Cups – Division 4
Division 4 Moon & Coxhill Cup 2013
|ROUND 1 30/30||Div 4||PLAY BY 16 JUNE|
|1||KIRKBY IN FURNESS A||v||BOLTON LE SANDS A|
|2||KIRKBY LONSDALE A||v||SHIRESHEAD 3|
|3||KENDAL 3||v||NETHERFIELD 3|
|ROUND 2||PLAY BY 14 JULY|
|9||K In Furness/Bolton le S||v||LEVEN VALLEY|
|10||K Lonsdale/Shireshead||v||SILVERDALE A|
|SEMI FINALS||PLAY BY 18 AUG|
RULES FOR 30/30 CUP COMPETITION DIVISION 4
EXISTING LEAGUE RULES 11 15 & 16 APPLY IN ALL CASES
By entering a cup competition, a club accepts that in the event of winning a competition, that club will send a representative to the League Dinner to receive the relevant trophy.The League reserves the right to refuse entry to future competitions to any club who fails to send such a representative.
For an experimental period covering the 2013 season the division 4 cup competition will be based on a 30/30 format.
The Management Committee will review the operation of the competitions in time for the 2013 A.G.M.
Clubs will be required to provide their own umpires for all rounds upto semi finals, however where possible an umpire listed in the handbook should be used. The League will arrange umpires for all semi finals and finals. Normal League rules will apply to payment of umpires.
The batting side will provide the fielding side with the match ball to use. In the final this should be a Westmorland League new ball which will be provided by the League.
The home team shall offer the visitors two dates for each divisional tie unless a fixed date has been allocated or unless playing under rule 15d.If matches are rained off they are to be rearranged under League rule 15d All Cup matches shall commence at 2.00 pm unless otherwise mutually agreed by both clubs beforehand, in which case any umpires appointed must be notified in good time.
The matches will consist of one innings per side of 30 six bowl overs, and not less than 20 six bowl overs (if overs are to be reduced this must be agreed prior to the start of play) and the side scoring the most runs in the allotted period shall be the winners. No bowler may bowl more than one fifth of agreed overs. In the event of any bowler breaking down and being unable to complete an over, the remaining balls shall be bowled by another bowler and such remaining balls will count as a full over as far as a bowlers limit is concerned.
Any match resulting in tied scores shall be awarded to the side that has lost the least number of wickets. In the event that both sides have lost the same number of wickets, the match shall be replayed on the visiting team’s ground prior to the date of the next round
Existing League Cup rules (rules 11, 15 & 16) will apply regarding qualification of players & interpretation of leg side wides and all other matters not covered above.
No further rules will apply until semi final /finals.
SEMI FINAL AND FINAL RULES
9 At the instant of delivery
a there shall not be more than five fieldsmen on the leg side.
b for the first 10 overs only of each innings (or pro-rata if overs reduced to nearest full over), only two fieldsmen are permitted to be outside an area bounded by two semi-circles centred on each middle stump (each with a radius of 30 yards) and joined by a parallel line on each side of the pitch (the fielding circle). The fielding circle should be marked by painted white dots or a white plastic or rubber disc ( not metal)at five yard intervals.
c for the remaining overs of each innings, only five fieldsmen are permitted to be outside the fielding circle.
10 The penalty for all no balls will be 2 runs. In addition, the delivery following a no ball called for a foot fault (Law 24.5) shall be 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. Field changes are permitted for free hit deliveries. The umpires will signal a free hit (after the normal No Ball signal) by extending one arm straight upwards and moving it in a circular motion.