2016 Sunday Senior Handbook - Warehouse Cricket Association

2016 Sunday Senior Handbook - Warehouse Cricket Association
2016 WINTER SEASON
Laurence Christie
(Competitions)
Peter Pfeffer
Secretary/Statistician/A-Treasurer
Postal Address
P.O Box 488
KALLANGUR Q 4503
Postal Address
P.O Box 488
KALLANGUR Q 4503
PHONE: 3204-2020
PHONE 3491-7770
Fax: 3491-7775
Em: admin@warehousecricket.org
Em: Secretary@warehousecricket.org
WELCOME TO WAREHOUSE CRICKET FOR 2016
The Warehouse Cricket Association is a non-profit sporting organisation which has offered cricket
competitions for Brisbane & Regional Centres since 1921. Warehouse Cricket is played in a
competitive, yet enjoyable environment for any individual or group who agree to abide by the rules of
the Association and who wish to play.
The Executive Committee welcomes your Club’s active participation in the coming season. Our aim is
to provide each Club with the administrative support necessary for you and all your players to have a
successful and enjoyable cricket season.
Whilst this handbook contains most of the necessary information that your players will require, you are
welcome to make further suggestions on how it can be improved. In return the Committee requests
your support and co-operation in ensuring that:
1. All Fixture results are TO BE POSTED ON “MYCRICKET” (Cricket Australia WEBSITE
PROGRAM – (see below) is not updated within 15 days, points may not be allocated.
2. All fees are paid promptly ie: Wicket Fees are paid at the first break each match.
3. All Grounds are left in a clean & tidy state after the end of each game. If
not, a $ fine may be imposed as our grounds are subject to lease provisions of the
Brisbane City Council.
Enjoy your Cricket
Laurence Christie
for the Executive Committee.
PAYMENT OF FEES:
Payment of fees after each game is required.
Match fees are to be paid to the Host club or the
relevant Warehouse Cricket Canteens. Teams
may pay fees in advance by contacting the
Treasurer, Peter Pfeffer on 3491-7770 or email.
www.mycricket.cricket.com.au
WET WEATHER
GO TO
WAREHOUSE
FACEBOOK PAGE
www.warehousecricket.org
ABN: 25 899 291 401
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INDEX
2016 WINTER SEASON FINANCE����������������������������������������������������������������������������5
GROUNDS – MAPS������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������6
GROUNDS – ADDRESSES���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������7
GENERAL RULES���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8-23
WINTER SUNDAY RULES��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 24-28
CODE OF BEHAVIOUR������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29-41
FIXTURES���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� CENTRE PAGES
CLUB CONTACTS ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� CENTRE PAGES
TEAM LISTS������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ CENTRE PAGES
WAREHOUSE NOW ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK
On Twitter? Follow us @warehousecrick for Association information and updates.
If you aren’t on Twitter – start up a club Twitter account!
On Facebook? Look for Warehouse Cricket Association and “like” us to get more
information as the season progresses.
Official results to be entered on MyCricket within 15 days to ensure
game results and individual player scores are entered for statistical
purposes.
However, at the end of each day, teams are encouraged to enter brief
game results to the Warehouse Cricket Facebook page. These results
should especially be entered where there has been a significant result
such as a hattrick, century or other interesting outcome from your game
that would be of interest to your colleagues and others who follow
Warehouse Cricket regularly.
Users of Facebook can find the Warehouse Cricket Facebook Page by
searching Warehouse Cricket Association Queensland in the Facebook
search bar. Alternatively, teams can enter in the following URL:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Warehouse-Cricket-Association-Queensland/
212952648724581?ref=hl
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE
Warehouse Cricket Executive Committee – 2016
PRESIDENT Andrew Middleton
CHAIRMAN
Troy Burns
TREASURER
Barry Peacock
SECRETARY / ASSISTANT TREASURER
Peter Pfeffer STATISTICIAN
Peter Pfeffer COMMITTEE MEMBERS FROM CLUBS
Shayne Ballard
Terry Devine
Jayden Dixon
Luis Hermida
Angeline Lowther
Hitesh Rathod (HR)
Craig Silva
UMPIRE REPRESENTATIVE
Peter Mathieson DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Laurence Christie SECRETARY OF UMPIRE ASSOCIATION
Neil Simpson
A/H
0421 583 241
0401 142 885
0428 583 114
3491-7770
3491-7770
0414-667 926
0427 353 166
0403 544 617
0400 235 630
0431 734 890
0412 784 102
0403 738 651
3390-4453
3204-2020
0415 342 007
0414 878 605
HELPFUL HINTS – A number of important hints are listed below to help answer some of the
regular questions that arise from Clubs
Game Results & Team Lists
in MyCricket
MUST BE ENTERED ON “MYCRICKET” WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THE END OF EVERY
GAME – (including: WIN/LOSS/FORFEIT BY EITHER SIDE/WASHED OUT GAME)
Playing in a Lower Grade:
If a player has played 5 games in a higher grade, PRIOR approval from the
STATISTICIAN must be obtained.
Team List of Players
It is the responsibility of the Captain to complete and provide Player Lists.
If this is not done, then no complaint will be sustained.
Privacy Legislation
Under Privacy Legislation, Warehouse Cricket can only use the information
provided in this publication for the primary purposes of operating cricket
competitions. Acceptable purposes includes: contacts for Insurance,
Representative Team Selection. (Note: addresses for club secretaries may be
provided to sponsors of Warehouse Cricket, as deemed appropriate.)
Public Liability Insurance –
Signing of “Waivers”
Please refer to Memo on Public Liability Insurance in this scorebook. In the
interests of your players, Captains must ensure that EVERY player has signed
this “waiver” PRIOR to playing for their CLUB during the season.
HANDBOOK CONTENTS INCLUDE:
CODE OF CONDUCT
It is the responsibility of all Captains to ensure that players read & comply with this
Code and be aware of the Judiciary Process. It is there for the benefit of all players.
CLUB SECRETARY
CONTACTS
Please check the information as listed in the Club Secretary contact page. Please advise
the Association of any information, which is outdated or incorrect.
Other
Information
• LIST OF TEAMS BY GRADE
• LIST OF TEAMS BY GRADE
INDIVIDUAL GRADE DRAWS
• BY-LAWS (PARTS 1-2-3)
SUNDAY COMPETITION HANDBOOK
• GROUND ADDRESSES
• DATES OF COMPETITIONS
• Fixture Venues/ Allocations
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Warehouse Cricket
Suncorp Account
BSB = 484-799
A/C = 043622355
Email advice to Barry Peacock:
treasurer@warehousecricket.org
when paid above
All Credit Card details will be destroyed by Warehouse Cricket Officials after processing of the bank
reconciliation which contains this payment. No other payment will be made on this authority.
POLICY OF WAREHOUSE CRICKET IN RESPECTS TO CALLING OFF GROUNDS.
In respect to Warehouse Cricket Complexes at Marchant Park, 7th Brigade Park and Kianawah Park,
(unless in exceptional circumstances) play on these grounds will not be called off until the day of play. Every effort
is made to ensure that play can commence within a reasonable time. Clubs are asked also to follow this policy.
When calling off a Club ground, the Secretary of that club must notify:
1. Laurence Christie – 3204-2020
2. The Opposition Team
3. The Secretary of the Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association – (Neil Simpson – 0414-878 605)
Timing
Please do not call Laurence before 7.30 a.m.
Kianawah Park
3890-1900
Marchant Park
3350-3477
Match Days Only
CHECK OUT THE WAREHOUSE WEBSITE AT
www.warehousecricket.org
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2016 Winter Season
Finance Summary
All Costs below INCLUDE GST where applicable
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
30th April
Start Date:
Hours of Play:
Frequency:
Nomination Fees: Juniors
Nomination Fees: Seniors
Bonds – New Teams
8th May
15th May
Group “A”
Group “B”
11.45 – 4.35 pm
10.00 a.m. start (50 overs per team)
Each Saturday
Alternative Weekends
$ 240.00
$ 520.00
$ 150.00
$ 375.00
$ 150.00
per team
per team
per team
NOMINATION FEES ARE PAYABLE ON REGISTRATION OR BY END OF FIXTURE 2 AT LATEST
Wicket
Type
Match
Format
Synthetic
Turf
Saturday
Sunday
Juniors
1 day
$ 125.00
$ 125.00
$ 90.00
2 day
$ 190.00
1 day
$ 135.00
2 day
$ 225.00
PAYMENT OF WICKET FEES
Wicket (ground) fees are payable
for days when play commences,
unless your team receives a
forfeit.
You can pay in advance, by EFT
or to the Ground canteen/club by
close of play on the first day of a
match to the home authority.
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$ 125.00
$ 135.00
$ 100.00
$ 150.00
UMPIRES
EXPENSES:
$60.00
(Sat & Sun)
Per Umpire
Per Team
Per Day
PAYMENT OF UMPIRE EXPENSES
Umpire Expenses
MUST be paid to
your Umpire/s by
the end of the
Tea-Break (Sat) or
by end of the
Lunch break for
Sunday games.
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SOUTHSIDE GROUNDS
Phone on Match Days only 3890 1900
Kianawah Park
Tingalpa
Jack
Richards
Club
House
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PARKING
Cricket Venue
Control
12
9
EAST
Entrance
HAMILTON ST
TENBAR ST
WYNNUM RD
Approximately 1.2 km East along Wynnum Road,
from the Gateway
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET
NORTHSIDE GROUNDS
Marchant Park
Chermside
Ground Phone 3350 3477
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION PART 1 – GENERAL COMPETITION BY-LAWS
GENERAL RULES
(APPLYING TO ALL WAREHOUSE CRICKET COMPETITIONS)
EFFECTIVE 01 APRIL 2016
Specific Rules for playing Summer and Winter Competitions
Saturday and Sunday are found on separate pages.
RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS VILIFICATION CODE
• UNDER AUSTRALIAN LAW, WAREHOUSE CRICKETERS ARE SUBJECT TO THE RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS
VILIFICATION CODE.
• WAREHOUSE CRICKET HAS ADOPTED IN PRINCIPLE THE QLD CRICKET CODE OF PRACTICE ON THE
RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS VILIFICATION CODE.
1. AFFILIATION OF CLUBS
1.1 General Information
(a) The Association shall consist of affiliated clubs as approved by the Executive Committee.
(b) A club shall be deemed to be the formation of any number of persons, which shall have not less than twelve
cricket playing members.
(c) The Executive Committee reserves the right, for any reason, to refuse acceptance of affiliation of any club or
any member of a club and to cancel or suspend such affiliation of a club or any member of a club at any time
during the season.
(d) The Executive Committee will not accept an application for affiliation from a club on condition that the club
plays in a particular grade as nominated by the club.
(e) At the time of lodging an application for affiliation, clubs are required to provide information on their players’
previous cricket experience, Grades, Association and the Club’s preferred grade. This information will be
considered in conjunction with the grading of team’s process.
1.2 Affiliation Fees:
(a) No Club shall be accepted for affiliation prior to the payment of affiliation fees as determined by the Executive
Committee. However, the Executive Committee may, at its discretion, accept unfinancial Clubs, subject to
negotiated assurances being honored by the club.
(b) No competition points are to be awarded to any affiliated club until it is financial. (subject to (a))
(c) Clubs, or playing members of a Club, who are in arrears at the commencement of a new season will be
ineligible for affiliation with the Association until such arrears are paid. (see Schedule of Fees)
2. REGISTRATION
2.1 Players
(a) Applications for registration of players must be accompanied by name in full, together with Grade and Division
or Association with which that person last played.
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(b) No registered player shall be eligible to play with the Warehouse Cricket Association (Qld), in any season whilst
a registered player of any other division or Association, without first receiving the consent of the Club, Division
or Association that the person is leaving, and of this Association.
(c) Brisbane District Clubs that enter team/s in Warehouse Cricket competitions shall be able to promote or
demote players from the highest graded Warehouse Cricket team, provided always that the provisions of ByLaw 2.2 are complied with.
(d) Each season, Clubs must notify the Association of their unfinancial registered players. Such unfinancial players
are not to be registered with any other club within the Association until their obligations have been met with
the first Club. (see also By-Law 2.7)
2.1.1 Eligibility to Play
(a) To be eligible to play in a match, a player must be registered on or before the day set down for such match
to start and be currently eligible for cover for existing Warehouse Cricket Player Accident Insurance & Public
Liability Insurance cover. (see also 2.2)
(b) To be eligible to play in the finals (both semi-finals and finals), a player must have played in 40% (rounded up to
the next whole number) of the number of matches for their club in that competition during the current season..
(c) The following Schedule will guide the Executive Committee
Winter Saturday
Winter Sunday
Summer Saturday
Summer Sunday
4 matches
3 matches
6 matches
4 matches
Note: If the Secretary of a club wishes to seek exemption from the previous paragraph, an application in
writing must be submitted to the Secretary (or Statistician) of this Association by the Wednesday before the
first day of the Semi-Final or Final in which the player is required to play. (The discretion to vary the previous
clause shall remain with the Executive Committee of Warehouse Cricket, which shall exercise this discretion in
circumstances including but not limited to serious or sudden illness to several players in the relevant team’.)
(d) To be eligible to commence play in a match, prior to the toss:
•
each captain must provide a team list (including substitutions) to the opposing captain and
•
must have at least seven (7) players present at the scheduled time for commencement on Day 1.
Otherwise, the opposing team may claim a forfeit.
If for any reason after play commences, the number of players in a team is reduced to less than seven players,
the game shall continue. (Note: a minimum number of seven (7) players are deemed to constitute a team.)
(e) (i) Saturday Teams: If both teams fail to satisfy the requirement of having seven (7) registered players of each
team present at the time for the commencement of play, the match shall be a Draw. However the Captains (with
the approval of the Secretary of Warehouse Cricket) may agree to play a one-day game the following week.
(ii) Sunday Teams: A new game could be played at a time convenient to all parties: i.e. the opposition team
and the Executive Committee.
(f)
After the toss, a team list can only be amended with the approval of the opposition Team Captain and
notification to the officiating umpire. No further changes shall be permitted (except where a player is selected
in a Representative Teams).
(SUBSTITUTES)
(ii.) Substitutes are not permitted to bat, bowl or act as wicket keeper under Law 2 of the rules of cricket,
except where in a two (2) day match:
•
a player is selected in Representative Teams or if a member of a team of a District Club team who
is required for selection in a higher grade or subject to:
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•
Prior to the Toss, Written notification has been given to the opposition captain requesting up to
2 substitutes be permitted to play in that game. (see note 2 below)
NOTES:
It is the intent of the rule that where a player (up to maximum of two players) are not able to play both
days of a two (2) day game, that the substitution rule be allowed.
Terminology:
Priority Player
Substitute Player
The player that plays on Day 1.
The player that replaces the priority player.
PAREMETERS:
1
A maximum of two players can be substituted.
2
Prior to the toss of each two day game, Captain wishing to nominate substitutes must provide a
team list of up to 13 players to the opposition captain.
If this is not done, the opposition captain can refuse to allow the substitute/s.
Note: No player can be substituted on Day 1
3
If a priority player was not out in an innings, or was bowling an over that was not completed, at
the end of Day 1, the substitute player must continue the innings or complete the over on Day 2.
