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PHOTO CONTEST RULES:

  • Competition is open to all Amateur and Professional practitioners who wish to compete. (Film & Digital Cameras).
  • Photo shall be taken only during the above-stated contest period during the 2009 NATCON (photos maybe taken at anytime, day or night).

  • A contestant may submit a maximum of two (2) entries. In case both entries of the same participant win any of the prizes, the prize of higher value shall be awarded. The remaining prize shall be given in favor of the succeeding winner, in descending order.
  • Entries shall be submitted on or before the deadline date, Photo size is 8 x 10 in any orientation and color.
  • Concept should be original, entertaining and wholesome, depicting the various sights and sounds of the 2009 NATCON.
  • Every entry should be accompanied with a duly filled up Photo Entry Form.
  • No Name or any mark identifying the photographer shall be included in the photo itself. Upon submission, all entries shall bear only your Name, ID Registration No., and LOM at the back of each entry. Names of the photographers shall be included only after the judging and during the photo exhibit.
  • Photos should not be altered digitally. Entries should be in their original format, as taken. All enhancements shall be done on camera.
  • All submitted entries shall become sole and exclusive property of the JCI Phil.
  • Registration Forms will be available at the NATCON 2009 secretariat and at www.2009jcinatcon.wordpress.com the official website of NATCON 2009 and can be submitted to 2009jcinatcon@gmail.com. Registration will be open starting September 2009.

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AMAZING RACE

October 7-11, 2009

Puerto Princesa City

Title of the Activity: ”Amos Ta Ren” Amazing Race

(A Pabilisan, Pautakan & Patatagan Challenge)

Objective:  –    To promote Jayceeism in Puerto Princesa City

–          To provide Participants information about the City & experience the difference to the City in the Forest

–          To promote Camaraderie among LOMs

Criteria:     –     Open to all JCIP Members

–          Participants should be in group of three

–          The group should be composed of members of the same LO, either all male, female or combination of both

–          Participants should be registered as NATCON ’09 delegate

–          Contest date is on October 9, 2009 (Friday) in Puerto Princesa City

–          Event will start at exactly 7:30AM (assembly time: 6-6:30am, City Coliseum)

–          A 20-minute orientation will be given to participants for the Elimination Round

–          There will be three competitions for the Elimination Round

–           First 10 highest scorer will be included & will compete in the final round

–          Participants must be physically fit

–          There will be 3 winning group;

1st Place to receive a Tour to Underground River & an overnight stay at       Daluyon Hotel in Sabang with meals  plus giveaway

2nd Place to receive a Day Tour to Dos Palmas, Areceffi Island plus giveaway

3rd Place to receive day tour to Honda Bay plus giveaway

7 Consolation Prizes will receive giveaway & a make-over

–     Awarding will be on October 10,2009 during the Awarding Ceremonies              –     Registration forms will be available at the 2009 NATCON 2009 Secretariat or   at www.2009jcinatcon.wordpress.com and can be submitted to 2009jcinatcon@gmail.com

Rules:         –   There must be a registration fee of Php300/group

–    Attire: as appropriate (extra clothes is a must)

–          Must wear their NATCON ’09 ID

–          Must be a pre-registrant to Amazing Race (on or before Sept 30, 2009)

–          Must arrive on the site, Aventura Beach Resort at least 30mins before the time stated (shuttle services will be waiting at the City Coliseum between 6 to 6:30AM)

–          Must fill-up & sign a waiver

–          Should bring medical certificate

–          Must bring an extra money

–          No other member/s & or person/s are allowed to help in all the activity

–     The 1st three(3) groups arrive in the final station will be declared winners.

