Cricket Information: New ICC Rules of Cricket Bat-Cricket Law 5

Bat size

ICC bat size rulesCricket Law 5 for Bat

The Bat:

This law will set out basic requirement and measurement of the bat with detailed specification. The bat has two parts, one handle, and one blade.

1. The Handle 

The handle is the main part of the bat for lifting the bat, Handles are mainly made of sugarcane and/or wood. The handle of the bat completely outside the blade is defined as the upper part of the bat. It is a straight shaft to catch the bat. The upper part of the handle as defined One end of the handle is inserted into a blade as a means of joining the handle and blade.

This lower part is used entirely to join blades and handles. It is not a part of the blade, but in explaining the blades are considered to be extended to this lower part of the handle.


2. The Blade

The blade has a face, a back, a toe, one side, and shoulders. The face of the blade is its main striking surface and as a result of traditional suppressive techniques, it will be a flat or slightly convex curve. The back is the opposite surface. 

The shoulders, sides, and toes are the remaining surfaces, which separate the face and the back.

The blade has a face, a back, a toe, one side, and shoulders. The face of the blade is its main striking surface and as a result of traditional suppressive techniques, it will be a flat or slightly convex curve. The back is the opposite surface.

The shoulders, sides, and toes are the remaining surfaces, which separate the face and the back.

3 Protection and repair

For the sole purpose of Surface damage to either the blade's face, sides, and shoulders
Or after repairing the blade after surface damage, Materials that are not rigid can be placed on these surfaces, either for blades or at the time of application.

In addition to surface damage to repair the blade after damage, Solid content can be inserted into the blade.

Damage to the ball 

For any part of the bat, cover or undiscovered, the hardness of the component material and its surface texture will not be such that both or both can cause unacceptable damage to the ball. Any material kept on any part of the bat, for whatever purpose, will not be so much that it can cause unacceptable damage to the ball. For the purpose of this law, unacceptable damage exceeds normal change and tears due to the ball striking the blade on the wood surface.

 Bat size 

The total length of the bat, when the lower part of the handle is inserted, the 38 / 96.52 cm will not exceed 38. The blade of the bat will not exceed the following dimensions: Width: 4.25in / 10.8 cm

Depth: 2.64in / 6.7cm. Edges: 1.56in / 4.0 cm. In addition to the balls of size 6 and less, the handles will not exceed 52% of the total length of the bat.The material allowed to cover the blade in 5.4.1 should not exceed 0.04 / 0.1 cm in thickness.The maximum permissible thickness of the protective material placed on the toe of the blade is 0.12 / 0.3 cm.

Toe and side inserts 

The wood thickness used should not exceed 0.35 cm / 0.8 9 cm. At any point of the toe, the blade will not be extended from 2.5 / cm to 2.55 cm toe. At any point, no side can be inserted from the edge of the blade with more than 1 / 2.54cm edge.

Categories 

Type A, B, and C Batteries are 5.1 to 5.7 equivalent. Type a bat can be used at any level. Specifications for type D bats have been used only for junior players for use by junior cricket. Type B, Type C, Type D, and any other Bat Bats can be used at the level set by the Governing Body for cricket in the respective country. Bats who do not qualify for any of the four categories, they are not recognized in D.



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