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USGS IPL Season - 4

E W Rd Number 3, Chand Society,
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E W Rd Number 3, Chand Society, JVPD Scheme, Juhu, Juhu, Maharashtra, Mumbai - 400049
Summary
An intra-school tournament for the parents of the Utpal-Sanghvi school kids. A tournament where the parents will play for their child's honour.
Tournament Duration
9th February, 2019 - 24th February, 2019
Date & Time
Match Details

Bluebells Gladiators

  • Alpesh Hirani
    All Rounder
  • Dhaval Shah
    All Rounder
  • Kalpesh Mehta
    All Rounder
  • Kishan Singhania
    All Rounder
  • Kunal Ghia
    All Rounder
  • Neel Vakil
    All Rounder
  • Nikkhil Guptaa
    All Rounder
  • Nirbhay Kothari
    All Rounder
  • Rahul Gangar
    All Rounder
  • Sagar Shah
    All Rounder
  • Sandeep Gaikwad
    Wicket Keeper
  • Sunil F. Sonkar
    All Rounder
  • Tanmay Gala
    All Rounder

Bluebells Titans

  • Akash Shah
    Wicket Keeper
  • Amit Golwala
    All Rounder
  • Apurva Shah
    All Rounder
  • Chintamani Agashe
    All Rounder
  • Jwalin Dixit
    All Rounder
  • Nimish Gala
    Batsman
  • Parvez Lakhani
    All Rounder
  • Puneet Khandelwal
    All Rounder
  • Sandeep Jajoo
    Batsman
  • Siddharth Gandhi
    All Rounder
  • Snehal Sarda
    All Rounder
  • Urang Mehta
    All Rounder
  • Yatin Mora
    Batsman

Daffodil Challengers

  • Aman Mehta
    All Rounder
  • Amit Pathania
    All Rounder
  • Binoy Vora
    All Rounder
  • Bobby Arora
    All Rounder
  • Parag Tawde
    All Rounder
  • Paresh Jain
    All Rounder
  • Pratik Parikh
    All Rounder
  • Rajesh Jain
    All Rounder
  • Ruchit Kapoor
    All Rounder
  • Sachin Gala
    All Rounder
  • Sudhanshu Agarwal
    All Rounder
  • Virat Jain
    All Rounder
  • Vishal Parekh
    All Rounder

Daffodil Daredevils

  • Aashish Gala
    All Rounder
  • Amit Anil Mehta
    Wicket Keeper
  • Anand Bachaawat
    All Rounder
  • Arvind Chheda
    All Rounder
  • Balvinder Toteja
    All Rounder
  • Bhavesh Dhanesha
    All Rounder
  • Bhavik Jasani
    All Rounder
  • Dharmesh Pujara
    All Rounder
  • Kamlesh Shah
    Bowler
  • Kirit Gada
    All Rounder
  • Kunal Arur
    All Rounder
  • Rajesh D. Gala
    All Rounder
  • Ritesh K. Kothari
    All Rounder

Daffodil Panthers

  • Ashrut Jain
    All Rounder
  • Bhavesh Shah
    All Rounder
  • Bunty Mehta
    All Rounder
  • Hemal Jain
    Batsman
  • Imran Malkani
    All Rounder
  • Kunal Jeswani
    All Rounder
  • Nakul Dantara
    All Rounder
  • Nandu Pallar
    All Rounder
  • Nishant Shah
    All Rounder
  • Ram Verma
    All Rounder
  • Ravi Jethani
    All Rounder
  • Tanmay Mahajan
    All Rounder
  • Tejas Shah
    All Rounder

Roses Warriors

  • Amit Waghamare
    All Rounder
  • Bhavya Nimesh Jain
    All Rounder
  • Kamal Harpalani
    All Rounder
  • Keyur Chotalia
    All Rounder
  • Kunal Lakhani
    All Rounder
  • Mihir Ghelani
    All Rounder
  • Mihir Shah
    All Rounder
  • Nidhesh Saboo
    All Rounder
  • Nirav Shah
    All Rounder
  • Pankit Rohit Shah
    All Rounder
  • Rajesh Jain
    All Rounder
  • Ravi Kapoor
    Batsman
  • Sumit Advani
    All Rounder