If a priority player has already batted (and gone out), or has been banned from bowling in the
innings that is resumed on Day 2, the substitute player may not bat or bowl in that innings.
Otherwise, the substitute player may bat or bowl on Day 2 as if they were the priority player.
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Where a substitute player is named, and the priority player subsequently becomes available on
Day 2, the priority player may play. In this case, the substitute player may NOT play on Day 2,
except as a substitute fielder.
Super-Sub Rule (All Short Forms of the Game)
Note: effective 01/04/2016 – Super-sub rule now applies to Saturday 35/40 over format & Sunday T20 &
50 over format.
(iii) ‘Substitutes are not permitted to bat, bowl or act as wicket keeper, except in games with limited
overs format (see above) where:
•
prior to the toss, a list of twelve players has been provided to the opposition captain
•
after the toss, the team captain has identified to the opposition captain and the umpire
which player of the twelve named will be substituted out of the game (the priority player),
and which player of the twelve named will replace that player during the course of the
match (the substitute player)
•
the priority player may be replaced by the substitute player at any stage during the ensuing
match, and may not then return to the match, except as a substitute fielder only
•
if the priority player has already batted, the substitute is not permitted to bat
•
if the priority player has already bowled the full quota of overs allowed per player, the
substitute player is not permitted to bowl.
2.1.1(f) Any affiliated club having more than one team in the current season’s competition, may include in a
higher grade team, any members of a lower grade team.
2.1.1(g) A player may not participate in two different matches in the one fixture round, unless:
(i)
the player belongs to a club mentioned in 2.1.1(f), and the player is declared as a substitute or
priority player under 2.1.1(e)(iii) for a higher grade; or
(ii) in all other cases, the player is a substitute fielder only in at least one of the matches.
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2.2 Clubs with more than one team
2.2.1 Playing down a grade
A registered player who has played in five or more matches in a higher grade team of a club having two or more
teams, including as a substitute or priority player under 2.1.1(e)(iii), cannot play in a lower grade team of that club
without the approval of the Executive Committee, after consideration of the following matters: (exception of (c) below)
(a) That the Executive Committee will consider the player’s batting and bowling figures for the season, and, if
relevant, the previous season.
(b) The club must provide the name of the player replacing the player in the higher grade. Seven days notice is
required.
(c) Does not apply when rotating players for Saturday A1 20/20 fixtures except that player/s being demoted from
A1 must filter down to the next team below in their club for that season. (Prior approval is NOT required by
the Statistician who however reserves the right to overrule any such relegation.)
2.2.2 Rotation squads
(a) Subject to the approval of the Executive Committee, clubs with two or more teams can nominate players to
form part of a rotation squad. Nominated players in the rotation squad will be able to play in a higher grade as
required by their club and then return to their lower grade without having to see approval from the Executive
Committee under rule 2.2.1.
(b) Rotation squads:
(i) may consist of up to four players (two from the higher grade and two from the lower grade)
(ii) may only be nominated to play in teams in two contiguous grades e.g. A & B grades or B & C grades.
(iii) must be nominated before Fixture 5 of any given season.
(c) Clubs with more than three grades may nominate more than one rotation squad, provided the grade span
and players involved are not the same.
(d) If a player approved for a B/C grade rotation squad players more than five games in A grade, that player must
seek approval to return to a lower grade under 2.2.1.
(e) The Executive Committee reserves the right to withdraw approval for a player to participate in a rotation
squad. If approval is withdrawn, the club may nominate a replacement player in the rotation squad, subject to
Executive Committee approval.
2.2.3 Clubs with more than one team in a grade
(a) If a club has more than one team in any grade, the players in each team in that grade will not be
interchangeable without the written permission of the Executive Committee.
(b) A player who is promoted or demoted (subject to rule 2.2.1) to the grade in which the club has more than
one team may play in either team. However, if that player plays 5 or more matches with one of the teams in
the grade in which the club has more than one team, the player becomes a part of that team. Such player
cannot then play for the other team in that grade, or return to a lower grade, without the written permission
of the Executive Committee, in accordance with rule 2.2.1.
(c) If the club wishes to nominate a rotation squad under rule 2.2.2 that will involve the grade in which the club
has more than one team, separate squads must be nominated for each of the teams I that grade.
Note: As a suggestion, it would help those clubs with two (2) or more teams, to keep a record of their players’
respective gradings. Contravention of this By-Law will lead to loss of points or a fine, as decided upon by the
Executive Committee.
JUNIOR PLAYERS:
(i)
No player under the age of 12 will be permitted to play in Senior Warehouse Cricket fixtures, either as a player
or substitute player.
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(ii) No player or substitute under the age of 15 is to be permitted to field within 10 metres of the bat in front of
the wicket.
3. Penalty for Playing Unregistered and/or Ineligible Players.
The penalty for a team playing an unregistered and/or ineligible player, or a player under another name, will be loss
of points for that match and/or a fine of not less than $50.00.
The Executive Committee may require a team or player to confirm a player’s identity by completion of a Statutory
Declaration and/or photo ID.
4. Player’s Dress Standards.
(a) Players must appear on the field suitably dressed. Athletic singlets and shorts must not be worn. However male
players under the age of fifteen (15) years may wear white or cream trousers of knee length. Sunday Players
may wear white shorts.
(b) Interpretation: “Suitably dressed” shall mean.
(i) Shirt of the type known as tennis shirt of woven, woolen, wool and cotton, or similar material of white or
cream color or relevant female apparel.
(ii) Boots, shoes & socks of any material coloured predominantly white.
(iii) In Sunday Competitions, coloured team clothing may be worn as approved by the Warehouse Cricket
Executive Committee.)
(c) Suitable hat/cap/helmet is strongly recommended.
(d) Spikes shall not project from the soles of boots or shoes to a length greater than 9.5 mm Spikes must not be
worn on grounds where synthetic turf wickets are in use. Spiked shoes are compulsory for all bowlers in A1 &
A2 grades. Spikes are also strongly recommended for all bowlers on turf wickets.
(e) Sponsor, team or Association logos will be permitted on either (or both) one shirt pocket or one sleeve.
(f)
Umpires may not allow players to take the field unless they are dressed in accordance with By-Law 2.4.
5. Player’s Code of Conduct & Discipline.
(a) Any affiliated club or member of an affiliated club shall be liable to suspension at, and during, the pleasure of
the Association in the event of such club or member violating the By-Laws of the Association, Code of Conduct
of the Association, or ruling of the Executive Committee.
(b) Any club or members of a club, under suspension shall forfeit all rights held under the Association. Delegates of
any club under suspension shall not be eligible to attend meetings of the Association or serve on the Executive
Committee or other committees of the Association.
(c) Should any players registered with the Association conduct themselves in a disorderly manner during progress
of any match under the jurisdiction of the Association, the Conducts Tribunal may fine, suspend, or otherwise
deal with the offender/s. The Executive Committee shall have the power to deal with any club or member of
a club failing to comply with the ruling of the Conducts Tribunal applying such penalty as deemed necessary.
(d) The Conducts Tribunal will submit a written report as to their recommendations to the Association Secretary for
ratification at the next meeting of the Executive Committee.
6. Clearances
(a) A registered playing cricketer who decides to leave his/her original club and join another club during the current
season must produce to his/her new club a written clearance that proves that he/she is financially clear. The
clearance is then forwarded to the Association Secretary. The Association Secretary must receive the clearance
before the player may participate in any match with her/his new club.
(b) Normally a player will be allowed only one clearance per season. Any second or subsequent clearance within
any season must state clearly the exceptional circumstances giving rise to the application and be approved
by the Statistician prior to the player participating in any game for the new club. Registrations are deemed to
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become void at the end of each season and clearances are not required across seasons subject to By-law 2.1
(d). Registrations do not become subject to clearance requirements until a player actually plays with a club.
(c) That a limit of one transfer per season be set. (Further transfers must have the Executive Committee approval.)
(d) Loans allow for a provision to ‘loan’ a player to another club for one match in special circumstances provided
that prior approval has been granted by the statistician.
3. UMPIRES
3.1 Appointment to Matches.
(a) Umpires appointed at matches controlled by the Warehouse Cricket Association must be members of the
Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association. The constitution of the Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association
and any amendments thereto shall, before adoption, be submitted to the Warehouse Cricket Association for
approval. Umpires shall be allowed such expenses as agreed to from time to time by the Executive Committee
of the Warehouse Cricket Association.
(b) The Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association shall appoint umpires for all matches, other than Finals and
Representative matches. For Finals and Representative matches, the Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association
shall nominate Umpires for appointment by the Executive Committee of the Warehouse Cricket Association.
(c) Clubs in A1 and A1Res Grades should note that it is a directive of the Executive Committee that Umpires be
allocated to all games in these grades. When considered necessary, Umpires may be requested to officiate at
specific nominated fixture matches as indicated by the Executive Committee.
(d) Where an Umpire has been allocated to a match, the teams, players and team Captains participating in that
match have no right whatsoever to refuse such Umpire from performing his/her duties in that match. Any reported
dissension by the clubs, teams or Team Captains could result in a fine and/or suspension and/or loss of points.
(e) An Umpire who has been appointed to, and officiated at, a match that has reached an early conclusion may,
at that Umpire’s discretion, offer services to another match still in progress. The captains of the second match
reserve the right to accept or decline the Umpire’s services. No Umpire’s expenses are liable in this instance
resulting from the second match.
(f) An Umpire who has been appointed to a match which has been called off prior to commencement, but too late
for reallocation, may at that Umpire’s discretion offer services to another match. The Captains of the second
match reserve the right to accept or decline the Umpire’s services. Umpire’s expenses are liable in this instance
resulting from the second match, except as otherwise determined by By-law 3.2 (d).
(g) Player-Umpires should note that when officiating for their team at Warehouse Cricket Association fixtures,
whether a badged Umpire is present or not, they have the full powers and responsibilities of an Umpire as
provided for in the Laws of Cricket.
3.2 Expenses
(a) Each team will pay each registered umpire an expense at the scheduled rate. (See schedule of Fees)
(b) Umpires’ expenses shall be paid to the Umpire by lunchtime on Sundays and Tea-time on Saturdays.
(c) Should a team fail to pay Umpires’ expenses on each day of a match and wicket fees in full before the completion
of any match on Association or private grounds, the Executive Committee, may, at its discretion, disqualify the
defaulting team from receiving any points for such match and subsequent matches, until the fees are paid in full.
(d) If a game is called off by the Association, or in the case of private grounds by the Secretary of the club
concerned, more than ninety (90) minutes prior to the starting time, no payment will be made to an allocated
Umpire by either the Association or teams involved. If a game is called off by the Association, or in the case of
private grounds by the Secretary of the club concerned, less than ninety (90) minutes prior to starting time, or
if play does not commence, each team involved shall pay Umpires the approved expense.
(e) If play is cancelled after the game has commenced, full expenses shall be paid to the Umpire.
(f) Refer to 3.1 (g)
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4. FEES
4.1 General
Clubs shall be responsible for the payment of general fees as follows. (See schedule of fees.)
(a) Each club shall pay a fee per team per season, to be determined by the Executive Committee, which covers
affiliation and registration of players.
(b) This payment does not eliminate the responsibility of each club to register additional players as covered by
By-law 2.1
(c) In addition to the fees prescribed, each team applying for affiliation with the Association shall be required to pay,
simultaneously with its application for affiliation, a bond (as shall be prescribed by the Executive Committee).
The bond referred to in this rule will be refunded on application to the Executive Committee at the completion of
any season, provided that all financial obligations have been met. Clubs nominating more than three (3) teams
will be required to lodge a bond for each of its first three (3) teams only.
(d) Registration and affiliation of a club and for its teams with the Association shall be deemed incomplete until all
fees prescribed hereunder have been paid.
(e) After the season’s program of fixtures has been arranged, payment of wicket fees for all matches allotted to a
team, shall be a liability and must be paid by the team.
(f)
In the event of any club, or of any of a club’s teams withdrawing from the competition after the completion of
grading and/or the drawing of the relevant season’s fixtures, the Association shall not under any circumstances
refund any fees paid by that club or its teams or players.
(g) In the event of any club, or any of a club’s teams failing to meet their financial commitment to the Association
or other clubs, the Executive Committee of the Association may in its absolute discretion forfeit the whole or any
part of the monies paid under (a) and (c) hereof. The Executive Committee, may also in its absolute discretion,
apportion the monies so forfeited as between the Association and/or any club on whose grounds such club or
any of its teams were drawn to play.
4.2 Wicket Fees
(a) Wicket fees for matches played at grounds controlled by the Association must be paid to the Groundsman
or collector at the commencement of each match or by tea-time on the first day of a Saturday fixture or by
lunch-time during a Sunday Fixture.
(b) All Association fees shall be of a uniform amount as prescribed by the Schedule of Fees.
(c) Fees payable will be decided by the Executive Committee and advised to clubs at the pre-season delegate’s
meeting held prior to commencement of each season.
(d) For the purpose of this rule, fees per team per game for the current season are shown in the prescribed
schedule.
(e) In the event of play being abandoned through wet weather, the usual fees shall be paid. This shall apply also
to club grounds.
(i)
Any Club that forfeits a match shall be levied its opponents fees as well as its own. The club forfeiting the
match must notify, at the earliest possible time, the Association Secretary, the Secretary of the opposing
team and the Secretary of the Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association.
(ii) Any club that is unable to field a team for both Saturdays of a scheduled two-day match, may play a oneday match (unscheduled) on the available Saturday. This is provided that the Secretary of the opposing
team agrees and such approvals have been sought at least seven (7) days prior to the scheduled date
of the match in question.
(f)
Clubs having private grounds are asked to make certain that clear travel directions are made available to
visiting teams.
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5. FIXTURES
5.1 Authority to Conduct Competitions.
(a) The Executive Committee shall be empowered to conduct competitions as are approved by the Executive
Committee from time to time and to frame such By-laws that may be necessary for the conduct of such fixtures.
(b) Summer Season:
Saturdays: Games may be of two (2) days or one (1) day duration as determined by the Executive Committee.
Where possible, a draw of games will be scheduled so that each team plays:
3 rounds
2 rounds
6 Team Grade
8 Team Grade
(c) Winter Season:
Saturdays: Games may be of two (2) days or one (1) day duration as determined by the Executive Committee.
Where possible, a draw of games will be scheduled so that each team plays:
2 rounds
6 Team Grade
(d) Sundays: Where possible, a draw of games will be scheduled so that teams play each other either once or twice.
5.2 Grading
(a) Grades will consist of the number of teams as decided by the Executive Committee on the recommendation of
the Grading Committee.
(b) The Executive Committee shall have the right to refuse to allow any player to play in any grade, if, in its opinion,
such player has a proven record of playing in a higher grade than is registered with Warehouse Cricket. Eg: it
is the policy of the Executive Committee that players who regularly play, or recently played
(c) The Executive Committee may at any time require a club with more than one team to select a player in a higher
grade.
(d) The Grading Committee, where possible, shall grade the premiership team at least one grade higher in the
next season’s fixtures.
(e) A forfeit in a higher grade may result in the loss of any points gained by a club’s lower grade teams in that
round of fixtures.
(f)
A competition of Junior players may be included in the Winter fixtures.
