Starting for the weekend of Saturday 19th November, GCC will be running a ‘Last Man Standing’competition as a fund-raising initiative for the club with a cash prize pot up for grabs!
The general rules of the competition are simple: select one team from the Premier League fixtures in this weekend; if they win you are through to the next round, but lose or draw and you are out; Last Man Standing wins the pot.
The more people that enter the bigger the pot is, so your support is greatly appreciated. Updates on the progress of the competition will be posted on the Glenrothes CC Facebook page.
£10 per entry (£5 to club fundraising, £5 to the prize pot)
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Closing date to take part in the first tournament is 11pm on Friday 18th November.
All entries for the competition should be submitted for each round week by week to Ian Green by text to 07932 720580 or on Facebook.
More on the rules...
- Each Game week you pick a premier league team which you think will WIN their game
- If your team Win you go through to the next week
- If your team draw or lose you are out of the competition
- Each week you must select your team via facebook messenger/text to Ian Green by Friday at midnight prior to the games. Ian will notify players of any entry deadlines for extra rounds of games that are not on Friday, such as Midweek rounds.
- International weeks will be a break
- You cannot select a team more than once during the tournament (unless we pass 20 weeks which is unheard of)
- If you have not selected a team by midnight you will automatically be selected with the highest picked team you have not picked already (or drawn out of a hat if non are left)
- If your match is postponed you will automatically go through, but cannot re-pick that team again.
- Weekly updates will be posted online via Facebook and Twitter.
- If 2 or more players are left and both go out in the last week the prize pot rolls over to the next tournament.
- The winner is the “Last Man Standing” and will win the prize pot.
Updated 15:21 - 6 Dec 2016 by Eddie Gibbs