Jan`s Coaches - Bowls Cambridgeshire

Jan`s Coaches - Bowls Cambridgeshire

BOWLS

CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Handbook 2012

SECRETARY

Charles Frederick

36 Green End, Fen Ditton, Cambridge CB5 8SX

Tel: 01223 293307 (H) 07737 132 683 (M) email [email protected]

Executive Officers 2012

Dot Careless, Barbara Clutterbuck, Val Hughes, Charles Frederick, Peter Clark, Sue Alexander,

Peter Dix, John Southgate, Tony Taylor (from left to right)

Experts in fine turf maintenance.

Tailor made programs to suit your club’s budget.

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For free quotation please contact;

Chris Hunt

Phone: 01638 744134

Mobile: 07934 690 646

Email: [email protected]

Web Site: progreen-lawncare.co.uk

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Description

Officers

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Presidents Message

Affiliated Clubs

Club Council Members

Secretaries Report

Honours

Eastern Counties BA

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CONTENTS

Fixtures & dates for your diary

County Competition Notes for Competitors

Competition Draws - Championships

Competition Winners Photographs & Luncheon Advert & Order Form

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Competition Draws - Domestic

Mens County League

Ladies Competitors Directory

Mens Competitors Directory

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Constitution and Rules

Championship History

Index of advertisers

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BOWLS CAMBRIDGESHIRE OFFICERS

PRESIDENT

Sue Alexander, 26 Barkhams Lane, Littleport, Ely, Cambs., CB6 1NN

Tel: 01353 861061 (h) 07780 707691 (m) email [email protected]

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

Peter Dix, “Tall Trees” 217 Great North Road, Eaton Socon, St Neots PE19 8BN

Tel: 01480 217752 (h) 07818 033635 (m) email [email protected]

JUNIOR VICE PRESIDENT

Vacant

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT

Tony Taylor, 11 St Phillips Road, Newmarket, CB8 0ES

Tel: 01638 667359 (h) 07770 871887 (m) email [email protected]

CHAIR

Sue Alexander, 26 Barkhams Lane, Littleport, Ely, Cambs., CB6 1NN

Tel: 01353 861061 (h) 07780 707691 (m) email [email protected]

VICE CHAIR

John Southgate, 17 New River Green, Exning, Newmarket, CB8 7HS

Tel: 01638 611171 email [email protected],com

SECRETARY

Charles Frederick, 36 Green End, Fen Ditton, Cambridge, CB5 8SX

Tel: 01223 293307 (h) 07737 132683 (m) email [email protected]

MATCH SECRETARY

Barbara Clutterbuck, 8 Huttles Green, Shepreth, Cambs SG8 6PR

Tel: 01763 260592 email [email protected]

TREASURER

Val Hughes, 4 Linden Way, Haddenham, Ely CB6 1NN

Tel: 01353 740934 email [email protected]

COMPETITION SECRETARY

Dot Careless, 3 Pine Grove Park, Swavesey, Cambridge CB24 5RG

Tel: 01954 202927 (h) 07766 838386 (m) email [email protected]

CHILD PROTECTION AND VULNERABLE ADULT OFFICER

MATCH OFFICIAL (MEN)

John Southgate, 17 New River Green, Exning, Newmarket, CB8 7HS

Tel: 01638 611171 email [email protected],com

PAST PRESIDENTS

2009 Mrs Eileen Taylor (Newmarket Avenue BC), Mr Bernard Prescott (Abbey BC)

2010 Mrs Sylvia Pinder (Isleham BC)

2011 Tony Taylor (Newmarket Avenue BC)

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COMMITTEES

FINANCE

Peter Dix, (SVP), Neville Diver, Peter Human

Chair: Val Hughes

COMPETITIONS

Philip Harper-Scott, Trish Dix,

Chair: Dot Careless

League Secretary

Philip Harper-Scott, 73 Rockmill End, Willingham, Cambridge CB24 5HY

Tel: 01954 261296 (h) email [email protected]

DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL PURPOSES Chair: John Southgate

Tony Taylor, Sue Alexander, Sylvia Pinder, County Coach, Umpire co-ordinator.

MATCHES

Sue Alexander, (P), John Southgate,

Chair: Barbara Clutterbuck

Selectors Women Doreen Miller, Eileen Taylor, Doreen Smith

Senior Team Manager Charles Frederick

Junior Team Manger

Selectors Men

Senior Team Manager

Junior Team Manager

Hayley Felce

John Southgate, Peter Dix, Ian Miller

Tony Taylor

Steve Botten

Friendly selectors (all games)

Chair:- President Sue Alexander, SVP Peter Dix, JVP Vacant, IPP, Tony Taylor, Match Secretary,

Barbara Clutterbuck, Match Official, John Southgate.

BENEVOLENT AND BOWLS CAMBRIDGESHIRE FELLOWSHIP COMMITTEE

Chair: Tony Taylor

Val Hughes, Sue Alexander, plus trustees

Trustees of the Benevolent Fund:-

John Angell, Charles Frederick, Barry Grimwood, John Southgate.

BOWLS ENGLAND COUNCIL MEMBERS

Sue Alexander, Charles Frederick

EASTERN COUNTIES

Steve Botten, Charles Frederick, John Southgate,

MIDDLE ENGLAND

Sue Alexander, Barbara Clutterbuck

DEVELOPEMENT OFFICER & COUNTY COACH

Peter Clarke, 19 Sunnybank, St Neots, Cambs PE19 1SF

Tel: 01480 – 406915 email [email protected]

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PRESIDENTS MESSAGE

Sue Alexander

26 Barkhams Lane,

Littleport,

Cambs

CB6 1NN

Tel: 01353 861061

Mob: 07780707691

Email: [email protected]

Fellow Bowlers and Friends

I am both honoured and privileged to be elected as President of Bowls Cambridgeshire for the forthcoming year.

