1 Australian Eight Ball Federation BY-LAWS (1 st December 2017)
2 Index Item No: 1 Alterations to the By-Laws 2 Determination of the Host State for Australian Championships 3 Australian Championship Program 4 Australian Championship Format 5 Team Photographs & Video 6 Presentation Dinner 7 Qualification for Australian Championships 8 Player Disqualification Reciprocal Agreement 9 Equipment 10 Draw for Australian Championship 11 Dress Code 12 Adjudication Panel 13 Umpires 14 Disputes 15 Registration of Competitors 16 Fixtures 17 Australian Men s Team Event 18 Australian Women s Team Event 19 Australian Masters Team Event 20 Men s, Women s and Masters Teams Match Format 21 Men s, Women s and Masters Singles Event 22 Statistical Format 23 Australian Championship Awards 24 Playing Rules 25 Professional Eight Ball Players 26 Doping Policy 27 Member Protection Policy 28 Social Media Policy
3 Index Item No: Item: 29 Behaviour Reports and Disciplinary Actions 30 Behaviour at Playing and Accommodation Venues 31 Australian Squad Selection 32 Australian Team Uniform 33 Financial Reports 34 Membership Fees and Levies 35 Junior Australian Championships 36 Members Obligations to Sponsor s 37 Master Copies File, including Master Program Book 38 Registers 39 Standard Procedure for the Hearing of Notices of Motion 40 Access to Australian Federation Meetings 41 AEBF Headquarters 42 Affiliation to Other Bodies 43 Annual General Meeting Schedule 44 Official Ranking, Scoring & Team Ladders 45 Australian Team Managers attending the WEPF Championships 46 National Anthem 47 Costs for Executive Committee to attend Australian Championships and Mid-Year Meeting. 48 Attendance at Annual General Meetings and Delegates Meetings 49 Sponsors Product
4 Record of Amendments Date Section No: AGM 1992 Equipment AGM 1992 Playing Rules 24.2 AGM 1993 Playing Rules 24.3 AGM 1994 Australian Championship Format AGM 1994 Dress Code 11.6 AGM 1994 Men s and Women s Teams Match 19.2 Format AGM 1994 Playing Rules 24.5, 24.6, and 24.7 AGM 1995 Equipment AGM 1995 Equipment 12.9, 12.10, AGM1995 Disputes AGM 1995 Australian Championship Format 4.9 AGM1995 Registration of Competitors 15.2 AGM1995 Fixture Results 16.2 AGM1995 Australian Men s Teams Event 17.2 AGM1995 Aust. Women s Teams Event 18.2 AGM1995 Statistical Format 22.3 AGM1995 Aust. Championship Awards 23 AGM1995 Playing Rules 24.4 AGM1995 Lay Day 23 AGM1995 Behaviour Reports 27.2 AGM1996 Adjudication Panel 12.2 AGM1996 Aust. Championships Awards 23.4 AGM1996 Aust. Team Uniform 30 AGM1996 Financial Reports 31.3 Executive 1996 Australian Squad Selection 29 AGM 1996 Australian Men s and Women s Singles Matches 20 AGM 1996 World Eight Ball Pool Federation 46
5 Record of Amendments Date Section No: Delegates 1997 Official Ranking 44 AGM 1997 Aust. Championship Format 4.8 AGM 1997 Team Photographs 5 AGM 1997 Equipment AGM 1997 Adjudication Panel 12.6 AGM 1997 Umpires 13.1 AGM 1997 Aust. Team Uniform 30 AGM 1998 Teams Match Format 19.6 AGM 1998 Adjudication Panel AGM 1999 Removal of Lay Day from By-Laws 26 AGM 1999 Aust. Team Uniform 30.7 AGM 1999 Umpires 13.4 AGM 1999 Equipment AGM 1999 National Anthem 46 AGM 1999 Australian Men s & Women s Team Event AGM 1999 Australian Doubles Matches 21.3, , AGM 1999 Championship Format 4.10, 4.11, 4.12 Delegates 1999 Adjudication Panel Delegates 2001 (June) Australian Singles Delegates 2001 (June) Aust. Squad selection 29.6 Delegates 2001 (June) World Eight Ball Pool Federation45 Delegates 2001 AEBF Headquarters 41 Delegates 2001 AGM Schedule 43 AGM 2001 Dress Code 11.7 AGM 2001 Determination of Host State for Australian 2.3 Championships
6 Delegates 2004 (June) Executive costs to attend National 46 Championships Delegates 2004 (Nov) Team walk in order AGM 2004 Australian Championship Format 4.10 AGM 2004 Australian Men s & Women s Singles 20.2, 20.4 AGM 2005 Qualification for Australian Championships 7 Executive 2005 (Nov) Alteration to by-laws 1.4 Executive 2005 (Nov) Dress Code 11.4 Executive 2005 (Nov) Adjudication Panel , 2.3, 2.4, 12.6 Executive 2005 (Nov) Men s & Women s Team Match Format 19.2 Executive 2005 (Nov) Australian Men s & Women s Singles 20.3 Executive 2005 (Nov) Financial Reports 30 Executive 2005 (Nov) Junior Australian Championships Executive 2005 (Nov) Delete Bi-Monthly Report 34 Executive 2005 (Nov) Registers , Executive 2005 (Nov) Player Rankings, Scoring System & Ladders 42 AGM 2006 Australian Men s Team Event 17 AGM 2006 Australian Women s Team Event 18 AGM 2007 Australian Masters Team Event 19 AGM 2007 AGM 2007 Australian Men s, Women s and Masters Singles Matches 21 Australian Championship Awards23 AGM 2007 Australian Squad Selection 29 AGM 2007 Placing 22.3 AGM 2008 Affiliation Fees 32 AGM 2009 Australian Championship Format4.3 AGM 2009 Adjudication Panel , 12.5, 12.6 AGM 2009 Disputes AGM 2009 Men s, Women s, Masters Team Match Format 20.7 AGM 2009 Men s, Women s, Masters Singles Format 21.8, 21.9 AGM 2009 Behaviour Reports & Dispute Action 27.3, 27.4
