Appendices

APPENDIX A - WINTER & BERLEEN LEAGUES

WINTER LEAGUE

1) Each Club may enter a maximum of 2 (two) sides.
2) Each side will comprise 4 (four) teams of 4 (four) players.
3) Each team in the side must have 1 (one) of the opposite sex
4) Results MUST be confirmed by submission of the League Result Sheet by 9pm on the day of the match to the League Co-ordinator.
5) The designated day for the league to be played is Wednesday.

BERLEEN LEAGUE

1) Before the start of the season each Club must declare how many teams they will play in this league. If a Club does not meet their commitment at any time then the default Rule 17(b) and 18 will apply.
2) The fixture list for this League will be the same as that for the Winter League.
3) Each team must comprise of 4 (four) players of single or mixed sex.
4) The number of teams in each match will be as agreed between the 2 (two) Captains.
5) The scores for each of the games played in each match will be totalled and the side
with the highest net total of shots will be awarded 2 (two) points. If the result of the
match is a tie each side will be awarded 1 (one) point.
6) Failing to fulfill a fixture will result in a penalty of 2 (two) points and 10 (ten) shots will be awarded to the opposition.

APPENDIX B - SOUTHERN LEAGUE

1) Each Club may enter up to a maximum of 3 (three) sides and each side must be mixed.
2) Each side will consist of 6 (six) teams of 3 (three) players.
3) The league will be divided into 3 (three) divisions with promotion and relegation each season. This will be reviewed and discussed before the beginning of each season, when entries are known, to equalise the divisions as best as possible.
4) Results MUST be submitted on the League Result Sheet by 9pm on the day of the match to the League Co-ordinator.
5) The designated day for the league to be played is a Friday.
6) North v South Play Off - The side finishing top of the Southern League Division 'A' shall play off against the Northern League Winner as directed by the CBBA. Any team unable to fulfill a home fixture due to the unavailability of their home green will play it on a neutral green (notice of dates will be given before the season starts). If a side cannot play on the pre-arranged dates then that side will forfeit
7) The overall winner will be decided by the most points won. If points are equal, a team from each club will be drawn by the Umpire and play an extra end on a neutral rink (if possible).

APPENDIX C - NORTHERN LEAGUE & CHALLENGERS LEAGUE

NORTHERN LEAGUE

1) Each Club may enter a maximum of 3 (three) sides and each side must be mixed.
2) Each side will consist of 4 (four) teams of 3 (three) players.
3) The results must be phoned through by the Home team by 9pm on Wednesday. Telephoned results MUST be confirmed by submission of the League Result Sheet to the
League Co-ordinator.
4) North v South Play Off - The side finishing top of the Northern League shall play off against the Southern League Divison 'A' Winner as directed by the CBBA. Any team unable to fulfil a home fixture due to the unavailability of their home green will play it on a neutral green (notice of dates will be given before the season starts.) If a side cannot play on the pre-arranged dates then that side will forfeit the game.
5) The overall winner will be decided by the most points won. If points are equal, a team from each club will be drawn by the Umpire and play an extra end on a neutral rink (if possible).

CHALLENGERS LEAGUE

1) Before the start of the season each Club must declare if they require a team in the Challengers League,
to play alongside 1 (one) of their Northern League Sides.
2) Only 1 (one) Team allowed per Side.
3) If a Team does not meet their commitment at any time then default Rule 17(b) and 18 will apply.
4) The fixture list for this League will be the same as that for the Northern League.
5) Each Team must comprise of 3 (three) players of single or mixed sex.
6) The Team with the highest total of shots will be awarded 2 (two) points.
7) If the match result is a tie each Team will be awarded 1 (one) point.
8) Failing to fulfill a fixture will result in a penalty of 2 (two) points and 10 (ten) shots being awarded to the opposition.
9) Please refer to generic Rule (6) re Interchange of Players.

APPENDIX D - SABA WINTER & SUMMER LEAGUES

1) Each Club may enter a maximum of 3 (three) sides and each side must be mixed
2) Each side will consist of 6 (six) teams of 3 (three) players.
3) Results MUST be confirmed by submission of the League Result Sheet within 24 hours of the match to the League Co-ordinator.
4) The designated day for the leagues to be played are a Friday in the Summer and Monday in the Winter.
5) Promotion and relegation between the Leagues should be reviewed and discussed before the start of each season, when entries have been received. This will allow the Divisions to be equalised as best as possible.

