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SCA By-Laws and Playing Conditions

The SCA By-Laws and Playing Conditions govern the requirements of clubs, players, coaches and officials in the SCA and define the conditions, in addition to the Laws of Cricket, under which matches are played.

 

By clicking the below you will be able to view and download that respective section. Any amendments that occur throughout the season will also be documented further below.

 

OVERARCHING

 

MCC Laws of Cricket

 

Full SCA By-Laws and Playing Conditions Document

 

Rules and By-Laws

 

Code of Behaviour

 


PLAYING CONDITIONS 

 

SCA 1st - 5th Grade Playing Conditions (Limited Overs)

 

SCA 6th - 8th Grade Playing Conditions (Limited Overs)

 

SCA 1st - 8th Grade Twenty20 Playing Conditions

 

SCA Women's Competition Playing Conditions

 

SCA Appendices 

 



 

Any amendments to the By-Laws and Playing Conditions that are not reflected in the PDF versions will be displayed below. Any amendments listed below will also be communicated to clubs separately. 

 

 


25.0 Scoring & Electronic Scoring (MyCricket Live Score App or Total Cricket Scorer)

    1. (1) SCA One-Day and Twenty20 Matches (all SCA Grades and Competitions) (a) The home club/team must score electronically for all matches using the MyCricket Live Score App or Total Cricket Scorer, with the away team to use an approved scorebook.

      1. (b) Any team failing to comply with any part of By Law 25(1): (i) For the team’s first offence - a loss of one (1) match point will be deducted from the team’s overall points, which will be suspended on the condition that there are no repeats throughout the season.

      2. (ii) For the team’s second offence – a loss of two (2) match points will be deducted from the team’s overall points.

      3. (iii) The team’s third offence will be the at the discretion of the SCA COM.

 

17.0    Allocation of Points

             Bonus Point Allocation

The following Bonus Point System will be applied to SCA One-Day grade competition ladders. The bonus points will not be included in SCA Twenty20 or Women’s competitions respectively


  1. Where matches are shortened, and targets revised using the Duckworth Lewis Stern (DLS) calculation under PC 9(3), 26(3) and 43(3), bonus run rates and defensive targets are derived as a function of the revised target score (less one run) and maximum overs.
  2. Teams batting second will receive 1 bonus point for achieving the runs required to win the match before the end of eighty percent (80%) of the maximum allowed overs. Example - In a 50 over match, this would be at the completion of the 40th over. In a 25 over match, this would be at the completion of the 20th over.
  3. Teams batting second will receive 2 bonus points for achieving the runs required to win the match before the end of fifty percent (50%) of the maximum allowed overs.Example - In a 50 over match, this would be at the completion of the 25th over.In a 25 over match, this would be after the 3rd legal delivery in the 13th over.
  4. Teams bowling second will receive 1 bonus point for restricting or bowling teams out for less than eighty percent (80%) of the target score, less one run.
  5. Teams bowling second will receive 2 bonus points for restricting or bowling teams out for less than fifty percent (50%) of the target score, less one run.
  6. The umpire(s) must write the target amount in both scorebooks prior to the commencement of play in the second (2nd) innings of the match. Failure to do so by an appointed Match Umpire may incur a penalty fine.

 

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