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Where there are 7 teams in a particular age group, there will be 2 separate leagues followed by cup semi finals and finals, plus a mini league play off for the shield. Where there are 8 teams in a particular age group, there will be 2 separate leagues followed by cup and shield semi finals and finals. The league stages of the festival will operate with 4 points for a win, 2 points for a draw, 0 points for a loss.


8. In the event of a tie, at the end of a league competition (or a semi final match) the following will determine the results:


 The team scoring the first try in the most recent match between the 2 teams in the festival


 Team with the highest positive points difference  Team with the highest number of points scored  The result of any previous match between the 2 teams in this festival


9. In the event of a tie in the final, there will be no extra time. The team which scored the first try will be declared the winner. If no tries were scored then the toss of a coin will decide the winner.


10. Should any team establish a lead in excess of 30 points in any game, that game will be discontinued and the result after the score that lead to the 30 point excess will be recorded.


11. Should any team not attend the festival, the organisers will endeavor to re- word the fixture list, failing that, fixtures involving that side will be declared void. Should a team withdraw part through the festival, subsequent fixtures for that team will be awarded to the opposition as a 10 – 0 (2 try) win.


12. Substitutions will be allowed as follows: Under 7/8s


Under 9/10/11/12 unlimited rolling basis injury or half time plus blood swops


13. A trophy will be presented to the winning teams in each age group and an individual medal to each player.


14. Reconciliation of any disputes arising during the festival will be determined by the HRFC mini and junior chairman whose decision will be final.


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