Shamrocks Superkings

  • Chirag Sharaff
    All Rounder
  • Denish Shah
    Wicket Keeper
  • Devankit Kochhar
    All Rounder
  • Gaurav Mehta
    Wicket Keeper
  • Hardik Bharat Dhruv
    All Rounder
  • Ketan S. Gada
    All Rounder
  • Manish Banthia
    All Rounder
  • Niraj Kumar
    All Rounder
  • Saumil Khandwala
    All Rounder
  • Smit Gandhi
    All Rounder
  • Srinivas Mukkari
    All Rounder
  • Vishal Ahuja
    All Rounder
  • Yasheet L. Mehta
    All Rounder

Shamrocks Thunders

  • Ankur Parekh
    All Rounder
  • Asutosh Mohata
    All Rounder
  • Chirag Palrecha
    All Rounder
  • Maanav Mahajan
    Batsman
  • Maitrik Doshi
    All Rounder
  • Mohit Motwani
    All Rounder
  • Mufaddal Bootwala
    All Rounder
  • Pawan Narang
    All Rounder
  • Raj Nadar
    All Rounder
  • Sachin Jain
    All Rounder
  • Tejash Shah
    All Rounder
  • Vishal Shah
    All Rounder
  • Vivek Chheda
    All Rounder
Team
Match
Won
Lost
Tied
NRR
Points
Daffodil Panthers
4
3
1
0
0.814
6
Roses Warriors
4
3
1
0
0.159
6
Daffodil Daredevils
3
1
1
1
0.580
3
Shamrocks Thunders
3
1
2
0
-0.137
2
Daffodil Challengers
2
1
1
0
-0.800
2
Shamrocks Superkings
2
1
1
0
-0.996
2
Bluebells Gladiators
2
0
1
1
-0.289
1
Bluebells Titans
2
0
2
0
-0.450
0

Tournament will commence from February 09 2019 and all Matches will be played over weekends. Tournament will close on February 24th 2019.

Reporting Time:

Opening ceremony:
While the entire team is invited to be a part of the opening ceremony, a minimum of 9 team members from each team will report to the ground on the February 09 2019 at 6:45 am and the doors will close at 7:00 am sharp for the ceremony followed by a scrumptious team breakfast and to witness the first match. It may be duly noted that any team that does not have the minimum number of stipulated players who have reported on this day shall be given negative 5 runs in any one of the league matches.

During match days:
All confirmed Participants are requested to report at least 1 Hour Prior to Matches. On all days participants playing the first morning session matches are requested to report to School Ground by 7:00 am.
Incase if any match finishes earlier then the subsequent match will only get 10 mins. of prep time including toss.

Game Rules:

The season comprises of 4 stages which leagues, qualifier, challenger and finals and briefly the rules are as follows.

  1. Each Team will be comprise of 13 Players of which 10 Players will be allowed to play on the field and 13 to bat.
  2. There will be a total of 3 groups and each group will have 4 teams.
  3. Each inning will be of 8 overs so in all the match will comprise of 16 over’s.
  4. After 4 overs there will be a compulsory swap of minimum 2 fielders, provided that player is there on field at the start of the match else it will be considered the team is playing with short players.
  5. Each bowler can bowl a maximum of 2 overs and minimum of 5 bowlers will have to bowl in the League Group matches ie., 3 bowlers will bowl 2 overs each and 2 bowlers will bowl 1 over each.
  6. There will be 1 SUPER OVER at the discretion of the batting team between overs 1- 4 and when the same is declared, the bowling team will have the option to change the bowler. Super over is not mandatory and may or not be exercised by the teams.
  7. There will be negative 3 runs for every wicket that falls in the Super over and such negative runs will be calculated afterdoubling the score.

    Super-over e.g.

