Singles League Rules

  1. Singles League follows the standard ETTA ‘Rules of Table Tennis. (Found Here)
  2. Each match consists of the best of 3 sets each set comprising of 11 up.
  3. All players should familiarise themselves with the ‘Score Sheet’ format at the beginning of the evening.
  4. All matches will be played in the order dictated by the ‘Score Sheet’.
  5. All players are required to umpire matches as published in the ‘Score Sheet’.
  6. Players should not leave the playing area if they are next on the table or required to umpire the next game.
  7. Players are allowed a 2 minute only ‘warm up’ immediately prior to their next match.
  8. Players are entitled to a 1 minute only ‘break’ between each set.
  9. There will be strictly no timeouts.
  10. Scoring boards will be used during matches.
  11. No ‘warm up’ will be allowed after 7.30pm, when all scheduled matches will commence.
  12. The Expedite Rule will be initiated at the Organisers discretion.
  13. Players must register online, in advance of the night they wish to play.
  14. Registration will be accepted up until 14.00pm on the day of the Tournament.
  15. Those without email can send a text message to either Mark Nicholls or Tom Savary.
  16. Entrance fees are £4.00 per session / night
  17. Entrance fees must be paid on the night upon entry to the venue.
  18. Registration will be on the basis of first come, first served.
  19. Cancellation. 
    • All cancellations must be made by email, telephone or txt msg to Mark Nicholls or Tom Savary. 
    • Cancellations received 1 week before the date of the cancelled event, will not be charged.
    • Cancellations received inside the 1 week rule are subject to full charge at the discretion of the organisers
    • Cancellations received with less than 24 hours notice, will always be charged.
    • Players who register, but fail to attend, may be refused entry to further competitions and are subject to a fine of £5, in addition to their entry fee.
  20. In the event of any dispute the Organising Committees’ ruling will be final.
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