Day Eight of Tenpin World Cup competition concludes this Teams section of the Championship at the AGL National High-Performance Centre on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
For all the results – use the link and click on any of the games for all the detail.
Day 8 saw countries confirm their positions at the top of the Teams Ladders to confirm those into the next round.
The Men opened the competition this morning, with two games of match play followed by positional round:
The Male Ladder, and deciding Top 8 Team are:
Our Women had three final matches and competition here was tight, with numerous mathematical possibilities based on wins and loses – after the 14 matches, which did not feature a positional final round.
The Women’s Ladder and Top Four Positions are as follows:
The next round of Teams will be completed with the Men on Sunday and the Women on Wednesday in the following format:
Tomorrow, we return to the Singles Format for the Top 32 and Top 16 Men, Top 16 for the Women, the schedule will play out as follows:
The 14 teams in the men’s division will play 14 matches round robin.
The 8 teams in the women’s division will play 2 rounds of round robin matches.
A total of 14 matches.
Each match will be best of three games.
Points start from scratch.
Points will be allocated on the following basis;
Three Points for a win
Zero for a loss
All matches will be played using the World Cup Baker format.
If there is a tie in any game during the round robin matches a 9th 10th frame roll off will be held to be played by the athlete who bowled the 10th frame in the game, repeated until the tie is broken. The team with the highest ranking, after Round 1, will decide who will bowl first and on which lane the frame will be bowled. If there is still a tie a further 9th 10th frame roll off will be held with the starting team and lanes reversed. This will be repeated until the tie is broken.
The top eight teams in the men’s division at the completion of round two will advance to the quarter finals. The top 4 teams in women’s division will advance to the semi-finals.
If there is tie for position eight (men), or position 4 (women) then a one game roll off will be played repeated until the tie is broken. The team with the highest ranking, after Round 1, will decide who will bowl first and on which lane the game will commence. If there is still a tie a further game will be held with the starting team and lanes reversed. This will be repeated until the tie is broken.
Ties for seeding in the top 8 (men)/ top 4 (women) will be broken by the highest ranked team after qualification.
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