Accreditation and Wiki

National Officiating Accreditation Development  (NOAD)   Online Officiating CourseDeveloped to assist officials learn the basic skills to officiate effectively.For further information on becoming and accredited official visit the online e-learning portal; INFO: https://www.8ballumpire.com.au/index.php EXAM: https://aebf.asn.au/index.php SPORTAUS: https://ausport.gov.au

Calling Procedures

8 Ball Umpire – Calling Procedures BLACK BALL POTTED ON THE BREAK SHOT:Call: – “Void Break” . (Retrieve all Balls and re-rack) …”Same Player to Re-start Frame, No Penalty”. FOUL BREAK:Call: – “Foul Break” …… (Re-rack Balls) ……“Opponent to Re-start Frame with Two Visits”. CUE BALL POTTED ON A FAIR BREAK:Call: – “Foul” …… Timing to re-start on handing the cue …
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Guidance to the Rules

This guidance should be read in conjunction with the AEBF Rules, W.E.P.F. Rules and the E.P.R.A. Calling Procedure. Should any guidance contained herein conflict with the instructions of a Head Adjudicator, the instructions of the Head Adjudicator shall take precedence. 1. Equipment (rule B)Players may not use equipment or accessory items for purposes, or in …
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Foul Snooker

(1) Definition:  When an opponent plays a foul shot and this results in the incoming player being snookered, the incoming player is deemed to be Foul Snookered.(2) If a player believes that a Foul Snooker exists, the player may ask the referee for a ruling.(3) If the referee rules that a foul snooker exists, the …
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Stopwatch 60 30

Defaults can not be changed Time = 60 Seconds Warning = 30 Seconds Countdown = 5 Seconds Alarm = 0 Seconds Extension = 30 Seconds Sound, Vibrate and Extension can be turned on and off in “Settings”.

Stopwatch 40 20

Defaults can not be changed Time = 40 Seconds Warning = 20 Seconds Countdown = 5 Seconds Alarm = 0 Seconds Extension = 20 Seconds Sound, Vibrate and Extension can be turned on and off in “Settings”.