- 2 teams comprised of 1 or more players per side (generally 2-4 per side).
- 1 innings per team comprised of 50 balls a side.
- 10 overs to be bowled by each team, consisting of 5ball overs, shared between team members.
- 4 wickets for each teams innings.
How Are Runs Scored
- Runs can be scored by allocating specific areas for a certain amount of runs.
- Boundaries must be put in place where 4's and 6's can be determined
- Running between the wickets is an optional extra if felt required for the game
How You Can Get Out
- In a pool area or veggie patch (caught)
- Window on the full (caught)
- Caught in a bucket/net/hitting a designated object (fielder commonly known as "Jeffery") (caught)
- Electric keeper/slips (caught)
- Over The Fence - 6 & Out
- If an LBW is plum/salmon trout, the player is atomatically out. If there is dispute between teams, the batsman recieves 1 chance, but the following close LBW shout will be out.
- Electric stumping (ball hits the back wall and rebounds onto the stumps if the batsman is out of his crease he is out)
Decision Review System - DRS
- Bolwing powerplay can be taken for 1 over resulting in -15 runs to the batting side for every wicket lost within the powerplay over.
- Batting powerplay can be taken for 1 over resulting in runs to be worth double the value during the powerplay over.