a) All games shall be played on dates and times agreed by the Association.
b) League games are to be played on Wednesdays at 7.00pm or 7.30pm, except with the mutual consent of the two clubs and appointed referee concerned.
c) A league game may be brought forward or put back to a later date. If teams cannot agree the fixture will go on at the original time and date. If this is not possible, the Secretary will fix a date and time for the game.
d) Depending on the number teams in the League; some League games will be played on Monday nights at 7.30pm. These games will be rearranged for Saturdays at 3pm when fixtures allow.
e) If the game is postponed due to the pitch being unplayable the teams concerned may agree to a mutual date and time for the game to be played. If the teams concerned cannot agree, the Secretary will set a date and time and, if necessary, a venue for the game to be played.
f) Duration of all games shall be 90 minutes, except in exceptional circumstances. Two halves of 35 minutes may be played and must be noted on the back of the team lines and endorsed by both team Captains and the Referee.
g) Cup games shall be played on Saturdays at 3.00pm and shall be played to a finish. If there is no result after 90 minutes two periods of 15 minutes extra time shall be played. If the game is tied each side will take five penalties. If still tied sudden death penalties will be taken. Except in special circumstances after full time no extra time will be played but go straight to penalties. This will be endorsed by both team Captains and the Referee on the back of the team lines.
h) With the mutual consent of both teams a cup game may be brought forward or put back but should be played no later than the Monday after the original date with a 7.00pm kick-off. If the teams cannot agree, the fixture will revert to the original time. If that is not possible the Secretary will fix a date for the fixture. If the park is unplayable by the Monday 7.00 p.m. kick off time, the Secretary will arrange the game to be played on the Wednesday after at a venue where the game can be played and the league games will be rearranged for a later date.
i) Teams failing to field a team by 5 minutes after the stated kick off time will be reported by the Referee and fined £5. Teams failing to field a team by 20 minutes after the stated kick off time shall be adjudged to have failed to fulfil the fixture and shall be reported by the Referee. The opposing team shall be awarded the points or the tie and the offending team shall be fined accordingly.
j) Teams unable to fulfil fixtures must give 24 hours notice and pay a £5 fine, failure to give 24 hours notice the offending team will be fined £20. Fines must be paid within 14 days or teams will risk suspension from all competitions.
k) In the instance of forfeiture, the forfeiting team will lose the match, and the winners will be awarded a 1-0 win.
l) A maximum of five substitutions may be made by each team during a match.
m) Only under special circumstances will there be an exemption to these rules.