There will be a total of eleven official matches during the year.Venues
chosen before the end of February of that year.Ten of the matches will
be points matches and a
Fur and Feather which will not count towards the Club championship. The match venues will be
canvassed among members and their votes taken into consideration.
1.2 Pegging of the matches
should be done with a committee member presentwhenever possible.
Entry fees will be fifthteen pounds. Nine pounds will go towards the
pools and six pounds for the peg fees.Payout will be governed by Club Guidelines
(for clarification see Treasurer) and shortfalls or surpluses to the
payouts will be balanced from the Club funds.
Payout will be for 1st,
plus a winner of each section.Sections will consist of between four and
six members depending on the turnout.
Sections of less than five will appear at
the final pegs. The first three will not be
eligible for section prizes.
Matches will be fished for a minimum of five hours unless time
the venue allows longer then the extension will be announced at the
no change will be allowed unless enforced by the fisheryor force majure.
Draws will take place at and
late comers will need to seek out theMatch Secretary to see if any pegs remain
All-in will be signalled by one of
the officials or designated members on the day.
Weigh-in will take place as soon as
possible after each match and payout by one of the officials or
designated members on the day. Monies retained will go to Club
1.9 Match results will be
available from the match secretary, on a dedicatedWeb site along with match dates, running
totals and directions to the venues.
A minimum of fifteen pegs will be booked for each match andconstantly
reviewed until the date of the match.
2.2 Members can book on matches up to the day before
the match. If the match is full then members may turn up on the day and
every attempt will be made to include them. Members who book and do not
turn up will be charged the peg fee regardless of the reason. Again
every attempt will be made to negotiate with the fishery to only pay for
the pegs used in which case the member will not have to pay.
Cancellations will be taken up to five working days (Ex. Sat. & Sun.)
prior to the day of the match without fine for exceptional
circumstances at the Match Secretary's discretion.
Guests will be able to book on five working days (as in 1.) prior to the
match (e.g. if the match is on a Wednesday then bookings will commence
on the previous Wednesday). Guests who book and do not turn up will not
be invited again unless the circumstances are exceptional and are
accepted to be so by a Club Official.
2.4 Bookings may be made to
Walter Bilinkewycz on 0161 761 2199 or 07561 392724 or
verbally at the end of each match.The onus is on the member to make the
2.5 Points will be awarded on counting matches at 1
point for first, 2 points for second and so on until the last member who
weighs in. Those who attend and do not weigh in will be awarded 1 more
point than the last member who weighed in. Those who do not attend will
count as the number of members in the club ( currently 30 ).
The four highest points for each match will not be counted when
calculating the final aggregate total for the club championship.(i.e The
six lowest match points will count towards the final aggregate total).