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WINNER - £2000
RUNNER UP - £600
SEMI-FINALIST - £300
LAST 8 - £100
LAST 16 - £50
LAST 32 - £25
ADULT MASTERS (OVER 18'S ONLY) WINNER - £750
RUNNER UP - £250
SEMI-FINALIST - £100
LAST 8 - £50
LAST 16 - £25
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Entry for each individual Darts event is included in your Darts weekend package booked via Pontins.com. Anybody staying at Pontins who has not booked the Darts weekend package will not be eligible to enter either, the event or Arena where the Championship is being held. All entry forms will be available from either, your welcome package or from the registration desk.
PONTINS JUNIOR EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2016
FRIDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER - Registration forms can either be submitted between 16.00 – 20.00hrs or on SATURDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER between 8.00am and 9.00am in the Lunars Room.
The Championship begins on Saturday at 11.00am and will continue until the Quarter Finals have been played. The Championship will continue on Sunday 18th whereby the semi-finals and finals will be staged.
European Junior Championship is open to any player aged over the age of 10 and under the age of 18 on the 18th September 2016.
501 flying start, double finish.
Winner marks tournament in rounds 1 and 2 and loser marks thereafter.
Pontins Junior European Championship players require proof of ID and proof of age.
Dress code, Collared shirts, Black trousers, Black shoes/trainers.
If any junior player entering the event is seen consuming alcohol whilst playing in the tournament they will be instantly disqualified from the competition.
All matches are played best of 5 legs up to the Semi Final Stage.
SUNDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER – Semi-finals and Finals day. Registration 11.00am in the Lunars Room. Championship commences at 1.00pm.
Semi-finals best of 7 legs
3.00pm Final best of 7 legs
4.00pm Championship presentation
PONTINS ADULT MASTERS
SATURDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER. Registration between 3.00pm and 4.00pm in the Lunars Room.
Championship commences at 5.30pm.
Best of 7 legs.
501 flying start, double finish.
Winner marks tournament in rounds 1 & 2 and loser marks thereafter.
Dress code, Collared shirts, Black trousers, Black shoes /Trainers.
Last 4 players qualify for finals day on Sunday.
SUNDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER. Registration at 11.00am in the Lunars Room.
Tournament commences at 12.00 noon.
Semi-Final x 2, best of 7 legs.
Pontins Adults Masters Final best of 9 legs.
JDC UK TOUR EVENT 4
FRIDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER. Registration between 6.00pm and 7.00pm in the Lunars Room. Event starts at 7.30pm.
Best of 5 legs.
501 flying start, double finish.
Winner marks tournament in rounds 1 & 2, loser marks tournament thereafter. Last 4 players qualify for Finals day on Sunday. Players will require ID (under 18s event).
Dress code, Collared shirt, Black trousers, Black shoes/trainers.
If any junior player entering the event is seen consuming alcohol whilst playing in the tournament they will be instantly disqualified from the event.
SUNDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER. Registration at 10.00am in the Lunars Room.
Semi Finals and Final best of 7 legs.
Semi-Finals commence at 11.00am, Finals at 2,00pm.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Players shall, at all times, behave in a proper and correct manner consistent with their status. Players shall not do anything which is likely to intimidate, offend, insult, humiliate or discriminate against any other person on the grounds of disability, religion, race, colour or national or ethnic origin, sex or sexual orientation.
Players will comply with and act in accordance with all reasonable instruction of the Tournament Director or any other Tournament Official.
Players must comply with the entry terms and conditions of each Tournament in which they have entered.
Players may not, before or during a Darts Event, make an agreement to produce a particular score or situation within a match or to share prize money between those players irrespective of the result. Any players influencing a result shall be disqualified immediately.
GENERAL PLAYING RULES
Players shall provide their own darts.
Any Player failing to comply with any of these General Playing Rules during a Darts Event shall be liable to disqualification from that Event at the discretion of the Tournament Director. The Tournament Directors decision is final and there are no forms of appeal.
Darts shall be retrieved from the dartboard by the throwing Player but only after the score has been called by the Referee or recorded by the Marker. A protest about the score attained or called, after the retrieval of the darts from the board, may not be upheld.
All scores and subtractions made should be checked by the Referee, the Marker and the Players after each Throw and, where practicable, before the next Player’s Throw commences. All requests by a Player to check his or her own score recorded, or subtraction made, must be made before that Player’s next Throw, and in any event such requests can only relate to that Player’s last completed Throw.
All requests by an Opponent to check the score recorded, or subtraction made, of another Player must be made before the Opponent’s second Throw following the Throw in relation to which the alleged error occurred.
Errors in arithmetic shall stand as displayed on the scoreboard unless corrected prior to the next Throw of the Player whose score is in error, or prior to the second Throw of the Opponent following the Throw in relation to which the alleged error occurred.
The actual score required by a Player must be shown on the score board, clearly visible at eye level in front of the Players and the Referee.
The Promoter reserves the right to cancel or change any date, Tournament Venue and scheduled Darts Event without prior notice.
Unless stated otherwise all (three) Darts Events shall be run on a knockout basis.
