8.6 TIED PLAYOFF MATCHES (9-BALL RULE)

In the event there is a tie, in total points (not matches), between two teams in a playoff match, the tie breaker is to be determined as follows:

  1. In a 3-man team league, the team that won the most matches out of the three matches played is declared the winner.
  2. In a 5-man team league, the team that won the most matches out of the five matches played is declared the winner.
  3. In a 4-man team league both teams are to play a fifth match. Both teams must put up one of their shooters to play the final tie break match. The higher seeded team gets to decide if they are to put up a shooter first or the opposing team is to put up a shooter first. The participating shooters on both teams must be a shooter on the team roster, present at the playing location and meets the requirements to play in the playoffs. It does not matter if the chosen shooter has already played a NAPA match on that day, any shooter can be chosen.