7 AGM 2009 Australian Squad Selection 29.9 Executive Meeting 2009 Attendance at Annual General Meetings and Delegates Meetings 46 AGM 2010 Australian Championship Format AGM 2010 Australian Men s Teams Event 17 AGM 2010 Australian Women s Teams Event 18.5 AGM 2010 Australian Masters Teams Event19 AGM 2010 Australian Men s, Women s and Masters 21.1, 21.2, 21.3 Singles 21.7, 21.8, , 21.11, AGM 2010 Australian Squad Selection 29.3, 29.4, 29.5 AGM 2011 Australian Championship Awards 23.1, 23.2, 23.3, 23.4 Executive 2012 Doping Policy 26.1 Executive 2012 Member Protection Policy 27 Executive 2012 Behaviour Reports and Disciplinary Actions 28.2 AGM 2012 Sponsor Product 48 AGM 2012 Master Copies File, including Master Program 36.7 Book AGM 2012 Australian Championship Awards 23.4 AGM 2013 Umpires 13.5 AGM 2013 Adjudicators Panel , AGM 2013 Affiliation Fees and Levies 33.4, 33.5, 33.6, 33.7 Mid Year 2014 Junior Australian Championships , , , Mid Year 2014 Australian Championship Awards 23.1, 23.2 AGM 2014 Affiliation Fees and Levies 33.1, 33.3 Mid Year 2015 Junior Australian Championships AGM 2015 Australian Men s Teams Event 17.1 AGM 2015 Australian Women s Teams Event 18.1, 18.2 AGM 2015 Australian Masters Teams Event 19.1, 19.2 AGM 2015 Men s and Women s Teams Match Format 20.4, 20.5 AGM 2015 Australian Men s, Women s and Masters 21.1, 21.2, 21.3, 21.4 Singles Matches 21.6, 21.7 AGM 2015 Australian Championship Awards 23.2 Mid-Year 2016 Australian Men s Teams Event 17.1
8 Mid Year 2016 Australian Women s Teams Event 18.1, 18.2 Mid Year 2016 Australian Masters Teams Event 19.1, 19.2 Mid Year 2016 Men s and Women s Teams Match Format 20.4, 20.5 Mid Year 2016 Australian Men s, Women s and Masters 21.1, 21.2, 21.3, 21.4 Singles Matches 21.7 Mid Year 2016 Membership Fees & Levies 33, 33.1, 33.2, 33.3 Mid Year 2016 Australian Junior Championships Executive Sept 2016 Men s Women s and Masters Teams Match 20.2 & 20.8 Format AGM 2016 Australian Championship Format, Tournament Rule for Time Allowed AGM 2016 Membership Fees and Levies 33.4 & 33.5 Executive Dec 2016 Dress Codes 11.6 Executive Dec 2016 Junior Australian Championships , 34.6 & 34.7 Mid- Year Meeting 2017 Australian Men s, Women s & Masters 21.5, 25.1 Singles Matches Mid-Year Meeting 2017 Qualification for Australian Championships 7.3 Mid-Year Meeting 2017 Official Ranking, Scoring System & Team 44.4 Ladders Mid-Year Meeting 2017 Sponsors Product 49.1, 49.3 Mid-Year Meeting 2017 Australian Squad Selection Mid-Year Meeting 2017 Australian Team Uniform 32 Mid-Year Meeting 2017 Australian Men s, Women s & Masters 21.4 Singles Matches Mid-Year Meeting 2017 Team Photographs & Video 5, 5.1, 5.2, , Executive Oct 2017 Australian Championship Format 4.10 Executive Oct 2017 Australian Men s, Women s & Masters 21.6, 21.7, 21.8 Singles Matches Executive Oct 2017 Lag for the break 21.9, Executive Oct 2017 Australian Championship Awards 23.2, 23.4 Executive Oct 2017 Australian Squad Selection , Executive Oct 2017 Behaviour at Playing and Accommodation 30.3 Venues. Executive Oct 2017 AEBF Headquarters 41.1 Executive Oct 2017 Australian Squad Selection 31.11, 31.12, 31.13, , Executive Oct 2017 Junior Australian Championships 35.8 Executive Oct 2017 Social Media Policy 28 Executive Oct 2017 Junior Development Officers 38.5, Executive Oct 2017 Australian Team Managers attending the 45 WEPF Championships Executive Nov 2017 Australian Masters Team Event 19.4 Delegates Nov 2017 Aust Men s, Women s, Masters Singles 21.5
9 AGM 2017 Cost for Executive Committee to Attend 47.1, , , , , Australian Eight Ball Championships and 47.2, , , , Mid-Year Delegates Meeting , , 47.4, 47.5 AGM 2017 State & Territory Uniforms 11.6 AGM 2017 Australian Men s Teams Event 17.2 AGM 2017 Australian Women s Teams Event 18.2 AGM 2017 Australian Masters Teams Event 19.2 AGM 2017 Australian Men s, Women s and Masters Singles Matches 21.4 AGM 2017 Australian Squad Selection Replacement Pages
10 1. General: As the By-Laws Manual is produced as a loose-leaf document, amendments will be in the form of replacement pages that will be forwarded to holders of the By-Laws Manual. 2. How to Amend the By - Laws Manual The old pages of the By-Laws manual should be removed and replaced with the new ones. Care should be taken to ensure that the correct pages are being removed and that previous amendments have been made. 3. Amendment Record Sheet An amendment record sheet is provided at the front of the By-Laws Manual that must be completed whenever an amendment is inserted into the By-Laws Manual. To ensure it is up to date, holders should ensure that amendments are inserted as soon as the replacement pages are received. If a particular amendment is missing, holders should contact the Secretary of the Federation.
