** NB: These do not apply in the qualifying competition for the BCEW David Townley Memorial Twenty20 Cup
1. 20 overs per team.
2. Maximum 4 overs per bowler.
3. Three "Total " overs must be bowled by the end of the tenth over and six in total.
4. If a team only has one "Total" in their side for any match, that one "Total " will bowl all six "Total " overs required.
This will not be an option for any team with two or more "Totals " in their side.
5. Wides and no balls worth 1 run and to be reboled to a maximum of a 9 ball over.
6. Wides and no balls to be rebowled in overs 16 to 20 inclusive, of each innings, to conclusion.
7. Batsmen to retire on reaching 50 runs, this to happen after the ball during which they reach 50. If more than one player does retire they return to the crease based on the original batting order.
8. Batsmen aged under 15When bowling to a High or Mid-partial batsman aged under 13, the ball must bounce twice before the popping crease.
When bowling to a High-partial batsman aged under 15, the ball must bounce once before the popping crease.
9. Team with most runs after 20 overs wins the match.
10. In the event of a tie, the team losing the least number of wickets wins.
11. All other BCEW Twenty20 rules apply.
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