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Rules
RUGBY 5

HOST: Rugby 5 is hosted on the Isle of Man. Host rules apply - see below.
 
PURPOSE: The purpose of the RUGBY 5 is to select the result of five rugby matches as designated in the official Rugby 5 fixtures card. There are five possible results for each match: 1 = Team A to win by 1-12 points difference; 2 = Team A to win by 13 or more points difference; 3 = Draw; 4 = Team B to win by 1-12 points difference; 5 = Team B to win by win by 13 or more points difference.
 
UNIT OF BET AND MINIMUM BET: The unit of bet shall be R10 which will also be the minimum. No fractional betting shall be permitted.
 
RESULTS: The result of a match shall be the score at the end of the normal 80-minute playing period plus any injury time that may be played. It shall not include extra time, nor will any other method be used to determine the result thereafter.
 
CALCULATION OF DIVIDEND: The dividend shall be determined by dividing the net pool by the total number of unit bets on the winning combination/s.
 
ABANDONED, CANCELLED AND RESCHEDULED MATCHES: Any match in a Rugby 5 pool not completed by 9am South African time on the day after the last day on which matches in the pool were scheduled, shall be deemed abandoned and all choices shall qualify. The times at which matches are completed will be as supplied by the operator's official source, notwithstanding the operator's decision in terms of when a match has not been completed shall be final and binding. Further, the operator reserves the right to extend the time for a match to be completed if circumstances warrant and provided this does not unduly hamper the declaration of results and dividends.
 
REFUNDS: If all the matches, as designated in the official fixtures card, are abandoned, all bets shall be refunded.
 
CARRY FORWARD: Should there be no winning tickets on a RUGBY 5 pool, the net pool shall be carried forward and added to a net rugby pool, selected at the sole discretion of Operator Management, provided that such carry forward is made within one month of the original pool or, in the case where it is the last event of a particular season, it shall be carried forward and added to a net rugby pool within one month of the commencement of the new season.
 
RUGBY 1

HOST: Rugby 1 is hosted on the Isle of Man. Host rules apply - see below.
 
PURPOSE: The purpose of the RUGBY 1 is to select the result of a single rugby match as designated in the official Rugby 1 fixtures card. There are seven possible results for each match: 1 = Team A to win by 1- 7 points difference; 2 = Team A to win by 8 to 14 points difference; 3 = Team A to win by 15 or more points difference; 4 = Draw; 5 = Team B to win by 1- 7 points difference; 6 = Team B to win by 8 to 14 points difference; 7 = Team B to win by 15 or more points difference.
 
UNIT OF BETTING R1-00 AND MINIMUM BET R6-00. Thereafter R1-00 increments. No fractional betting shall be permitted.
 
RESULTS: The result of a match shall be the score at the end of the normal 80-minute playing period plus any injury time that may be played. It shall not include extra time, nor will any other method be used to determine the result thereafter.
 
CALCULATION OF DIVIDEND: The dividend shall be determined by dividing the net pool by the total number of unit bets on the winning combination/s.
 
ABANDONED, CANCELLED AND RESCHEDULED MATCHES: A match in a Rugby 1 pool not completed by 9am South African time on the day after the match was scheduled, shall be deemed abandoned and all bets shall be refunded. The times at which matches are completed will be as supplied by the operator's official source, notwithstanding the operator's decision in terms of when a match has not been completed shall be final and binding. Further, the operator reserves the right to extend the time for a match to be completed if circumstances warrant and provided this does not unduly hamper the declaration of results and dividends.
 
CARRY FORWARD: Should there be no winning tickets on a RUGBY 1 pool, the net pool shall be carried forward and added to a net rugby pool, selected at the sole discretion of Operator Management, provided that such carry forward is made within one month of the original pool or, in the case where it is the last event of a particular season, it shall be carried forward and added to a net rugby pool within one month of the commencement of the new season.