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Florida Shuffleboard Association, Inc.
SOUTHWEST COAST DISTRICT

 
Most recent up date: 02/14/2018

2017 - 2018 Schedule of Play and Weekly Score Tabulation

Play Date

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Weekly Event #1

Weekly Event #2

Visiting

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

1

SCCGold

6

SCC Blue

6

Piney Point

7

Hawaiian Isles

5

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

2

Hawaiian Isles

5

SCC Blue

7

SCCGold

3

Piney Point

9

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

3

Piney Point

9

SCC Blue

3

Hawaiian Isles

5

SCCGold

7

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

4

SCC Blue

6

Hawaiian Isles

6

Piney Point

6

SCCGold

6

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

5

SCC Blue

5

Piney Point

7

SCCGold

2

Hawaiian Isles

10

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

6

SCCGold

3

Piney Point

9

Hawaiian Isles

5

SCC Blue

7

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

7

SCC Blue

8

SCCGold

4

Hawaiian Isles

5

Piney Point

7

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

8

Piney Point

7

SCCGold

5

SCC Blue

6

Hawaiian Isles

6

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

9

Hawaiian Isles

7

Piney Point

5

SCC Blue

5

SCCGold

7

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

10

Hawaiian Isles

9

SCCGold

3

Piney Point

7

SCC Blue

5

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

11

SCCGold

Hawaiian Isles

SCC Blue

Piney Point

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

12

Piney Point

Hawaiian Isles

SCCGold

SCC Blue

Monday, March 05, 2018

13

 

 

 

 

SCCGold

 

Hawaiian Isles

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

13

SCC Blue

 

Piney Point

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

14

SCC Blue

Hawaiian Isles

Piney Point

SCCGold

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

15

Hawaiian Isles

SCC Blue

SCCGold

Piney Point

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

16

Piney Point

SCC Blue

Hawaiian Isles

SCCGold

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

17

SCCGold

SCC Blue

Piney Point

Hawaiian Isles

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

18

SCC Blue

SCCGold

Hawaiian Isles

Piney Point

Club Scores To Date

Color Key

Date last revised

2/14/2018

SCC Blue

58.0

MATCH Cx BY WEATHER

Piney Point

73.0

 

 

SW District Web Site

www.fsa-southwestdist-shuffleboard.us

Hawaiian Isles

63.0

MATCH PLAYED

SW Dist Webmaster Peter Berg email:

ptrberg7@gmail.com

SCC Gold

46.0

 

 

Season End Awards Ceremoney

10:00 AM

Hawaiian Isles Club Room

Bayshore Travel League Leadership

Chairman

Roger T. Kennicutt

tkennicutt@aol.com

Cell-816-520-6200 Home: 813-260-3221

Team Contact Information

Name

Club/Team

Position

Cell Phone

Email Address

Norm White

Sun City Center

Club President

813-938-1885

normnascar88@gmail.com

Don Cobleigh

SCC Blue

Captain

570-637-3448

dcobleigh@tampabay.rr.com

Rodney Singer

SCC Blue

Co-Captain

813-773-7447

lkmrls86@gmail.com

Arnie Silverglade

SCC Gold

Captain

702-328-3570

arnie1442@verizon.net

Mo Joyal

SCC Gold

Co-Captain

(h) 813-634-1268

Marilyn Spica

Piney Point

Club President

941-722-6978

mgspica@gmail.com

Dave Welsh

Piney Point

Captain

309-648-7431

dwelsh422@hotmail.com

Al Roberts

Piney Point

Co-Captain

845-701-2175

skipjack54@hotmail.com

Leona Brock

Hawaiian Isles

Club President

260-667-4162

leona_tilbury@hotmail.com

Ron Lewandowski

Hawaiian Isles

Captain

586-202-3272

rlnails@ameritech.net

Benny Lopez

Hawaiian Isles

Co-Captain

813-410-4330

bennylopez280@gmail.com

 

BAYSHORE SHUFFLE TRAVEL LEAGUE 2017-2018

RULES OF PLAY – Revised 6/10/17

1. Scoring

a. 3 games per match

b. 1 point per game

c. Home team plays yellow first

d. Game 1 & 2, 75 pts or 16 frames whichever comes first.

e. Game 3, Home Team starts on Yellow, 8 frames then switch Yellow to Black and turn the stick, yellow to black. Play the remaining 8 frames with no score limitation.

f. 2 for speed and set-ups may be conducted, but not required, prior to game 1 and 2. No setups for game 3.

