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13. batsman is out of the game and stands where he does not interfere with the play. SCORING : The score shall be reckoned by runs THE RESULT A match is won by the side which shall have scored a total of runs in excess of that scored by the opposing side in its two completed innings; one-day matches, unless th is played out, shall be deceided by the first innings, A match may also be determined by being given up as lost by one of the sides, or in the case governed by Law 17 A match not determined in any of these ways shall Count as a “Draw". NO TE : 1. It is the responsibility of the captains to satisfy themselves on the correctness of the scores on the Conclusion of play. 2. Neither side can be compelled to continue after a match is finished; a one - day match shall not be regarded as finished on the result of the first innings if the umpires consider there is a prospect of carrying the game to a further issue in the time remaining. 3. The result of a finished match is stated as a win by runs, except in the case of a win by the side