I will endeavour to continue the excellent work of my predecessors and thank both Sylvia and Tony for their help and guidance through my year as Senior Vice president. I look forward to working with Peter who is my SVP this year.

I owe a great deal of thanks to my club St Neots for proposing me for this important role. It is reassuring to know that I have the full support of the club and its members to carry out my Presidential duties.

My thanks also go to the Officers of the county who work tirelessly to make the game available and enjoyable to everyone that wishes to participate. As I meet other officers from various Counties they comment on unification and how well Bowls Cambridgeshire has progressed and is still progressing through the changes

I hope that members realise the value and amount of the work undertaken by the Officers and without

their efforts the county would not function effectively.

Over the past few years Cambridgeshire Bowlers have achieved success at International, European, and World levels being represented by both genders in these events. We should be proud to acknowledge their achievements, as they not only represent themselves; they are ambassadors for

their clubs and County as well as Bowls England.

It is important that we maintain a legacy for future generations in order that they can play bowls at venues that are convenient to them. Every club in the county is important regardless of its size and

playing ability, it is essential that all clubs are supported in their efforts to attract new members and I

have a plea for all existing bowlers to encourage friends and acquaintances to visit their club so that

they can enjoy the sport of bowls and its associated social activities.

Finally I wish everyone good health, good bowling, and hopefully good weather. I look forward to

seeing many old faces and welcoming new faces to the greens this year.

Kind Regards

Sue Alexander

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AFFILIATED CLUBS – 39

Club

ABBEY BC

Founded

Members

19

Barnwell Road, Cambridge CB1 3NL

Hon Sec - R (Rodney) Slack 545 Newmarket Road, Cambridge CB5 8PA Tel: 01223 210012

Email [email protected]

Captain: Nigel Russell 07506 515184

ALEXANDRA & BEEHIVE BC 1904

Alexandra Gardens, Carlyle Road, Cambridge CB4 3DN

22

Hon Sec - C (Colin) Banks, 11 Ellison Lane, Hardwick, Cambs.CB3 7QA - 01954 210811

Email [email protected]

President: Colin Kirtland 01223 363092

BALSHAM BC 1946 30

Recreation Ground, Balsham, CB21 4DS

Hon Sec – J (John) Robinson, 9 Sleford Close, Balsham, CB21 4DP – 01223 893895

Email [email protected]

Captain: Colin Beecroft 01223 880012

BOTTISHAM

31 Downing Close, Bottisham, Cambs CB25 9DD

1998 47

Hon Sec – K (Keith) Gibson, 18 Beechwood Avenue, Bottisham, CB25 9BE 01223 811049

Email [email protected]

Captain: Tony Wills 01223 811499

CAMBRIDGE & COUNTY BC 1928

Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge CB2 8FG - 01223 353615

36

Hon Sec – P (Philip) Harper-Scott 73 Rockmill End, Willingham, Cambridge CB24 5HY 01954

261294

Email [email protected]

Captain: Ian Miller 01223 504272

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS BC 1949 27

Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge CB2 8BS www.cambridgeuniversitypressbowlsclub.com

Hon Sec - P (Peter) Stocker, 77 Eastfield, Chesterton, Cambridge CB4 1SB - 01223 565277

Email [email protected]

Captain: Des Thomson 01223 242297

CHESTERTON BC 1931 40

Logans Way, St Andrews Road, Cambridge CB4 1BL - 01223 356732

Hon Sec – S (Steve) Andrews, 16 Redgate Road, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0PP – 01223 564398

Email [email protected]

Captain: Hugh Wilmot 01223 237417

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CHIPPENHAM BC 1961 49

Chippenham Park, Ely, Cambs CB7 5PR

Hon Sec – Mrs J (Joy) Bavey 40 Elizabeth Drive, Newmarket, CB8 0DJ – 01638 604441

Email [email protected]

Captain Winston Briggs 01638 661046

CHRISTCHURCH BC

Upwell Road, Christchurch, Wisbech PE14 9LF

1973 35

Hon Sec - R (Roly) Frost, 5 Strawberry Way, March, PE15 9FD – 01354 657847

Email [email protected]

Captain: Lynda Chamberlain 01366 386212

CITY OF CAMBRIDGE BC

Christ Pieces, Cambridge

20

Hon Sec - R (Roger) Pawley 5 Cockerton Road, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0QW - 01223 277290

Email [email protected]

Captain: Geoff Andrews 01223 844078

CITY OF ELY BC 1925

Nutholt Lane, Ely, Cambs CB7 4PL - 01353 663100

31

Hon Sec - Mrs M (Mary) Pinfold, 15a Main Street, Little Downham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2ST - 01353

698356

Email [email protected]

Captain: Ron Reeder 01353 664571

COLERIDGE BC

Davy Road, Cambridge, CB1 3QW

1935

40

Hon Sec - B (Brian) Tolliday, 41 Hinton Road, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5DZ - 01223 564889

Email [email protected]

Captain: Michael Sanders 01223 242183

COTON BC 1919 27

Recreation Ground, Brook Lane, Coton, Cambridge CB23 7PY

Hon Sec – Mrs S.E. (Sue) Slater, 25 Priams Way, Stapleford, Cambridge CB22 5DT – 01223 842376