(g) Premier Players may not participate in B Grade or lower competitions. Premier Players are those who have played:
(i)
five or more games in any one season in 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade of Queensland Cricket District Cricket
competition in the past four years.
(ii) five or more games in any one season in A1, Warehouse Cricket in the past two years.
(iii) five or more games in any one season in any equivalent competition (e.g. Qld Country, interstate,
overseas) in the past four years.
(h) ‘A Grade players’ may not participate in C Grade or lower competitions. ‘A Grade players’ are those that have
played:
(i)
five or more games in any one season in 4th or 5th grade of Queensland Cricket District Cricket
competition in the past four years.
(ii) five or more games in any one season in an “A” Grade within Warehouse Cricket in the past two years.
(i) Any Premier Player who is has played in the 1st Grade of the Qld Cricket District Cricket Competition or higher,
in the past 4 years must play in the highest grade in the Warehouse Cricket competition (irrespective of north
or south competitions)
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Definition: Players cannot participate in “C” grade or lower competition if they meet the criteria as set out below.
GRADE DEFINITION
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That “A” Grade will consist of all grades between A1 and A4 inclusive.
That “B” Grade will include consist of all grades between B1 and B4 inclusive.
Note: These definitions are not exhaustive, given the broad range of competitions in Queensland and beyond.
The Executive may deem other players not covered by these definitions to be ineligible to play in B or C Grade
competitions, based on their recent playing history.
Note: It is the responsibility of each club to inform the Association of all relevant facts pertaining to their prospective
players at the time of registering players’ names; failure to do so will result in loss of points and/or fine.
Note: If the Secretary of a club wishes to seek exemption for any player to play below that stated in sections “g” &
“h, an application in writing must be submitted to the Secretary (or Statistician) of this Association by the Wednesday
before the match in which the player is required to play.
6. (UNALLOCATED)
7. MATCH RESULTS
7.1 Submitting Match Results:
via MyCricket (www.MyCricket.com)
(a) Clubs are required to enter match results for each match on MyCricket (www.MyCricket.com) within fifteen
(15) days from the completion of the match.
(b) Captains of all teams are required to complete a ground and Umpire assessment report as per “MyCricket”
(c) MyCricket must be updated for all scheduled fixtures, including finals; forfeits and rain abandoned games.
(d) MyCricket must show the names of participating players..
(e) The Executive Committee may impose a penalty where if (a) above is not complied with. (eg Points may not
be allocated. )
(f)
For a team receiving a forfeit and/or washed out game, the full list of intended players must be shown. As such
those players will be eligible for batting and bowling trophies and finals appearances.
(g) MyCricket can be updated and submitted by any authorized representative of the club.
(h) Penalty for non-compliance may lead to loss of points.
8. EQUIPMENT: REQUIRED FOR MATCHES
(a) Stumps: Each competing team shall supply three (3) plain wooden stumps, suitable for turf pitches (dome
shaped except for the bail groove) and two (2) bails.
Note: Steel toe and brass ferruled stumps are prohibited.
(b) Cricket Balls:
(i)
Cricket Balls must be colored red, of Australian origin. The ONLY brand of cricket ball approved for use is
the GABBA AUSSIE BRAND BALL.
Summer & Winter Saturday & Sunday A1 teams must use a 4 piece Gabba Brand cricket ball.
(ii) The use of a 2nd new ball is permitted in keeping with the Laws of Cricket namely, at any time after the
completion of 80 overs in any one innings.
(iii) The use of a two or four piece ball is optional, except in the Saturday & Sunday (Winter and Summer)
Premier Grades where a Four (4) piece ball is mandatory.
(c) Scorebooks:
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(i) Each team shall use scorebooks provided by Warehouse Cricket.
(ii) Scorebooks shall be maintained in a neat and tidy fashion.
(iii) At the conclusion of a match, both captains shall sign both books, after agreeing that these books are a
true record of the game.
(iv) Official Umpires shall sign both books after being satisfied both books agree.
(v) The captains will, before tossing, give each other a list of the team selected to play in the match. These
lists cannot be altered, except with the consent of the opposing captain and the Umpire must also be
informed.
9. DETERMINING FITNESS OF GROUND
Executive Committee Arrangements.
(a) At any time before the time scheduled for the commencement of play on any day allotted for the playing of a
match, the decision regarding the fitness of the wicket and ground, shall be in the hands of the Groundsman.
However, with Warehouse Cricket controlled grounds, that decision may be made in conjunction with the
Executive Committee.
If no groundsman is in attendance, or if the ground has been passed to the control of the Umpire, that is
presumed to occur 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start of play, then the decision shall be made by an
Official Umpire, or in his/her absence, by the Captains or Executive Committee member.
The Executive Committee reserves the right to cancel all matches scheduled, including those at Kianawah Park.
(b) Provided that, where it is apparent that a turf wicket or wickets may be unduly damaged by play after intervention
of rain, the Groundsman or Executive Committee member in attendance may approach the Officiating Umpire
with a request that the play be abandoned for the day. Umpires will be requested to carefully consider such
requests having regard only for the condition of the wicket.
(c) In the event of the first Saturday’s play of a normal two (2) day game being totally rained out, one-day game
conditions will apply to the following Saturday, as in Part 2, By-Law 2.
(d) The following conditions apply:
(i)
Home Ground Secretaries must advise the Secretary of their Opposition Team, the Secretary of Warehouse
Cricket and the Secretary of the Warehouse Umpires Cricket Association as soon as possible if wickets
are unplayable.
(ii) Wet weather information will be posted on the Warehouse Cricket Facebook page where possible.
(e) Any disputes concerning fitness of a particular ground will be settled by the Warehouse Cricket Umpires
Association umpire allocated to that game and if no umpire is allocated, the game will take place only if both
captains agree to play.
10. LIGHT APPEALS
Appeals against Light during Play.
Laws of Cricket - Fitness & Suspension of Play
(Law 3 Section 8/9)
(a) It is solely for the umpire/s to decide whether either conditions of ground, weather or light or exceptional
circumstances mean that it would be dangerous or unreasonable for play to take place.
(b) If at any time the Umpire considers that the conditions of the grounds, whether or light , or any other
circumstances are dangerous or unreasonable, they shall immediately suspend play, or not allow play to start
of recommence.
Notes of Change:
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The Umpires will no longer offer light to the batting side.
(a) Where a Badged Umpire is not officiating in a match, the Captains have responsibility under the Laws of Cricket
and in the spirit of the game, to consult prior to an innings commencing or during play regarding impending
weather conditions.
(b) Their consultations should decide on suspension or termination of play particularly where playing conditions
deteriorate. This decision is to be passed on to Player Umpires who are to be directed accordingly. The safety
of all players on the field is of paramount importance. Captains or Player-Umpires who act in a manner contrary
to the spirit of the game risk a penalty including either/or a fin/suspension and/or loss of points.
Note: It is not acceptable for any person to draw stumps to cause cessation of play other than by agreed
decisions of Captains and Player-Umpires.
11. ALLOCATION OF GROUNDS
Control of Grounds: All nominated grounds whether held by the Association or by affiliated clubs shall be under
the control of the Executive Committee for the purpose of allocation of fixtures. The responsibility for maintaining the
state of the wicket and grounds is with the affiliated club concerned.
12. GROUND SPECIFICATIONS
Details: The basic standard required for any ground nominated for use in a Warehouse Cricket Grade is as follows.
(a) Wicket Dimensions
Length
20.12 metres
Stump to stump
Width
3 meters
Synthetic Turf
Width
2 Strips
Turf
(b) Surface Conditions
Turf
Flat with no weeds
Synthetic Turf
With no tears, patches or cracked base
(c) Crease and Danger Area Markings: These shall be painted on synthetic turf wickets and marked on turf
wickets after preparation.
(d) Bowler’s Approach: These shall be flat, even with no step up.
(e) Outfield: This shall be well grassed with no holes, posts or other hazards.
(f) General: Easy access to ground with parking, water and toilet facilities.
Note: A ground, nominated for use in Warehouse Cricket competitions will not be accepted for use until it
passes inspection by the Grounds Committee of the Association.
LAWS OF CRICKET
All matches shall be played under the Laws of Cricket as recognized by Qld Cricket unless otherwise provided for in
these By-Laws. In cases of dispute, the Executive Committee, whose decisions shall be final, shall decide the matter
in question.
Cricket Australia Bowling Policy
(Bowling Restrictions)
Warehouse Cricket adopts Cricket Australia Policy for underage bowlers. Bowling restrictions apply as at current
date.
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U/12:
A maximum of 4 consecutive overs and 8 overs per day.
U/13:
A maximum of 4 consecutive overs for medium and fast paced bowlers and 8 overs per day
U/14:
A maximum of 5 consecutive overs for medium and fast paced bowlers and 10 overs per day
U/15:
A maximum of 5 consecutive overs for medium and fast paced bowlers and 12 overs per day
U/16
A maximum of 6 consecutive overs for medium and fast bowlers and 14 per day.
U/17
A maximum of 6 consecutive overs for medium and fast bowlers and 16 per day.
U/18
A maximum of 8 consecutive overs for medium and fast bowlers and 18 per day.
U/19
A maximum of 8 consecutive overs for medium and fast bowlers and 20 per day.
Notes:
(i) A bowler who has bowled a spell less than listed above may resume bowling prior to the necessary break as
defined above, but this will be considered as an extension of the same spell and the limit of overs outlined
above will still apply.
(ii) Rest periods between spells for underage bowlers (other than slow bowlers) will be:
•
Two Day Games = 60 minutes
•
One Day Game = 30 minutes
(Actual time - not playing time).
(iii) A bowler who has bowled a spell shorter than the Cricket Australia Junior Policy may resume bowling before
the 60 minute period has expired. This will be considered as an extension of the same spell and the limits will
then apply. The break within the spell is disregarded.
(iv) Spinners/slow bowlers: May bowl their daily allocation in one spell.
13. RULES OF CRICKET NOTES
Some additional information based on changes to Laws of Cricket in recent years (or as amended)
LAW 1.11 - THE BALL – MODE OF DELIVERY
Law 24.1 will apply except that the bowler may not deliver the ball underarm. If a bowler bowls a ball underarm, the
Umpire shall call and signal “Dead Ball” and the ball is to be re-bowled overarm. The Umpire at the bowler’s end
shall call and signal “NO BALL” if a ball which the Umpire considers to have been delivered:
(i) bounces more than twice or
(ii) rolls along the ground or
(iii) comes to rest before reaching the popping crease
before it reaches the striker or, if not otherwise played by the striker, before it reaches the popping crease. If the ball
comes to rest in such circumstances, the Umpire will call “NOBALL” and Law 25.3 shall apply.
BATSMAN DAMAGING THE PITCH
In the event of batsman damaging the pitch, the Umpire at the bowler’s end shall follow the procedures of caution and
final warning etc. Should the warning prove ineffective, the Umpire shall intervene without appeal by calling and signal
“DEAD BALL” after the completion of one (1) run, disallow any runs and return the batsmen to their original end.
LAW 2.8 FIELDSMAN LEAVING THE FIELD
No fielder shall leave the field or return to the field during a session of play without the consent of the umpire at the
bowler’s end. The umpire’s consent is also necessary if a substitute is required for a fielder at the start of play or
when he/she returns to the field after the interval. If a member of the fielding side leaves the field or fails to return
after an interval and is absent from the field for longer than 15 minutes:
§ The player shall not be permitted to bowl in the innings after his return until he/she has been on the field for at
least the length of playing time for which he/she was absent. In the event of a follow-on, this restriction will, if
necessary continue into the 2nd innings.
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§ The player shall not be permitted to bat, unless or until, in aggregate, he/she has returned to the field and/
or the side’s innings has been in progress for at least that length of playing time for which he/she has been
absent, or, if earlier, when the side has lost five (5) wickets.
Note: The restriction of (i.) and (ii.) will not apply if the player has suffered an external blow (as opposed to any
internal injury such as a pulled muscle) whilst participating earlier in the match and consequently been forced off
the field.
•
Nor shall it apply if the player has been absent for exceptional and wholly acceptable reasons (other than injury
or illness) and consent for a substitute has been granted by the opposing captain.
•
This restriction will not apply at the commencement of a new day’s play.
Note: In the event of a fieldsman already being off the field, at the commencement of an interruption in play through
ground, weather or light conditions, he/she shall be allowed to count any such stoppage time as playing time,
provided that he/she personally informs the Umpire when he/she is fit enough to take the field had play been in
progress.
SUBSTITUTES AND RUNNERS
(a) If the umpires are satisfied that a nominated player has been injured or become ill since the nomination of the
players, they shall allow that player to have
(i) a substitute acting for him in the field.
(ii) a runner when batting.
(b) Any injury or illness that occurs at any time after the nomination of the players until the conclusion of the match
shall be allowable, irrespective of whether play is in progress or not.
(c) The umpires shall have discretion to allow, for other wholly acceptable reasons, a substitute fielder or a runner
to act for a nominated player, at the start of the match, or at any subsequent time.
(d) A player wishing to change his shirt, boots, etc. shall leave the field to do so. No substitute shall be allowed
for him.
RUNNER - (updated 01/09/2013)
A runner may continue to be utilized in the situation where a player has been injured during that game,
notwithstanding the rule applying in international cricket and adopted by the Brisbane Grade Committee.
The player acting as a runner for a batsman shall be a member of the batting side and shall, if possible, have
already batted in that innings. The runner shall wear external protective equipment equivalent to that worn by the
batsman for whom he runs and shall carry a bat.
UNFAIR PLAY (movement of fielders)
Any significant movement off line (towards the striker) or in depth by a fielder once the Bowler commences his/her
run-up should be considered unfair and the Umpire can take action under Law 42.3 (Unfair play).
A wicketkeeper standing “back” who moves up to the stumps would clearly be significant movement.
SCORING OF NO BALLS:
A No Ball shall count as
1 Run + the runs scored.
SCORING OF WIDES:
A Wide shall count as
1 Run + the runs scored.
BOUNDARY LINE: (practical effect of rule changes)
Where a “fence” or other object (eg: Sight Screen) is deemed to form part of the boundary, the boundary line be
the base of that object (a line on the ground).
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If any fielder leans on the fence whilst fielding the ball then a boundary is scored.
•
If a fielder leans on the fence whilst taking a catch then a “6” is scored.
(No part of the fielder’s body can touch the fence whilst either catching or fielding a ball).
CATCH OFF THE GLOVE
A batsman may be given out if the ball touches ANY part of the glove holding the bat and the ball is then caught.
(note: whether or not that part of the glove is above the wrist of the hand holding the bat.)
See Summary of changes to Laws of Cricket as published.
JUNIOR PLAYERS
(U/16 GRADES AND BELOW)
MINIMUM FIELDING DISTANCES
No junior cricketer is to field closer than 10 metres from the popping crease of the batsman on strike except in the
area 90 degrees on the offside from point to the wicket-keeper for ages up to and including U/14 players.
For U/15 & U/16 players, fielders may come within 10 metres but not closer than 5 metres provided they wear
protective gear: ie a helmet and a protector.
Note: If these rules are contravened, a No Ball shall be called.
