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4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE Playing Conditions – 3 Royal London One-Day Cup Playing Conditions – Royal London One-Day Cup The Playing Conditions for First Class Cricket as they relate to matches in the 2019 County Championship will apply, with the following exceptions: 2 Law 2 – The umpires 2.1 In all circumstances, use of floodlights does not preclude the application of County Championship Playing Condition 2.5. 2.2 In floodlit matches, the floodlights will be turned on at the interval between innings or at 7.30pm (6.30pm for matches in September), whichever is the earlier. If during a floodlit match, in the opinion of the Umpires, natural light is deteriorating to an unsuitable level, they may authorise the home authority to turn on the floodlights so that the match can continue in acceptable conditions. Once the floodlights have been turned on, they will remain on for the duration of the game. At day matches where the home authority has confirmed prior to the commencement of the match that floodlights are available, if in the opinion of the Umpires, natural light has deteriorated to an unsuitable level, they may authorise the home authority to turn on the floodlights so that the match can continue in acceptable conditions. In the event of floodlight malfunction or if the floodlights cannot be used for safety reasons with resultant loss of time, then Royal London One-Day Cup Playing Condition 12.2.2 shall apply as appropriate. 67 67
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and and G G Trophy Trophy F 20#431BFE F 20#431BFE.qxd 40 Law 40 – Timed out 3 2.3 Clothing and Equipment 40.1 Law 40 will apply except that the incoming batsman In all matches, must players be in position shallguard to take wear or coloured clothingtoand for his partner be Playing Conditions equipment ready approved to receive by the the next ball ECB. within 1 minute 30 seconds 2.3 40 Clothing and Equipment Law of the 40 – Timed fall of outwicket or the retirement of a the previous 3 2.4 batsman. Sight Screens In all 40 matches, The players incomingshall wearthe batsman coloured clothing isincoming expected toand be 40.1 Law will apply except that batsman equipment ready must to in makeapproved his waybytothe theECB. wicket immediately, his partnerand is Sight be position shall to betake guard or for to be Playing Screens black. expected to jog to the wicket. ready to receive the next ball within 1 minute 30 seconds – Royal 2.4 Sight of Screens the fall of the previous wicket or the retirement of a 4 Law 4 – The ball Conditions batsman. The shall Sight Screens incoming batsman is expected to be be black. 4.1 London– One-Day As for to ready County makeChampionship his way to the Playing Conditions except wicket immediately, and is that white to expected Kookaburra balls shall be used. jog to the wicket. 4 Law 4 – The ball Royal London 4.2 4.1 Each As for fielding team shall have County Championship two Conditions Playing new balls except for its innings, that whiteto Kookaburra be used in alternate overs, balls shall i.e. one from each be used. end. Cup One-Day Cup 4.2 Each fielding team shall have two new balls for its 4.3 In a match innings, reduced to be used intoalternate 25 oversovers, or less i.e.per oneside frombefore each the end.first innings commences, each team shall have only one new ball for its innings. 4.3 In a match reduced to 25 overs or less per side before 4.4 County Championship Playing Condition 4.3.3 shall the first innings commences, each team shall have only 6 Law except apply 6 – The thatpitch the fielding Captain is limited to one new ball for its innings. one request per ball. 6.1 Pitch Regulations 6 4.4 Lawregulations The County6Championship – The inpitch the 2019 Pitches Document shall Playing Condition 4.3.3 shall apply as they refer to 1-day pitches. 6.2 6.1 Law 6.5 apply Pitch – Non-turf except pitches that the Regulations – willCaptain fielding not apply. However, is limited to stitched one hybrid request perpitch ball. systems in which synthetic turf The regulations in the 2019 Pitches Document shall 7 Law (polyethylene fibres 7 – The creases or polypropylene, of beige and/or apply as they refer to 1-day pitches. green colour) are inserted vertically into an entire soil 7.1 Additional Crease Markings pitch with established natural turf, shall be permitted. 6.2 Law 6.5 – Non-turf pitches – will not apply. However, 7 Law Fibre The 7 – The stitches following creases should shallbe at a apply mean square in addition stitched hybrid pitch systems in which syntheticspacing turfof to County 18 to 22 mm parallel Championship fibres topolypropylene, Playing (polyethylene the direction Condition 7: of play and over 7.1 Additional CreaseorMarkings of beige and/or the whole green pitch area as defined by Law 6.1. As a guideline to the umpires for theinto colour) are inserted vertically an entire calling soil on of wides The with pitch following shall natural established apply turf, in addition to County the offside the crease markingsshall be permitted. detailed in Royal Championship Fibre stitches Playing should beCondition at a mean 7:square spacing of London One-Day Series playing conditions Appendix C 18 As to shall 22 marked be mm parallel a guideline toat to each the the end umpiresdirection of forthe of play of thepitch. calling and over on wides the the whole pitch offside thearea as defined crease by Law markings 6.1. in Royal detailed 91 68 London One-Day Series playing conditions Appendix C 68 shall be marked at each end of the pitch. 68
6 Law 6 – The pitch 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 6.1 Pitch Regulations The regulations in the 2019 Pitches Document shall apply as they refer to 1-day pitches. 79 Law Law 79 –– The creases and maintenance Preparation 3 7.1 Additional Creasearea of the playing Markings 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C 9.1 The Law following 9.1.3 (Choice shall of in addition and rollers) G Trophy F 20#431BFE Playing Conditions – Royal London apply to County 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE Championship Championship Playing Playing Condition Condition7:9.2 shall be replaced by:a guideline to the umpires for the calling of wides on As the One offside themust light roller crease markings Rollers be available. detailed in Royal heavier than London One-Day Series 254kg are prohibited. playing conditions Appendix C 9 Lawbe9marked shall – Preparation at each end and of themaintenance pitch. 