Division A Handicaps
Margaret Aitchison, 22: Robert Bell, 18: Brian Clark, 16: Malcolm Robertson, 14: John Owen, 3: William Strachan: 8.
Matches will be played on a base of 9. For example when Robert plays Malcolm, Robert gets 9 bisques and Malcolm gets 5 bisques.
Division B Handicaps
David Garwood, 24: Gordon Hendry, 22: Kate Mason, 28: Tom Mason, 28: Elaine Mather, 22: John Usher, 24: Dan Walker, 20..
Matches will be played off a base of 10. For example when David Garwood plays Dan Walker, David gets 14 bisques and Dan gets 10 bisques.
– Matches will be full lawn i e 26 points.
– 3 hours long. Time yourselves. After time called the person not playing has one final turn but any remaining bisques may not be used. If two matches on lawn add quarter of an hour. At the moment you have the lawn to yourselfs but this may change if there are rearranged matches .
– Referee yourselves-but seek advice if another “experienced” player happens to be around!
-t The winner is the person who completes 26 points first. Failing this it is the person who gets most hoops. If both players have scored the same number of hoops when time is called, you play for a “Golden Hoop” i.e. continue playing until the first person gets a hoop and they are the winner. No bisques during “Golden Hoop” play.If a match is completed within the three hours please note the time the match finished.
– In full lawn with regards to “wiring” you must be able to play another ball unlike in short croquet where you must be able to play your own ball.
– The match schedule is based on your stated availability. It is fully realised that this will be subject to change so could you please adopt the following procedures if you need to change the timing.
– If you cannot play at the time allocated contact your “opponent” and rearrange a mutually convenient time. You will note that there are many “free” slots in June, July, August and September to cope with this situation. If there is only one match on the full lawn at Albury you can double up and use alternate balls and remember Albury is available on any day or any time so finding a mutually convenient time should be possible. However please try to avoid doubling up and do not use Club days.
If matches have to be rearranged they must be completed by September 14th or they will not count.
– Fixtures will go on to the web site and the site will be used to “manage” the competition. Please let Robert know the date of rearranged matches and results( i.e. winner, hoops of both players and if won within the three hours the time taken in the unlikely event that this is ever needed to separate players at the final count!).
– All those in the competition must use the SCA official handicap card. If you do not have one Bill Strachan can give you one. Place your Index number and handicap on the card and record results. This is important as it may lead to changes in your handicap as the season progresses. If your handicap changes please let Robert know, and your next opponent!
Please contact Bill Strachan about access to Albury and croquet equipment if uncertain about gaining entry.