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JCI NATCON Badminton

TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

  1. 1. Name of Competition

The competition shall be called:

JCI NATCON BADMINTON TOURNAMENT 2009

  1. 2. Venues and dates of competition

2.1.     Schedules

Schedules will be posted 2 days before the tournament

2.2.     Registration

A week before the tournament proper or October 1, 2009 for the registration/confirmation of participants

2.3.     Competition

October 8, 2009 at Powerzone Badminton Court, 8:00 AM onwards

  1. 3. Categories

The following shall be the categories for the Badminton Tournament:

3.1.     Men’s Doubles

3.2.     Women’s Doubles

3.3.     Mix Doubles

  1. 4. Eligibility

4.1.     All members of the association except for the host LOM

4.2.     Partnership of participants must of the same LOM/Region

  1. 5. Groupings and mode of competition

Teams will be group according to the number of participants, to wit:

5.1.     If there are four to six teams, the teams shall be bracketed into a single group.

5.1.1     The teams shall play a single round robin eliminations.

5.1.2     The top two will automatically play for the championship

5.2.     If there are seven to eight teams, the teams shall be divided into two groups with each group not exceeding four teams.

5.2.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.2.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.2.3     The teams in each group shall play a single round robin eliminations.

5.2.4     The top two teams of each group will automatically qualify for the cross-over semifinals. The winners of the semifinals will play for the championship.

5.3.     If there are nine to ten teams, the teams shall be divided into two groups with each group not exceeding five teams.

5.3.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.3.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.3.3     The teams in each group shall play a single round robin eliminations.

5.3.4     The top two teams of each group will automatically qualify for the cross-over semifinals. The winners of the semifinals will play for the championship.

5.4.     If there are 11-12 teams, the teams shall be divided into three groups with each group not exceeding four teams.

5.4.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.4.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.4.3     The top team of each group and the best 2nd place team of the three groups shall play for the semifinals. The winners of the semifinals will play for the championship.

5.5.     If there are 13-15 teams, the teams shall be divided into four groups with each group not exceeding four teams.

5.5.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.5.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.5.3     The top team of each group shall play in the semifinals. The top number one the fourth number one shall play the first semifinals while the remaining two teams shall play the second semifinals.

5.5.4     The winners of the semifinals shall play for the championship.

5.6.     If there are 16-18 teams, the teams shall be divided into four groups with each group not exceeding five teams.

5.6.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.6.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.6.3     The top team of each group shall play in the semifinals. The top number one the fourth number one shall play the first semifinals while the remaining two teams shall play the second semifinals.

5.6.4     The winners of the semifinals shall play for the championship.

  1. 6. Schedule of matches

6.1.     Matches will be scheduled and posted a week before the tournament

6.2.     A match not played during the scheduled time due to a default, succeeding match shall take place if both team agrees

  1. 7. Rules and Regulation of the Tournament

7.1.     The International Badminton Federation (IBF) Rules and Regulations shall apply in the Tournament

7.2.     Rally point system shall likewise apply

7.3.     Rally point system (21 points) shall be use in the entire tournament

7.4.     A match shall consist of best of three (3) games, decision game (3rd game) of 11 points shall be use

7.5.     The side which first scores 21 points shall win a game (straight 21 only)

7.6.     In the semifinal and final game, IBF rally point system shall likewise apply (all 21 points per game and a raise to 2 if both teams will have a score of 20 all)

  1. 8. Points in Group/BRACKET Tournament and system to Break tie

8.1.     In the event two or more teams tie on the number of wins and losses, the following system shall apply to break a tie:

8.1.1     Total number of points in a match (first 2 games) between the teams concerned

8.1.2     If both system cannot break the tie, will have another match consisting of one (1) game only, side which first scores 21 points shall win a game, except it will not be a straight to 21 points.

  1. 9. Change of ends Duration of break, warm-up and match interval

9.1.     Teams shall change end at the end of the 1st game, and 2nd game (if there is a decision game);

9.2.     A 60-seconds break in every game when a side first scores 11 points

9.3.     And a 120-seconds break between each game

9.4.     There will be a 3 minute warm-up upon the umpire’s call for the teams to start the match

9.5.     A single match will be programmed for at least 30 minutes

  1. 10. Defaulting Matches

10.1.  Failure of the team to be present after 10 minutes from when the umpire calls the game, the team shall be ruled in default of the match

