At the end of each event, the total points and times of each team will be recorded by the judges, and ratified by the President or Secretary of the event organising committee.
To be eligible for circuit points, the team must compete in the final, and make time at that final.
At the completion of the final event of the calendar year, the judges will determine which teams have accrued the most points for the season.
Those teams determined to have the most points shall be named Champions.
Should there be a draw, the recorded times from each of the events will be used to determine the faster of the teams, who will then be ranked above the other on the points system.
The team will take the name of the catcher.
To be eligible for points, the catcher must remain the same in all events.
The winner of the singles event will be deemed the South Australian Bronco Branding Singles Champion.
The team will take a name of their own choice.
To be eligible for points, the team name and at least one catcher must remain the same in all events.
The winner of the doubles event will be deemed the South Australian Bronco Branding Doubles Champion.
The organising committee of any South Australian Bronco Branding Circuit event may elect to have a Novice category in running of the Singles Event. In such instance, the following criteria will be standard across the circuit:
A novice competitor is defined as any person who has never won an open singles bronco branding event. if a competitor has won one (1) open singles or two (2) novice events, they are then only eligible to compete in the open singles.
Any person who enters as a Novice, and is later proved to be ineligible for Novice competition, will be banned from competing in South Australian Bronco Branding Circuit events. This person may appeal to the South Australian Bronco Branding Association, who may reverse or uphold the ban as they see fit.
Rules of the Singles Event apply to any Novice competition, though time limits may be altered by the judge and clarified prior to beginning each round.
If the novice and open competition are run together that is considered to be one of your 3 goes
If the novice event is run as a sole novice event it is not one of your 3 goes