Challenge Ladder Rules 2018

Bowls Ladder Rules

The objective is for each player to climb the ladder by challenging players higher up

The ladder is open to all paid up members,

You may challenge anyone up to two places higher than yourself.  Put game onto rink booking sheet and on challenge ladder sheet above.

Games are played to 21. To eliminate the need for a marker the jack is placed between the tee and the third spot from the T, by the winner of the previous end and the players can set the mat as they wish provided it is at least 23 metres

No player will be allowed to walk to the head or get information from any other person during the game.

If the Jack goes out of the confines of the rink including the ditch, it is a dead end. Replay the end from the same end.

Once a person is challenged a game MUST be arranged within seven playing days and played OUTSIDE of rollup times (Mon/ Wed /Sat 9-11), however, if you wish to come down and try and see if a rink is available then that is fine, BUT roll ups take priority. Anyone refusing a challenge will be moved to the bottom of the board

A member can only have one challenge pending at any one time.

If a game has to be cancelled due to weather then it should be completed within one week.

If the higher placed person wins there is no change. Should you challenge and lose, you must then challenge and play someone else before challenging the same person again.

If the challenger is the winner of the game, they will swop positions with the person they have played.

Anyone who doesn’t play a game in a calendar month drops down two positions at the end of that month.

Players can change the cards on the board straight after the match. Score cards to be put in box.

The winner will be the person at the top of the ladder on finals day November 24th 2018.

All games to be played under the Laws of the Sport of Bowls (current Crystal Mark Edition)

Disputes during the match: If an independent decision is needed a club member, agreed by both competitors, can be consulted. Their decision is final.

Any player/ team breaking the Club or Competition rules will be referred to the Club Captain Dress code:  Club shirts with whites

open singles 2018

 

 

OPEN SINGLES 2018

PRELIM 5TH/22ND SEPT

ROUND 1 22ND SEPT/13THOCT

QTR FINAL 14TH OCT/3RD NOV

SEMI FINAL 3RD/18TH NOV

FINAL 24TH NOV

CLIVE

CLIVE

CLIVE

 

 

DANNY

NICK

NICK

HERBIE

ELAINE

ELAINE

LOUKAS

ANNE

 

LOUKAS

 

MIKE W

MIKE W

PAUL

 

BOB

 

BARRY

PAUL

 

PAUL

 

JIMMY

GEOFF

 

 

 

GEOFF

 

GORDON

 GORDON

 

NIGEL

 

MIKE D

MIKE D.

MIKE D.

 

BRIAN R

 

CHRIS B

CHRIS B.

 

CHRIS M

 

 

 

Club Competition rules 2018 September 4th to December 31st.

  • All games to be played under the Laws of the Sport of Bowls(current Crystal Mark Edition )
  • All competitors must be paid up members for the duration of the Competition
  • First named competitor, in the knockout competition, will be responsible for arranging the game. They must contact their opponent within FIVE days of the start of the round. A mutual agreeable date should then be arranged. Any problems with this, talk directly to club captain.
  • All singles games to be played by the end date of the round. No exceptions. Games can be played earlier than start date of round if both players agree.
  • Substitutes are allowed in the triples competition.  A team can only use the same person once in the whole competition. Anyone not in a team can be a substitute and be used by different teams.
  • Saturday open drawn triples to be played only on Saturday mornings, unless inclement weather intervenes. Matches will commence at 9.00a.m. Trial ends must be completed by this time.
  • Weather interruption: If fewer than 11 ends played the match is rescheduled ASAP and continues from existing score and ends and to be played on the same rink. If 12 or more ends played, that is the final score. Points and shots awarded to the winning team.
  • Triples played to 18 ends , singles first to score 21
  • Single matches-markers.  In the first instance the club’s Bowls Cyprus markers should be used for all singles matches. If they are unavailable other club members may be used.
  • Toss of a coin will determine who casts the jack
  • Trial ends are optional
  • Re-spotting the jack-if the jack is sent out of play by the players on your rink, then it goes back on the tee or as near to it as possible.
  • Dead ends-if the head/ jack is disturbed by other means then the skips can choose either to replace the head or declare the end dead. Dead ends are replayed in the same direction.
  • Rink of play to be drawn on the day for singles. Saturday triples matches are allocated rinks.
  • Score cards:  must be signed by both players for singles and the skips in triples and must include finish time and be placed in box, in men’s changing room, for the competition coordinator
  • If the match is forfeited prior to play the other team /player is awarded the match and the points but no shots.
  • Disputes: in Triples refer to the skip, singles to the marker. Any further dispute, after the match please refer to club captain.
  • Any player/team breaking the Club or Competition rules may be penalized by the Committee
  • Dress code:  Club shirts with whites.