11 Please read carefully - ignorance of these By-Laws do not constitute grounds for appeal. Breaches of these By-Laws will incur penalties at the discretion of the Executive Committee. 1. Alteration to By-Laws 1.1 These By-Laws are subject to variation by the Executive. By-Laws can be varied by a majority vote of the Australian Federation Executive Committee only when such variation is absolutely necessary for the proper application of the By-Law or when the original By-Law is found not to produce the result originally intended when carried by the Australian Committee. 1.2 Only written application by Members Associations will be considered. By-Laws can be changed at Australian Federation Committee Meetings, which include Annual General Meetings, Delegates Meetings, Special General Meetings and Presidents Meetings, by a majority vote of the Australian Committee, being the appointed delegates of each Member State and Territory. 1.3 The Executive Committee decision on any variation is final. 1.4 As the AEBF does not charge GST all Fees and Charges in these by-laws are do not include GST. 2. Determination of Host State for Australian Championships 2.1 At each Annual General Meeting of the AEBF the Host States for the following two years will be confirmed and a vote will be taken to determine the Host State for the third year. 2.2 As a guideline to this determination the AEBF will refer to the chronological order of past championships. Playing Venue decided by the Host State must be Air Conditioned and Venue will be inspected by Delegates at the July Mid-Year Meeting. 2.3 The chronological order for determining the Host States is: - South Australia - Queensland - Western Australia - Northern Territory - Victoria - Tasmania - Australian Capital Territory - New South Wales 3. Australian Championship Program 3.1 The Host State must submit the intended program to the AEBF for approval at least two months prior to the commencement of an Australian Championships. 3.2 Program Book: The Program Book may contain any of the AEBF By-Laws but must contain the Following By-Laws: Reference to the Doping Policy, Social Media Policy and Member Protection Policy A listing of the current AEBF Executive Committee.
12 3.2.3 The AEBF Logo is to figure prominently on the front cover Dress standard Clauses A list of all past winners and runners-up including all Australian Teams selected since The AEBF Executive Committee is responsible for providing the Host State with the aforementioned records The Disputes Clause The Behaviour Clause In addition: - an AEBF sponsor/s shall be allocated at least 1 page free advertisement A listing of the Adjudication Panel. 3.3 The Host State shall ensure that: Advertising signage of AEBF Sponsor(s) is prominently displayed in the playing venue for the duration of an Australian Championship Flags pertaining to each Members State and Territory are displayed within the playing venue, together with the AEBF Federation flag AEBF Sponsor to be provided with a program book AEBF Major Sponsor is issued invitation to the Presentation Dinner. 3.4 Mobile Phones must be turned to off or a mode with no audible noise whilst in the playing venue. Persons in breach of this restriction will be asked to leave the playing venue. 3.5 The AEBF has a "Master Program Book" that contains all the standard sections and orders of play. The information and formats contained in the Master Program Book must be used in all Australian Championship Program Books. The Host State may then add any other relevant information. 4. Australian Championship Format 4.1 Opening Ceremony March In - Australian Championships Each State or Territory will enter in the following order: Women s Team Manager Women s Team Captain Women s Team Masters Team Manager Masters Team Captain Masters Team Men s Team Manager Men s Team Captain Men s Team In the event that a State has only one team Manager, that Manager will be the first person introduced from that State.
13 4.1.2 Teams will march in, in the finishing order of last to first of the Men s Teams from the previous Australian Championships, with the exception of the Host State who will come in last. 4.2 All games are to be played under the Official Rules of Eight Ball as authorised by the Australian Eight Ball Federation At the Senior and Junior Australian Championships, a tournament rule will be in place where players have a maximum of forty seconds to play each shot. If the first twenty seconds elapses before a shot is played, the referee will call "Twenty Seconds" as a warning to the player 4.3 Only scheduled competition games are to be played on the tables during each day's schedule. Registered players for that year s championships may practice at the end of the days schedule if: (a) (b) They are in their State / Territory team playing shirt and comply with the tournament dress code, and The Host state have permitted players in the playing room after the scheduled days play. 4.4 Times may be altered throughout the tournament, at the discretion of the Tournament Director. 4.5 Players must sit/stand in a neutral position whilst their opponent is at the table. They should not engage in communication, either verbal or non-verbal with persons other than Umpires, Opponents or Tournament Officials during play. A player desiring a beverage, piece of equipment, etc., should only obtain it with the approval and observation of the Umpires or Tournament Officials. 4.6 Any time out granted by the Umpires shall be in the Umpire's good judgement that the player(s) are not abusing the privilege as a means of unsettling their opponent. 4.7 Crowd Control: It is expected that team members and spectators will give the players the respect and consideration deserved. The Management may remove unruly spectators from the premises. 4.8 Competitors will be allowed at least 5 minutes each warm up immediately prior to the commencement of any match. In addition, Competitors may practice on the table/s they are scheduled to next play on as long as there is a one-table space between them and any match that is still in progress. During the practice and warm up period, players are strictly forbidden from striking any ball other than the cue ball with a cue. Notwithstanding the above, the match umpires will brush and clean the tables immediately before the commencement of a match or fixture. 4.9 In the event that a team match runs over the allocated time, an adjacent third table will be used to complete any remaining matches In Team Matches, the two Team Managers may, if necessary, take up to five minutes between each round to make any substitutions, but are not allowed to leave the playing area behind their Team table. The umpire who timed the last frame to finish in a round, will time the break (subject to By-Law 20.5) 4.11 Any Player not in attendance when play is due to commence without prior notification to the adjudicator shall deemed to forfeit that match and a nil result would be given to the player offending on the first account, and the second occurrence of late to a match will result in all results for the tournament being removed for the offending individual.
