Welcome to the Home of Gauteng North's Indoor Cricket Teams.
Games Scheduled for Monday, 27 May 2013
See all Fixtures and Results
New Season!Starting on April 2013
Contact Braam on 072 307 0601 to enter your team!
Player Stats Website!We are pleased to announce the launch of the Stats Website.
To register, please email email@example.com to obtain a username and password.
Please remember to include your Team's Name and your contact details.
The Stats Website allows you to capture the complete Score Sheet or a Summarised version of the game.
Home of Gauteng North's Indoor Cricket Teams.We have 2 indoor courts and schedule 6 to 8 games a day, Monday to Friday. In addition, we can arrange practise sessions on Saturdays. Please contact us for more information.
» R280.00 Grading Game
» 10 League games
(R280.00 per Team /
R35.00 per Player)
» R280.00 Semi Finals
» R280.00 Finals
View the Bowling & Scoring Simulator
Playing area/net dimensionsThe court is rectangular, 28m-30m long, 10.5m-12m wide, and roofed by flat netting at 4m and 4.5m high. The walls are also of flexible netting. The cricket pitch is 20m long and 1.8m wide, covered with artificial turf, with the striker’s end close to one end of the court. An additional line is marked across the middle of the pitch, 11m from the striker’s popping crease, and forms the non-striker’s crease, behind which he is safe from being run out. The batsmen run only 11m to score runs instead of the full length of the pitch.
An 'exclusion zone' is marked in an arc extending at a radius of 3m from the batting crease. All lines are marked at a thickness of 5.5cm. The underarm line is marked across the pitch 7m from the striker’s stumps.
The wickets are 22.86cm wide, 71.1cm high and consist of three stumps with two bails 11.1cm long on top. The wickets are located at each end of the pitch 20m apart. The stumps are of equal and sufficient size to prevent the ball from passing through. Bails may be wooden or plastic and must be tied to the stumps.