Handicap cup is based on Point A Rally (PAR) scoring, sometimes called American scoring.

This means a point is scored every rally regardless of who is serving.

Matches are best of 3 games.  Each game is to 15 points.

Where player handicaps are both either + or – the lower ranked player needs to score 15 points to win.

The other player will need to score 15 + the difference in the handicap.

When one player is + and the other is – the target remains 15.

Example 1 : (both negative) Ali is on -20, Bob is on -8, the difference is 12 points in Bob’s favour.

  • Bob needs to score 15 points to win a game while Ali needs to score 27.
  • Best way to score this would be Ali starting on 0, Bob starting on 12, target is 27.

Example 2 : (both positive) Cam is on +2, Don in on +8, the difference is 6 points in Don’s favour.

  • Don needs to score 15 points to win a game while Cam needs to score 21.
  • best way to score this would be Cam starting on 0, Don starting on 6, target is 21.

Example 3 : (one negative and one positive or someone on 0) Eva is on – 5, Flo is on +4, the difference is 9 points in Flo’s favour.

  • 15 is the target so Flo needs only 11 and Eva needs to score 20.
  • Best way to score this would be Eva starting on 0, Flo starts on 9, target is 20.

 

Finals night is June 16th, all finalists need to be available to play that night.

Main cup semi finals will be played May 19th and quarter finals will be on April 28th.

Last 16 matches to be played and reported by April 21st.

 

Last 16
1/4 Final  
Semi Final
Final
Winner
Jason Neil-Dwyer

Richard Chubb

Richard Chubb


Richard Chubb









TBC









Richard Chubb

John Palmer

Scott Rogers

Scott Rogers

Mark Watson

Ian Huskinson

Sam Prince


Ian Huskinson

Sam Prince

Sam Prince

Bye

Andy Brinklow

Mike Plant

Mike Plant


Mike Plant





Mike Plant

Nick Brewin

James Nelson

James Nelson

Glen Prince

Glen Prince

Glen Prince


Ashley Collishaw

Paul Hill

Paul Hill

Ryan Collishaw