This event is a non scoring fedtival with no results recorded.
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Round robin groups.
Certificates will be presented to all participants.
Kit & Equipment
Please provide own warm up bats and balls.
Plastic Kwik Cricket bats will be the only bats permitted. No wooden bats permitted.
Match balls are provided.
Wicket keeping gloves are permitted. Pads are not permitted.
Players of the same team should wear the same colour tops/bibs. No jewellery, baseball caps etc. It is advised that if eyewear is essential, it should be made from plastic rather than glass.
•One innings per team, each inning to be 8 overs long (4 balls in an over).
Batting and Scoring
•Batting team bat in pairs who each face 2 x 4 ball overs.
•Each team starts with 200 runs.
•Each time a batter is out, 5 runs are deducted and the other batter faces the next ball.
•A batter may be out bowled, caught, run out, stumped and hit wicket.
•There is no LBW unless the batter deliberately prevents the ball from hitting the stumps using their leg or foot.
•Runs will be scored in the normal way.
•2 runs awarded to the batting team for each no-ball and wide bowled but no extra ball apart from the last (8th) over when the extra ball has to be bowled again. Four legitimate deliveries must be bowled in the final over.
•Batters can score as normal from no balls (e.g. 2/3 runs + whatever is scored).
Bowling and Fielding
•Each player on the fielding side must bowl one over.
•Bowling takes place from one end.
•Bowling should be over-arm where possible. (can bounce twice before the stumps)
•Under-arm deliveries must only bounce once.
•Apart from the wicketkeeper, no fielder is allowed within 10 yards of the batter until the ball is hit.
•The first bowl of each over must be overarm, then it can either be overarm / underarm for the remaining balls.
•ALL under-arm no balls (bouncing more than once before the batter) or wides are +3.
•ALL over-arm no balls (bouncing more than twice before the stumps) or wides are +2.
The team with the higher score wins. In the event of a tie the team that takes more wickets wins. If still tied each player bowls 1 ball at the wickets (no batter) and the team scoring the higher number of strikes the winner.
Results and event report will be available on the news webpage within 24 hours of the event ending.
Safeguarding and DBS
MSSP acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice and the requirements of the Partnership’s host organisation, the Harris Federation.
We recognise that the welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances. We aim to ensure that regardless of age, ability or disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation, socio-economic background, all children and young leaders:
• have a positive and enjoyable experience of sport or physical activity at MSSP events in a safe and child centred environment
• are protected from abuse whilst participating or officiating at MSSP events
All MSSP staff at the event are fully vetted and enhanced DBS checked. It is the schools’ responsibility to ensure any staff and volunteers who attend the event comply with the host venue safeguarding and welfare policy and can provide documentation to support this on request.
Spectators will not be permitted entry to school facilities and should be informed of this when letters are sent to parents. In order to safeguard children at our events, we will only allow entry to parents if they have been DBS checked and vetted through safer recruitment procedures and authorised to attend by your school. The school will maintain responsible for them at all times. At public sites such as parks we will section off an area for the public where parents that are not with the school party may spectate from.
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If you have any concerns about a child at our event please make sure you say something. The MSSP safeguarding team contact details will be on display at all events or for more information on who to speak to please click here
Please see attached risk assessment for event specific planning and considerations.
MSSP values the contributions by all those involved in making our events a FUN, safe and enjoyable environment for children to take part in sport. To ensure our events continue to be successful we promote our REFSPECT campaign. We expect everyone attending our events to maintain respect for the rules, officials, opponents, teammates and themselves. Only designated staff and volunteers will be allowed on the side-lines. All spectators are to remain behind the barriers, providing positive support and encouraging a fun and fair event.
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Photographs will be taken at this event by staff members from MSSP and may be used for promotional material. If you have any children that do not have permission to be photographed, please inform a member of staff before the start of the event.
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MSSP will have a basic first aid kit and qualified person at all events but will not be available to tend to less urgent first aid, as they will be delivering the event. As part of the school’s risk assessment a qualified first aider should be with the school team at all times (including travel) to tend to their children during the event.
Comments, Compliments and Complaints
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