Results for Cups 2010 Semi Finals

Semi Final matches on 24th July.:

LUTON MATCH 1 (7 teams)
Basildon AC (M)
Blackheath & Bromley (M&W)
Epsom & Ewell Harriers (M&W)
Herne Hill Harriers (M&W)
Stevenage & North Herts AC (M&W)
TVH (M&W)
Woking AC (M&W)
  LUTON MATCH 2 (7 teams)
Bexley AC (M&W)
Colchester Harriers (W)
Harrow (M&W)
Herts Phoenix AC (M&W)
Medway & Maidstone AC (M&W)
Luton AC (M&W)
Rugby & Northampton AC (M&W)
YATE (Nr BRISTOL) (7 teams)
Bristol & West AC (M&W)
Cardiff AAC (M&W)
Exeter Harriers (M&W)
Newport Harriers (M&W)
Severn AC (M)
Swansea Harriers (M&W)
Swindon Harriers (M&W)
  KINGSTON UPON THAMES (8 Teams)
Aldershot (M&W)
Basingstoke & Mid Hants AC (M)
Brighton & Hove City AC (M&W)
City of Portsmouth (M&W)
Crawley (M&W)
Kingston AC & Polytechnic (M&W)
Southampton AC (M&W)
Walton AC (M&W)
BLACKPOOL (6 teams)
Bingley Harriers AC (M&W)
Blackpool, Wyre & Fylde AC (M&W)
Bolton United Harriers (M&W)
City of York AC (M&W)
Glasgow City AC (M)
Pitreavie AAC (W)
  DERBY (8 teams)
Chesterfield & District AC (M&W)
Coventry Godiva Harriers (M&W)
Derby AC (M&W)
Dudley & Stourbridge Harriers AC (M&W)
Lincoln Wellington (M&W)
Shrewsbury AC (M&W)
Tamworth AC (M&W)
Telford AC (M&W)

 

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10 in 100 Cup FAQs

WHAT EVENTS WILL TAKE PLACE?
At each round there will be a 1200 metre medley relay (200m, 200m, 400m, 400m) Below is the finalised table
setting out which 10 events (additional to the medley relay) are to be used in the semi finals:

MEN:
100 metres, 200 metres, 400 Metres, 110 metres Hurdles, 800 metres, 3000 metres
Triple Jump, Pole Vault, Javelin, Hammer Throw

WOMEN:
100 metres, 200 metres, 400 Metres, 100 metres Hurdles, 800 metres, 3000 metres
Triple Jump, Pole Vault, Javelin, Hammer Throw

DATES
Regional Semi Finals: Saturday 24th July 2010
Finals: Saturday 4th September 2010 at Copthall Stadium

TEAMS
An athlete can only compete in a maximum of two events, to include the medley relay. However, we expect each club to field a full complement of athletes.

FIELD EVENTS:
NUMBER OF TRIALS
In the javelin and hammer all competitors shall have a maximum of 4 throws.
In the triple jump all competitors shall have a maximum of 6 jumps. However in the high jump all competitors shall have a maximum of 8 jumps, with a maximum of 3 trials at any one height.
If an athlete has 3 consecutive failures either at the same height or at more than one height, then irrespective of whether they have completed 8 jumps they will be out of the competition.

HOW WILL THE MATCHES BE SCORED?
In each event the winner will get 10 points, 2nd 8, 3rd 6, 4th 5, 5th 4, 6th 3, 7th 2 and 8th 1. There are provisions to deal with ties. For the avoidance of doubt, mens and womens competitions are scored separately.

SEEDING?
There is no seeding in 10 in 100.

HOW ARE THE SEMI-FINALS ORGANISED?
Once the entries are in the Cup Secretary will contact the clubs to confirm where they will be competing and against whom. It is likely that 8 mens and 8 womens teams will be drawn to each of the matches.

WHO GETS THROUGH TO THE CUP FINAL?
In the event that there are 7 semi finals the winners of each semi final and the best second placed club overall, decided by paper match, will progress. In the event that there are 6 semi-finals the winners of each semi final and the best second and third placed clubs overall, decided by paper match, will progress.
WHAT ABOUT THE PLATE COMPETITION?
BAL recognises the importance of the Plate. The Plate competition is only open to those clubs which have neither a team in the BAL or the UKWL. In the event that there are 7 semi finals, the Plate Final will consist of the highest placed eligible team at each semi final and the best second placed club overall, decided by paper match. In the event that there are 6 semi finals it will be the highest placed eligible team at each semi final and the best second and third placed clubs overall, decided by paper match, who will progress

WHAT ABOUT VESTS?
If a club has different colours registered for its men and its women, they must use the colour they have registered for their men for the men’s team and the colour they have registered for the women for the women’s team. A man should not compete in the women’s team colours or vice versa.

WHAT ABOUT HIGHER COMPETITION ATHLETES?
Following the amendment to rule 12.2 at last year’s AGM, any athlete who has competed in the British Athletics League as a HCA is allowed to compete and score for their first claim club in the BAL Cup, but can’t compete for their HCA club in the BAL Cup.

HOW MANY TEAM MANAGERS CAN WE HAVE?
If a club has both a mens and womens team competing, a separate team manager is required for each team. It is up to each club how it organises itself but we will only correspond with one name and on the day there must be one person nominated as “Team Manager” for each team entered.

OFFICIALS
The BAL's Officials Secretary will contact each of the clubs entering with her requirements for officials to be provided at each of the venues. This will almost certainly be necessary for the Semi-Finals, but not the Final.

10 in 100 RULES
These can be found on the BAL website under the resources section

Please send your results or amendments to web@bal.org.uk



Results Files for Download

Blackpool.pdf Derby.pdf Kingston.pdf Luton Match 1 (revised 25 July).pdf Luton Match 2 (revised 25 July).pdf Yate.pdf