NEW REGULATIONS IN 2013
(See ALSO Runner on previous page)
Law Applying to “MandKad” (Law 42.15 - Bowler attempting to run-out a non-striker)
This rule shall apply except that:
Law 42.15 [bowler attempting to run out non-striker] shall apply except that before attempting to run out a nonstriker the batting team shall first be given a warning by the umpire for passing the popping crease before the bowler
has entered their delivery stride. The fielding captain must request a warning, which can be upheld or not upheld
by the umpire. If the request is upheld, both not out batsman and any subsequent batsman shall be advised of the
warning upon coming to the wicket.
At the next lunch or tea interval, the batting captain shall also be advised of the warning.
The warning applies until the completion of the innings. Note: The changed regulation for the competition is once per innings. The umpire can either uphold or not uphold
any request for a warning.
Regulation 29 = NO BALL (Breaking of Stumps by Bowler on Delivery)
Breaking the stumps during the act of a delivery shall be a no ball. (Note: this does not include bowler attempting
to run out the non-striker under Law 42.15)
15. GENERAL INFORMATION.
(e) Owing to fencing arrangements made by the Brisbane City Council at Marchant Park on the perimeter of the
grounds, vehicle parking is restricted to outside the park.
Marchant Park No. 9
Marchant Park No. 8
(f)
Park on Ellison Roador Murphy Road
Park on Ellison Road
Warehouse Cricket Ground Bookings for other than Fixture matches:
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(g) Contact: Laurence Christie on 3204-2020
(h) Club Secretaries are requested to advise members of their club that they should refrain from contacting
Association Officers at their places of employment unless the matter is important.
These rules shall take effect as from 01 April 2016
The Gabba Aussie
Ball is the
exclusive
cricket ball
bowled in
Warehouse
Cricket
competitions.
SPIRIT OF CRICKET
All players in Warehouse Cricket
competitions are subject to the
conditions governing the rules of cricket
and the Preamble covering the Spirit of
the Game of Cricket.
All players are expected to acknowledge
the Code of Conduct as printed in
individual handbooks and Team
Scorebooks.
Thank you to
IN APPRECIATION
our Canteen
Thank you to
To All Our
Groundstaff
Operators
Karen & Warren Finegan
Who look after 12 Turf
wickets and 12 synthetic
wickets at Marchant Park,
Kianawah Park and
7th Brigade Park
at Kianawah Park
Warehouse Cricket
Anne & Daniel Pasikowski
at Marchant Park
& 7th Brigade Park
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION PART 2 – WINTER SUNDAY COMPETITION BY-LAWS
RULES APPLYING TO WAREHOUSE CRICKET
WINTER SUNDAY COMPETITIONS
EFFECTIVE 01 APRIL 2016
SEE SEPARATE FILES FOR
• GENERAL RULES
• SATURDAY COMPETITIONS
• CODE OF BEHAVIOUR
1. HOURS AND CONDITIONS OF PLAY
1.1 Hours of Play
a.
b.
Morning Session
10.00 a.m.
to
1.15 p.m.
Interval
1.15 p.m.
to
1.45 p.m.
Afternoon Session
1.45 p.m.
to
5.00 p.m.
Where play is delayed or interrupted, the Umpires will vary the length of the interval as follows.
Time Lost
Interval
Up to 60 minutes
30 minutes
Between 60 & 120 minutes
20 minutes
More than 120 minutes
10 minutes
c.
Should the innings of the team batting first terminate prior to 12.00 midday, the innings of the team batting
second shall commence after the usual 10 minute interval. Otherwise, the lunch interval shall be taken
immediately after the close of the innings.
At the conclusion of the lunch interval (maximum of 30 minutes), the team batting second, shall commence
its innings.
1.2 Length of Innings - Uninterrupted Match:
a.
Each team shall bat for 50 (6-ball) overs, unless sooner dismissed.
b.
If the team fielding first fails to bowl 50 overs by the scheduled time for the interval, the innings of the team
batting second shall be limited to the same number of overs as they have delivered.
c.
If the team batting first is dismissed in less than 50 overs, the team batting second shall be entitled to bat for
the full 50 overs. This is subject to (d) below.
d.
If the last wicket falls at, or after the time for the interval, but during an over commenced before this time, the
team batting second shall be entitled to receive the same number of overs as they have delivered; fractions
of overs count as full overs for this purpose.
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e.
If the team fielding second fails to bowl the target number of overs (as defined in a, b, c & d) by the
scheduled time for cessation of play, the hours of play shall be extended until the required number of overs is
bowled, a result is achieved or weather conditions intervene.
1.3 Length of Innings – Interrupted/delayed Match
The calculation of the number of overs to be bowled shall be on the basis of 15 overs per hour. In all
calculations below, fractions of overs count as full overs.
a.
For any match in which the start is delayed by weather, the compulsory closure time shall be adjusted on a
pro-rata basis to the available playing time. This means the interval will occur midway in the time available to
play. The target number of overs shall be reduced on the basis of one over for each four (4) minutes or part
thereof, lost from the time available for the first innings.
b.
In the event of an interruption to play in the first innings, once started, the innings target number of overs will
be reduced by the result of apportioning overs to time lost on the same basis. The interval will be taken as
originally scheduled in 1.1 or as rearranged in 1.3 (b) – in the event that the start has already been delayed.
c.
If the team fielding first fails to bowl the target number of overs by the scheduled time for the interval, the
innings of the team batting second shall be limited to the same number of overs as they have delivered.
d.
If the team fielding second fails to bowl the target number of overs (as defined in (a), (b) & (c) by the
scheduled time for cessation of play, the hours of play shall be extended until the required number of overs is
bowled, a result is achieved, or weather conditions intervene.
e.
If the team batting first is dismissed in less than the maximum overs, (normally 50 overs), the team batting
second shall be entitled to bat for the maximum number of overs. The team batting second shall not bat for a
greater number of overs than their opponents, except for this case. (see 1.2 d)
f.
If the innings of the team batting second is delayed or interrupted and it is not possible for that team to bat
for the calculated number of overs, the overs to be bowled shall be reduced on the basis of 1.3 (a).
g.
For any interrupted or delayed match, if it is not possible for each team to bat for at least 25 overs each, then
the match will be abandoned as a Draw. This does not apply if either team is dismissed in less than 25 overs
or the team batting second achieves its target for victory in less than 25 overs.
h.
If play is abandoned after 25 overs are bowled in the second innings of the match, but before a result has
been achieved, the result shall be determined by comparing the actual run rate of the team batting second
with the target run rate as calculated at the end of the first innings. These calculations shall be made to one
decimal place, so that 5.1 and 5.14 are the same, but 5.15 is the same as 5.2.
1.4 Number of Overs per Bowler
a.
No bowler shall bowl more than ten (10) overs in any innings.
b.
In a delayed or interrupted match, the maximum number of overs permitted to each bowler (who has not at
that stage used his allocated overs) will be a total of one-fifth of the nearest multiple of five greater than the
new innings target number of overs.
c.
In the event of a bowler breaking down and being unable to finish an over, another bowler, legally entitled to
bowl shall complete the over. For the purpose of counting the number of overs delivered by a bowler, any part
over counts as a full over by each bowler. Such overs must be carefully annotated on each scoresheet.
1.5 No Balls
a.
Law 24.1 & 42.9 of the Laws of Cricket apply except that no bowler may deliver the ball underarm.
b.
Either umpire shall call and signal a No Ball in the following instances:
(i)
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If the ball passes, or would have passed above the shoulder height of a striker standing upright at the
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(ii) If the ball bounces more than twice on the batting pitch or stops before reaching the popping crease at
the strikers end or does not rise.
(iii) All full pitched balls (all bowlers) above waist height.
(iv) A Free-hit (along with relevant fielding and batting provisions) will apply to All No-balls in a restricted
over match.
Only the bowler’s end Umpire shall call No-Ball, if the ball passes on the full above the waist height of a batsman
standing upright at the crease.
1.6 Wide Ball – Judging a Wide
Umpires are instructed to apply a very strict and consistent interpretation in regard to this law in one-day games in
order to prevent negative bowling wide of the wicket.
•
LEG-SIDE: A ball which pitches outside the line of the leg-side danger area indicator (a line drawn
30 cm from the middle stump) and continues to move down the legside, as a guide, should be called a
wide.
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OFF-SIDE: A ball which passes the batsman outside the line of the off-side maker (a line drawn 75 cm
from the off Stump), as a guide, should be called a wide.
The above provisions do not apply if the striker makes contact with the ball.
1.7 Leg Side Fielding Limitation
No more than five fielders are allowed on the leg side at the instant of delivery in a one-day game, with not more
than two fielders behind the popping crease.
1.8 The Result
a.
A result can only be achieved if each side has batted for at least 25 overs, as stated. If no result is achieved,
or if no play occurs, a drawn match shall be the outcome.
b.
In matches in which a result can be achieved, and in which each team has had the opportunity of batting for
the target number of overs, the winner shall be the team scoring the highest number of runs. If, in this case,
the scores are level, the result will be a Tie and no account shall be taken of the number of wickets lost.
c.
In matches for which a result can be achieved, and in which the team batting second has not had the
opportunity to bat for the target number of overs and has neither been dismissed nor passed its opponent’s
score, the result shall be decided on the average run rate throughout each innings, subject to:
(i)
(ii) If play is abandoned in these circumstances, apply By-Laws 1.3 (i)
If, due to an interruption in play during the innings of the team batting second, the target number of
overs is reduced. The target number of runs required for victory shall be the average run rate multiplied
by the new target number of overs. For this purpose, the target score is calculated to the nearest whole
number, so that for example, 199.4 become 199 but 199.5 become 200. This is subject to:
Eg:• Using a 50 over innings: (2nd innings reduced to 20 overs)
Note: eg: Where first team bats through innings.
Team batting first
= 250 runs in 50 overs = 5.00
Team batting second = 102 runs in 20 overs = 5.10
•
Using a 50 over innings: (Game washed out after 25 overs in 2nd innings)
Where team does not bat through innings. (all out)
Team batting first = 150 runs in 30 overs = 3.00
Team batting second =   90 runs in 25 overs = 3.60
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d.Premiership: Refer to By-Law 2 (a)
e.
Where there is no badged umpire in attendance, each captain should sign the opposition’s scorebook at the
end of the game to confirm the result.
2. DETERMINING OF FINALISTS & SEMI-FINALISTS
ORDER OF MERIT:
a.
If two (2) teams are equal on points or if more than the set number of semi-finalists are in contention for the
semi-finals by virtue of their fixture point scores, semi-finalists in order of merit will be determined as follows:
(i) numbers of wins, then
(ii) net run rate (as outlined on MyCricket)
b.
For an eight team grade (or larger) the four semi-finalists shall be the four (4) teams with the highest number
of fixture points. (1 v 4) & (2 v 3)
c.
For a six-team grade, minor premiers will move directly to the final. Semi-finalists (teams 2 & 3) will play for
the right to play in the final.
3. PLAYING OF SEMI-FINAL & FINAL
a.
Semi-finals: In the case of a semi-final being abandoned prior to the start of play, the teams leading each
semi-final will move to the finals.
b.
In the case of a semi-final being a TIE, the team leading into that semi-final will move to the finals.
c.
Finals: In the case of a final being abandoned prior to the start of play, the minor premiers will be Premiers.
d.
Venue: To be determined by the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee reserves the right to alter
the venue for any semi-final or final at any time prior to the normal starting time of the match.
e.
Hours of Play: as for normal fixtures. (Rule 1.1 (a))
f.
Pitches: Pitches for use in semi-finals and finals may be covered at the Grounds-man’s discretion or on
application to the Executive Committee.
g.
Eligibility: Refer to Part 1 - 2.1.1
Note: In circumstances where semi-finals cannot be programmed, teams 1 & 2 will proceed direct to the final.
(eg: If fifteen (15) fixtures are programmed and/or Easter falls early.)
4. DETERMINATION OF PREMIERS
Determination of Premiers if Play takes place in the Final.
a.
The team securing a win shall be declared premiers. If a match is drawn, then the team leading on points at
the end of fixtures (minor premiers) or as determined by 2.(a) shall be declared premiers.
b.
If the result of the Final is a Tie, then Joint Premiers shall be declared.
5. PREMIERSHIP POINTS SCORE
In deciding premierships, points shall count as follows.
Win
6 points
Draw or Tie
3 points
Loss
0 points
No bonus points shall apply to Sunday Games
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Note: In the event of a forfeit, the team receiving the forfeit shall receive the maximum number of points awarded
in that grade for that fixture and as its run rate for that fixture the maximum rate achieved in that grade for that
fixture.
a.
If for any reason, the result of a game is declared void by the Warehouse Executive, the result is not
automatically reversed, except at the discretion of the Warehouse Executive.
6. TROPHIES – ELIGIBILITY
BATTING:
a.
To be considered for a Sunday competition batting trophy, a player must have been included in the team, (ie
on the abstract) for four (4) fixtures in that season. In addition, the player must have scored at least 120 runs.
BOWLING
b.
To be considered for a Sunday competition bowling trophy, a player must have been included in the team, (ie
on the abstract) for 4 (4) fixtures in that season. In addition, the player must have bowled at least 148 balls.
c.
In the event of a team withdrawing from, or failing to complete the season’s program of matches, no player in
that team shall be eligible for a trophy.
d.
No player in any club shall be eligible for a trophy, if at the end of a season, that club is indebted to
Warehouse Cricket, or to any club affiliated with Warehouse Cricket.
EFFECTIVE 1ST APRIL 2016
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Summer Sunday competition. If you need a loan, talk to Simon.
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION PART 3 – JUDICIARY AND CODE OF BEHAVIOUR
CODE OF BEHAVIOUR
(APPLYING TO ALL WAREHOUSE CRICKET COMPETITIONS)
THIS CODE OF BEHAVIOUR IS EFFECTIVE 01 APRIL 2016
SEE SEPARATE FILES FOR
• GENERAL RULES
• SATURDAY COMPETITIONS
• SUNDAY COMPETITIONS
JUDICIARY
a.
The Executive Committee shall appoint a Judiciary Committee comprised of members
recommended by clubs at the Annual General Meeting and one (1) member of the
Executive Committee. A Judiciary Committee Panel shall normally be comprised of
three (3) members, with a minimum of two (2) members including a member of the Executive Committee.
The Judiciary Committee will only have power to hear complaints in relation to the misconduct of players
and/or clubs, as directed by the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall settle all other matters
relating to Warehouse Cricket which may be submitted for adjudication.
b.
Any Club referring a dispute to the Executive Committee for adjudication, shall forward a clear statement in
writing, signed by the Club Secretary or accredited Club representative, to the Secretary of the Association,
setting out the matter of the dispute. This may also be in the form of a statement on the team abstract. The
statement should include details which specifically state names of offending players, nature of the incident,
names of witnesses, date, time and if possible, should be corroborated by statements from officiating
Umpires. This statement must be forwarded to the Secretary of the Association as soon as possible after
the completion of the match in which the incident occurred. The Secretary of the Association immediately
upon receipt of such notice of dispute shall refer the matter to the Commissioner for subsequent attention
and if required shall notify all relevant parties when the matter may be dealt with. Should a player, member
of a club or a club, be requested to attend a Judiciary Committee meeting as an alleged offender or to give
evidence, it will be compulsory for such entity to attend a hearing. If the alleged offender fails to attend, a
penalty involving a fine or suspension may be imposed and remain in effect until the Judiciary Committee or
Executive Committee request is complied with.
c.
