APPENDIX 1 - DEFINITIONS
A panel of three persons appointed by BCCI from the members of the Commission, to perform the functions assigned to the Appeal Commission under the Anti-Racism Code.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India.
BCCI Honorary Secretary.
The person appointed by BCCI from time to time to act as BCCI Honorary Secretary (or his/her designee).
The Twenty20 cricket competition (whether known as the "Champions League Twenty20 Tournament" or otherwise) which may (but is not guaranteed to) take place in each year in September/October (or such other time as is decided by the CLT20 organisers at their discretion) between such teams as the CLT0 organisers decide and any match in such competition for which the Player is qualified to play for his Team shall be a "CLT20 Match";
Code of Conduct.
The IPL's Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials, as amended from time to time.
The Code of Behaviour Committee of the BCCIestablished, amongst other things, to provide enquiries, investigations and rulings in relation to matters brought to its attention pursuant to the Anti-Racism Code.
The person appointed by BCCI from the Commission, to perform the functions assigned to the Commissioner under the Anti-Racism Code.
An expert, trained in mediation and, where possible, with specialist expertise in the area of race relations (or such other expertise as may be relevant to the nature of any alleged offence), who is appointed by the BCCI to perform the functions assigned to the Conciliator under the Anti-Racism Code.
As defined in Article 10.4.
An entity which owns and operates a Team.
The International Cricket Council.
shall mean the participation by the Player in (i) any officially recognised International Test Match, One Day International or International Twenty20 match involving the senior national men's cricket team representing the Player's home country; or (ii) any tour or ICC tournament involving such cricket team which includes such international matches; or (iii) any short training camp which the Player is required to attend by his country's national cricket board which occurs shortly before and by way of preparation for any such officially recognised international cricket match or any such tour or ICC Tournament or (iv) any other matches or commitments for the Player's home domestic cricket team in or with which the Player is obliged to comply under the terms of the No Objection Certificate granted to the Player in relation to the relevant Season.
IPL's Chief Operating Officer.
The person appointed by BCCI from time to time to act as Chief Operating Officer (or his/her designee).
IPL Code of Conduct for Umpires.
IPL's Code of Conduct for Umpires, in force from time to time.
Any event or function taking place in relation to the League which is designated by BCCI as an official event or function including, without limitation, any opening ceremonies/concerts, closing ceremonies, opening dinners, closing dinners, press conferences, interviews, press launches, receptions, award dinners or ceremonies, promotional events and development clinics.
The Twenty20 cricket league (known at the date of adoption of this Anti-Racism Code as the Pepsi Indian Premier League) which has been established by BCCI and which shall take place in March/April/May of each year (or such other time as may be determined by BCCI).
The period during each year during which the League shall take place.
Any cricket match (including any part or aspect thereof) in the League including for the avoidance of doubt the Play-Offs.
The person appointed by BCCI (or any other relevant party) as the official match referee for a designated Match, whether such Match Referee carries out his/her functions remotely or otherwise. Where a Match Referee is not physically present at a particular Match, he/she may be assisted in the administrative performance of his/her duties under this Anti-Racism Code by any official 'Match Manager' who may be appointed to officiate at such Match.
National Cricket Federation.
A national or regional entity which is a member of or is recognised by the ICC as the entity governing the sport of cricket in a country (or collective group of countries associated for cricket purposes).
Notice of Charge.
As defined in Article 4.4.
Any cricketer who is selected to represent a Franchisee in any Match or who forms part of such Franchisee's squad of players.
The matches which take place at the end of the regular League Season to determine the winner, runner-up and third place team in the League.
A Match and/or CLT20 Match (as appropriate).
As defined in Article 3.1.
In each year the period of time during which the League and, if appropriate, CLT20 shall take place.
The date on which a decision is made to suspend a Player or Team Official under the Anti-Racism Code.
Any team participating in the League from time to time which shall include those persons named as fielding substitutes.
Team Captain or Vice Captain.
The official captain or vice-captain of any Team participating in a Match.
The official manager of any team participating in a Match.
Means (i) in relation to the Team any employee, coach, manager, selector, team official, doctor or physiotherapist (ii) any other person employed by or representing any Franchisee or Team including any director, secretary or officer of the Franchisee or (iii) any duly authorised (express or implied) agent of a Team or Franchisee.
Any umpire (including a third or other umpires) appointed to officiate in a Match.