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officiating sem lll(2022) new.pptx

  1. 1. Name: Bagul krunal j Enroll no : 210081103611002 Course : SPES School : BPES RASHTRIYA RAKSHA UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. BADMINTON  The game of badminton originated In Siam, china over 2,000 years ago.  Badminton is derived directly from poona, which was played by British army officers stationed in India in the 1860s. Officiating (singles) (doubles)  Plays in single and doubles  Ineoor sports  In summer Olympics – 1992  All over match conduct by umpire  a match is played best 2 of 3 games, with eachgame played up to 21 points.  game time is 40 to 50 minutes.
  3. 3. Umpire sitting position and measurements  Chair umpire : 1  Service judge : 1  Line judge : 10 Total : 12
  4. 4. Cricket  Cricket is a bat - and - ball game played by two teams of 11 players on a field with a 22 - yard pitch . Each team takes it in turns to bat , trying to score runs , while the opposing team fields .  During a competitive game of cricket there are two umpires officiating a match . An umpire is required to enforce the laws of the MCC by making decisions on : • no balls .byes • legs byes • wides • boundaries  One umpire is positioned behind the stumps at the bowler's end of the pitch and they make decisions on LBW ( leg before wicket ) appeals , no balls , wides and leg byes . The second umpire stands at square leg and they make decisions on stumpings and run outs . At the end of each over , the umpires change position . Scoring
  5. 5.  The aim for the batter in cricket is to try to score as many runs as possible throughout their innings . •  The winning team in cricket is the side . that scores the most runs , although in some situations a draw is recorded if they both get the same number of runs .  A batter is declared out if a fielder or wicketkeeper catches the ball directly off the bat and before it hits the .  This is known as leg before wicket ( or LBW ) .  A batter is declared out if the wicketkeeper stumps them .  A batter is declared out if they knock over their stumps while playing a shot or avoiding a delivery . •  There are other , less common ways of being out in cricket , but these are quite rare .
  6. 6. Kho kho  There are two teams each comprising of total 12 members . The game has four quarters / turns , each of 9 min .  There are only three members of the running team on the field while the eight members of the chasing team take a knee - down position on squares that are drawn through field lines in a preset area between two poles .  They sit facing in opposite directions in the cross - lane without cutting the line . One member who is called ' chaser ' stands near one pole to chase the runners first .  The chaser has to touch or tap the runners whereas the runners try to defend themselves from the chaser to get touched .  When the chaser touches all the three runners , three new runners enter the field , and the game continues .  The chaser is not allowed to run over the cross - lane or to change the direction while chasing the runners . If it is needed , he has to touch the pole , turn back and continue chasing .  Each time , the chaser touches a runner , a point is awarded .

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