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petermarkcraig
Posted 7 Jul 2011 Last edited: 7 Jul 2011
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Of course the grass looks good. The sun is shining.

Can anyone tell me how far apart the markers should be? Ta.
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jlawrence
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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Of course there's no bounce, bend your back and put some bloody effort in.

the 30yd markers 'should' be 5 yd apart. There is no specified distance for the 15yd marks.
I say should be 5 yd as I put mine 10yd for league matches and have never had any comments made.
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petermarkcraig
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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Of course the grass looks good. The sun is shining.

What service! Much appreciated.
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mario
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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I know no boundaries.

Remember to stop once you reach the area assigned to the slip catch cordon area!!

In some rules, a one metre "demarcation line" should also be drawn on the outfield.
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Barry Big Shot
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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Once a muppet.....................

Are you sure 15 yd markers are still used in T/20???????????
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mario
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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I know no boundaries.

Well spotted, Vic. Only the 30 yard fielder restriction markings are used.
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Chris Thornton
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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He not busy being born is busy dying!!

There are 12 yard "run up" marks in our comp. Not had to do 15 yard, ballache, dots though!!!
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Ryan
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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Chris what are the "run up" marks for ?
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mario
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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I know no boundaries.

One local competition up here has a restriction on the length of the run-up. It's supposed to speed up the over rate.

Does it?

Nope!!
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Chris Thornton
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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He not busy being born is busy dying!!

Mario is correct it dunt!

The bowler has his run up restricted to 12 yards or in my case, 12 strides. But, from now on I'll do it with the tape Friday evening and then finals day on 17th July.

All welcome . Woodhill Lane M/be Lancs 1300
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seanmichaels
Posted 7 Jul 2011
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still have the inner circles in the surrey championship. a real waste of time, and paint....
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jlawrence
Posted 8 Jul 2011
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Of course there's no bounce, bend your back and put some bloody effort in.

if I had to put the inner circles down often I'd be using painted bowling markers or beer barrel tops.
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Chris Thornton
Posted 8 Jul 2011
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He not busy being born is busy dying!!

Just had a phone call from an umpire in our league to say the run up marks are 15 yards!

Well well. I just do as I am told and the cricketers say one thing and the handbook, i am told, says another. 13 and a half yards it is then !!!!!!!!!!
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