Cricket Show 113: What Happened in Edinburgh? | Cricket coaching, fitness and tips

Cricket Show 113: What Happened in Edinburgh?

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The show is packed to the rafters with cricket advice and analysis this week as we take a detailed look at a week with Watsonian Cricket Club.

We have interviews with club pro Tim Weston and captain Craig Wright. I also recorded a diary of the grudge game against rivals Grange CC. That means you get tips on how to become a professional, an insight into how a club side like yours manage a game and ways a captain can help his team work on weak areas.

Burners and David have not forgotten your questions either. We take some questions on the Laws of cricket and give a detailed answer to a common problem of feeling like you don’t know how to score runs as a batsmen. 

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I would like to know the rules for 35over game for high school boys under 15. Is power play and bounch balls allowed? Thank you

A cricket matches are governed by the Laws of Cricket as published by the MCC. However, all leagues will have regulations that add to the Laws or, in some cases, replace the Laws. The only way to know the regulations for your league is through the league themselves. This information can usually be found online or in a league handbook. If this is not the case the league organiser should be contacted. Hope that helps/