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Interleague KO Cup 2017

                              

Current Notices

Introduction

128 teams shall compete for the title of
National Interleague KO Cup Champions 2017.

Teams will be divided into groups of 4, with the group winner and
the group runner-up progressing to the knockout stage (last 64).

As usual, there will be a separate draw for the knockout stage.

Team lists

Please note: these team lists contain EVERY player registered to
your team on the EPA database.

If any of your players are missing from this list it needs to be addressed
with your county secretary, (who then must amend the database and inform the TD), not the tournament organisers, before your
team arrives at Vauxhall. Any players not on your team list by the time
we get to Vauxhall's will not be allowed to play.

Team registration

Team Registration will be as usual on the Friday night prior to
the finals, at the side of the stage from 8:00pm until 10:30pm.
Only the official team captain is allowed to register the team.

Any team that fails to register within the team registration window will
risk losing their place in the Finals (unless prior
arrangements are made with the tournament director).

Each team captain will be given the start time and table
for their first match when they register.

Match sheet guidelines

Frame 19 is only used for a play off. In this case there shall be a re-lag for the break in the play off frame.
If the home team is short of players, first player 4 shall be left blank, then, if a second player short, player 3 shall be left blank
If the away team is short of players, first player 5 shall be left blank, then, if a second player short, player 8 shall be left blank
Please remember to mark any clearances from the break clearly, with an X in the B/Clear column.

KO match sheet guidelines

Frames 19,20 and 21 are only used for a play off. In this case the break shall continue from the match (no re-lag)
If the home team is short of players, first player 4 shall be left blank, then, if a second player short, player 3 shall be left blank
If the away team is short of players, first player 5 shall be left blank, then, if a second player short, player 8 shall be left blank
Please remember to mark any clearances from the break clearly, with an X in the B/Clear column.

Wristbands

Each player must wear two wristbands.

a) A Vauxhall issued wristband, proving on site residency. These are issued en-block by Vauxhall reception to the team captain

b) An EPA playing wristband. These are issued on an individual player basis by EPA security, either Friday 6pm to 10:30pm or Saturday from 9am. Players due to play at 9am on Saturday are advised to obtain this wristband on Friday evening.

Qualification criteria

No players will be allowed to play in the Finals if their playing stats are
below the minimum required and their inclusion on these lists do
not indicate that any player has reached the minimum qualification
requirements.

If any player is below the minimum qualification criteria (50% in both
local league & county Interleague) they will need dispensation from the
tournament director in order to play. Each case will be judged on merit.

Stopwatches

All teams should bring the stopwatches they use for
their matches back at county level.
If you have a spare stopwatch please bring that
too as you may be timing on more than one table
if you reach later stages of the competition.
And please remember that the use of a mobile phone as a stopwatch is not acceptable.

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