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  • Captains Log - 

Bylaw 7.3.1 TIES – At the end of the season, team and individual ties or seedings will be decided by first reviewing the first half of the season and giving the tie to the team or person who won when playing each other in the first half. If the team split the score 8‐8, the scores from the second half of the season will be reviewed for which team has more wins. In the event that the score is still split the Board will decide a tiebreaker (i.e. – play of a game or coin toss). If the individuals did not play each other in the first half, the tie will go to whoever won in the second half. If both individuals did not play each other at all during the entire season the Board will decide a tiebreaker (i.e. play of game, coin toss or number of wins in the first or second half of the season).

Captains please make sure both Captains are aware that the 2 minutes Coaching Time Out rule applies during regular season play. The Watcher of the table should announce the ’30 seconds’ and ‘15 seconds’ marks to assist in coaching ending on time.

Bylaw 2.5 TEAM FINES -
Failure to turn in score sheets as required by these Bylaws will result in a $5.00 team fine per occurrence. Failure to have team representation at a scheduled Captains meeting will result in a $10.00 fine.

Bylaw 9.2.1 TRs / 4&0s -
Table Runs or TRs are defined as a player legally pocketing all possible object balls in their first inning. 4&0s are defined as a player winning 4 games in a team match. Forfeits do not count toward 4&0 certificates. Those individuals in each division having the most table runs and 4&0’s, including ties, will receive a certificate.

Unless otherwise stated in a specific General Rule or specific game rules, if you commit a foul or otherwise violate the rules your inning ends and your opponent is awarded ball in hand.

Bylaw Playoffs 7.3 FORMAT - The top four teams in each division will qualify for team playoffs. The lowest division will play the next lowest division on the first regular night of play after the end of the season. The winning team of the first playoff will then play the next higher division, so on and so on, until there are only four teams remaining. The #4 team from the lowest division will play the #1 team from the next higher division, #3 will play #2, #2 will play #3, and #1 will play #4. The higher division team (and the highest ranked in the case of two teams from the same division) will be the home team in a race to 9 matches.

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