The ICC makes sure cricket plays its part in the global fight against drugs in sport. In order to keep the sport of cricket free from doping and protect the health of all players, it has made some rules, which are as follows:
The Presence of a Prohibited Substance
The players are not allowed to take any Prohibited Substance (Except those Substances which are especially mentioned on the prohibited list). If any Prohibited Substance or its signs are found in his/her sample, he/she will be held responsible.
Use or Attempted Use by a Player of a Prohibited Substance or a Prohibited Method
The players must not use or attempt to use any Prohibited Substance or Prohibited method unless exemption is granted to him/her in accordance with the article (4.4).
Evading Sample Collection
The players are not allowed to refuse or evade sample collection after the notification is given to him/her.
If a registered player (registered under International Registered Testing Pool), fails to give sample ormissed dope test thrice, he/she will be held responsible for violating anti-doping rules.
Tampering or Attempted Tampering with any part of Doping Control
Tampering or attempt to tampering of the Doping Control Process intentionally, providing false information and interfering or trying to interfere with a Doping Control official, is not allowed to any player.
Possession of Prohibited Substances and/or Prohibited Methods
Any player, who is a part of a competition, is not allowed to have possession of Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method unless otherwise allowed to do so in accordance with article (4.4).
Trafficking or Attempted Trafficking
Trafficking or an attempt to traffic in any Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method is not allowed to any player.
Players are not allowed to have association with any player or person who has authority of an Anti-Doping Organization.