3 9 Law of the9 playing – Preparation area and maintenance 9 10 Law 9 playing – –Preparation and maintenance 3 of the10 Covering area the pitch 3 68 9.1 of Lawthe playing 9.1.3 area (Choice of rollers) Playing 10.1 9.1 Covering Law 9.1.3 (Choice of rollers) Playing 9.1 Law 9.1.3 (Choice Championship PlayingofCondition rollers) 9.2 shall be replaced Playing Championship Playing Condition 10 applies except that Championship by: Playing Condition 9.2 shall be replaced Conditions One-Day Championship Playing in 10.3.1.4, the time Condition for the removal9.2 of shall coversbeshall replaced be at by: Conditions One by: light roller must the Groundsman’s be available. Rollers heavier than discretion. Conditions One light 254kg are roller must be available. Rollers heavier than prohibited. Cup One light roller must be available. Rollers heavier than 254kg are prohibited. – Royal 11 Law 11 254kg – Intervals are prohibited. – Royal 10 Law 10 – Covering the pitch 11.1 – Royal 10 Law 10 – Covering the pitch In uninterrupted matches, there shall be an interval of 45 London 10 10.1 Law 10 If– the Covering minutes. Covering thethepitch innings of team batting first is London 10.1 Covering London completed prior to the scheduled time for the interval, 10.1 Covering Championship Playing Condition 10 applies except that One-Day the interval shallPlaying Championship take place immediately and the innings in 10.3.1.4, the time for Condition 10ofapplies the removal coversexcept shall bethat at One-Day Championship of the team Playing Condition batting 10 applies except that in the10.3.1.4, for the removal of coverscommence the timediscretion. Groundsman’s second will shall be at One-Day in 10.3.1.4, the time correspondingly for providing earlier the removal of this that covers shall does notbe at lead the Groundsman’s discretion. CupCup the Groundsman’s to an discretion. interval occurring more than 60 minutes prior to 11 the Law 11 – Intervals scheduled interval. Cup 11 Law 11 – Intervals 11 IfLaw 11.1 In 11 – Intervals uninterrupted the innings matches, of the there shall team batting first be an interval more is completed of 45 11.1 In thanuninterrupted minutes. If the matches, 60 minutes innings there prior to ofthethe shall be an team scheduled interval batting interval of first 45 a 10 is 11.1 In uninterrupted matches, there shall be an interval of 45 minutes. If prior the innings ofthe theteam team batting firstwill is completed minute break will to the and occur scheduled time for batting the interval, second minutes. If the innings of the team batting first is completed the interval prior commence shall to the take its innings scheduled place andimmediately time for the interval and the willthe interval, innings occur as completed prior to the scheduled time for the interval, the interval of the team scheduled. shall take place immediately batting second will andcommence the innings the interval shall take place immediately and the innings of the team earlier correspondingly batting second providing will does that this commence not lead of the team batting second will commence correspondingly to 11.2 Where an interval the innings earlier occurring providing of the more than side battingthat 60this does minutes first not prior is delayed lead to or correspondingly earlier providing that this does not lead to the an interval scheduled occurring interval. more than 60 minutes interrupted, the length of the interval will be reduced as prior to to an interval occurring more than 60 minutes prior to the scheduled follows: interval. If thethe innings ofinterval. scheduled the team batting first is completed more If the than innings 60 of minutes 11.2.1 If up to 15 minutes theprior team tobatting first istime the playing of actual scheduled completed is lost more interval a 10 (total If the innings of the team batting first is completed more than 60break minute playing minutes time priorany will less lost occur to extra and the the scheduled team batting time provided), interval thena will second 10 the than 60 minutes prior to the scheduled interval a 10 minute breakits commence willinnings occur andandthetheteam batting interval willsecond occur willas 69 minute break will occur and the team batting second will 69 commence its innings and the interval will occur as scheduled. commence its innings and the interval will occur as scheduled. scheduled. 11.2 Where the innings of the side batting first is delayed or
correspondingly earlier providing that this does not 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C andlead G Trophy F 20#431BFE to an to an interval interval occurring occurring more more than than 60 60 minutes minutes prior prior to to the scheduled the scheduled interval. interval. IfIf the the innings innings of of the the team team batting batting first first is is completed completed more more than 60 than 60 minutes minutes prior prior to to the the scheduled scheduled interval interval aa 10 10 minute break minute break will will occur occur and and the the team team batting batting second second will will commence its commence its innings innings and and the the interval interval will will occur occur as as interval will be reduced by the amount of actual playing 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C scheduled. scheduled. time lost. and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 11.2.2 11.2 IfWhere more the Where than 15 minutes innings the of of the actual side playing batting time first is is is lostor delayed 11.2 the innings of side batting first delayed or (total playingthe interrupted, time lost ofless length theany extrawill interval time provided), be reduced reduced as as interrupted, the length of the interval will be then follows: the interval will be reduced to 30 minutes (subject follows: to 11.2.3 below). 11.2.1 11.2.1 IfIf up up toto 1515 minutes minutes of of actual actual playing playing time time is is lost lost (total (total 11.2.3 The interval playing prescribed will time belost interval reduced less timings by any above the amount extra time may be reduced of actual provided), playing then the playing interval willtimebe lost less any reduced by extra time provided), the amount then the of actual playing further time interval by willthe lost. beUmpires reducedtaking by theinto amountaccount the intention of actual playing 69 time lost. 69 of not time having a prolonged interval after a lengthy lost. 11.2.2 If more than 15 minutes of actual playing time is lost 11.2.2 interruption If more thanclose 15 minutesto the of conclusion actual playingof thetimeinnings of is lost 11.2.2 (total If more playing than 15 time lost less minutes any extra of actual timetime playing provided), is lost the (total team batting playing time first. However, lost less anythe interval extra timeshall not be provided), then the (total interval playing time willlost be reduced less anytoextra 30 minutes (subject time provided), less than then ten minutes. the interval will be reduced to 30 minutes (subject to then 11.2.3 below).will be reduced to 30 minutes (subject the interval to 11.2.3 below). to 11.2.3 below). 