The games

Posted on: March 1st, 2010 by Revolver Cricket

Structured games

Tri Fives

(3 teams x 5 players)

Revolver Cricket’s flagship game, Tri Fives is played on a circular field, with a set of Revolver Stumps in the centre and four bowling/non-strikers stations at designated points around the inner (bowling) circle

It can be played in three or six sessions of equal duration, with team roles – batting, bowling and fielding — rotating for each session.

Each session features the designated batting team facing the designated bowling and fielding teams – ensuring a genuine match environment throughout.

 

Tri Quads

(3 teams x 4 players)

Easily adapted to a playground or training environment, Tri Quads is played on a semi-circular field, with a set of Revolver Stumps as its focal point and three bowling/non-strikers stations at designated points on the semi circle.

It can be played in three or six sessions of equal duration with team roles – batting, bowling and fielding — rotating for each session.

Each session features the designated batting team facing the designated bowling and fielding teams – ensuring a genuine match environment throughout.

 

Threebies

(3 teams x 3 players)

Ideal for a corner of the playground, Threebies is played on a quarter-circle field, with a set of Revolver Stumps as its focal point and two bowling/non-strikers stations at designated points on the quarter circle.

It can be played in three sessions of equal duration, with team roles – batting, bowling and fielding — rotating for each session.

Each session features the designated batting team facing the designated bowling and fielding teams – ensuring a genuine match environment throughout.

 

Structured game options:

MG– 2 teams x 10 players (full circle)

Tri Fives Trad – 3 teams x 5 players (standard pitch)

Tri Sixes – 3 teams x 6 players (standard pitch)

 

Freestyle games

(no teams)

5-Up – 13-15+ players (full circle)

4-Up – 10-12+ players (half circle)

3-Up – 6-9+ players (quarter circle)

Supero – 9-11+ players (full circle)

Midero – 7-9+ players (half circle)

Minero – 4-7+ players (quarter circle)

* Revolver Cricket is recommended as a soft-ball game.

 

REVOLVER GRAPHICS PACK:  We can offer you a Revolver Program Graphics Pack ($A49), which includes: Revolver games/rules; Revolver-specific scoresheets; and ultra-user-friendly How-to-score guides.

While we proudly regard our Revolver Stumps as a unique feature of the Revolver program, we’re happy to acknowledge that a set of standard plastic/metal stumps (on a base) can serve as a limited-budget alternative while you assess its potential. Ultimately, we’re confident you’ll come to recognise the superior integrity of our dynamic Revolver Stumps — just as you’ll find that our numbered player bibs, far from being mere “novelties”, can be critical to the smooth running of all structured/scored Revolver games.

For more details: info@revolvercricket.com