Ø Very fast deliveries are not allowed, the bowler needs to bowl medim fast or spin.
Ø As played in a gully or street, if the ball hits the side walls then it will be considered as 2 runs.
Ø Straight boundary is set only for four and six.
Ø If the ball directly drops inside anyone’s house aside after hitting, then the batsman is out.
Ø If the ball strikes the ground or wall of the house before going inside, then it is not out.
Ø Depending upon the dimension of the street, number of fielders is assigned. If it is a short boundary then less fielders will field and if long then more but not more than 7 fielders.
Ø Stump Out, Catch Out, Bowled, Run Out all types of dismissals are considered except LBW.
Ø The Umpire should be of the team which is currently batting.
Ø A boundary is set behind the wicket keeper, if the ball beats the wicket keeper and crosses the boundary then it will be four.
Ø In street cricket, after the captains are decided the team is divided with the call of the captains for players alternately (1st Captain chooses one player for his team then the 2ndCaptain is given the chance to choose for his team) .
Ø A time is set for all the players to reach. If any player becomes late and the match starts then he has to wait for the next match.
Ø If the total number of players is in odd number and can’t be divided equally within the two teams then the player remaining after the selection of both the team is considered has COMMON. This common player can only bat and field. Bowling is not allowed for COMMON.
Ø Only one bounce is allowed in one over
Ø Here batsman can appeal against pace balls.
Ø There can be many more peculiar rules depending upon the area in which the game is being played. For Example- hitting a particular tree after bouncing is considered 2 and directly hitting it is out.