Most Ever Online:
Joined: Jan 24, 2005
Location: Playdium Bowling Center
|Posted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 11:13 pm Post subject: 1ST NOBLELAND BOWLING CUP NOVEMBER 16 - 23, 2014
| 1st NOBLELAND CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS
November 16 – November 23, 2014
TOURNAMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS
I. SANCTION AND ELIGIBILITY
This 1st NOBLELAND CUP is organized by the Elanes Bowling Center. FIQ/WTBA playing rules and regulations shall apply on matters not covered herein.
II. AVERAGES AND GROUPINGS
Bowlers are classified according to the latest PBC listing of averages. Bowlers without PBC averages shall submit their respective averages from their respective association duly certified by their president, tournament director or secretary. Bowlers without averages shall be classified as Class O with an average of 196 for men and 186 for ladies. The Tournament Committee has the right to check and assess the average of bowlers with certified averages.
The handicap below will be used for the following events: 1. Mixed Team Event, 2. Mixed Doubles Event, 3. Mixed Ladies Singles Event, 4. Mixed Ladies Masters Event and Mixed Open Division, 5. All 2014 National Pool Members (Men) will get “0” handicap, (Ladies) will get “8” handicap.
AVERAGE HDCP FOR MEN HDCP FOR WOMEN AVERAGE HDCP FOR MEN HDCP FOR WOMEN
196 & Above 0 8 179 17 25
195 1 9 178 18 26
194 2 10 177 19 27
193 3 11 176 20 28
192 4 12 175 21 29
191 5 13 174 22 30
190 6 14 173 23 31
189 7 15 172 24 32
188 8 16 171 25 33
187 9 17 170 26 34
186 10 18 169 27 35
185 11 19 168 28 36
184 12 20 167 29 37
183 13 21 166 30 38
182 14 22 165 31 39
181 15 23 164 & Below 32 40
For Mixed Senior Masters Event, the handicap below will be used for the Mixed Seniors Masters Events. For Mixed Senior Division, bowlers will be given a BONUS handicap as follows:
For Senior whose ages from 60-68 will be given +4 on top of his handicap. For Senors whose ages from 69 & above will be given +8 on top of his handicap. Proof of identification must be presented for authentication (Senior Card or Driver's License).
Averages Handicap for Senior Male Handicap for Senior Female
196 & Above 0 8
181 to 195 8 16
180 & below 16 24
All entries shall be duly accomplished, and the corresponding payments shall be submitted to the Elanes Bowling Center Registration Table at the Elanes Bowling Center, except those entries, which are on “CHARGE ACCOUNT”. CHARGE ACCOUNTS can only be allowed as charge account when a request letter to setup the charge account is accompanied by a blank check issued payable to Globus Asia Lifestyle Management Inc.
Registration of all entries duly accomplished and with corresponding payments shall be accepted at the Venue (ELANES) starting November 16, 2014, 1:00 PM. Entries shall be accepted subject to lane availability and squad time. The Tournament Committee reserves the right to accept or reject an entry, as well as adjust the playing schedule, as the need arises or the situation warrants.
VI. CHECK-IN TIME
All participants must check-in at the tournament counter at least fifteen (15) minutes before the schedule squad time. The Bowling Center Time shall be the official time of the tournament.
Bowlers are requested to wear proper bowling uniform reflective of their association, congresses, federation, club or sponsor except sleeveless. No shorts shall be allowed for male participants. Wearing of caps and hats is not allowed. Every bowlers expected to be properly dressed for bowling. The Tournament Committee shall not allow a participant to bowl with improper attire.
VIII. EVENTS – there will be five (5) divisions for the events: Mixed Class O, Men's Class A, and Men's Class B, and Mixed Ladies (A&B) and Mixed Senior.
All Events (AE) – Top three (3) bowlers shall be declared Champion, 1st Runner Up and 2nd Runner Up respectively. To qualify for any award and to compete in the Master's Finals, a bowler must complete his/her all events. For the All Event, this consist of ten (10) games: Trio Team – Two (2) Games, Double Team – Two (2) games, Singles – 6 Games (first 2 sets of Singles).
Singles/Qualifying (S/Q) – consist of a 3-game series plus handicap. Bowlers score in his/her singles attempts shall automatically be considered in the qualifying event. To qualify in the master's championship in any division, a bowler must play two sets of three (3) games each. The bowler's highest two (2) singles attempts shall count for the Singles Event. Any registered bowler can play as many sets as he/she wants to try for their best qualifying games.
