved by him on that attempt.

Wicket keeper will be given credit for catches, stumping s and run outs. For each catch 10 points will be awarded and for an extraordinary catch 20 points will be awarded. For a stumping wicket keeper is awarded 10 points and in case he did something special to achieve those points will be doubled. For every run out that the Wicket keeper assists or takes part in he will be awarded 10 points.

 

EXTRAS AND FREE HITS


A Free Hit will be awarded to the batting side regardless of whether it’s a Wide or No-Ball. Any sort of No-ball including the bouncer and over the waist will be penalized with a Free Hit right away. If a bowler bowls more than three including NO-ball and a wide in 1 over he will be shown a yellow card as warning. No runs shall be awarded in No-ball and wide shall and only runs scored on the extra free hit ball shall be credited. If the player is Caught or LBW or Bowled he is not given out on the free hit.

 

CHALLENGES/REVIEWS


All difficult and suspicious decisions can be reviewed by the Umpires, the Captain or the team management after the replays are shown on screens. However only three Challenges or reviews are allowed per each side per innings. Umpires are allowed to review as many times as possible if necessary.

TIES & WINNER DECLARATION

The 30 -Thirty Cricket (Super Over Winning Over)


The T-30 Cricket (Super Over – Winning Over)

If a match ends with the SCORES – TIED and winner to be declared the tie is broken with a one over match played between both sides which is termed as the eliminator winning over match. In the final eliminator or winning over match each team nominates two batsmen and one bowler to play a one over per side mini match referred to as the one.In case of Tie in the Super Over, another fresh toss with a Super Over shall be played till the result is obtained.

 

DEAD BALL


If a bowler creates a dead - ball or hits the wicket or knows of the bails while in the process of bowling then his actions are questionable or disputable. In other words creating a dead ball should not be allowed at all and the bowler is called off the pitch and a new bowler has to be inducted in his place.

 

THE CRICKETING LAWS APPLYING TO 30-THIRTY ARE DIFFERENT


As a rule the 30-Thirty Cricket format will follow a different procedure altogether where in

 

Players code of conduct (poor players behavior)


YELLOW CARD

At the first instance of any verbal or physical exchange resulting in abuse between the players (Fielder/Batsman/Bowler) the player who initiates it will be shown the yellow card.

Bowler bowling a full toss ball above the waist the umpire issues a warning.

RED CARD

In case of repeated error by the players (Fielder/Batman /Bowler) will be eliminated and cannot participate in the game further.

 

The Following Field Restrictions Apply


 

 

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