Domestic Finals Qualifications

 Junior Competition:

Players must participate in 50% + 1 games in the Regular season to qualify for finals.

It is the responsibility of the Players Parent/Guardian and Domestic Club to ensure the Player’s Name and Spelling are correct.

Senior Competition:

Players must participate in 1/3 of the Regular season matches to qualify for finals.

For the Senior Domestic Competition, it is the responsibility of the Player and Team Delegate to ensure the Player’s Name and Spelling are correct.

 

 Extract from WBA Bylaws;

 8.0 FINALS ELIGIBILITY

a. For a Junior player to be eligible to play in the Finals, he / she must have played in at least half plus one of the scheduled games for the team concerned. A Junior player is deemed to have played if they have been ticked off on the scoresheet by the opposition scorer as being present and involved in the game by half time.

b. Senior Players must have played in one third (1/3) of the scheduled games for their particular team. A Senior player is deemed to have played if a foul or score is recorded on the score sheet alongside his / her name, or he / she signs the reverse of the score sheet alongside his / her number, provided they have taken the court during the game for the game to be counted.

c. For the purposes of eligibility to play in Finals, byes and forfeits received count towards a Players season game count, provided the player has been recorded as playing as per rule 8(a) or 8(b)

d. Consideration will be given by the Domestic Committee if a player is injured throughout the season, special circumstances, trying out for, training for, or playing for a State or National Representative Team. Proof will be required to be presented to the Domestic Committee.