Colour competition

What is the Colour Competition?

Every year BC Iduna's Technical Committee organises an internal competition for recreational players. This is meant for everyone who likes to play some 'serious', but most of all enjoyable matches. It doesn't matter whether you have been playing for just a few weeks or have been a member for years. Experienced and less experienced players are divided as evenly as possible among the teams.

Each team is assigned a colour. With your team you play a match against another team once every three weeks. Your team plays eight matches in one evening: two mixed doubles, one men's double, one women's double, two men's singles and two women's singles.

The matches are played on Wednesday evenings from October to January. At the end there is a big final evening with all the teams.

Entry fee is ‚ā¨5,- per participant.

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Teams Colour Competition 2021-2022

Team Blue

Koen

Gunther

Cas

Ilana

Frederique

Team Yellow

Rogier

Han

Floor

Wen

Anouk

Marit

Team Green

Stefan

Gertjan

Saurabh

Marije

Felicia

Team Orange

Shawn

Maarten

Jan Sybren

Nelleke

Liza

Kimia

Team Purple

Team Paars doet dit jaar niet mee

Team Red

Peter

Luc

Suzanne

Anja

Mark

Sira

Eindstand

TeamGamesCompetition
Points
Game
Points
SetsTotal
Points
RCTorangeBG4823481356
RCTgreenBG4623481324
RCTredBG4415341261
RCTyellowBG4211271152
RCTblueBG408211081
RCTpurpleBG-----

Schedule

MatchDateHomeAwayResult
122-09-2021BlueYellow3 - 5
229-09-2021GreenOrange3 - 5
306-10-2021BlueRed3 - 5
413-10-2021YellowGreen1 - 7
527-10-2021OrangeRed6 - 2
703-11-2021BlueGreen0 - 8
810-11-2021YellowOrange1 - 7
917-11-2021GreenRed5 - 3
1024-11-2021BlueOrange2 - 6
1119-01-2022YellowRed3 - 5
Finale avond31-01-2002All teams
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 Information

Matches

Teams play 8 games against each other on an evening:
2x Mixed Double
1x Women's Double
1x Men's Double
2x Women's Single
2x Men's Single

Formation

The team captain of the first named team in the schedule makes the line-up for his/her team for that evening and fills it in on the match sheet. The team captain of the team mentioned second in the schedule completes the sheet with his/her line-up. The aim of course is to have matches of equal value rather than to gain points.

Points

Each game will be played according to the best-of-three principle. A match is won with 1 point. Each evening there are 8 match points to be won. The team that wins the most match points on an evening earns 2 league points. The team with the fewest match points unfortunately does not receive any league points. If the evening ends in a 4-4 draw, both teams will earn 1 league point.

Standings

After each round (3 match nights) the standings will be updated. After the last round, the final ranking of the regular league will be known. The order in the standings is determined by successively:

  1. The number of competition points
  2. The number of match points
  3. The number of sets won
  4. The number of points made

On the final night, all teams will play against each other for the coveted cup.

Tasks of the team leader

Prior to the matches

  • Ensuring that a complete team appears on the court.

During the match night

  • Making the line-up for the evening of his/her team and filling it in on the match sheet. These game forms are on the notice board
  • Entering the scores per match on the same competition form
  • Putting the competition forms back on the notice board and forwarding the results to the competition organisation via WhatsApp.

Furthermore

  • The management of the team's shuttles. Each team will be given 6 shuttles before the start of its first round of play.