Grading Process & Points Overview

ALL CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING GRADING MUST BE SUBMITTED VIA YOUR MEMBER CLUB

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The Grading Process

  1. Players allocated to teams (Club level)
  2. Clubs estimate (based on skill set of players) as to which initial grade the team will start in. For example, PK1 is entered in C3 and is the 17thteam.

    Club grade entries

    A/AR

    B1

    B2

    B3

    C1

    C2

    C3

    D1

    D2

    D3

    KN1

    BT1

    BT3

    WR1

    BT4

    MC1

    PK1

    BWN2

    IVE2

    KN3

    E1

    BT2

    BWN1

     

    KN2

     

     

    CW2

    PK2

    PK3

     

    CW1

    NV1

     

    D1

     

     

    IVE1

     

    WR3

     

    E2

     

     

    E3

     

     

    E5

     

     

     

     

     

     

    E4

     

     

    E6

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    E7

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    WR2

     

     

     

  3. The Grading Chair will then distribute the teams to allow appropriate numbers of teams per grade for the grading rounds. Please note that PK1 is now entered into B1 but is still the 17th team.

We cannot have a grade with just one team in it so we have to push everyone up. If you just looked at the grade, you would assume PK1 had jumped 5 grades however they are in the exact same spot.

Suggested Grade

A/AR

B1

C1

D1

KN1

BT4

BWN2

IVE2

E1

KN2

CW2

PK2

BT1

D1

IVE1

KN3

BT2

E3

E5

PK3

CW1

E4

E6

WR3

E2

MC1

WR2

E7

BT3

PK1

 

 

BWN1

 

 

 

NV1

 

 

 

WR1

 

 

 

 

The first 6 rounds of the season are grading rounds.  After each round the teams will be adjusted according to results. Some teams may move up, down or stay exactly where they are. 

For example: PK1 may beat MC1 by 15 points which you would assume means PK1 move up however you have to take into consideration the fact that in other rounds MC1 lost to E3 by 20 points yet only beat PK1 by 2pts.  With this information it is not PK1 who needs to move up rather MC1 that needs to move down.

After round 6 each team will be placed into their final grade for the season.

 

GRADING POINTS [BY-LAW 3.2]

a) Prior to the start of the season, the Executive will decide the number of grading rounds with Fixtures Day or its equivalent normally set after the last grading round. Prior to, or on Fixtures Day, teams will be graded into their final grade.

Interpretation Each competition for which a separate ladder is kept for determining positions in finals shall be regarded as a grade.

b) For calculating adjusted premiership points, the results of each grading round will be assessed on the grade in which each team is graded after Fixture Day.

i) If two teams who have played in the grading rounds finish in the same grade or one grade apart, then the result of that grading game will stand (i.e. Three points win, two points draw, one point loss or forfeit).

ii) If two teams who have played in the grading rounds finish more than one grade apart then the following premiership points will be allocated:

-If the team graded higher wins that team will receive two premiership points and the lower team two premiership points

-If the team graded lower wins (or draws) the result will stand with three premiership points for the lower grade team and one premiership point for the higher grade team (or two points for a draw).

Special case: The difference between A Grade and the next listed grade shall be considered as a difference of two grades.

iii) Walkover in grading round:

-Team that gave the walkover, zero points.

-Team that receives the walkover:

  • Three premiership points if teams finish in the same grade or one grade apart.
  • Two premiership points if teams finish more than one grade apart and team that gave the walkover is in a lower grade.
  • Three premiership points if teams finish more than one grade apart and team that gave the walkover is in a higher grade.

iv) Bye teams in grading rounds receive three premiership points.

v) Late Entry Teams that enter the competition after Round 1 will receive one premiership point for each round missed. However if the Association has been notified that the team is available and the Association is unable to fixture the team until a later round then such a team will receive 1.5 points for each round missed whilst waiting for the team to be fixtured into a round. Total premiership points are to be rounded to the next highest number.

c) - Percentages are to be calculated from the first round when the composition of the grade remains the same.

- Results and ladders will be posted onto the official webpage rather than being sent to individuals and Clubs as in the past. Results will be available on Sunday night and ladders will be posted after Round 8 onWednesdays. Clubs have two further rounds to query ladders, except for the last two rounds where queries must be made within 24 hours of the ladders being published. Once these periods of time have expired ladder positions will stand, except if changes are advised by the Grade Secretary to the Ladder’s Coordinator.

 

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