Dress Code 

- Dress pants and shoes, Golf/Polo shirt. (Players who prefer to wear a waistcoat with dress shirt can do so).  T-shirts, shorts and trainers will not be allowed.  There will be no exceptions.


-As these ranking tournaments are meant to qualify players to the Canadian Snooker Championships we will be using IBSF rules, Including the MISS rule.  In the past the MISS rule has been interpreted mostly as a ‘MUST HIT’ rule, however this is not the intent of the rule.  Although a subjective call on the referee’s part we will attempt to make fair calls based on the player’s skill level and the difficulty of the snooker.  If in doubt call the Tournament Director over BEFORE the shot is played and he will make the decision.

Late Arrival

At the appointed match start time a player will be docked 1 frame and another frame 15 minutes later.  (i.e. – 11am it’s 0-1, 11:15am it’s 0-2 and at 11:30am match is over at 0-3).  If a player pre-registered and didn’t show or didn’t call he will still have to pay his $40 at the next tournament.  If he had a bye he will not be awarded the 3 points.  If the player calls ahead his excuse for being late or not coming will be evaluated by the Directors

If a player registers and doesn’t show twice he will be barred for the following 2 tournaments and when he does show he will owe 2 entry fees in addition to that day’s entry.  He will not be allowed to play otherwise.

Membership Fee

-Players will not be allowed to play unless they have paid the $25 annual membership fee.  No exceptions.  Woman and U21 will get free memberships.

Entry Fees

-Normally $40 with the exception of women and U21 which will be $20.  If Provincial Championships are held it will be $50 normally and ½-price for women and U21s.  Members of other snooker organizations will be allowed to play in all provincials (Open and Senior) for the same entry fee but will pay a one-time membership fee of $10.  This will include OSSL members, Sudbury Senior League members and any player who is a member of a senior centre which has a snooker interest.


-All male or female Ontario residents are eligible to play.  This will include those on student visas as long as they realize they cannot represent Canada at the Worlds unless they have a Canadian passport.

 Point System

 -A Player will be awarded one point for participating, then one point for each frame won. Our rating system will award the top players into the Canadian Snooker Championships. 








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