10.2.  A double default is also possible if both teams are absent

10.3.  If only one (1) player of any team or both team is present, a double default shall be ruled by the umpire

  1. 11. Match results

11.1.  All participants/team shall sign a GAME RESULT form after the match

11.2.  Results shall then be posted as soon as possible

  1. 12. REgistration of teams

12.1.  Players should confirm two (2) days before the tournament

12.2.  Registration Fee is P200 per Team

  1. 13. Medical Treatment/Injury during the match

13.1.  If a player needs medical treatment during a match, the umpire will put the match on hold

13.2.  In case a player gets physically injured during a game, the player will be given a ten (10) minutes recovery time, but if a player cannot continue the game, the pair with the injured player will be declared the loser of that game

13.3.  Yet, if the injured player cannot continue for the next game, the other team will be declared the winner

  1. 14. Equipment & Liquid intake during the match

14.1.  In each match, a brand new shuttlecock will provided, if the shuttlecock cannot further be used for playing, a new one will be provided

14.2.  Equipments of players should be near the umpire of the teams court area

14.3.  Players may drink liquids during a game, provided the shuttle is not in play and players have asked the  umpire

14.4.  Drinking of liquids should not take long, about a couple of seconds only, if cause of undue delay the umpire may call a warning on that team

  1. 15. Umpires, service & Line Judges, & table officials

15.1.  The umpire, where appointed, shall be in charge of a match, the court and its immediate surrounds

15.2.  The service judge shall call service faults made by the server should they occur

15.3.  A line judge shall indicate whether a shuttle landed ‘in’ or ‘out’ on the line(s) assigned

15.4.  The table officials/referee shall be in overall charge of the tournament or event of which a match forms part

  1. 16. Protest

16.1.  Protest against the eligibility of players shall be submitted to the Table Officials as soon as the tournament starts

16.2.  Other protests must be made in writing to the Table Officials not later than one (1) hour after the end of each match

  1. 17. Matters not provided for

All matters not provided for shall be dealt with the management in accordance with the Laws of the Game as promulgated by International Badminton Federation (IBF).

TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

  1. 1. Name of Competition

The competition shall be called:

JCI NATCON BADMINTON TOURNAMENT 2009

  1. 2. Venues and dates of competition

2.1.     Schedules

Schedules will be posted 2 days before the tournament

2.2.     Registration

A week before the tournament proper or October 1, 2009 for the registration/confirmation of participants

2.3.     Competition

October 8, 2009 at Powerzone Badminton Court, 8:00 AM onwards

  1. 3. Categories

The following shall be the categories for the Badminton Tournament:

3.1.     Men’s Doubles

3.2.     Women’s Doubles

3.3.     Mix Doubles

  1. 4. Eligibility

4.1.     All members of the association except for the host LOM

4.2.     Partnership of participants must of the same LOM/Region

  1. 5. Groupings and mode of competition

Teams will be group according to the number of participants, to wit:

5.1.     If there are four to six teams, the teams shall be bracketed into a single group.

5.1.1     The teams shall play a single round robin eliminations.

5.1.2     The top two will automatically play for the championship

5.2.     If there are seven to eight teams, the teams shall be divided into two groups with each group not exceeding four teams.

5.2.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.2.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.2.3     The teams in each group shall play a single round robin eliminations.

5.2.4     The top two teams of each group will automatically qualify for the cross-over semifinals. The winners of the semifinals will play for the championship.

5.3.     If there are nine to ten teams, the teams shall be divided into two groups with each group not exceeding five teams.

5.3.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.3.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.3.3     The teams in each group shall play a single round robin eliminations.

5.3.4     The top two teams of each group will automatically qualify for the cross-over semifinals. The winners of the semifinals will play for the championship.

5.4.     If there are 11-12 teams, the teams shall be divided into three groups with each group not exceeding four teams.

5.4.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.4.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.4.3     The top team of each group and the best 2nd place team of the three groups shall play for the semifinals. The winners of the semifinals will play for the championship.

5.5.     If there are 13-15 teams, the teams shall be divided into four groups with each group not exceeding four teams.

5.5.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.5.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.5.3     The top team of each group shall play in the semifinals. The top number one the fourth number one shall play the first semifinals while the remaining two teams shall play the second semifinals.

