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  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Runs: 146*Name: Chris OldfieldTeam: Scarcroft
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Runs: 124Name: Matthew HatherlyTeam: Sicklinghall
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Runs: 123Name: James Van Der MerweTeam: Scarcroft
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Runs: 119*Name: Gareth CloughTeam: Walton Park
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Runs: 112*Name: Ewan HardyTeam: Barwick in Elmet A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Runs: 94Name: James DavisonTeam: Church Fenton
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Runs: 72Name: Jegadesh Balan ThangamaniTeam: Scarcroft A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Runs: 55*Name: Connor WilliamsTeam: Kippax Welfare
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Runs: 54Name: Martin Charlton Team: Church Fenton
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Runs: 54Name: Matthew HallasTeam: Meanwood A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Runs: 54Name: Mahmadsoyeb GheewalaTeam: Kippax Welfare
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Runs: 52Name: Peter AtkinsonTeam: Rufforth A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Runs: 51Name: Peter CausonTeam: Barwick in Elmet A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Runs: 45*Name: James RawlingsTeam: Walton Park
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 3Runs: 44Name: James GoodallTeam: Kippax Welfare A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 3Runs: 44Name: Samuel ThomasTeam: South Milford A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Runs: 44Name: Will OuthartTeam: Rufforth A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Runs: 43Name: Mark WalkerTeam: Long Marston A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Runs: 42Name: Nick DeeTeam: Saxton A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Runs: 41*Name: Colin DevannyTeam: Long Marston A
  • Batting - 40 or More RunsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Runs: 40Name: Johnny SmalesTeam: Walton Park
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Wickets: 7 for 31Name: Damian AstonTeam: Scarcroft
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Wickets: 6 for 11Name: Joseph RaynorTeam: South Milford
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Wickets: 5 for 22Name: Museji BhoolaTeam: Kippax Welfare
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 4Wickets: 5 for 22Name: James TompkinsonTeam: Long Marston A
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 1Wickets: 4 for 38Name: Cameron SandersonTeam: Rufforth
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 3Wickets: 4 for 34Name: Purushottam DeshmukhTeam: Crossgates A
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Wickets: 4 for 12Name: Venkatesh IyerTeam: Headingley Bramhope
  • Bowling - 4 or More WicketsDate: 15/06/2019Div: Division 2Wickets: 4 for 38Name: William VaksTeam: Hillam and Monk Fryston

U10/U11 Development Competition

20/05/2019

Please see guidance notes below regarding the new ECB format, as discussed at the managers this is a trial format/ competition so we'll see how it goes this season and work from there.

U10 / U11 Development League 2019

Guidance notes

Basis

The development league is predominantly set up for junior school age cricketers to have a fun enjoyable experience playing the game. Ideally sides should be made up of players in school year 5 (U10 or below). However in some cases developing players from school year 6 can participate.

Under no circumstances should U11 players (school year 6) whom play in representative, regional or County age group cricket be playing in this league.

Format, set up & rules

The format of the game is a modified version of T20, in this case it is a “T16”.

Standard cricket set up

Two teams of 8

Pitch Length of 17yds

Boundary of 40m

Junior size hardball 4.75oz

Helmets and protective equipment must be worn

Batting

All batters retire at 25 runs. The last scoring shot counts

Batters have two lives

If only one batter remains, a retired player can come back in to partner them

Batters to swap ends following a dismissal. If there is a run out the not out batter should face the next delivery

Batters can be given out in the following ways – bowled, caught, run out, stumped, hit wicket and LBW

Bowling

There are only six deliveries per over. No balls and wides are not re-bowled apart from in the final over (1 run per wide/no ball)

All players must bowl at least two overs (except the wicket keeper in hard ball cricket) and no more than four overs

Bowlers are limited to a short run up, encouraging a fast-paced game with plenty of action and minimal down time

Umpires are asked to encourage bowling with a straight arm

Bowlers are to bowl from the same end for the entire game

Fielding

Rotate the fielders so that everyone gets a feel for the different positions. When using a hard ball, the wicketkeeper should stay in place for the duration of the innings 

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