Stillwater Night of play Monday


Teams keep track of games only, not innings!

> Example - team #8 receives 21 points (highest you can get) and #9 receives 10 points for the match. Plus 1 bonus point each if requirements are meet.

> Players must have four (4) scores in spring session to play in Nationals.

> Weekly team fees are $21.00

North Central Oklahoma Masters Divisions

Play will follow U.S. Amateur rules and format. All other rules, policies and procedures included in the Official manual apply to Masters Divisions, except as noted below:

A maximum of 4 players will be permitted on a roster; 3 of the 4 team members will participate in each team match.

Each individual match will be a race to 7 and will include 8 games of 9-ball and 5 games of 8-ball. Players will earn 1 point for each gamed won. A team can earn a maximum of 21 points per night.

The winner of the lag will have choice of game (8-ball or 9-ball) or the break. Once the format has been chosen, the entire set of that format must be completed before moving to the next format.

Masters 9-Ball - The player has won the game when he has legally pocketed the 9-ball without scratching.

Push Out - The push out is allowed after the break during games of 9-ball (see definitions in team manual pg. 100)

Coaching is not ALLOWED

Jump Cues - The use of jump cues is allowed in Masters Division play. Be aware that even though Masters' rules allow for the use of jump cues, Host Location "house rules" may choose to limit or strictly prohibit their use.

Byes - 15 points are awarded to a team receiving a bye.

Forfeits - An individual player match is worth 5 points.

Playoffs - Playoffs and championship matches are scored the same as in weekly play except a forfeited individual player match is worth 7 points. In the case of a tie at the end of a team match, the tie would be broken by the number of individual matches won.

Contact League Office to form teams

Butch Patchell