Ladies 100 Up Championship

The closing date for each round shall be strictly adhered to, with each player having equal responsibility for ensuring that the match is completed by the due date. The first named in the tie shall be the “challenger” and is responsible for contacting the opponent(s) to arrange a date. In the singles, the “challenger” must also arrange a marker.

An extension beyond the due date may be granted, in exceptional circumstances, with the permission of the Competition Secretary, providing the extension does not exceed 7 days. In the event of a match not being played by the due date, the Competition Secretary is authorised, at his/her sole discretion, to either scratch both competitors or withdraw the competitor who, having been offered a choice of three dates, has failed to play the match.

Club Rules 7.3.5

Note: the size of the box is set which might mean that your full name is not visible.

By clicking on your match a box will be displayed showing the date by which your match should be played by.