In the event of a member of the Executive Committee or Judiciary Committee being a member of any of the
clubs involved in any complaint or dispute, this member shall withdraw from the Committee while the dispute
is being dealt with. In the event of such withdrawal from the Judiciary Committee, the Secretary in liaison
with the Chairperson of the Executive Committee will arrange for a replacement from the Panel accepted by
the Executive Committee following the Annual General Meeting.
d.
Any person, team or club upon whom a penalty is imposed by the Judiciary Committee, and ratified by the
Executive Committee of Warehouse Cricket, has the right of appeal to the Warehouse Cricket Association
(Qld). Such appeals must be lodged within fourteen (14) days of the written notification received from the
Secretary of the Warehouse Cricket Association (Qld).
e.
It is the policy of the Executive Committee to hear disputes and charges as soon as possible after a report is
received.
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1.1 CODE OF BEHAVIOUR
The captains are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the spirit of the game as well as
the Laws of Cricket.
DEFINITION OF ASSAULT
“A person who strikes, touches or moves, or otherwise applies force of any kind to the person of another either
directly or indirectly, without consent, or who by any bodily act or gesture attempts or threatens to apply force
of any kind to the person of another without his/her consent, under such circumstances that the person making
the attempt or threat is actually or apparently a person of ability to effect his/her purpose, is said to assault that
other person and the act is called assault”.
a.
Players, officials or club members must not assault or attempt to assault an umpire, another player or a
spectator.
b.
Players, officials or club members must not react with unnecessary obvious dissention, displeasure or
disapproval towards an umpire, his/her decision, or generally, following an umpiring decision.
c.
Players, officials or club members must not use crude, racist and/or abusive language, or otherwise engage
in conduct commonly known as “sledging”. An umpire would be expected to caution the player and advise
the captain of his/her concern before reporting any player for this type of behaviour.
d.
Players, officials or club members must not indulge in conduct detrimental to the game, or the spirit of the
game.
e.
Players, officials or club members must in no way use crude or abusive hand signals whether directed to
another player or an umpire or a member of the public.
f.
Players, officials or club members must not engage in public acts of misconduct, or unruly public behaviour
whilst representing their club or the Association.
g.
A player must not consume alcohol during the actual hours of play during the match in which he or she
plays. Play is not deemed finished until bails have been lifted to signal the end of a day’s play. Umpires,
badged or otherwise, will report offending players and clubs to the Executive Committee so that disciplinary
action can be taken.
h.
Players must only wear and use approved clothing, equipment, and standard of dress and footwear. The
wearing or display of an unauthorized logo is not permitted. An umpire would be expected to caution a player
and advise the captain of his/her concern as to the player’s standard of dress and use of equipment before
reporting any players for a breach of this rule.
1.2 Method of Handling Breaches of the Code of Behaviour
a.
An alleged breach of the Code of Behaviour may be reported by:
(i)
(ii) Either or both Umpires.
(iii) The Secretary of the club/s participating in the match in which the alleged breach occurs; or
(iv) Any member of the Executive Committee.
b.
Where an umpire wishes to report an alleged breach of the Code of Behaviour, he/she shall, at the end of
the match, complete the prescribed Umpire’s Report Form and shall forward a copy of the report, together
with any further written submission, to the Secretary of Warehouse Cricket, not more than 72 hours after the
completion of the match.
c.
Where an Umpire reports an alleged breach of the Code of Behaviour, he/she shall at the end of the match,
A player participating in the particular match in which the alleged breach occurs.
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advise the captain of the relevant team that a particular player/s has/have been mentioned in the match
report which is being forwarded to the Secretary of Warehouse Cricket.
d.
Where a player or official as outlined above wishes to report an alleged breach of the Code of Behaviour, he/
she shall forward a written submission to the Secretary not later than 72 hours after the end of the day’s
play.
e.
The Executive Committee will, at its August meeting each year and at such other times as may be necessary
to fill a casual vacancy, appoint a person to the position of Warehouse Cricket Commissioner (“The
Commissioner”) who will be responsible for receiving and investigating any alleged breach of the Code
of Behaviour. The Commissioner shall take such action, as he/she considers appropriate on any alleged
breach including the referral of any matters to the Conduct Committee, in which event, the Commissioner
will prosecute the matter before the Conduct Committee. The Commissioner may decide not to prosecute
what he/she considers a minor matter, but will notify the person reported of the receipt of the report. The
Commissioner will furnish a report to each regular meeting of the Executive Committee.
f.
Members of the Conduct Committee shall not be representative of the club or clubs involved in the hearing.
g.
Non-adherence to the foregoing regulations does not preclude the Conduct Committee from hearing any
case, whether reported or not, providing that in all such cases the principles of natural justice apply and
the player/s alleged to have committed a breach of the Code of Behaviour is/are not in any way unfairly
disadvantaged by the failure to adhere to the regulations.
h.
The Conduct Committee may impose any penalties it may think fit in accordance with Section 11.4 of these
rules. The player or players are not permitted to participate in any Warehouse Cricket competition and/or any
Warehouse Representative Fixtures until the penalty has been met, or an appeal against such finding and/or
severity of the sentence has been adjudged by the Appeals Committee which shall meet with all due haste.
i.
There shall be an Appeals Committee which is a sub-committee of the Executive Committee:
(i)
(ii) The Appeals Committee shall be responsible for receiving all appeals from the decision of the Conduct
Committee;
(iii) The Appeals Committee shall hear and determine each appeal by reference only to all documentary
and written evidence presented to the hearing before the Conduct Committee and shall receive from
all interested parties written submissions only with respect to the evidence and submissions presented
before an initial hearing;
(iv) The appeal shall not constitute a rehearing;
(v) Any new or additional evidence shall be received by the Appeals Committee only at the discretion of the
Appeals Committee;
(vi) There shall be no right of appearance before the Appeals Committee by the player and/or his/her
representative. However, the player and/or his/her representative shall only have the right to call any
additional oral evidence by being given leave to do so by a majority of the Appeals Committee;
(vii) The Appeals Committee shall, in each case, refer its decision and recommendation to the next meeting
of the Executive Committee for ratification.
j.
Should an appeal subsequently be upheld, any suspension or penalty shall be deemed to be invalid.
k.
In the event that a Conduct Committee hearing cannot be completed before the start of a relevant match, the
Conduct Committee may make such interim rulings as it deems appropriate including the interim suspension
of a player.
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The membership of the Appeals Committee shall be appointed from time to time by the Executive
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1.3 Formation of the Conduct Committee and Appeals Committee
a.
The Conduct Committee shall consist of three members, at least two of whom are drawn from outside the
Executive Committee.
b.
A pool of not less than twelve (12) club representatives shall be nominated at the Annual General Meeting each
year and then appointed by the Executive Committee at its August meeting, to form the Conduct Committee as
and when that Committee shall be required to meet. Any club with two or more teams in any Warehouse Cricket
competition shall be required to nominate a Representative to sit on the Conduct Committee.
c.
A current member of the Executive Committee shall chair the Conduct Committee. However, should there
be an appeal to the Appeals Committee from any decision of the Conduct Committee, the Chairman of such
Conduct Committee shall be ineligible to sit on any hearing of any such appeal.
d.
The Conduct Committee shall consist of the chairman and two others who are drawn from the clubs
participating in the Warehouse Cricket competition and are selected in accordance with the procedure set out
in paragraph b above.
e.
In selecting the Conduct Committee for a particular hearing, in any case involving the charge of assault,
the Secretary shall where possible, select from club Representatives who have previously been involved in
Conduct Committee hearings.
f.
No member of a club or clubs involved in a hearing, shall be qualified to sit on the Conduct Committee and/or
Appeals Committee involved in that particular hearing, nor shall any member of the Conduct Committee and/
or the Appeals Committee be qualified to sit on a particular hearing should he/she feel that they are unable
for any particular reason to deliberate on the matter impartially and with absolute objectivity.
g.
The Appeals Committee shall consist of not less than five members, all of whom shall be drawn from the
Executive Committee.
h.
The Appeals Committee shall appoint a Chairman at the commencement of the hearing of an appeal.
1.4 Penalties
a.
Should any player, official or club member commit any breach of the Code of Behaviour, the Conduct
Committee may fine the offender, suspend him/her from further play, or otherwise deal with the person at its
discretion. No player, official or club member who is found guilty of a breach of the Code of Behaviour shall
receive penalties in excess of those maximum penalties which are set out in the schedule at the end of these
rules.
b.
It shall be open to the Conduct Committee in the exercise of its discretion to hand down a suspended
sentence in appropriate circumstances.
1.5 Time for Appeals
Any player, official or club member upon whom a penalty is imposed by the Conduct Committee, must lodge an
appeal within fourteen (14) days of the date of the decision should the player concerned have been present when
the decision was given, or within fourteen (14) days of the date of the letter from the Secretary advising of the
decision should the player concerned not have been present at the hearing before the Conduct Committee.
A fee of $50.00 is to accompany the lodgment of any such appeal. This fee will only be refunded in the event of
the appeal being successful.
1.6 Procedure Prior to Hearings before the Conduct Committee
a.
The Commissioner shall advise the Secretary that a hearing before the Conduct Committee is required and
the Secretary shall select a Conduct Committee for a hearing.
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b.
The player charged with a breach of the Code of Behaviour will be advised of the date the report was
received by the Secretary and of the precise nature of the alleged breach of the Code of Behaviour and will
be supplied with copies of all reports and other written material being relied upon by the Commissioner.
c.
The Secretary will set the place, date and time of the hearing and will advise the player and the members
of the Conduct Committee of such details in writing. If at all possible, the date of the hearing will be the
Wednesday before the start of next fixture.
d.
In advising the player as to the place, date and time of the hearing, the Secretary will also inform the player
that if he/she intends to defend the charge he should arrange for the attendance of witnesses. In appropriate
cases, the Conduct Committee shall consider a request by the player for an adjournment of the hearing, but
before considering such request the player should be made aware of the power of the Conduct Committee to
impose an interim ruling pursuant to Section 11.2 sub-paragraph (k) of these rules.
1.7 Procedure at Hearings before the Conduct Committee
1.7.1 Representation:
a.
The Commissioner will prosecute the charge. It is the Commissioner who will receive the initial complaint in
the form of the report and carry the responsibility of investigation and determine whether the matter should
be prosecuted before the Conduct Committee.
b.
(i)
(ii) There will be no automatic entitlement to representation by a Solicitor or Barrister or para-legal person,
though, in appropriate circumstances, the Chairman of the committee may permit such representation.
(iii) A determination of “appropriate circumstances” shall be at the discretion of the Chairman of the
Committee, in consultation with other members of the committee. Any serious allegation involving
potential civil action, criminal charges or circumstances of aggravation which are likely to impact on
the ability of any professional or semi-professional player to earn income, are examples (though this
is not an exhaustive list) of circumstances where the player, may with the leave of the Chairman of the
committee, appear with legal representation.
(iv) The Umpire involved in reporting the incident shall be entitled to be represented by an advocate
appointed by the Executive Committee of the Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association, provided such
advocate is not a solicitor or barrister or para-legal person.
c.
Umpires advocate – any umpire involved in the hearing shall be entitled to have present throughout the
hearing an umpire’s advocate whose role shall be:
(i)
(ii) To provide expert comment as required in relation to the Laws of Cricket; and
(iii) To report back to the Warehouse Cricket Umpires Association on the outcome of hearings.
The player shall be automatically entitled to representation by a member of the Executive Committee of
his club (provided that person is not a Solicitor or Barrister)
To advise and assist the reporting umpire and particularly any new an/or inexperienced umpire during
the course of the hearing and in preparation for it:
1.7.2 Procedure:
a.
The Commissioner and members of the Committee will be introduced to the player.
b.
The issue of representation will be discussed.
c.
The player will be advised that the proceedings are conducted pursuant to the Code of Behaviour and
procedures under Section 11.1 and 11.2 of the Rules of the Warehouse Cricket Association and of all
relevant requirements specified by those sections with regard to:
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(i)
who may report an alleged breach;
(ii) what that person must do to properly lodge the report; and
(iii) The role of the Commissioner and the role of the Conduct Committee.
d.
The player appearing before the Conduct Committee will be advised as to the date the report was received by
the Commissioner and of the precise nature of the alleged breach of the Code of Behaviour.
e.
The player will be advised of any club allegiances of the members of the Conduct Committee hearing the
matter and will be asked to comment as to whether he/she has any specific objection to the composition of
the committee.
f.
The player will be advised of the procedure to be adopted.
(i)
(ii) The player will be asked by the chairman of the Conduct Committee to plead the charge.
g.
In the event that the player charged with a breach of the Code of Behaviour pleads “not guilty”:-
(i)
(ii) The player (or his/her representative) then presents his/her evidence and calls such witnesses as he/
she requires.
(iii) Those giving evidence shall be subject to questioning from any member of the Conduct Committee.
There shall be no cross-examination from the player and/or his/her representatives to any umpire
or other witnesses presented by the Commissioner nor shall there be any cross examination by the
Commissioner and/or Umpire’s advocate to the player or his/her witnesses, unless in either case this
is permitted by the authority of the Conduct Committee. If cross-examination is not permitted a player
or his/her representatives or the Commissioner or Umpires Advocate may request the Chairman to
submit questions to any witness. Such a matter will be at the discretion of the Chairman of the Conduct
Committee.
(iv) The player (or his/her representative) then makes his/her submissions and summarizes his/her case.
Any such submissions are to include submissions on penalty.
(v) The Commissioner makes his/her final submissions and summarizes his/her case. Any such
submissions are to include submissions on penalty.
(vi) The Conduct Committee then decides whether a breach of the Code of Behaviour has been established.
(vii) If the Committee decides that a breach of the Code of Behaviour has been established, then
submissions on penalty will be invited as if the player had pleaded “guilty”;
(viii) A player’s “history” shall be taken into account when deciding penalty.
(ix) The Conduct Committee advises the player of its decision and as to the player’s rights of appeal.
(x) At the conclusion of the hearing, the Conduct Committee through its Chairman will furnish a report to
the Executive Committee. The report will consist of the following details.
The report will be formally presented by the Commissioner as will any other written material submitted
to the Commissioner.
The Commissioner presents the evidence and expands upon, to the extent necessary, the matters
raised in the report.
• Date of the Hearing
• Name of the person reported
• Committee composition
•Charge
•Result.
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET CODE OF CONDUCT & PENALTIES
NOTE (REPEAT OFFENDING)
SHOULD A PLAYER BE FOUND TO HAVE BREACHED THE CODE OF BEHAVIOUR AT THE SAME LEVEL
MORE THAN ONCE IN A SEASON, THEN THE PLAYER SHALL BE SUBJECT TO A HIGHER LEVEL OF
PENALTY
LEVEL 1 OFFENSES
Level of Offence & Penalties
LEVEL 1 PENALTY
Official reprimand and ban of up to:
1 * Two Day Match or 2 limited over (50 over, 35 over and T20) matches.
All players, and where applicable, officials must not:
Rule
Guidelines
Number 1.1
Abuse Cricket equipment or
clothing, ground equipment
or fixtures and fittings
Includes actions outside the course of normal cricket actions such as hitting or
kicking the wickets and actions intentionally or negligently result in damage to
advertising boards, boundary fences, dressing rooms or changing facilities, or
any other fixtures and fittings.
