Laws, Umpiring and Scoring
Laws of Cricket 2017 Code
A new Code of the Laws of Cricket has been drafted and approved by the M.C.C. Committee. The Code, to be titled Laws of Cricket 2017 Code came into force on 1st October 2017.
Summary of changes
The last time that a new Code of Laws was written was in 2000. With the way the game has evolved since then, there have been 6 Editions of that Code, with changes made in 2003, 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2015. It was felt that the time was right for a new Code of Laws, providing a chance to review all the Laws, to make some significant alterations and to tidy up many of the piecemeal changes made since 2000.
Guides from the ECB – Association of Cricket Officials
Amateur Umpire Help Guide 2019
By Jo Watson, Guildford Cricket Club
Guides for Officials, Parent Helpers & Parents
in Junior Cricket
There are a number of guides which can be viewed or downloaded from the links in this page that are offered to help officials, parent helpers and parents to support their children’s cricket be that as umpires, scorers or observers.
They are summaries of the Laws of cricket as published by the MCC.
We believe them to be correct at the time of publication but if you spot any errors or, if the Laws evolve, please let us know and we will update them accordingly.
For further reading we recommend Tom Smith’s excellent publication ‘Cricket Umpiring and Scoring’ (ISBN-13 978 0 297 966441 1).
Mervyn Granshaw – email@example.com
Pairs Scoring, Scoring Guide, Which Batsman and GCC LBW Guide
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