14 4.12 That withdrawing from the competition results in all results being removed Where possible the Host State allows 2 hours practice on the night before the championships commence. 5. Team Photographs & Video 5.1 The Host State for Australian Championships shall arrange a suitable photographer for taking of Team Photographs which are to be taken prior to the commencement of the Australian Eight Ball Championships The AEBF in consultation with the Host State shall arrange for a photographer to take still photos of all the Trophy Winners & Australian Teams at the Presentation Dinner. 5.2 Any photographers who have not obtained approval from either the AEBF or Host State shall prior to taking any still or video must first obtain the approval of the AEBF and or the Host State before taking photograph s in the playing arena of the Australian Eight Ball Championships. 5.3 Should any competing State/Territory wish to Live Stream any of their matches that are not being streamed by the approved Streamer/Streamers they must first gain the approval of the AEBF before commencing to Live Stream a match. 6. Presentation Dinner Any such matches that are approved must be streamed to either the: The official AEBF You Tube Channel The official AEBF Live Streaming Group on Facebook Following completion of each National Championship a Presentation Dinner will be held (organised by the Host State) Invited, as guests, to such Dinner shall be the major sponsor(s) and/or their representatives, of the AEBF Any current Australian World Champion(s) shall also be invited to attend the next relevant Presentation Dinner of the AEBF, at their own cost unless so directed by the Executive of the AEBF. 7. Qualification for Australian Championships 7.1 To qualify to represent a Member State or Territory at an Australian Championships, a player must have played in at least one third of the relevant team competition conducted by that Member State or Territory in the period between the previous and current Australian Championships. 7.2 A player can only attempt to qualify to represent one Member State or Territory at the Australian Championships each year. 7.3 To be eligible to compete in either the Masters Teams or Masters Singles Event, the player must be fifty (50) years of age prior to the commencement of the Australian Championships in that year.
15 8. Player Disqualification - Reciprocal Agreement 8.1 Any player disqualified from competition by the AEBF or a Member State or Territory is automatically disqualified from all competition organised by the AEBF and its Member States and Territories. 8.2 Any such disqualification shall remain in force until such time as it is voted null and void by the body that originally imposed it. 8.3 A Register of Players Banned from Competition both by the AEBF and State or Territory bodies. Member affiliates are to advise the AEBF Secretary (in writing) of date from which such suspension takes place and the duration of the suspension. 9. Equipment 9.1 Table Templates: Eight Ball tables for use at Australian Championships are to be built to AEBF specifications and templates A standard set of pocket templates has been adopted by the AEBF The AEBF will keep in its possession one master set of table templates against which all copies will be compared Tournament Director is to complete and sign a certification certificate stating that the tables conform to the templates, prior to the start of Australian Eight Ball Championships/International series. This certificate is to be lodged with the AEBF President prior to the commencement of an Australian Championship Tables should be brushed and blocked before each event at Australian Eight Ball Championships. 9.2 Table Ball Specifications: Table: 7ft by 3ft 6 inches (2134cm by 1067cm) Cue Ball - 1 7/8 inches (47mm approx.) Object Balls - 2 inches (50mm) 7 Red Balls, 7 Yellow Balls and 1 Black Eight Ball. 10. Draw for Australian Championships 10.1 The detailed draw format is contained in the "Master Program Book". 11. Dress Codes 11.1 The Host State is responsible for ensuring that signage is erected at the Australian Championships outlining dress requirements. Spectators: - "NO : - Thongs - Singlets - Tattered or Dirty Clothing - Shorts (Except dress shorts and long socks) 11.3 Players and Officials: - Males: Slacks, Shirt and Shoes. - Females: Slacks or Skirt, Shirt or Blouse and Shoes. - Players must wear full State uniform at all times when competing.
16 11.4 Definitions: - Slacks: Does not include jeans, leggings and tracksuits etc. - Shoes: Does not include Running Shoes, Sandals and Moccasins etc Any player not in their correct State/Territory uniform is to be omitted from the Opening Ceremony State/Territory Uniforms: Each State/Territory uniform will consist of the following predominate colours, any future changes must be authorised at an AGM prior to a change being made. A.C.T Royal Blue with gold. S.A N.T. Red with dark blue and yellow. Ochre with black and white. QLD. Maroon with Gold N.S.W Navy with light blue. TAS VIC W.A Green with gold and red. Navy with white. Black with gold and white. Each State/Territory must have the current sponsor s logo/s on their Playing Shirt for Australian Championships. 12. Adjudication Panel 12.1 A Head Adjudication panel will be appointed at each Australian Championship Delegate's Meeting The panel will consist of One Head Adjudicator: The current National Rules & Umpiring Director Eight Assistant Head Adjudicators: One person recommended by each of the member State and Territories Three of the nine Adjudicators must be present in the playing room at all times during play In the event that a Member State or Territory can recommend no suitable adjudicator then a majority vote of the assembled Delegates will appoint a replacement A player and/or team manager representing a member State or Territory cannot be appointed to the adjudication panel Each year, the current host State Head Adjudicator will be invited to attend and be heard at the Annual General Meeting The Adjudication Panel's dress code shall be black trousers, black shoes and distinct referee s shirt as issued that year The Adjudication Panel will have the "Fishing Line" and the "Hooked White Ball" method of Foul Snooker or Total Snooker determination available for use if necessary Prior to the commencement of the Australian Championships, a member of the Adjudication Panel will issue the Block Warning in full to all competitors & spectators, and remind all people that this Block Warning shall remain in force throughout the duration of the Championships.
