2013 Ladder Rules

Mini/Midi, U12 &  U14 Ladder Rules

You should post the results of any ladder challenges and internal competitions – for example the Junior Championships.

Also post the results of any matches between Monkstown juniors in external competitions for example Matchplays and Junior Opens.

Results of matches:

Juniors must put their results along with details of

i) the type of match and
ii) the date of the match

in the green results box within 4 weeks of playing.

1 – 5 may challenge 2 places ahead
6 – 20 may challenge 6 places ahead
20 + may challenge 10 places ahead

All matches on midi/mini ladder are first to 9 games

Matches on other ladders may be first to 9 games

or

Best of 3 sets with the third set being a championship Tie break

If a player defeats the higher placed player then the challenger takes that position on the ladder and the defeated player moves down one place.

 

U18 Ladder Rules

These ladders are not based on age or national ranking. This means

that juniors of all ages can now challenge each other.

You should post the results of any ladder challenges and internal competitions for example the Junior Championships.

You should also post the results of any matches between Monkstown juniors in external competitions for example Matchplays and Junior Opens.

Results of matches:

Juniors must put their results along with details of

i) the type of match and  
ii) the date of the match  

in the green results box beside the Junior Noticeboard within 4 weeks of playing.

1-10 may challenge 3 places ahead  
11-20 may challenge 5 places ahead  
20+ may challenge 10 places ahead  

Matches are best of 3 sets with the third set being a Championship Tie Break.

If a player defeats the higher placed player then the challenger takes that position on the ladder and the defeated player moves down one place.

If you have a difficulty arranging a match – contact Stephen.

Monkstown League Teams will be selected from these Ladders

Details of the ladders are displayed on the Junior Notice Board