The Rules meeting is in the schedule for 14th February.2022
The meeting will take place at The Bristol Civil Service club starting at 7.30pm
Please note that all clubs are required to send a representative to the meeting.
Failure on the part of any club to send a representative will result in a fine being imposed.
General Secretary BDTTA
1. Chairman’s welcome to delegates
3. Minutes of September General Meeting
4. Matter Arising
5. Treasurers Report
6. Registration Secretary’s Report including situation on postponements
9. Junior League and Coaching
10. Rule Change Proposals
One proposal received from Mark Woodcock seconded by Martyn Bryan
Rule 40(a) currently is:
A club wishing to postpone a match should notify their opponents’ team captain at least 2 days before the scheduled match. If the notification is within the 2 day period, the opposing team captain can decide whether or not to accept the request for a postponement or request a walkover.
Proposal for 40(a)
A club/team wishing to postpone a match should notify their opponents’ team captain at least 48 hours before the scheduled match time. If the notification is made within 48 hours of the scheduled match time the opposing team captain can decide whether to accept the request for a postponement or request a walkover. The opponent's team captain must be contacted on the email address or telephone number(s) that are in the current handbook or on the website or as previously notified as a change by the League Fixture Secretary, no previous contact details (from old handbooks) may be used. If an email is sent or a message left on an answer phone, then the postponing team should ask for an urgent acknowledgement of the communication. Should no confirmation from the opposing team captain be received within 48 hours of the original notification or within 24 hours of the scheduled match time (whichever comes first), then contact should be tried again by telephone, and the League Fixture Secretary notified
Author: Clive Ellison via Bristol Table Tennis League
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