CENTRAL DISTRICTS (ZONE 2) HAWKE CUP COMPETITION 2012 / 2013
Playing Conditions & Match Hosting Responsibilities - Hawke Cup
1. The Laws of Cricket:
Except as specially provided hereafter, the 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket, together with the Playing Conditions as laid down by NZC will apply.
The Zone will consist of the 6 North Island District Associations of Central Districts in a round robin competition.
Round 1 - November 10 / 11
Taranaki v Manawatu in New Plymouth
Wairarapa v Wanganui in Masterton
Hawkes Bay v Horowhenua-Kapiti in Napier
December 01 / 02
Round 2 -
Horowhenua-Kapiti v Manawatu in Levin
Taranaki v Wairarapa in New Plymouth
Hawkes Bay v Wanganui in Napier
- December 15 / 16
Hawkes Bay v Wairarapa in Napier
Horowhenua-Kapiti v Taranaki in Levin
Wanganui v Manawatu in Wanganui Round 4 - January 12 / 13
v Horowhenua-Kapiti in Masterton
Manawatu v Hawkes Bay in Palmerston North
Wanganui v Taranaki in Wanganui Round 5 - January 26 / 27
Horowhenua-Kapiti v Wanganui in Paraparaumu
Manawatu v Wairarapa in Palmerston North
Taranaki v Hawkes Bay in New Plymouth
Zone 2 Challenge - 08, 09, 10 February 2013 (TBC)
4. Match Manager:
The host Association will appoint a Match Manager and advise teams and umpires.The Match Manager will be in attendance at all times but may delegate their responsibilities to a replacement if they need to leave the ground. The teams and umpires must be notified of the replacement at the next interval.
Refer item 21 - Match Report responsibility.
5. Hours of Play and Intervals:
10.30am - 1.00pm 2.30 - 40 overs
1.40pm - 4.00pm 2.20 - 38 overs
4.20pm - 6.30pm 2.10 - 34 overs
112 overs will be bowled in the day. If necessary play will continue past 6.30pm. Should the teams leave the ground for lunch, then at the discretion of the umpires, up to 20 minutes can be added to the lunch break with the remaining sessions adjusted accordingly.
A minimum of 16 overs will be bowled in the last hour of the match.
6. Weather Interference and/or Travel difficulties:
Where owing to weather conditions or travel difficulties it has been decided no play is possible in the pre lunch period, the time set down for the luncheon interval may be brought forward. Also in the event of delay due to weather conditions or travel difficulties the afternoon tea interval may be varied.Time will be made up on that day and/or subsequent days where weather, travel difficulties or any other unavoidable cicumstance intervenes.
6.1 The total hours (including all stoppages but excluding scheduled intervals) do not exceed 14 hours in any match except where necessary to allow a minimum of 16 overs in the last hour of the match.
6.2 Play can be between the hours of 9.30am and 7.30pm provided that no session exceeds 3 hours in duration except where necessary to allow a minimum of 16 overs to be bowled in the last hour of the match.
6.3 Calculation for any lost time - for every 3.75 minutes deduct one over. The major consideration with delays should be to recommence play as soon as possible. Co-operation is required between Captains/Coaches/Umpires.
Discussions on play resumption involves umpire and captains only.
7. Length of Innings:
There is no restriction on the length of an innings. A new ball becomes available after 80 overs. In the event of a change of innings during the days play no overs will be deducted from the minimum overs set down for the days play.
Outright Win ..................................... 10
1st Innings Win .................................. 7
No result/abandoned match ............... 3 each
Outright loss with 1st innings win ........ 7
Outright win with loss on 1st innings ... 8
Tie on first innings .............................. 4
Tie on first innings but outright win ...... 10
Tie on first innings but outright loss ..... 4
Outright tie ........................................ 7
Loss in 1st innings .............................. 1
Win by default ................................... 1 Equal to maximum points in round
9. Zone Results and Winner:
At the conclusion of each game the Host Association is responsible for advising Central Districts of the result and scores. Results to be emailed to email@example.com no later than Monday morning. A copy of scoresheets to be mailed to P.O.Box 309 Napier to be received Friday at latest.
Central Districts will keep a points table and advise associations of the points on Monday afternoon having received the points earlier in the day.
The Zone winner will win the right to the Zone 2 Challenge.
In the event of a tie on points, the winner will be the team with the most outright wins.
If the teams are still tied the team with the best net runs per wicket over the entire series of matches will be the winner. Net run rate is calculated by taking the runs per wicket for and deducting the runs per wicket against.
