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South Carolina Fun Family Doubles Tournament ( Women / Men )

South Carolina Official Table Tennis State Championships ( Women / Men )

SC State Official Seniors (age 50+) Table Tennis Championships (Women / Men )

SC State Official Schools Table Tennis Championships (Girls / Boys )

Hosted by Hanahan TableTennis Training Center (HTTTC)  on Sunday August 24 , 2014

City of Hanahan Gym (next to City Municipal Complex), 1255 Yeamans Hall Road, Hanahan, SC-29410 (Off Remount Road Exit 211-B off  I-26)

 

Directions to gym are at HTTTC website :-      http://ttHanahan.com  (Click on detailed webpage link at bottom of webpage on left)

 

If you are new to the sport of table tennis , you can get lot more information at the following web pages of HTTTC’s website

 

http://ttHanahan.com                          http://4ctt.com/htt/index.htm

 

http://4ctt.com/htt/gall.htm              http://4ctt.com/htt/league-results.htm

 

 

Confirmed entries :-  Breaking news :- Saturday  August 23 2014-08-23

SC State Table Tennis Championships :- Some top dogs to be action

We have tons of obscenely under-rated and dangerous players to be in action possibly leading up to some spectacular duels and seemingly so but not really upsets  in Open singles as well as Over 50 singles and even open doubles & Family singles.. A powerful local contingent led by Joseph Drolet ( medium-pips / long-pips power player with  rating of 1909 but has been over 2000), Lee Barbour (close to 1900 & climbing rapidly ) , Kaz Murakami (1763 but the most dangerous long pips / inverted penholder dark horse,  most definitely the leader to take the over 50 title or even the open title)   Dreyfuss (from Greenville:  1800 + with some wins over 2000 players and a age 50 challenger) .  A solid doubles team of Lee Barbour & Joseph Drolet may take the doubles. Tall two winged looper Charlie Hussey under-rated at 1662 is a dangerous .dark horse . California transplant Steve Garritano again underrated at 1700 + is another players that can take anyone out with his Seemiller grip. Serve & loop brothers Irvin & Guenther Martin  (around 1700+) are a strong threats to sweep singles , doubles and family doubles. MUSC scientist & professor Dr. Shikhar Mehrotra  (what is new again....crazy underrated at 1586) has beaten most of these players lately in practice with his overpowering forehand loop-kills.  Another  MUSC professor right off-the bounce penholder Dr. Zhayon Ling maybe underrated at 1600 and may be shocker in over 50 and so is versatile off table and at the table Paul Rattenbury of HTTTC, greatly improved of late .  Mark Lewis,  a Seemiller grip player is greatly improved and so is Kevin Spaeth , Mark Perry, Jon Perry, Robert Wilson, Sam Gerbach, Akhil & Vineel PrathipatiSuren Bandi all of them ridiculously underrated explosive though erratic two wing loopers.  Tall two wing looper Matt Brown  (Need I say again,  underrated at a joke 1200 or so I believe) is another greatly improved player to be in action .There may other players like Neil Weithrob,  dedicated table-tennis freaks like Lenzie Crosby, Gordon Perry , Ron Hill  etc are ever so dangerous & again underrated in the over 50 division,  as is Mark Lewis again , almost all of them with deadly legal long-pips / mdium-pips players other than frictionless.  And last but not definitely the least, Willie Williams the lone long range long pips chop defender may have a few surprises up his sleeve.  Looks like anybody's game and few upsets and angry exits are guaranteed

Unlike usual training days , both  rear doors will be locked.

Most likely the side door will also be locked. The only entrance will be from front door’

Please do not knock on any back or side doors as play may be in progress and there is no entrance

from back or side. If you come late the parking lot may be full and observe Hanahan city traffic rules (both parking and moving)

 

 

Eligibility :-    1. Player must have proof of full-time residency in South Carolina (driver’s license) or

                                     2. Military folks stationed in SC (regardless of where from) and their children or

                                     3. full-time student in a SC college or school

            USATT membership is NOT required to play in this tournament .

