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  • Law 3 (The umpires) Develop by Qulb e Abas
  • 1.Appointment and attendanceBefore the match, two umpires shall beappointed, one for each end, to control thegame as required by the Laws, with absoluteimpartiality. The umpires shall be present onthe ground and report to the Executive of theground at least 45 minutes before thescheduled start of each day’s play.
  • 2.Change of umpireAn umpire shall not be changed during thematch, other than in exceptionalcircumstances, unless he is injured or ill. Ifthere has to be a change of umpire, thereplacement shall act only as striker’s endumpire unless the captains agree that heshould take full responsibility as an umpire. View slide
  • 3.Agreement with captainsBefore the toss the umpires shall(a) ascertain the hours of play and agree with thecaptains(i) the balls to be used during the match. See Law 5(The ball).(ii) times and durations of intervals for meals and timesfor drinks intervals. See Law 15 (Intervals).(iii) the boundary of the field of play and allowances forboundaries. See Law 19 (Boundaries).(iv) any special conditions of play affecting the conductof the match.(b) inform the scorers of agreements in (ii), (iii) and (iv)above. View slide
  • 4.To inform captains and scorersBefore the toss the umpires shall agreebetween themselves and inform both captainsand both scorers(i) which clock or watch and back-up timepiece is to be used during the match.(ii) whether or not any obstacle within thefield of play is to be regarded as a boundary.See Law 19 (Boundaries).
  • 5.The wickets, creases and boundaries Before the toss and during the match, the umpires shall satisfy themselves that (a) the wickets are properly pitched. See Law 8 (The wickets). (b) the creases are correctly marked. See Law 9 (The bowling, popping and return creases). (c) the boundary of the field of play complies with the requirements of Laws 19.1 (The boundary of the field of play) and 19.2 (Defining the boundary – boundary marking).
  • 6. Conduct of the game, implements and equipmentBefore the toss and during the match, the umpires shall satisfythemselves that(a) the conduct of the game is strictly in accordance with the Laws.(b) the implements of the game conform to the following(i) Law 5 (The ball)(ii) externally visible requirements of Law 6 (The bat) and AppendixE.(iii) either Laws 8.2 (Size of stumps) and 8.3 (The bails) or, ifappropriate, Law 8.4 (Junior cricket).(c) (i) no player uses equipment other than that permitted. SeeAppendix D. Note particularly therein the interpretation of‘protective helmet’.(ii) the wicket-keeper’s gloves comply with the requirements of Law40.2 (Gloves).
  • 7. Fair and unfair playThe umpires shall be the sole judges of fairand unfair play.
  • Umpiring signals
  • bye
  • Five runs
  • Four runs
  • Dead ball
  • Leg bye
  • New ball
  • Last over
  • No ball
  • One shot
  • Penalty run
  • Out
  • Six runs
  • Revoke last signal
  • thanks