Double Entries are allowed for Senior Qualifying Only provided that this has been declared with the Secretariat prior to the start of the squad ad corresponding fees have been paid.
Mixed Doubles Event (DE) – consist of a two (2) game series (including handicap) played by two (2) male, or two (2) female, or mixed bowlers. Any registered team may play as many sets as they want to try for their best Doubles games. Mixed Doubles shall be classified according to the highest member of the Doubles Team (e.g. Doubles of a Open and Associate Bowler, the double will be classified as a Open Team)
Mixed Team Event (T) – consist of a two (2) game series (including handicap) played by three (3) male or three (3) female or mixed bowlers. Mixed Team shall be classified according to the highest member of the Team (e.g. Team of a Open, Graded, and Associate Bowler, the Team will be classified as a Open Team)
For singles, doubles and team events, total pin falls plus handicap shall determine the winners. Highest three (3) score in each division (men and ladies shall be declared as Champion, 1st runner Up and 2nd Runner Up. A double or a team with the same line-up can play unlimited number of attempts, but only the highest series shall be considered. Maximum Score is “300” including handicap.
IX. MASTERS EVENTS (ME)
Class O 196 and above (Men)
186 and above (Women)
Class A 181 – 195
Class B 180 and Below
Mixed Open (Class O) – Top 30 qualifiers (14 men, 6 ladies, 10 mixed) shall play a 12 game series with lane movement every game. Top five (5) bowlers shall be declared winners.
Graded (Class A) – Top 30 qualifiers shall play a 10 game series with lane movement every game. Top five (5) bowlers shall be declared winners.
Associate (Class B) – Top 30 qualifiers shall play a 10 game series with lane movement every 2 games. Top five (5) bowlers shall be declared winners.
Mixed Ladies – Top 30 qualifiers shall play a 8 game series with lane movement every 2 games. Top five (5) bowlers shall be declared winners. Mixed Ladies Class A & B with average of 185 and below.
Mixed Senior – Top 30 qualifiers shall play a 10 games series with lane movements every 2 games. Top five (5) bowlers shall be declared winners.
CLASS DATE REGISTRATION CALL ON RESERVES ROLL OFF
MIXED SENIORS Nov 21 (Friday) 06:00:00 PM 06:45:00 PM 07:00:00 PM
MIXED LADIES Nov 22 (Saturday) 01:30:00 AM 02:15:00 AM 02:30:00 PM
MIXED GRADED Nov 22 (Saturday) 06:00:00 PM 06:45:00 PM 07:00:00 PM
MIXED ASSOCIATE Nov 23 (Sunday) 08:00:00 AM 08:45:00 AM 09:00:00 AM
MIXED OPEN Nov 23 (Sunday) 03:00:00 PM 03:45:00 PM 04:00:00 PM
IX. TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURE
When a tie occurs in any position of the qualifying, singles and master’s event, the bowler with the least difference between the highest and the lowest game (including handicap) of the series shall win the higher position. When a tie occurs in any position of the doubles events, the least difference between the higher and the lowest combined score of the two bowlers (including handicap) in the series shall win the higher position. When a tie occur in the team events, the least difference between the highest and the lowest combined score of the team including handicap) in the series shall win the higher position.
X. BOWLING BALLS
Bowling balls used in the tournament must comply with the legal rules. Markers of any kind, except inherent marks on the ball itself are not allowed. Changing the surface by using sand paper, scotch brite or use of any chemicals is not allowed during the games. The Tournament Committee reserves the right to examine the ball used by the participant. Use of illegal balls is ground for disqualification of a participant from the tournament and the erring bowler is stripped off of all his/her winnings, position or standing.
Official score sheets must be signed by the bowlers after each game to acknowledge his/her score. If the bowler fails to sign his/her score sheets, it is presumed that the same is correct score and no protest on such basis shall be entertained. For team and doubles event, the designated captain will sign the score sheets. A tournament official immediately upon discovery must correct errors in scoring or in calculation in the tournament play. Questionable errors must be declared by the Tournament Committee. Any player who deliberately tampers his/her score sheet shall be disqualified by the Tournament Committee immediately from further participation in the tournament.
XII. OPEN BOWLING
When the tournament has started, participants shall not be allowed to play open bowling regardless of lane availability in the venue of the tournament.
XIII. MISSING OR DOWN PINS
Frame with lacking pin(s), once the ball is rolled shall be treated as a good ball. Frame with fallen or down pin(s) on the deck must be reset. All bowlers are entrusted to monitor and abide by this rule. Bowlers are not allowed to reset the pins. Only lane men, tournament officials, official scorers and marshals are allowed.