 

 Each event now is male / female combined.    3 singles & 3 doubles events

 Note the interesting family doubles (event 09)  that players asked for & other fun doubles

 

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Event 09  //////////////////// Family  doubles /////////////////////////////////

Note : The 2 color rule of 1983 & Durban Aspect Ratio Rule of 1998 not enforced for rackets in this event

This does NOT mean pips are NOT allowed but means more types of pips will indeed be allowed. See details at bottom

 

Starts at noon                    Event  09 >   Doubles :-  Each team can be a combination as follows

                                                                  1.   (One parent or grandparent) with one child     or

                                                                  2.    Siblings ( Brother / Sister  or Brother / Brother or Sister / Sister  )   or

                                                                  3.   Spouses  ( wife / husband )   or

                                                                  4.    One player is 50 or over and other player is 20 or under (two players do not have to be related)   or

                                                                  5. Any combination of first relatives (first cousins,  aunt / nephew, uncle /niece  uncle / nephew   great-aunt / nephew etc etc )

 

Entry Fee:-   $20 per team (or $10 per player . Each of you will also receive a $5 discount in fees in Boys or Girls singles See above)

Prize Money for  event 09:-      : 1st Place  50% of Event 08 Fee Intake    2nd   30%  of fee intake     3rd   15% of fee intake

Event  09  Format :-    Single elimination if more than 7 teams entered ,  may be double-elimination, if  4 to 7 teams entered or round-robin if 3 teams or less entered

As more players than not are likely to be unhappy with the draws and groupings no matter what , ABSOLUTELY no refunds once groupings & draws are made

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/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Event 01   ///////////////////////////////////////Singles//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Note : The 2 color rule of 1983 & Durban Aspect Ratio Rule of 1998 not enforced for events 1 thru 5 below. See details at bottom

Starts at 1 PM or later            Event  01 >   Championship Singles  :-  South Carolina State Championship :-  Open to all and any eligible SC resident any age male or female.  

                                              Entry Fee :  See bottom of page for events entered & total fee calculations

Prize Money for  event 01:-     1st  Prize  At least  $200 or 35%  Event 01 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to $263 or more if event is full / overflows )  

                                              2nd Prize  At least  $100 or 20%  Event 01 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to $150 or more if event is full / overflows)

                                              3rd Prize  At least  $60   or 10%  Event 01 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to      $75 or more if event is full / overflows)            

Event  01  Format :-    Round-robin groups of 5 followed by 12 player (2 from each group)  Single Elimination .

In case of excessive entries top 4/6/8 or so  may also be seeded directly into final SE to accommodate all as well as boost the prize pot even higher

As more players than not are likely to be unhappy with the draws and groupings no matter what , ABSOLUTELY no refunds once groupings & draws are made

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Event 03   ////////////////////////////Singles ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Note : The 2 color rule of 1983 & Durban Aspect Ratio Rule of 1998 not enforced for rackets in events 1 thru 5 below.

This does NOT mean pips are NOT allowed but means more types of pips will indeed be allowed. See details at bottom

Starts at  10 AM  or later            Event  03 >   Senior  Singles:-  Restricted to  SC Men or Women age 50 & over (age as of August 24 , 2014)  Entry Fee : $20  

                                              Entry Fee :  See bottom of page for events entered & total fee calculations

 

Prize Money for  event 03:-     1st  Prize  At least  $120 or 35%  Event 03 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to $210 or more if event is full / overflows)   

                                              2nd Prize  At least  $100 or 20%  Event 03 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to $120 or more if event is full / overflows)   

                                              3rd Prize  At least      $60   or 10%  Event 03 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to    $60 or more if event is full / overflows)   

Event  03 Format :-    [Round-robin groups of 5 followed by 12 player (2 from each group)  Single Elimination.]   Or  [may be double elimination if delayed]

In case of excessive entries top 4/6/8 or so  may also be seeded directly into final SE to accommodate all as well as boost the prize pot even higher

As more players than not are likely to be unhappy with the draws and groupings no matter what , ABSOLUTELY no refunds once groupings & draws are made

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Event 05   //////////////////////////////Doubles///////////////////////////////////////////

Note : The 2 color rule of 1983 & Durban Aspect Ratio Rule of 1998 not enforced for rackets in events 1 thru 5 below.

This does NOT mean pips are NOT allowed but means more types of pips will indeed be allowed. See details at bottom

Starts at 4.00 PM or later         Event 05 >    Doubles  :-  Any combination of 2 players (male/male or male /female)  eligible for any other event listed here.

