The ONCS winner of 2019 is ALEMBIC!
All ONCS victories since the first edition in 1988.
In general, the teams are randomly arranged in poules on the first day of sports. On the second day, the winners from different poules play against each other. The match schedules for the second day of sports will be available on the morning of that day, both digitally and on paper. Some sports will be played as a two-day competition, in this case the final ranking of the poule will be maintained.
The amount of points that can be earned per sport is equal to the total number of participating teams of that sport, with a maximum of 16 points. The team winning first place will be awarded the maximum number of points, the team ending second will receive one point less, etc. For small team sports, all points will be doubled and for large team sports all points will be tripled. Small team sports have 3 to 5 players in a team, large team sports have 6 or more players in a team. In case of participation of multiple teams from one association, that association will only receive points for the highest-ranking team.
The final ranking will consist of the sports rankings, the beer relay, the special activity and possible points lost. In both the beer relay and special activity, only the three highest ranking associations will receive points; 25, 20, and 15, respectively.
|1988||De CB||De CB|
|1992||De CB||De CB|
|2000||De CB||De CB|
|2001||Nicolas Appert||Nicolas Appert|
|2003||De CB||De CB|