At the National Finals the draw for the extra end will be made on the green by the two Team 218 Captains in the presence of the Umpire. 5. When playing home and away each County is responsible for appointing an Umpire at their venue. 6. The Captain/ Secretary of the winning team will inform the Association’s HQ within 24 hours by phone or email the result of the match followed by the scorecards or email showing team names and rink scores. The Draw for the next round will be shown on the EIBA Ltd website at www.eiba.co.uk 7. The Final will be played on a date and venue arranged by the Competitions Sub-committee. MENS OVER 60 INTER-COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP 1. Member Counties will be allowed one entry into the above Championships. Players must be from Member Clubs affiliated to that county and play their National Championships from those Clubs. 2. Entries will be 6 rinks of four players who have attained the age of 60 years on October 1st 2016. 3 Ties will be on a 3 rinks home and 3 rinks away basis, to be played on the same day simultaneously unless otherwise mutually agreed. 4. Games will be 18 ends or maximum 3hr 30 minutes; whichever is the shorter not including trial ends or extra ends. An end where the jack has been cast before 3hr 30 minutes must be played to a finish. All dead ends will be replayed. The Challenger shall nominate one designated rink number to play an extra end, before the draw is made for rinks. The extra end should be played by the nominated rink after play has been completed on all rinks at all venues, unless the start time at each venue is staggered, in this case, the venue with the later start time will nominate one rink number before the draw is made. The extra end will then be completed once all rinks have finished at that venue. 5. Games will be played at 10.00am on dates as published on the www.eiba.co.uk website or earlier by mutual agreement, a later start time is permissible if both counties agree 6 If the County towns are more than 100 miles by road (calculated by the shortest route), the game should be played on a green as near half way as possible between the counties determined on a mileage basis. 7. When playing home and away each County is responsible for appointing an Umpire at their venue. 8. The Captain/ Secretary of the winning team will inform the Association’s HQ within 24 hours by phone or email of the result of the match followed by the scorecards or email showing team names and rink scores. The Draw for the next round will be shown on the EIBA Ltd website www.eiba.co.uk 9. The Final will be played on a date and venue arranged by the Competitions Sub-committee. The Competitions Sub-committee reserve the right to amend or modify any National Championship rule and programme of events, from time to time, as required or considered necessary for the smooth running of the Championships.
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