17 Prior to the commencement of each event, a member of the Adjudication Panel will inform all players and spectators that the block warning is in effect The Host State will ensure that there is signage on the main entrance doors to the playing area, informing all players & spectators that the block warning is in effect, and will list the block warning in it s entirety When teams are called for practice prior to each event, they are to be reminded to acknowledge umpires call Umpires are to be advised to stop games if the noise level becomes too much. 13. Umpires 13.1 The Host State is responsible for ensuring that sufficient qualified umpires are available to officiate at Australian Championships (any persons who are not accredited umpires are not permitted to umpire at National level or above) The Host Umpire Director must supply to the Australian Rules and Umpiring Director prior to the commencement of Australian Championships, the list of names of Umpires and their accreditation, which they intend to use as umpires at the said Australian Championship At the conclusion of each championship and upon presentation of a list of participating umpires by the Host State, the AEBF will present each umpire with a "Certificate of Performance", supplied by the Host State The Australian Championships will be umpired by 1 Umpire per table An AEBF Umpires accreditation is valid for four (4) years. 14. Disputes 14.1 If a player disagrees with an umpiring decision during a match at Australian Championships, the following procedure applies: The player should instantly ask the match umpires to stop the game and the umpires must do so The match umpires must then call an adjudicator The Adjudicator will attempt to make a decision based upon all available information, which may include asking a captain or team manager from each side for their opinions. However, a Captain or Team Manager must not enter the playing area unless specifically asked to by the Adjudicator The Adjudicator may: Make a final binding decision, or decide to call in the other two members of the adjudication panel who after deliberation with the Adjudicator and by majority vote will make a final binding decision Harassment of Umpires or Adjudicators at any stage of the aforementioned dispute process is a reportable offence. 15. Registration of Competitors 15.1 All players who are to compete at Australian Championships must be recorded on the Registration Form provided. This form must be lodged with the Tournament Director before the commencement of the first match.
18 15.2 Such Registration Forms (upon completion of the tournament) are to be given to the AEBF Secretary. 16. Fixture Results 16.1 Copies of fixture results sheets are to be handed in to the Tournament Director immediately after the completion of every event Such fixture results sheets (upon completion of the tournament) are to be given to the AEBF Secretary. 17. Australian Men s Teams Event 17.1 A Home and Away Round Robin of fixtures, Semi Finals and Preliminary Finals consisting of 24 singles frames (3 rounds of 8 frames) between teams from each Member State and Territory and the Grand Final consisting of 32 singles frames (4 rounds of 8 frames) Teams can consist of a maximum of 12 players and these 12 players names must be given to the host state, no later than 45 days prior to scheduled commencement date of each national Championship. Players names to be confirmed or changed at the Delegates Meeting prior to the Championships At the conclusion of the Home and Away Round Robin, the top 4 team will progress to the finals series. Match 1 in the finals series will be between the teams that finished first and second and Match 2 will be played between the teams that finished third and fourth. The winner of Match 1 will progress to the Grand Final. The losing team from Match 1 will then play the winning team from Match 2 for the remaining Grand Final spot. The Losing team from Match 2 is eliminated In the event of a draw in a Men s Team's Final match, each team will submit a list of seven players in strict numerical order. Using two tables, singles frames will be played in list order until one team has, won four frames In the Semi Finals the team that finished higher on the ladder at the conclusion of the round robin will get the choice of Home or Away team for the Semi Final. This decision must be notified to the other team within half an hour of the conclusion of the last round match. The team that progresses to the Grand Final first will have the choice of Home or Away team for the Grand Final. This decision must be notified to the other team within half an hour of the conclusion of the last semi final match. 18. Australian Women s Teams Event 18.1 A Home and Away Round Robin of fixtures, Semi Finals and Preliminary Finals consisting of 18 singles frames (3 rounds of 6 frames) between teams from each Member State and Territory and the Grand Final consisting of 24 frames (4 rounds of six frames) Teams can consist of a maximum of 8 players and these 8 players names must be given to the host state, no later than 45 days prior to scheduled commencement date of each national Championship. Players names to be confirmed at the Delegates Meeting prior to the Championships At the conclusion of the Home and Away Round Robin, the top 4 team will progress to the finals series. Match 1 in the finals series will be between the teams that finished first and second and Match 2 will be played between the teams that finished third and fourth. The winner of Match 1 will progress to the Grand Final. The losing team from Match 1 will then play the winning team from Match 2 for the remaining Grand Final spot. The Losing team from Match 2 is eliminated.
