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In order to create more interest in our Club championship I have devised a league system.
The idea is to encourage competition between riders throughout the club rather than just focusing on the outright winners. Thus, everyone can compete within their own division with some hope of success. This league will be in addition to the existing Club Championship rather than instead of. We have been offered sponsorship for the league from the solicitors, Freeth Cartwright, through Julian Middleton who is a partner in the firm.
Freeth Cartwright will present a small trophy and a cash prize for each of the four divisions, 1 to 4. The Premier league winner is almost certain to be the Club Championship winner and therefore will receive that trophy alone.
Scoring & Rules
Members divided into 5 divisions based prior performance
Based upon PB in prior season on Kibworth course. Where no time is available for the prior season, the PB in year before will be used.
Priority will be given to 25m times (because four rounds of Club Champ are 25mTTs) In the event of no 25m time, the 10m PB will be used or failing that a previous year's PB.
New members & members with no qualifying time will be allocated a division based on their first 25 or 10 according to the above table.
The Club score keepers may amend a member's division as they see fit in order to ensure fair play.
The points scored will be exactly the same as awarded in the main championship regardless of division.
There will be no promotion or relegation to the next division other than at the end of the year. The current years table will be based on the previous years PB's rather than on the riders final position in the division.