By-Laws

Updated: September 2021

LOCAL RULES

54. Cricket attire

All players who take the field of play in a one-day match shall wear the approved dress i.e.

  1. HATS - White hat or cap, approved club hat or cricket cap, with which the player is registered, (approved means - approved by the Association). S.M.C.A. caps are not permitted for club fixtures.
  2. SHIRTS –
    Two Day Matches: White or cream, long or short sleeved shirts with collar attached.
    One Day Matches: White or cream, long or short sleeved shirts with collar attached or any one day shirt that has been approved by the association to be worn in One Day Matches
  3. TROUSERS -
    Two Day Matches: Long white or cream trousers
    One Day Matches: Long white or cream trousers or any one-day trousers that has been approved by the association to be worn in One Day Matches
  4. FOOTWEAR - Appropriate sports shoes.
  5. JUMPERS –
    Two day matches: Plain white, plain cream or club pullover with either short or long sleeves.
    One Day Matches Plain white, plain cream or club pullover with either short or long sleeves or sleeveless or any one day jumpers that has been approved by the association to be worn in One Day Matches
  6. Should any association approved gear be worn it must be worn by all members of that team. Where player/s are incorrectly attired in any way, the Umpire will inform the captain of the offending team, of the attire and note same in both score books. Should more than one player be breaching this rule it will be deemed that the playing attire worn by the majority of the players on that team is the correct attire and the other offending players shall be noted and reported by the umpire/s
  7. SPONSORSHIP LOGOS – Any club sponsor/s that will be displayed on any or all playing attire must meet the approval of the Executive. A design of the attire showing the layout of the clothing including sponsor/s logos must be approved by the Executive.
  8. In all grades below third grade, white shorts and white T-shirts are permitted.
  9. Clothing manufacturers logos are permitted on shirts and trousers
  10. Any player reported for infringing this rule shall draw a fine upon their club.
  11. Where a player is incorrectly attired in any way, the Umpire will inform the captain of the offending team, of the attire and note same in both score books