The CHK Primary School Playground League is an exciting opportunity for inter-primary school exchange and encourages students to participate in a sport which is both safe, fun and promoted the virtues of fair play. Cricket is also excellent for developing hand-eye coordination, tactical thought, and general fitness.
Registrations for the 2020-21 season are now open!
The 2020-21 CHK Primary School Playground League will be starting in December 2020. The league will be played in division format, and fixtures will be announced over here once the participants are confirmed.
Please find the details below of what can you get and how to join the league.
We will provide a free “CHK Foundation Level” coaching training course for two teachers from the school. The course date will be announced shortly.
Upon completion of the Foundation level course, CHK will give a coaching manual to the school so that students can be trained and play mini-cricket.
CHK can assist with a teacher who completed “CHK Foundation Level”, to prepare a school team for the matches.
Schools/Teams will be divided into geographical or experience-based divisions
There will be a separate competition for each division. Each division will have a division champion and runner-up.
The champion team and the runner-up team will be invited to participate in the “Playground League Champions Day” to decide the overall champion.
All presentations division championships will be held on the “Playground League Champions Day”
Trophies / Awards
All players competing in the Playground League will receive a certificate of recognition.
Medals will be awarded to the top two teams of each division and top three teams of the Champions Day.
Trophies will be presented to all division champion and the Champions Day champion.
No limited on players registered for the team, but players should only represent 1 team throughout the whole league. Team violating this rule will lead to disqualification.
CricHQ is the scoring system for the coming year. School/players can check their match results and player’s statistics online.
Format: Pairs Cricket
8-a-side matches with 8 overs per side.
Batting side bats in pairs with each pair facing two overs.
If batsmen out, five runs deducted to batting side and the batsman has to change position.
All fielders must bowl one over each.
Three runs for a wide and no re-bowled.
Three runs for no ball, no re-bowled.
If the ball bounces more than twice during bowling, no ball will be called, and three runs would be given to the batting side.
Last ball of the innings have to be legal ball.
Player must be under the age of 13 ( Born on or after January 1, 2008)
How to Enter
Simply complete the entry form above and send it in to us before the end of November 2020 with the registration fee.
Registration fee: HKD $200 for each team. If you pay by cheque, Please make the cheque payable to “ Cricket Hong Kong Limited”
Address: Cricket Hong Kong, 1019 Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.