CAP Rules and Regulations

  • Player Eligibility to represent CAP in BCCI conducted tournaments for the season 2020-21 : Only those who were born in Pondicherry, Karaikal, Yanam and Mahe or studying / employed / resident from any place in Pondicherry State prior to 01/09/2019.
  • Player Eligibility to play in CAP or its Members’ conducted tournament/s: Any Cricketer can play as a local player in any of the CAP conducted domestic league matches / tournaments provided he/she is born in Pondicherry State or studying or employed or residing anywhere in Pondicherry state, subject to submitting details as asked in online player’s registration form / renewal forms about name of the educational institution or employer information or Aadhaar card or any one of the valid documents such as driving license, passport, voter ID, bank account, rental agreement etc.  Players who registered in CAP’s on-line application portal, accepting the terms & conditions mentioned in application / renewal forms and obtains player registration number which is valid for one cricketing season / 1 year whichever is earlier.
  • Players who are banned / suspended stand to lose their registration until the same is revoked by the competent authorities of CAP. Till then he / she will not be eligible to participate in any activities connected with CAP.   The Tournament Committee have powers to accept or reject application of any player if they are convinced that credentials of the player or conduct is not satisfactory.
  • The selection for State teams, Training camps, Summer camps, inter districts, inter Schools, inter Collegiate, inter clubs, different age categories teams for men and women etc will be based on merit and more emphasize will be given for fitness  and fielding standards.
  • The Selection Committee, Disciplinary Committee, CAP’s office bearers, CEO and other relevant Committees as authorised in CAP’s registered Constitution, have powers to act on any player, support staff, match officials, ground staff, employees, vendors and associates if anyone these is found guilty or not following guidelines, rules, regulations, policies, terms and conditions etc.
  • CAP is not liable in any manner for whatsoever the reason, i.e . whether player / match officials / parents / teams / vendors / volunteers / coordinators / media persons / or any other persons etc., lost any of their belongings, suffered damages or injury of all nature etc during the matches or before or after matches / practice sessions / travelling, unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing by the Hony. Secretary.  For any disputes, the jurisdiction will be as per the contract signed by CAP. Where the Jurisdiction is not discussed other than the matters pertaining to the Ombudsmen / Ethic Officer / Apex Body / Relevant Committees in CAP, it shall be in Honourable Chennai High Court.
  • The code of conduct for any player, support staff, team officials, ground staff, employees whether directly employed or thro vendors / contractors  or for that matter anyone associated with CAP should not violate the terms and conditions as mentioned in CAP’s Constitution / Tournament Rules / player application forms / Contracts etc  as well none of these parties or their agent/s are not permitted to secretly record  telephone discussions or in the meetings or in  formal/informal  gathering, etc., by audio or video or photo copy form/s or go viral in social media.  Anyone associated with CAP directly or indirectly involved in such illegal or Anti CAP activities and or those who are forwarding such audio or video or photo copy  messages or posting in social media may have to face disciplinary proceedings including  suspension,  ban up to life time, penalties and or criminal prosecution and other proceedings as decided by CAP’s competent authorities. Click BCCI’s Rules & Regulations