The Ground: A small grassy area just outside my house. The boundaries are comprised on the off side in the form of a mildly busy road, on the straight boundary is a fence covered with brambles with a field of corn behind it and behind the batsman and on the on side are houses except for a small area near to the field end where there is a front garden hedge. There is also a big tree that sits about 2 metres off the square. The square itself is generally flat with no bumps except for when it dips just about where the perfect lengthed ball should be pitched creating all sorts of odd bounces.
Teams: Due to the idiots that live in the village, teams are generally restricted to only one
Scoring: Singles and twos are unheard of in this version of the game. Runs also cannot be scored by hitting the walls of the houses (unless the ball then bounces to any other boundary) but can by hitting the ball onto the road, hedge, fence and field. Runs can't be scored behind the batsman when there is no one there to be a wicketkeeper. If the ball goes across any boundary: Bounces - 4 runs, No bounce - 6. When the ball its the wall it doesn't count as a bounce.
Dismissal: Batsmen can be out in all standard ways - most common are bowled and caught. However batsmen are also out if they hit the ball into neighbour's gardens or lose the ball in the field. Batsmen can also be caught off the wall as long as the ball hasn't bounced. No automatic wicketkeeper.
The Ball: Ranges from a Slazenger training ball, to a Readers Swing Ball to a tennis ball...depends what hasn't been lost, all add different things to the game.
Fairly length but quite a full set of rules