TOURNAMENT DAY SCHEDULE

Players are strongly encouraged to pre-register by mail. Registration on tournament day is possible only if spots are still available. The Registration Desk will be open on tournament day from 7:15 - 8:00 am and again from 12:30 - 1:45 pm.

Name tags for players who have pre-registered are available for pick up near the Registration Desk starting at 7:15 am.

Competitive Doubles, Recreational Doubles, Cue Doubles and Youth Doubles
8:00    Registration desk closed. Playing area opens.
Players must be registered and ready to draw a number for their starting position as they enter the playing area.
8:15   Players must be seated and ready to play.
Late arrivals may not be allowed to enter play. Teams will play 8 games, timed at 13 minutes each, against other randomly-seated teams.
11:15  Top scores are posted.
Teams placing 1-6 will play in the “A” Championship Playoff for positions 1 through 6. Teams placing 7-12 will play in the “B” Consolation Playoff for positions 7 through 12.
11:30  Playoffs - Players must be seated and ready to play.
The 6 teams in each grouping will play a 5-game round robin in each of their respective championships. Timed at 13 minutes each. Top score will be declared the championship team. Second highest score will receive second place, etc.

12:45-1:45  LUNCH BREAK

1:45    Scores posted. Awards for all Doubles categories to follow.

Junior and Intermediate
1:45    Registration desk closed. Playing area opens.
Players must be registered and ready to draw a number for their starting position as they enter the playing area.
2:00   Players must be seated and ready to play.
Late arrivals may not be allowed to enter play. Players will play 6 games, timed at 8 minutes each, against other randomly-seated players.
Intermediates and Juniors will proceed to a 4-game round robin playoff immediately following regular play.
3:45    Awards ceremony for Junior and Intermediate categories.

Competitive Singles, Recreational Singles and Cue Singles
1:45    Registration desk closed. Playing area opens.
Players must be registered and ready to draw a number for their starting position as they enter the playing area.
2:00     Players must be seated and ready to play.
Late arrivals may not be allowed to enter play. Players will play 10 games, timed at 8 minutes each, against other randomly-seated players.
4:00    Presentation of Karin Jeske Award, crokinole board winner, 50/50 draw, raffles,
            early bird draw and certificates.
4:30    Scores posted for finalists who will proceed to the playoffs.
The top 16 will advance to the round robin.
4:45    Players are seated for first round-robin playoff.
The top 16 will be split into 2 groups in each category. Odd # ranking in group 1 and even # ranking in group 2. A category with only 8 qualifiers will all play in one group. Players will be randomly seated in their group and play a 7-game round robin timed at 8 minutes per game.

6:00-6:45    DINNER BREAK

6:30    Scores posted for the first round-robin playoff.
The top 4 players (2 from each group) advancing in each category will be announced.
7:00    Second round-robin playoff begins.
Players will play 3 games, timed at 8 minutes each.

Start of championship playoff.
The top 2 scoring players of the second round robin will play off for the championship and the remaining 2 players will play off for third and fourth places. The championship match will be the best 2 out of 3 games. If a game is tied after 4 rounds a 5th round must be played as each of these games must have a winner. There is no time limit on these games. The lower ranked player coming from the second round robin will shoot first in game one and first shot will then alternate for each remaining game.
Award ceremony for Recreational Singles, Competitive Singles, Cue Singles and 20s Champions will follow completion of the championship rounds.

***    Please note that when scores are publicly posted it is each player's responsibility to confirm the accuracy of his/her posted score.***

Food can be purchased in the arena on tournament day. One of the local service organizations operates a concession booth. A local business sets up shop for the lunch hour in the Upper Hall. The Tavistock Fire Department has a chicken barbecue from 4-7 pm an will be pre-selling tickets during the day. Please note that the crokinole tournament is a family affair. As such, beer, wine and liquor are not available on the premises.

For information on crokinole board purchases, please see the FAQ section.

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Telephone 519-655-2102 - Fax 519-655-3560 - e-mail: wccregistration@hotmail.com


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