11.3 11.2.3 The umpires prescribed may interval decidetimings to playabove mayfour a further be reduced overs at 11.2.3 The prescribed interval timings above may be reduced 11.2.3 further the time The byofthe prescribedtheUmpires intervaltaking interval iftimings into requested account above by may eitherthe intention becaptain reduced if, further by the Umpires taking into account the intention of in the furthernotumpires’ having by the Umpiresa prolonged opinion, it would taking interval into bring after about account theaaintention lengthy definite of not having a prolonged interval after a lengthy interruption result of thatclose notinhaving session. to theIf the a prolonged conclusion interval of umpires do the notinnings after abelieve lengthyofa interruption close to the conclusion of the innings of the result teamcanbatting interruption beclose first. achieved However, to the extra the noconclusion time interval shall of the shall be not be allowed. innings of the team batting first. However, the interval shall not be lessteam the than batting ten minutes. first. However, the interval shall not be If less it is thandecided ten minutes.to play such further overs, the whole less than ten minutes. period shall be played out. The full time to bowl such 11.3 The umpires may decide to play a further four overs at 11.3 oversumpires The shall count may decide in respect to playof athe time four further allocated overs to at 11.3 the The timeumpiresof themay interval decide if requested by either to play a further fourcaptain overs at if, bowltime the the ofovers in that innings. the interval if requested by either captain if, in thethe timeumpires’ opinion,if itrequested of the interval would bring about captain by either a definite if, in the umpires’ opinion, it would bring about a definite result in that session. in the umpires’ opinion,If itthe umpires would bringdo not abelieve about definite a result in that session. If the umpires do not believe a 12 Law can result 12that in – Start be achieved session. ofIfnoplay; theextra time shall umpires do not be believe allowed.a result can be achieved no extra time shall be allowed. cessation result can be achieved of playno extra time shall be allowed. If it is decided to play such further overs, the whole If it is decided to play such further overs, the whole 12.1 Hours period of Play shall If it is decided be played to play out. suchThe full time further to bowl overs, the wholesuch period shall be played out. The full time to bowl such overs shall period shall count be played in respect out. The of full the time timetoallocated bowl such to 12.1.1 Normal overs shall hours count of in play for daytime respect of the timematches will be allocated to bowl oversthe shallovers count in that innings.of the time allocated to in respect 11.00am bowl the overs – 6.45pm. in that Noinnings. extra time is allocated to group bowl the overs in that innings. matches. 30 minutes of extra time is allocated to each 12 Law 12semi-final play-off, – Startand ofthe play; final on both scheduled day 12 Lawreserve 12 – Start cessation of play; oftoplay 12 Law 12 – day and Start of play; make up for any time lost. cessation of play 12.1 cessation The Hoursnormal of play hours of play for floodlit scheduled of Play 12.1 Hours ofwill matches Play be 1.00pm to 8.45pm. 12.1 Hours 12.1.1 of Play Normal hours of play for daytime matches will be 12.1.1 Should Normal thehours of play reserve day for required be daytime inmatches play-offs,will semi-be 12.1.1 11.00am – 6.45pm. Normal hours No extra of play time is allocated for daytime matches towill groupbe 11.00am finals – 6.45pm. or –30 Final, No theNo extra hours time is allocated to group matches. 11.00am minutes 6.45pm. extraof ofextra play time time shall betoto isisallocated allocated agreed each group 70 matches. 30 minutes of extra time is allocated to each 70 play-off, semi-final matches. 30 minutesandofthe final extra on both time scheduled is allocated day to each play-off, semi-final and the final on both scheduled day and reserve play-off, day to and semi-final maketheupfinal for on anyboth timescheduled lost. day and reserve day to make up for any time lost. and The reserve normal day to make up scheduled for any hours of time play lost. for floodlit The normal scheduled hours of play for floodlit matches will be 1.00pm to 8.45pm.
cessation cessation of of play play 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 12.1 12.1 Hours Hours of of Play Play 12.1.1 Normal hours of play for daytime matches will be 12.1.1 Normal hours of play for daytime matches will be 11.00am – 6.45pm. No extra time is allocated to group 11.00am – 6.45pm. No extra time is allocated to group matches. 30 minutes of extra time is allocated to each matches. 30 minutes of extra time is allocated to each play-off, semi-final and the final on both scheduled day 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C play-off, semi-final between and theand the two Counties finalapproved byand G Trophy on both scheduled day the Umpires F 20#431BFE and reserve day to make up for any time lost. and ECB. and reserve day to make up for any time lost. 3 The normal scheduled hours of play for floodlit The normal scheduled hours of play for floodlit 12.1.2 matches A scheduled cessation will be 1.00pm time for each innings shall be to 8.45pm. Playing Conditions – Playing matches will be 1.00pm to 8.45pm. fixed prior to its commencement by applying the Should the reserve provisions 12.2 asday be required in play-offs, semi- Should theofreserve appropriate. day be required in play-offs, semi- finals or Final, the hours of play shall be agreed finals or Final, the hours of play shall be agreed 12.1.3 Play maythe between continue after the two Counties scheduled and approvedorbyre-scheduled the Umpires 70 70 closeECB. and of play, subject to conditions of ground, weather 3 and light, until the required number of overs has been 12.1.2 A scheduled cessation time for each innings shall be bowled or a result achieved. See Playing Condition 16 Royal London fixed prior to its commencement by applying the below. provisions of 12.2 as appropriate. Conditions 12.2 Play 12.1.3 Length mayof Inningsafter the scheduled or re-scheduled continue close of play, subject to conditions of ground, weather 12.2.1 In Uninterrupted Matches: One-Day and light, until the required number of overs has been – Royal 184.108.40.206 or bowled Each team achieved. a result shall bat for See50Playing overs unless all out Condition 16 below. earlier. CupLondon One-Day Cup 220.127.116.11 If the team fielding first fails to bowl the required 12.2 Length number of Innings of overs by the scheduled time for the cessationMatches: 12.2.1 In Uninterrupted of the first innings, play shall continue until the required number of overs has been 18.104.22.168 Each team shall bat for 50 overs unless all out bowled, and Playing Condition 12.4 will apply. earlier. 22.214.171.124 If the team batting first is dismissed in less than 126.96.36.199 If the team fielding first fails to bowl the required 50 overs, the team batting second shall be number of overs by the scheduled time for the entitled to bat for 50 overs. cessation of the first innings, play shall continue 188.8.131.52 until If thetheteam bowling required second number of fails overstohas bowl 50 been overs bowled, by and the scheduled time for 12.4 Playing Condition the cessation will apply.of the second innings, the hours of play shall, 184.108.40.206 If the team batting first is dismissed in less than subject to conditions of ground, weather and 50 overs, the team batting second shall be light, be extended until the required number of entitled to bat for 50 overs. overs has been bowled or a result has been 220.127.116.11 achieved If the teamand Playing bowling Condition second fails to12.4 bowlshall 50 apply. overs by the scheduled time for the cessation of the second innings, the hours of play shall, 12.2.2 Delayed or interrupted matches. subject to conditions of ground, weather and 18.104.22.168 light, Any revision of the number be extended until theofrequired overs that may be number of necessary overs has due beento bowled a delayed orstart or one a result or more has been achieved and Playing Condition 12.4 shall 71 71 apply. 12.2.2 Delayed or interrupted matches.
