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COACHING & TRAINING

There are many reasons why people get involved in coaching a community sport. Here are a few:
  • As parents we want to spend time with our child in an active way;
  • As individuals we want to volunteer and get involved in our community;
  • As teachers we have taken on extra-curricular school activities;
  • As athletes we want to pursue our passion in a different direction and give back to our community;
  • As fans we simply love sport and want to give coaching a try.
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BECOME A PRIVILEGED UMPIRE

LIST OF LAWS FOR UMPIRES
SECTION 1 – UMPIRE'S DUTIES
Key Roles of an Umpire:
  • Duties before the match
  • Bowler’s end umpire; striker’s end umpire
  • Both umpires’ interval duties
  • Signals and signaling
  • Positioning of the umpire
SECTION 2 – MAIN COMPONENTS IN CRICKET

LAW # 1 – The Players LAW # 3 – The Umpires LAW # 4 – The Scorers LAW # 7 – The Pitch LAW # 8 – The Wickets LAW # 9 – The Bowling, Popping, and Return creases LAW # 12 – Innings SECTION 3 – IMPORTANT FACTORS AFFECTING PLAY

LAW # 2 i) Substitutes and runners ii) Batsman or Fieldsman leaving the field iii) Batsman retiring iv) Batsman commencing innings LAW # 15 – Start of Play LAW # 16 – Intervals LAW # 17 – Cessation of Play LAW # 22 – The over SECTION 4 – AFFECTING THE SCORE

LAW # 18 – Scoring LAW # 19 – Boundaries LAW # 20 – Lost Ball LAW # 23 – Dead Ball LAW # 27 – Appeals SECTION 5 – PENALTIES AND EXTRAS

LAW # 24 – No Ball LAW # 25 – Wide Ball LAW # 26 – Bye and Leg Bye SECTION 6 – WAYS OF GETTING OUT

LAW # 30 – Bowled LAW # 32 – Caught LAW # 33 – Handled the ball LAW # 34 – Hit the ball twice LAW # 35 – Hit wicket LAW # 36 – Leg Before Wicket LAW # 40 – The Wicket keeper LAW # 41 – The fieldsman SECTION 7 – WAYS OF GETTING OUT – CONTINUED

LAW # 28 – The wicket is down LAW # 29 – Batsman out of his ground LAW # 31 – Timed out LAW # 37 – Obstructing the field LAW # 38 – Run Out LAW # 39 – Stumped LAW # 42 – Unfair Play

WHAT IS CRICKET

Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of 11 players on a roughly circular field, at the centre of which is a rectangular 22-yard long pitch. Each team takes it in turn to bat, in which they attempt to accumulate as many runs as possible, while the other team fields, attempting to prevent the batting team scoring runs. Teams may bat once or twice each depending upon the format of the game. Each turn is known as an innings. The game progresses as one member of the fielding team known as the bowler delivers the ball to the batsman down the length of the pitch. The batsman then attempts to strike the ball with his bat in order so that the ball either reaches the boundary or enables him to run to the other end of the pitch and thus accumulate runs. The batsman may continue batting until he is dismissed. Once ten batsmen from the batting side have been dismissed, the team is said to be all out and the two teams change roles. In professional cricket the length of a game ranges from 20 overs of six bowling deliveries per side to Test cricket played over five days. The Laws of Cricket are maintained by the International Cricket Council (ICC) with additional Standard Playing Conditions for Test matches and One Day Internationals. Cricket was first played in southern England in the 16th century. By the end of the 18th century, it had developed into the national sport of England. The expansion of the British Empire led to cricket being played overseas and by the mid-19th century the first international matches were being held. The ICC, the game's governing body, has 10 full members. The game is most popular in Australasia, England, Pakistan, the Indian subcontinent, the West Indies and Southern Africa
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