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New ECB Discipline Regs 2016
The Cornwall Association of Cricket Officials will be implementing new ECB regulations in 2016 in Premier & County 1 and matches that CACO officiate.
Players need to be aware of the new Discipline Regulations this year. Penalty runs can now be awarded for breaches of discipline .
Also Rule 35 Level 1 offences now include the category ‘ Sledging’. See also Rule 28.4.
The message from CACO is “be aware!”
The regulations have been rewritten in accordance to the latest requirements from ECB. The League have agreed to be part of the ECB MCC Pilot Discipline Project for 2016. As a result Rules 28, 35(f) and 36 have been rewritten accordingly.
The full 2016 League Disciplinary Rules can be downloaded here or from any Cornwall League club play-cricket site.
Regulations for all ECB Competitions can be downloaded from the ECB website here
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