- PEW.1 - All players must be aged 13 and above on 1st September 2020, unless they are within an Under 12 County Age Group squad for the current year, evidenced by letter of consent from the coach and parents. This letter should be scanned and submitted to The Surrey Slam via the club's designated contact prior to participation in their first match of this year's competition.
- PEW.2 - No player shall represent more than ONE team in The Surrey Slam in any single year.
- PEW.3 - Any player who has played County Cricket (U17s, U19s or Seniors) since 1st September 2018 is INELIGIBLE to play in The Surrey Slam.
It should be noted that some teams may be in a precarious position with regards to membership numbers following the onset of COVID-19. As such, it may be necessary for flexibility to be applied with regards to the above rules where the alternative is the cancellation of a match or matches.
Any such flexibility will be at the discretion of the Competition Manager ONLY, teams cannot arbitrarily decide to operate outside of the rules. Any decision made by the Competition Manager will be based upon the overall good of the competition and the health of women's cricket in Surrey, it will not be made solely to benefit a particular team.
It may be necessary to impose ad hoc playing restrictions on particular players in particular matches to achieve the above. In such instances the opponent(s) should be informed by the requesting team by email, copying in the Competition Manager in order to evidence agreement.
Any requests for flexibility will be taken in good faith, with the assumption that all detail provided is truthful and accurate. Any wilful abuse of this may result in expulsion from future iterations of The Surrey Slam.
- PEW.4 - 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.