Email [email protected]

Captain: G Kinsey 01954 210405

COTTENHAM BC 1940 44

King George V Recreation Ground, Lambs Lane, Cottenham, CB24 8TA

Hon Sec - Mr G (Glen) Clarke, 54 Lyles Road, Cottenham, Cambridge CB24 8QR – 01954 250085

Email cottenham[email protected]

Captain: Keith Haswell 01954 250962

DUXFORD BC 1987

Recreation Ground, Hunts Road, Duxford CB22 4RE

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Hon Sec – Mrs V (Valerie) Beavis, 1 Leygrove Cottages, Whittlesford Road, Lt. Shelford CB22 5EX –

01223 842765

Email [email protected]

Captain: Richard Jasny 01223 834909

ELY BEET SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB BC

Lynn Road, Ely, Cambs., CB6 1DD- 01353 662029

54

Hon Sec – M (Mick) Daniels, 18 King Edgar Close, Ely, Cambs CB6 1DP – 01353 663936

Email [email protected]

Captain: Will Day 01353 666733

FORDHAM BC 1940 73

Recreation Ground, Carter Street, Fordham, Ely CB7 5NG Email [email protected]

Hon Sec - Mrs J (Janet) Warren, 16 Sharmans Road, Fordham, Ely CB7 5LF - 01638 720503

Email [email protected]

Captain: Bryan Housden 01638 720398

GREAT SHELFORD BC 1920 40

Recreation Ground, Woollards Lane, Gt Shelford CB22 5LZ

Hon Sec – Mrs W (Wendy) Seekings, 26 De Freville Road, Gt Shelford, Cambridge, CB22 5LH –

01223 843416

Email [email protected]

Captain: Alan Watson 01223 292084

HADDENHAM BC

Church Lane, Haddenham, CB6 3TB

1912 44

Hon Sec - T (Trevor) Ward, 15 Yorke Way, Ely, Cambs CB6 3DT - 01353 610310

Email [email protected]

Captain Tony Saban 01353 741506

HIAM BC 1967

Putney Hill Road, Prickwillow, Ely, Cambs CB7 4UU

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Hon Sec - I (Ian) Irving, 16 Yorke Way, Ely, Cambs CB6 3DT - 01353 667175

Email [email protected]

Captain: Ian Irving 01353 667175

HISTON BC 1910 62

New Road, Impington, Cambridge

Hon Sec – N (Neville) Diver, 6 Abrahams Close, Landbeach, Cambridge CB25 9FY – 01223 861151

Email [email protected]

Captain: Andrew Green 01223 232956

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ISLEHAM BC 1923

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46

Vicarage Meadow, Jubilee Close, Isleham, Ely CB7 5RW

Hon Sec – T (Terry), Pinder, 45 New Street, Chippenham, Ely, CB7 5QF – 01638 720875

Email [email protected]

Captain: Barry Grimwood 01638 781943

LITTLE SHELFORD BC 1950 29

Wale Recreation Ground, Lt Shelford

Hon Sec – Mrs S (Shirley) Anker, 12 Haverhill Road, Stapleford, Cambridge CB22 5BX – 01223

843084

Email [email protected]

Captain: Geoffrey Coleman 01763 208322

LITTLEPORT BC 1921 50

Hempfield Place, Littleport, CB6 1NP 01353 861963

Hon Sec - S J (Stewart) Rogers, 13 Ely Road, Littleport, CB6 1HG - 01353 861470

Email [email protected]

Captain: David Easy 01353 861443

MARCH CONSERVATIVE BC

Creek Road, March, PE15 8RD - 01354 653150

1927 52

Hon Sec – Mrs T (Tina) Moran, 12 Landau Way, March PE15 8YD - 01354 659114

Email [email protected]

Captain: Yvonne Scully 01354 651477

MARCH GER BC 1922

Robingoodfellows Lane, March, Cambs PE15 8HE

16

Hon Sec – J (John) Abel, 16 Cherryholt Avenue, March, PE15 9SZ – 01354 659803

Captain: John Abel 01354 657156

MARCH TOWN BC 1970

The Avenue Sports ground, The Avenue, March PE15 9NO

36

Hon Sec – B (Bob) Plater 39 Willowherb Close, March, PE15 8SZ – 01354 651489

Email [email protected]

Captain: Peter Butcher 01354 657270

MELDRETH BC

North End, Meldreth SG8 6NR - 01763 262498

1932 48

Hon Sec - Mrs S (Shirley) Lambert, 2 Meadowcroft Way, Orwell, Royston Herts., SG8 5QU – 01223

207888

Email [email protected]

Captain: Christine Piper 01223 263266

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MILTON BC

Coles Road, Milton, Cambridge CB24 6BL

1990 46

Hon Sec - G (Godfrey) Sheen, 35 Old School Lane, Milton, Cambridge CB24 6BS - 01223 861765

Email [email protected]

Captain: Trevor Crow 01223 441755

NEWMARKET AVENUE BC 1936

22 The Avenue, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 9AY - 01638 663054

92

Hon Sec – P (Peter) Human, 86 Northfield Park, Soham, Ely, CB7 5XA – 07725 544726

Email [email protected]

Captain: Margaret Rolfe 01359 252293

NEWNHAM (CAMBRIDGE) BC 1928 22

Lammas Land, Newnham, Cambridge

Hon Sec – R (Roger) Abraham, 90 Swaynes Lane, Comberton, Cambridge CB23 7EF – 01223

262089

Email [email protected]

Captain: Clint Tweed 01223 479931

POST OFFICE BC 1979 16

Barnwell Road, Cambridge.

