Standard cricketing rules will be applicable for all the
The Finals will be 15 overs a side and all other matches
will be 10 overs a side.
Maximum number of overs a bowler can bowl will be 3
(except Finals, where one bowler will be permitted to bowl
Each team will get 40 minutes (50 for Finals) to bowl their
10 overs failing which they will be given a penalty of 6
runs for every over bowled after the specified time limit.
The boundaries across the ground will be described/
communicated to the 2 captains by the umpires during the
toss – the captains will convey the information to their
Powerplay of 3 overs for all matches except finals which
will have 4 overs as powerplay.
In case of a TIE, the result of the match will be decided by
a Super Over(standard rules apply)
If the super over is tied, the team that has hit maximum
number of Sixes in the super over will be the winner.
If the numbers of sixes in the super over are the same,
the team that has hit maximum number of Fours in the
super over will be the winner.
If the numbers of fours in the super over are the same,
the team that has lost fewer wickets in the super over will
be the winner.
If the numbers of wickets lost in the super over are same,
the team that has hit the maximum number of sixes in the
main innings will be the winner.
If the numbers of sixes in the main innings are the same,
the team that has hit the maximum number of fours in
the main innings will be the winner.
If the numbers of fours in the main innings are the same,
the team that has lost fewer wickets in the main innings
will be the winner.
IF the tie still persists, the result of the match will be
decided by a TOSS of a coin.
There will be a break of 5 minutes between each innings.
The LBW rule to get a batsman out is not applicable.
Only one bouncer per over will be allowed to be
considered a legitimate delivery
IF a ball hits the "trunks" of trees at the boundaries, it will
be considered to be a six or a four, as applicable (will be
decided by the umpire)
If there is an obstruction in the field by a non-playing
member (specially at the boundaries), the umpire will
decide if the ball would have crossed the boundary, had
the obstruction not taken place and will grant relevant
runs to the team (six/four/ball in play/re-delivery) – such
situations were encountered in the previous editions and
the umpires decision will be final and binding.
ATLEAST one member from the batting team will be on
either side at the boundaries, to keep an eye on the ball if
it crosses the boundary - and will be responsible to bring
the ball into play to reduce the time that could be wasted.
If the ball is lost during the course of the game, another
ball of the same condition (subject to availability) will be
provided - the decision of which lies with the umpires.
In case of any controversies/issues/concerns on the field,
ONLY the 2 captains and the umpires (along with the
organizer, if required) will stand separately and take a
decision – the decision will go against the team whose
players try to get involved/influence the captains/umpires
during such times.
At any time when the game is on, no non-playing member
of the division/other friends will be entertained on the
Wastage of time and the record of things will be taken
care of by the on field umpires (and nobody else).
The Umpire’s decision will be the final decision and
everyone has to abide by it.
In case of any further discrepancy, the decision of the
coordinators would be binding.
**The decision of the referee shall be final and binding.
Any sort of argument or misbehaviour with the referee
will result in the team being disqualified