SUSSEX WOMEN'S PLAYER ELIGIBILITY RULES
- SX-WPE.1 - All players must be aged 12 and above (or aged 11 and above if on a County Pathway scheme) on 1st September 2021.
- SX-WPE.2 - No player shall represent more than ONE team in The Slam in any single year.
- SX-WPE.3 - The following exclusions and restrictions shall be in effect for the whole of the competition in any given year.
- SX-WPE.3a - Any player who has EVER played any Senior Elite Pathway Cricket (e.g. Surrey Stars or Southeast Stars) is INELIGIBLE to play.
- SX-WPE.3b - Any player selected for a Senior Regional Centre of Excellence in 2022 is INELIGIBLE to play.
- SX-WPE.3c - Any player selected for Senior County Cricket in 2022 is INELIGIBLE to play..
- SX-WPE.3d - Any player who participates in any division of the Women's Cricket Southern League in 2022 is INELIGIBLE to play.
- SX-WPE.3e - Any player who has been selected for U18-level County Cricket in 2022 may not bat any higher than 5 and may not bowl earlier than the 7th over.
- SX-WPE.3f - Participation in The Sussex Women's Slam does NOT prohibit any participation in any other Slam competition, although their eligibility to do shall be based upon that other competition's own eligibility rules and not those above.
- SX-WPE.4 - Teams may submit to the Competition Manager a request for players to be exempt from any element of rule SX-WPE.3 whereby a player may have only played to a very limited degree at a level that would ordinarily result in ineligibility or restriction. This should be submitted via the designated online form ONLY and any exemption is only confirmed once it has been confirmed by email or text to the requesting team.
- SX-WPE.5 - Any dispute regarding players who have played for a team in this competition is to be referred, in writing, to the Competition Manager only by the designated Competition Contact for that team.
The above is implemented in good faith as players might not be well known to the opponent given the possibility that the two sides may regularly compete in different leagues. It is in the best interests of the competition itself that clubs compete in a fair manner given this competition’s intention to promote participation & inclusion within the game of cricket.