Hon Sec – J (John) Coyle, 316 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3NL – 07792 103 006

Email [email protected]

Captain: Bob Doughty 07592 009639

ROMSEY BC

Coleridge Road, Cambridge

1926 24

Hon Sec – P (Peter) Gibbs, 13 Fairway, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0QF – 01223 564440

Email [email protected]

Captain: John Asplen 01223 560465

SAWSTON BC

www.sawstonbowls.co.uk

1926 54

Spicers Sports Ground, New Road, Sawston CB22 3BN

Hon Sec - A (Alan) Arnold, 12 Sainfoin Close, Sawston CB32 3JY - 01223 832929

Email [email protected]

Captain: Les Bradford 01223 834920

ST NEOTS BC 1920 100

St Anselm Place, St Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 1AP - 01480 474143

Hon Sec – M (Mark) Atkinson 17 The Maltings, Eaton Socon, St Neots PE19 8ES – 01480 214988

Email [email protected]

Captain:

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SOHAM TOWN BC

Fountains Lane, Soham, Ely, Cambs CB7 5ED

1932 71

Hon Sec – Mrs H (Helen) Fordham, 48 Paddock Street, Soham, Ely CB7 5JA – 01353 721768

Email [email protected]

Captain: Roger Bayes 01353 720156

STEEPLE MORDEN BC 1948

Recreation Ground, Hay Street, Steeple Morden SG8 0PE

32

Hon Sec – D (Daniel) Sheehan 4 Ashwell Road, Steeple Morden, Royston SG8 0NZ – 01763 853101

Email [email protected]

Captain: Brian Jeeves 01763 853190

STRETHAM BC 1937 43

Short Road, Stretham, Cambs CB6 3LS -

Hon Sec – Mrs M (Mavis) Uttridge, 10 Granta Close, Witchford, Ely CB6 2HR – 01353 665961

Email [email protected]

Captain: Paul Farley 01353 648844

TRUMPINGTON BC www.trumpington-bowls-club.co.uk

1953 26

George V Playing Fields, Anstey Way, Trumpington, Cambridge

Hon Sec - Mrs L (Lyn) Saunders, 97 Cambridge Road, Gt. Shelford Cambridge CB22 5JJ - 01223

473331

Email [email protected]

Captain: Derek Ballard 01223 512192

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CLUB COUNCIL MEMBERS AND CLUB STICKER COLOURS

Abbey

Alexandra & Beehive

Balsham

Rodney Slack

Colin Banks

Colin Norris

Bottisham

Cambridge & County

Keith Gibson

Ian Miller

Cambridge University Press Des Thomson

Chesterton Bernard Prescott

Chippenham

Christchurch

City of Cambridge

Coleridge

Mike Bavey

Malcolm Hicks

Roger Pawley

Brian Tolliday

Coton

Cottenham

Duxford

City of Ely

Ely Beet Sports & Social

Fordham

Great Shelford

Haddenham

Jean Skates-Wilson

Keith Haswell

Richard Jasny

Jan Whipp

Michael Daniels

Lynette Smith

Carol Johnson

Rosemary Lucas

Hiam

Histon

Isleham

Little Shelford

Littleport

March Conservative

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March Town

Meldreth

Milton

Newmarket Avenue

Newnham

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Romsey

Sawston

Soham Town

St Neots

Ian Irving

Malcolm Green

Sylvia Pinder

Geoffrey Coleman

David Easy

Madeline Williams

John Abel

Bob Plater

Barbara Clutterbuck

Godfrey Sheen

Peter Human

Roger Abraham

John Coyle

John Asplen

Peter Oglesby

Marian Bysouth

John Osborne

Steeple Morden

Stretham

Trumpington

Dan Sheehan

Trevor Reed

Lyn Saunders

Bernard Prescott

Colin Kirtland

Jim Wilby

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Philip Harper-Scott Gold/Navy Blue

