New season has just kicked off, all the information you need can be found in downloads. Find this season grades, teams and events.
2017 / 2018 Grading - GRADINGS 17-18.pdf
MBA Calendar for the season - Calendar of Events 2017-18.pdf
MBA Rules for the season - MEATH RULES 2017-18.pdf
Some people still have queries over how the cup is to be played, hopefully this helps:
Mixed: (Revised Mixed Cup Score Sheet)
Order of Play: Mens Doubles, Ladies Doubles, Mens Singles, Ladies Singles, Mixed Doubles.
Scoring: Normal rules apply, best of 3 standard sets, winning by 2 points or 30-29 if tied at 29-29.
Mens / Ladies: (Mens/Ladies Cup Score Sheet)
Order of Play: 6 games of 2 sets (Each player plays 2 sets each with the 3 other players on the team in any order).
Scoring: Standard scoring applies in 2 sets only, even when it is 1 set to each team (2 clear points or 30-29).
Result: Winning team is the team who wins the most sets. If tied on sets (6-6), the points for each set must be counted, and the winner is the team with the most points.
If still tied on points 1 final set of first Mens/Ladies Doubles will determine the winner.
The 2016/2017 Mixed League yielded the following results:
|Grade 2 Mixed Winners - Kilmessan|| Grade 2 Mixed Runners Up - Boyne|
| Andrew Waller|
Brenda Murray Flynn
| Grade 3 Mixed Winners - Kilmessan|| Grade 3 Mixed Runners Up - Athboy/Kells|
| Austin Dunne|
| Grade 4 Mixed Winners - Navan|| Grade 4 Mixed Runners Up - Athboy/Kells|
| Saddam Khan|
| Grade 5 Mixed Winners - Mullingar|| Grade 5 Mixed Runners Up - Navan A|
| Alan Reilly|
| Grade 6 Mixed Winners - Navan|| Grade 6 Mixed Runners Up - Julianstown|
| Adrian Crowe|
| Grade 7 Mixed Winners - Simonstown|| Grade 7 Mixed Runners Up - Longwood|
| Tommy Ennis|
| Grade 8 Mixed Winners - Longwood A|| Grade 8 Mixed Runners Up - Longwood B|
| David Weissenham|
A Calendar of Events for the year is in the downloads section. Dates to note are included in this (league & cup Finals dates etc)
Updated rules, grades and teams can be found in the download section
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