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07-03-2013, 06:44 PM #18
CCC-Cats to enter the 2013 Spring CBA '2-Players' Singles League on Thursday night
It's great that you will participate.
We are still awaiting for srikiran and Dannel to reply here.
We also have clementloo telling me that he is interested to participate too. He said he is not wishing to be committed to play every week though. I have told him to communicate with us in this thread.
Since we have at least 5 interested CCC participants, I have told Gary that CCC shall enter this league with a CCC team, named CCC-Cats.
Last edited by chris-ccc; 07-03-2013 at 06:53 PM.
07-03-2013, 06:51 PM #19
07-03-2013, 07:01 PM #20
CCC-Cats to enter the 2013 Spring CBA '2-Players' Singles League on Thursday night
Regarding the cost for us CCCers participating, players shall share the cost.
Players playing shall pay, while players missing matches won't need to pay.
Yes, it could be complicating, but I am sure we can work things out.
By the way, we could be having more CCCers wishing to join our CCC-Cats team later (as this thread gets to be known by more CCCers).
Last edited by chris-ccc; 07-03-2013 at 07:12 PM.
07-03-2013, 07:28 PM #21
Registration fee with Badminton Victoria
However, we need to make a note of this :
Each CCC-Cats teammate needs to be registered with Badminton Victoria ($35.00) regardless of how matches we play.
If CCCers have already registered with Badminton Victoria, you don't need to pay for this registration fee again.
BTW, when you are registered with Badminton Victoria, you are also registered with our Badminton Australia and BWF.
07-03-2013, 09:56 PM #22
Sorry Chris -- quoted wrong team fee for Doubles -- one quoted was for Doubles A/B who play one match more than Doubles C --- Doubles C fee is $440.00.
Last edited by BaddyGary; 07-03-2013 at 10:09 PM. Reason: correction of figures
07-04-2013, 02:09 AM #23
07-04-2013, 02:22 AM #24
Someone should lead our team
We need someone to lead our team.
It looks like chris-ccc will lead our Singles team.
07-04-2013, 06:11 AM #25
CBA simplified rules
Gary sent me this CBA simplified rules :
Revised February 2013
Season – duration will be determined by the Committee each year but will normally be between 14-18 rounds plus 2 rounds of finals.
Round – All matches necessary to ensure all teams (including a bye) play each other on a night.
Match – The total number of games/sets to be played – 5 sets(2 player Competition) or 6 sets(4 player competition) between 2 teams of players.
Set – A set shall consist of the best of three games using the rally point scoring system (sometimes referred to as a best of 3 games rubber)
Game – A game shall be won by the side which first scores 21 points (doubles) or 15 points (singles).
Ace – means a point won during a game
Premiership points – see premiership ladder paragraph.
Singles teams shall comprise of 2 players – non gender specific.
1 additional player may be named in the team but only 2 players can play each match during the home and away season.
Three players may play in finals with match secretary approval and in an order specified by the match secretary.
A match will consist of 5 sets being 4 singles and 1 doubles.
A match will be won by the team winning most of the sets
If one unfinished set – may need to use doubles method to decide winner.
Doubles teams shall consist of 2 men and 2 women
1 additional man and 1 additional woman may be named in the team but only 2 men and 2 women can play each match during the home and away season.
Three men and/or three women may play in the finals with match secretary approval and in an order specified by the match secretary (approval of 5 players will be given, 6 may not)
A match will consist of 6 sets being 1 men’s doubles, 1 women’s doubles and 4 mixed doubles.
A match will be won by the team winning the most sets.
If sets won are equal, the most games. If the sets and games won are equal , the most aces. If sets, games and aces are all equal the match will be a draw.
Order of matches
The preferred order of matches is :-
Singles, singles, doubles, singles, singles in the 2 player competition
men’s doubles, women’s doubles, mixed, mixed, mixed, mixed for the 4 player competition
but matches may be played in any order. (change the preferred order if a player missing).
In 4 player matches the mixed doubles pairings shall be
• first - the strongest mixed doubles pairing… ManA and LadyA
• second - the remaining pair, ManB and LadyB
• third - ManA and LadyB
• fourth – ManB and LadyA
The courts are booked from 8:00pm and matches should start as close as possible to this time. Should one team be indicated on the scoresheet as responsible for a start later than 8:15pm and there be any unfinished matches those unfinished matches will be awarded to the team not responsible for the late start.
