Laws of Cricket 1947 Code (Fourth Edition) – Law 4

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Referees may insist that jerseys that are designed to be tucked into the shorts be kept that way. Similarly, a referee may insist that jerseys with long sleeves have the sleeves kept down . Law 4 does not specify that cleats are required, just shoes (“footwear”). General sports shoes (“tennis shoes”) would be allowed.

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All referees have been instructed by these organizations to look for jewelry and keep it off the field. Don’t make the ref the bad guy for following Law 4. This course provides an introduction to the structure of the U.S.

Other religious head coverings may include a turban or a yarmulke, again as long as the referee determines them to be safe and to not provide an advantage. Mouthguards are permitted, but they must be made of a soft, pliable material. Mouthguards are strongly encouraged for youth with braces on their teeth. Goalkeepers are not permitted to apply any artificial spray-on or tacky substance to their hands to assist in catching balls.

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