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COLLAROY CROMER STRIKERS FOOTBALL CLUB INC. Incorporation Number: INC9880528 ABN: 53 942 314 848 PO BOX 5122 WHEELER HEIGHTS NSW 2097 TELEPHONE: 0419 409 462 FAX: (02) 9982 2457 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.ccstrikers.com THE 28TH STRIKERS CUP ENTRY FORM SUNDAY 30 JULY 2006 CLUB NAME: CLUB MAILING ADDRESS: MANAGER’S NAME: EMAIL ADDRESS: PHONE NUMBER: MOBILE NUMBER: STRIP (Shirt/shorts): An entry fee of $132.00 (Incl. GST) per team is payable with this entry form. Only one team per club may register. ALL PLAYERS MUST CURRENTLY BE REGISTERED AND PLAYING IN A CLUB TEAM IN THEIR RELEVANT UNDER 9 COMPETITIONS. No representative teams are permitted to enter. Entries close Friday 30 June 2006 or on receipt of twenty eight (28) entries, whichever occurs first. For further information, please contact Adam Bevan on 0419 409 462 or Wayne McSorley on 0418 432 485 or Nigel Benton on 0411 551 731. Email enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest and good luck! Please make cheque payable to ‘CC Strikers’ and post with entry form to: - Strikers Cup Coordinator Collaroy Cromer Strikers Football Club Inc. PO Box 5122 WHEELER HEIGHTS NSW 2097 Office Use Date received: Cheque Number: Receipt # Issued: COLLAROY CROMER STRIKERS FOOTBALL CLUB INC. THE 28TH STRIKERS CUP - U/9 TEAM REGISTRATION FORM SUNDAY 30 JULY 2006 CLUB NAME: CLUB SECRETARY: PHONE NUMBER: MOBILE: CLUB MAILING ADDRESS: COACH’S NAME: PHONE NUMBER: EMAIL ADDRESS: MOBILE: MANAGER’S NAME: PHONE NUMBER: EMAIL ADDRESS: MOBILE: Registration details and entry fee must be received by Friday 14th July 2006, post to: - Collaroy Cromer Strikers Football Club Inc. PO Box 5122 WHEELER HEIGHTS NSW 2097 or Email to email@example.com or Fax to (02) 9982 2457 Failure to produce proof of age on the day will result in players being unable to participate. A 2006 Association Registration Card, Birth Certificate or Passport is satisfactory. PLEASE PRINT ALL DETAILS – A maximum of fourteen (14) players may be registered. TEAM NAME + DIVISION REGISTERED TO DATE OF PLAYER’S NAME PLAY IN 2006 BIRTH 1. / / 2. / / 3. / / 4. / / 5. / / 6. / / 7. / / 8. / / 9. / / 10. / / 11. / / 12. / / 13. / / 14. / / I hereby certify the above particulars are correct and that the said players are qualified to play according to the Competition Rules. Signed: Position: STRIKERS CUP RULES 2006 1. The Strikers Cup is a club competition not open to representative or composite teams. All players must be registered as Under 9 players with a single club in their district football/soccer association. Each club can nominate a maximum of fourteen (14) players on the official Strikers Cup registration form. 2. The competition will consist of an initial group stage/round robin consisting of seven (7) groups each with four (4) teams. Each team will play three (3) games, with three (3) points for a win, two (2) points each for a score draw, one (1) point each for a scoreless draw and zero (0) points for a loss. The winner of each group will be the team with the most points, and that team will automatically advance to the quarterfinals. If there is no clear winner in a group, the group winner will be determined based on the following, in this order: - (a) the team with the greater goal difference (b) if still equal, the team with the most goals scored (c) if still equal, the team with the greater corner count difference (d) if still equal, the team with the most corners for, and (e) if still equal, decided by names drawn from a hat 3. In addition to the seven (7) group winners, the eighth (8 th) team in the quarter-finals will be the highest ranking runner-up out of all groups, with the best record. “Best record” will be determined by: - (a) the team with the greatest numbers of points accumulated (b) if equal, according to the factors listed at 2 (a) - (e), in the order listed above THE DRAW FOR THE QUARTER AND SEMI FINALS WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE OFFICIAL DESK AFTER COMPLETION OF THE LAST ROUND OF GROUP MATCHES. 4. Quarter and Semi Finals (a) If the score is level at full time, extra time will be played two (2) x five (5) minute halves, during which the “Golden Goal” rule applies - the first team to score a goal will be the winner. (b) If, after extra time, the scores are still level then the game will be decided first on the number of corners in that game and, if still equal, then in 2 (a) - (e) in each proceeding game, until there is a result determined. In the count back of previous games, the winner will be the team to have accumulated the most points in the group stage/round robin, and if still level will be decided by goals and then corners, in the order listed at 2 (a) - (e). In the event of a tied semi-final, goals and corners from the quarter-final in the order listed at 2 (a) - (e) will be taken into account in the count back, prior to goals and corners from the group stage/round robin. 