Dengie Hundred Pool League
RESULTS ALL IN
Match Start Times
Matches must commence at 8:30PM even if the whole team has not yet arrived so as to ensure that matches finish at a reasonable
time, if a Team is unable to start before 8:45PM without the prior and mutual agreement with the opposite team, then the Team
failing to start will be deemed to have forfeited the match unless by mutual agreement between both Team Captains.
Missed Games & Cancellations
Insufficient players is ‘not’ a valid reason to cancel a match if you only have 4 players then you play with 4 players.
Games should only be postponed by mutual agreement between both Team Captains and under extenuating/extreme circumstances.
If a team fails to appear or no agreement is reached, then the ‘Let Down’ team will be awarded an automatic Win and maximum
points of 12, the failing to appear team will automatically Lose and score ero points for that match.
Results & Disputes
Results to be Submitted within 48hrs by the Home Captain, preferably by email to email@example.com or using the online form on the
website, or of you really cannot send by email or web form, you can call The Red Lion, Latchingdon on 01621 740298, leave a
message, and please ensure you include your name and the venue you represent and all score details including the Captains game
Results will be posted online as soon as they have all (most) been received for the previous match.
Any disputes to the results must be submitted preferably via firstname.lastname@example.org or to the The Red Lion, Latchingdon by calling 01621
740298 with full details, and preferably before the following Monday and the dispute will be decided following discussion with both
Teams Captains, if no mutual agreement can be reached, the dispute can be held over to the next AGM.
Most common disputes
Naming The Black Pocket
YOU MUST NAME THE POCKET AND IT MUST BE HEARD BY YOUR OPPONENTS
Calling a Free Ball
YOU MUST CALL A FREE BALL AND IT MUST BE HEARD BY YOUR OPPONENTS
To D or not to D?
Just for general consideration / discussion: I think there are only a few tables in the leagues currently that don’t have a D, but the question has
been raised (and may be raised at the AGM) as to whether every table should (or should not) have a D, and at the very least, that the home team
should ensure that the visiting team are aware (even if it appears obvious) that there is no D. Currently the understanding is that if there is no
D, then the break and a respotted White can be played anywhere from behind the line, this is stated on the existing match rules page “If the cue
ball is potted and returned to the table, it must be played from the D where a D is present, otherwise anywhere behind the balk line”
So, the question is; should every table have a D or should it just be a matter of choice for the venue, so long as both teams are aware?
This is your league and your website, if there is anything you would like to see added, changed
(or removed!) then please drop me a note to email@example.com
If you have any questions or queries, always best to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
ENTRIES and the DRAW for the AC Cup and the Singles & Doubles Tournaments
will be taken at a DHPL Meeting on 16th March at The Red Lion, Latchingdon starting from
8PM, the Draws will be done from 10PM, no entriess will be accepted after that time.
You may also enter The AC Cup by Email as this is open to all teams from both divisions at no
additional fee, however, for the Singles & Doubles Tournemants, you must either be present
yourself with your entry fee, or send your entry fee with a nominated representative, no
representative or money = no entry :-)
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