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ICC Laws Men’s Team’s Cricket Playing

ICC Laws Men’s Team's Cricket Playing

The Spirit of Cricket:

Cricket owes much of its appeal and enjoyment to the fact that it must not only be played according to the Laws.
(which are included in these game situations) but also within the spirit of cricket.
Ensuring Fair play is the primary responsibility of the captain, but it is the responsibility of all players, match officials, and,
Especially among Junior cricketers, teachers, coaches, and parents.
Respect is central to the spirit of cricket.
Respect the authority of your captain, teammates, opponents, and umpires.
Play hard and play fair.

Accept the Umpire’s decision:

Create a Positive environment with your behavior, and encourage others to do the same.
Show self-discipline, even when things are against you.
Congratulate the opposition on their successes, and enjoy your team’s successes.
Thank the officials and your opposition at the end of the match, whatever the result.
Cricket is an exciting game that encourages leadership, friendship, and teamwork, bringing people together.
Different nationalities, cultures, and religions, especially when played within the spirit of cricket.
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1.1 Number of Players Laws:

A match is played between two sides, eleven players each, one of whom will be the captain.
1.2 Nomination and substitution of players
1.2.1 Each captain shall nominate in writing 11 players plus a maximum of 6 substitute fielders for an ICC match.
Referee before the toss. In addition to clauses 1.2.7 and 1.2.8, any player (Sports Member
11) Can be changed without prior consent after nomination and before the start of the game.

Against the captain:

1.2.2 Only those persons designated as substitute fielders shall be entitled to act as substitute fielders during the match,
unless the ICC match referee, in exceptional circumstances, allows a later addition.
1.2.3 Any connection other than all persons nominated including those nominated as substitute fielders
Alternates must be eligible to play for that particular team and, through such nomination, nominees must.

Guarantee that they are so qualified:

1.2.4 Further, through its nomination, the nominee shall agree to abide by all applicable
ICC regulations relating to international cricket and in particular clothing and equipment
RULES, CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PLAYERS, AND PLAYER SUPPORT PERSONNEL (hereinafter
ICC Code of Conduct), Anti-Discrimination Code for Players and Player Support Personnel, Op
Doping Code and Anti-Corruption Code.
1.2.5 A player or a player’s support staff who has been suspended from participating in a match, from

For the coin toss and then the rest of the match:

1.2.5.1 be designated as a substitute fielder, or perform any duties or responsibilities, or
1.2.5.2 enter any part of the Field of play (including the area between the field of play and the boundary
and perimeter boards) at any time, including during any scheduled or unscheduled break in play.
1.2.6 A Player who is Disqualified from participating in a match shall be allowed to do so by the toss of a coin.
and then allow the players to enter the dressing Room for the Remainder of the Match.

Players’ Laws Dressing room:

The players’ dressing room (or any part thereof) for a match is not on the field of play as defined.
Clause 1.2.5.2 above (eg, a player is not permitted to enter the ‘dugout’ on the field).
1.2.7 Volatility Conversion
1.2.7.1 If during this period a player sustains a concussion or suspected concussion as a result of a head or neck injury;
During the relevant match, the following changes in the connection may be allowed:

Circumstances:

1.2.7.1.1 The Head or neck injury must have been sustained during the game and on the field of play.
As described in Clause 1.2.5.2 above.
1.2.7.1.2 A concussion or suspected concussion must have been formally assessed by the team.

Medical Laws representative;

1.2.7.1.3 The team’s medical representative or the team manager shall submit a substitute to the crowd.
Apply to the ICC Match Referee on the standard form, which is:
1.2.7.1.3.1 Identify the player who sustained the confusion or suspected confusion.
1.2.7.1.3.2 Describe the event in which the concussion or suspected concussion occurred.

Sustained, Including the time in which it occurred;

1.2.7.1.3.3 Confirms that, after an examination, the team medical representative believes
the athlete is Suspected of being injured as a result of the incident.
As described in Clause 1.2.7.1.3.2 above. And
1.2.7.1.3.4 Identify the requested Concussion Replacement, which shall be identical
Substitute for a player with a sustained or suspected concussion.

Quick and Easy:

1.2.7.2 Crowd change requests must be submitted within 36 hours of the event.
Clause 1.2.7.1.3.2 If a change of connection is permitted.
1.2.7.3 If the alternative
There is a favorite player whose inclusion will not benefit his team more than the rest.

ICC Laws Men’s Team’s Cricket Playing Match:

1.2.7.4 To assess whether a designated connection replacement should be considered the same player,
The ICC match referee should consider the possible role that the concerned player may have played during this period.
The remainder of the match, and the general role to be performed by the nominated concessionaire.

Alternative Laws:

1.2.7.5 If the ICC Match Referee considers the inclusion of a designated concussion substitute, when
Playing his usual role would give his team an unfair advantage, which the ICC match referee could impose.
identify Concussion Replacement and include such terms as it deems appropriate;
line with the overriding objective of facilitating equitable substitution for the concussed player.
1.2.7.6 The ICC match referee may review a request for a change of connection.
Clause 1.2.7.1.3, Requests any Further Information that may Need to be Produced.
A Determination is Required Under Clauses 1.2.7.4 and 1.2.7.5.
1.2.7.7 The Decision of the ICC Match Referee in respect of any request for a change of connection shall be final.
And neither team shall have any right of appeal.
1.2.7.8 After approval of a change of connection by the ICC Match Referee, the substitute player
Will not participate in any more matches.
1.2.7.9 Concussion Both the substitute and the substitute player shall be deemed to have been played.
Matches for record and statistical purposes.
1.2.7.9.1

1.3 Captain ICC Laws Men’s Team’s:

1.3.1 If at any time the captain is unavailable, a deputy shall act for him.
1.3.2 If a captain is not available to nominate players, any person associated with that team may act.
His deputy to do so. See Clause 1.2.3
1.3.3 At any time after the nomination of players, only one nominated player may act as a deputy.
Duties and responsibilities of the captain as defined in the conditions of the game including the toss. See
Clause 13.4 (Toss)
1.4 Responsibility of Captains
Captains are responsible at all times to ensure that the game is played in the spirit of cricket.
In these game situations

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