                                              Entry Fee :  See bottom of page for events entered & total fee calculations

Prize Money for  event 05:-      : 1st Place  40% of Event 05 Fee Intake     2nd   30%  of fee intake     3rd   15% of fee intake

Event  05 Format :-    Single elimination if more than 7 teams entered ,  may be double-elimination, if 4 to 7 teams entered or round-robin if 3 teams or less entered

As more players than not are likely to be unhappy with the draws and groupings no matter what , ABSOLUTELY no refunds once groupings & draws are made

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Event 06  ////////////////////////////Singles //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Note :- Only rackets with smooth (also known as pips-in or inverted) spinny rubbers allowed in school events 6, 7 & 8.

 No pips out rackets of any type or anti-spin rackets allowed in events 6.7 and 8 (this is somewhat but not entirely  the opposite of events 1 thru 5  . See details at bottom

Starts at 8.00 AM                     Event  06 >   School  Boys & Girls  Singles:-  Restricted to Full-Time SC School boys & girls Age 20 or less  

                                              Entry Fee :  See bottom of page for events entered & total fee calculations

Prize Money for  event 06:-     1st  Prize  At least  $75 or 35%  Event 06 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to $105 or more if event is full / overflows)   

                                              2nd Prize  At least  $50 or 20%  Event 06 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to $60 or more if event is full / overflows)   

                                              3rd Prize  At least   $25  or 10%  Event 06 total entry fee intake (whichever is higher , comes to $30 or more if event is full / overflows)   

Event  06 Format :-    Double-elimination  (each player has to lose twice before being out of the event …..winners progress thru a single-elimination Winners bracket

                            Losers progress thru a Losers Bracket. Winner of both brackets meet in finals and winner of losers bracket must win twice to win the event)

As more players than not are likely to be unhappy with the draws and groupings no matter what , ABSOLUTELY no refunds once groupings & draws are made

 

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Event 08  /////////////////////  Doubles  //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Note :- Only rackets with smooth (also known as pips-in or inverted) spinny rubbers allowed in school events 6 & 8.

 No pips out rackets of any type or anti-spin rackets allowed in events 6.7 and 8 (this is somewhat but not entirely  the opposite of events 1 thru 5  . See details at bottom

Starts at 8.00 AM                     Event  08 >   School  Doubles :- Any combination of SC school boy / girl  ( 2 boys or 2 girls or one girl / one boy)

                                              Entry Fee :  See bottom of page for events entered & total fee calculations

Prize Money for  event 08:-      : 1st Place  50% of Event 08 Fee Intake    2nd   30%  of fee intake     3rd   15% of fee intake

Event  08  Format :-    Single elimination if more than 7 teams entered ,  may be double-elimination, if  4 to 7 teams entered or round-robin if 3 teams or less entered

As more players than not are likely to be unhappy with the draws and groupings no matter what , ABSOLUTELY no refunds once groupings & draws are made

 

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30 player (Approximate) limit for each singles event.   16 team limit for doubles events .

 

 

Entry Deadline :-   Though our goal is to accommodate everyone, entries may end once event limit is reached or based on order of your date of confirmed entry ,

may be required to play thru initial qualifier rounds on prior Wednesday (20th)  , Thursday (21st) or Saturday (23rd) at HTTTC.  So please enter early

As of  August 6,  Events  01 , 03 and  05  are already filling up fast with local confirmed entries.

So please mail in your entries as early as possible if you are coming from out town

& dream of becoming the Official South Carolina  State Champion.

 

There is an additional $10 late fee for walk-in entries on the  day of the tournament even if events are not full,

as we already have enough entries as of August 06 to sustain the tournament. So please enter early by mail.

 

HTTTC reserves the right to delay, cancel, combine or modify any events for lack of entries or for any other reason. 

Happy problem of excessive school (or women) entries takes absolute priority & HTTTC reserves right to delay other events accordingly

No prize money splitting. All matches must be played to collect prizes.  Defaulters may not advance out of round-robins despite qualifying.

Defaulters in one event may not receive prizes in that or all other events

                           

Air-Conditioned Gym.  7 competition tables plus 2 warmup tables . Individually barriered courts.  Non-slip floors. High Ceilings.  3-Star 40mm DHS Balls.