No Player that has been knocked out of a Darts Event shall play again in that Darts Event either as a substitute Player, except in those circumstances when a breach of the General Playing Rules has occurred which has materially affected the losing Player, such breach not having been occasioned by the losing Player. The Promoter may, in its own discretion, reinstate the Player in the Darts Event either in substitution for or in addition to the winning Player.
TOURNAMENT AND CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYING RULES
Any Player not fulfilling the playing commitments of the Darts Event by failing to complete all scheduled matches, including the finals, shall forfeit the right to receive any trophies, prizes or prize monies that may be due in relation to that Darts Tournament. Furthermore if this scenario occurred, the losing player from the proceeding round would be reinstated into the tournament and in the case of the final be declared the Champion.
All entries are to be made on official entry forms which must be accurately completed and returned to the Promoter. Any entry form found to be inaccurately completed or not submitted strictly in accordance with the requirements laid down on the entry form may be refused by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. A Player whose entry form is inaccurate may be disqualified before, during or after the relevant Darts Event depending upon when the inaccuracy is discovered.
Only the Player or Players named on an entry form as the competing individual shall be eligible to play in the relevant Darts Event.
All Players shall register at each Darts Event at scheduled times which are predetermined by the Promoter.
Any Player failing to register by the notified time will, save in exceptional circumstances to be decided by the Tournament Director, be eliminated from that Darts Event.
REGISRATION AND CALL TO PLAY
Any Player that is not in attendance when called upon to play at the nominated time will, save in exceptional circumstances to be decided by the Tournament Director, forfeit that leg, set or match, whichever, at the discretion of the Tournament Director, is applicable.
Players should be in attendance at their assigned Match board when their Match is due to be played and when they are due to mark a Match. Failure to do so may render the Player liable to disqualification or disciplinary action at the absolute discretion of the Tournament Director.
The Promoter shall perform the draws for each event. Once the draw has been made no changes will be made even if a bye is created by non attendance.
Draw charts must be displayed, where possible, at the control desk, in the event programme, at the Match board or at a convenient place in the Tournament Venue.
No substitutes shall be allowed in a Darts Event run for individual Players.
ORDER OF PLAY
The Order of Play shall be determined by a throw at the Bull in a manner prescribed by or on behalf of the Tournament Director.
The winner of the throw at the Bull shall have the choice to throw first in the first leg or set and all odd alternate legs or sets thereafter in that respective Match.
If the Order of Play has not been correctly adopted then that respective leg shall be stopped and then re-started using the correct Order of Play.
If legs have already been completed using an incorrect Order of Play then the results determined in those legs shall stand but the next leg shall be started using the correct Order of Play.
Darts that hit and remain in the Bull or the 25 bed shall be retrieved by the Player before the opponent throws a dart if the second Player so requires. It is at the discretion of the Tournament Director to decide how the original dart is marked. A Promoter can at its own discretion direct that in this particular Championship only those darts that hit the bull or 25 will count in deciding the order of play.
If the darts thrown for the Bull prove to be a tie then both Players shall retrieve their darts and shall throw again in reverse order until one dart is nearer the Bull.
MATCH RESULT/RECORD CARD
An assignment, result or record card may be made out at the control desk detailing the Order of Play and indicating the order of throwing. The Referee shall be responsible for ensuring that the Order of Play and order of throwing is strictly adhered to during that Match.
On conclusion of a Match the winning Player shall immediately advise the control desk, with or without a card, of the result.
The progression of Players shall be marked up on Draw Charts or made available at the control desk so that Players or spectators can determine the current position during the Darts Event.
TOURNAMENT PLAY AT A DARTS EVENT
In Tournament play all Players shall play under the supervision and direction of the appointed Promoters and Officials.
No person shall be allowed within the playing area other than a Referee, Marker, Scorer, Recorder or Player. The playing area will be defined by the Tournament Director in each event.
Only a Referee, Marker and any dart board indicator operator shall be allowed to be situated in front of a Player actually at the Oche throwing darts.
Officials/ Markers are expected to restrict their own movements to a minimum during the course of a Player’s Throw and they are not permitted to smoke or drink alcohol on stage during a Match.
In “Stage Finals” the Players shall engage in Match play under the supervision and direction of Stage Officials and in between throws shall be located in such a position as to afford an unrestricted view of proceedings for all Players, Officials, and spectators.
During Match play all Players shall remain silent and only the Player at the Oche shall direct enquiries to the Referee. No prompting shall be allowed by any other Player, any spectator or any Official.
A Player at the Oche is entitled to consult with the Referee on the amount scored or required at any time during a throw. However, the Player shall not be advised on how to finish.
Any protest must be lodged with the Match Board Referee or floor controller at the time of the alleged violation and a judgement given on the spot before the leg, set or match is allowed to continue. Any late protests will not be honoured.
If a Player’s playing equipment becomes damaged or is lost during the course of a Throw then the Player shall be allowed an appropriate amount of time at the discretion of the Referee in which to repair or replace the playing equipment.
A time limit set by the Referee, and taken only with the Referee’s permission, shall be allowed in the instance of a Player requiring to leave the playing area in exceptional circumstances during the course of Match play. The Referee has total discretion on what constitutes “exceptional circumstances” in this regard.