The Area Coordinators are responsible for administering the Area
Competitions in accordance with the EIBA National Competition Rules
and as follows:
The draws for all competitions are undertaken by the EIBA
Competition Administrator using computerised random draw selection
and transmitted by post and/or by email to all Area Coordinators.
a) The Area
Coordinator to receive area competition results by telephone, email
or other means within 24 hours of the game together with posted
score cards and to keep a record of all competitors played and check
b) The Area
Coordinator to update the EIBA competition website with results on a
twice weekly or regular basis.
c) The Area
Coordinator to advise competitors (challenger only) of their
opponents by telephone, post or email as soon as the result of the
previous round is known. Competitors with an email address
registered with EIBA will be advised of their next opponent through
the EIBA competition website system.
d) The Area
Coordinator is to arrange Umpires, (or competent person) markers,
venues and dates for the Area Semi Finals (where required) and Area
Finals on a neutral green as near half way as possible between the
two competitors, to be completed by the dates indicated. The Area
Coordinator may be required to arrange Area Play-off games between
two areas on alternate years. The Area Coordinator is not
necessarily required to attend the Area Finals and may delegate this
task to the Umpire on duty. The Area Coordinator to update the EIBA
website with full names of all Area Winners.
e) The Area Coordinator is responsible for
collating results for all club team events eg. Egham Trophy, Denny
Cup, Yetton Trophy, Mason Trophy. Results should be updated on the
EIBA competition website as soon as possible.
Umpires for Area Finals must be arranged through the EBUA Area
Secretary (details can be found in the current EIBA Ltd year book).
Any out of pocket expenses incurred by the Umpire at the Area
Finals, should they wish to be reimbursed, should be referred direct
to the Treasurer of the EBUA.
The Area Coordinator will be required to deal with any disputes
arising from the interpretation of the EIBA National Competition
Rules and adjudicate accordingly. The Area Coordinator may seek the
advice of the Regional Coordinator, EIBA Director of Competitions or
Competitions Administrator if required.
Expenses for stationery, telephone calls and travel (maximum payment
is currently £300) will be paid to each Area Coordinator on
submission of a completed expenses claim form. Receipts are required
for stationery, postage and print cartridges etc. but not for
telephone calls and travel.
If you are interested please contact
Claire Edson, Competitions Administrator -