Number 1.2
Show dissent at an umpire’s
decision by action or verbal
abuse
Includes excessive, obvious disappointment with an umpire’s decision or with an
umpire making the decision and obvious delay in resuming play or leaving the
wicket.
Note – This rule does not prohibit the bowler involved in the decision or the team
captain from asking the umpire to provide an explanation for a decision or a
team official from making a formal complaint.
Number 1.3
Use Language that is
obscene, offensive, insulting
and/or the making of an
obscene gesture
This includes swearing and offensive gestures which are not directed at another
person such as swearing in frustration at one’s own poor performance
Note – This offence is not intended to penalize trivial behavior. The extent as to
which such behavior is likely to give offense shall be taken into account when
assessing the seriousness of the breach.
Number 1.4
Engage in excessive
appealing
Excessive appealing shall mean repeated appealing when the bowler/fielder
knows the batsman is not out with the intention of placing the umpire under
pressure. It is not intended to prevent loud or enthusiastic appealing; however
the practice of celebrating or assuming a dismissal before the decision has been
given, may also come within this rule.
Number 1.5
Self explanatory
Point or gesture towards the
pavilion/changing area in an
aggressive manner upon the
dismissal of the batsman
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LEVEL 2 OFFENSES
Level of Offence & Penalties
LEVEL 2 PENALTY
Ban of a minimum of 1 * Two Day Match or
2 * Limited over matches (as defined in Level 1 Penalties)
All players, and where applicable, officials must not:
Rule
Guidelines
Number 2.1
Show serious dissent at an umpire’s
decision by action or verbal abuse
Dissent should be classified as serious where the dissent is expressed
by a specific action such as the shaking of the head, snatching of
cap, glasses or jumper from the umpire, pointing at pad or bat, other
displays of anger or abusive language directed at the umpire or
excessive delay in resuming play or leaving the wicket.
Note – This rule does not prohibit the bowler involved in the decision or
the team captain from asking the umpire to provide an explanation for a
decision or a team official from making a formal complaint.
Number 2.2
Engage in inappropriate and deliberate
physical contact with other players or
officials in the course of play
Without limitation, players will breach this regulation if they deliberately
walk or run into or shoulder or push another player or official or match
official
Number 2.3
Charge or advance towards the
umpire in an aggressive manner
when appealing
Self explanatory
Number 2.4
Deliberately and maliciously distract
or obstruct another player or official
on the field of play
Without limitations, players will breach this rule if they deliberately
attempt to distract the striker by words or gestures or deliberately
shepherd a batsmen who is attempting to run between wickets
Number 2.5
Throw the ball at or near a player or
an official in an inappropriate and or
dangerous manner.
This rule does not prohibit a fielder or bowler from returning the ball to
the stumps in the normal fashion
Number 2.6
Use language that is obscene,
offensive or of a seriously insulting
nature to another player, official or
spectator
This is language or gestures which are directed at another person. See
Rule 1.3 above n relation to the seriousness of the breach.
Number 2.7
Change the condition of the ball in
breach of Law 42.3
Prohibited behavior includes picking the seam or deliberately throwing
the ball into the ground for the purpose of roughening up and the
application of moisture to the ball, apart from perspiration or saliva
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Number 2.8
Attempt to manipulate a match in
regard to the result, net run rate,
bonus points or otherwise. The
captain of any team guilty of such
conduct shall be held responsible.
Prohibited conduct under this rule will include incidents where a team
bats in such a way as to either adversely affect its own, or improve its
opponents, bonus points, net run rate or quotient.
Number 2.9
No player participating in a game,
competition or carnival under
the control of Warehouse Cricket
Association is allowed to consume
alcohol during playing hours, unless
the game the player is competing in
has ceased play.
Legal & Insurance outcomes will be put in a prejudiced position as a
result.
Number 2.10
Repeat Level 1 Offences:
Should a player be found to have breached the Code of Behaviour at the
same level more than once a season, then the player shall be subject to
a higher Level of Penalty
LEVEL 3 OFFENSES
Level of Offence & Penalties
LEVEL 3 PENALTY
Ban of a minimum of 2 * Two Day Matches or
4 * Limited over matches (as defined in Level 1 Penalties)
All players, and where applicable, officials must not:
Rule
Guidelines
Number 3.1
Intimidate an umpire whether by
language or conduct
Includes appealing in an aggressive or threatening manner
Number 3.2
Threaten to assault another player,
team official or spectator
Self explanatory
Number 3.3
Use language or gestures that
offend, insult, humiliate, intimidate,
threaten, or disparage another
person on the basis of that person’s
race, religion, colour, descent, or
national or ethnic origin
Self Explanatory
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Number 3.4
Repeat Level 2 Offences:
Should a player be found to have breached the Code of Behaviour at the
same level more than once a season, then the player shall be subject to
a higher Level of Penalty.
LEVEL 4 OFFENSES
Level of Offence & Penalties
LEVEL 4 PENALTY
Ban of a minimum of 5 Two Day Matches or 10 Limited over Matches (as defined in Level 1
Penalties) and up to a Life ban
All players, and where applicable, officials must not:
Rule
Guidelines
Number 4.1
Threaten to assault an umpire
Self Explanatory
Number 4.2
Physically assault another player,
umpire, official or spectator
Self Explanatory
Number 4.3
Engage in any act of violence on or
off the field of play, whilst engaged
in any match under the control of
the Warehouse Cricket Association,
including Carnivals.
Self Explanatory
Number 4.4
Use language or gestures that
offend, insult, humiliate, intimidate,
threaten, or disparage another
person on the basis of that person’s
race, religion, colour, descent, or
national or ethnic origin.
Self Explanatory
Number 4.5
Repeat Level 3 Offences:
Should a player be found to have breached the Code of Behaviour at the
same level more than once a season, then the player shall be subject to
a higher Level of Penalty.
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DEFINITION OF ASSAULT
“A person who strikes, touches or moves, or otherwise applies force of any kind to the person of another either
directly or indirectly, without consent, or who by any bodily act or gesture attempts or threatens to apply force of
any kind to the person of another without his/her consent, under such circumstances that the person making the
attempt or threat is actually or apparently a person of ability to effect his/her purpose, is said to assault that other
person and the act is called assault”.
OTHER OFFENCES
Level of Offence & Penalties
LEVEL 5 PENALTY
One or more of the following penalties will apply –
• A ban from playing for a period to be determined by the Commissioner.
• Direct that the person make reparation for damage caused by that person to any property
• Require that person to perform voluntary service to Warehouse Cricket
• Reprimand the individual or club or team involved
• Impose a fine
Players, and where applicable, officials must not:
Rule
Guidelines
Number 5.1
Players must obey the Laws of
cricket and play within the spirit of
the game.
This is meant as a general rule to deal with situations where the facts of
or the gravity or seriousness of the alleged incident are not adequately
or clearly covered by the offences set out in the Offences of level 1-4 as
set out above.
The captain (or coach/manager of
teams in the WCA junior competition)
must use his best efforts to ensure
his team and individual members of
his team comply with this rule.
Conduct which will be prohibited under this clause includes using an
illegal bat, time wasting, and any conduct which is considered “unfair
play” under Law 42 of the Laws of Cricket.
This rule is not intended to punish unintentional breaches of the Laws of
Cricket Reference may be made to any statement or explanation of the
Spirit of Cricket published in conjunction with the Laws of Cricket
Nothing in this rule alters of the onus on the captain (or the coach/
manager of teams in the WCA junior competition) to ensure that the
Spirit of Cricket is adhered to as stated and defined in the preamble of
the Laws of Cricket
Reference may be made to any statement or explanation of the Spirit of
Cricket published in conjunction with the Laws of Cricket
Nothing in this rule alters of the onus on the captain (or the coach/
manager of teams in the WCA junior competition) to ensure that the
Spirit of Cricket is adhered to as stated and defined in the preamble of
the Laws of Cricket
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Number 5.2
Without limiting any other rule,
players and officials must not at
any time engage in any behavior
unbecoming a player, or official that
could bring the game of cricket
into disrepute or be harmful to the
interests of cricket
This is also meant as a general rule to deal with situations where the
facts of or the gravity or seriousness of the alleged incident are not
adequately or clearly covered by the offences set out in Rules 1.4
above.
Number 5.3
Without limiting any other Rule,
players and officials must not make
public or media comment which is
detrimental to the interests of the
game
Guideline
It is intended to include serious or repeated acts of misconduct, unruly
behavior, and cheating
Without limitation, players and officials will breach this Rule if by making
any public or media comment they:
Publicly denigrate another player, or publicly denigrate or criticize an
umpire or team against which they have played or will play, whether in
relation to incidents in a match or otherwise
Denigrate another player or official by inappropriately commenting on
any aspects of his performance, abilities or characteristics
Comment on the likely outcome of a hearing or a report of an appeal
Criticize the outcome of a hearing or an appeal
Criticize any evidence, submission or other comment made by any
person at the hearing of a report or any appeal
Number 5.4
Repeat Level 4 Offences:
Should a player be found to have breached the Code of Behaviour at the
same level more than once a season, then:
The player shall be subject to a higher Level of Penalty
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LEVEL OF OFFENCE & PENALTIES
Level 1 Penalty
Official reprimand and ban of up to 1* Two Day Match or 2* limited over (50 over, 35 over and T20) matches
Level 2 Penalty
Ban of a minimum of 1* Two Day Match or 2* Limited over matches (as defined in Level 1 Penalties)
Level 3 Penalty
Ban of a minimum 2* Two Day Matches or 4* Limited over matches (as defined in Level 1 Penalties)
Level 4 Penalty
Ban of a minimum 5* Two Day Matches or 10* Limited over Matches (as defined in Level 1 Penalties) and up to a
Life ban
Level 5 Penalty
One or more of the following penalties will apply –
•
A ban from playing for a period to be determined by the Commissioner
•
Direct that the person make reparation for damage caused by that person to any property
•
Require that person to perform voluntary service to Warehouse Cricket
•
Reprimand the individual or club or team involved
•
Impose a fine
NOTES ON PENALTIES
•
The Commissioner has the right to impose a penalty based on the information provided by umpires and
witnesses, if a player is reported for any of these breaches.
•
If a player chooses to ignore the findings of the Commissioner and take the matter to the judiciary
and is found guilty, the penalty will be doubled, compared to the original penalty imposed by the
commissioner.
•
All players, in all competitions or carnivals run by Warehouse Cricket Association must abide by these
playing conditions. It is the duty of all club presidents, secretaries, administrators, managers, coaches
and captains to make all players in all of their teams, aware of these conditions. Ignorance of the rules
and conditions will not be tolerated as an excuse for breaching these conditions.
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2016 WINTER SEASON
Ground Addresses
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Club Contact List
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Saturday Teams by Grade Page 6
Saturday Teams by Club Saturday Winter Draw
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Information on these pages may change from time to time, due to weather or ground availability or other
factors, necessitating changes to the draw during the season. Readers should therefore check the website
close to the day of the relevant fixture. Relevant fixtures will be updated as soon as information comes to
hand. This Draw is the official Draw of Warehouse Cricket as amended from time to time via information to
relevant parties.
The MyCricket Website should mirror this draw and will be entered on MyCricket by the Statistician prior to
the end of the first Fixture where practical. Should there be a conflict with the main draw, the main draw will
take precedence unless otherwise advised.
Changes will be indicated in Maroon where possible.
