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Sportspark Racketlon - Saturday 15th April 2017

The competition will start at 10:00 and finish by 17:00 (entries depending). There will be a junior event (U16) and an adult event (16+)

Each competitor will be paired with another and play a one set match in the 4 different sports.  The sports are Table Tennis, Badminton, Squash and Tennis. After 1 game of each sports the competition will be played as knockout.

Prices:

Junior Member £5.00

Adult Member £8.00

Non-Member £10.00

The scoring system and an example match can be seen at the bottom of this page.

There will be trophies and prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

To enter please fill out the application form and return to Sportspark with payment or fill out at Sportspark reception and hand to a member of staff.

The scoring system:

After a short knock up, you spin for serve, and then play commences. You get two serves and then serve switches to your opponent for two serves. This switching continues throughout the match. You follow the ITTF rules for Table Tennis with the exception of deciding who serves and play your match. Once a player reaches 11 points, you stop for a brief break and a change of ends. The first player to reach 21 points wins the set and it stops there. In the event of the score being 20-20 then you play on till someone is 2 points clear, but now with only one serve each. The score for the set is written down and you move onto Badminton.

View our Example Scoring Sheet.

For more information please ask at reception or email craig.edwards@uea.ac.uk

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