Revised Regulations for 2023/24

These regulations replace previously published Playing Regulations for 2023/24 (known as Ver 16.0)

Also please note that equivalent CCC Playing Regulations for CCC 40 Over One Day matches are significantly different to this.

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For Saturday One Day 35 Over Matches

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For Saturday One Day 35 Over Matches

33.1 Unless either team is dismissed in less than 15 overs, to make a completed match each team must receive a minimum of 15 overs.
33.2 If the required number of overs to be bowled to each team is completed and either or both teams have not been fully dismissed, the team having scored the greater number of runs will win the match.
33.3 If both innings of a match are completed and the number of runs scored by each team is the same even if the number of wickets is different then the result of the match is a tie.
33.4 In a match where the team batting second has not had the opportunity to bat for the target number of overs and has not been dismissed and has not passed its opponent’s score, the result will be decided on the average run rate throughout each innings.
33.5 For example:
• Team A – scores 120 runs batting first in 30 overs. (Rain stops play)
• Average Run Rate is 120/30 = 4.00
• Team B – batting second scores 110 runs in 25 overs. (Rain stops play)
• Average Run Rate is 110/25 = 4.40
• Team B batting second wins the match.
33.6 For example:
• Team A – scores 155 batting first in 25.5 overs (rain stops play and ends the innings). Average run rate is 155/(25+5/6) = 6.00
• Team B – batting second scores 49 runs in 6 overs. Avg Run Rate is 49/6 = 8.17.
• Match is a draw.
• To win Team B must face at least 15 overs and score more than 6.00 runs per over, or score more than other team’s score.
• Note: When innings ends with a fraction of an over, the correct fraction will be used to calculate average run rate.

For Sunday 50 Over Matches

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For Sunday 50 Over Matches

33.1 Unless either team is dismissed in less than 25 overs, to make a completed match each team must receive a minimum of 25 overs.
33.2 If the required number of overs to be bowled to each team is completed and either or both teams have not been fully dismissed, the team having scored the greater number of runs will win the match.
33.3 If both innings of a match are completed and the number of runs scored by each team is the same even if the number of wickets is different then the result of the match is a tie.
33.4 In a match where the team batting second has not had the opportunity to bat for the target number of overs and has not been dismissed and has not passed its opponent’s score, the result will be decided on the average run rate throughout each innings.
33.5 For example:
• Team A – scores 250 runs batting first (50 overs). Average Run Rate is 250/50 = 5.00
• Team B – batting second scores 130 runs in 25 overs (bad light stops play). Average Run Rate is 130/25 = 5.10
• Team B wins the match.
33.6 For example:
• Team A – scores 180 runs all out batting first (30.2 overs). Average Run Rate is 180/50 = 3.60
• Team B – batting second scores 85 runs not all out in 25 overs (rain stopped play). Average Run Rate is 85/25 = 3.40
• Team A wins the match.

For Super 20 Matches

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For Super 20 Matches

33.1 Unless either team is dismissed in less than 10 overs, to make a completed match each team must receive a minimum of 10 overs.
33.2 If the required number of overs to be bowled to each team is completed and either or both teams have not been fully dismissed, the team having scored the greater number of runs will win the match.
33.3 If both innings of a match are completed and the number of runs scored by each team is the same even if the number of wickets is different then the result of the match is a tie.
33.4 In a match where the team batting second has not had the opportunity to bat for the target number of overs and has not been dismissed and has not passed its opponent’s score, the result will be decided on the average run rate throughout each innings.
33.5 For example:
• Team A – scores 135 batting first (20 overs).
• Average Run rate is 135/20 = 6.75
• Team B – has only 15 overs available as a result of an interruption to play.
• Target score is 6.75 x 15 = 101.25. 101.25 runs rounded up = 102.
• Team B requires 102 runs to win from 15 overs.
33.6 For example:
• Team A – scores 120 batting first (20 overs)
• Average Run Rate is 120/20 = 6.00
• Team B – batting second scores 89 not all out in 6.3 overs (rain stops play).
• Average Run Rate is 89/(6+3/6) = 13.69
• Match is a draw because minimum overs not achieved.
• To win Team B must face at least 10 overs and score more than 6.00 runs per over, or score more than other team’s score.
• Note: When innings ends with a fraction of an over, the correct fraction will be used to calculate average run rate.

For Sunday Over 40's - 40 Over Matches

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For Sunday Over 40’s – 40 Over Matches

33.1 Unless either team is dismissed in less than 20 overs, to make a completed match each team must receive a minimum of 20 overs.
33.2 If the required number of overs to be bowled to each team is completed and either or both teams have not been fully dismissed, the team having scored the greater number of runs will win the match.
33.3 If both innings of a match are completed and the number of runs scored by each team is the same even if the number of wickets is different then the result of the match is a tie.
33.4 In a match where the team batting second has not had the opportunity to bat for the target number of overs and has not been dismissed and has not passed its opponent’s score, the result will be decided on the average run rate throughout each innings.
33.5 For example:
• Team A – scores 200 runs batting first (40 overs). Average Run Rate is 200/40 = 5.00
• Team B – batting second scores 130 runs in (25)x 20 overs (bad light stops play). Average Run Rate is 130/20 = 6.50
• Team B wins the match.
33.6 For example:
• Team A – scores 180 runs all out batting first (30.2 overs). Average Run Rate is 180/40 = 4.50
• Team B – batting second scores 85 runs not all out in 20 overs (rain stops play). Average Run Rate is 85/20 = 4.25
• Team A wins the match.

note: Error corrected in Reg 33.5 maths.