Peter Stocker

Steve Andrews

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Roly Frost

Geoff Andrews

Mick Sanders

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Peter Duncan Blue

Valerie Beavis

Martin Rollings

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Tony Carlton

Martin Johnson

Dick Fenner

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Lionel Bennett

Neville Diver

Terry Pinder

Shirley Anker

Rosemary Easy

Christine Preston

Jim Marsh

Peter Butcher

David Indaco

Roger Wright

Eileen Taylor

G Saunders

Bob Doughty

Robert Wane

Geoff Brown

Ron Bysouth

Trish Dix

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Barbara Archer

Mavis Utteridge

Peter Dean

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Tues

Thurs

September

Sat

Sun

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Sat/Sun

Tues

1

2

4

5

6

8/9

11

31

8

16

28

30

Date Opponent

15 Walker R/Finals

17

18

21

Bedfordshire

Buckinghamshire

Middleton Cup Q/F

21/22 County Finals

25 Essex

25

28

Middlesex

Essex

Norfolk

Eastern Counties

Lincolnshire

Northamptonshire

Oxfordshire

Suffolk

Stretham

Huntingdonshire

Leicestershire

Hertfordshire

County Finals

Buckinghamshire

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Venue

Bedford Borough

Littleport

Chippenham

Notts H/Q

St Neots

Steeple Morden

Fordham

Meldreth

Freethorpe

Haddenham

Spalding Town

MF

MF

LF

North,pton West End MF

Irchester (AG) MEL

Fixture

MF

LF

LF

MF

ECL

Ipswich & District

Stretham

Parkway

Brookfield

Sawbridgeworth

St Neots

Bletchley Town

ECL

PM

MxF

MEL

MF

MF

13

14

20

21

April

Sun

Wed

May

Sat/Sun

Sat/Sun

26

26

27

22

June

Sun

24/25 Sun/Mon

25 Tue/Thur

Thu/Fri

Sat/Sun

July

Sun

29 Sat/Sun

29/30 Sun/Mon

30

32

Sat

August

Sat

1

4

19/20

26/27

3

17/18 WBIBC Championships

19/21

28/29 BIBC Championships

30/1

8

28

11

Council Meeting

B. England Conference

Women’s Int-national trials

Men’s International trials

Women’s Senior squad dy

WBIBC Internationals

BIBC Internationals

Junior Men’s squad day

21/22 County Finals

22/23 WBIBC Junior Series

BE W Nat Championships

BE M Nat Championships

Chesterton

Leamington Spa

Norgren. Warks.

Norgren, Warks.

Leamington

Bangor, NI

Bangor, NI

Llandrindod, Wales

Llandrindod, Wales

Leamington

St Neots

Llanelli, Wales

Leamington

Worthing

10:30

10:30

Time

14:00

13:30

13:30

14:00

10:30

14:00

14:00

13:30

14:00

13:00

10:30

14:30

13:30

13:30

14:00

14:00

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Secretary’s report 2011.

Dear Members,

It gives me great pleasure in presenting to you my report of the activities of Bowls Cambridgeshire for

2011. I am extremely pleased with the way the governing body for Bowls in Cambridgeshire is evolving. There is still practices and procedures that need further work which your executive will work to ensure the best solutions are found for all our members.

Membership:- Clubs - 39 (43) Members 1609 (1807)

Four Clubs did not affiliate to the County for the year and it resulted in a fall of membership of 198.

Presidents

We have been fortunate to have had an exceptional President, in Tony Taylor, Tony has been exemplary in the way he carried out the duties President, a month attending the national championships supporting Bowls Cambridgeshire players and circulating amongst the other County officials attending both championships. The first male County president to grace the greens officially at Leamington. I am indebted to Tony along with his team of Sue, Peter and Sylvia for all the good work they have done for Bowls in Cambridgeshire.

International events

Ellen Falkner (St Neots) has been selected to represent England in the Atlantic Rim Championships in Cyprus played in October. Richard Catton (Cambridge & County) has been selected to represent

England in the European Team championships in Portugal we wish them both well and hope they return with a bounty of medals (I will update in my 2012 report).

Jayne Christie (St Neots), and Ellen Falkner both represented England at the International series in

Wales. Richard Catton represented England in the International series in Edinburgh, whilst Robert

Drew (Cambridge & County) and Richard Catton both played in the Junior Series held at Worthing

Pavilion.

Sue Alexander (St Neots), Chris Chapman (Chesterton), Jamie Stewart (Cambridge & County), were invited to attend England trials. Congratulations to all.

The British Isle Championships were held at Sighthill BC Edinburgh. Our 2010 National fours champions played the Weale brothers from Wales in the prelim round. The game was played on a tricky green and the Welsh skip Robert Weale was perhaps the only player to constantly find the lines.

Martin Pankhurst, Kevin Bane, Ian Miller, Richard Catton (England) 15 R Weale (Wales) 27.

County Fixtures

A full programme (56 matches in total) of competitive and friendly matches where arranged for the

2011 season. Competitively the women reached the regional final of the Walker Cup only to lose to

Herts well done. The Johns and Middle England League results where disappointing. The Amy Rose at Leamington also saw a early exit. The men’s Middleton Cup, Eastern Counties League, White

Rose and ECL under 30’s results were extremely disappointing.

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However the County friendly’s and President’s matches were enjoyed by all the members who took part. I would like to thank those clubs that hosted our home fixtures and those Clubs celebrating events. I would like also to thank Match Secretary, Barbara and match official, John for their efforts over the year.

Competitions

I must start with a big thank you to Dot Careless our Competition Secretary and her team or recorders, Denise Hinks, Margaret Southgate, Barry Grimwood and Philip Harper-Scott for the leagues for ensuring all the competitions reach the final stages in a timely manner.

A championship roll of honour will be submitted by Dot. I would also like to personally thank

Newmarket Avenue BC for hosting the County finals.

Leamington was the start of a great week for Bowls Cambridgeshire with Sue Alexander and Ellen

Falkner (St Neots BC) wining the National mother and Daughter pairs. Ellen had not won a national singles title over her illustrious career however like buses two came at once. Ellen won the two wood singles championships followed by lifting the National Singles Championship a great feat congratulations. We wish Ellen every success when she represents England in the British Isle championships in Northern Ireland. It could very well have been a all Cambridgeshire National singles final, but alas Jayne Christie (St Neots BC) was beaten in the Semi-final, well done Jayne. In the ladies pairs Eileen Taylor and Jean Stephens (Newmarket Avenue BC) and Robert Drew in the

Junior singles reached the national championship quarter finals, I would also like congratulate

Fordham BC for qualifying in the new competition for the Tony Allcock trophy, the over 60’s mixed fours double rink. To all the players and teams who qualified for Leamington and Worthing congratulations.

Eastern Counties Championship, Cambridgeshire had two representatives in the semi-finals the fours from March Town and the pairs from Newmarket Avenue. Neither teams were able to play.

