About AECL

AECL SEASON 5 - Artist event cricket league (AECL) is an exciting crickettournament that serves as a platform for artists, artist managementcompanies, wedding planners, social event hosting companies, and otherevent management companies from across India.

The primary objective of AECL is to unite cricket fans who share a commonlove for the game and provide them with an opportunity to connect with eachother. beyond fostering a sense of camaraderie among cricket enthusiasts,this tournament also creates new business opportunities and facilitatesgrowth for all participants involved.

With its wide reach and diverse participation, AECL season 5promises to be an exhilarating event that not only celebratescricket but also promotes collaboration, business expansion,and professional growth.


  • Established authority created by brand recognition in the industry of eventplanning followed by new business opportunities presented with differentcompanies, exceptional suppliers and the artist and wedding community.
    2 PR online articles on ANI and Times of India, and 2 electronic mediacoverage on AajTak, ABP, etc.
    Each Team owner can invite 4 members in Auction where they will getmedia interaction along with famous TV channels

A logo on the jersey will also be thoroughly advertised. Additionally, fouradditional logos, two on both the shoulders and two on the lower part, canbe attached and sold, and so forth.
You will receive a sports jacket designed by India's renowned fashiondesigner, along with an opportunity to get on a ramp walk alongside thedesigner and models.
Live entertainment by bands, DJs, dance troupes, and internationalartists after the end of every match, with food and beverages.


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Rules & Regulations

General Rules -

  1. A player who is played in one team is not allowed to play in another team.

  2. This tournament would be played with Green Tennis ball.

  3. Each innings would start with a new ball.

    • In case a ball is being lost or broken before two overs of an innings, then new ball would be issued.
    • If lost after two overs of an innings, old ball [used] would be issued.

  4. Group matches would be of 10 overs & knockout matches would of 12 overs (QF & SF) and Finale will be of 15 overs a side.

  5. Power Play-

    • Group Matches: First 2 overs are mandatory power play. The Batting power play is not applicable.
    • Knockout Matches: First 2 overs are mandatory bowling power play & 1 over Batting Power Play which can be taken anytime between 3 to 8 overs by the batting team, failing to do so the 8th over will become mandatory batting power play over.
    • Final Match: First 2 overs are mandatory bowling power play & 2 over Batting Power Play which can be taken anytime between 3 to 10 overs by the batting team, failing to do so the 10th over will become mandatory batting power play over.
    • Only 3 players can field outside the 30yard circle during power play overs.
    • During the non-power play overs minimum of 4 fielders should be present within the 30 yard circle, failure to do so during a delivery of a ball would be called a No-Ball by the umpire.

  6. Team composition and Reporting time:

    • Team should report 45 minutes prior to the scheduled match start time. Toss would be held 30 minutes before the start of the scheduled time.
    • Before toss Captains have to give playing 11 names.

  7. In case of delay in start of the match due to late arrival of teams.

    • Delay up to 5 minutes, 1 over will be reduced per side.
    • Delay up to 10 minutes, 2 overs will be reduced per side.
    • Delay beyond 15 minutes, match will be awarded to the opposition team.

  8. It is captain’s responsibility to uphold spirit of the game by his team.

  9. If any player comes without a kit, then he/she will not be allowed to play the match.

  10. Any prolonged argument by a team, would yield a walkover to the opposition team based on the decision by umpires and organizers.

  11. If any team walks out of the ground on protest during the playtime, the team will be disqualified from the tournament.

  12. If any team misbehaves or abuses the umpires inside the field or outside the field during the match, the team will be disqualified from the tournament.

  13. For every win, a team would get 2 points and losing team won’t get any point.

  14. Walkover- 2 points to the team reporting for play and this match will not be taken for calculation of NRR.

  15. In case of a tie in the Group Stages each team would get 1 point each.

  16. In knockout matches, if a tie happens Super Over would be held.

    Rules for Super Over

    • The Team Batting second in the match will bat first in the super over.
    • 3 Batsmen from each team can bat and 1 bowler from each team will bowl.
    • Entire fielding unit is allowed to field.
    • In case super over is tied, below rules are applicable.
      • Highest Number of 6’s (main + super over)- 1st priority.
      • Highest Number of 4’s (main + super over)- 2nd priority.
      • Least Number of wickets fallen (main + super over)- 3rd priority.
      • Above priority order only for main match will be followed.

  17. In Group Stages if two teams are tied with same points, NRR would be taken into account and the team which has a better NRR would move to the knockout stage.
  18. If a match is stopped due to rain, then the match will start where it was stopped and if the rain continues more than 15 mins then DLS method will be applicable.
  19. Any requests for a change of match timings will not be entertained.
  20. In matters of doubt not covered by the tournament rules, the decision the tournament committee will be final and binding upon all concerned as per the standard rules.
  21. Dead Ball [During the course of play]: The ball shall be considered to be dead when it is clear to the umpire at the bowler's end that the fielding side and both batsmen at the wicket have ceased to regard it as in play. Whether the ball is finally settled or not is a matter for the umpire alone to decide.
  22. The tournament will be played from both the wicket; umpires & bowler will change end after the completion of an over.

