About Super-Cricket Game

About Super-Cricket

The Super-Cricket is a new sport has been developed by Prof. Mohammed Seraj ANSARI (India), President-INOC, the super-cricket is an unique sport and superfast, less consuming time and extra excitement, thrilling and appealing to the lovers of the game. The Super-Cricket is not a sport only for its players, lovers of the sport, officials; it is also for those sports, which are struggling hard to get establish in the region, the super-cricket will generate funds through sponsorship and other ways etc. and 75% of the generated funds will be consumed into the promotion of the all Non-Olympic Sports worldwide under the auspices of the International Non-Olympic Committee (INOC).

Although a Super-Cricket team consists of twelve (12) players, only nine (9) of these players will take the field during the innings in which the team is fielding, with the 10th 11th & 12th players remaining in reserve in the likelihood of an injury to a fielding player. One player will always take the position of the wicketkeeper, another player will be designated as a bowler, leaving seven (7) players to adopt various positions as chosen by the captain within the field of play. The fielding tactics adopted by the captain will vary depending on whether the fielding captain has chosen to adopt either defensive or attacking tactics.

The tactics are decided after taking into account a number of variables. These will include whether or not the fielding team has already batted and if so, whether the total runs they made during their batting innings are decisive enough for the captain to decide the fielding team is in a winning position. An attacking field would be set so as to force the batting side into making errors by adopting aggressive bowling tactics and placing fieldsmen in close to the batsman. A defensive field setting would be set, in the event the fielding captain believes his team's previous batting total can be easily eclipsed. The fieldsmen would be placed in such a way; they would be able to save the majority of batting strokes from reaching the boundary for super-six (6 runs) or more runs. If the fielding captain is able to force the batsmen into taking single runs, the likelihood of a forced error or dismissal is more than possible.

Super-Cricket highlights:
Over in ODISC Match : 25 Overs Each Side
Ball in an Over : Five Balls
Stump : Four (4) Stumps
Bails : Three (3) Bails
Boundary : Supe-Six (6) Runs
Over the Boundary : Super-Ten (10) Runs
Out with NPZ : Four Times
LBW : ( - ) Four Runs To Team & Batsman, Reduce 4 Runs in Bowler's Total Average On Every LBW.
Penalty : Ten Runs
Match Timing : 2.00 hours Each Side
No Ball : 2 Runs Penalty
Wide Ball : 2 Runs Penalty
Category : Men & Women
Member in Team : 12 Players
Players in Team : 9 Players
Team Colour : Lower-Grey, T-Shirt-Blue & Red for Each Side Team
Wicket Keeper Colour : Lower & T-Shirt-Yellow

NPZ - no playing zone in Super-Cricket
Playing disallowed in NPZ - no playing zone area: the playing is disallowed in NPZ - no playing zone area for batsmen, if any batsmen played stroke in NPZ four times, batsmen will be awarded Out. if batsmen played stroke and ball return in NPZ area without contact with the bat of the batsmen shall not be counted NPZ. if batsmen played stroke and ball return in NPZ area make contact suddenly or intentionally with a fielder, bowlers in NPZ area shall not be counted NPZ. if batsmen tried to play ball but ball no contact with bat and return into NPZ area, contact with pad and other part of body so it shall not be counted NPZ. The NPZ is basically become a tool to makes boundaries and over the boundaries duirng the play, the NPZ is forcing to batsmen to play the game as fast as fastest super-cricket which gives exitement and continues interest in the game, which is essential for each sports.
The Super-Cricket Ground Pitch (Layout)