With the finals series approaching quickly please check your Finals Qualification by clicking HERE
- Players highlighted in green have qualified
- Players highlighted in blue may qualify if they play the specified number of remaining games
- Players highlighted in red cannot qualify
- This file is updated on a weekly basis
If you believe there is an issue with a player record please contact the FDBA office.
Duplicate profiles occur when a player is added to stadium scoring and name and DOB do not exactly match, these can be merged to consolidate games.
Junior team qualification summaries are available via each individual club.
In accordance with section 7.10 of the domestic competition by-laws players must play 50% of regular season games to qualify for finals:
7.10 Qualification for Finals Series
To qualify for finals a player must have played a minimum of 50% of regular season games with their team in the current competition. This includes grading games. Byes do not count towards qualification.
All players added to the match in Stadium Scoring will be credited with a game. Players that have not played in a match must be removed from the game before match completion by the match officials. It is the responsibility of both appointed score bench officials that the correct players have been selected for the match. Any disputes must be lodged with the match committee within 24 hours after completion of the game.
In the case of lost results or un-played games all players registered to the team will be deemed to have played.
In the case of the cancellation of a fixtured round/s of matches all players registered to the team will be deemed to have played.
7.10.1 Finals Exemptions
A player may apply for a finals exemption if they were unable to play the minimum amount of required games:
a) Medical restrictions – A medical certificate specifying the dates of the affected games must be supplied from a qualified medical practitioner This exemption can to cover no more than 50% of required games and must be submitted to the FDBA office no later than 48 hours before finals commence. Medical certificates brought in on the game day may not be accepted, and
b) Extenuating family circumstances or work commitments – to be considered on a case by case basis at the discretion of the FDBA Match Committee
ANY TEAM THAT USES AN INELIGIBLE PLAYER WILL AUTOMATICALLY FORFEIT THE MATCH.
Dion Paull – Competition Coordinator