Laurence Christie
Development Officer
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ADDRESS1
SUBURB
CONTACT PHONE
SEC HOME PHONE
7th Brigade Park
Synthetic
PITCH
Warehouse Cricket Association
Deleware Street
GEEBUNG
(07) 3204 2020
(07) 3204 2020
Acacia Ridge State School
Synthetic
Souths Juniors
Nyngam St
ACACIA RIDGE
(04) 3830 6212
Albany Creek State School
Synthetic
Albany Creek
696 Albany Creek Road
ALBANY CREEK
(07) 3264 2163
(07) 3264 2163
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Synthetic
Albany Creek
Keong Rd
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(07) 3264 2163
(07) 3264 2163
Alberton 2
Synthetic
Springwood Suns
88 Alberton Road
ALBERTON
(07) 3209 4208
(07) 3209 4208
Balmoral High School
Synthetic
Toowong
Thynne Road
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(04) 6645 7031
(04) 6645 7031
Beachmere Sports Oval
Synthetic
Pirates
Rogers St
BEACHEMERE
(04) 0357 1702
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Synthetic
Eastern Roosters
35 Bognor Street
HEMMANT
(07) 3390 6108
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Synthetic
Pine Rivers
Hopetoun Street
BRAY PARK
(07) 3882 3895
Canterbury Park
Synthetic
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Feuerriegal Street
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(04) 0218 9735
DM Hendersen Pk (Lower)
Synthetic
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Grandilla Road
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Synthetic
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Granadilla Street
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Synthetic
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26 McGinn Road
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(07) 3351 2054
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Synthetic
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Finsbury Street
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Synthetic
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Kingston Road
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(07) 3808 8360
(07) 3808 8360
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Jodie Street
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(07) 3209 4208
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Synthetic
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Marsden Road
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(04) 3406 1322
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Synthetic
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Diggers Drive
WOOLOOWIN
(04) 1978 8587
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Wynnum Road
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(07) 3890 1900
(07) 3204 2020
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Synthetic
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Mabel Street
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(04) 1776 9134
(07) 3203 8017
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Synthetic
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Leopardwood St
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Daw Road (UBD B3)
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Malling Street
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White Street
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Jackson Rd
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(04) 0951 1945
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(07) 5526 4124
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South Pine Rd
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Synthetic
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Tramway St
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(07) 3351 2213
(07) 3206 8924
(07) 3351 2054
(07) 3113 3918
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SUBURB
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SEC HOME PHONE
7th Brigade Park
PITCH
Turf
Warehouse Cricket Association
Delaware Street
GEEBUNG
(07) 3204 2020
(07) 3204 2020
Brookfield Show Ground
Turf
Brookfield United
550 Brookfield Rd
BROOKFIELDS
(07) 3374 1147
(07) 3374 1147
Bruce Raleigh Oval
Turf
Stunned Mullets
Sams Reserve, Redbank Road
REDBANK
(04) 1613 9534
(07) 3814 0520
Col Westaway Oval
Turf
Moggill
Priors Pocket Rd
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(07) 3202 5386
(07) 3202 5386
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Turf
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Hornibrook Esplanade
WOODY POINT
(07) 3284 4575
(07) 3203 8017
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Turf
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Finsbury Street
NEWMARKET
(07) 3356 2439
Henzell Oval
Turf
Caloundra
2 Lewis St
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(07) 5491 6964
(07) 5491 5324
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Jodie St
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(07) 3209 4208
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Turf
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Hubner Road
PARK RIDGE
(07) 3803 0887
(07) 3803 0887
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Turf
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Old Toowoomba Road
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(04) 1106 4160
(07) 3143 1511
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Turf
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Kenna Street
WEST CHERMSIDE
(07) 3350 2225
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Turf
Redlands Tigers
crn Randall & Bailey Roads
BIRKDALE
(04) 1384 0780
(07) 3286 5145
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Turf
Warehouse Cricket Association
Gympie Road
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(07) 3350 3477
(07) 3204 2020
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Denham Street
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(07) 3269 3636
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Allawah Rd
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(07) 3201 2940
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Kenna Street
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1042 Jacobs Well Rd
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(04) 0030 0575
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Turf
Mater Hill
(Off) Stanley St East
CARINA
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(07) 5491 4541
(07) 3219 4131
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SUNDAY TEAMS BY GRADE
GDE
CLUB
A1
Alberton
A
B2N
Brisbane Fusion Warriors
B
A1
Caloundra
A
B2N
Brothers
B
A1
Icebergs
A
B2N
Funky Miller Squad
B
A1
Micah X1
A
B2N
Gold Crest Cobras
A1
Ninja Black
A
B2N
Rebel Tourists (W)
B
A1
Southpine Dragons
A
B2N
Underdogs
B
A1
Tewantin-Noosa
A
B2N
We Got The Runs
B
A1
Worst Indies
A
B2N
Whites Hill X1
B
A3N
Blue Spartans
B
B2S
Brisbane Sikh United
B
A3N
Everton District
B
B2S
GC Grill'd Lions
B
A3N
Ferny Districts
B
B2S
Nomads
B
A3N
Gujju Lions
B
B2S
Point Boys
B
A3N
Kings X1
B
B2S
Royal Indians
B
A3N
QUT
B
B2S
Salisbury Boys
B
A3N
Sunday Sessions
B
B2S
Stunned Mullets
A3N
Sunday Spankers
B
B2S
Tropics
B
A3S
Chevron Chefs
A
B3N
JCUB
A
A3S
Hunter's Eleven
A
B3N
Royal Warriors
A
A3S
IndOz PB Warriors
A
B3N
Match Fixers
A
A3S
KIMT Warriors
A
B3N
Napoleons
A
A3S
Macgregor
Mystics
A
B3N
Northern Suburbs
A
A3S
Macgregor
Green
A
B3N
QUT
A3S
Max Daredevils
A
B3N
TheCarPoolers
A
A3S
South East Sloths
A
B3N
West End Wanderers
A
B1N
Albany Creek
1
A
B3S
Bent St X1
A
B1N
Bracken Ridge
1
A
B3S
Deccan Lions
A
B1N
Hit & Run
A
B3S
Falcons Hornets
A
B1N
Mater Hill
1
A
B3S
Macgregor
B1N
Pine Rivers
1
A
B3S
Mater Hill
B1N
Rangers
A
B3S
Silent Assassins
B1N
Redbacks
A
B3S
Stunned Mullets
B1N
Spears (W)
A
B3S
Tailenders
6
NAME
TEAM# GROUP GDE
1
1
1
CLUB
NAME
TEAM# GROUP
1
1
2
Scorchers
B
B
A
A
2
A
A
2
A
A
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SUNDAY TEAMS BY GRADE
GDE
CLUB
B4N
Bracken Ridge
B
C2N
Albany Creek
B4N
Gunners
B
C2N
Dale's Daredevils
B
B4N
Hendra Hoops
B
C2N
Kenmore
B
B4N
Mater Hill
3
B
C2N
Lisburn Street
B4N
Micah X1
2
B
C2N
Marburg - Mt Crosby Thunder
2
B
B4N
Newmarket
B
C2N
Palmwoods Colts
2
B
B4N
Sons of Pitches
B
C2N
Red Dogs
2
B
B4N
Suncoast X1
B
C2N
Redbacks
2
B
B5
Backfoot Bandits
A
C2S
Barmy Swamis
B
B5
Brookfield (W)
A
C2S
Cannons
B
B5
Ferny Juniors
A
C2S
Griffith University
B
B5
JaiHind Royals
1
A
C2S
Lang St X1
B
B5
JaiHind Royals
2
A
C2S
Macgregor
B5
Marburg - Mt Crosby Thunder
1
A
C2S
Russell Island Dolphins
B
B5
Red Dogs
1
A
C2S
Traders X1
B
B5
Warnie's Phone Reps
A
C2S
Western Buccaneers
B
C1N
Albany Creek
A
C3N
Everton District
C1N
CQ Sand Crabs
A
C3N
Keep Walking
A
C1N
Everton District
2
A
C3N
Moggill
A
C1N
Gray Bridge XI
1
A
C3N
Peninsula
A
C1N
Inside Sportz
A
C3N
Sandgate Redcliffe (W)
A
C1N
Middle Stump
A
C3N
Toombul Bowls Club Social XI
A
C1N
Palmwoods Colts
1
A
C3N
Wellshot Wanderers
A
C1N
Pine Rivers
2
A
C3N
Zanu - PF
A
C1S
Battlers X1
B
C4N
Bugsy's X1
B
C1S
Happy Hackers
B
C4N
Gold Crest Cobras
2
B
C1S
Macgregor
B
C4N
Gray Bridge XI
2
B
C1S
Mater Hill
B
C4N
Narangba Redbacks
B
C1S
Palmdale Meats X1
B
C4N
Northern Federals
B
C1S
Queensland Lions
B
C4N
Pine Rivers
C1S
Southern Tigers
B
C4N
Stumps XI
B
C1S
Stanley Steamers
B
C4N
Team Beam
B
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TEAM# GROUP GDE
2
2
Blazers
2
Hawks
4
CLUB
NAME
TEAM# GROUP
3
B
B
United
B
3
3
A
B
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SUNDAY TEAMS BY CLUB
CLUBNAME
TEAM_NAME
TEAM
GRADE
GROUP
Albany Creek
1
B1N
A
Albany Creek
2
C1N
A
Albany Creek
3
C2N
B
A1
A
B5
A
Barmy Swamis
C2S
B
Battlers X1
C1S
B
Bent St X1
B3S
A
Alberton
Backfoot Bandits
2
Blue Spartans
A3N
B
Bracken Ridge
1
B1N
A
Bracken Ridge
2
B4N
B
Brisbane Fusion Warriors
B2N
B
Brisbane Sikh United
B2S
B
Brookfield (W)
B5
A
Brothers
B2N
B
Bugsy's X1
C4N
B
Caloundra
A1
A
Cannons
C2S
B
Chevron Chefs
A3S
A
CQ Sand Crabs
C1N
A
Dale's Daredevils
C2N
B
Deccan Lions
B3S
A
Everton District
1
A3N
B
Everton District
2
C1N
A
Everton District
3
C3N
A
B3S
A
A3N
B
B5
A
Funky Miller Squad
B2N
B
GC Grill'd Lions
B2S
B
Falcons Hornets
Ferny Districts
Ferny Juniors
Blazers
Gold Crest Cobras
1
B2N
B
Gold Crest Cobras
2
C4N
B
Gray Bridge XI
1
C1N
A
Gray Bridge XI
2
C4N
B
C2S
B
Griffith University
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
SUNDAY TEAMS BY CLUB
CLUBNAME
TEAM_NAME
TEAM
GRADE
GROUP
Gujju Lions
A3N
B
Gunners
B4N
B
Happy Hackers
C1S
B
Hendra Hoops
B4N
B
Hit & Run
B1N
A
Hunter's Eleven
A3S
A
Icebergs
A1
A
IndOz PB Warriors
A3S
A
Inside Sportz
C1N
A
JaiHind Royals
1
B5
A
JaiHind Royals
2
B5
A
JCUB
B3N
A
Keep Walking
C3N
A
Kenmore
C2N
B
KIMT Warriors
A3S
A
Kings X1
A3N
B
Lang St X1
C2S
B
Lisburn Street
C2N
B
Macgregor
Hawks
C1S
B
Macgregor
Scorchers
B3S
A
Macgregor
Mystics
A3S
A
Macgregor
Green
A3S
A
Macgregor
United
C2S
B
Marburg - Mt Crosby Thunder
1
B5
A
Marburg - Mt Crosby Thunder
2
C2N
B
B3N
A
Match Fixers
Mater Hill
1
B1N
A
Mater Hill
2
B3S
A
Mater Hill
3
B4N
B
Mater Hill
4
C1S
B
A3S
A
Max Daredevils
Micah X1
1
A1
A
Micah X1
2
B4N
B
Middle Stump
C1N
A
Moggill
C3N
A
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SUNDAY TEAMS BY CLUB
CLUBNAME
TEAM_NAME
TEAM
GRADE
GROUP
Napoleons
B3N
A
Narangba Redbacks
C4N
B
Newmarket
B4N
B
Ninja Black
A1
A
Nomads
B2S
B
Northern Federals
C4N
B
Northern Suburbs
B3N
A
Palmdale Meats X1
C1S
B
Palmwoods Colts
1
C1N
A
Palmwoods Colts
2
C2N
B
Peninsula
C3N
A
Pine Rivers
1
B1N
A
Pine Rivers
2
C1N
A
Pine Rivers
3
C4N
B
Point Boys
B2S
B
Queensland Lions
C1S
B
QUT
B3N
A
QUT
2
A3N
B
Rangers
B1N
A
Rebel Tourists (W)
B2N
B
Red Dogs
1
B5
A
Red Dogs
2
C2N
B
Redbacks
1
B1N
A
Redbacks
2
C2N
B
Royal Indians
B2S
B
Royal Warriors
B3N
A
Russell Island Dolphins
C2S
B
Salisbury Boys
B2S
B
Sandgate Redcliffe (W)
C3N
A
Silent Assassins
B3S
A
Sons of Pitches
B4N
B
South East Sloths
A3S
A
Southern Tigers
C1S
B
Southpine Dragons
A1
A
Spears (W)
B1N
A
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WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
SUNDAY TEAMS BY CLUB
CLUBNAME
TEAM_NAME
TEAM
GRADE
GROUP
Stanley Steamers
C1S
B
Stumps XI
C4N
B
Stunned Mullets
1
B2S
B
Stunned Mullets
2
B3S
A
Suncoast X1
B4N
B
Sunday Sessions
A3N
B
Sunday Spankers
A3N
B
Tailenders
B3S
A
Team Beam
C4N
B
Tewantin-Noosa
A1
A
TheCarPoolers
B3N
A
Toombul Bowls Club Social XI
C3N
A
Traders X1
C2S
B
Tropics
B2S
B
Underdogs
B2N
B
Warnie's Phone Reps
B5
A
We Got The Runs
B2N
B
Wellshot Wanderers
C3N
A
West End Wanderers
B3N
A
Western Buccaneers
C2S
B
Whites Hill X1
B2N
B
Worst Indies
A1
A
Zanu - PF
C3N
A
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A1 – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Alberton
5
Southpine Dragons
2
Caloundra
6
Ninja Black
3
Icebergs
7
Tewantin Noosa
4
Micah X1
8
Worst Indies
1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
03 July
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
Alberton
2v7
Read Oval
3v6
Marchant Park
4v5
1v4
Alberton
2v3
Marchant Park
8
5v7
Read Oval
Marchant Park
10
6v8
Marchant Park
7v1
Marchant Park
10 17 July
3v1
Alberton
6v2
Henzel Oval
8v2
Henzel Oval
5v3
Marchant Park
5
7v4
Read Oval
8v4
Marchant Park
2
6v5
Marchant Park
10
1v6
Alberton
1v2
Marchant Park
10
2v5
Henzel Oval
3v7
Marchant Park
7
3v4
Marchant Park
4v6
Marchant Park
2
7v8
Read Oval
5v8
Marchant Park
5
5v1
Alberton
4v2
Henzel Oval
8v3
Marchant Park
10
7v6
Marchant Park
5
31 July
7
5
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
12
2
7
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
A3 NORTH – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Blue Spartans
2
Everton Districts
3
Ferny Districts
4
Gujju Lions
5
Kings X1
1
6
Sunday Spankers
1
7
QUT
8
Sunday Sessions
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
Marchant Park
2v7
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
10 10 July
1v4
Jim Neibling Oval
Peter Gallagher Oval
2v3
Peter Gallagher Oval
3v6
Jim Neibling Oval
5v7
Marchant Park
2
4v5
Marchant Park
5
6v8
Marchant Park
5
7v1
Marchant Park
7
3v1
Jim Neibling Oval
6v2
Marchant Park
5
8v2
Peter Gallagher Oval
5v3
Marchant Park
10
7v4
Marchant Park
10
8v4
Marchant Park
8
6v5
Marchant Park
5
1v6
Marchant Park
8
1v2
Peter Gallagher Oval
2v5
Peter Gallagher Oval
3v7
Jim Neibling Oval
3v4
Jim Neibling Oval
4v6
Marchant Park
7
7v8
Marchant Park
5
5v8
Marchant Park
2
5v1
Marchant Park
7
4v2
Marchant Park
10
8v3
Marchant Park
5
7v6
Marchant Park
8