Free parking for gym (Verify street parking) .  Shopping, restaurants, stores nearby within a block or two

Concession stand with food & soft drinks maybe available as well at the gym

 

Rules & Related information :-     All USATT rules apply except for the following modifications ( to ensure a fair & level  playing field for all playing styles )

 (Please make a thorough technical & tactical analysis of the history & evolution of the sport of table-tennis before jumping to wild conclusions about the dire need for these rule modifications) :-

1.  Two color rule of 1983 will NOT be enforced for any event :-  Players are free to use any color combination of rubber colors (on the racket) such as red / red or black / black or  green / green  or red / blue or red / black etc etc

2.    Durban Aspect Ratio Regulation of 1998 will NOT be enforced for events 1 thru 5 :- Players are free to use pips-out long-pips rubbers of any available aspect Ratio but limited by item 3 below .

                    Old rubbers such as Feint Long Classic & Juic Leggy Classic etc are allowed . Aspect Ratio limit of 1.1 for pips will not be enforced. Aspect Ratio is defined as pip length divided by pip diameter

                   Long pips out rubbers with Aspect Ratio as high as 2.2 and still meeting restriction 3 below can be purchased on line at places like Click links >   eBay  or ttnpp.com           

3.Hardbat / Sandpaper :- Sandpaper rackets are illegal per USATT / ITTF & are NOT allowed in any event . Old type pips-out no sponge rackets known as hardbat or hardrubber rackets are allowed for events 01 thru 05 and they can be any color combination

                                                    Both hardbat and sandpaper rackets are NOT allowed for events 06, 07 & 08. 

4. (however) Frictionless pips ban of 2008 will be enforced as usual for events 1 thru 5:-  To prevent use of any rubber known to  randomize  ball  flight paths by deliberate product design , this rule will be enforced in all events

5. Ratings :-  There is no $7 USATT rating fee & your ratings will not be submitted to USATT for processing  &  USATT membership is not required to play in this tournament

6. For schools Events 6, 7 & 8 only :-  Only rackets with smooth spinny inverted rubber (also known as pips in or pimples in) are allowed. No pips out rubbers of any type (short, medium or long) will be allowed. Old type rackets with pips out and no sponge, known as hardbat or hardrubber  are NOT allowed. No sand paper rackets allowed.No anti-spin rubbers allowed . No rackets  with  dead rubbers like 20 years old are allowed.  ITTF or USATT or other affiliates  such JTTAA or CTTA  logo must be present.  Recommended brands are such as Butterfly, Stiga, Yasaka, DHS, RITC, Killerspin, Stag, Armstrong, Tibhar, Joola, You will NOT get the benefit of the doubt. & you will need to use a racket we provide if we find your racket dead or with pips (not recommended since you need to train days before you come)  You can check ITTF approved list at  (Click here)   (only “in” type rubbers allowed for events 6,7 & 8 , not  “long”,” out” or “anti”) .

7. Service Rule Enforcement :- This can be an annoying issue in any tournament. So please try to follow the USATT Service Rules as much as possible.  (i)  The ball must be tossed from the middle of your palm and not your fingers (ii) The fingers can only slightly cup the ball just enough to prevent the all from slipping out of the hand and not cupped completely so the ball is not visible (iii) The ball must always be behind the endline during the entire service and not just the start of service (iv) The ball must be tossed up at least 6 inches (that is the minimum limit not the maximum…you can toss the ball as high as you  like). 6 inches is the height of the net…..but please play it safe and learn to toss the ball at least a feet or two, as there is no way of measuring if you tossed only EXACTLY 5 inches (illegal) or 7 inches (legal) ……….the rule is always interpreted  (2.6.06 below) to mean that the server does NOT get the benefit of the doubt in such close calls on accuracy (v)  The ball must be tossed near vertically (about 10 degree tolerance) not sideways (vi) The ball cannot be contacted when it is rising. You can contact it only after it reached its apex and starts dropping. Some players will strike it as soon as it is tossed or even worse rub the ball to the bat to create lots of spin and it is VERY illegal (vii) The ball  (but not the racket , which can be hidden) must be always visible to receiver and not hidden during the course of service    (viii) The ball must always be above the level of the table during the ENTIRE course of the service. (ix) The umpire may warn (but is not REQUIRED) the first offense.  Umpire is also not required to warn the first offense of different service error type and can award a point to receiver right away.

