WIN (3 points) DRAW (2 points) LOSS (1 point) BYE (0 points) FORFEIT WITHOUT NOTICE GIVEN (-1 point) FORFEIT WITH NOTICE GIVEN (+1 point)
Ladder standings are determined by Points (Pts) allocated for games played (as above). Where teams do not play the same number of games (do not play each other an even number of times in the competition) the ladder standings will be determined by Winning Percentage (PCWon) not Points (Pts) or percentage of points scored (PC).
Ladder standings for Semi & Finals Games
If two teams are even on either Pts or PCWon, then their head to head record will determine standings position, and if this is even, then points for and against percentage (PC) will be used to determine standings. If three or more teams are even on either Pts or PCWon, then the game results between these teams will determine the ladder placings.
QUALIFICATION FOR SEMIS AND FINALS
A player must play 40 percent of regular season games. Those players under 40 percent must confer with the office for permission to play. Exemptions apply to injuries & certain other special reasons. Playing in semi finals and finals unregistered and unqualified results in a win to the non offending party.
***Games cancelled outside the 24 hour direct notification period is an admin fee of:
$40 for Primary teams
$50 for Junior teams
$60 for Seniors teams
Forfeits notified directly (not messages left) inside the 24 hour period is a normal court fee payment; teams not showing is a double payment of court fee as they pay for the other team as well.
***Weekly Court Fees:
Primary School Teams: $70.00 per game
Secondary School Teams: $75.00 per game
Senior Teams: $80.00 per game
Teams are required to have the same colour matching singlet tops. Shorts must be black if they do not match the singlet.
Blatant disregard for this rule will result in teams or individuals being asked to leave the competition. Teams that do not field 4 players within nominated playing time will be required to pay double court fee.
Points Allocated for games played are as follows: