2015 Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships

2015 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships

Tournament Schedule

17 - 24 January 2015
Naseby, New Zealand
All PAJCC News Result Details : Men  Women
Championship History WCF Official Results : Men  Women
  
AUS CHN JPN KOR NZL
Australia China Japan Korea New Zealand
  

Draw

Junior Women     Junior Men    
 aus   Australia  AUS   Australia     Every team will receive two one-hour training sessions (15 minutes each sheet) on Sunday 18 January, as indicated in the schedule. The training sessions will be controlled by the umpires who will indicate the time the teams should switch from sheet to sheet.
Good Luck and Good Curling
chn  China CHN  China
jpn  Japan JPN  Japan
kor  Korea KOR  Korea
nzl  New Zealand NZL  New Zealand

  

Day  Start  Finish Sheet A Sheet B Sheet C Sheet D
Saturday 17 Jan Arrival of the Teams...
Sunday
18 Jan
(training)
10:00 11:00 KOR NZL AUS CHN
11:30 12:30 JPN aus nzl jpn
12:45 13:05 Team Meeting – Naseby Ice Rink
13:30 14:30 kor chn KOR JPN
15:00 16:00 CHN AUS NZL jpn
17:00 18:00 nzl aus chn kor
19:00 Welcome Reception
Day Time Session Sheet A Sheet B Sheet C Sheet D
Monday
19 Jan 
10:00 1 NZL - AUS ♦ KOR - CHN ♦ jpn - kor ♦ aus - nzl ♦
16:00 2 chn - jpn ♦ kor - aus ♦ CHN - NZL ♦ JPN - KOR ♦
Tuesday
20 Jan 
10:00 3 JPN - CHN ♦ jpn - nzl ♦ KOR - AUS ♦ chn - kor ♦
16:00 4 nzl - kor ♦ NZL - JPN ♦ aus - chn ♦ AUS - CHN ♦
Wednesday
21 Jan 
10:00 5 AUS - JPN ♦ aus - jpn ♦ NZL - KOR ♦ nzl - chn ♦
16:00 6 CHN - KOR ♦ AUS - NZL ♦  nzl - aus ♦ kor - jpn ♦
Thursday
22 Jan 
10:00 7 ♦ kor - aus ♦ JPN - KOR ♦ chn - jpn ♦ CHN - NZL
16:00 8 ♦ jpn - nzl ♦ chn - kor ♦ JPN - CHN ♦ KOR - AUS
Friday
23 Jan 
09:00 9 ♦ aus - chn CHN - AUS ♦ kor - nzl ♦ ♦ NZL - JPN
14:30 10 KOR - NZL ♦ ♦ nzl - chn ♦ AUS - JPN jpn - aus ♦
19:30 TB Tiebreakers (if required)
Saturday
24 Jan 
09:00 Medal
Games
JUNIOR MEN·– 2 vs 3 (Semi-final)
Junior Women – 2 vs 3 (Semi-final)
(Sheets will be determined by the Chief Umpire)
14:30 Medal
Games
JUNIOR MEN'S Gold Medal Game
Junior Women's Gold Medal Game
(Sheets will be determined by the Chief Umpire)
17:30 Closing Ceremoney & Medal Presentations
19:00 Farewell Party


 

Australia China Japan Korea New Zealand
Australia China Japan Korea New Zealand

Tournament Format

  1. World Curling Federation (WCF) rules apply, unless otherwise indicated below, or stated during the official Team Meeting, which is scheduled between 12:45 – 13:05 at the Naseby Ice Rink, on Sunday, 18 January 2015.
  2. The Junior Women (5 teams) and the Junior Men (5 teams) will play a double round robin series. At the end of the round robins there will be a ranking established for places 1 to 3 using the October 2014 WCF Rules of Competition (C9) - Team Ranking Procedure. In the single semi-final games the teams ranked # 2 will play against the teams ranked # 3. The winners of the semi-finals will play in the Gold/Silver medal games against the teams that were ranked # 1. The Gold Medal winners qualify their Association for the 2015 World Junior Curling Championships in Tallinn, Estonia.
  3. All games will be ten (10) ends, with extra end(s) to break tied games.
  4. There will be a ten-minute practice for each team before every game. The practice starts 30 minutes before the scheduled game time (i.e. – schedule shows 10:00 therefore 09:30 – 09:40 the team having last stone in the first end practices, 09:40 – 09:50 the other team practices, 09:50 – 10:00 ice cleaning, 10:00 the game starts).
  5. In the official schedule the ♦ indicates last stone in the first end. Since every team plays every other team twice, they will have last stone in the first end in one of those games, and will be without last stone in the first end in the other game.
  6. In any tie-breaker games, if one team won both round robin games, then that team will have the choice of last stone advantage in the first end (first practice), or the choice of stone colour. If both teams won one game against each other in the round robin, there will be a coin toss and the winner of the toss will have the choice of first or second practice, or choice of stone colour, then the LSD procedure will determine last stone in the first end.
  7. In the semi-final and Gold/Silver games, if a team is clearly ahead of their opponent after the round robin (wins – losses), or if tied and one team won both round robin games, then that team will have the choice of last stone advantage in the first end (first practice), or the choice of stone colour. If the teams were tied (wins – losses) and both won one game in the round robin, there will be a coin toss and the winner of the toss will have the choice of first or second practice, or choice of stone colour, then the LSD procedure will determine last stone in the first end.
  8. First named team in each of the round robin games plays the colour of stones shown on the top of the scoreboard and should wear the appropriate coloured upper playing garments.
  9. The Chief Umpire will determine the schedule and ice for any necessary tie-breaker games as soon as the number of games required and the opponents have been clearly determined. The Chief Umpire will also decide additional training times and ice.

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