Junior Squash Nationals Kolkata 2006 entry form

JUNIOR NATIONAL SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIPS 2006, 25th – 28th October 2006, Kolkata.
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ENTRY FORM (Click to open the PDF version of the form )
(Entries close on 3rd October 2006 at 12noon)
Name : ______________________________________________________
(Please write in BLOCK letters)
Address ______________________________________________________
Tel. No.____________________________ State : __________________
Date of Birth :________________ E-mail __________________________
I wish to enter the following age category : (Please tick only one)
Age Group Girls Boys
Under 19 years
Under 17 years
Under 15 years
Under 13 years
Under 11 years
I confirm that I shall pay the entry fee of Rs.100/- to The Calcutta Racket Club before the start of the championship. I hereby declare that I am a member of ______________________________________club / association and also I agree to abide by the rules of the championship and the code of conduct.
Date : _____________ Signature :_____________________
Entries must be sent to the Squash Rackets Federation of India only through the state associations who are affiliated to the Federation. No direct individual entries will be accepted. States who are not affiliated to the SRFI but have Associate members under section 9 (b) of the Constitution viz. Clubs, Schools, Colleges, or other organizations not specified can send entries directly to the Federation. Entries must be directly sent to :
THE SQUASH RACKETS FEDERATION OF INDIA
Dhun Building, 3rd Floor, North Wing,
827, Anna Salai, Chennai – 600 002.
Fax : (044) 28520717 E-mail : finance@md2.vsnl.net.in

RULES AND CONDITIONS OF PLAY
1. The SRFI rules shall apply unless otherwise stated. Players should note the code of conduct and abide by its regulations.
2. A player can enter in only one age category.
3. A minimum of 8 entries is required to conduct the tournament in any category. In case of inadequate entries in any category, the entries shall
be considered for the next age category.
4. Players must be under the age category as on 28th October 2006. All players are requested to carry documentary proof of age (Passport or
Birth Certificate). In the event of any doubt, the SRFI Observer has the right to order a medical test on the player.
5. Only Indian citizens holding valid Indian Passport / Indians as defined under section (1) of Indian Citizenship Act 1955 (unless he/she is under
16 years of age) can participate in the national squash championship.
6. Disciplinary action may be taken against players who without valid reason give a walkover or do not turn up for the event.
7. All matches shall be best of 5 games with a 9 point per game standard scoring system.
8. Copies of the draws and each day’s match schedule shall be posted on the notice boards.
9. Players are required to report to the tournament office at least 20 minutes before the scheduled time of their match. Failure to do so may result in
a walk over.
10. The tournament committee shall arrange referees for the matches. However players may be requested to referee matches and if so requested, are obliged to do so. The organisers will provide squash balls for the matches.
11. Players must wear shoes with non-marking soles and the use of eye protection is mandatory.
12. Players should make themselves available to meet reasonable requests for interviews by the media with the concurrence of the SRFI. However,
players should not air their opinions on controversial issues or make any derogatory remarks about participants, officials, referees or any related
parties.
13. Severe disciplinary action will be taken against players who abuse (verbal or gesture) referees/officials on or off court throughout the duration of the championship – This may include suspension from participation in SRFI sanctioned events.
14. Accommodation will not be provided. TA/DA as per Govt. of India regulations will be given to each participant.
15. In the event of disputes, the decision of the SRFI observer shall be final and binding.
16. Entries must be sent to the Squash Rackets Federation of India only through the affiliated state associations of the Federation. No direct individual entries will be accepted. States who are not affiliated to the SRFI but have Associate members under section 9 (b) of the Constitution
viz. Clubs, Schools, Colleges, or other organizations not specified can send entries directly to the Federation.

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About Cyrus Poncha
I was born and lived in Bombay before moving to Chennai in 2001 to coach the Indian national squash team....what a journey its been!!

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