If for any reason the Zone winner is unable to fulfil the challenge obligations, then the second team will become the challenger.
Umpires appointments will be made by CDCUSA and forwarded to Central Districts for approval and notification to Districts.
The Host Association will provide 4 piece Kookaburra Regulation 156 gram balls for both teams. There will be replacement balls of varying use available if needed.
Host Association will ensure adequate covers are available where possible to cover the block and bowlers run ups. Covers should be in place 3 days prior to the match.
Both teams will assist with covers on match days.
The Host Association will provide sightscreens where possible.
The Host Association will provide a suitable scoreboard.
The Host Association will provide at least one scorer. Any visiting team scorer to be notified to the host association 7 days prior to the match. A copy of the scoresheet will be given to the visitors at the conclusion of the game but at least within 48 hours by mail/fax.
16. Player Eligibility:
As per New Zealand Cricket Playing Conditions.
17. Nomination of Players:
Prior to the toss captains must provide opposing captains and umpires in writing their Batting X1 and Fielding X1. The 12th man may rotate as a fielder with the only restriction being their eligibility to bowl under normal rules. Off field restrictions do not apply to the batting side.
The Host Association to provide a light morning and afternoon tea and lunch for players and umpires and relevant officials.
Lunch shall be of a good nutritious standard suitable for fulfilling the needs of the athletes.
Player drinks will be available at all times during the game.
19. Dressing Rooms:
Host Association to provide clean and tidy dressing rooms for players and umpires.
At the conclusion of the match teams are required to leave the rooms in a tidy condition.
20. Code of Conduct:
All matches are played under the NZC Code of Conduct regulations. Host Association needs to have Commissioner available if required.
21. Match Reports:
The umpires will hand the Captain's Reports on Umpires to the Match Manager prior to the game who will give to the respective Captains.
The Match Manager must ensure the Reports are returned prior to the teams leaving the ground.
The Match Manager must post the Reports to CDCUSA Liaison Officer on Monday following the matches.
In the event of the Reports not being correctly dealt with as stated the Association will receive a $250.00 fine.
22. Travel and Accommodation:
Each association is responsible for organizing its own travel and accommodation. Prior to making accommodation bookings the visiting association should make contact with the host to ascertain whether there are any sponsorship relationships that can be taken into account.
Host associations will also make single room accommodation bookings for umpires where required.
23. Umpire Costs:
Standing Fee - $100 per day per umpire
Accommodation - Single room + breakfast - one night unless more than two hours drive
Meal allowance - $20 per evening meal
Car - at Central Districts travel rates
Air - booked by Central Districts Umpires and Scorers Association if required
Where an umpire travels from the same location as an association chartering a plane, the umpire shall travel on the plane.
Any query regarding Zone Elimination matches will be referred to Central Districts who will rule on or arrange to get a ruling on the point at issue.
HAWKE CUP (ZONE 3) COMPETITION 2012 / 2013 SEASON
The Zone 3 Upper South Island Competition will include the associations of Nelson and Marlborough in the 2012 / 2013 season. This zone has its own rules which will be circulated seperately to the five participant associations.
Zone 3 Programme 2012 / 2013
24 / 25 November 2012 Nelson v West Coast at Nelson
01 / 02 December 2012 Marlborough v Nelson at Blenheim
08 / 09 December 2012 West Coast v Marlborough at Greymouth
15 / 16 December 2012 Buller v West Coast at Westport
05 / 06 January 2013 Cant'y Country v Buller at Rangiora
12 / 13 January 2013 Marlborough v Buller at Blenheim
19 / 20 January 2013 West Coast v Cant'y Country at Greymouth
19 / 20 January 2013 Buller v Nelson at Westport
26 / 27 January 2013 Cant'y Country v Marlborough at Rangiora
02 / 03 February 2013 Nelson v Cant'y Country at Nelson
Challenge Dates: 22-24 February 2013
2012 Tournament - Napier 20, 21, 22 October
As per NZC Playing Conditions 2012 / 2013.
One white Kookaburra regulation 156gm ball per innings.
Note: New/Amended Playing Condition
Format of ODI matches
Recommend the following amendments to the standard ODI playing conditions:
(a) Powerplays be restricted to the first block of 10 overs plus one batting powerplay of 5 overs, such batting powerplay to be completed before the start of the 40th over.
(b) A maximum of 4 fielders to be allowed outside the 30 yard circle during non-powerplay overs.
(c) The number of permitted short pitched deliveries to be increased from one to two per over.
