|S A Champion, Colin Webster (Old Edwardian Wargames Club) in action.|
In terms of the current regulations, any period may be played to more than one rule set if there are sufficient entries, and a player qualified to act as an umpire has volunteered to umpire such rule set.
The championships shall start on both days at 9H00. Players need to register at least 30 minutes before the start of play.
The following periods have qualified to be played, and shall be, should sufficient entries be received:
17h00 - 20h00
13H00 - 16h00
14H00 – 17H00
14H00 – 15H30
16H00 – 17H30
In keeping with Mind Sport South Africa's policies in regard to development programmes, entries are free and gratis to registered players who are unable to afford to enter such championships should the member club formally request assistance. Such applications must be directed to the MSSA at: e-mail: email@example.com
Please note that if there are not at least 10 players entered for a figure gaming period, then such period shall be played to four (4) rounds and not five (5).
Entry fees are: R60.00 for figure gamers.
Only players who are registered with fully-paid-up members may participate.
Players are reminded that the majority choice of rules as at the closing date for entries shall be used.
Entry fees must be deposited directly into Mind Sports South Africa's account, held at ABSA Bank, account number, 90 4766 7676.
Entries must be lodged on the Google Drive page by the club administrator, and army lists (if applicable) must be e-mailed to the the head of umpiring:
Jessie Joubert at Joubert.firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 20 March 2017.
The next provincial event is: MSSA's Gauteng Provincial School Championships that shall be held on 29 & 30 April 2017.
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