The last roll-up as part of this competition has now been played and the full results table is shown below. The winner of this years competition is Cliff Smith with an avarage of 2.600 points. The runner up is Terry Rhodes with an average of 2.3846 points
We hope all those who took part have enjoyed the rivalry imparted by this fun competition.
The following is the full position after the final roll-up
Summer Roll-up Championship
This informal competition will run over all roll-up sessions in June, July and August but there are no special requirements other than a minimum of 9 roll-up sessions to be played over the 3 month period.
This is an individual competition even though roll-ups are normally played as triples. Each person in the competition will be credited with the score of the team they are drawn with during each roll-up session.
As the number of ends played in the summer months may be variable, the first 12 ends only will count towards this competition. If less than 12 ends are played then the game will be excluded from the results.
Points will be allocated as follows:-
- 1 point for a draw
- 2 points for a win
- 1 bonus point for every 5 shots more than the opposition
It will not matter whether the team you are playing in are all entrants in the competition, neither will it matter if none of the opposing team are entrants. Points will be awarded to each individual participating player according to the scale above.
If, as sometimes happens, an entrant is drawn in a pairs game for the roll-up, then the same scoring system will apply.
To make the chances fair for everyone a minimum of 9 games should be played over the 3 month period (39 roll-up sessions).
The maximum number of games which can be included will therefore be 39.
Results of all roll-up games played in the period will be included.
The total points accrued will be divided by the total number of games played to give an average. This average will then decide the order of the results table. In the (unlikely) event of a tie within the top places then shot difference (again averaged) will be used to decide the finishing order.
Players may enter the competition at any time during the 3 month period (always bearing in mind the 9 game minimum requirement), but points can not be accumulated until after the entry fee has been paid.
Score cards must be dated and returned to the competition secretary for inclusion in the results table.
The results table will be updated regularly and published on this page of the website as well as being displayed on the club notice board.
This competition should provide some added interest to the summer roll-ups whilst being open enough for even the most recent players of the game to stand a chance of "leading the field".
Don't forget the Avalon Trophy competition and Hog Roast which will be on Sunday 26th May from mid-day