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Constitution & Rules - 2018
1 The organisation shall be called the “Bampton & District Aunt Sally Association”.
2. The association will be managed by a Committee consisting of:-
President: Voting authority
3. The number of current members may
be varied according to circumstances.
5. An Annual General Meeting will be held to communicate essential changes prior to the start of a season and for general discussions. All change proposals will require a sanctioning vote. One vote per team: proxy voting is not permitted.
6. Any membership-led AGM item that may lead to a vote must be submitted in writing to the Secretary for discussion at the pre-AGM Committee meeting. Other matters may be discussed at the AGM, but cannot result in a vote.
7. Team registration fees will be decided
at the Annual General Meeting.
8. The Committee shall use its discretion as to the method used to set League Sections.
9. All complaints must be made in writing
by the team captain to the Secretary within 48 hours of its occurrence.
The complaint will then be brought before the next Committee meeting.
10. A special general meeting may be called by the Secretary.
11. In cases where existing rules do not cover a situation, the Committee is empowered to create a new rule.
12. All monies shall be banked in the
name of the Association.
Match and Competition Rules
1.1 The pitch must be 10 yards long from the front of the iron to the hocking (throwing line).
1.2 The doll must be wooden and painted
white, 6” high and 3¼” diameter and shall stand on
a vertical swivel stand 2ft 6” from the ground or, a nylon doll
of identical dimensions may be used by agreement of both captains.
1.3 Adequate lighting must be provided and may be checked by the Committee.
2.1 Registration fees must be paid prior to the first league match, or scores will be nulled.
2.2 Each team shall register a minimum
of six players prior to the first league game.
2.3 Landlords/Landladies/Stewards or Managers are permitted to register for more than one team at their venue.
3. League Games
3.2 The throw shall be available for
practice from 8:15pm.
3.3 Games consist of 3 legs (horses)
1 point per leg; played 6 a side.
3.4 Captains shall toss for each leg and the winning captain shall, if he/she wishes request the other side to throw first. This also applies to 3 and 1 stick play offs.
3.5 Sticks may be thrown under or round arm but not over arm. Each player shall throw 6 sticks. Both feet must be behind the hocking by the time the stick has left the player’s hand.
3.6 Callers and stickers up shall be
registered players. The sticker-up shall be from the throwing team, the
caller from the opposing team. After each throw, the sticker up may adjust
the swivel and doll.
3.7 A caller may only call one leg per game. Each doll shall be called so that the thrower can hear the caller. The caller’s decision shall be final.
3.8 If any legs are drawn, then each player shall throw 3 sticks. If after this the score is still level, players shall continue with 1 stick. If the score is still a draw, players shall throw 6 sticks each and repeat the procedure until one team wins. When 3 or 1 sticks are being thrown, only that number may be held.
3.9 The team not throwing shall stand well away and everyone shall try to ensure reasonable order around the playing area.
3.10 The Home team is responsible for
entering the scores into the web site. The deadline is midnight on the
Sunday following the match. Any team breaking this rule on more than one
occasion may be fined 2 points for each offence other than the first.
3.11 In the case of the final match of
the season, scores may be voided if results have not been received by
the following Sunday. All
re - arranged games must be played by the last league fixture date
3.12 Any team failing to fulfil two consecutive week’s fixtures may be expelled from the league unless there are exceptional circumstances.
4.1 All competition entrants must be
4.2 The Committee reserves the right to refuse entry to knockout competitions if it is felt that players have been entered from other leagues just for the knockout.
4.3 Competitions must be played on the dates specified by the Committee.
4.4 8-a-side competitions: Premier, A,
and B sections will contest a Primary Competition; sections C D and E
a Secondary Competition and sections F and below will contest a Tertiary
4.5 4-a-side competitions: Premier, A,
B and C sections will contest a Primary Competition. Sections D and below
will contest a Secondary Competition.
4.6 Pairs competitions must be played
by two people of the appropriate gender.
4.7 Entry to the ‘Sub 5
Singles ’ competition is conditional on a doll average of 5 or less
and a minimum of 6 league games played in the previous season.
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