Monday, April 2, 2012

Tomah Open April 14th - late details

Teams are supposed to be at THS between 9.00 am and 9.30 am. At 9.30 and we will have a quick gathering and follow this with a captains meeting.

Games will start at 10.00 am. We have a schedule that aims at the last game to start at 5 pm - but we hope to catch up and be done before 5 pm if so possible. Both divisionss to be played at the same time on two courts. Courts will have a new layout this year. We have in total 20 games and no game is shorter than 24 minutes in total. Hopefully the rec division should be done at the time the finals is played so we have many spectators for the advanced final.

Rec division is tentatively to be played like this: 2x12 minutes, draw = shoot-out with three players at a time and one goalie. Won game 3 points. Draw 1 point plus one shout out point. Team with most points win this tourney. Scoring difference is next criteria and the last criteria is the scoring factor.

Minneapolis Millers - Brad's team 
Dubious Storm -
Blind Squirrels
Tomah Fury - Brad's team 
Minneapolis Millers - Dubious Storm
Blind Squirrels  -  Brad's team 
Minneapolis Millers - Tomah Fury
Brad's team - Dubious Storm
Blind Squirrels - Tomah Fury NB 15 min break after this game.
Dubious Storm - Tomah Fury
Minneapolis Millers - Blind Squirrels

Advanced division is tentatively to be played like this in two divisions: The one loser among these three teams A) Honey bearz, International Flash and Chicago Wild Hawks and - The one loser among B) Chicago Innebandy, 2 Oaks and a Bunch of Nuts and St Paul Players end up in placement game for 5th spot. The other teams goes to semi-finals with chance to play the final.

Games in advanced division to be played 2 x15 minutes, other ranking issues will be based upon shot-out etc as of above.

Honey bearz - International Flash 
Chicago Innebandy - 2 Oaks and a Bunch of Nuts  
International Flash - Chicago Wild Hawks
2 Oaks and a Bunch of Nuts - St Paul Players
Honey bearz -  Chicago Wild Hawks 
Chicago Innebandy - St Paul Players

Winner A - Second B
Winner B - Second A

Placement game
3rd A - 3rd B

Winners from Semifinals

Disclaimer this is tentative at this point changes might still occur - and we reserve the right to make these changes. But to the best of our knowledge this is how April 14th 2012 might look like in Tomah.

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