Title: Wits University Grand Prix 2011
Location: New Squash Complex, Wits University
- This tournament is part of the Grand Prix series. Points will be awarded to the top 16 men and women in each tournament and accumulated over the series. The Central Gauteng Squash committee will agree upon the order of merit prizes will be awarded to the top man and woman depending on the number of grand prix’s held throughout the year.
- The Open section draws may be limited to 16 players.
- For the Lower League sections there must be a minimum of 8 players to constitute a section. The division of sections may be adjusted to suit the number of entries received.
- The following rules will apply to all sections:
- The tournament will be played using the Swiss Pairing format.
- Matches will be played on Friday evening, Saturday morning and afternoon and Sunday morning and afternoon (depending on the size of draw). Matches will start at 5.00pm on Friday; players unable to play early must notify the tournament convener in the space provided on the entry form.
- Late entries will be accepted solely at the tournament convener’s discretion.
- d. A player withdrawing after the draws have been done will be liable for the entry fee and until paid will not be able to play league or enter any other tournament.
- Prize-winners must attend the Sunday prize giving function or forfeit their prize.
- A player not arriving for a match or withdrawing without good reason (e.g. injury) during the tournament will forfeit all prize money and may be fined and barred from future tournaments (as decided by a Central Gauteng Squash disciplinary committee).
- The Tournament Referee, whose decision on all matters shall be final, will be appointed by Central Gauteng Squash.
- The Wilson Double Yellow Dot ball will be used for all games.
- The tournament organizers reserve the right to increase tournament prize money, prizes and number of sections should an overwhelming number of entries be received.
- All Participants will be required to mark or referee matches directly after their match.
- A guide to the strength of the various sections is:
- Men’s: Women’s:
- Open (1st and reserve league) Open (1st and reserve league)
- B (2nd and 3rd league) B (2nd and lower)
- C (4th to 7th league)
- D (8th and lower)
- Men’s: Women’s:
Start Date: 2011-03-18
End Date: 2011-03-20