Indoor Cricket in Kathmandu

Posted on Apr 29, 2014 by sabindangol under Miscellaneous

Tags: Indoor,Cricket,Kathmandu,Nepal

Royal Indoor Cricket is now Open.

Where it is Located
They are located in Golfutar, Kathmandu next chock after Basbari. 

Contact Number
01-4372122. They will be open from 6 am to 10 pm everyday. 

They have 2 court where 6 player in one team can play. That is, 12 player. One team will get 12 over. Estimate time for the play is around 1 hour 10 minutes.

About the rules, most of the rules and regulation are same as outdoor cricket but batsman are more bounded in Indoor cricket rule. More Rules will be Updated soon.

Price: Nrs 2,000 
With the new updates here is more detail about RULE play and Pricing.
The Rules are different from Outdoor Cricket!

Like its outdoor cousin, indoor cricket involves two batsmen, a bowler and a team of fielders. The bowler bowls the ball to the batsmen who must score runs. The team with the highest score at the end of the match wins. Despite these basic similarities, the game itself differs significantly from its traditional counterpart in several ways, most notably on the field of play and the means by which runs are obtained.

The Game Format
• 6 players per side
• 24 overs per game, 12 per side
• Everyone bowls two overs
• Everyone bats for 4 overs per pair
• Batting/ Scoring Runs

How runs are scored
• You bat in pairs and face four overs as a partnership
• If you are out you do not leave the court, you stay at the crease and continue to bat for the full four overs
• Every time you are out your team loses five runs from the total
• In order to score runs you must complete a run between the wickets (from the batting crease to the running crease). For this you will be given one run, plus additional runs (Bonus run) depending on where you hit the ball.

• There are six players in the fielding team
• The field has to have three players in each half of the court before the delivery is bowled
• Once the ball is released fielders are free to move in either half of the court
• Bowling
• Everyone has to bowl
• An over lasts 6 balls

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