    1. If runs scored are 0 and 2 wickets fall then runs shall be -6
    2. If runs scored are 3 and 3 wickets fall then first runs shall be doubled and then negative scoring so net effect shall be -3 runs.
    3. If runs scored are 4 and 2 wickets fall net effect will be +2 runs.
    4. The chasing team needs to compulsory finish the super over irrespective of the runs required.
      e.g., if 2 runs are required and if the batsman scores 1 run of the first  ball still he/team  will have to  complete  the super over, doubling of the score and  the net effect of the  runs  scored and negative runs in case of wickets  shall be done only at the end of the over.
  8. The game shall be divided in 2 zones of 4 overs each for batting side, each team shall divide their players equally in 2 zones (6-7, 6-6 , 7-6, 5-5,5-6, 6-5).
    The captains shall submit the name of their players zone wise before the toss to the respective opposite captains and umpires, no shuffling of players shall be allowed after the toss. Any player found playing in a different zone and pointed out by other team or umpire or organizers shall be declared out and runs scored by him shall be nullified and balls shall be counted.
  9. Only 1 of the first 3 batsmen can be a bowler, the rest have to be plain batsmen for both the zones.
  10.  For every match won the team will be rewarded 2 point and for every match which is a draw the teams will be rewarded 1 point each. After the league matches team shall be ranked from 1 to 12 depending on the Points scored first and in-case of a tie based on NRR & then the Top 4 teams shall directly qualify for the challenger round while other 8 teams shall play the qualifiers based on the schedule shared, of which top 4 teams shall be selected based on points first and in-case of a tie based on NRR, shall qualify for the challenger stage. Furthermore top 4 teams from the league stage shall play 1 match amongst themselves as per the schedule shared to determine their relative position and for this their previous points and NRR shall be taken into consideration.
    After this stage, for the challenger round, all points and NRR for all teams shall be reset. In the challenger stage 8 teams shall play 2 match each as per the schedule given and top 4 teams shall qualify for Semi Final based on Points first and incase of tie based on NRR.
  11.  A player shall retire after making 15 runs and shall be eligible to come back after fall of 3 wickets in the same zone. Only 1 player scoring 15 runs in zone A shall be considered as a trump player and will be allowed to bat in zone B after fall of 3 wickets of players who are part of zone B. Retiring player shall not be considered as a wicket. Few points which shall apply as part of the zoning game:
    # If the bowling team succeeds to get all wickets before the end of 4 overs rest of the balls remaining in Zone A will lapse and the Zone B will commence.
    # If in Zone A there are few players who haven’t batted at all then they will qualify to come first in Zone B once all the wickets of players who are part of Zone B have fallen and once they loose their wickets all those players who are not out in Zone A will qualify to bat thereafter.
    # Furthermore if any bowler takes 3 wickets in any single over then he shall be qualified to bowl 1 additional over provided the captain ensures that at least 5 bowlers have bowled by the end of their innings.
  12.  League match shall be of 8 overs, qualifier, challenger and semifinals shall be of 10 overs each and finals shall be of 12 overs.
    The number of bowlers in all stages other then league matches will be 6 and that for league matches will be 5.
  13.  Players are requested to be on time for the matches as the schedule given is only tentative and subject to change based on the completion pattern of the earlier matches. The match will not be delayed for any reason and the subsequent matches will start within 10 minutes of completion of the earlier match or as per schedule given.

General Rules for IPL Season 4.

