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Points table for matches completed by 12 Jul 2011
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Points by match: Eastern Division
|14 Jun 2011||Bedfordshire||9||Suffolk||9||Table | Match|
|28 Jun 2011||Lincolnshire||20||Northumb||5||Table | Match|
|12 Jul 2011||Suffolk||21||Bucks||4||Table | Match|
Points by match: Western Division
|14 Jun 2011||Berkshire||24||Cornwall||5||Table | Match|
|28 Jun 2011||Devon||22||Oxfordshire||4||Table | Match|
|11 Jul 2011||Hrford||23||Dorset||5||Table | Match|
|12 Jul 2011||Devon||22||Cheshire||5||Table | Match|
5.1 For a win in a two innings match, sixteen points, together with any bonus points scored in the first innings. The losing side shall retain any bonus points it has gained, but shall receive no other points.
5.2 In a tied match, all relevant innings having been completed, each side shall receive eight points, together with any bonus points scored in the first innings.
5.3 In a drawn match, each side to score four points, together with any bonus points scored in the first innings.
5.4 If the scores are equal in a drawn match, the side batting in the fourth innings shall receive eight points, plus any points scored in the first innings. The other side shall receive four points, together with any bonus points scored in the first innings.
5.5 A maximum of 4 first innings batting points (awarded only for performances in the first 90 overs) shall be awarded on the basis of one point at each of the following totals: 175, 225, 275 and 325.
5.6 A maximum of 4 first innings bowling points (awarded throughout the entirety of the first innings of each team) shall be awarded on the basis of one point each for the 3rd, 5th, 7th and 9th wicket actually taken.
5.7 If play has not commenced before 4.40pm on the second day (in which event a one innings match shall be played) no first innings points shall be scored. The side winning on the one innings to score 12 points, and the losing side 4 points. In a tie each side to score 8 points. In the event of a drawn match in which both sides have batted a minimum of 20 overs each, unless a side is dismissed in fewer overs, the points awarded shall be 8 points each.
5.8 If a match is abandoned without a ball being bowled or without 20 overs in total having been completed then this shall count as a No Result. Each side to score 8 points (maximum - bonus points not applicable).
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