How To Join
FIRSTLY, WHY SHOULD YOU?
The #1 Reason
why new and existing leagues join the CCS each year is to be able to compete against others elsewhere in Championships.
A great opportunity to have fun, make new friends and a chance to win both money and fame. No Pros allowed.The CCS provides exactly that with ANNUAL 8Ball and 9Ball CHAMPIONSHIPS in: CANADA
CCS Vancouver Island (Nanaimo - mid November)
CCS Maritimes (Dartmouth - mid November)
CCS BC's (Penticton - late February)
CCS Westerns (Calgary - late April)
CCS Canadian Nationals (Niagara Falls - mid March)
ACS US Midwest (River City IA - mid January)
ACS US Nationals (Las Vegas - mid May)
Championships that are well organized and offer a variety of events – Singles, Scotch Doubles and Team
Championships that use World Standardized Rules
and are Divisionalized by Skill Level
to give everyone a better chance. Tournament Posters, Brochures and Entry
are all available on-line. WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO?
It’s very easy. The League Year
runs from June 1st to May 31st.Anyone can sanction. There are no exclusive ‘franchises’ and no restrictions on ‘Table ownership, type or size’.
Your league can be ‘In-House’ or ‘Travelling’ and doesn’t even have to be 8 Ball. Any game played on a Pool Table is fine. You will need a minimum of 20 Players on at least 4 Teams.HI-LITES
1. You can sanction on-line anytime. Just click on League Sanction Application
where indicated below and provide the requested information.
2. When you’ve completed your 4th week of scheduled play
, you’ll need to provide the additional information outlined in the League Sanction Policy Agreement
(click where indicated below) along with the Member Fees
. To save money, be sure to forward same by the 8th week of league play
3. At that point you’re good to go. After competing in 8 full regularly scheduled Matches over a minimum of 8 weeks
, all your League Players will be eligible to enter any of the Championships listed above.
4. All of your sanctioned players will receive:
NEED SOME HELP?
- CCS Rule Book
- CCS Member Card
- CCS Member Decal
Just give us a call at (403) 271-9221(403) 271-9221
or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'd be more than happy to answer any queries you may have to help you get things organized.
For free sample Schedules, Formats, Scoresheets, Match Scoring and Handicapping plus helpful League Guidelines
, just click on League Operator Manual
where indicated below.
CCS MEMBER FEE SCHEDULE (Cdn $)
These Member Fees provide for dual membership in both the CCS for the Canadian Championships and the ACS - American CueSports Alliance for the US Championships.
|LEAGUE MEMBERS||PLAYER MEMBERS|
|Minimum 20. League Members are eligible to play in all Events at all CCS and ACS Championships. |
Effective from the 2009/10 League Year, the Member Fee will be $25, if sanctioning is after 8 weeks from league start.
|Player Members do not play in a Team based League. They are eligible to play in the Singles and Scotch Doubles Events only in all CCS Championships and in the Singles Event only at ACS Championships.|
There are no League Operator Fees.