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G 22.214.171.124 If the team bowling second fails to bowl 50 Trophy F 20#431BFE overs by the scheduled time for the cessation of the second innings, the hours of play shall, subject to conditions of ground, weather and light, be extended until the required number of 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE overs has been bowled or a result has been achieved andin Playing interruptions play as Condition a result of12.4 shall adverse apply. ground, weather or light conditions or any 12.2.2 Delayed other reason, matches. or interrupted shall take no account of the potential existence of a reserve day. To 126.96.36.199 Any revision of the number of overs that may be constitute a match, a minimum of 10 overs (20 interruptions necessary dueintoplay as a start a delayed result of adverse or one or more overs in Play-Offs, Semi-Finals and Final) has ground, weather or light conditions or any to be bowled to the side batting second, unless 71 other reason, shall take no account of the a result has been achieved earlier. Where a potential existence of a reserve day. To reserve day exists, if it is not possible to constitute a match, a minimum of 10 overs (20 constitute the match on the first scheduled day overs in Play-Offs, Semi-Finals and Final) has then it shall be continued on the reserve day. to be bowled to the side batting second, unless For the avoidance of doubt any previously a result has been achieved earlier. Where a effected reduction in the length of the innings in reserve day exists, if it is not possible to progress (and any applicable Duckworth Lewis constitute the match on the first scheduled day target) will still apply at the start of the reserve then it shall be continued on the reserve day. day. For the avoidance of doubt any previously 188.8.131.52 effected Delay or reduction interruptions to the in the innings length ofinnings of the the team in batting first. progress (and any applicable Duckworth Lewis target) will still apply at the start of the reserve 184.108.40.206.1 When playing time has been lost (see day. above) the revised number of overs to be bowled to 220.127.116.11 Delay or interruptions in the theinnings matchof the shallteam be based on a rate of 4.2 mins per over batting first. in the total time available for play (that 18.104.22.168.1 When playing time has been lost (see is, time already played added to time above) the revised number of overs to remaining though not including the be bowled in the match shall be time allocated to the interval). based on a rate of 4.2 mins per over Should in calculations the total time regarding available for play (that numbers of overs is, time already result added played in a fraction to timeof an over, the remaining fractionnot though shall be ignored. including the In theallocated time event of to a suspension the interval).occurring in the middle of an over, the number of Should calculations regarding total overs to be bowled in the match numbers of overs result in a fraction of will be calculated as if the over in an over, the fraction shall be ignored. progress at the time of the interruption In the event of a suspension occurring had been completed. The innings of in the middle of an over, the number of the team batting first will continue total overs to be bowled in the match from the point of the interruption. will be calculated as if the over in progress at the time of the interruption 72 72 had been completed. The innings of the team batting first will continue from the point of the interruption.
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C numbers of overs result inand G Trophy a fraction of F 20#431BFE an over, the fraction shall be ignored. In the event of a suspension occurring in the middle of an over, the number of 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C total overs to be bowledand G match in the Trophy F 20#431BFE will be calculated as if the over in progress at the time of the interruption The revision of the number of overs should had been completed. The innings of 3 ensure, whenever possible, that both teams the team batting first will continue have the opportunity to bat for the same from the point of the interruption. Playing Conditions number of overs. (Where this is possible, if the total number of The revision of the overs in theofmatch number overs thereby should 72 calculated ensure, results in whenever an odd that possible, number bothofteams total 3 overs in the have the match, then opportunity one for to bat overthe shall samebe added and the new total divided in half). if the Playing number of overs. (Where this is possible, total number of overs in the match thereby 22.214.171.124.2 The team batting second shall not bat – Royal calculated results in an odd number of total for a greater number of overs than the Conditions overs in the match, then one over shall be first team unless the latter completed added and the new total divided in half). London its innings in less than its allocated 126.96.36.199.2 overs. The team batting second shall not bat – Royal for a greater number of overs than the A fixed time will be specified for the One-Day first team unless the latter completed commencement of the interval, and London its innings in less than its allocated also the close of play for the match, by overs. CupOne-Day Cup applying a rate of 4.2 mins per over in respect of each A fixed time will over already bowled be specified for the and/or scheduledof to commencement thebeinterval, bowledandin each also theinnings. All for close of play relative delays, the match, by interruptions applying in of a rate play, 4.2and minsthe perduration over in of the of respect interval will already each over be taken into bowled account. and/or scheduled to be bowled in each innings. All relative delays, If this calculation produces a close of interruptions in play, and the duration play time that is earlier than the of the interval will be taken into original time for cessation of play on account. the final scheduled day for play, then one If this additional over should calculation produces a close be of allocated play time to thateach team, than is earlier with the interval original and timeclose of play times for cessation being of play on recalculated accordingly. the final scheduled day for play, then one additional over should be If there is more than one interruption allocated to each team, with the to the innings of the side batting first, interval and close of play times being the above calculations should always recalculated accordingly. be based on the original scheduled close If there of play,than is more rather than the one interruption rescheduled to the inningsclose of theresulting fromfirst, side batting the previous the aboveinterruption. calculations should always be based on the original scheduled 73 73 close of play, rather than the rescheduled close resulting from the previous interruption.
