2020 UNDER 12, UNDER 14 & UNDER 17 LEAGUE

 

All Under 12, Under 14 & Under 17 teams will take part in the National League system for the 2020 season at the following shows:

At the General Committee Meeting on 3rd November 2019 it was unanimously agreed that the following shows would be National League shows for 2020:

THE NATIONAL LEAGUE SHOWS

 25th & 26th April          Spring Championships

2nd & 3rd May              Northern Ireland Championships

23rd to 25th May          UK Masters Championship

30th & 31st May           Scottish Championships

20th & 21st June           Southern Championships
27th & 28th June          Welsh Championships
28th to 31th August     Inter Counties

 

The top 14 Under 12 and Under 14 and the top 21 Under 17 and Open teams in the National League will be invited to compete at the Champions Final on 19th & 20th September – this show has a minimum £5,000 prize pot.

The above shows will be for all age groups and will qualify teams for the Champions Show to be held on 19th & 20th September at Aston Le Wells.

We hope to run a league similar to the Anniversary League and further details will be announced shortly.

All teams will receive an additional 25 points for attending a league competition. This will encourage greater participation for all league shows. For example, if there are 50 teams, then the winners will receive 75 league points and the lowest placed team will receive 26 points.

Teams will receive -5 League points for any guest/temporary rider they use at any League Show. The Show Organiser must be informed prior to the event of any guest/temporary riders. If a team uses a guest/temporary rider but does not declare this, they will be subject to disciplinary action.

If a team has to pull out for a medical or veterinary reason meaning that they cannot field at least 4 rider and pony combinations, they score the lowest League points available in the League they are in.

Any team which does not provide an Assistant Referee or Arena Party for any heat which they are scheduled to officiate in will be deducted 5 points from their heat score.

Any team which does not provide an Assistant Referee or Arena Party for the Final which they are scheduled to officiate in will be deducted 5 League points from the show, they will not start a Final on -5 scoring points.

Overall 2019 League Winners will be decided after the Welsh Championships.