Handicap competition

See main menu for season 2015/16 results
 

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AF Top Guns – Handicap winners 2015/16

Paul Rowson, Liam Parratt, Phil Dixon
*** PLAYING SYSTEM for 2016/17 ***
This season the Handicap Competition will be played with 2 games and first to 21 points,
having 2 serves alternately.
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Full set of rules at the bottom of this page

Round One – weeks 11 – November 28th


Day

Home

Results

Away
day
match 1
BYE
 SSC WINTERTON
Wednesday  SSC ANGELS
Angels receive 228 & won by 46 points
match 2
422 – 376 
 SSC ACES
Thursday  APP FROD TITANS
match 3
365- 437
 SSC BURTON VIKINGS
Burton received 203 & won by 72 points
Thursday  SSC HEROES
match 4
368 – 397 
 SSC BATS
Bats received 116 & won by 29 points
Wednesday SSC  X-MEN
X-Men receive 54 points
match 5
304 – 374 
APP FROD TOP GUNS
Top Guns won by 70 points
Monday  AF KIRTON KLASSICS
Klassics receive 74 & won by 22 points
match 6
356 – 334 
 SSC HARRIERS
Tuesday  SSC ALPHA
Alpha receive 108 & won by 16 points
match 7
338 – 322 
 HOSPITAL CRUSADERS
day
match 8
BYE
 APP FROD SPARTANS

 

Round Two – week 16 – 23rd January


Day

Home

Results

Away
Wednesday  SSC BATS
Bats received 150 & won by 14 points
match 1
365 – 351 
 SSC ALPHA
Wednesday  SSC ANGELS
Angels received 159
match 2
 342 – 371 
 SSC BURTON VIKINGS
Burton won by 29 points
Wednesday  AF SPARTANS
Spartans received 128
match 3
332 – 378 
 AF TOP GUNS
Top Guns won by 46 points
Thursday  SSC WINTERTON
match 4
375-320
 AF KIRTON KLASSICS +120

 

Semi Final


Day

Home

Results

Away
day  SSC WINTERTON
Winterton won by 52 points

371  – 319
 SSC BURTON VIKINGS
Vikings received 110 points
day  AF TOP GUNS
378  – 385
 SSC BATS
Bats received 272 points & won by 7 points

 

Final


Day

Home

Results

Away
day  SSC BATS
Bats received ??? points
– 286
 SSC WINTERTON

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Handicap Knock-Out Competition ~ Rules & Notes1. The preliminary round, rounds one and two of the Team Handicap Knockout, shall be played during the first three free weeks in the league fixtures, on the home team’s normal night, unless otherwise agreed.2. Thereafter, The semi finals shall be played in February and run alongside the normal League fixtures, but shall be arranged by the HOME Team Captain, giving ten days notice and offering two nights to the away Team.3. The Final of the competition will be held during March 2017, on a date yet to be confirmed. Please check the website (see back page) for more information.4. A sealed envelope will be posted to the team captain receiving the handicap points. This envelope should then be given to the opponent’s team captain, who should only open it, after the match has been completed, to reveal the points allocation.5. Teams shall consist of 3 players, who must all be registered to play for that team, at the time of playing. No guest, or loan players are allowed (see League Rules 11 and 12 page 18).6. Each team member will play 2 rubbers against each of the other team members, which means that everyone will play 6 rubbers. No doubles.7. Each rubber will be played in the ‘old’ style, until one player reaches 21 points but having 2 serves alternatively. Play does not continue beyond 21 points, even if the opponent has 20 points.8. All the points won by both teams will be added, with one of the teams also adding their handicap points allocation for that match. The team with the most points wins.9. In the event of a tie, the match will be replayed at the ‘Away’ team’s venue.10. The first and second round draws are drawn before the season starts. Subsequent rounds will be drawn later.11. Handicaps will be re-assessed throughout the rounds.12. Any questions to the Match Secretary, Andy Kelly, or any other Committee