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WDCU and Umpires Association on Player Conduct

WDCU and Umpires Association on Player Conduct

By Dumfries Cricket
20 May
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Understand what player behaviour is expected by the Club and the WDCU and the Umpires Association.


The WDCU has been working in partnership with CSMOA (the umpire's association) to deliver a series of communications to clubs regarding the issue of player behaviour.

These WDCU communications are listed below and we would ask players to examine and understand how they apply this season.

WDCU initial Communication on player behaviour
WDCU second Communication on player behaviour
WDCU Communication on player behaviour and the Laws

Penalty Runs: New laws – 41 Unfair Play and – 42 Player’s Conduct were introduced in 2019. On field sanctions were introduced leading to penalty runs being deducted and/or player suspensions during the match being handed down for more serious or repeat offences. (These will be applied in games with official umpires.)

"So to conclude our three joint communications on player behavior, the message from the WDCU and CSMOA is repeated: ‘Respect your opponents and match officials and play in the Spirit of Cricket.’

Players who do not do so will face sanctions. Clubs who fail to control their players will also face team and whole club sanctions as the WDCU/CSMOA strive to tackle this issue."

We as a Club do not want to be the subject of any issues of unacceptable behaviour whatsoever and intend to have another clean sheet for 2022, and that lies with you, our Captains and players.

The Cricket Scotland Code of Conduct is attached.

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Cricket Scotland Code of Conduct

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