Welcome To LMS Kathu

Kalahari Old Boys' Neels Cockeran in his delivery stride
Black rock Breakers and Kalahari Heatwave
PC de bruin punishing yet another bowler
Kalahari Barbarians on tour in Cape town

League Manager Information

Tony Da Gama
082 643 8793

Region Information

Cricket in the Kalahari!!

Register your team NOW


Annual Registration Fee : R 600

Match Fees: Standard: R 800 per game (there are discount options for upfront season fees payment)

Penalty Fees: If you have not paid for the game before it commences. the cost is R 800 per game and your account will be debited accordingly.

If you have any queries please email [email protected] or Call Tony at 082 643 8793.

Match fees include

LMS umpire
Field hire
New balls for every game
Capturing of stats on the Global LMS world wide website
Every Team gets a TEAM WORLD RANKING which updates once a week.
Every Player receives league. regional. country and Global BATTING & BOWLING RANKING (which update once a week)


Player Qualification

In the spirit of cricket. players may only play for one team per league.

See section D: http://www.lastmanstands.com/rules#SECTION_II:_Player_Qualification_Rules

The team that you play for 1st during any season. where you either bowl more than 2 overs or bat in the top 4 will be considered your team.

For any KO rounds we will also have in house rules for Kalahari:

* Only players that have played 4 league games as an official player can play in the semi final or final. Ringers that have assisted a team in 4 league games will still be considered a Ringer & do NOT qualify.

* Players can not represent more than one team in the KO rounds.

Teams need to be wearing official LMS shirts to receive clothing bonus points.

These can be obtained form www.mylmskit.co.za

LMS is played under the normal laws of cricket but there are a few extra rules that add to the excitement of the game:

Batsman retire at 50 but can come back in if the other wickets are lost.
When the seventh wicket falls the last man stands and bats alone but can only score 2s. 4s and 6s.
Five ball overs with a maximum of 6 balls per over for overs 1 to 19. The first wide is 1 and an extra ball.
After that all wides/no balls are 3 runs. In the final over 5 legitimate balls must be bowled.
If a player hits the Last ball of the innings for 6 it is worth 12 - referred to as a HOME RUN
Four overs per bowler
There''s a double play whereby if the batsman is caught then the non-striker can also be run out.
Every player receives a World Batting Ranking and World Bowling Ranking on the LMS Website.
Every team receives a global Team World Ranking

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