The Roundel Sextet competition will start the Winter Season on January 1.
In order to make the competition simpler to set up if there is only a small backing
available, I am considering allowing the faces to be set up with five around the edge of the circle and one in the center. The standard format would still be six around the edge of the circle when space allows.
The current rules are:
"The target consists of six roundels in a circle around a central point. Each roundel is 9 inches in diameter with a 3-inch diameter pin or dot in the center. The roundels may be of any colors as long as long as the roundel is of a contrasting color to its background and the pin a contrasting color to the roundel. The first roundel is placed at the top center of the target and the others are placed equidistant from each other
approximate 30-inch diameter circle. The exact placement is not critical. (See examples below.)"
The following would be added to the existing rules.
"If the size of the backing is not large enough to allow all six roundels in a circle around the edge, then five may be placed around the edge and one in the center."
Does anyone have any objections to this?