APPENDIX E - FEDERATED KINGS CUP & PRINCES LEAGUES

Selection of the KIngs Cup & Princes League will be the prerogative of the respective Federation representative who may involve any other affiliated member or members in the process.

KINGS CUP

1) Each Club may enter a maximum of 2 (two) sides with at least 2 (two) members of each side being of the opposite sex.
2) Each side will comprise - Ladies' Singles, Mens' Singles, Pairs, Triples and Fours .
3) The host Club to supply Markers for Singles games.
4) 2 (two) Leagues will be formed, one comprising of Southern Clubs and the other of Northern Clubs. If necessary 2 (two) Divisions may be formed in each Region.
5) Results MUST be confirmed by submission of the League Result Sheet by 9pm on the day of the match to the League Co-ordinator.
6) The designated day for the league to be played is Wednseday.

PRINCES LEAGUE

1) Before the start of the season Clubs must declare their entry into this League.
2) The fixture list for this competition will be the same as that for the Kings Cup.
3) There can only be 1 (one) team entered from each Club in each Division which will be triples and can be mixed or single sex.
4) Results MUST be confirmed by submission of the League Result Sheet by 9pm on the day of the match to the League Co-ordinator.
5) Failing to fulfil a fixture will result in a penalty of 2 (two) points and 10 (ten) shots will be awarded to the opposition and the offending side will lose 2 (two) points.

As from the 2012 season the Kings Cup will consist of an A & B division with promotion/relegation for 2 (two) teams. All clubs with 2 (two) teams must nominate their A & B teams. For clubs with only 1 (one) team their division will be determined by their final position in the 2011 leagues.

APPENDIX F - PREMIER TWENTY SUMMER LEAGUE

1) Each Club may enter more than 1 (one) side.
2) Each side will consist of 20 (twenty) players ie 2 (two) teams of 10 (ten)players with 1 (one) team playing at home and 1 (one) playing away.
3) Each team of 10 (ten) players must be mixed with at least 2 (two) of one sex.
4) Each match will consist of a Single, Pair, Triple and Fours with the home team providing an experienced marker for the Singles.
5) Results MUST be confirmed by submission of the League Result Sheet within 24 hours of the match to the League Co-ordinator.
6) The designated day for the league to be played is Tuesday evening each game to commence at the same time.

APPENDIX G - FEDERATED FOURS LEAGUE

Selection of the Federated Fours League will be the prerogative of the respective Federation representative who may involve any other affiliated member or members in the process.

1) Each Club may enter a maximum of 2 (two) sides and each side must be mixed.
2) Each side will play 3 rinks of fours over 21 ends.
3) The home Captain may select the 3 (three) rinks to be used but they must be next to one another.
4) A date may be offered on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday but if declined (due to other league commitments) an alternative must be offered. Matches to be played within the given scheduled week.
5) 2 (two) leagues will be formed comprising of Southern Clubs and the other of Northern Clubs. If necessary 2 (two) Divisions may be formed in each Region.
Where in a Region there are 2 (two) Divisions there will be a play off between each Division to establish an overall winner. The winner in the South will play the winner of the North.
6) Results to be emailed to the League Co-ordinator by 8pm on the Sunday of the week commencing date.

Where in a Region there are 2 (two) Divisions there will be a playoff between each Division to establish an overall winner. This will be played on a neutral green to be decided on by the Federation Committee. The overall winner will be decided by the most points won. If equal a team (drawn before the start of play) to play an extra end on a neutral rink if possible.

The winner of the South will play the winner of the North. This will be played on a neutral green to be decided on by the Federation Committee. The overall winner will be decided by the most points won. If equal a team drawn (before the start of play) to play an extra end on a neutral rink if possible.

APPENDIX H - NABA SUMMER LEAGUES

1) Each Club may enter a maximum of 2 (two) sides.
2) Each side will consist of 4 (four) teams of 3 (three) players.
3) Results to be emailed to the League Co-ordinator by 8pm on the Sunday of the week commencing date.
4) The home club must agree the date of each match with the away club and it must be played in the designated week.
5) 2 points will be awarded for a win and 1 point for a draw for each of the 4 teams. There will be no points for overall shot difference.

Appendices A, C & D updated as per CBBA AGM 27th March 2012
Appendix H amended 16th April 2012
Appendix C amended 31st July 2012

ISSUED 1st AUGUST 2012

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