5.5.4     The winners of the semifinals shall play for the championship.

5.6.     If there are 16-18 teams, the teams shall be divided into four groups with each group not exceeding five teams.

5.6.1     The composition of each group/bracket shall be determined by drawing of lots to be set by the management.

5.6.2     The procedure of the drawing of lots shall be determined by the management.

5.6.3     The top team of each group shall play in the semifinals. The top number one the fourth number one shall play the first semifinals while the remaining two teams shall play the second semifinals.

5.6.4     The winners of the semifinals shall play for the championship.

  1. 6. Schedule of matches

6.1.     Matches will be scheduled and posted a week before the tournament

6.2.     A match not played during the scheduled time due to a default, succeeding match shall take place if both team agrees

  1. 7. Rules and Regulation of the Tournament

7.1.     The International Badminton Federation (IBF) Rules and Regulations shall apply in the Tournament

7.2.     Rally point system shall likewise apply

7.3.     Rally point system (21 points) shall be use in the entire tournament

7.4.     A match shall consist of best of three (3) games, decision game (3rd game) of 11 points shall be use

7.5.     The side which first scores 21 points shall win a game (straight 21 only)

7.6.     In the semifinal and final game, IBF rally point system shall likewise apply (all 21 points per game and a raise to 2 if both teams will have a score of 20 all)

  1. 8. Points in Group/BRACKET Tournament and system to Break tie

8.1.     In the event two or more teams tie on the number of wins and losses, the following system shall apply to break a tie:

8.1.1     Total number of points in a match (first 2 games) between the teams concerned

8.1.2     If both system cannot break the tie, will have another match consisting of one (1) game only, side which first scores 21 points shall win a game, except it will not be a straight to 21 points.

  1. 9. Change of ends Duration of break, warm-up and match interval

9.1.     Teams shall change end at the end of the 1st game, and 2nd game (if there is a decision game);

9.2.     A 60-seconds break in every game when a side first scores 11 points

9.3.     And a 120-seconds break between each game

9.4.     There will be a 3 minute warm-up upon the umpire’s call for the teams to start the match

9.5.     A single match will be programmed for at least 30 minutes

  1. 10. Defaulting Matches

10.1.  Failure of the team to be present after 10 minutes from when the umpire calls the game, the team shall be ruled in default of the match

10.2.  A double default is also possible if both teams are absent

10.3.  If only one (1) player of any team or both team is present, a double default shall be ruled by the umpire

  1. 11. Match results

11.1.  All participants/team shall sign a GAME RESULT form after the match

11.2.  Results shall then be posted as soon as possible

  1. 12. REgistration of teams

12.1.  Players should confirm two (2) days before the tournament

12.2.  Registration Fee is P200 per Team

  1. 13. Medical Treatment/Injury during the match

13.1.  If a player needs medical treatment during a match, the umpire will put the match on hold

13.2.  In case a player gets physically injured during a game, the player will be given a ten (10) minutes recovery time, but if a player cannot continue the game, the pair with the injured player will be declared the loser of that game

13.3.  Yet, if the injured player cannot continue for the next game, the other team will be declared the winner

  1. 14. Equipment & Liquid intake during the match

14.1.  In each match, a brand new shuttlecock will provided, if the shuttlecock cannot further be used for playing, a new one will be provided

14.2.  Equipments of players should be near the umpire of the teams court area

14.3.  Players may drink liquids during a game, provided the shuttle is not in play and players have asked the  umpire

14.4.  Drinking of liquids should not take long, about a couple of seconds only, if cause of undue delay the umpire may call a warning on that team

  1. 15. Umpires, service & Line Judges, & table officials

15.1.  The umpire, where appointed, shall be in charge of a match, the court and its immediate surrounds

15.2.  The service judge shall call service faults made by the server should they occur

15.3.  A line judge shall indicate whether a shuttle landed ‘in’ or ‘out’ on the line(s) assigned

15.4.  The table officials/referee shall be in overall charge of the tournament or event of which a match forms part

  1. 16. Protest

16.1.  Protest against the eligibility of players shall be submitted to the Table Officials as soon as the tournament starts

16.2.  Other protests must be made in writing to the Table Officials not later than one (1) hour after the end of each match

  1. 17. Matters not provided for

All matters not provided for shall be dealt with the management in accordance with the Laws of the Game as promulgated by International Badminton Federation (IBF).


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