CHANGES TO FEE STRUCTURE:
IMPORTANT - FULL/BALANCE PAYMENT DUE BY MARCH 30, 2014
The fees for 2014 season onwards have been revamped as below:
>> Elite = $2100
>> Premier = $2000
>> Division-1 = $2000
>> Division-2 = $1900
>> Division-3 = $1800
>> Division-4 = $1600
One time admin fees for 50-over teams:
>> New club = $500
>> Additional team for existing club = $250
T25 Morning format:
>> Division-1 = $1300
>> Division-2 = $1300
>> Division-3 = $1300
>> Division-4 = $1300
>> Division-5 = $1200
>> Division-6 = $1200
One time admin fees for T25 morning teams:
>> New club = $250
>> Additional team for existing club = $125
Level-3 umpire = $110
Level-2 and below = $100
One umpire in 50-over game:
Level-3 = $70 each team
Level-2 and below = $60 each team
One umpire = $35 each team
More details will be made available during the Presidents/Captains meeting (will be announced shortly).
Test your cricketing General Knowledge
Q: A bowler is visibly angry and threatens the batsman that he will hit him with the ball. The very next ball, the bowler bowls a "beamer" straight at the batsman's head. What is your decision? a) Call no-ball, and give a first and last warning to the bowler. b) Call a no-ball and immediately take the bowler off the attack. c) Take no action, but reprimand the bowler for unfair bowling. d) Warn the batsman not to provoke the bowler.
Q: A long-hop delivery is pulled by the batsman. It hits the fielder at short square leg right on the helmet and balloons up. The keeper runs in and completes the catch. The fielding side appeals. What is your decision? a) Give the batsman out caught. b) Grant 5 penalty runs to the batting side since the ball hit the helmet. c) Call a no-ball and rebowl the ball with no other action. d) Call it a deadball and give the batsman not-out.
Q: How many laws of cricket are there? a) 28 b) 36 c) 42 d) 47
Q: The umpire calls a no-ball, which strikes the batsman on the pads and runs to fine-leg. The batsmen run and the non-striker's end umpire notices the batsman ran a short run. The ball in the meantime cross the boundary. What is the sequence of signals? a) No-ball signal, byes signal, boundary (4) signal. b) No-ball signal, short-run signal, legbyes signal, boundary (4) signal. c) Boundary (4) signal, no-ball signal, legbyes signal. d) Leg-byes signal, no-ball signal, boundary (4) signal, short run signal.
Q: A batsmen have run 7 runs before the fielding side call a "lost ball". How many runs are awarded to the batting side. a) 4 b) 5 c) 6 d) 7
Q: A valid delivery strikes the stumps. The bail visibly lifts off of the stumps, and then settles down in the groove. The fielding side apeals. What is your decision? a) Declare the batsman out. b) Declare the batsman not-out. c) Call a dead-ball. d) Call a no-ball.
Q: The umpire calls a no-ball, the batsman misses the ball and is bowled. The ball rolls away and crosses the boundary line. The fieldng side appeals. What is your decision? a) Call a dead-ball, and no other penalty, batsman is out. b) Signal no-ball, batsman is not-out. c) Signal no-ball, signal byes, boundary (4) signal, batsman is not-out. d) Call a dead-ball, batsman is out, no other penalties.
Q: While trying to hook a short ball, the bat flies out of the batsman's hand. Subsequently, the ball hits the batsman's gloves and is taken by the keeper. The fielding side appeals. What is your verdict? a) Not-out. b) Out. c) Dead-ball. d) 5 penalty runs awarded to the fielding side.
Cricket Club Ontario is recruiting players for 50-overs teams. Interested players please contact 416-659-1430 or visit www.cricketclubontario.com.
Summerset Cricket Club is recruiting players for 50-over teams. Interested players please contact 647-207-2131 or visit www.summersetsportsclub.com.