INDOOR CRICKET PERTH
Indoor Cricket is an immensely popular sport, having been played in Australia since it was invented in the late 70's. Now played by over 200,000 participants Australia wide, the beauty of Indoor Cricket is that each player bats and bowls the same number of overs as their team mates, ensuring all players remain involved in the game.Here at Seamer Sports we offer both 6 a side and 8 a side competitions played Monday to Thursday nights. All nights have structured divisions to suit both experienced and inexperienced players.
GAME DURATION AND START TIMES
- Game duration is 1hr 5min for 6 a side and 1hr 10min for 8 a side
- Games start at 6pm continuing at the relevant time intervals
- All players should be at the centre no later than 5 minutes prior to the scheduled game time.
|COMPETITION||DAY/NIGHT||SEASON START DATE|
|Monday 6 a side||Night||20th March|
|Tuesday 6 a side||Night||21st March|
|Wednesday 8 a side||Night||22nd March|
|Thursday 6 a side||Night||23rd March|
|Super League||Afternoon||2nd April|
All players in a team must compete in the same coloured shirts. Shirts may be of any colour or style, provided ALL team mates wear the exact same colour. All teams must adhere to this by Round 3 of the regular competition. Failure to do this will result in a 5 run penalty for each player out of uniform and will be deducted from their batting skin.
LADDERS AND POINTS SYSTEM
- Win = 4 points
- Draw = 2 point
- Loss = 0 points
- 1 bonus point for each skin (i.e. 1st pair of Team A versus 1st pair of Team B, etc)
- Win on forfeit = +8 points (8 a side) or +7 points (6 a side)
- Loss on forfeit = -8 points (8 a side) or -7 points (6 a side) and loss of bond
QUALIFYING FOR FINALS
- To qualify for finals a team must play all of its fixtured games.
- Individual players must play a minimum of 5 games during the regular season to qualify for finals.
- Semi Finals and Finals are all played on the same week night as regular fixtured games.
TEAMS SHORT OF PLAYERS DURING FINALS
- If only the minimum number of players have qualified and are available to play in a particular grade, then that team must play with those players only.
- If less than the minimum number of players have qualified and are available, then the final will be forfeited to the team they were scheduled to play.
- Only on special circumstances will an unqualified player be permitted to play and this will be determined by centre management.
In each grade, the top 4 teams will progress through to the finals.