  1. Each Team will have a Captain decided by the Team however they should not have been a captain in any of the earlier seasons.
  2. Umpire’s decision will be Final and there will be no review of the same. Any arguments with the Umpire, management or opposite team etc. on the ground will lead to strict disciplinary action.
  3. This year we are glad to continue DRS for run outs and stumping decisions given by the umpire. If any player feels that he has been given out when it is perceived that he wasn't or if the bowling side feels firmly that the batman was out, and the appeal dismissed by the umpire the respective team through their captain can make an appeal for review of the umpire’s decision. Each team will be given a maximum of 2 reviews per match which can be used either at the time of batting or bowling and once a review is unsuccessful the same will lapse else retained. Also no other player or person other than the managing committee of the IPL Season 4, umpires and technicians will have the right to review the recording of the video and the decision so given post review will be final in all respects.
    In case for any reason the review is not available due to certain technical hitch or obstruction or otherwise the original decision given by the umpire will be final and shall not be open to any further contest and the right to review restored.
  4. All standard cricketing rules apply except LBW apply, the decision of applicability of rules shall be at the sole discretion of the PTA and organisers of USGS.
  5. It will be an over arm Match using Headly Cricket Ball.
  6. Incase of a “Draw” in Semifinal and Finals a “Super Over” will declare the Decision. In case of a “Draw” in a “Super Over” Winner of that match will be decided on higher number of boundaries hit between either of the teams for that match. Six will be considered as a boundary.
  7. At the time of Match if all players of any specific team are not present, Match will commence irrespective with the number of players present and any “late comers” will not be allowed to play that particular match, please excuse the Managing team of IPL Season 4 from any queries on this, on the day of the match. Less than 9 players shall be a walk over for the other team.
  8. All Participants are requested to maintain proper Sports Gear at all times during the matches, sports shoes are a must. All participants’ are requested to wear their own Track pants (Track pants & shoes will not be provided by the management). The track pants will compulsorily be jet black and not ripped to ensure uniformity within & amongst all teams. The captain shall ensure this is adhered to, else will be forced to played without such players.
  9. Participants/viewers will not be allowed in shorts in the entire school premises and may be asked to leave if found wearing so.
  10. Team Captains are responsible to hand the Gears and Equipment’s provided by School to the PTA representative after each Match. When any PTA equipment is used the same will be done only after making an entry in the register kept, by the respective captain or vice-captain.
  11. First Aid will be available at the Ground.
  12. Players can use their own Kits as far it’s a tennis Ball Playing Kit.
  13. Team composition to be given at the time of toss, by the respective captains to the umpires.
  14. The decision of the Managing Team of USGS will be final and binding in all respects for all participants.
  15. Incase if the ball is hit out of ground by the batsman for the 1st time the batsman will be given 1 run as declared. If the ball is hit out for the 2nd time the batman is awarded no runs, is given a final warning and the ball is also counted. In case the ball is hit out for the 3rd time the batsman will be declared out.
  16.  In case of injury of any participant the PTA of USGS will take a call on case to case basis for replacement of the said player on merits.
  17.  Use of foul language, rude gestures or actions, any kind of swearing on ground by the participants or their supporters, showing displeasure for any decision of the Umpire or that of the USGS PTA by words or action, any kind of swearing by the supporters in a way which would distract or disturb the players or any other kind of indiscipline shall strictly not be tolerated and lead an immediate disqualification of the participant or team as the case may be and/or all results reversed.
  18.  All participants need to submit, through their respective captains, a fitness certificate from a registered medical practitioner without which the player will not be allowed to participate. If the same isn’t submitted it will be deemed that the player is fit to play and absolves the management, PTA, staff and others managing the cricket tournament from USGS, and nonetheless from any responsibility directly or remotely associated with the tournament. Further more all players specifically keep the management, staff, PTA and others indemnified for any claims and agree that their participation in the tournament and actions are voluntary and at their free will.Only the captain should make any request or communicate with the Umpires or to the managing team of USGS should there be any query.