allocated to each team, with the 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE interval and close of play times being recalculated accordingly. If there is more than one interruption 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C andfirst, to the innings of the side batting G Trophy F 20#431BFE the above calculations should always be based on the original scheduled 188.8.131.52.3 If the team fielding first fails to bowl the close of play, rather than the revised number of overs by the rescheduled close resulting from the specified time, play shall continue previous interruption. subject to conditions of ground, 184.108.40.206.3 weather If the teamand lightfirst fielding until the fails required to bowl the 73 number revised of overs has number of been oversbowled or by the the inningstime, specified is completed, andcontinue play shall Playing Condition subject to12.4conditions shall apply. of ground, weather and light until the required In all reduced overs matches both number of overs has been bowled or teams will be given one over’s leeway the innings is completed, and Playing in addition to any time that the Umpires Condition 12.4 shall apply. might allow for stoppages. Allowances prior In alltoreduced a stoppage are carried overs matches forward both for the will teams purposes of one be given the application of over’s leeway Playing Condition in addition 12.4that to any time only the– Umpires they do not influence might allow forthe recalculated stoppages. number Allowances of overs prior or the scheduled to a stoppage are carriedclose of forward either for theinnings. purposes of the application of Playing Condition 12.4 only – they do 220.127.116.11 Delay or interruptions to the innings of the team not influence the recalculated number batting second. of overs or the scheduled close of 18.104.22.168.1 either When innings. playing time has been lost (see above) and, as a result, it is not 22.214.171.124 Delay or interruptions to the innings of the team possible for the team batting second to batting second. have the opportunity of receiving its 126.96.36.199.1 allocated, or revised When playing allocation time has of overs been lost (see in the and, above) playing as time available, a result, the it is not number possibleof forovers shallbatting the team be reduced atto second a rate haveofthe 4.2opportunity mins per over of in respect its receiving of the aggregated allocated, lost or revised playingof overs allocation time. However, should time in the playing the innings of the available, team batting number first have of overs shall been completed be reduced at a prior to 4.2 rate of the mins scheduled, or re-scheduled per over in respect of time for the commencement the aggregated lost playing oftime. the interval, However,then any calculation should the inningsrelating to of the the teamrevision of have batting first oversbeen shall not be completed effective prior to theuntil an amount scheduled, of time or re-scheduled equivalent to that time for the by which the second commencement of the innings interval,started early then any has elapsed. calculation relating to 74 the revision of overs shall not be 74 effective until an amount of time equivalent to that by which the second innings started early has elapsed.
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy the aggregated lost playing time. F 20#431BFE However, should the innings of the team batting first have been completed prior to the scheduled, or re-scheduled 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G ofTrophy time for the commencement the F 20#431BFE interval, then any calculation relating to the revision Should of overs shall the calculations resultnotin be a effective fraction of until antheamount an over of time fraction shall be 3 equivalent to that by which the second ignored. In the event of a suspension innings started early has elapsed. Playing Conditions occurring in the middle of an over, the 74 Should the number calculations of total result overs lost willin bea fraction of an calculated as over abovethe fraction and shall be the innings of 3 ignored. the teamIn the event batting of awill second suspension continue Playing– Conditions occurring in theofmiddle from the point of an over, the the interruption. number of total overs lost will be 188.8.131.52.2 A rescheduled time for the close of calculated as above and the innings of Royal London play will be fixed by applying a rate of the team batting second will continue 4.2 minutes per over in respect of from the point of the interruption. each over already bowled and/or re- 184.108.40.206.2 scheduled A rescheduled to be time for inthe theclose of – Royal bowled innings. play (The will be fixed by applying of allarelative rate of One-Day timing and duration 4.2 minutes delays per over ininrespect and interruptions play withof London each over respect to already bowled the second and/or innings will re- be CupOne-Day Cup scheduled taken into to be bowled account in the innings. in specifying this (The time.)timing This and duration of calculation all relative should not delays cause theandmatch interruptions to finishinearlier play than with respect the time to the that second was set forinnings will be the cessation taken of playinto account at the in specifying commencement of this the time.) secondThis calculation should not innings. cause the match to finish earlier than The team batting second shall not bat the time that was set for the cessation for a greater number of overs than the of play at the commencement of the first team unless the latter completed second innings. its innings in less than its allocated The team batting second shall not bat overs. for a greater number of overs than the 220.127.116.11.2 If the team fielding second fails to first team unless the latter completed bowl the revised overs by the its innings in less than its allocated scheduled or re-scheduled close of overs. play, the hours of play shall be 18.104.22.168.2 extended If the teamsubject fieldingtosecond fails of conditions to bowl the ground, revised weather andovers by the light until the scheduled overs have or re-scheduled been bowled or close of a result play, the and achieved, hours of play Playing shall12.4 Condition be extended shall apply.subject to conditions of ground, weather and light until the overs have been bowled or a result 75 75 achieved, and Playing Condition 12.4 shall apply.