County Luncheon

This event was held at the Cambridge Motel, Shepreth and was our first unified luncheon and prize presentation. Bowls England President Joan Balding was our guest, the day was very successful.

Bowls Cambridgeshire presented it’s first award of merit, this award went to Cathy Fraser (Chesterton

BC) for her outstanding contribution to bowls in our county. I would like to thank John Southgate and his committee that dealt with the organisation of the event.

General

Your delegates to Bowls England also sit on the International Events committee. Can I also remind you that Bowls England hold a ‘open’ conference each year in April, further information will be available on the BE website.

I would also like to thank all the clubs and their executive committees who turned over their facilities to the County during the year.

The Executive committee and sub committees work extremely hard for bowls in our county and I would like to thank those members for their support and help.

May I wish you all a good winter and I look forward to seeing you in 2012.

Charles Frederick

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BOWLS CAMBRIDGESHIRE HONOURS

XIX Commonwealth Games:- Delhi

Team England, Gold medallist woman’s pairs

2010 E Falkner

Atlantic Rim Championship:- Cyprus 2011

Team Gold medal, Gold medal Fours, Silver medal Triples

E Falkner

(St Neots BC)

(St Neots BC)

European Team Championships:- Portugal 2011

Team Silver medal, Silver medal Men’s Pairs

Hon. Team Manager

R Catton

C Frederick

Internationals Women

2009/10/11

2009/10/11

Internationals Men

2010

Mrs J Christie

Mrs E Falkner

R Drew

R Catton 2011

Junior Men

2009/10/11

2010/11

International Trialists

R Drew

R Catton

2009/11 senior

2009 senior

2009 junior

2010 junior

2010/11 junior

2011 senior

2011 junior men

British Isle Champions

2009 Women Pairs

National Championships

Mrs S Alexander

Mrs C Salisbury

R Catton

L Botten

J Stewart

R Drew

C Chapman

Mrs S Alexander, Mrs E Falkner

(Cambridge & County BC)

(Cambridge & County BC)

(St Neots BC)

(St Neots BC)

(Cambridge & County BC)

(Cambridge & County BC

(Cambridge & County BC)

(Cambridge & County BC)

(St Neots BC)

(March Conservative BC)

(Cambridge & County BC)

(Newmarket Avenue BC)

(Cambridge & County BC)

(Cambridge & County BC)

(Chesterton BC)

(City of Ely BC)

2009 Pairs Finalists

2009 Triples Champions

Mrs R Addison, Mrs J Christie (St Neots BC)

J Stewart, R Drew, R Catton (Cambridge & County BC)

2010 Fours Champions M Pankhurst, K Bane

I Miller, R Catton (Cambridge & County BC)

2011 Singles Champion

2011 Two Bowl Champion

Bowls England

2011 Mother/Daughter Champions

Mrs E Falkner

Mrs E Falkner

(St Neots BC)

(St Neots BC)

Mrs S Alexander, Mrs E Falkner (St Neots BC)

2010 Young Bowler of the Year R Catton (Cambridge & County BC)

2011 Joint Bowler of the Year Mrs E Falkner

Eastern Counties Champions

2009 Singles

2009 Triples

D Lewis

(St Neots BC)

(City of Ely BC)

M Binge, N Flack, S Jacobs (Sawston BC)

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EASTERN COUNTIES BOWLING ASSOCIATION

President

Deputy President

IPP

Secretary/Treasurer

G Mariner

G Brennan

D Mitchell-Gears

Hertfordshire

Huntingdonshire

Essex

Assistant Secretary

President 2009

Delegates

N Short, 11 Masefield Avenue, Eaton Ford, St Neots PE19 7LS

Tel: 01480 474427 email [email protected]

T Taylor

B Prescott

S Botten, C Frederick, J Southgate

INTER ASSOCIATION FIXTURES 2012 – ALL 2-00pm Start

MAY

Thurs 10 th

Thurs 17 th

Fri 25 th

Wed 30 th

JUNE

Thurs 7 th

Thurs 28 th

JULY

Thurs 12 th

Tues 19 th

AUGUST

Wed 8 th

SEPTEMBER

Wed 5 th v v v v

.v

v

v

v v v

Norfolk CBA

Midland Counties BA

Beech Hill BC

Hertfordshire

Home Counties BA

Essex CBA

Bedfordshire

Suffolk CBA

Bowls Cambridgeshire

Wortwell BC, IP20 0HE

St Neots BC

Luton LU4 1AP

Rosedale BC EN7 6TB

Bishops Stotford BC. CM23 5LH

Mersea BC. West Mersea, CO5 8AJ

Henlow Park BC SG16 6AR

Debenham BC, Leisure Ctr. 1P24 6BL

Haddenham BC. CB6 3TB

Huntingdonshire Peterborough & District BC. PE1 5HA

BOWLERS DRAW 2012

A chance for You and Your Club to win one of 38 prizes - £6,500 in total

Tickets only £1 each

50% of sales donated to your Club

Interested?

