Home / About the Games / Games Program / Badminton
BADMINTON PROGRAM

Venue

Bendigo Badminton & Table Tennis Centre

Dates & Events

Date Time Program
Wednesday 1 December 1pm

 Pool A - MALAYSIA v SCOTLAND
               SINGAPORE v AUSTRALIA
 Pool B - ENGLAND v NEW ZEALAND
               INDIA v SOUTH AFRICA

6pm

 Pool A - MALAYSIA v AUSTRALIA
               SINGAPORE v SCOTLAND
 Pool B - ENGLAND v SOUTH AFRICA
               INDIA v NEW ZEALAND

Thursday 2 December 1pm

 Pool A - MALAYSIA v SINGAPORE 
               SCOTLAND v AUSTRALIA
 Pool B - ENGLAND v INDIA
               NEW ZEALAND v SOUTH AFRICA

6pm  Winner Pool A v Second Pool B
 Winner Pool B v Second Pool A
 Third Pool A v Fourth Pool B
 Third Pool B v Fourth Pool A
Friday 3 December 1pm  Winner (III) v Winner (IV) for 5th & 6th place
 Loser (III) v Loser (IV) for 7th & 8 place
6pm  Loser (I) v Loser (II) for 3rd & 4th place (Bronze Playoff)
 Winner (I) v Winner (II) for Gold & Silver

Competitors

23 Male & 23 Female (Note - as at 27/07/04)

Competing Countries

Australia
England
India
Malaysia

New Zealand
Scotland
Singapore
South Africa

Competition Rules

  1. Maximum number of 8 teams.
  2. Teams will be placed into two pools with two seeded teams drawn in each pool as per IBF tournament regulations, with the remaining entries placed by a free draw.
  3. Players per team is as per invitation (maximum of 6 (3 Men/3 Women); minimum of 4 (2 Men/2 Women)).
  4. Format, to be, 1MS, 1LS, 1LD, 1MD, 1MX.
  5. The Referee may sanction a substitute (or substitutes for a player) who, in the opinion of the Referee, is incapacitated by illness, accident or unavoidable hindrance. A substituted player may take no further part in the tie.
  6. Teams to play in 2 pools of 4.
  7. Ranking order of teams for Rounds 1, 2, 3 etc  are to be determined as follows:
    a. If two teams have won the same number of ties, the ranking will be decided by the result of the tie between them.
    b. If three or more teams have won the same number of ties, ranking will be decided by the total number of matches won. If this leaves two teams equal, ranking will be decided by the result of the tie between them.
    c. If three or more teams have won the same number of ties and the same number of matches, ranking will be decided by the difference between total games won and total games lost, with greater difference ranked higher. If this leaves two teams equal, ranking will be decided by the result of the tie between them.
    c. If three or more teams have won the same number of ties and the same number of matches and have the same difference between total points won and total points lost, with greater difference ranked higher. If this leaves two teams equal, ranking will be decided by the result of the tie between them.
    e. If three or more teams have won the same number of ties and the same number of matches, have the same difference between total games won and total games lost and have the same difference between total points won and total points lost, ranking will be decided by drawing lots.
  8. Each tie shall be decided by the results of the two singles and three doubles matches
    a. All five matches of each tie shall be played.
  9. No player shall play in more than two matches.
  10. The minimum size team is 4 players. These shall be two male and two female players.
    a. If as a result of injury or illness sustained after arrival at the venue, a team has only one male or one female player, that player may play in only one match, and the remaining two matches involving that player's sex shall be conceded to the opposing side.
    b. If for the above reasons, the team is reduced to two players only, either both of the same sex, or one of each sex, the whole tie shall be conceded. .
  11. The order of play shall be agreed between Managers and or the Referee.
  12. Team lists shall be handed to the referee 2 hours before play is due to commence.
  13. Where an issue is not covered here, the rules governing IBF Competition shall apply at the Referees discretion.