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C 22.214.171.124.2 If the team fielding second and fails G toTrophy F 20#431BFE bowl the revised overs by the scheduled or re-scheduled close of play, the hours of play shall be extended subject to conditions of ground, weather and light until the overs have been bowled or a result In all reduced overs matches the achieved, and Playing Condition 12.4 fielding team will be given one over’s shall apply. leeway in addition to any time that the all Umpires In reduced overs might matches allow the for fielding teamAllowances stoppages. will be givenprior one over’s to a 75 leeway in are stoppage addition carriedtoforward any time for that the the Umpires purposes of themight allow for application of stoppages. Allowances Playing Condition prior 12.4 only to do – they a stoppage are carried not influence the forward for the recalculated purposesof of number theor application overs the scheduled of Playing close ofCondition play. 12.4 only – they do not influence the recalculated Note number The Home Authority of overs will provide or the a Match scheduled Manager. The close Match Manager must of play. the Duckworth/Lewis understand method and must check the scorers’ calculations. After Note The hold any HomeupAuthority will Umpires in play, the provide awill Match Manager. notify The the Scorers Match Manager of the number ofmust oversunderstand lost and thethe Duckworth/Lewis Scorers will perform method the and must check the Duckworth/Lewis scorers’ calculations. calculations required. After The any hold up Umpires in play, will both the Umpires satisfy will notify the themselves as Scorers to the of the numberofofall correctness overs lostcalculations such and the Scorers will allowing before perform the Duckworth/Lewis play to take place. calculations required. The Umpires will both satisfy themselves as to the The Match Manager will notify the Captains, Scorers correctness of all such calculations before allowing and all others concerned of such decisions. play to take place. 12.3 IfThe Matchstrong extreme Manager windwill notify thethat is forecast Captains, Scorers would preclude anduse the all others of the concerned of such floodlights for safetydecisions. reasons at the time when the floodlights would be required, prior to the 12.3 Iftoss extreme strongthe for innings wind is forecast Umpires may, that would preclude in consultation with the use ECB of the floodlights Cricket Department,for safety reducereasons at the time the number of when the floodlights would be required, prior to the scheduled overs to be bowled in the match. In making toss such for innings the reduction, the Umpires may, overs shall be in consultation calculated with to allow ECB for theCricket longest Department, reduce possible match thelight in natural number of with the scheduled overs oversevenly divided to be bowled betweenin each the match. team.In For making the such reduction, purpose the overs of determining theshall be calculated duration to of of the length allow the for the longest interval possible between match innings, 11.1inshall natural light with apply with the the overs divided minutes evenly of playing between time each team. lost deemed For the to include the purpose ofindetermining reduction the duration scheduled overs x 4.2. of the length of the interval between innings, 11.1 shall apply with the 76 minutes of playing time lost deemed to include the 76 reduction in scheduled overs x 4.2. 76
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and scheduled overs to be bowled in the match. G Trophy F 20#431BFE In making such reduction, the overs shall be calculated to allow for the longest possible match in natural light with the 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE overs divided evenly between each team. For the purpose of determining the duration of the length of the interval between innings, 11.1 shall apply with the minutes 12.4 Over of playing Rate time lost deemed to include the Penalties reduction in scheduled overs x 4.2. 3 All sides are expected to be in position to bowl the first 12.4 Over ball ofRate Penalties the last of their 50 overs within 3 hours 30 Playing Playing 76 3 minutes playing time. In the event of them failing to do All sides are expected to be in position to bowl the first so, the full quota of overs will be completed, and the ball of the last of their 50 overs within 3 hours 30 Conditions batting side will be credited with 6 runs for every whole minutes playing time. In the event of them failing to do over that has not been bowled. This will apply to both so, the full quota of overs will be completed, and the innings of the match. If the side batting second is Conditions batting side will be credited with 6 runs for every whole credited with runs in this way and this consequently – Royal –London over that has not been bowled. This will apply to both takes their score to or past their victory target then the innings of the match. If the side batting second is match shall be deemed to be won by the side batting credited with runs in this way and this consequently Royal London second. All penalties in this regard will be imposed takes their score to or past their victory target then the immediately the ball first becomes dead after the match shall be deemed to be won by the side batting One-DayOne-Day scheduled or re-scheduled cessation time for the second. All penalties in this regard will be imposed innings. immediately the ball first becomes dead after the scheduled Play must notor continue re-scheduled cessation until the Umpirestime for the and Scorers Cup innings. are satisfied that the score is correctly displayed on the scoreboard. Play must not continue until the Umpires and Scorers Cup are satisfied If the inningsthat the score is is terminated correctly before displayed on the scheduled or the re- scoreboard. scheduled cut off-time, no over rate penalty shall apply. If the innings is interrupted, the over-rate penalty will If the innings is terminated before the scheduled or re- apply based on the re-scheduled cessation time for that scheduled cut off-time, no over rate penalty shall apply. innings. If the innings is interrupted, the over-rate penalty will apply based shall The Umpire on the re-scheduled inform cessation the fielding time forwhen team Captain that innings. taking the field for the first time and on every subsequent occasion if play is interrupted, the The Umpire shall inform the fielding team Captain when scheduled cessation time for that innings. The Umpire at taking the field for the first time and on every the bowler’s end will inform the fielding Captain, the subsequent occasion if play is interrupted, the batsman and his fellow Umpire of any time allowances scheduled cessation time for that innings. The Umpire at as and when they arise. (This matter will not be subject the bowler’s end will inform the fielding Captain, the to retrospective negotiation). In addition, in all reduced batsman and his fellow Umpire of any time allowances overs matches, the fielding team will be given one over’s as and when they arise. (This matter will not be subject leeway. For the avoidance of doubt, one over’s leeway to retrospective negotiation). In addition, in all reduced means that the fielding side must be in position to bowl overs matches, the fielding team will be given one over’s the first ball of the penultimate over by the scheduled or leeway. For the avoidance of doubt, one over’s leeway rescheduled cut off time. means that the fielding side must be in position to bowl the first ball of the penultimate over by the scheduled or 77 77 rescheduled cut off time. 77
