One Day Tournament
RULES & REGULATIONS
SCHOOLS SHOULD AIM TO ARRIVE BY 8.30AM – Venue: Eagle Stadium – Ballan Road, Werribee
1. Structure of the Competition: Round Robin Tournament. Timing and scoring to be finalised in
consultation with Head of Sport group and circulated to all staff prior to the event date.
2. Convening Colleges: Caroline Chisholm Catholic College and Thomas Carr
3. Each College may enter the following categories:
Juniors (Year 7 & 8) Intermediate (Year 9 & 10) Open
Boys Doubles A Boys Doubles A Boys Doubles A
Boys Doubles B Boys Doubles B Boys Doubles B
Girls Doubles A Girls Doubles A Girls Doubles A
Girls Doubles B Girls Doubles B Girls Doubles B
** Total 8 players per Age Group – Total 24 players per College
** A player can ONLY compete in ONE category for the day.
Schools are responsible for bringing reserve players to cover for injured players if they wish to, only original
doubles players must not be interchanged into other doubles teams.
For example; – a boy in the Boys Doubles A team cannot play in the Doubles B but must play in the Boys
Doubles A only.
Once an interchange has been made to a team, the removed player cannot play again throughout the day
for that team or any other team.
Players can only compete in one team/ category for the day of competition
5. Playing a match and organization
No warm ups are permitted once the tournament begins.
Courts are available from 8.30am for schools to use for warm up.
Prior to the start of a match, players from each of the schools must meet on the court introduce themselves
and check the correct teams are playing.
The winning team will be responsible for delivery of the score slip to the organisers table. Both players of the
winning school must initial the slip.
Assistants will be at the courtside, but students will be required to umpire their own matches.
In the case of a dispute, the point must be replayed with a staff member present.
If you are unhappy with any situation that arises then please contact the organisers to assist.
It is the responsibility of the team manager and captain to make sure that all matches are completed.
Players should be aware of their matches and the courts that they are played on. It is the
responsibility of the players to check their position on the ladders heading into the finals.
If players are not able to be found for scheduled matches or finals, they may forfeit their match.
The top two teams will play off for the title of champion. If there is a need to split the competition into pools
the top two teams will play a semifinal with the winners of these games to play off for the championship.
Winning teams will receive a medallion each on the day of competition.
Players must wear College polo shirt, appropriate shorts/skirts may be worn.