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League Rules 2016-2017 Season

(* as changed at the AGM on 23/8/16)

League Matches

1a)

6 x Singles 501, Double in, Double out, Best of Three Legs. Every leg won is a point for that team.

1b)

3 x Pairs 501 Double in, Double out, Best of Three Legs. Every leg won is a point for that team.

1c)

Nearest the Bull to start, the winner throwing first in the first and third legs.

1d)

League matches must commence at 8.30pm.

1e)

Ton+ In & Out shots will be counted in all games, as will 180's.

League Fees and Result Sheets

2a)

A Team Registration fee of £20 is to be paid at the AGM (before the start of the season) along with filling out the Team Details Form.

2b)

Each result sheet should be sent to league HQ, no later than the Thursday* following the match, with a fee of £5.
League HQ is the Chairman's / Results Secretary's home address. Please ask if you need it.

2c)

Captains are responsible for their own result sheets, and sheets must be sent in separately.

2d)

Late result sheets will result in the total loss of points and averages, etc., for the particular match in question, unless a fine of £5 is paid.

2e)

Captains make a Draw for when their players play in the singles, and that order remains the same for the doubles.

2f)

Substitute players can play in the doubles, but must take the place of the player they replace. (e.g. If you are dropping the second player in the singles, the new player must play as the second person in the first pair)

Competitions

3a)

Competitions will be played completely on the night, as per the fixture list.
Knockout entry fee is now £2 per player, except the Team knockout which is £6 per team.

3b)

Singles will be the 'best of 3 legs' of 501, Double in - Double out. Nearest the bull to start, the winner throwing first in the first and third legs. The Singles Finals will be the 'best of 5 legs', 501.

3c)

Pairs will be the 'best of 3 legs' of 501, Double in - Double out. Nearest the bull to start, the winner throwing first in the first and third legs. The Pairs Finals will be the 'best of 3 legs', 501.

3d)

Trebles will be the 'best of 3 legs' of 701, Double in - Double out. Nearest the bull to start, the winner throwing first in the first and third legs. The Trebles Finals will be the 'best of 3 legs', 701.

3e)

Under no circumstances will there be allowed any substitutes for competitions when the draw has already been done.

3f)

The Team knockout (Peter May Memorial Trophy) will be the 'best of 3 legs' of 1001, Double in - Double out. Nearest the bull to start, the winner throwing first in the first and third legs.
The Consolation Cup (First round / First match losers - depending on style played) will also be played in the same format, but will be only 1 leg of 1001.
The initial rounds of both knockouts will be divisional. The overall finals will be the winner of each division against each other.

3g)

The Captains & Secretaries knockout will be played as two games of 'best of 3 legs' of 501, Double in - Double out. Nearest the bull to start, the winner throwing first in the first and third legs.
The Captains will play the first 'best of 3 legs' game, the Secretaries will play the second 'best of 3 legs' game. If the score is 1 all, then a Pairs game is played as a 1 leg sudden-death.
Teams may register Vice-Captains & Vice-Secretaries at the start of the season who can take the place of the Captain or Secretary in the knockout, but they cannot play as a separate competitor.

3h)

The Ladies knockout will be the 'best of 3 legs' of 501, Double in - Double out. Nearest the bull to start, the winner throwing first in the first and third legs. The Ladies Final will be the 'best of 3 legs', 501.

Age

4a)

Any player under the age of 18 must be declared to the league and agreed by the landlord before entering the pub, this means that if it is not agreed by the landlord, then players must not attend.

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