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Playing Rules For Wednesday Night Competition

 

 

Click here for the updated Wednesday night comp rules.

Or for those who have been around a while, here are the main changes...




There is only one coin toss and bull shootout per match, unless the 19th match of the night decides the winner.

o   6.21        The player who wins the bull shootout will start the match and throw first in all odd numbered legs. If the player who wins the bull would like their opponent to start the match they may force them to throw first in the odd numbered legs.

o   6.22        If a match comes down to the last game and the last leg then another coin toss and bull shootout will occur to decide who goes first in the last leg. This only applies when the match is tied at 9-9 and the current game is tied and the next leg decides who wins 10-9.


Chalkers must right down all scores and not just what is left. They must also record how many darts a player used if they bust their score. Only darts thrown count to the overall amount of darts for a leg.

o   Chalkers MUST WRITE DOWN ALL SCORES AND ALL DARTS THROWN. IE. 0/3, 0/2, 0/1, OR B/3, B/2, B/1, AND CHECK THAT RECORDERS HAVE GOT ALL DETAILS FROM THE BOARD BEFORE CLEANING IT.


 If the comp is split into two divisions after one full round then these new rules apply.

o   If a season starts as one competition and then splits into multiple smaller competitions then all teams points and for and against will be reset back to zero before the start of the smaller competitions.

o   If a competition has been split and at the end of the season there are teams that are even on points and for and against then the points and for and against from the start of the season (before the split) will decide who finishes higher on the ladder.

o   If teams are still even on points and for and against after both halves of the season are taken in to account then a play-off will occur if a finals position is to be decided (section 10)

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