In 4 player format
• If a match is unable to start by 8:30pm the team responsible shall forfeit one match…….if unable to start by 8:45pm a second match shall be forfeited…… and if not possible to start by 9:00pm the match shall be forfeited.
• If unable to start as both teams are missing players eg one team has all men present, other team all ladies – the team with players of the preferred order of play absent shall forfeit.
• Matches forfeited shall be Men’s doubles then Women’s Doubles unless agreed otherwise.
In 2 player format
The same time frame shall apply but the matches forfeited shall be the doubles match and one of the singles matches as the only reason for no play would be if a team had no player present.
Any match unfinished shall not be counted as a match won - completed games, and aces shall be included and may decide the winner of the match.
Casual team vacancies.
A team that has named additional players at the start of the season must fill casual vacancies from their list of players before obtaining emergency players.
Teams are to attempt to obtain players from any team scheduled on a bye for the round.
The match secretary must be consulted before using an emergency player for the first time. Once approved that player may be used again without match secretary consultation. The results of 2 matches are usually required to ascertain a player’s strength. The committee may regrade any player at any time – if that player is considered to be playing well below their grade.
The total number of players used in any one season shall not exceed:-
• Singles teams - 6 players
• Doubles teams - 6 men and 6 women.
A 3 point deduction in each and every singles game played and a 5 point deduction in each and every doubles game played will be the penalty imposed on the player whose inclusion causes these maximum numbers to be exceeded.
A player is allowed a once off maximum time of 3 minutes for treatment of an injury.
Any player injured during a match may be replaced by another player in any subsequent matches… provided the replacement player is eligible to play that grade (or lower) and they can play without any undue delay to the playing of the subsequent matches.
The score sheet shall indicate the nature and time of the injury as this may be required for an injury insurance claim
The score achieved by the injured player’s team shall stand with the opposition being awarded that game to 15(21) points and any additional games 15(21) to nil to ensure a result for the rubber.
A person is not permitted to play in two different teams on the same night.
Both team captains are requested to email the result to the match secretary within 72hours of the completion of each match.
Permanent team changes
If it becomes necessary to replace a team player permanently the match secretary will need to give approval of the change – it will only be given to ensure a minimum number of players are available (if you have 3 men/women at the start and one leaves that player cannot be replaced).
For purposes of finals eligibility the new player will be deemed to have played all the matches played by the replaced player.
A player will automatically qualify for the finals if he/she plays a minimum of one half the number of matches in a season (rounded down).
No player will be permitted to play in a finals match if they have not played a match in that grade during the season.
A player from a lower grade may be considered as a replacement. The committee may over-ride this rule if necessary for the lowest grade.
Permission to play a player not automatically qualified for the finals must be obtained at least 48 hours prior to the final being played.
Points on ladder
A team that wins a match will be awarded 2 premiership points.
If the match results in a draw each team will be awarded 1 premiership point
A Bye is recorded as a win
Percentage is calculated by dividing total aces won by total aces lost and multiplying by 100. This is accumulated week by week.
If no referee is appointed for the finals the match secretary shall be the referee.
The referee shall have sole responsibility in ensuring matches are completed in time on the available courts.
Refusal to abide with any referee directions may result in defaulting a game or games if matches do not finish as a result of this non compliance.
Teams not involved in finals are to umpire as directed by the match secretary – in most instances for the second week of the finals.
Fixtures and Finals
Autumn season will start the last week in January and continue through to the week prior to the June/July school holidays.
Spring season will start the week after the June/July school holidays and continue through to the week prior to the School Volleyball championships (usually the first full week in December). If possible there will be no play in the week of the Melbourne Cup Holiday.
4 teams in grade
• Will be avoided as would need to play each team 5 times (15 rounds).
• Finals will be 1st v 2nd second on ladder. Other 2 teams umpire.
• Requires 16 weeks of competition.
5 or 6 teams in grade
• Will play each team 3 times (15 rounds).
• Finals will be 2nd v 3rd on ladder with winner playing 1st on ladder.
5th & 6th on ladder umpire semi, 4th & semi loser umpire final.
• Requires 17 weeks of competition
7 or 8 teams in grade
• Will play each team twice (14 rounds).
