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Tennis Ball Rules 1




Before the toss, the umpires shall agree with both sides on the Boundries for play and on tthe allowances to be made for them.The Boundary shall if possible be marked along its whole length. An Umpire shall call or signal 'Boundary' whenever in his opinion, a ball in play hits, crosses or is carried over the Boundary The runs completed at the instant the ball reaches the Boundary shall count only should they exceed the allowance, but if the 'Boundary' result from an overthrow or from the witful act of a fieldsman any run already made and the allowance shall be added to the score.




Tennis Ball Rules 2

BOUNDARIES Law 14

Before the toss, the umpires shall agree with both sides on the Boundries for play and on tthe allowances to be made for them.The Boundary shall if possible be marked along its whole length. An Umpire shall call or signal 'Boundary' whenever in his opinion, a ball in play hits, crosses or is carried over the Boundary The runs completed at the instant the ball reaches the Boundary shall count only should they exceed the allowance, but if the 'Boundary' result from an overthrow or from the witful act of a fieldsman any run already made and the allowance shall be added to the score.

1. If flags or posts are used to mark a boundary, the real or imaginary line joining such points shall be regarded as the boundary, which should be marked a white line if possible.

2. It is a 'Boundary' if the ball touches any boundary line are if a fieldsman with ball in hand grounds any part of his person on or over that line. A fieldsman, how over, standing within the playing area, may lean against or touch boundary fence in fielding a ball (See Law 32 Note 5.).

3. An obstacle, or person, within the playing area is not regarded as a boundary unless so arranged by the umpires. The Umpire is not a boundary but side screen within the playing area shall be so regarded. The customary allowance fora boundary is 4 runs. The six (6) in Tennis Ball Cricket does not allow. Any batsman hitting the ball out of the ground in air shall be declared as 'Rule out'. The batsman shall not be declared as 'Rule out' on a No Ball will be counted in the score.

4. In the case of a boundary resulting from either an overthrow or the willful act of a fieldsman the run in progress shall be counted provided that the batsman crossed at the instance of the throw or act.

5. The umpire signals 'Boundary' by waving an arm from side to side.






Tennis Ball Rules 5-6

THE BALL Law 5 -

The ball shall weight not less than 75 gms and not more than 85 gms and shall measure not sell than 21 cms and not more than 23 cms in circumference. The ball to be used in the matches should have been approved by the Federation. The ball can only be changed until the permission of the umpires in the following conditions. The ball used in Tennis Ball cricket is just like lawn Tennis Ball.

Notes:

If the ball is loose or cracked.
If the ball is not of shape.( If the ball is replaced due to loose shape or lost, the so replaced ball must be identical to that of lost ball.)
The umpire must inform the batsman whenever a ball is to be changed.

THE BAT Law 6 -

The Tennis Cricket Bat shall not exceed 4 ½ inches in width; it shall not be more than 38 inches in length. The weight of the Tennis cricket bat is not fixed, however the light bats are used by the players in the game. All the bats to be used in the matches should have been approved by the Federation,(TBCFI)