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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) >Tournaments
I arranged to play a match and my opponent(s) didn't turn up? I have left messages on my opponents phone (mobile/home) and they haven't contacted me? I want to play my match but we can't arrange it before the play by date?How long do I have to claim a match?
How many matches do I have to play in a round robin match to qualify for the knockout stage?I can't get hold of my opponent on the number listed on the draws?I contacted my opponent, and they said they would call me back with some dates to play, but so far they haven't done so?What is the criteria in round robin tournaments to qualify for the next stage, and how do I qualify for the main or plate tournament?
I arranged to play a match and my opponent(s) didn't turn up?
You can claim the match provided you get someone from the bar or club the match was supposed to be played in to sign the result card. Then write the players names & Match Claimed across it. Alternatively, contact the Tournament Secretary and they will probably put you through to the next round
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I have left messages on my opponents phone (mobile/home) and they haven't contacted me?
Contact the Tournament Secretary. If the tournament secretary can't contact them either, then you will probably get put through.
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I want to play my match but we can't arrange it before the play by date?
Contact the Tournament Secretary, and they will put your result in as a delayed result. You must try to play the match within 1-2 weeks of the play by date, otherwise you may be disqualified from the tournament.
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How long do I have to claim a match?
Claims for matches (i.e. from players or teams, receiving no co-operation from their opponent(s)), must be made to the Tournament Secretary at least 3 days prior to the deadline date.
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How many matches do I have to play in a round robin match to qualify for the knockout stage?
In all round robin matches, currently consisting of singles, doubles, ladies and the billiards, you must have played at least 50% of your matches to qualify for the knockout stages. The only exception is if you are in a group with an odd number of matches to be played you must play 50% less one match. E.g. 5 matches to play, you must play at least 2 matches.
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I can't get hold of my opponent on the number listed on the draws?
If you know the team your opponent plays in, contact the captain of the team and hopefully they can tell you if the telephone number is correct or not. If you don't know the team your opponent plays in, then contact the Tournament Secretary.
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I contacted my opponent, and they said they would call me back with some dates to play, but so far they haven't done so?
Call them again, and if they can't give you any date that you can agree on then ask the Tournament Secretary for an extension. If they don't give you any date, but you are offering them some date's, then you can probably go through as a claimed match. But you must contact the Tournament Secretary to let them know in advance.
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What is the criteria in round robin tournaments to qualify for the next stage, and how do I qualify for the main or plate tournament?
* For round robin tournaments, you must play at least 50% of your matches to qualify for a knockout stage, be it either the main tournament or the plate tournament. This rule has the following exceptions:

o 1). If the number of possible matches in your group is odd, then the number of matches you must play is half the number of possible matches, rounded DOWN. For example: 4 players in a group has 3 matches, 50% of which is 1.5, so you must play at least 1 match, not 2. E.g. slightly less than 50%. This is so that more players can qualify.
o 2). If there are players in your group who have not played ANY matches, then these players are excluded from the group. The rules then apply as normal, but as if the group did not have these players.
See the following example from the 2005-2006 Season:

Pos Player H/cap Matches Frames Won Frames Lost Points Telephone
Group E
1 Barry Todd-Howard 40 4 7 2 486 01908 607732
2 Alan Box 37 2 2 3 223 01908 562161
3 James Gregg 43 2 0 4 129 01908 612219
4 Leigh Carran 28 0 0 0 0 07888 896813

In this case, Leigh Carran has not played any matches, thus he is excluded from the group, making the group now a group of 3 and not 4.
Thus to qualify, you must of played at least 50% of the possible matches, in this case 2 because there is home and away matches. Had Leigh Carran played a match, you would of had to have played at least 3 matches.
So in this example, normally Alan Box and James Gregg would not have qualified. Had Leigh Carran played a match against, say, Alan Box, then James would not have qualified.
The whole point of this slight alteration to the rule is so that it is fairer for players who have played matches, but can't play the qualifying amount due to the fact that other players are refusing to play.

To qualify for the main knockout stage, you must be in the top 50% of the group (or slightly less, as explained above). This is REGARDLESS of players who have not played. It is the FULL group size. You must also qualify for a knockout stage as above.

To qualify for the plate knockout stage, you must be in the bottom 50% of the group (or slightly less, as explained above). This is REGARDLESS of players who have not played. It is the FULL group size. You must also qualify for a knockout stage as above.


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