Regional Four Day Competition Table - 2014

Regional Four Day Competition

Standings are updated with the completion of each game.

Glossary

  • M: The number of matches played.
  • W: The number of matches won.
  • L: The number of matches lost.
  • T: The number of matches tied.
  • D: The number of matches Draw.
  • N/R: The number of matches abandond.
  • PT: The number points awarded.

Points System

Scoring of Points - As below plus any points under the bonus points system

Completed match points
Outright win 12 + batting + bowling points earned

Tied match points
6 points each team + batting + bowling points

Incomplete match points
No outright winner 3 points + batting and bowling points

Abandoned match points
In the event of a match being abandoned without any play having taken place 1 point each

Abandoned match due to dangerous pitch points (as per clause 7.2.7 of playing conditions)
Home Team 0
Visiting Team 12

Referee awarding match points
Team Awarded Match 12
Other Team 0

In addition, the Regional 4-Day Tournament will see the introduction of a batting and bowling points system this year in an effort to encourage and incentivise positive play.

Teams will be awarded batting and bowling points for performances in the first 110 overs of each first innings only and retained whatever the result of the match.

A maximum of five batting points will be awarded based on runs scored by each team as follows:

  • 200 to 249 runs - 1 point
  • 250 to 299 runs - 2 points
  • 300 to 349 runs - 3 points
  • 350 to 399 runs - 4 points
  • 400 runs or over - 5 points

A maximum of three bowling points will be awarded based on wickets taken by each team as follows:

  • 3 to 5 wickets taken - 1 point
  • 6 to 8 wickets taken - 2 points
  • 9 to 10 wickets taken - 3 points

For the avoidance of doubt, "wickets taken" shall relate exclusively to batsmen dismissed under Laws 30 to 39 inclusive and to batsmen retired out.

If penalty runs are awarded to a team which at that time had faced less than 110 overs in their first innings, or completed their first innings before they had faced 110 overs, those penalty runs will be considered as counting towards the total as far as the award of bonus points is concerned.

If penalty runs are awarded to a team which had already faced 110 overs or more in their first innings, or had previously completed their first innings after they had faced 110 overs, those penalty runs will not be considered as counting towards the total as far as the award of bonus points is concerned.