19 18.4 In the event of a draw in a Women s Team's Final match, each team will submit a list of five players in strict numerical order. Using two tables, singles frames will be played in list order until one team has won three frames In the Semi Finals the team that finished higher on the ladder at the conclusion of the round robin will get the choice of Home or Away team for the Semi Final. This decision must be notified to the other team within half an hour of the conclusion of the last round match. The team that progresses to the Grand Final first will have the choice of Home or Away team for the Grand Final. This decision must be notified to the other team within half an hour of the conclusion of the last semi final match. 19. Australian Masters Team Event 19.1 A Home and Away Round Robin of fixtures, Semi Finals and Preliminary Finals consisting of 15 singles frames (3 rounds of 5 frames) between teams from each Member State and Territory and the Grand Final consisting of 20 singles frames (4 rounds of 5 frames) Teams can consist of a maximum of 7 players and these 7 players names must be given to the host state, no later than 45 days prior to scheduled commencement date of each national Championship. Players names to be confirmed or changed at the Delegates Meeting prior to the Championships At the conclusion of the Home and Away Round Robin, the top 4 team will progress to the finals series. Match 1 in the finals series will be between the teams that finished first and second and Match 2 will be played between the teams that finished third and fourth. The winner of Match 1 will progress to the Grand Final. The losing team from Match 1 will then play the winning team from Match 2 for the remaining Grand Final spot. The Losing team from Match 2 is eliminated In the event of a draw in a Masters Team's Final match, each team will submit a list of five (5) players in strict numerical order. Using two tables, singles frames will be played in list order until one team has won three (3) frames In the Semi Finals the team that finished higher on the ladder at the conclusion of the round robin will get the choice of Home or Away team for the Semi Final. This decision must be notified to the other team within half an hour of the conclusion of the last round match. The team that progresses to the Grand Final first will have the choice of Home or Away team for the Grand Final. This decision must be notified to the other team within half an hour of the conclusion of the last semi-final match. 20. Men s Women s and Masters Teams Match Format 20.1 Team managers and captains will fill in the fixture book with their team names prior to the advertised starting time of the match The player with * against their name in the official fixture book will break. Where the wrong player performs the break, if: - (i) the break is fair, the opponent will continue with 2 visits and an open table. (ii) The break is not a fair break, see World Rules 4 (b) Team 1 will be deemed to be the team that appears first on the fixture. Team 2 will be deemed to be the team that appears second on the fixture Substitutes can be used in rounds 2, 3 and 4. A team manager must advise the opposition team manager of any substitutions before the commencement of the first frame of the next round. A team manager who has made themselves available has every right to refuse to accept notice of substitutions from an opposing team manager if that notice is given after the round has commenced.
20 20.5 There is to be no break between rounds 1 and 2. Once the last frame in round 1 is completed, the first frame/s in round is to commence. Any substitutes need to have been made before the completion of round 1. Teams may have a break of up to 5 minutes between rounds 2 and 3 and rounds 3 and 4. Teams are not permitted to leave the playing area during these breaks A player cannot be replaced in a round and then brought back in to the match in the same round. Any player who is replaced must remain out of the match for at least one round Frame 1 will be played on Table 1 and Frame 2 will be played on Table 2. All subsequent frames are to be played on the next available table until the fixture's completion. This includes situations where a break between rounds has been taken Prior to the commencement of each frame the umpire will rack the balls and place the cue ball at the centre of the baulk end cushion and call time running. The player who is designated to break that frame then has fourty seconds to break. 21. Australian Men s, Women s and Masters Singles Matches 21.1 Men s, Women s and Masters Singles Draw allows for up to 56 players in the Masters, 64 players in the Women s and 96 in the Men s Championship The Men s, Women s and Masters will have 16 seeded players. The 16 seeded players in the Men s, Women s and Masters will be the reining Singles Champion s, the 8 State and Territory singles champions and the 7 highest Australian ranked Men s, Women s and Masters entered in the Men s Women s and Masters Australian Singles at the Championships. The reining Singles Champions will be seeded number 1 and the remaining 15 players will be seeded from 2 to 16 based on their current Australian ranking. If the reining Singles Champion or one of the State or Territories is not present at the Championships, the vacant seeded positions will be filled by the highest Australian ranked Men s, Women s and Masters entered in the Men s Women s and Masters Australian Singles at the Championships Each State and Territory can enter up to 7 players in the Australian Masters singles, 8 players in the Australian Women s singles and 12 players in the Australian Men s singles. The 7 players in the Masters singles, 8 players in the Women s singles and the 12 players in the Men s singles for each State and Territory must be listed in that State or Territories Masters, Women s and Men s Team. It is each Member State and Territories responsibility to only enter players in the Men s, Women s and Masters Singles they deem suitable to compete in the Australian Men s, Women s and Masters Singles Championships. Any State or Territory that does not enter their full compliment of players in the Masters, Women s and Men s singles will return all entries not required to the AEBF to be distributed at their discretion Each Member State and Territory must lodge the names of all competitors to compete in the Men s, Women s and Masters singles and the entry fee of $ per player (excluding the reining champions) and the relevant Australian Team Levy with the AEBF Treasurer at least 30 days prior to the commencement of the Australian Eight Ball Championships that year. A Late entry fee of $30.00 will be imposed on any entries received after the due date. Entries for the Men s, Women s and Masters singles will close 2 weeks prior to the commencement of the Australian Eight Ball Championships that year. After this date the only changes to entires to the Men s, Women s and Masters singles will be a one for one swap of players The prizemoney break-up of the Men s, Women s & Masters Singles entry fees is: - 10% to Host State to cover umpiring costs - From the remaining balance to following distribution will be made. - 40% to the Winner. - 20% to the Runner Up.