batsman and his fellow Umpire of any time allowances 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and GG Trophy Trophy F 20#431BFE 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and F 20#431BFE 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C as and when they arise. (This matter will not be and G Trophy F 20#431BFE subject 4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE to retrospective negotiation). In addition, in all reduced overs matches, the fielding team will be given one over’s leeway. For the avoidance of doubt, one over’s leeway means that the fielding side must be in position to bowl the first ball of the penultimate over by the scheduled or Over-rate penalties Over-rate penalties apply only only to to innings innings of of 15 15 overs overs or or rescheduled cut off apply time. Over-rate more penalties applya only to innings been of 15 overs or more duration duration unless unless a penalty penalty has has been applied applied Over-rate more before penalties duration applya only unless to innings penalty of 15 overs has been or applied before 1515 overs overs have have been been bowled. bowled. 77 more before duration 15 overs unless have beena penalty bowled. has been applied This This is the is 15 only only penalty theovers penalty for for a slow slow over-rate. abowled. over-rate. before have been This is the only penalty for a slow over-rate. (For the (For the purpose purpose of net run-rate of net for run-rate calculations, any runs This is the only penalty a slowcalculations, over-rate. any runs (For the purpose accrued ofapplication net run-rate calculations, any runs accrued through application of this clause shall through of this clause shall be be (For the purpose accrued included through in ofapplication net run-rate calculations). of calculations, this clause any shallruns be included in calculations). accrued in included through application of this clause shall be calculations). included in calculations). 13 13 Law Law 13 13 –– Innings Innings 13 Law 13 – Innings 13.1 Law 13.1 shall be be replaced replaced by by the the following: 13 13.1 Law13.1 Law 13 –shall Innings following: 13.1 Law 13.1 shall be replaced by the following: The The match match will will consist consist of of one one innings innings per side side each 13.1 Law 13.1 shall be replaced by the per each following: The match willlimited innings consist of one inningsof per side each innings being being limited to to aa maximum maximum of 50 50 overs. overs. No No The match innings reserve will being consist limited to of one a for innings maximum of per 50 side overs.each No reserve days are allocated for any group matches. One days are allocated any group matches. One innings days reserve being limited are day is is to atofor allocated allocated maximum any group play-offs, of 50 overs.One matches. semi-finals No and reserve day allocated to play-offs, semi-finals and reserve the days final. areallocated day is allocatedtoforplay-offs, any groupsemi-finals matches. One and the final. reserve the final.day is allocated to play-offs, semi-finals and 13.2 the final. Number 13.2 Number of of Overs Overs per per Bowler Bowler 13.2 Number of Overs per Bowler 13.2.1 13.2.1 No bowler No bowlerof may may bowl more bowl per than than ten moreBowlerten overs, overs, however, however, in in 13.2 Number Overs 13.2.1 No bowler start, a delayed delayed may bowl more thanmatch, or interrupted interrupted ten overs,where however, the overs oversin a start, or match, where the 13.2.1 No are bowler a delayed reduced may start, forbowl orboth more interrupted sides,than ten match, or for overs, where the however, side the overs bowlingin are reduced for both sides, or for the side bowling a delayed are reduced second, no start, for orboth bowler interrupted may sides, bowl match, or more forthan where the sidethe one-fifth overs bowling of the second, no bowler may bowl more than one-fifth of the are reduced second, total for both no bowler maysides, bowl moreor forthan theone-fifth side bowlingof the total overs overs allowed allowed (unless (unless such such a a number number has has been been second, total no overs exceeded beforebowler allowed before the may bowl (unless more such the interruption), athan interruption), except one-fifth number except that that of haswherethe been exceeded where totaltotal the overs exceeded allowed before overs are the (unless not suchby interruption), divisible a except number five, an thathaswhere been additional the total overs are not divisible by five, an additional exceeded the over before total overs arethe notinterruption), divisible by except five, anthat where additional over shall shall be be allowed allowed to to the the minimum minimum number number of of the overtotal bowlers shallovers are to be allowed notmake divisible to up thethe bybalance five, annumber minimum additional of bowlers necessary to make up the balance – e.g. after necessary – e.g. after over bowlers shall 16 overs, overs, beinterrupts necessary rain allowedto make to up play the andtheminimum the inningsnumber balance –ise.g. of after reduced 16 rain interrupts play and the innings is reduced bowlers 16 to overs, necessary rain interruptstoopening make play upand the thebalance innings –isbowled e.g. after reduced to 32 overs. Both opening bowlers have bowled 8 32 overs. Both bowlers have 8 16 overs, to 32 overs. overs. rain interrupts Both opening play and the innings bowlers have isbowled reduced 8 overs. Two Two bowlers bowlers can can bowl bowl 7 7 overs overs and and three three bowlers bowlers to 32 overs. can overs. Two bowl 6. Both can bowlers Bowlers opening 1 bowl and 27bowlers overs have andhave three already bowled bowlers exceeded 8 can bowl 6. Bowlers 1 and 2 have already exceeded overs. can this Two6. bowl limit. bowlers TheyBowlers count can bowl 1as and the27 two overs and three havebowlers two already bowlers exceeded who were this limit. They count as the bowlers who were can bowl this limit. 6. allowed TheyBowlers count1(7 and as the2 two havebowlers already exceeded who were allowed thethe extra extra over over (7 as as opposed opposed to to 6) 6) and and so so any any this limit. allowed other theThey bowlers extra arecount over limitedasto (7 the as 6 two bowlers opposed overs. to 6) andwhosowereany other bowlers are limited to 6 overs. allowed other the extra bowlers are over limited(7 to as 6opposed overs. to 6) and so any 13.2.2 13.2.2 When When an an interruption interruption occurs occurs mid-over mid-over and and on on other bowlers are limited to 6 overs. 13.2.2 resumption When an interruption occurs mid-over the and on resumption the bowler has exceeded the new the bowler has exceeded new 78 13.2.2 resumption When an interruption the bowler occurs mid-over the has exceeded and new on 78 78 resumption the bowler has exceeded the new 78 78
