Bachpun Kay Cricket Rules

Editor: A number of interesting childhood cricket rules have been enumerated here. Visitors of this website are also welcome to add some rules which have been missed out. They can add these in the Comment Box which is at the end of this page, titled “Leave a Reply here”.

Street Children playing Cricket - Childhood Rules for Cricket

Cricket Rules for Children - Photo 1 (Rule 1 to 8) - Funny Cricket Rules made by Kids
Cricket Rules for Children - Photo 2 (Rule 9 to 16) - Interesting Cricket Rules made by Kids
Cricket Rules for Children - Photo 3 (Rule 17 to 24) - Funny Cricket Rules made by Kids
Cricket Rules for Children - Photo 4 (Rule 25 to 32) - Interesting Cricket Rules made by Kids

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Comments

  1. Could it be translated into English? I am not a Urdu speaker…Thank you so much!

  2. Lt Col Masood Alam (retd) 2nd SSC says:

    Well done Cheema (Editor). You are always up with some thing new. It made me remember the golden days and the golden rules of cricket. One important rule was that after the match the loser had to sign on the score book, it was a must. Once our team won a match and asked the losing team captain to sign the defeat. The captain was not visible they made many excuses but ultimately agreed to sign with the condition that instead of captain one of their players will sign. We agreed. The player who signed wrote “Masood” because his name was Masood and he was the brother of the losing captain. Another interesting thing, both the brothers were nephew of famous actor Syed Kamal.
    Regards

  3. Ahmed Saeed Butt says:

    Sweet memories of childhood.
    You may add another rule:
    “If during the game someone’s Abba (Dad) comes, and the player runs away then player should not be fined.”

  4. Col Shah Alam (R), Canada says:

    Never too late for a refresher. :)

  5. Tariq Masud says:

    Hilarious and refreshing.

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