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GC Open Level Play League
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Provisional until March

2019 MATCH RESULTS - Eastern Area
Results vs.: Colchester Hunstanton Ipswich Norwich POINTS NET
HOOPS
PLACE
Colchester   A:
H:
H:
A:
A:
H:
0 0  
Hunstanton H:
A:
  A:
H:
A:
H:
0 0  
Ipswich A:
H:
H:
A:
  H:
A:
0 0  
Norwich H:
A:
H:
A:
A:
H:
  0 0  

Venues may be changed by mutual agreement. The Home team should arrange the match. Results to be reported preferably by text message to the League Manager immediately after each match, otherwise by email or phone within 24 hours.

2 points for a match win. If the overall number of points is tied then the winner
is determined by hoop difference, then by other means determined by the Manager.

Contacts:
Colchester Ann Brookes 01206 501895
Hunstanton Noel Gill 07941 346519
Ipswich Martin French 01473 288448
Norwich tba  

 

2019 MATCH RESULTS - Western Area
Results vs.: Enfield Letchworth Northants Watford POINTS NET
HOOPS
PLACE
Enfield   A:
H:
H:
A:
H:
A:
0 0  
Letchworth H:
A:
  A:
H:
H:
A:
0 0  
Northampton A:
H:
H:
A:
  A:
H:
0 0  
Watford A:
H:
A:
H:
H:
A:
  0 0  


Contacts:
Enfield Brian Dawes 020 8366 6005
Letchworth John Noble 01462 635880
Northampton Mike Hills 01604 467780
Watford Roger Nicholls 01923 236068

2 points for a match win. If the overall number of points is tied then the winner
is determined by hoop difference, then by other means determined by the Manager.


Final: Sunday 6th October at Newport


2019
Final
2019
Winners
 
Eastern Area    
Western Area  

See also:

GC Level Play Leagues score-sheet (2 courts) (PDF 244 kb)
GC Handicap League
GC B-Level League
Previous GC league winners - all years

League Manager:
Geoff Johnson (Watford)
phone: 01923 772888
mobile: 07767 771180

Provisional rules for 2019

 

Golf Croquet Open League Rules – 2019

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  1. General
    1. All games shall be played under the current CA-approved Laws of Golf Croquet (NB: new 5th Edition, March 2019) unless modified below.
    2. The start time of the match should be 10.00 am, unless otherwise agreed by team captains.
    3. Any number of courts may be used, subject to a minimum of two; but note that the format differs substantially depending on the number available. Standard Courts should be used wherever possible, and all courts must be at least ¾-size with the correct proportions. All courts should be in adequate condition such that there is a possibility of accurate positioning, and of hitting a ball from one corner of the court to the opposite corner. Play should be equably spread where the quality of the courts differs.
    4. Each team shall consist of four players, not necessarily the same players each match. Prior to the start of each match, the Captains will exchange team lists with players listed as A (H1/A1), B (H2/A2), C (H3/A3) & D (H4/A4). The listings shall be firstly in order of handicap, and secondly in actual index.
    5. The order of play shall be:-
      First (normally in the morning): all players of both sides play two doubles games with the following format:–
      • #1: H1 & H4 vs. A1 & A4, H2 & H3 vs. A2 & A3
      • #2: H1 & H4 vs. A2 & A3, H2 & H3 vs. A1 & A4
      Second (normally in the afternoon): 16 singles games, in an all-play-all format.
    6. All games shall consist of a single 13-point game.
    7. The default time limit is 50 minutes per game, but captains may mutually agree to waive this. At the end of the 50 minutes standard CA rules apply: an extension period of 8 shots, at the conclusion of which the leading player is declared the winner. If the score is tied, then play will continue until the next hoop-point is scored to give a clear winner. Drawn games are not an acceptable result.
    8. Substitutes in matches shall be allowed only by prior agreement between the Team Captains.
    9. No player may play for more than one team in a season. In the event of a violation all illegal games won by that player shall be forfeit to the opponent with a 0-0 hoop score; all illegal games lost by that player remain valid.
    10. For those Clubs with two teams in the same region, the matches between those teams must be played as the first fixture otherwise the result of that game will be void.
    11. Teams may wear coloured attire, provided all team members (other than those wearing white) wear the same design. [Comment: This is in line with CA Tournament Regulation P4(d)(2).]
  2. Results
    1. The home Team Captain should submit to the League Manager a copy of the completed score-sheet within 48 hours. [Comment: The score sheet must show the club names, location, date, full names of all players, handicaps, and all results. Email is preferred.]
    2. The home Team Captain is also responsible for submitting results to "results#croquet.org.uk" for inclusion in the Golf Croquet Grading System, within 5 days.
    3. Matches not played by the published cut-off date will be declared void and no points awarded unless a later date has been agreed beforehand by the League Manager. If a team cancels a match unilaterally less than 5 clear days before a scheduled match, then that team forfeits its points and the non-offending team shall be awarded the match and 2 points.
    4. In the case of a tie on points between two or more teams in an Area Group, then the winner will be determined by net hoops in all matches; and, then by other means determined by the Manager.
  3. Disputes: In the event of a dispute, the League Manager's decision shall be final.

Geoff Johnson
League Manager