Contact : Jeff Applegate (Promoter) for Club Packs

Tel : 01296 422573 Email : [email protected]

Run by volunteers to support Bowls

www.friendsofenglishbowling.co.uk

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Singles

P1

P2

P3

4

Junior Singles

EASTERN COUNTIES BOWLING ASSOCIATION

Championship Draw 2012

Preliminary Matches Semi-Finals

Norfolk

Suffolk

Herts

Beds v Cambs v Essex v Hunts v Suffolk v Hunts v Essex 2

1

2

1 P2

P3

Herts

P3 v v v v P1

Beds

P1 P1

P2

P3

4

Pairs

P1

P2

P3

Triples

4

P1

P2

Cambs

Norfolk

Beds

Herts

Suffolk

Norfolk

Cambs

Essex

Essex

Cambs

Hunts

Suffolk

Cambs v Hunts v Herts v Beds v Beds v Herts

1

2

1

P1

P3

P2 v v v

P3

4

Fours

P1 v Norfolk v Suffok 1

2 P3

Herts v v

P2

Suffolk

P1

P2

P3

Norfolk

Beds v Hunts v Essex 2 P3 v P2

4 Herts

Preliminary matches to be played by 1 st week September. Results telephoned to Nick Short

The semi-final and finals will be played on Saturday 15 th September 2012 start time morning TBC.

Semi-finals venue’s Welwyn Garden City BC & Shire Park BC. The finals afternoon at Shire Park BC.

Bedford Cup

To be played Thursday 26 th July 2012 start time 10:45 Venue:- Potters Bar BC. Herts.

Group A Group B

Cambs, Norfolk, Hunts, Beds Pres/Sec, Essex, Suffolk, Herts

Winner of each group to play in the finals Saturday 15 th September, at Shire Park BC.

P2

Essex

P1

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ENGLISH BOWLS UMPIRES

Cambridgeshire Section 2011

County Co-ordinator

Peter Hartwell 7, Saxon Close, Godmanchester, Cambs PE29 2JL 01480 453336

Eastern Area Secretary

Trevor Hackett 1, Coriander Drive, Elsenham, Bishops Stortford, Herts CM22 6DL

Tel 01279 813735 email

[email protected]

Eastern Area Chairman

Ray White Durham Ash, Heath Close, Polstead, Colchester, Essex CO6 5BE

Tel: 01787 210728 email

[email protected]

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COUNTY COMPETITIONS

NOTES FOR COMPETITORS

The names and telephone numbers of each competitor will be found towards the end of this section of the handbook

ALL competitions must be played on the FIXED OR PLAY BY DATES: these dates are shown at the head of the draw for each round of the competition.

By agreement between opponents, games may be played BEFORE the set date.

All matches should start promptly at 6.30pm unless mutually agreed otherwise. In August matches should start at 6.15pm. Afternoon matches should start at 2.00pm. Home players should make arrangements in advance for a marker for singles games and for an umpire to be called if any doubt should arise when measuring.

Players are requested to wear white tops (Club shirts) and greys in all competition games up to the

Semi-Finals.

RESULTS SCORE CARDS

NO official score cards will be issued. However a score card should be completed and sent to the

Competition Secretary.

Failure to complete all details on the cards (THE NAMES OF ALL PLAYERS, THE FINAL SCORE,

THE SIGNATURE OF BOTH PARTIES, ETC.) may result in disqualification.

RESULTS ARE TO BE PHONED TO THE APPROPRIATE SECRETARY/RECORDER

IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE TIE

PLEASE POST COMPETITION SCORE CARDS ON THE EVENING OF THE MATCH FIRST

CLASS

If it is impossible to comply with this request and it is necessary to post the card on the following day, please ensure that a FIRST CLASS POSTAGE STAMP is used. Please help by carrying a stamped envelope in your pocket and remember that scorecards, other than league match results, should be sent to:

For all rounds up to the semi-final

Matches for Women’s Singles, Pairs, Triples, Fours results should be telephoned to

Denise Hinks Tel: 01954 250742

Matches for Men’s Pairs and Rinks results should be telephoned to

Margaret Southgate Tel: 01638 611171.

Matches for Men’s Singles and Triples results should be telephoned to

Barry Grimwood Tel: 01353 722781.

PLEASE NOTE YOU WILL BE INFORMED WHO YOU WILL BE PLAYING IN THE NEXT ROUND AND THE

LAST PLAYER TO CALL IN WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING THEIR OPPONENT STATING THEY

ARE THE HOME OR AWAY TEAM

ALL COMPETITION RESULTS CARDS SHOULD BE SENT TO DOT CARELESS 3 Pine Grove

Park, Swavesey, Cambridge CB24 5RG Tel: 01954 202927

LAWS OF THE GAME

Remember it is the responsibility of opposing skips to ensure that all players are complying with the laws of the sport, especially that of the legality of bowls in accordance of the National Finals.

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4

a) b)

1

COMPETITION BYE-LAWS

COUNTY DOMESTIC AND BOWLS ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS PRELIMINARY ROUNDS

CHANGES TO RULES

These Competition Bye-Laws may be amended: a) Immediately following notification of relevant changes to the Rules of Bowls England. b)

2

By a simple majority at the Annual General Meeting, subject to the change being consistent with the rules of Bowls England.

ELIGIBILITY

The competitions shall be confined to Clubs that are affiliated to this Association and Bowls England and have paid their subscriptions for the current year. No restriction shall be placed upon any member playing in more than one competition but no player shall represent or allow his name to be submitted for more than one Club in any one year in the Bowls England competitions. Players may play for another Club in County Domestic competitions, provided that, by agreement with his parent club he is registered for that purpose.

3

a)

CONDITIONS

The time for starting play in each round of each competition shall be 6:30pm May to July and

6:15pm during August or as otherwise mutually agreed. b) c) d)

Players are required to wear white tops and greys in all competitions up to the semi-finals when whites will be worn. Club shirts may be worn provided that all team members wear them.