 

Mens 2 BOWL

Round 1

5TH SEPT TO 22ND SEPT

Round 2

22ND SEPT TO 13TH OCT

SEMI FINALS

14TH OCT TO 18TH NOV

 

1  MIKE D.

 

 

       NICK P.

 

 

 

  NICK P.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   GEOFF-CONGRATS.

2  NICK P.

 

3 LOUKAS P.

 

 

       BOB S.

4  BOB S.

 

5 PAUL C.

 

 

       PAUL C.

 

 

 

  PAUL.

6  GRAHAM

 

7 JIMMY S.

 

 

 

  JIMMY

8 NIGEL

 

9  GORDON W.

 

 

   BARRY

 

 

    

  GEOFF

10 BARRY W.

 

11  GEOFF S.

 

 

     GEOFF.

12 HERBIE M.

 

13 DANNY M.

 

 

     DANNY

 

 

       KEN.

14BRIAN R. 

 

15 KEN T.

 

 

  KEN

16 DAVID H.

 

Sat Triples

TRIPLES

Saturday

15th sept

Saturday

29th sept

Saturday

6th oct

Saturday

20th oct

Saturday

27th oct

Saturday

10th nov

Saturday

17th nov

Game 1

1V2

4V3

2V6

6V1

3V1

2V7

8V2

Game 2

4V7

5V2

4V1

7V5

4V2

5V4

5V1

Game 3

3V8

7V1

8V7

2V3

5V8

6V3

6V4

Game 4

6V5

8V6

5V3

4V8

6V7

1V8

7V3

 

 

 

Team 1

Team 2

Team 3

Team 4

Team 5

Team 6

Team 7

Team 8

CHRIS M.                              

DOROTHY

MIKE D.

NIGEL

JAYNE

GRAHAM

GORDON

DAVE H

NICK

ANNE

GEOFF

BOB S.

PAUL

STAN

DANNY

PAT

TONY

HERBIE

MICK K.

ELAINE

KEN

LOUKAS

BARRY

CLIVE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEN'S 4 BOWL

MENS 4 BOWL 2018

PRELIM 5TH/22ND SEPT

ROUND 1 22ND SEPT/13TH OCT

QTR FINAL 14TH OCT/3RD NOV

SEMI FINAL 4TH/18TH NOV

FINAL 24TH NOV

PAUL

PAUL

PAUL

 

 

GORDON

MIKE D

GEOFF

GEOFF

FRANK

NICK

BRIAN R.

NICK

 

BRIAN R

 

CHRIS M.

CHRIS M.

LOUKAS

 

STAN

 

MIKE W

LOUKAS

 

LOUKAS

 

CLIVE

CLIVE

 

 

 

BARRY

 

BOB  w/0

NIGEL

 

NIGEL

 

DAVID H

DAVID H.

 

 

JIMMY

 

DANNY w/o

DANNY

 

HERBIE

 

 

 

 

ladies two bowl round robin

Ladies two bowl 2018

 

This competition is to run as a round robin between:

  1. Jayne
  2. Jan
  3. Elaine
  4. Dot
  5. Barbie

Each player will play each other once. The winner will be the player who wins the most games. In the event that 2 or more players win the same amount of games, then shot difference will determine the winner. If a winner cannot be found after this, then the head to head result will determine the winner.

 

Ladies 4 bowl

This competition will be run as two leagues of 4 players. The winner of each league will play each other in the final. In the event that 2 or more players win the same amount of games, shot difference will determine the winner. If a winner cannot be found after this, then the head to head result will determine the winner.

Pleases see chart on notice board for who is in which league.