(1) Place an (E) beside their name on the scoresheet.
(2) List them in the area for Emergency players at the bottom of the sheet – just above the area for captains’ signatures.
(3) Have the opposition captain sign under the Emergency’s name.
Or: Email the name of the player to the Record Secretary by the night before the match.
In general, the Answer may be No.
It would be necessary to contact the appropriate Record Secretary to discuss whether this would be appropriate. Otherwise the team may lose points for playing a player deemed to have strengthened the graded team.
Note that if you have been an emergency for a team on four or more occasions, you are no longer eligible to play in lower teams.
No!! If in doubt, you should contact the relevant Record Secretary.
After he/she has played as an emergency at any one club on more than 4 occasions in the one season.
You need to inform the Record Secretary before you make a venue change. Once the Record Secretary has approved the change the match may commence. Failure to inform the Record Secretary will incur a fine of $20.00.
Every section must play in the nominated order approved by the BRTA Record Secretary.
No. It does not matter in which combination players are played in the Doubles matches.
Yes. Teams must list players’ christian names and surnames.
Yes. A scoresheet needs to be completed for each finals match.
Yes. A scoresheet is required for EVERY match. Names of all players in both teams must be listed.
The team which receives the forfeit should send in the scoresheet.