• Finals – Week 1 1st v 4th , 2nd v 3rd – week 2 winners play for gold/silver, losers play for Bronze …
5,6,7 umpire week 2 of finals or 7&8 week 1, 5&6 week 2
• Requires 16 weeks of competition
9 or 10 teams in grade (will only be 10 if can get 5 courts for grade)
• Will play each team twice (18 rounds).
• Finals will be SF1 1st v 4th, SF2 2nd v 4th , EF1 5th v 8th , EF2 6th v 7th Gold/Silver playoff -- winner SF1 v winner SF2,
Bronze 1 winner EF1 v loser SF1, Bronze 2 winner EF2 v loser SF2
• No umpires week 1 – 9 & 10 and EF1 & EF2 losers umpire week 2.
• Requires 20 weeks of competition
o If 20 weeks not available for competition, an alterative using the number of available weeks shall be used
Eg. 9 rounds as one pool of teams – then play 2 pools of upto 5 teams, (4 or 6 team formats) requires 16 weeks of competition.
Documents available for downloading from the web-site.
• Excel version of the 2 player scoresheet for completion and return to the match secretary.
• Excel version of the 4 player scoresheet for completion and return to the match secretary
• Copy of these match regulations.
Available to team captains on request:-
• Listing of all players in competition including recommended emergency players – this shows name, email address and mobile number.
The committee have sole responsibility in enforcing the match regulations – these simplified rules have been published as a guide to the full regulations which are being revised and should be available prior to the start of the Autumn 2013 season.
Amended November 2013 ……… ad
07-04-2013, 08:56 PM #26
07-04-2013, 08:59 PM #27
i mean.... i don't mind being one of the 6 maximum players allowance if needed
07-05-2013, 01:10 AM #28
07-17-2013, 11:50 PM #29
2013 Spring CBA Singles League (on Thursday night) will commence on 25-July
Last night (Wed 17-Jul-2013), I was told that this Thursday Night Singles League will commence on Thu 25-Jul-2013.
The link for 'Fixtures/Ladders/Results' will be found located at (although not updated yet) :
I was given the 'Fixtures' printed on paper. It is found that our team, 'CCC-Cats', will be playing against team 'You, Me, Carpark NOW' for our first match.
We wish to know who are our 'CCC-Cats' teammates who can participate in this first match.
Keep in touch with the thread for more info to come.
07-18-2013, 02:35 AM #30
The fixture as shown by the link in Chris's post is up-to-date (caters for 10 teams) and has been since 15th July -- fixture notes will be altered tonight as they still show the system for 9 teams...
07-18-2013, 06:02 AM #31
07-18-2013, 06:37 AM #32
07-18-2013, 07:06 AM #33
2013 Spring CBA Singles League (on Thu 25-July) : Timothy-T is available to play
Good that you can participate on Thu 25-Jul-2013. We shall now wait for other CCCers to reply.
The important link for this league (for Fixtures/Ladders/Results) is found loacted at :
Note that our first matches for CCC-Cats on Thu 25-Jul-2013 will be on Court #6 scheduled to start at 8:00pm.
Regarding 'What requires organisation before or during the competition?', perhaps BaddyGary is best to provide the answers.
I believe that BaddyGary will be there on match night - to provide you with :
* supply of shuttlecocks.
* supply of scoresheets.
* info on how to post in the results after each match night.
* etc, etc, ......
Last edited by chris-ccc; 07-18-2013 at 07:10 AM.
07-20-2013, 12:08 AM #34
2013 Spring CBA Singles B/C League (on Thursday night) - A message from Gary-G
Gary-G sent me this message :
Get out your badminton gear .... dust it off..... make sure it all still fits (and you've replaced or repaired the shorts you split in the finals)... because 30 of the entered 37 teams hit the courts this week.
8 teams play Monday, Wednesday and Thursday... while only 6 play Tuesday...... better check the web-site to see if you are due to play.
I'll be down this week and we'll sort out a few things --- what I want is one person to give out shuttles each night.
We have purchased a few score-books at a cost of close to $32.00 each - it is intended that they be handed out and returned each match night......You may be able to purchase one but you must contact Gary first... as we want to ensure we have 4-6 available at all times. Those of you who play at Altona will recognize them as they are the same as they have.
Please ensure all members of your team are aware of this start.