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE maximum allocation, he will be allowed to finish the incomplete over. 3 13.2.3 In the event of a bowler breaking down and being unable Playing Conditions – Royal London One-Day Cup to complete an over, the remaining balls will be bowled 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. 13.2.4 The number of overs bowled by each individual bowler shall be indicated on the scoreboard, from the commencement of an innings. 15 Law 15 – Declaration and forfeiture 15.1 The Captain of the batting side may not declare his innings closed at any time during the course of a match. 16 Law 16 – The result 16.1 Laws 16.1, 16.4 and 16.5.2 shall not apply. 16.2 When there is no interruption after play has commenced and when both sides have had the opportunity of batting for the same agreed number of overs, the team scoring the higher number of runs shall be the winner. In the event of the scores being tied, the following shall apply: 16.2.1 In the event of a tie in a Group Stage match, no account shall be taken of wickets lost, the match is tied and each team shall be awarded one point. 16.2.2 In a play-off, semi-final or final, the team losing the lesser number of wickets shall be the winner. 16.2.3 In a play-off, semi-final or final, if the result cannot be decided by 16.2.2, the winner shall be the team with the higher score after 10 overs, or if still equal after 9 overs, or if still equal after 8 overs etc. 16.3 If, due to suspension of play after the start of the match, the number of overs in the innings of either team has to 79 79
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE be revised to a lesser number than that originally allotted (minimum of 10 overs in a Group match, 20 overs in play-offs, semi-finals and final), then a revised target score should be set for the number of overs which the team batting second will have the opportunity of facing, this revised target being calculated by the Duckworth/Lewis method. A par score will be set for the second innings. If this is exceeded a win for the team batting second shall result. If the par score is equalled then scores are tied (see 16.5, 16.6, 16.7 and 16.8 below). If after the restart of play it is discovered that the wrong Duckworth/Lewis target has been set the faulty target shall stand. 16.4 If a match is abandoned before it has been played to a conclusion and before the team batting second has received its allotted number of overs (providing that it has received not less than 10 overs in a Group match, 20 overs in play-offs, semi-finals and final), the result shall be decided by the Duckworth/Lewis method. 16.5 In the event of the scores being tied in a Group Stage match when the Duckworth/Lewis method has been used, the match is tied and each team will be awarded one point. 16.6 In the event of the scores being tied in a play-off, semi- final or final when the Duckworth/Lewis method has been used, no account shall be taken of wickets lost. The teams shall compete in a Super Over to determine the winner. The following procedure will apply should the provision for a Super Over be adopted in any match. 16.6.1 Subject to weather conditions the Super Over will take place at a time to be determined by the umpires. In normal circumstances it shall commence 10 minutes after the conclusion of the match. 80 80
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 16.6.2 The Super Over will take place on the pitch allocated for the match (the designated pitch) unless otherwise 3 determined by the umpires in consultation with the Playing Conditions – Royal London One-Day Cup ground authority and the umpires. 16.6.3 The umpires shall stand at the same end as that in which they finished the match. 16.6.4 In both innings of the Super Over, the fielding side shall choose from which end to bowl. 16.6.5 Only nominated players for the main match excluding any player that has been replaced, and including any replacement players may participate in the Super Over. Should any player (including the batsmen and bowler) be unable to continue to participate in the Super Over due to injury, illness or other wholly acceptable reason, the relevant Laws and Playing Conditions as they apply in the main match shall also apply in the Super Over. 16.6.6 Any unserved Penalty time at the end of the main match shall be carried forward to the Super Over. 16.6.7 Each team’s over is played with the same fielding restrictions as apply for Powerplay 3 in a normal Royal London One-Day Cup match. 16.6.8 The team batting second in the match will bat first in the Super Over. 16.6.9 The Umpires shall select a ball from the box of spare balls which shall be used for both overs of the Super Over. The ball to be used shall not be a new ball and should have the apparent wear characteristics of a ball that has had between 5 and 20 overs of usage. For the avoidance of doubt, a ball used in the main match shall not be used in the Super Over. If the ball needs to be changed, then playing conditions as stated for the main match shall apply. 16.6.10 The loss of two wickets in the over ends the team’s one over innings. 81 81
4003_FCC_KSL_RoyalLondon_2018_p67-92.qxp_C and G Trophy F 20#431BFE 16.6.11 In the event of the teams having the same score after the Super Over has been completed, a count-back from the final ball of the Super Over shall be conducted. The team with the higher scoring delivery shall be the winner. If a team loses two wickets during its over, then any unbowled deliveries will be counted as dot balls. Note that for this purpose, the runs scored from a delivery is defined as the total team runs scored since the completion of the previous legitimate ball, i.e including any runs resulting from wides, no ball or penalty runs. Example: Runs scored from: Team 1 Team 2 Ball 6 1 1 Ball 5 4 4 Ball 4 2 1 Ball 3 6 2 Ball 2 0 1 Ball 1 2 6 In this example both teams scored an equal number of runs from the 6th and 5th ball of their innings. However team 1 scored 2 runs from its 4th ball while team 2 scored a single so team 1 is the winner. 16.6.12 If still equal, then another Super Over shall be played in accordance with 16.6. 16.7 Should the Super Over not be completed due to County Championship Playing Condition 2.5 being invoked, then the Captains may, if circumstances (outdoors or indoors) permit, agree (in case of disagreement the Umpires shall decide) to the following form of ‘bowl-out’ contest to achieve a result: Five players from each side will bowl over-arm two deliveries each at a wicket (conforming to Law 8) from 82 82
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