21 - 10% to 3 rd & 4 th Place. - 5% to 5 th to 8 th Place Men s Format Round of 96 Best of 9 Round of 64 Best of 9 Round of 32 Best of 11 Round of 16 Best of 13 Quarter Finals Best of 15 Semi Finals Best of 17 Final Best of Women s Format: Round of 64 Best of 7 Round of 32 Best of 7 Round 16 Best of 9 Quarter Finals Best of 11 Semi Finals Best of 13 Final Best of Masters Format Round of 56 Best of 7 Round of 32 Best of 7 Round of 16 Best of 9 Quarter Finals Best of 11 Semi Finals Best of 13 Final Best of The first player to break in all Australian singles matches will be determined by a lag Prior to the commencement of each frame the umpire will rack the balls and place the cue ball at the top of the table and call time running. The player who is designated to break that frame then has fourty seconds to break The balls are to be racked as per the AEBF rules with a yellow J. 22. Statistical Format 22.1 Definitions A Frame: Is one single game between two players A Match: Is a specified number of frames between two players A Fixture: Is a specified number of frames between any two teams of players Match and Fixture Points Individual Players: Receive 1 point for a singles frame win Teams: Receive 2 points for a fixture win. Receive 1 point for a fixture tie. Receive 0 points for a fixture loss.
22 22.3 Placing Men s, Women s and Masters Teams: At the conclusion of the round placing: 1 - Fixture points, if tied on fixture points 2 - Frame percentage, if tied on frame percentage 3-2 simultaneous singles frames, if still tied 4-1 singles frame tie - breaker Any official team member may participate in the two simultaneous singles frames. If a further singles frame tiebreaker is required, any two official team members may participate, except the players who participated in the aforementioned simultaneous singles frames. 23. Australian Championship Awards All perpetual trophies listed, should indicate by whom they were donated, to enable recognition to be given to the said sponsor of same: 23.1 Perpetual Trophies: Masters Singles: donated by Pool Victoria Women s Singles: Men s Singles: Masters Minor Championship: Masters Teams Championship: Women s Minor Championship: Women s Teams Championship: Men s Minor Championship: Men s Teams Championship: donated by Old Tudor Inn Launceston (Tasmania). donated by Kevin Mitchell (Sth Aust) donated by Pool Victoria (For Masters Team on top of the ladder at the conclusion of the Round Robin) donated by Margaret & the Late Dean Morphett (SA) donated by Lyndall Hulley (Sth Aust) (For Women s team on top of the ladder at the conclusion of the Round Robin) donated by Lance & Lauri Sheen (Victoria) donated by West Australian 8-Ball Federation (For Men s team on top of the ladder at the conclusion of the round robin) donated by West End Cup - SA Brewing Co. Masters Player of the Carnival: Women s Player of the Carnival: Men s Player of the Carnival: Top of the Statistics Masters Teams: Top of the Statistics Women s Teams: Top of the Statistics Men s Teams: donated by Clarrie & Flo Burgess (Sth Aust) donated by the Late Keith Kemp (Northern Territory) donated by EBASA donated by EBASA donated by EBASA Archived Trophies which are no longer presented: Men s Doubles Championship: Women s Doubles Championship: donated by ACI Timber Products (Sth Aust) donated by New Zealand Working Men s & Cosmopolitan Clubs 8-Ball Council Trophies to be provided annually by the Host State: Masters Singles Runner-Up x 1 Masters Singles Champion x 1
23 Women s Singles Runner-Up x 1 Women s Singles Champion x 1 Men s Singles Runner-Up x 1 Men s Singles Champion x 1 Masters Team Runners-Up x 8 Masters Teams Champions x 8 Women s Teams Runners Up x 9 Women s Teams Champions x 9 Men s Team Runners-Up x 13 Men s Team Champions x 13 Masters Top of the Statistics x 1 Women s Top of the Statistics x 1 Men s Top of the Statistics x 1 Master s Player of the Carnival x 1 Women s Player of the Carnival x 1 Men s Player of the Carnival x 1 (7 + 1 for Team Manager) (7 + 1 for Team Manager) (8+ 1 for the Team Manager) (8 + 1 for the Team Manager) ( for the Team Manager) ( for the Team Manager) 23.3 Pennants to be provided annually by the Australian Federation: Masters Team Runner-Up x 1 Masters Team Champions x 1 Women s Team Runners-Up x 1 Women s Team Champions x 1 Men s Team Runners-Up x 1 Men s Team Champions x Australian Team Medallions: The AEBF will purchase and present a medallion, with ribbon, to each of the Players selected in the Australian Squad: Under 23 x 3 Masters Team x 7 Women s Team x 9 Men s Team x The Australian Team Managers will receive a medallion at the conclusion of his/her first International Series in any year. 24. Playing Rules 24.1 All games are to be played under the Official Rules of Eight Ball as authorised by the Australian Eight Ball Federation Table banging is prohibited Any player suspected of "throwing a frame or frames" shall be brought before the Disciplinary Panel.
