Category of official Super-Cricket
The ISCC has approved the following the category of matches include all official super-cricket recognized by ISCC.
The following matches shall be classified as official super-cricket:
2. One Day Internationals Super-Cricket
(i) One Day International Super-Cricket matches shall be of one day's scheduled duration.
(ii) The participating countries in a series may provide for a reserve day on which an incomplete match may be replayed.
(i) All matches played in the official World Cup competition, including matches involving Associate Member countries.
(ii) All matches played between the Member countries of ISCC as part of an official tour itinerary.
(iii) All matches played as part of an official tournament between Member countries, at an ISCC approved Associate or Affiliate Member venue.
Note: Matches involving the 'A' team of Member countries shall not be classified as One Day Internationals Super-Cricket.
3. First Class Matches
(i) A match of three or more days' duration between two sides of nine players played on natural turf pitches on international standard grounds and substantially conforming to standard playing conditions shall be regarded as a first-class fixture.
(ii) In the following Rules the term 'governing body' is restricted to Members and Associate Members of the Committee.
(i) Members of the International Super-Cricket Committee shall decide the status of matches of three or more days' duration played in their countries.
(ii) In matches of three or more days' duration played in countries which are not Members of the International Super-Cricket Committee.
A If the visiting team comes from a country that is a Member of the International Super-Cricket Committee, that country shall decide the status of matches.
B If the visiting team does not come from a country, which is a Member of the International Super-Cricket Committee.
Note (i) Governing Bodies agree that the interest of first-class super-cricket will be served by ensuring that first-class status is not accorded to any match in which one or other of the teams taking part cannot on a strict interpretation of the definitions be adjudged first-class.
Note (ii) In case of any disputes arising from these Rules, the Chairman of the International Super-Cricket Committee shall refer the matter for decision to the Committee, failing unanimous agreement by postal communication being reached.
c First-class Status
The following matches shall be regarded as first-class, subject to the provisions of Definition (i) being complied with:
Matches played by teams representing state or regional associations affiliated to the National Super-Cricket Federation-NSCF between each other or against opponents adjudged first-class.
a) Matches involving the 'A' Team or Academy Team of Member countries.
b) Super-Cricket matches played between any Member countries held in any Member country, under the auspices of the NSCF.