5. Final Fifteen (15) minutes each way with a three (3) minute interval. Goals ONLY will count. If the scores are equal at full time, extra time will be played, two (2) x five (5) minute halves, during which the “Golden Goal” rule applies - the first team to score a goal will be the winner. If still equal after extra time both teams will be declared the joint winners. 6. Full Club uniforms (with individually numbered shirts), including boots and shin pads are to be worn in all games. Every participating club must provide an alternative strip. If a clash of strips/colours does occur, the second named team in the draw must wear the alternate strip. 7. Only the fourteen (14) players nominated at the commencement of the competition will be allowed to participate. Registration cards/proof of age documentation must be presented at registration and/or may be asked for during the competition. 8. If a team cannot field a minimum of seven (7) players at the notified kick off time, they will forfeit the game. Forfeits will be recorded as a 0-3 win to the opponent. 9. All rules and regulations of FIFA will apply unless otherwise directed herein. 10. With the exception of the final, matches will be of twenty four (24) minutes duration, twelve (12) minutes each way, with no half time break. ALL GAMES WILL START ACCORDING TO THE TIMES IN THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. REFEREES TO START PLAY. 11. Time keeping will be according to the referee who will start and stop all games. 12. A size four (4) ball will be used in all games. …/2 -2- STRIKERS CUP RULES 2006 (Con‟t) 13. Goal kicks shall be taken from an imaginary line parallel to the goal line passing through the penalty spot. For infringements by the attacking team occurring in the penalty area, the defending team will take the kick from that imaginary line. 14. Corners shall be taken three (3) metres from the corner flag on the goal line. 15. Games will only be stopped for serious injury, but coaches may enter the field of play at their discretion to remove an injured player for treatment. Any coach entering the field of play for this reason, can not continue „coaching‟ whilst in the field of play. If, in the case of serious injury, substantial game time is lost, this may be replayed at a later time in the competition, e.g. during lunch breaks, if the result of the game will have a bearing on the competition and at the discretion of the Disputes Committee. 16. Unlimited interchange rules will apply. GAMES DO NOT STOP FOR INTERCHANGE. PLAYERS MUST BE SUSTITUTED AT THE HALFWAY LINE AND THE PLAYER MUST BE OFF BEFORE BEING REPLACED. 17. The area behind the goal line bounded by the penalty area is out of bounds to ALL. 18. Disciplinary Sanctions (a) Yellow cards may be issued by referees at their discretion. An accumulation of three (3) yellow cards will result in an automatic one (1) match suspension. (b) Red cards may be issued by referees at their discretion to send players from the field. Sent off players may not be substituted. Players sent off will normally receive an automatic one (1) match suspension. However, severe misconduct or foul play may result in a suspension of more than one (1) game. This will be at the discretion of the Disputes Committee (Nigel Benton, Adam Bevan, Wayne McSorley and Luke Wailes). (c) Appeals against suspension must be made to Disputes Committee at the Official Desk within ten (10) minutes of the completion of the game in which the automatic suspension has been incurred. 19. Coaches and Managers to wear “Officials” identification provided. 20. Game results and scores will be displayed at the Official Desk as soon as they are received from the official scorers or referees. 21. The Disputes Committee, whose decision will be final, will deal with all matters not provided for in these rules. IF ANY DISPUTES ARISE, ONLY THE COACH & MANAGER NAMED ON THE TEAM SHEET WILL BE ALLOWED TO REPRESENT THEIR TEAM. EITHER THE COACH OR MANAGER MUST REPORT ALL DISPUTES TO THE OFFICIAL DESK WITHIN TEN (10) MINUTES OF THE COMPLETION OF THE GAME. 22. The Collaroy Cromer Strikers Football Club requests the winning club return the “Strikers Cup” by Friday 30 March 2007. This is the responsibility of the winning club‟s Secretary. 23. If weather is doubtful on the day, please contact Adam Bevan on 0419 409 462.
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