2. Cancellation of Matches due to weather

a. Home team captain shall notify visiting team between 11:30 am and 12:00 pm of inclement weather and that the match is canceled. This captain will contact home team captains of other matches to inform them of the cancelations.

b. In the event that a match is canceled prior to the 1:00 pm start time, all matches are canceled and each team will receive 7 ½ points for the match. If there is a "bye", that team will receive zero points.

3. Match in progress that is halted due to weather

a. Wait thirty (30) minutes, resume game if possible; starting from the last completed half frame. For a completed match scoring is normal, 1 point for each team win.

b. If a match in progress must be canceled, scoring for a completed game is 1 point for each win. Scoring for incomplete games is ½ point per game for each team.

c. Other matches being played not affected by weather will continue playing and score 1 point for each team win.

 

4. Forfeits

a. A forfeit occurs when a team captain or co-captain informs the opposing captain that they don’t have enough players to field four (4) teams. The entire match is NOT forfeited if players are available to play.

b. If an expected player is absent at the 1:15 pm deadline, that player’s team will forfeit the first game of their match but will be allowed to start the 2nd game. However, if said player arrives after any team has commenced its 2nd game that player’s team will forfeit all three games. Each forfeited game equals one (1) point. Normal scoring applies to the remaining teams.

5. Team Matching

a. Team Captains will be required to keep statistics on each individual player on their team in the form of a percentage of games won vs. games played. At the beginning of each match each team Captain will rank each of his doubles teams playing that day as 1, 2, 3 or 4 in descending order of the Team’s YTD average, i.e., add the average of each person on the doubles team that day and the total will determine their ranking for the day of play. [Only 1 Pro may be on each doubles pair] At this point they will draw for courts, equally ranked teams will play one another on the court drawn. Head/Foot decided by each team at their assigned court.

6. Who can Play

a. Each player in the League must be a member in good standing of the club/community for which they are playing.

b. Pros and Armatures may participate however, no two Pro’s may play as partners.

7. End of Year Play-offs

a. In the event of a tie a play-off match of three games will be held. Court to be determined by flip of coin. To be eligible to play in the play-off match the team member must have played in at least four (4) matches during the regular season.

8. Other Rules

Any rule not covered above shall be governed by the By-Laws first and then the rules of the FSLA.

9. Team selection, player rotation and substitution

a. Team Selection (club/parks with two teams) Sometime after the end of the season and before the beginning of the next season the Club/Park shall:

1. Shall create a list of all participating players ranked by their most recent year-end averages, either as individuals or designated pairs (park preference) in descending order.

2. They will then be assigned, to each of their two teams in such a way so that the cumulative average of each team is as close as reasonably possible. The exact distribution will be at the club/park’s desecration, but the consolidated average of each team must be very close. These assignments will be permanent for the entire season.

3. After a club/park completes their initial split to form two equal teams in accordance with section 1 & 2 above they may, but shall not be required to reconstruct their teams at the end of each season using the procedure described above.

b. Player Rotation during match play.

1. All players on a Team, as pairs or individuals will be rotated through the schedule so that every player will be scheduled for approximately the same number of matches. This will be part of the scheduling process for each club/park. The requirement of scheduling all players for approximately the same number of matches during the year also applies to club/parks who only have one team.

c. Rules for Substitution (clubs/parks with two teams)

1. If one member of a pair from a team calls in as Unavailable, one of the players from that Team who was not scheduled to play will fill that persons place.

2. If there are so many people from a team that call in as unavailable that there are no members of that team left to substitute, an unscheduled player from the other Team may substitute.

