• Participants will have to bowl 6 balls (1 over only) as a Bowler AND will have to face 6 balls as a Batsman.
  • Participants will be judged & scored basis predefined parameters set by a Certified Jury of Selectors.
  • The Certified Jury of Selectors will have parameters to check the talent/skill of a participant with only 12 balls of which 6 will be bowled by him as a bowler & 6 will be faced by him as a batsman.
  • Participants failing to achieve the predefined minimum score will not be eligible for consideration to move on to the City Finals Level.
  • All-rounders will have an opportunity to score full marks & will have brighter chances to advance in the tournament.
  • Rejection of a player by the Certified Jury of Selectors shall be final & the participant will not be allowed to question the scoring system during the trials.
  • The scoring system during the trials is of utmost secrecy & the data shall not be made available to any Participant/Parent/Legal Guardian.
  • It is mandatory for all participants to showcase their skills in Batting & Bowling during the City Trials.
  • Post City Trials, only the Top 8 Participants will move on to the City Finals Level.
  • A Certified Jury of Selectors cannot be approached to discuss scores/scoring by either the Participant/Parent/Legal Guardian to maintain the integrity of the tournament.
  • If a Participant/Parent/Legal Guardian is found to/ suspected of influencing the participants score by any form of communication to/with a Certified Jury of Selectors, the participant in question will be disqualified with immediate effect.
  • The organizer reserves the right to disqualify a participant if there is reason to believe that the Participant/Parent/Legal Guardian is jeopardising the integrity of the tournament.
  • In case of injury, the participant can signal the crew which shall be addressed by the medical facilitator of the respective venue.
  • The organisers will not be held responsible for any kind of loss or damage, physical or mental to the participant or any other spectator at the venue.

Batsman Parametres

  • Stance
  • Back Lift
  • Forward Movement
  • Backward Movement
  • Defensive Shot
  • Grip

Bowling Parameters

  • Bowling Action
  • Tactics
  • Line (bowling direction)
  • Length (Yorker, good length, short pitch, full toss etc.)
  • Pace
  • Movement (in swing, out swing, turn, spin etc.)

  • Each Participant will be paired with an Opponent and both individuals will have to Bat & Bowl for 2 overs respectively.
  • The Participant and the respective Opponent will take turns to Bat & Bowl alternatively against each other.
  • 22 yards of pitch will be used for gameplay.
  • Each game will have 10 neutral fielders.
  • Each Participant will be scored basis batting and bowling.
  • Usual rules of Cricket will apply once the over begins.
  • The goal for each Participant as a Batsman is to score maximum runs. As a Bowler, the main aim will be to take the maximum wickets and limit the batsman’s runs to the maximum extent.
  • Participants will be briefed on the scoring pattern before the start of the match.
  • Regular rules of Extras will apply. Runs will be added to the batsman’s score. No Balls & Wides shall not be counted as Balls & the Batsman will be awarded 1 run in that case.
  • The bowler’s action is of vital importance. Ball must be bowled as per the rules of Cricket & not chucked.
  • Each time the batsman gets OUT, it will result in a deduction of 2 runs to the Batsman’s score.
  • Run-out rules will comply as well as caught behind & other OUT rules for the batsman and will be counted as negative 2 runs for the batsman.
  • Leg Before Wicket will be considered as OUT & the Certified Umpire’s decision will be final and will be counted as negative 2 runs for the Batsman.
  • Bowlers will have to keep the time between the deliveries minimal and the umpire’s decision in this case will be final.
  • The Participant with the highest scores in batting and bowling will be deemed the winner and proceed to the next round.