Tournament Information – one day only (Tuesday)
Boccia Contact: Justin Muschamp – Halberg Disability Sport Foundation
Manager’s Meeting: 10.20am, 17 September, in Nicholas Hall, Lincoln Event Centre.
Rules: The Koru Games Boccia competitions will be played under the BISFed International Boccia Rules.
Competitions: There will be separate competitions according to gender and the use of ramps or not if numbers warrant it. If not there will still be separate prizes according to these categories but participants may all play in one competition.
Format: The Boccia tournament will be played entirely on Tuesday. There will be separate gender based pools, the results of the round robin giving placing for a knockout round. The knock out round will give final tournament placings. Prizes will still be awarded according to genders. Get your draw here.
Team Manager: Each school must supply a manager (teacher, parent, senior student).
First Aid: Performance Physio will be set up at the netball courts, and Complete Physiotherapy will be set up at rugby sevens to provide first aid to any boccia competitors that need it during the Games. Both physios will offer strapping at an additional charge (cash only).
Food/Beverage: Currently being sourced
Equipment: All equipment will be provided by Halberg Disability Foundation.