3. If no one from the other team is available to sub, the Captain may look outside the League for an individual to sub for that match.

 

d. New Players

1, New players will be added to the permanent roster of a Team at the desecration of the Club/Park and the affected Captains.

2. In the case of a club/park with two teams, when a player is added to the permanent roster, they will be added to the team who has the least number of permanent players.

3. New players will not be assigned an average until they have played in three matches. Until that occurrence a new players average shall be assumed to be zero. When they play that average will be used to determine where that team will play, i.e., 1, 2, 3 or 4.

e. Returning Player averages for purposes of calculating their rank during matches.

1. Returning players will be ranked by their last years averages until they have played in three matches after which their new averages will be used for match ranking.

 

 

BYLAWS approved Nov 27, 2017

Article 1 - Officers

The clubs participating in the league shall elect a Chairperson, and a Secretary once each two years in even numbered years. The election shall be conducted at the post season meeting.

Article 2 – Schedule and League Rules

Matches will be played on Wednesday afternoons at 1:00 P.M. unless scheduling changes are necessary to control start and finish dates depending of number of scheduled matches which is anticipated to change from time to time as the number of teams may change. The schedule and Team Rules for each season shall be discussed at the League Leadership, Spring meeting and finalized at the League Fall meeting prior to commencement of play. Approval shall require a majority vote of League Leadership

Article 3 – League Leadership and Voting

The number of Clubs and Teams in the League will be determined by a vote of the League Leadership at a regular or special meeting held in person or via email. Voting members of the League Leadership shall consist of the Club President, Captain and Co-Captain from each team. Except when a club has two or more teams, the additional Captain and Co-Captain will also have a vote.

In all cases where a vote is required, voting may be in person or by email and all matters requiring a vote will require a simple majority of those voting to pass, except a change in the Bylaws which shall require a two-thirds majority of those voting. A quorum shall require that 60% Bayshore Travel League Bylaws, 11/27/2017

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of the voting members be present or represented by proxy or be present by reason of telephone or computer conference call. The Chairperson of the Bayshore Shuffle Travel League shall only vote in the case of a tie. Meetings will be held at the start/end of the season and as required during the season.

Exception for voting at meetings; If a member is absent and has failed to provide proxy instructions the senior member of the Club’s leadership present shall be presumed to have the authority to cast the vote for the club’s missing member. Further in the case of phone or email-votes at other times, if a members fails to vote with-in two weeks of the initial vote request, the senior member of the club leadership shall have the right to cast that vote on behalf of their respective club. Seniority of vote shall be Club Pres or Cllub Rep; Team Captain’s; Team Co-captains.

Article 4 - Disputed Calls

First call from the right, if necessary call from the left and then Home/ Visitor captain if required. The Home captain shall make the third call, other than on his own court (his shot), which is to be called by the Visiting captain.

Article 5 - Violations and penalties

Description, penalties and replays will be in accordance with the official FLORIDA SHUFFLEBOARD RULES AND REGULATIONS. (See the "PREVIEW") Bayshore Travel League Bylaws, 11/27/2017

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Article 6 – Election of Officers

Election shall be held at the last meeting of the season in the even numbered years. New officers will assume their duties at the end of the post season meeting at which they were elected. The newly elected Secretary is responsible for preparing the schedule for the next season.

Article 7 – Trophy/Plaque

The trophy/plaque will be a traveling trophy/plaque and will be awarded to the first(1st) place club at the end of the season . Club dues maybe required in the future to pay for a plaque and the engraving.

Article 8 - Vacancy

If a club drops out of the League before the end of the season is completed, no wins/losses shall be counted for that club. The remaining schedule shall be revised as necessary.

Article 9 - Players

Any player in this League must be a member in good standing of the shuffleboard club for which they are playing.

Certification:

These Bylaws were approved, as modified, at the November 27, 2017 meeting of the Bayshore Shuffle Travel League Leadership.

_____________________________

Roger T. Kennicutt

Chairman

Bayshore Shuffle Travel League