XIV. LANE ASSIGNMENT
Games shall be played in a pair of lanes immediately adjacent to each other as determined by drawing of lots.
XV. LANE BREAKDOWN
If a single or pair of lanes becomes unplayable for more than twenty minutes before or during the squad games, any available lanes provided by the bowling center shall be assigned to affected participant(s) or shall wait for the next available squad. In case of machine break-down during finals, vacant lanes shall be assigned to affected finalist. An interrupted game or series must resume from the point (frame) of interruption. No shadow bowling shall be allowed.
When a player chooses to discontinue his/her game during the finals, a marshal may designate a pacer if requested by the remaining player. But for singles, doubles, team or qualifying event, no pacer shall be allowed.
XVII. FOUL LINES
Bowlers must at all times observe foul lines. If the automatic foul device becomes temporarily inoperative, the Tournament Committee shall assign marshal(s) to act as a Foul Judge. Official scorers are also designated to monitor fouls committed by the bowlers and spectators shall not be permitted to interfere with the calls of the duly assigned foul judge.
Uniform oiling shall be used all throughout the tournament.
XIX. SLOW BOWLING
Bowlers who are ready to step on the approach to deliver a ball shall have the following rights and obligations:
a. He/she may claim right of way over anyone moving to the approach or preparing to bowl on the lane immediately on their left.
b. Players ready to bowl when it is their turn should not delay going to the approach if a lane immediately adjacent to them on both sides is clear.
c. One lane courtesy.
Protest must be made in writing addressed to the Tournament Committee not later than 24 hours after the game in which the infraction was committed or prior to the awarding of prizes, whichever comes first. Otherwise such protest will not be entertained. Under this rule, protest shall be specific in itself and this rule shall not be construed to cover a similar previous violation. The decision of the Tournament Committee is final and not appeasable.
XXI. RESTRICTIONS AT THE BOWLER’S AREA
a. Other than the registered players, only tournament officials and registered coaches of players/team shall be allowed to enter the bowler’s area.
b. Only one registered coach shall be allowed for each bowler.
c. When leaving the playing area during the competition, the bowler is requested to ask permission from the marshal or any tournament official.
d. Smoking, eating and drinking alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in the bowler’s area are strictly prohibited.
e. Bowlers are not allowed to use powder or any other substance to enhance slides in the lanes. Bowling shoes must be wiped off before one attempts to start bowling.
f. Bowlers are not allowed to use without permission other bowler’s ball towel.
g. Dropping a ball or making other unnecessary noise or interference while a bowler is about to deliver his/her ball is strictly prohibited.
XXII. INTERPRETATION OF RULES AND REGULATIONS
a. The Tournament Committee shall be the sole interpreter of these rules and regulations. Its decision shall be final.
b. World FIQ and PBC rules shall apply to matters not covered by these rules.
Package Fee – one time payment (includes All Events,
Team, Doubles, 2 Singles) Php 3,000.00
All Events 1,500.00
Singles/Qualifying 500.00 /set (3) games
Double Entry fee for Seniors (Open, Graded, Associate) 250.00 /set (3) games
League Games played as Qualifying for Singles 250.00 /set (3) games
Class O - Mixed Php 3,500.00
Class A - Men 3,000.00
Class B - Men 3,000.00
Mixed Ladies 2,500.00
Mixed Senior 3,000.00
CLASSIFICATION CHAMPION 1st RUNNER-UP 2nd RUNNER-UP 3rd RUNNER-UP 4th RUNNER-UP
MIXED OPEN 50,000 20,000 12,500 8,000 5,000
GRADED 35,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 3,000
ASSOCIATE 30,000 10,000 7,000 4,000 3,000
MIXED LADIES 30,000 10,000 7,000 4,000 3,000
MIXED SENIORS 35,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 3,000
FOR OPEN, GRADED, and ASSOCIATE DIVISION.
EVENTS CHAMPION 1st RUNNER-UP 2nd RUNNER-UP
TEAM 4,500 3,000 1,500
DOUBLES 3,000 2,000 1,000
SINGLES 3,000 2,000 1,000
ALL EVENTS 3,000 2,000 1,000
PERFECT GAME: First Six (6) Perfect Gamer Php5,000.00 each
Chairman - Dr Caloy Lagman 09189234868
Members - Florence Lim 09209155491
Ronald Bautista 09158096559
Bernard Sanchez 09177223878
Rodel Baguhin 09178791112
Archie Pertez 09189291426
Jojo Abad 09175679523
||All times are UTC - 5 Hours
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum