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Terms & Conditions
Local Branch Competitions:

Rules of Reece, Actrol & Metalflex Local Branch AFL Footy Tipping Competitions 2017
1. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means a Reece, Actrol, Metalflex ‘Local Branch’ Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Reece, Actrol, Metalflex trading account holder or an employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of that Code, in a Season.
“Local Branch” means the branch of the Promoter that has been allocated to the Participant by the Promoter for the purpose of a Competition.
'Participant” means a person who is eligible to participate in a Competition and registers for or participates in the competition.
“Promoter” Reece Pty Ltd ACN 004097090, AC Components Pty Ltd ACN 134 588 935, Actrol Parts Pty Ltd ACN 142 654 564
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
“Staff” means any current Reece, Actrol, Metalflex employee or family member of current employee.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
2. The sole purpose of the Competition is to promote comradery between Customers and Staff.
3. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 24/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 28/08/2017.
4. The Competition is open to Reece Group Customers, their employees, Reece Group Staff and Staff family members. Entry is not open to the general public. Customers are not eligible to enter any Local Branch Competitions located in the Australian Capital Territory.
5. The fee for Entry into a Competition is $25 (“Fee”). Payment must be made in order to be eligible to register for the Competition. Customers can either charge this to their account or pay in cash at their Local Branch. Staff must pay this amount in cash at their Local Branch. If the Fee is outstanding by the end of Round 4 of the Season, the Participant may be disqualified at the sole discretion of the Promoter.
6. To enter a Competition a Participant must register at their local branch and pay the Fee.
7. Each Competition has a maximum of :
a. 200 Participants for a particular Competition located in Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory;
b. 400 Participants for a particular Competition located in Western Australia and Tasmania;
c. 80 Participants for a particular Competition located in Queensland and South Australia;

8. In the event that the number of Participants exceeds the maximum number listed above, the Promoter may decide in its absolute discretion to split a particular Competition. The Promoter reserves the right to merge a Competition with any other Competition conducted by the Promoter prior to the commencement of the first Round of the Season.
9. A player cannot be merged from one competition to another competition after round 4.
10. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize (Participant who finishes with the highest Score at the completion of the Season) – 48% of the relevant Competition prize pool;
2nd prize (Participant who finishes with second highest Score at the completion of the Season) – 22% of the relevant Competition prize pool;
3rd prize (Participant who finishes with the third highest Score at the completion of the Season) – 12% of the relevant Competition prize pool;
2nd Half Competition (Participant who finishes with the highest Score starting round 13 up to and including the completion of the Season) – 18% of the relevant Competition prize pool.
11. Entry into a Competition is considered to occur when a Participant registers for a Competition online.
12. The Promoter reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
13. To enter a Competition a Participant must first register as follows:
a) make payment at any Local Branch across Australia; and
b) register their details via the on-line registration form located on the Web Site.
14. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
15. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
16. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
17. If a Participant:
a) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
b) does not submit any tips into a Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
c) enters a Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
18. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
a) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
b) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin rule (rule 15). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
19. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
a) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
b) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin rule (rule 15). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
20. In the event of a Match in a given Round being drawn, cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
21. All cash prizes will be sent by the Promoter to the Participant by cheque within 28 days after the conclusion of the season.
22. All prize winners will be notified in writing and their names published on the Web Site. All Participants consent to their name being published on the Web Site.
23. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
24. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
25. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with a Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
a) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
b) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
c) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(i) in connection with a Participant’s participation in a Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(ii) otherwise relating to the conduct of a Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
d) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
e) any variation in the value of any prize; or
f) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
26. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in a Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with a Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information. Information about Participants will not be used by the Promoter and related companies, for the purposes of carrying out marketing, planning, product development and direct mail, telemarketing and promotional campaigns.
27. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in a Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
28. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
29. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
30. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
31. The Promoter is Reece Group (ABN A.B.N. 84 004 097 090) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Country: Australia
Code: AFL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee to Local Branch Competition: $25 Inc GST
Commencement date: 23 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 27 August 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
Local Branch Competition:
Depends on the number of Participants.
Total prize value (AUD$): Depends on the number of Participants.

Rules of Reece, Actrol & Metalflex Local Branch NRL Footy Tipping Competitions 2017
32. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the National Rugby League.
“Competition” means a Reece, Actrol, Metalflex ‘Local Branch’ Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Reece, Actrol, Metalflex trading account holder or an employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of that Code, in a Season.
“Local Branch” means the branch of the Promoter that has been allocated to the Participant by the Promoter for the purpose of a Competition.
'Participant” means a person who is eligible to participate in a Competition and registers for or participates in the competition.
“Promoter” Reece Pty Ltd ACN 004097090, AC Components Pty Ltd ACN 134 588 935, Actrol Parts Pty Ltd ACN 142 654 564
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
“Staff” means any current Reece, Actrol, Metalflex employee or family member of current employee.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
33. The sole purpose of the Competition is to promote comradery between Customers and Staff.
34. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 03/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 04/09/2017.
35. The Competition is open to Reece Group Customers, their employees, Reece Group and Staff family members. Entry is not open to the general public. Customers are not eligible to enter any Local Branch Competitions located in the Australian Capital Territory.
36. The fee for Entry into a Competition is $25 (“Fee”). Payment must be made in order to be eligible to register for the Competition. Customers can either charge this to their account or pay in cash at their Local Branch. Staff must pay this amount in cash at their Local Branch. If the Fee is outstanding by the end of Round 4 of the Season, the Participant may be disqualified at the sole discretion of the Promoter.
37. To enter a Competition a Participant must register at their local branch and pay the Fee.
38. Each Competition has a maximum of :
a. 200 Participants for a particular Competition located in Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory;
b. 400 Participants for a particular Competition located in Western Australia and Tasmania;
c. 80 Participants for a particular Competition located in Queensland and South Australia;

39. In the event that the number of Participants exceeds the maximum number listed above, the Promoter may decide in its absolute discretion to split a particular Competition. The Promoter reserves the right to merge a Competition with any other Competition conducted by the Promoter prior to the commencement of the first Round of the Season.
40. A player cannot be merged from one competition to another competition after round 4.
41. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize (Participant who finishes with the highest Score at the completion of the Season) – 48% of the relevant Competition prize pool;
2nd prize (Participant who finishes with second highest Score at the completion of the Season) – 22% of the relevant Competition prize pool;
3rd prize (Participant who finishes with the third highest Score at the completion of the Season) – 12% of the relevant Competition prize pool;
2nd Half Competition (Participant who finishes with the highest Score starting round 14 up to and including the completion of the Season) – 18% of the relevant Competition prize pool.
42. Entry into a Competition is considered to occur when a Participant registers for a Competition online.
43. The Promoter reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
44. To enter a Competition a Participant must first register as follows:
c) make payment at any Local Branch across Australia; and
d) register their details via the on-line registration form located on the Web Site.
45. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
46. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
47. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
48. If a Participant:
d) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
e) does not submit any tips into a Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
f) enters a Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
49. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
c) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
d) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin rule (rule 15). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
50. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
c) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
d) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin rule (rule 15). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
51. In the event of a Match in a given Round being drawn, cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
52. All cash prizes will be sent by the Promoter to the Participant by cheque within 28 days after the conclusion of the Season.
53. All prize winners will be notified in writing and their names published on the Web Site. All Participants consent to their name being published on the Web Site.
54. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
55. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
56. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with a Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
g) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
h) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
i) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(iii) in connection with a Participant’s participation in a Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(iv) otherwise relating to the conduct of a Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
j) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
k) any variation in the value of any prize; or
l) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
57. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in a Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with a Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information. Information about Participants will not be used by the Promoter and related companies, for the purposes of carrying out marketing, planning, product development and direct mail, telemarketing and promotional campaigns.
58. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in a Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
59. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
60. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
61. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
62. The Promoter is Reece Group (ABN A.B.N. 84 004 097 090) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Country: Australia
Code: NRL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee to Local Branch Competition: $25 Inc GST
Commencement date: 02 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 04 September 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
Local Branch Competition:
Depends on the number of Participants.
Total prize value (AUD$): Depends on the number of Participants.

National Customer Competitions:
Rules of Reece National Customer AFL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
63. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Reece National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Reece trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Reece Pty Ltd ACN 004097090
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
64. Employees of the Promoter are not eligible to enter the Competition.
65. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 24/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 28/08/2017.
66. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at your local Reece branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
67. Entry to the Competition is Free.
68. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
4th prize - Participant who finishes with the fourth highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
5th prize - Participant who finishes with the fifth highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
69. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
70. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
71. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
72. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
73. If a Participant:
g) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
h) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
i) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
74. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
e) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
f) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
75. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
e) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
f) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
76. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
77. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
78. All prize winners’ names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 31 August 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
79. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
80. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
81. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
m) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
n) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
o) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(v) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(vi) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
p) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
q) any variation in the value of any prize; or
r) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
82. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
83. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au). To unsubscribe from the mail list at any time email stop to trade.update@reece.com.au. Customers will not be charged for any text messages sent to them by the promoter.
84. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
85. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
86. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
87. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
88. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
89. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
90. All winners will be determined by the 28th August 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Reece Plumbing Pty Ltd, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125. Redraw winners will be notified in writing, and will have their details published in The Australian on Friday 2/12/16.
91. The Promoter is Reece Pty Ltd (ABN A.B.N. 84 004 097 090) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Permit Numbers: ACT Permit No: ACT TP 16/0236, NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10348
Country: Australia
Code: AFL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 23 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 28 August 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
National Competition 2017 RRP
Customer
National First Prize AFL
Milwaukee M12 & M18 Power tools pack $10,000
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (314884) - $999
Hitachi 55" LCD TV - U2556200 - $1,098
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00

Customer
National Second Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $5,000
JB-HIFI Voucher $200
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00

Customer
National Third Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $2,500
Apple iPad mini 2 36GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

Customer
National Fourth Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $1,000 $1,000.00
Apple iPad mini 2 36GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

Customer
National Fifth Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $500

Total prize value (AUD$): $22,600.00


Rules of Reece National Customer NRL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
92. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Reece National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Reece trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Reece Pty Ltd ACN 004097090
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
93. Employees of the Promoter are not eligible to enter the Competition.
94. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 03/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 04/09/2017.
95. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at their local Reece branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
96. Entry to the Competition is Free.
97. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
4th prize - Participant who finishes with the fourth highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
5th prize - Participant who finishes with the fifth highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
98. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
99. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
100. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
101. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
102. If a Participant:
j) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
k) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
l) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
103. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
g) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
h) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
104. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
g) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
h) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
105. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
106. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
107. All prize winners names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 07 September 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
108. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
109. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
110. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
s) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
t) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
u) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(vii) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(viii) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
v) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
w) any variation in the value of any prize; or
x) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
111. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
112. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au). To unsubscribe from the mail list at any time email stop to trade.update@reece.com.au. Customers will not be charged for any text messages sent to them by the promoter.
113. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
114. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
115. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
116. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
117. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
118. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
119. All winners will be determined by the 4th September 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Reece Plumbing Pty Ltd, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125. Redraw winners will be notified in writing, and will have their details published in The Australian on Friday 2/12/16.
120. The Promoter is Reece Pty Ltd (ABN A.B.N. 84 004 097 090) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Permit Numbers: ACT Permit No: ACT TP 16/0237, NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10349
Country: Australia
Code: NRL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 02 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 04 September 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
National Competition 2017 RRP

Customer
National First Prize NRL
Milwaukee M12 & M18 Power tools pack $10,000
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (314884) - $999
Hitachi 55" LCD TV - U2556200 - $1,098
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00


Customer
National Second Prize
AFL Milwaukee Power tools pack $5,000
JB-HIFI Voucher $200
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00

Customer
National Third Prize
AFL Milwaukee Power tools pack $2,500
Apple iPad mini 2 36GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

Customer
National Fourth Prize
AFL Milwaukee Power tools pack $1,000
Apple iPad mini 2 36GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

Customer
National Fifth Prize
AFL Milwaukee Power tools pack $500

Total prize value (AUD$): $22,600.00

National Staff Competitions:
Rules of Reece National Staff NRL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
121. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the National Rugby League.
“Competition” means the Reece National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Reece trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Reece Pty Ltd ACN 004097090
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
122. Entry is open to Reece employees and immediate family members only
123. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 03/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 04/09/2017.
124. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at their local Reece branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
125. Entry to the Competition is Free.
126. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
127. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
128. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
129. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
130. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
131. If a Participant:
m) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
n) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
o) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
132. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
i) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
j) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
133. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
i) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
j) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
134. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
135. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
136. All prize winners names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 07 September 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
137. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
138. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
139. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
y) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
z) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
aa) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(ix) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(x) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
bb) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
cc) any variation in the value of any prize; or
dd) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
140. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
141. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au).
142. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
143. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
144. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
145. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
146. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
147. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
148. All winners will be determined by the 4th September 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Reece Plumbing Pty Ltd, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125.
149. The Promoter is Reece Pty Ltd (ABN A.B.N. 84 004 097 090) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.
Permit Numbers: NSW Permit No: LTPS/15/09825
Country: Australia
Code: NRL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 03 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 04 September 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:

Staff 2017
National Staff First Prize NRL
Hitachi 55" LCD TV - U2556200 - $1,098
Zero-X Drone - ZX-RVP - $199
Apple Ipad Mini 2 32GB (Silver) - ME280X/A- $355.00

Staff
National Staff Second Prize NRL
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Staff
National Staff Third Prize NRL
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

Total prize value (AUD$): $2,601.00

Rules of Reece National Staff AFL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
150. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Reece National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Reece trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Reece Pty Ltd ACN 004097090
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
151. Entry is open to Reece employees and immediate family members only.
152. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 24/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 28/08/2017.
153. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at their local Reece branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
154. Entry to the Competition is Free.
155. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
156. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
157. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
158. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
159. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
160. If a Participant:
p) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
q) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
r) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
161. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
k) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
l) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
162. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
k) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
l) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
163. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
164. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
165. All prize winners names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 31 August 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
166. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
167. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
168. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
ee) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
ff) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
gg) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(xi) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(xii) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
hh) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
ii) any variation in the value of any prize; or
jj) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
169. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
170. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au).
171. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
172. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
173. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
174. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
175. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
176. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
177. All winners will be determined by the 28th August 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Reece Plumbing Pty Ltd, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125.
178. The Promoter is Reece Pty Ltd (ABN A.B.N. 84 004 097 090) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.
Permit Numbers: NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10348
Country: Australia
Code: AFL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 23 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 28 August 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
Staff 2017
National Staff First Prize AFL
Hitachi 55" LCD TV - U2556200 - $1,098
Zero-X Drone - ZX-RVP - $199
Apple Ipad Mini 2 32GB (Silver) - ME280X/A- $355.00

Staff
National Staff Second Prize AFL
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Staff
National Staff Third Prize AFL
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

Total prize value (AUD$): $2,601.00

Rules of Actrol National Customer AFL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
179. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Actrol National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Actrol trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Actrol Parts Pty Ltd ACN 142 654 564
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
180. Employees of the Promoter are not eligible to enter the Competition.
181. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 24/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 28/08/2017.
182. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at your local Actrol branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
183. Entry to the Competition is Free.
184. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
185. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
186. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
187. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
188. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
189. If a Participant:
s) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
t) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
u) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
190. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
m) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
n) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
191. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
m) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
n) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
192. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
193. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
194. All prize winners’ names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 31 August 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
195. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
196. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
197. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
kk) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
ll) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
mm) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(xiii) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(xiv) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
nn) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
oo) any variation in the value of any prize; or
pp) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
198. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
199. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au). To unsubscribe from the mail list at any time email stop to trade.update@reece.com.au. Customers will not be charged for any text messages sent to them by the promoter.
200. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
201. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
202. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
203. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
204. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
205. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
206. All winners will be determined by the 28 August 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Actrol Support Centre, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125. Redraw winners will be notified in writing, and will have their details published in The Australian on Friday 2/12/16.
207. The Promoter is Actrol partsPty Ltd (ABN A.B.N 93 142 654 564) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Permit Numbers: ACT Permit No: ACT TP 16/0239, NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10352
Country: Australia
Code: AFL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 23 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 28 August 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
National Competition 2017 RRP

Customer
National First Prize AFL

Milwaukee Power Tools Pack $ 1,250
Hitachi 55" LCD TV - U2556200 - $1,098.00
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Customer
National Second Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $500
Milwaukee Bar Fridge - $200
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00

Customer
National Third Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $250 $250.00
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00

Total prize value (AUD$): $5,000.00


Rules of Actrol National Customer NRL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
208. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Actrol National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Actrol trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Actrol Parts Pty Ltd ACN 142 654 564
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
209. Employees of the Promoter are not eligible to enter the Competition.
210. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 03/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 04/09/2017.
211. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at their local Actrol branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
212. Entry to the Competition is Free.
213. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
214. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
215. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
216. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
217. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
218. If a Participant:
v) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
w) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
x) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
219. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
o) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
p) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
220. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
o) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
p) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
221. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
222. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
223. All prize winners names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 07 September 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
224. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
225. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
226. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
qq) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
rr) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
ss) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(xv) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(xvi) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
tt) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
uu) any variation in the value of any prize; or
vv) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
227. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
228. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au). To unsubscribe from the mail list at any time email stop to trade.update@reece.com.au. Customers will not be charged for any text messages sent to them by the promoter.
229. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
230. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
231. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
232. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
233. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
234. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
235. All winners will be determined by the 4th September 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Actrol Support Centre Pty Ltd, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125. Redraw winners will be notified in writing, and will have their details published in The Australian on Friday 2/12/16.
236. The Promoter is Actrol Parts Pty Ltd (ABN A.B.N.93 142 654 564) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Permit Numbers: ACT Permit No: ACT TP LTPS/16/10351, NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10351
Country: Australia
Code: NRL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 03 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 04 September 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
National Competition 2017 RRP
Customer

National First Prize NRL
Milwaukee Power Tools Pack $ 1,250
Hitachi 55" LCD TV - U2556200 - $1,098.00
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Customer
National Second Prize NRL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $500 $500.00
Milwaukee Bar Fridge - $200
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00

Customer
National Third Prize NRL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $250 $250.00
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00

Total prize value (AUD$): $5,000.00

Rules of Actrol National Staff AFL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
237. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Actrol National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Actrol trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Actrol Parts Pty Ltd ACN 142 654 564
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
238. Employees of the Promoter are not eligible to enter the Competition.
239. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 24/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 28/08/2017.
240. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at your local Actrol branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
241. Entry to the Competition is Free.
242. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
243. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
244. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
245. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
246. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
247. If a Participant:
y) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
z) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
aa) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
248. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
q) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
r) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
249. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
q) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
r) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
250. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
251. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
252. All prize winners’ names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 31 August 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
253. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
254. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
255. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
ww) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
xx) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
yy) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(xvii) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(xviii) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
zz) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
aaa) any variation in the value of any prize; or
bbb) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
256. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
257. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au). To unsubscribe from the mail list at any time email stop to trade.update@reece.com.au. Customers will not be charged for any text messages sent to them by the promoter.
258. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
259. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
260. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
261. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
262. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
263. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
264. All winners will be determined by the 28th August 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Actrol Support Centre, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125. Redraw winners will be notified in writing, and will have their details published in The Australian on Friday 2/12/16.
265. The Promoter is Actrol partsPty Ltd (ABN A.B.N 93 142 654 564) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Permit Numbers: NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10352
Country: Australia
Code: AFL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 24 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 28 August 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
National Competition 2017 RRP
Staff

National Staff First Prize AFL
Zero-X Drone - $199
Apple iPad mini 2 16GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

National Staff Second Prize AFL
Apple iPad mini 2 16GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00


National Staff Third Prize AFL
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Total prize value (AUD$): $1,135


Rules of Actrol National Staff NRL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
266. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the National Rugby League.
“Competition” means the Actrol National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current A ctrol trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” Actrol Parts Pty Ltd ACN 134 588 935
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
267. Entry is open to Actrol employees and immediate family members only
268. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 03/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 04/09/2017.
269. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at their local Actrol branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
270. Entry to the Competition is Free.
271. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
272. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
273. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
274. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
275. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
276. If a Participant:
bb) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
cc) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
dd) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
277. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
s) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
t) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
278. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
s) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
t) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
279. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
280. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
281. All prize winners names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 07 September 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
282. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
283. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
284. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
ccc) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
ddd) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
eee) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(xix) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(xx) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
fff) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
ggg) any variation in the value of any prize; or
hhh) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
285. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
286. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.reece.com.au).
287. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
288. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
289. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
290. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
291. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
292. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
293. All winners will be determined by the 4th September 2017 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Reece Plumbing Pty Ltd, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125.
294. The Promoter is ACTROL Parts Pty Ltd ( A.B.N. 93 142 654 564) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.
Permit Numbers: NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10351
Country: Australia
Code: NRL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free
Commencement date: 02 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 04 September 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
Customer 2017

National Staff First Prize NRL
Zero-X Drone - $199
Apple iPad mini 2 16GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

National Staff Second Prize NRL
Apple iPad mini 2 16GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $355.00

National Staff Third Prize NRL
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Total prize value (AUD$): $1,135

Rules of Metalflex National Customer AFL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
295. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Metalflex National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Metalflex trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” AC Components Pty Ltd ACN 134 588 935
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
296. Employees of the Promoter are not eligible to enter the Competition.
297. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 24/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 28/08/2017.
298. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at your local Metalflex branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
299. Entry to the Competition is Free.
300. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
301. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
302. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
303. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
304. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
305. If a Participant:
ee) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
ff) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
gg) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
306. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
u) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
v) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
307. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
u) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
v) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
308. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
309. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
310. All prize winners’ names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 31 August 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
311. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
312. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
313. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
iii) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
jjj) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
kkk) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(xxi) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(xxii) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
lll) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
mmm) any variation in the value of any prize; or
nnn) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
314. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
315. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.metalflex.com.au). To unsubscribe from the mail list at any time email stop to trade.update@reece.com.au. Customers will not be charged for any text messages sent to them by the promoter.
316. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
317. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
318. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
319. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
320. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
321. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
322. All winners will be determined by the 28th of August 2015 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Metalflex Support Centre, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125. Redraw winners will be notified in writing, and will have their details published in The Australian on Friday 2/12/16.
323. The Promoter is AC Components Pty Ltd (ABN A.B.N 69 134 588 935) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Permit Numbers: ACT Permit No: ACT TP 16/0238 NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10351
Country: Australia
Code: AFL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free

Commencement date: 23 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 28 August 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
National Competition 2017 RRP

Customer
National First Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power Tools Pack $ 1,500
Hitachi 55" LCD TV - U2556200 - $1,098.00
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Customer
National Second Prize AFL
Milwaukee Power tools pack $1000
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00

Customer
National Third Prize
AFL Milwaukee Power tools pack $500
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00

Total prize value (AUD$): $5,800.00



Rules of Metalflex National Staff AFL Footy Tipping Competition 2017
324. In these Terms & Conditions of Entry, unless the contrary intention appears, the following words and phrases have the meanings set out opposite them:
“Away Team” means the team that is listed by the Code as playing away from their home ground.
'Code' means the Australian Football League.
“Competition” means the Metalflex National Customer Footy Tipping Competition 2017 in respect of the Code whereby winning entries are based on the Results of Matches at the conclusion of the Season.
“Customer” means any current Metalflex trading account holder or employee of account holder.
'Match' means a single game conducted by the Code, between member teams of the Code, in a Season;
'Participant' means a person who is eligible to participate in the Competition and registers for or participates in the Competition.
“Promoter” AC Components Pty Ltd ACN 134 588 935
'Results' are the results of Matches as officially determined by the Code in accordance with the rules of the Code following the completion of a Round.
'Round' means a round of the Code conducted during the Code's Season.
“Season” means the series of ‘home and away’ Matches (as indicated otherwise on the Web Site) for the Code in 2017 but excludes any finals.
'Score' means the allocation of points to a Participant for the correct selection of a Match.
'Web Site' means the Web Site for the Competition accessible on the Internet through the World Wide Web.
325. Employees of the Promoter are not eligible to enter the Competition.
326. The Competition opens at 07.00am Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (“AEDST”) on Thursday 24/03/2017 and will conclude at 11.00pm Sunday 28/08/2017.
327. To enter the Competition, a Participant must register at your local Metalflex branch. A Participant may only enter the Competition once.
328. Entry to the Competition is Free.
329. Competition Prize allocation is as follows:
1st prize - Participant who finishes with the highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
2nd prize - Participant who finishes with second highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
3rd prize - Participant who finishes with the third highest Score of the Competition at the end of the Season
330. The Promoter, reserves the right not to accept registration from any Participant if the registration contains anything slanderous or defamatory or is otherwise unsightly in any way, as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion. Likewise, the Participant’s participation in the Competition can be withdrawn due to unsightly conduct during the course of the Competition, or after the Competition has ended but before the prizes have been awarded, at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
331. Participants will be allocated one (1) point towards their Score for each correct selection. (1) point is automatically allocated if the result of a match is a draw. There are no points awarded for an incorrect tip.
332. Margin Rule: For each round a game is nominated (usually the first game of each round) to be the margin game. Each tipper must select the winning margin of the winning team that has been tipped. An accumulative total of each entrant’s margin score is recorded each week for the duration of the season. In the case of two entrants being tied on the same score at any stage of the season, position of ranking will be determined by the entrant with the lower accumulative total margin.
333. A Participant may make or change a tip for a given Match in a Round at any time prior to the scheduled starting time of that Match.
334. If a Participant:
hh) does not submit a tip for a given Match in a Round, then the Participant's tip for that Match will be deemed to be for the Away Team.
ii) does not submit any tips into the Competition for a given Round, the Participant's tips for that Round will be deemed to be for the Away Teams.
jj) enters the Competition after the commencement of the first Round, then the Participant’s tips for those Rounds that have been completed will deemed as 0 for each round prior to entry.
335. In order to determine the results in each Round, Participants will be ranked:
w) firstly by their Score, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
x) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The weekly rankings for a given Round will be determined no later than 72 hours after the last Match of the particular Round has ended.
336. The ranking of end of Season place winners will be determined:
w) firstly, by the Participant’s total Score for all Rounds, where the highest Score has the highest rank;
x) then, in the case of a tie, by each Participant’s score being the same, Participants will be ranked by the Margin Rule (rule 9). In the case of a further tie, Participants will be ranked by who entered into the Competition first.
The end of Season rankings will be determined no later than 72 hours after the final Round of the Season has been completed.
337. In the event of a Match in a given Round being cancelled, abandoned, not completed or not played for any reason and the Code does not official declare a Result within 3 days of the date of the Match was originally scheduled to be played, it is treated as a win for both teams competing in the Match.
338. All prize winners will be notified in writing within 2 days of the conclusion of the Season. The Promoter will within one month after the end of the Season deliver the prizes to the prize winners.
339. All prize winners’ names will be published in the Australian Newspaper on 31 August 2017. All Participants consent to their names being published in the Australian Newspaper.
340. Any cost associated with accessing the Web Site is the Participant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. A Participant electing to access the Web Site via wireless platforms for the purpose of registering for a Competition and/or entering tips may be subject to content service fees imposed by its telecommunications provider. No revenue sharing or commission arrangement exists between the Promoter and the telecommunications provider in relation to any such transactions.
341. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of registrations and tips and the eligibility of applicants and Participants (including an applicant’s or Participant’s identity, age and place of residence, or whether or not they constitute a Customer) and to disqualify any Participant who submits a registration or tip that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions of Entry or who tampers with the registration or tipping processes. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
342. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its agencies associated with this Competition (including their respective officers, employees and agents) are not liable and do not accept responsibility for:
ooo) a Participant's tips that are not received or which are received and subsequently corrupted or rejected by the Web Site, whether or not after receipt by the Promoter;
ppp) any lost, misdirected or corrupt emails to or from the Web Site;
qqq) any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct, indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained:
(xxiii) in connection with a Participant’s participation in the Competition or the taking of a place or prize; or
(xxiv) otherwise relating to the conduct of the Competition however caused, including but not limited to failure of the Web Site service or incorrect or corrupt data supplied by the Promoter to a Participant.
rrr) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
sss) any variation in the value of any prize; or
ttt) any tax liability incurred by a Participant or prize winner.
343. Information about Participants is used by the Promoter to assess and process registration in the Competition. If an applicant does not provide the required information, the Promoter cannot process the registration. All entries become the property of the Promoter and will be entered into a database. Information emanating from the Participant's participation in the Competition is used by the Promoter and its contractors associated with this Competition, including but not limited to ExtraCorp Pty Ltd ABN 40 091 402 327 (“ExtraCorp”), for the determination of winners and distribution of prizes, if any, awarded to a Participant. Participants consent to publishing their name and Score in the results section of the Web Site and as otherwise set out in these Terms and Condition of Entry. The Promoter will not be held responsible for any loss of reputation, status or otherwise in connection with a Participant's tipping selections and consequential results. It is a condition of entry that Participants consent to these uses and disclosures of their information.
344. Unless you have marked the “opt-out” box upon entering the Competition you also agree to the Promoter storing and using your personal information for marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging. For more information about the Promoter’s privacy practices, to request access to or correct your personal information held by the Promoter, view the Promoter’s Privacy Policy at www.metalflex.com.au). To unsubscribe from the mail list at any time email stop to trade.update@reece.com.au. Customers will not be charged for any text messages sent to them by the promoter.
345. Notwithstanding the Promoter's rights under these terms to not accept or to subsequently disqualify a Participant, the Promoter will not be liable for any legal action arising out of any Participant’s name or postings on the Web Site being slanderous, defamatory or unsightly to the public at large, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. By participating in the Competition, each Participant agrees to indemnify the Promoter, its agents, contractors and related companies from any legal action, claim or dispute arising in relation thereto.
346. In the event there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
347. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable without the consent of the Promoter and cannot be taken as cash. If the Promoter is unable to provide any winner with a nominated prize, the Promoter reserves the right to supply an alternative prize of similar monetary value subject to any State and Territory regulations. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in prize values.
348. A Participant cannot transfer their rights under these rules to any third party.
349. By entering into the Competition, the Participant agrees and acknowledges that if they win a prize:
a. the Participant may be contacted by the Promoter to provide comments about the Competition and the Promoter (or an agent of the Promoter) may take photos of the winner;
b. the Promoter may use such comments or photos (the 'Materials') for the Promoter's future promotional and marketing purposes without further reference or compensation to the Participant;
c. the Promoter may duplicate, alter, adapt and utilise the Materials as the Promoter wishes at anytime, anywhere, and by any means. The Promoter may license, authorise or otherwise transfer the rights in the Materials to others to do the same;
d. the Participant acknowledges that, by entering the Competition, the Participant grants to the Promoter on creation of the Materials a royalty free, perpetual, exclusive and irrevocable licence to use the Materials for whatever purpose;
e. the Participant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission that would otherwise infringe any of the Participant's moral rights in the Materials (as defined in Part IX of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)) and present and future rights of a similar nature conferred by statute anywhere in the world whether occurring before or after this consent is given ('Moral Rights');
f. the Participant waives all Moral Rights in the Materials that arise outside Australia; and
g. the Participant agrees not to institute, maintain or support any claim or proceeding for infringement of the Participant's Moral Rights in the Materials.
350. The Promoter shall not be liable for any manufacturer defects in prizes or for any loss, damage or personal injury whatsoever which is suffered or sustained (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) as a result of taking a prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
351. All winners will be determined by the 29th 2015 by the Footy Tipping Software as governed and provided by ExtraCorp Pty Ltd, 339 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051. In the event of a prize being unclaimed, a redraw will held at 12.00pm on Tuesday the 29th November 2017 at Metalflex Support Centre, 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria,3125. Redraw winners will be notified in writing, and will have their details published in The Australian on Friday 2/12/16.
352. The Promoter is AC Components Pty Ltd (69 134 588 935) of 118 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125.

Permit Numbers: ACT Permit No: ACT TP 16/0238 NSW Permit No: LTPS/16/10351
Country: Australia
Code: AFL
Season: 2017 Home and Away Season
Entry Fee Free

Commencement date: 23 March 2017
Closing date (beginning of final match of the Season): 28 August 2017
Are draws allowed as a tip: No
Competition Prizes:
National Competition 2017 RRP

Staff
National First Prize AFL
Zero-X Raven Drone with Controller $199.00
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00



Staff
National Second Prize AFL
Apple iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi (Silver) $368.00


Staff
National Third Prize
JB-HIFI Voucher $200

Total prize value (AUD$): $1,135.00

353. Google is not involved in this contest in any way.
354. Apple is not involved in this contest in any way.