Rules and Teams announced for Postal Services Cricket Fes’

CricketFilePhotoMSports Page — The Postal service’s cricket festival will be played at the ET Willet Park starting at 5 pm tomorrow-Saturday 7th February. The four teams involved are: Postal Services; Water Department; Public Works and an under seventeen team.

The rules or the tournament and three of the participating teams have been released as follows:

Rules for the World Post Day Cricket Match

It was decided that there be rules for the game due to the fact that the teams will be comprised of males and females. Thus the rules are:

No one is to bowl more than 2 overs.

No throwing unless a female is bowling.

A female from each team must bowl an over, unless the match finishes before the 10th over

The female MUST bat between the 1st and 5th player unless the match concludes before the 5th player.

There must be 4 players inside the circle/boundary for the entire match.

There will be no byes and no leg byes.

No leg before wicket. (Every run must be played off the bat unless there is an over throw or a no ball.)

Players must wear long sports pants/long jeans and white shirt; (no cut off jeans or short pants will be allowed). Sleeveless shirts will not be allowed.

Public Works Department Cricket Team

Elroy David
Frank Monzac (CAPTAIN)
Daniel Williams
Devon Stanley
Marvin Hamilton
Mike Browne
Cleon Bryan
Janice (Speechless) Nisbett
Andrez Bartlette
Joseph Williams
Jevon Williams
Gloria Morton (Stand By)

Post Office Team

Joseph Williams (CAPTAIN) (bowler)
Elmo Grant
Vernon (Tim) Wilkerson
Doreen Hendrickson (bowler)
Surprise Player
Zavero Forbes
Keston Herbert (bowler)
Roger Fyfield (keeper)
Reginald Liburd
Diquon Hamilton
Shamari Mitchell
Valentino Hutton
Shevon Browne

Water Department Team

Vincent Newton
Elmo Williams
O’Neal Walters
O’Shain Williams
Glendine Luke
Phillo Wallace
Saheed Tyson
Desmond Bartlette
Sherrill Sutton
Elroy Kelly
Verlie Tweed
Sharma Browne
Jamal Springette
William Daniel
Arnold Jermaine

Kirtley Tyson
Charles Parris
Clyde Maynard
Llewellyn Wiltshire

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