24 24.4. An alternative "Breaking" system shall be used for all National events. Master Score Sheets will be adjusted in an attempt that no individual player plays two consecutive frames in preliminary rounds If a player plays in the wrong position, then that team will forfeit that frame In singles matches, the player with * against their name in the official fixture book will break. If the wrong player breaks, and the mistake is not picked up before the next shot is played the game will continue without any penalty otherwise a re-rack will occur All players in a team event shall be listed prior to the match commencing. 25. Professional Eight Ball Players 25.1 The AEBF deems a person to be a professional player when that person's main or only source of income is earned by competing in the game of Eight Ball Professional players are not excluded from Australian Championships. 26. Doping Policy 26.1 The AEBF has adopted a Doping Policy, which can be found on the AEBF webpage at Members of any State or Territory Association and or affiliate of such state or territory association are bound by the Doping Policy of the AEBF or any amendment thereto. 27. Member Protection Policy 27.1 The AEBF has adopted a Member Protection Policy, which can be found on the AEBF webpage at Members of any State or Territory Association and or affiliate of such state or territory association are bound by the Member Protection Policy of the AEBF or any amendment thereto. 28. Social Media Policy 28.1 The AEBF has adopted a Social Media Policy, which can be found on the AEBF webpage at Members of any State/Territory Association and or affiliate of such State or Territory Association are bound by the Social Media Policy of the AEBF or any amendment thereto. 29. Behaviour Reports and Disciplinary Actions 29.1 At any fixture venue, competition, tournament, meeting or other function organised by the AEBF:- A Behaviour Report can be lodged by any official of the AEBF, State or Territory reporting alleged misbehaviour by any player, official or member Penalties that can be imposed for misbehaviour are a written reprimand, monetary fine or suspension Behavioural Incident during an Australian Championship:
25 A panel of one representative from each State /Territory present at the National Championships will be selected at the delegates meeting prior to the commencement of the Australian Championships to form the Disciplinary Committee. Upon receipt of a report of alleged misbehaviour by a player, official or member, five people will be selected from the Disciplinary Committee panel (were possible from neutral States) by the President to hear the complaint The player, official or member who the alleged report of misbehaviour has been lodged against will be notified in writing by the AEBF at least four (4) hours prior of the time, date and venue of the hearing into the alleged misbehaviour The player, official or member may lodge an appeal against the decision of the Disciplinary Committee. This must be lodged in writing with the AEBF Secretary within twenty four (24) hours of the decision being handed down by the Disciplinary Committee. Appeals will be heard by the AEBF Executive Committee and any subsequent appeal will be heard by the AEBF Delegates Committee. The decision of the AEBF Delegates Committee will be final Behaviour of all players whilst representing Australia, reflect on Australia and the AEBF. Therefore action by any player that is likely to bring discredit to fellow team members, the AEBF or Australia will be dealt with most severely. Australian Team players, within Australia or overseas, shall be subject to Disciplinary Committee. Such Disciplinary Committee shall consist of a minimum of 3 AEBF Executive Any player who travels to the World Championships as an un-financial member of the AEBF, on their return will be made an un-financial member of the AEBF for six months As soon as a player is made un-financial the AEBF Treasurer will notify the affiliated Member State or Territory the player belongs to of that player s un-financial status and request assistance in collecting any outstanding funds. 30. Behaviour at Playing and Accommodation Venues 30.1 Players, officials and supporters are to act in such a way as to not bring discredit to their State or Territory and the Australian Federation at all-venues used for a National or international event. The aforementioned persons must treat the management, staff and non-associated houseguests with the utmost respect and consideration Foyers and other areas not specifically set aside for the event must not be used as areas for team meetings. Alcohol must not be consumed in any area not specifically licensed for that purpose Pilfering is a serious offence; any person caught pilfering at any time during a tournament shall be banned from that tournament. 31. Australian Squad Selection 31.1 Australian squads will be selected at the conclusion of each Australian Championship The criteria for selection into the travelling Australian Team requires the players to attend & play at the National Championships at which the travelling Australian Team is selected from That for a player to be eligible to be selected in an Australian Team & to receive an Australian Medal that player must meet the Player Eligibility Guidelines as set down in Article 14 of the WEPF By-Laws.
26 31.2 The selection panel for the squads will comprise the President, previous Team Manager/s and three persons appointed by the Delegates Meeting each year The selection panel for the Men s, Women s and Masters Squad will be provided with the relevant records from recently completed Australian championships, together with the Official Ranking Scheme of the AEBF. The last past Australian Team Manager/s and/or Captain should also be in attendance to give relevant input, address meeting only, unless a selector The Australian Squad will consist of (1) The Men s Singles Champion (2) The Men s Player of the Carnival (3) to (12) Ten other Men s players selected in strict numerical order from those who competed in any official Men s event at the current Australian Championships (1) The Women s Singles Champion (2) The Women s Player of the Carnival (3) to (9) seven other Women s players selected in strict numerical order from those who competed in any official Women s event at the current Australian Championships (1) The Masters Singles Champion (2) The Masters Player of the Carnival (3) to (7) five other Masters players selected in strict numerical order from those who competed in any official Masters event at the current Australian Championships Top 6 Under 18 players from the Australian Junior Championships (1st) The Under 18 Singles Champion (2nd) to (5th) in the order as per the stats from the Under 18 singles (6th) shall be the player on most wins (stats) from the team's event day If the player with the most wins from the team's event is already in the first five players selected, it would revert back to the player who finished in position number 6 from the round robin of the singles event Top Three (3) Under 23 players selected in strict numerical order from those who competed in any event at the current Australian Championships 31.5 Four Australian Team Managers shall be appointed by the Executive Committee. One will act for the Men s team, one for the Women s team, one for the Masters/Under23 s and the fourth for the Junior Team Any person found disclosing confidential information on the Australian Team selections would not be eligible to fill that position again, at the discretion of the Australian Committee The appointed Australian Team Manager shall on the same day, forward all copies of correspondence sent to representative players, to that Player State or Territory body.
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