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RVBA Rules Book : RVBA Rules Book 2009
B Failure to Keep Appointment Failure of any player, team or Side to keep an appointment to play will be deemed to be an infringement of the Laws, Rules and Regulations and will be dealt with under Rule 1C unless suitable action has been taken to notify the RVBA with a satisfactory reason. The player, team or Side Manager will be responsible to advise the RVBA and the host Club of their withdrawal. C Trial Ends Trial ends as in Law 18.1 will be completed prior to the appointed time for commencing play, regardless of the period of grace. Rule 4 - SECTIONAL PLAY A Section Winner The winner of a Section will be the contestant with the highest number of points at completion of sectional play. Two points will be allotted for each win, forfeit, walkover or bye and one point for each tie. If two or more contestants in a section have equal highest points the winner will be the one with the greatest margin of net shots. If one or more of these contestants have received a forfeit, walkover or bye they will be credited with a margin of 7 shots in a 15endgame,6shotsina12endgameor5shotsina10 end game (margins for games of other durations will be as determined by the Match Committee) for each unplayed game. The contestants conceding the walkover or forfeit will be debited with a shots margin equal to that credited to their opponent. If points and margin of net shots are equal, the contestants with the highest proportion of 'total 10 Revised October 2009