The rules and other details for the KCS Sports Box Cricket League shall be as follows:
- Registration Fee (fee for each player is $20).
- Each team can register up to 6 players.
- All the matches are played on a baseball field with a hard tennis ball.
- There are four groups in the tournament and each group has up to 3 teams.
- Teams in each group will compete against two other teams from their group.
- Each winning team will get 3 points per match, 2 points for a tie.
- If one team forfeits a match, the other team will get 3 points.
- The top two teams in the points table from each group will go to the next round. Total runs scored by the team will be considered in case of a tie between teams in the group stages.
- The group winner will play with the runners-up from another group in the quarter-finals.
- A match will be played with 4 players a side decided and named before the toss.
- All players playing the game must be from the roster of 6 provided at the time of registration.
- Each team will bowl 4 overs and bat 4 overs.
- Each player must bowl exactly one over.
- The batting team can only change the players at the end of the 2nd over.
- One substitute is allowed per team. Substitutes can only play if a player is injured, and the umpire will make the decision.
- The non-striker will have to stay fully within the crease until the ball is delivered, a penalty run of -1 will be awarded to the batting team every time a non-striker steps out and no runs can be scored of that ball.
- A neutral umpire will be assigned for each game.
- Umpire's decision will be final.
- In case of a tie, each team will bowl and bat a super over for the knockout matches to decide a winner.
- A box with a rectangle area behind the bowler along the boundary at the far end where 4 and 6 runs can be scored.
- No fielder is allowed to stand in front of the box at the time of the delivery. Umpire may call a no-ball after a warning.
- One player from the bowling team may keep the wicket.
- If the team chooses not to keep the wicket, a neutral wicketkeeper will collect the ball behind the wicket. The neutral wicketkeeper can neither assist a team to get a wicket nor restrict a run.
- No underarm bowling or throws are allowed, a bowler will have to bowl the ball properly.
- Teams can only forfeit one match in the entire tournament.
- All the matches will be played on the same day.
- A team can run as many runs as possible when the ball is hit with the bat and is within the playing area.
- No runs behind the wickets.
- No leg byes or byes.
- One run is declared if the ball goes outside of the playing area over the legs of the arch.
- Two runs are declared if the ball goes outside of the playing area and the box straight through the arch.
- Four runs will be awarded if the player hits a ball through the rectangle area provided the ball hits the ground once in the box.
- Overthrows are allowed. Declared runs will be awarded as extra runs if the overthrow goes outside the playing area.
- A team can run as many runs as possible if an overthrow goes behind the wickets. A neutral wicketkeeper cannot help the team in this case.
- Each out will carry a penalty of -3 runs.
- Direct hit outside the playing area and the box will be considered out unless it touches the opponent player.
- Catch, stumping, run out, hit wicket, and bowled will all be considered out and will be awarded -3 runs.
- No LBW.
- Six runs will be awarded if the ball is hit directly into the rectangle area (box).
- A fielder can run into the box to take catches.
- Any ball that passes outside leg stump will be considered wide unless it touches any part of the body of the batsman.
- One run will be awarded to the batting team for a wide.
- One run will be awarded to the batting team for a no-ball, no free hit for no balls.
- Any ball that goes over the shoulder of the batsman will be considered wide and will be awarded one run to the batting team.
- The team batting second has to complete their full 4 overs, even if they have passed the target score.