  19.  All additional communication and changes if any will be communicated through the captains to the rest of the team.
  20.  Only 1 of the first 3 batsmen can be a bowler rest have to be only batsmen.
  21.  In case of a tie in points or otherwise the managing team of IPL Season 4 of USGS will decide on the appropriate methodology to declare the winner.
  22.  Maximum of 3 players will be allowed to field on the PVR side boundary, it will be the prerogative of the opposite teams to monitor that no more then 1 bowler is batting in the top order and such other rules of which entail restrictions on either side, the managing team or the Umpires will not keep a watch on the same.
  23.  If the overs aren’t bowled in time, the bowling team will get a penalty of 6 runs and/or reduction in the number of overs that they will get to bat. Therefore, it is the captain’s prerogative to ensure a uniform over delivery rate within the given timeframe, the only except being, stoppage of play due to injury or otherwise.
  24.  If the opposite team brings to the notice of the managing team of USGS or the Umpires, that the bowler is the second batman bowling, since 1 is allowed, before the 4th delivery is done, the entire over will have to be repeated and the gains made still added to the batting team.
  25.  The Super over will also be a power play whereby there cannot be more then 2 fielders beyond the white line demarcated just before the boundary line.
  26.  Runners will not be allowed for batsman who plays with prior or mocked injuries. If there is any incidence of injury which is brought to the notice of or noticed by any member of the managing team of USGS, which is mocked, the player will be debarred for all further matches, for all other cases decision will be taken on cases to case basis and will be applicable for all teams.
  27.  Free hit applicable on all no balls. The only way the batsman can be declared out during a free hit will be by way of a run out and not otherwise.
  28.  Maximum of 2 bouncers allowed in one over, if the third bouncer is bowled the bowler will not be allowed to bowl any further and the entire over will be re-bowled by another bowler and gains credited to the batting team.
Runs
Player
Runs
1
Ram Verma
Daffodil Panthers
143
2
Mihir Ghelani
Roses Warriors
80
3
Nandu Pallar
Daffodil Panthers
72
4
Kalpesh Mehta
Bluebells Gladiators
64
5
Manish Kanakia
Shamrocks Chargers
63
Wickets
Player
Wickets
1
Imran Malkani
Daffodil Panthers
15
2
Raj Nadar
Shamrocks Thunders
13
3
Kunal Lakhani
Roses Warriors
12
4
Mihir Shah
Roses Warriors
11
5
Nishant Shah
Daffodil Panthers
11
Sixes
Player
Sixes
1
Nandu Pallar
Daffodil Panthers
3
2
Saumil Khandwala
Shamrocks Superkings
3
3
Hardik Bharat Dhruv
Shamrocks Superkings
2
4
Kamesh Shah
Bluebells Bravehearts
2
5
Siddharth Ghua
Roses Avengers
2
Fours
Player
Fours
1
Krishna Rana
Roses Avengers
4
2
Hardik Bharat Dhruv
Shamrocks Superkings
3
3
Mufaddal Bootwala
Shamrocks Thunders
3
4
Siddharth Ghua
Roses Avengers
3
5
Darshan Malkan
Royal Roses
2
6
Kamal Harpalani
Roses Warriors
2
7
Kamesh Shah
Bluebells Bravehearts
2
8
Keyur Chotalia
Roses Warriors
2
9
Kunal Ghia
Bluebells Gladiators
2
10
Nakul Dantara
Daffodil Panthers
2
11
Nidhesh Saboo
Roses Warriors
2
12
Sachin Jain
Shamrocks Thunders
2
13
Smit Gandhi
Shamrocks Superkings
2
Catches
Player
Catches
1
Ram Verma
Daffodil Panthers
9
2
Kamal Harpalani
Roses Warriors
8
3
Hemal Jain
Daffodil Panthers
7
4
Saumil Khandwala
Shamrocks Superkings
7
5
Dharmesh Pujara
Daffodil Daredevils
6
6
Maitrik Doshi
Shamrocks Thunders
6
7
Mohit Motwani
Shamrocks Thunders
6
8
Sachin Jain
Shamrocks Thunders
6
9
Yasheet L. Mehta
Shamrocks Superkings
6
Run Outs
Player
Run Outs
1
Mihir Ghelani
Roses Warriors
10
2
Tanmay Gala
Bluebells Gladiators
9
3
Bhavesh Shah
Daffodil Panthers
7
4
Hemal Jain
Daffodil Panthers
7
5
Keyur Chotalia
Roses Warriors
7
6
Mihir Parekh
Bluebells Bravehearts
7
7
Saumil Khandwala
Shamrocks Superkings
7
Stumpings
Player
Stumpings
1
Keyur Chotalia
Roses Warriors
15
2
Nakul Dantara
Daffodil Panthers
9
3
Yasheet L. Mehta
Shamrocks Superkings
6
4
Sachin Jain
Shamrocks Thunders
4
5
Balvinder Toteja
Daffodil Daredevils
3
6
Mihir Ghelani
Roses Warriors
3
7
Mihir Parekh
Bluebells Bravehearts
3
Higest Score
Player
Higest Score
1
Puneet Khandelwal
Bluebells Titans
31
2
Ram Verma
Daffodil Panthers
26
3
Saumil Khandwala
Shamrocks Superkings
25
4
Krishna Rana
Roses Avengers
23
5
Kalpesh Mehta
Bluebells Gladiators
22
BBI
Player
BBI
1
Raj Nadar
Shamrocks Thunders
5/3
2
Nishant Shah
Daffodil Panthers
4/1
3
Imran Malkani
Daffodil Panthers
4/7
4
Devankit Kochhar
Shamrocks Superkings
4/11
5
Mihir Shah
Roses Warriors
4/12
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