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UCA releases 20/20 tournament rules

By Vision Reporter

Added 4th June 2008 03:00 AM

ONLY two players will be allowed to stand beyond 30 metres of the wicket during the first six overs when their side is fielding. This is one of the rules and regulations for the two-day NCR Twenty20 cricket tournament that will run over the weekend at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.

ONLY two players will be allowed to stand beyond 30 metres of the wicket during the first six overs when their side is fielding. This is one of the rules and regulations for the two-day NCR Twenty20 cricket tournament that will run over the weekend at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.

By Charles Mutebi

ONLY two players will be allowed to stand beyond 30 metres of the wicket during the first six overs when their side is fielding. This is one of the rules and regulations for the two-day NCR Twenty20 cricket tournament that will run over the weekend at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.

The stipulations were drawn up in a meeting between the six team captains and managers and the Uganda Cricket Association (UCA). It was chaired by chief tournament organiser Sangiv Patel.

Yesterday, Patel told The New Vision that team officials had been asked to inform their players the importance of one of cricket’s main pillars.

“We have stressed that the captains and managers teach their players the spirit of the game because we might have a few social players in the event.”

Patel further elaborated that the meeting had resolved the disciplinary committee be formed by the team captains and managers. It was also agreed that a fair play award be included in the list of prizes to be given out after the final on Sunday.

Alongside four group games, including two on Sunday, the final of the tournament will be played at the Kyambogo oval. The other two group games will be played at Lugogo cricket oval on Saturday.

Patel also revealed that they (organisers) would have the final team squads by the end of the day.

UCA releases 20/20 tournament rules

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