League & Cup Entry Fee £70 (As agreed with L&RBA fees)
CUP Only Fee is £45
Fine Top Up Deposit £45
All payable by 1st October to LWBL
The home team must provide:-
- a) Two table officials, one of whom must be qualified.
- b) Neither official may play or coach in the game at which they are officiating.
- c) Table equipment, which should include a visual passage of time and a visual score.
Failure to comply with this may result in the game being forfeited.
Pay referees Cash before game
Spectators are the home clubs responsibility and should not be on team bench only registered players & coach
No Full court press when 20 points up
Home team to text the result to 07801 515390 within 48 HOURS of game being played.
Home team to scan and email or Post White copy to Mandy Payne within 7 days of game played. A £5.00 fine if not received, this will be imposed for 2014-15. The game will be forfeit if not received by end of season.
19 Chester Road, Blaby, Leicester, LE8 4HB
Or email: email@example.com
All score sheets should be fully completed, including match number, referees names and date. Failure to do so will result in a £3.00 fine. An Email reminder will be sent and then repeat offenders will be fined.
Each player must be registered with the Basketball England before they can play in any LWBL fixture and they may play for one Leicestershire League Club only in the League, unless given dispensation by the LWBL Committee. Failure to register will result in automatic forfeiture of all games concerned.
Registration cards to be presented before game starts. Registration numbers must appear on score sheets. Each occasion this is not complied with clubs will be fined £3.00. NO CARD NO PLAY This is a BE & LeBOA directive.
All teams must hand in a list of players and registration numbers to the Secretary by 31st October 2015 for CUP entry as well as League. Failure to do so may result in a fine of £10.00 per team. Additional registrations to be notified to the Secretary but will not be able to play in the cup unless received before the first round. Failure to do this may result in forfeiture of any games played after that time and/or a fine of £1.00 per player.
If a fixture is postponed, the home team shall, within 14 days of the original date, offer the away team all the alternative dates. It is the responsibility of the team who is postponing to make sure all parties are informed the game has been postponed, including all referees and John Mumford who does the original appointments. If this has not been adhered to then the team who postponed will be liable for the fees incurred.
The away team shall then select one of these dates within a further 7 days. If clubs cannot agree a date, then the Secretary will mediate and if necessary Impose a date, which will be binding for both teams including any rescheduling of other fixtures. If this procedure is not followed a fine of £5.00 and any expenses incurred by the opposing team will have to be met.
At least eight days notice of postponement or cancellation should normally be given, otherwise the game will be forfeited and the offending team liable to a fine of £5.00 and the team may be liable for the expenses of the fixture and the court fees. However, the committee is aware that this is not always possible so will be lenient and treat each postponement as a special scenario.