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12 | ΝΟΥΕS | | 1. If a Captain is not available at any time. a deputy must act for him to deal promptly with points arising from this and other Laws. 2. No match in which more than eleven players a side take part can be regarded as Firs" - class, and in any case no side should field with more than eleven players, SUBSTITUTE : 2. Substitutes shall be allowed to field or run between the wickets for anv player who may during the match be incapacitated from illness or injury, but not for any other reason without the consent of the opposing Captain; no substitute shall be allowed to bat or to bowl. Consent as to the person to act as substitute in the field shall be obtained from the opposing Captain. who may indicate positions in which the Substitute shall not field MOTES : H. A player may bat, bowl or field even though a substitute has acted for him previously. 2. An injured batsman may be “Out” should his runner infringe Laws 36, 40 or 41. As striker he remains himsell subject to the Laws; should he be out of his ground for any purpose he may be “Out” under Laws 41 and 42 at the wicket-keeper’s end, irrespective of the position of the other batsman or the substitute when the wicket is put down. When not the Striker the injured