 

Below are service rules from ITTF handbook  that defines above details in (confusing) legalese

 

2.06

THE SERVICE

2.06.01

Service shall start with the ball resting freely on the open palm of the server's stationary free hand.  

2.06.02

The server shall then project the ball near vertically upwards, without imparting spin, so that it rises at least 16cm after leaving the palm of the free hand and then falls without touching anything before being struck.

2.06.03

As the ball is falling the server shall strike it so that it touches first his or her court and then, after passing over or around the net assembly, touches directly the receiver's court; in doubles, the ball shall touch successively the right half court of server and receiver.

2.06.04

From the start of service until it is struck, the ball shall be above the level of the playing surface and behind the server's end line, and it shall not be hidden from the receiver by the server or his or her doubles partner or by anything they wear or carry.

2.06.05

As soon as the ball has been projected, the server’s free arm and hand shall be removed from the space between the ball and the net.
The space between the ball and the net is defined by the ball, the net and its indefinite upward extension.

2.06.06

It is the responsibility of the player to serve so that the umpire or the assistant umpire can be satisfied that he or she complies with the requirements of the Laws, and either may decide that a service is incorrect.

2.06.06.01

If either the umpire or the assistant umpire is not sure about the legality of a service he or she may, on the first occasion in a match, interrupt play and warn the server; but any subsequent service by that player or his or her doubles partner which is not clearly legal shall be considered incorrect.

2.06.07

Exceptionally, the umpire may relax the requirements for a correct service where he or she is satisfied that compliance is prevented by physical disability.

 

8.  Service Return :- Some players play a service or attempt to  and miss it and then claim they were not ready.  If you are not ready raise your hand and ABSOLUTELY do NOT make ANY attempt to play the ball. If only even slightly attempt to return a service when not fully ready and miss , you lose the point. You cannot both attempt a return and also claim not ready. See ITTF rule below on this issue.

2.09.01.02  Let :-  if the service is delivered when the receiving player or pair is not ready, provided that neither the receiver nor his or her partner attempts to strike the ball; 

 

9.  A player’s racket is their sacred proprietary design domain and opponents do NOT have the right to inspect opponent’s rackets but may ask the umpire or tournament official to inspect the racket on their behalf but just to verify legality & acceptance only on their behalf (However the umpire or tournament official is prohibited from  providing any information at all about your racket to your opponent & vice-versa). No player has the right to demand an opponent to show their racket(s) or demand verbal description of opponents’ rackets ( Your opponent is also free to lie to you and provide deliberately misleading information if you ask them……. since you are prevented from asking in the first place, as long they are truthful to the umpire ONLY) .  You are under no obligation to show your racket to your opponent and you also have the right to prevent your opponent from inspecting or examining or touching your racket while the umpire (or tournament official) is examining your racket.  Even if your opponent allows you to visually examine their racket , you still need additional explicit permission for such rude disrespectful antics such as for rubbing or bouncing the ball against it or for touching the racket to feel the smooth surface or bend the pips etc etc.  This modification to ITTF rules has to be enforced because ITTF has continued to terrorize pips players using simple visual inspection while allowing illegal regluing & boosting virtually unchecked only using minimal joke chemical inspections at higher levels & virtually no chemical inspections at lower levels of tournament play

 

9.  ITTF rules only state the maximum allowed warmup time of two minutes but there is no minimum. Therefore your opponent is under no obligation to warm up with you per ITTF rules. Even if they do warmup with you, they have no obligation to train you (to beat them) about their rackets & therefore  they may choose to warmup with only one side of the racket as they choose or  can even use entirely two different rackets one for warmup playing with one hand & racket-grip-type and another racket for the actual match with another hand & grip-type.

 

Please keep all your personal items with you at all times during matches under the match table and do NOT leave any

Items on the bleachers or elsewhere unattended in the gym.  HTTTC is NOT responsible if items are lost or stolen.

 

Each player (or team) is allowed one one-minute time-out for entire match.  Players are allowed 2 minutes break between games.

