Here are the WSC qualification for the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. You can also view this information as a PDF.
WESPAC World Championship 2019
Goa, India (15 to 20 October 2019)
Qualification: By invitation only via country selection process
The Republic of Ireland has three places allocated for its team for the WSC 2019. Northern Ireland has five places. To qualify to represent their country players need to meet residency and active player requirements during the qualifying period. The qualifying period runs from 1 October 2017 to 30 September 2019.
|Country||Republic of Ireland||Northern Ireland|
|Residency Requirements||Resident in the Republic of Ireland for two years prior to 1 October 2019 or born in the Republic of Ireland||Resident in Northern Ireland for two years prior to 1 October 2019 or born in Northern Ireland|
|Active Player Requirements||30 rated games||30 rated games|
|Other Criteria||Player must have played at least one two-day tournament on the island of Ireland during the two years prior to 1 October 2019.||Player must have played at least one two-day tournament on the island of Ireland during the two years prior to 1 October 2019.|
If you meet all of these criteria and wish to be considered for either the Ireland or Northern Ireland teams, please email AISA (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the end of the qualifying period (30 September 2019).
The highest rated players meeting these criteria (and available and willing to represent their country at the WSC) will be offered a place on their respective teams. If a place is declined it will be offered to the next highest rated player available and willing to attend.
There is no Association funding available towards this event.
All Ireland Scrabble Association