Mon, 27 Mar|
Morning Sport This event is offered as Men and Women Singles and Open Teams
Time & Location
27 Mar, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Woodville, Woodville SA 5011, Australia
About the event
The Sports Carnival Committee reserves the right to modify or cancel the sport if insufficient nominations are received.
The winner will receive 15,000 points and the runner up 9,000 points
You need to provide your own paddle/bat,
Tables and balls will be supplied
Players must have footwear appropriate for the sport.
Players are to report game results to coordinator asap after games are complete.
The competition will be conducted under the rules set down by the Australian Table Tennis
Association except where modified by the following:
The competition will consist of:
> a men’s singles event,
> a women’s singles event, and
> an open team’s event
Players will be randomly drawn into pools.
A match will consist of the best of five advantage games to eleven. Players will be seeded if required.
A team will consist of two players. A match will consist of two singles rubbers and one doubles rubber. I.e. each player will play a singles rubber and then there will be a doubles rubber also played. Each rubber will consist of the best of five advantage games to eleven. Matches will be decided by the number of rubbers won. For each team match, there will be three rubbers played The final will be contested over seven advantage games to eleven.
The competition will be played on a round robin basis with points being awarded as follows:
> win 3 points
> loss 0 points
In the event of a forfeit the person or team who is available to play shall be awarded the winning points. For the purposes of ‘for and against’ the score line will be nil-nil (0-0).
The top four players from the pool matches will progress to semifinals, with the winners going on to the final. In the event of two or more players in a pool finishing with the same number of points, their positions will be determined on a ‘for and against basis’, using the results from the preliminary round. If still tied, positions will be determined on total points for and against. If two or more teams in a pool finish with the same number of points, their positions will be based on rubbers won and lost (before going on to games and points).
Gold and silver medals will be presented after each event to those who competed in the finals