But only the 2 players or 2 teams playing the match (and the umpire and or scorekeeper, if any) are allowed inside the playing area inside of barriers.

All others (including coaches or other players in the same-round-robin grouping  or friends / relatives of players etc) must stay outside barriers  AT ALL TIMES.  

 

 

Local entries in Charleston area can be made by dropping by at HTTTC in person

Goto website http://ttHanahan.com  for the center hours. Sorry no email or phone or online entries

Out of town entries are accepted by US Postal Mail ONLY. 

Mail your information & proper fees to address below.

You will be notified by email of receipt and acceptance status of entry

 

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Tournament  Waiver :-   By submitting entry&  fee , you  agree to comply with all tournament regulations & accept full responsibility for my participation & relieve all sponsors & all tournament officials

& City of Hanahan of any liabilities for injury to self  or your property. You agree to abide by all decisions of the tournament officials. All fields below must be completed

 

Full Name :-                                                                           

 

 Your  Email :-                                                   

 

 Cell Phone:-

 

Mailing Address :-

 

Circle Events entered :-            01      02      03    04      05        06         07          08               

 

Doubles Partner’s Names (if  known) :-                                                                  

You may choose to wait to find a partner until day of tournament for Event 05  doubles but it is recommended you already find one well in advance for event 08 (school mixed doubles) because of possibly smaller pool of entries

                                   

Entries with no or incorrect  payment will be rejected  and  you will be notified by email of receipt and acceptance status of entry

 

Absolutely do not MAIL cash.  Only checks or money order,  made payable to     S.Janardhanan  (Mark “For HTTTC” in Notes section)

 

Mail to :-     S. J.  , P.O. Box 40081 , Charleston SC -29423            

 

 No refunds after August 23rd  unless event is cancelled

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Events Entered & Fee Calculations (All fees are per Player)

 

Event 06 = School Singles      Starts  8 AM

Event 08 = School Doubles           Starts  8 AM

Event 03 =Age 50+ Singles     Starts 10 AM or later        

Event 09 = Family Doubles   Starts at noon or later

Event 01 =Championship Singles    Starts 1 PM or later

Event 05 = Championship Doubles     Starts 4 PM or later

Players not registered and paid up 30 minutes before start time in any event cannot be included in the event

 

Regular  Adult Players  ( Age over 20 and Age Under 50)  (All fees are per Player)

Event 01 Championship Singles  Only  = $25

Championship Singles + One  doubles (Events 05 or 09)  =  $30

Championship Singles + Both eligible doubles (Events 05 and 09)  =  $ 35

 

Age 50 + Players Only (All fees are per Player)

Event 01 Championship Singles  Only =  $20

Event 03   Age 50+ Singles Only=  $20

Championship Singles + Age 50 Singles  = $40

Age 50 Singles + one doubles  (Events 05 or 09) = $25

Age 50 Singles + Both eligible doubles  (Events 05 and 09) = $30

Championship Singles + Age 50 Singles + One Doubles (Events 05 or 09) = $45

Championship Singles + Age 50 Singles + All Two eligible Doubles (Events 05 and 09) = $50

Championship Singles + One  doubles (Events 05 or 09)  =  $30

Championship Singles + Both eligible doubles (Events 05 and 09)  =  $ 35

 

School Children  Only   (All fees are per Player)

Event 01 Championship Singles  Only  $10

Event 06  School Singles  Only  $10

Championship Singles + School  Singles = $20

School Singles + 1  Doubles (Events 05 or 08 or 09)  = $15 

School Singles + 2  Doubles = (Any 2 from Events 05, 08 and 09)  $20

School Singles + All 3  Doubles =  (Events 05 and 08 and 09)  $25 

Championship Singles + 1  Doubles (Events 05 or 08 or 09)  = $15 

Championship Singles + 2  Doubles = (Any 2 from Events 05, 08 and 09)  $20

Championship Singles + All 3  Doubles =  (Events 05 and 08 and 09)  $25 

Championship Singles + School  Singles + one doubles (Events 05 or 08 or 09)  = $25

Championship Singles +School Singles +  2  Doubles = (any 2 from Events 05, 08 and 09)  $30

Championship Singles + School Singles + All 3  Doubles =  (Events 05 and 08 and 09)  $35