Batsman Rules:

  1. LBW are not applicable for this tournament.

  2. All “no-balls” (As per ICC rules: front foot, side-line, above the waist, Fielding restriction etc.) result in a free hit in the next delivery, where the field can be changed only if the batsman has crossed over or no ball is due to Field restriction.

  3. A runner can be used only when a player gets injured during the innings or during fielding. A runner cannot be used for a player who is injured before the start of the match/ tired during the match. The runner can be used only with the discretion of the umpires depending on the reason/cause and consent from the opposition captain.

  4. Initial 11 only can bat during the match, irrespective of the substitutes we could take in the match.

  5. All the other ICC cricket rules are applicable as it is.

  6. Obstructing the field: If either batsman can be given out if he will fully attempt to obstruct or distract

Bowling Rules:

  1. Regulations are as follows

    • 10 Overs Match -> 3 – 2 – 2 – 2 – 1 (Max overs by a bowler)
    • 12 Overs Match -> 3 – 3 – 3 – 2 – 1 (Max overs by a bowler)
    • 15 Overs Match -> 4 – 4 – 3 – 3 – 1 (Max overs by a bowler)

  2. One bouncer is allowed per over, provided the ball passes between the shoulder and the head, However, ball passing over the head will be declared as a wide.

  3. If the first bouncer is above head height and batsman gets out or scores runs, then it’s considered the first bouncer and it’s considered a legal delivery.

  4. Also, batsman would be declared out or scored runs would be counted respectively

  5. Free hit is allowed for all No balls (all foot no-balls, above waist no-balls, no balls due to fielding restriction or some other reason).

  6. Foot no –ball can be called on following conditions.

  7. If the bowler bowls without some part of the front foot either grounded [first grounding point] or in the air behind the popping crease.

  8. If the bowler’s back foot touchesor crosses the return crease.

  9. No-ball could also be called, If the bowler bowls more than one bouncer per over.

  10. Any delivery, which passes or would have passed on the full above waist height of the striker standing upright at the crease.

  11. In case if a bowler chucks during his action of bowling.

  12. If field restriction rules are not followed as per the guidelines.

  13. If the bowler starts the over/changes the side of the wicket from which he bowls without telling the guard to the umpire.

  14. Length of the Pitch: Pitch length would be of 22 yards

  15. Chucking is strictly not allowed and if batsman at strikers or non-strikers end appeals against the action it’s left to the umpires on-field and organizing committee to analyze the action and if they find a problem, they could warn the bowler. If the bowler continues with the same action umpires could call a no-ball.

  16. The wicket keeper wants to bowl, he could bowl but before that, it’s his/captain’s responsibility to inform the umpire about the change of wicket keeper.

  17. This needs to be ensured by fielding captain & in case missed out umpire could call the delivery as no-ball.

  18. All the other ICC cricket rules are applicable as it is.

  19. Judging a Wide:
    If the Bowler bowls the ball so high over or so wide of the wicket that, in the opinion of the Umpire it passes out of reach of the Striker, standing in a normal guard position, the Umpire shall call and signal "wide ball" as soon as it has passed the line of the Striker's wicket.

  20. The Umpire shall not adjudge a ball as being a wide if:

    • The Striker, by moving from his guard position, causes the ball to pass out of his reach provided ball is within the identified wide line.
    • The Striker move sand thus brings the ball within his reach.
    • If the striker switches the Batting Guard before ball is delivered and ball in within the identified wide line considering both the sides of wicket as Off side.

Fielding Rules:

  1. A maximum of 5 fielders are only allowed in on – side field at any stage of the game [Including bowler if bowler bowls around the wicket].

  2. Gloves are Mandatory for Keepers

  3. If the batsman during the course of backing up leaves the popping crease before the ball is delivered, he could be run out by the bowler. Giving a warning is left to the fielding captain and bowler.

  4. During the course of bowling action, fielders other than wicketkeeper are allowed to move only in the forward direction but not on sideways. Umpire can call it as No ball, if this rule is violated causing distraction.

  5. During the course of bowling action, fielders including the wicketkeeper are not allowed to make any noise which distracts the batsman. Umpire can call it No ball, If the fielders are making such noise.

  6. The umpires shall have the discretion to allow, for wholly acceptable reasons, a substitute fielder to act for a nominated player, at the start of the match, or at any subsequent time.

  7. If the player is absent from the field for longer than 2 overs, the player shall not be permitted to bowl in that innings after his return until he has been on the field for at least the number of overs for which he was absent.

  8. If the player is absent from the field for longer than 2 over, the player shall not be permitted to bat unless or until in the aggregate, he has returned to the field and/or his side’s innings has been in progress for at least that number of overs for which he has been absent or, if earlier, when his side has lost five wickets.

  9. The above two restriction (5&6) shall not apply if the player has suffered an external blow (as opposed to an internal injury such as a pulled muscle) whilst participating earlier in the match and consequently been forced to leave the field. Nor shall it apply if the player has been absent for very exceptional and wholly acceptable reasons (other than injury or illness). This exception will be decided by on field umpires and organizing committee.


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