Manawatu (1) v Wairarapa (5) Nelson Park 1 - 10.30am
Hawkes Bay (2) v Wanganui (7) Nelson Park 2 - 10.30am
Nelson (3) v Horowhenua-Kapiti (8) Nelson Park 3 - 11.00am
Taranaki (4) v Marlborough (6) Nelson Park 4 - 11.00am
Starting times each day will be staggered to accommodate Nelson and Marlborough's arrival on day 1 and departure on day 3, breakfast provided by HBCA and to hopefully ensure that everyone does not take lunch at the same time.
CHAPPLE CUP WINNERS 2012: HAWKES BAY
CAVE CUP WINNERS 2012: NELSON
Win .............. 4
Tie/No Result .............. 2 each
Bonus Point ............. 1
Loss ............. 0
As per NZC One Day Competition Playing Conditions.The team that achieves a run rate 1.25 times that of the opposition shall be awarded one bonus point. A team's run rate will be calculated by reference to the runs scored in an innings divided by the number of overs faced.
Where a side is all out, the number of overs to be used is the maximum number of overs that side was otherwise eligible to face.
Where matches are shortened and targets revised using the Duckworth Lewis system, bonus run rates and defensive targets are derived as a function of the revised target score and maximum overs.
DUCKWORTH LEWIS SYSTEM:
For all Chapple Cup matches the Duckworth Lewis system will be used where required.
If a game is unplayable (15 overs per side being the minimum number of overs to constitute a game) the team to go forward into the next round will be determined by:
(a) Super over if possible. As per NZC Playing Conditions eliminator.
(b) Bowl off (six balls/bowlers.Most hits)
(c) Net run rate
(d) Highest seeded team from last seasons tournament.
Nominations of players as per Hawke Cup (17) i.e. each side plays 12 - a batting 11 and a bowling 11.
CHAPPLE CUP FINAL RULES:
Should there be no result in the Final, the trophy will be shared.
Nearest neighbour games / semi-finals
If the game is unplayable the team to go forward into the next round will be determined by:
(a) Super over if possible. As per NZC Playing Conditions eliminator.
(b) Bowl off (six balls / bowlers. Most hits).
(c) Toss of the coin. (Hosts toss. Visitors call).
This may have to be done over the phone if the game is called off prior to travel. Hence a reputable observer is required.
Nominations of players as per Hawke Cup (17)
CENTRAL DISTRICTS WOMENS INTER-DISTRICT COMPETITION 2012/2013
Playing Conditions & Match Hosting Responsibilities:
Conditions as stated in New Zealand Cricket Playing Conditions - Action Cup(except for:
1. Competition will be played by those teams entering the competition on an annual basis.
2. The games will be 50 overs per side.
3. Hours of play 10.30am - 1.40pm and 2.20pm - 5.30pm
Win ....... 4
Tie/No result ....... 2 each
Bonus point ....... 1
Loss ....... 0
5. Bonus Point
As per NZC playing conditions. The team that achieves a run rate 1.25 times that of the opposition shall be awarded a bonus point.
Adjustments are to be made for weather or travel difficulty interrupted matches. Duckworth Lewis to be used.
Kookaburra red 4 piece 142gm club match are to be used. Host association to provide both balls.
7. Nomination of Players
Prior to the toss captains must provide captains and umpires their Batting X1 and fielding X1. The 12th man may rotate as a fielder with the only restriction being their ability to bowl under normal rules. Off field restrictions do not apply to batting.
The host association is responsible for providing and paying for lunch for both teams and match officials.
Umpire appointments to be made by CDCUSA and forwarded to Central Districts for approval and notification to Districts.
10. Copelin Cup
This trophy will be "up for grabs" each time the holder plays.
11. Mike Shrimpton Trophy
The winner of the competition will be awarded the trophy on an annual basis.
12. Results/Match Reports/Scoresheets
At the conclusion of each game the host association is to ensure that all match reports are actioned and the results notified to Central Districts ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) with copies of scoresheets mailed to Central Districts (P.O.Box 309, Napier).
Any query or dispute to be referred to Central Districts for a ruling.
14. 2012 / 2013 Draw
CD inter-district games
Nov. 04 Manawatu v Hawkes Bay in Palmerston North
Nov. 11 Taranaki v Manawatu in New Plymouth
Nov. 18 Taranaki v Hawkes Bay in Wanganui
Note Where teams are playing at mid point the team listed first must arrange the fixture requirements with the host venue.
The costs associated with these matches will be shared by the participants.