24 July
07 Aug
5
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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A3 SOUTH – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Chevron Chefs
5
Macgregor Green
2
Hunters X1
6
Macgregor Mystics
3
IndOz PB Warriors
7
Max Daredevils
4
KIMT Warriors
8
South East Sloths
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
Kianawah Park
2v7
Kianawah Park
3v6
DM Henderson Pk
4v5
Kianawah Park
7v1
Ron Hall Oval
6v2
Leo Petinakis Oval
5v3
DM Henderson Pk
8v4
Ray Little Oval
1v6
DM Henderson Pk
2v5
Kianawah Park
3v4
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
11 03 July
1v4
Kianawah Park
5
9
2v3
Kianawah Park
7
Low
5v7
Kianawah Park
6
7
6v8
DM Henderson Pk
3v1
Kianawah Park
8v2
Ray Little Oval
7v4
Kianawah Park
12
6v5
DM Henderson Pk
Low
1v2
Kianawah Park
11
7
3v7
Kianawah Park
9
Kianawah Park
9
4v6
Kianawah Park
6
7v8
Kianawah Park
6
5v8
DM Henderson Pk
5v1
DM Henderson Pk
4v2
Kianawah Park
8v3
Ray Little Oval
7v6
Kianawah Park
17 July
5
6
Low
Low 31 July
7
9
Low
Low
7
11
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
14
Low
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
B1 NORTH – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Albany Creek
1
5
Pine Rivers
2
Bracken Ridge
1
6
Rangers
3
Hit & Run
7
Redbacks
4
Mater Hill
8
Spears
1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
Marchant Park
2v7
McPherson Park
3v6
Marchant Park
4v5
Vince Herbert Oval
7v1
Marchant Park
6v2
1
1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
03 July
1v4
Vince Herbert Oval
2v3
McPherson Park
5v7
Marchant Park
8
6v8
Marchant Park
1
3v1
Marchant Park
5
McPherson Park
8v2
McPherson Park
5v3
Paul Jackson Oval
7v4
Vince Herbert Oval
8v4
Marchant Park
8
6v5
Paul Jackson Oval
1v6
Marchant Park
4
1v2
McPherson Park
2v5
Paul Jackson Oval
3v7
Marchant Park
3v4
Vince Herbert Oval
4v6
Vince Herbert Oval
7v8
Marchant Park
5v8
Paul Jackson Oval
5v1
Paul Jackson Oval
4v2
McPherson Park
8v3
Marchant Park
8
7v6
Marchant Park
9
2
5
1
6
2
17 July
31 July
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
SUNDAY COMPETITION HANDBOOK
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15
B2 NORTH – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Brisbane Fusion Warriors
5
Rebel Tourists
2
Brothers
6
Underdogs
3
Funky Miller Squad
7
We Got the Runs
4
Gold Crest Cobras
8
Whites Hill X1
1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
1v8
Marchant Park
1
2v7
Marchant Park
3v6
10 July
1v4
Finsbury Park
1
2
2v3
Marchant Park
1
Marchant Park
8
5v7
Marchant Park
7
4v5
Marchant Park
7
6v8
Ray Little Oval
7v1
Marchant Park
2
3v1
7th Brigade Park
6v2
7th Brigade Park
2
8v2
Ray Little Oval
5v3
7th Brigade Park
1
7v4
Marchant Park
6
8v4
Finsbury Park
1
6v5
7th Brigade Park
1
1v6
Marchant Park
6
1v2
Marchant Park
9
2v5
Marchant Park
10
3v7
Marchant Park
5
3v4
Finsbury Park
1
4v6
Marchant Park
8
7v8
Ray Little Oval
5v8
Ray Little Oval
5v1
7th Brigade Park
1
4v2
Finsbury Park
1
8v3
7th Brigade Park
2
7v6
Marchant Park
1
24 July
07 Aug
5
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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2
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
B2 SOUTH – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Brisbane Sikh United
5
Royal Indians
2
GC Grilled Lions
6
Salisbury Boys
3
Nomads
7
Stunned Mullets
4
Point Boys
8
Tropics
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
11 10 July
1v8
Kianawah Park
2v7
Kianawah Park
3v6
Balmoral High School
4v5
Kianawah Park
7
7v1
Kianawah Park
12 24 July
6v2
Kianawah Park
5v3
5
1v4
Kianawah Park
9
2v3
Kianawah Park
5
5v7
Bruce Raleigh Oval
6v8
Kianawah Park
3v1
Balmoral High School
5
8v2
Kianawah Park
6
Kianawah Park
8
7v4
Kianawah Park
5
8v4
Kianawah Park
6
6v5
Kianawah Park
1
1v6
Kianawah Park
5
1v2
Kianawah Park
2
2v5
Kianawah Park
6
3v7
Kianawah Park
9
3v4
Balmoral High School
4v6
Kianawah Park
11
7v8
Bruce Raleigh Oval
5v8
Kianawah Park
7
5v1
Kianawah Park
11
4v2
Kianawah Park
7
8v3
Balmoral High School
7v6
Bruce Raleigh Oval
9
07 Aug
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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17
B3 NORTH – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
JCUB
5
Northern Suburbs
2
Royal Warriors
6
QUT
3
Match Fixers
7
The Carpoolers
4
Napoloens
8
West End Wanderers
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
2
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
1v8
Marchant Park
6
2v7
Marchant Park
3v6
Marchant Park
4v5
Peter Gallagher Oval
7v1
Marchant Park
9
6v2
Marchant Park
5v3
Marchant Park
8v4
Rod Gibson Oval
1v6
Marchant Park
8
2v5
Marchant Park
10
3v4
Jim Neibling Oval
7v8
Marchant Park
5
5v1
Marchant Park
1
4v2
Rod Gibson Oval
8v3
Marchant Park
6
7v6
Marchant Park
2
03 July
1v4
Jim Neibling Oval
7
2v3
7th Brigade Park
2
9
5v7
7th Brigade Park
1
6v8
Marchant Park
10
3v1
Marchant Park
3
4
8v2
Marchant Park
1
7
7v4
Marchant Park
6
6v5
Marchant Park
8
1v2
Marchant Park
9
3v7
Marchant Park
8
4v6
Rod Gibson Oval
5v8
Marchant Park
17 July
31 July
5
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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4
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
B3 SOUTH – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Bent ST X1
5
Mater Hill
2
Deccan Lions
6
Silent Assassins
3
Falcons
7
Stunned Mullets
4
Macgregor Scorchers
8
Tailenders
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
Kianawah Park
2v7
Kianawah Park
3v6
DM Henderson Pk
4v5
2
2
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
12 03 July
1v4
DM Henderson Pk
5
2v3
Ray Little Oval
Up
5v7
Bruce Raleigh Oval
Kianawah Park
6
6v8
Kianawah Park
11
7v1
Kianawah Park
1
3v1
DM Henderson Pk
Up
6v2
Kianawah Park
2
8v2
Kianawah Park
11
5v3
Vince Herbert Oval
7v4
Kianawah Park
6
8v4
DM Henderson Pk
Up
6v5
Kianawah Park
7
1v6
Kianawah Park
11 31 July
1v2
Kianawah Park
12
2v5
Ray Little Oval
3v7
Kianawah Park
7
3v4
DM Henderson Pk
4v6
Kianawah Park
5
7v8
Bruce Raleigh Oval
5v8
Kianawah Park
1
5v1
Kianawah Park
4v2
DM Henderson Pk
8v3
Kianawah Park
7v6
Bruce Raleigh Oval
Up
17 July
5
6
7
6
Up
9
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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19
B4 – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Bracken Ridge
2
2
5
Micah X1
Gunners
6
Newmarket
3
Hendra Hoops
7
Sons of Pitches
4
Mater Hill
8
Suncoast X1
3
2
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
10 July
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
McPherson Park
2v7
Marchant Park
3v6
Marchant Park
4v5
Vince Herbert Oval
7v1
McPherson Park
1v4
Marchant Park
9
9
2v3
Marchant Park
6
6
5v7
Marchant Park
8
6v8
Marchant Park
10
3v1
McPherson Park
6v2
Marchant Park
6
8v2
Marchant Park
5v3
Marchant Park
9
7v4
Vince Herbert Oval
8v4
Vince Herbert Oval
6v5
Marchant Park
3
1v6
7th Brigade Park
1
1v2
Marchant Park
6
2v5
7th Brigade Park
2
3v7
Marchant Park
4
3v4
Marchant Park
9
4v6
Vince Herbert Oval
7v8
Marchant Park
7
5v8
Marchant Park
5v1
McPherson Park
4v2
Vince Herbert Oval
8v3
Marchant Park
2
7v6
Marchant Park
9
24 July
07 Aug
5
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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4
1
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
B5 – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Brookfield
5
Jaihind Royals
2
Backfoot Bandits
6
Marburg Mt Crosby
3
Ferny Blazers
7
Red Dogs
4
Jaihind Royals
8
Warnies
1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
2
1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
1v8
Marchant Park
5
2v7
7th Brigade Park
2
3v6
Mt Crosby
4v5
7th Brigade Park
7v1
Brookfield Oval
6v2
03 July
5
1v4
Brookfield Oval
2v3
Tramway Street
5v7
Ivor Marsden Oval
6v8
Mt Crosby
3v1
Brookfield Oval
Mt Crosby
8v2
Marchant Park
2
5v3
Tramway Street
7v4
Ivor Marsden Oval
5
8v4
7th Brigade Park
6v5
Marchant Park
7
1v6
Mt Crosby
1v2
Brookfield Oval
2v5
Marchant Park
3v7
Ivor Marsden Oval
3v4
Tramway Street
4v6
Mt Crosby
7v8
Ivor Marsden
5
5v8
Marchant Park
5v1
7th Brigade Park
2
4v2
7th Brigade Park
1
8v3
Marchant Park
3
7v6
Ivor Marsden Oval
5
1
17 July
6
1
31 July
1
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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5
3
21
C1 NORTH – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Albany Creek Hawks
2
CQ Sandcrabs
3
Everton Districts
4
Graybridge X1
2
5
Inside Sportz
6
Middle Stump
2
7
Palmwood Colts
1
1
8
Pine Rivers
2
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
03 July
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
Paul Jackson Oval
2v7
5
1v4
Sth Pine Sports Club
Palmwood Oval
2v3
Peter Gallagher Oval
3v6
Jim Neibling Oval
5v7
Marchant Park
4v5
Marchant Park
6v8
Paul Jackson Oval
7v1
Sth Pine Sports Club
3v1
Sth Pine Sports Club
6v2
7th Brigade Park
8v2
Marchant Park
5v3
Peter Gallagher Oval
7v4
Palmwoods Oval
8v4
Jack Gilliland Oval
6v5
Marchant Park
1v6
Marchant Park
9
1v2
Sth Pine Sports Club
2v5
Marchant Park
6
3v7
Peter Gallagher Oval
3v4
Peter Gallagher Oval
4v6
7th Brigade Park
1
7v8
Palmwoods Oval
5v8
7th Brigade Park
2
5v1
Sth Pine Sports Club
4v2
Marchant Park
8v3
Peter Gallagher Oval
7v6
Palmwoods Oval
4
Nth 17 July
6
2
31 July
7
5
Nth
9
4
Nth
Nth
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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Nth
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
C1 SOUTH – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Battlers X1
5
Palmdale Meats X1
2
Happy Hackers
6
Queensland Lions
3
Macgregor Hawks
7
Southern Tigers
4
Mater Hill
8
Stanley Steamers
4
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
1v8
Kianawah Park
1
2v7
Kianawah Park
3v6
10 July
1v4
Kianawah Park
12
2
2v3
Kianawah Park
11
Kianawah Park
12
5v7
Kianawah Park
7
4v5
Kianawah Park
3
6v8
Kianawah Park
2
7v1
Kianawah Park
3v1
DM Henderson Pk
6v2
Kianawah Park
7
8v2
Kianawah Park
8
5v3
DM Henderson Pk
Low
7v4
Kianawah Park
9
8v4
Ray Little Oval
6v5
Kianawah Park
12
1v6
Kianawah Park
1v2
Kianawah Park
5
2v5
Kianawah Park
1
3v7
DM Henderson Pk
3v4
DM Henderson Pk
Low
4v6
Kianawah Park
6
7v8
Kianawah Park
8
5v8
Kianawah Park
1
5v1
Kianawah Park
5
4v2
Kianawah Park
8
8v3
Ray Little Oval
7v6
Kianawah Park
11 24 July
12 07 Aug
5
6
7
Low
6
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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23
C2 NORTH – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Albany Creek Hawks
2
3
5
Marburg Mt Crosby
2
Dales Daredevils
6
Palmwoods Colts
2
3
Kenmore
7
Redbacks
2
4
Lisburn Street
8
Red Dogs
2
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
1v8
Ivor Marsden Oval
5
2v7
Marchant Park
3v6
Marchant Park
4v5
Mt Crosby
7v1
Sth Pine Sports Club
6v2
10 July
1v4
Sth Pine Sports Club
3
2v3
Col Westaway Oval
4
5v7
Mt Crosby
6v8
Marchant Park
3v1
Sth Pine Sports Club
Palmwoods Oval
8v2
Ivor Marsden OvaL
5
5v3
Col Westaway Oval
7v4
Marchant Park
1
8v4
Ivor Marsden Oval
6v5
Marchant Park
2
1v6
Palmwoods Oval
1v2
Marchant Park
3
2v5
Mt Crosby
3v7
Col Westaway Oval
3v4
Col Westaway Oval
4v6
Palmwoods Oval
7v8
Marchant Park
5v8
Mt Crosby
5v1
Sth Pine Sports Club
4v2
Marchant Park
4
8v3
Ivor Marsden Oval
5
7v6
Palmwoods Oval
Nth 24 July
5
6
5
07 Aug
1
7
3
Nth
Nth
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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Nth
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
C2 SOUTH – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Barmy Swamis
5
Macgregor United
2
Cannons
6
Russell Island
3
Griffith University
7
Traders X1
4
Lang Street
8
Western Bucaneers
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
1v8
Kianawah Park
8
2v7
Kianawah Park
5
3v6
Russell Island
4v5
Kianawah Park
6
7v1
Kianawah Park
9
6v2
Kianawah Park
5v3
DM Henderson Pk
8v4
Bruce Raleigh Oval
1v6
Kianawah Park
9
2v5
DM Henderson Pk
3v4
10 July
1v4
Kianawah Park
8
2v3
Kianawah Park
3
5v7
Kianawah Park
1
6v8
Russell Island
3v1
Kianawah Park
1
8v2
Bruce Raleigh Oval
Up
7v4
Kianawah Park
7
6v5
DM Henderson Pk
Up
1v2
Kianawah Park
12
Up
3v7
Kianawah Park
8
Kianawah Park
11
4v6
Russell Island
7v8
Kianawah Park
7
5v8
DM Henderson Pk
5v1
Kianawah Park
12
4v2
Kianawah Park
1
8v3
Kianawah Park
9
7v6
Russell Island
24 July
07 Aug
5
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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25
C3 NORTH – GROUP A
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Everton Districts
2
3
5
Sandgate Redcliffe
Keep Walking
6
Toombul Bowls Club
3
Moggill
7
Wellshot Wanderers
4
Peninsula
8
Zanu - PF
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
08 May
03 July
22 May
05 June
19 June
1
2
3
4
1v8
Rod Gibson Oval
2v7
Marchant Park
3v6
5
1v4
Marchant Park
6
2v3
Marchant Park
4
Col Westaway Oval
5v7
Marchant Park
3
4v5
Filmer Park
6v8
Marchant Park
9
7v1
Jim Neibling Oval
3v1
Col Westaway Oval
6v2
Marchant Park
8v2
7th Brigade Park
5v3
Martin Kent Oval
7v4
Filmer Park
8v4
Filmer Park
6v5
7th Brigade Park
1v6
Marchant Park
3
1v2
Jim Neibling Oval
2v5
7th Brigade Park
2
3v7
Col Westaway Oval
3v4
Col Westaway Oval
4v6
Filmer Park
7v8
7th Brigade Park
5v8
Marchant Park
5v1
Jim Neibling Oval
4v2
Filmer Park
8v3
Col Westaway Oval
7v6
Marchant Park
3
17 July
6
1
1
31 July
7
1
1
4
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
26
2
WAREHOUSE CRICKET ASSOCIATION
C4 NORTH – GROUP B
2016 SUNDAY WINTER SEASON
TEAMS
1
Bugsys X1
2
Gold Crest Cobras
3
Graybridge X1
4
Narangba Redbacks
5
Northern Federals
2
6
Pine Rivers
2
7
Team Beam
8
Stumps X1
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
15 May
29 May
12 June
26 June
1
2
3
4
3
Fixture
Teams Venue
Date
No.
1v8
7th Brigade Park
1
2v7
7th Brigade Park
2
3v6
Paul Jackson Oval
4v5
Sth Pine Sports Club
7v1
Marchant Park
3
6v2
Finsbury Park
5v3
10 July
5
1v4
7th Brigade Park
2
2v3
Finsbury Park
2
5v7
Marchant Park
4
6v8
7th Brigade Park
1
3v1
Marchant Park
9
2
8v2
Marchant Park
7
Marchant Park
4
7v4
Marchant Park
8
8v4
Marchant Park
1
6v5
Paul Jackson Oval
1v6
Paul Jackson Oval
1v2
7th Brigade Park
2
2v5
Finsbury Park
2
3v7
7th Brigade Park
1
3v4
Marchant Park
2
4v6
Paul Jackson Oval
7v8
Marchant Park
4
5v8
Marchant Park
5v1
Marchant Park
3
4v2
Finsbury Park
2
8v3
Marchant Park
6
7v6
Paul Jackson Oval
Nth
24 July
07 Aug
6
7
SEMI - FINAL
14 August
Team 1 v Team 4
Team 2 v Team 3
FINAL
21 August
Winners Play Off
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