All competitions shall be played under the Rules of Bowls England and the Laws of the Sport of Bowls as adopted by the Bowls England. They shall be under the management of the

Competition Committee of Bowls Cambridgeshire.

All ties in County Domestic Competitions and Bowls England Championship Preliminary

Rounds shall be played on the greens of Clubs affiliated to the Bowls Cambridgeshire.

Greens may be inspected and passed by the Greens Inspection Committee at any time during the season.

5

a)

DRAW

The draws for all competitions will be taken from an approved computer program.

For the County Championships in Singles, Pairs, Triples, Fours and Junior Singles, the draw shall be open.

PROTESTS AND DISPUTES

All protests appertaining to the green, etc. must be lodged before the commencement of the game, however protests against a player must be made within forty-eight hours of the match.

Protests must be lodged in duplicate. A clear statement in writing of the point at issue shall be communicated to the Competition Secretary at the earliest possible date together with any

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b) evidence producible.

The club or competitor lodging the protest shall deposit with the Hon. Competitions Secretary of the Association the sum of £25:00, which may be forfeited to the funds of the association in the event of the protest not being sustained. c)

d)

No objections or protests shall be withdrawn except by leave of the Competitions Committee.

The Competition Committee of Bowls Cambridgeshire shall determine all questions and disputes that may arise and which do not come within the scope of the Umpire’s duties. The decision of the Competition Committee shall be final and binding.

6 DRAW, CHALLENGER AND OPPONENT

a) A straight draw for each competition will be conducted. The first out being termed the

'Challenger' and the second the 'Opponent'. b) The result of the draw shall be published in the County Handbook. c) For County Domestic Competitions and Bowls England Championship Preliminary Rounds

(unless otherwise stated) where the green of a challenger as drawn does not conform to an acceptable standard the challenger shall have the right within 24 hours of nominating a suitable green in his own area. If he is unable or does not elect to exercise this right, then the tie shall be played on the green of the opponent. When the green of the opponent also does not comply, then the tie shall be played on a green mutually agreed upon.

7 ARRANGING A GAME

a) Selecting the Rinks for play - The Home Club has the right to pre-book the rinks that are to be used for a particular match or competition. The Skips of a visiting side or their representative, i.e. the Captain of the side, will pair their teams with those of the home teams (by placing their cards on the faced down cards of the home side). The visiting Skip or Captain will then make a draw from the pre-booked rink members to determine which match will play on which rink.

Note: 'Side' means any agreed number of teams, whose combined scores determine the result of the match.

Note: 'Team' means a Four, Triple, Pair or Single player. b) No player in a competition or match shall play on the same rink, on the day of such competition or match before play commences, under penalty of disqualification.

8 DATE OF ROUND

a) The date on which the various rounds must be played will be found in the Handbook. These dates must be strictly adhered to but ties may be played off BEFORE the dates specified by the mutual consent of both parties. Under exceptional circumstances a limited extension may be granted at the discretion of the Executive Committee (or by any authorised Sub Committee thereof).

It shall be the duty of the player informed by the appropriate competition recorder who they

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are playing to notify his opponent confirming the venue.

9

COMMENCING TIMES a) Any visiting competitor may claim that the tie shall be fixed to commence not later than the times identified in rule 3 a. b) If a party is not ready to play within half-an-hour after the time fixed for a tie, the other party may claim a 'walk over' (attention is directed to the conditions governing the several competitions).

10 VENUE OF COUNTY DOMESTIC AND BOWLS ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP

PRELIMINARY ROUNDS

a) The ties in all rounds shall be played on the greens of the challenger except in cases where home and away venues are to be used. For the open draw quarter-finals and semi-finals, the ties shall be played on greens selected by the Competition Committee. b) The Finals shall be played on a green or greens selected by the Competition Committee.

11 RESULTS, NOTIFYING

a) The actual result shall be telephoned to the relevant Competition Secretary/recorder immediately after the match and before 10:30pm. b) The actual score card shall be sent to the Competition Secretary immediately after the match.

The onus of making such returns shall lie with the winner and no result can be accepted which is postmarked later than the day following the day fixed for the tie to be played. The names of ALL PLAYERS MUST be entered on the card.

12 MARKERS AND UMPIRES

a)

Markers and Umpires shall be appointed in accordance with the 'Laws of the Sport of Bowls' as adopted by Bowls England.

13 MISCELLANEOUS

a) All Trophy winners, players(s) or club(s) must attend the County Annual Dinner and Prize

Presentation to collect their trophy. Unless there are mitigating circumstances, failure to do so will result in the player(s) or club(s) not receiving their individual trophy and the player(s) or club(s) will be barred from entering the competition(s) the following year. b) When representing the County Association in the National Championships, all bowlers must wear the official County coloured shirt.

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COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS (PRELIMINARY STAGE OF NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS)

1. The attention of the competitors is also directed to the General Bye-Laws. The following rules must be strictly adhered to:

2. Bowls used in the County Championships must bear a stamp in accordance with Bowls

England Rules. It will be the skip's responsibility to check opponent’s bowls prior to the commencement of any County Championship.

3.

4.

Entries must only be made through the Club Secretaries and upon the form supplied, together with the entrance fee agreed by the general purposes committee.

Those playing in the first tie of a competition shall be deemed to be the Championship entry for that competition and the rules as to substitution shall apply thereafter.

SINGLES COMPETITIONS

1.

2.

Each game shall consist of 21 shots; four bowls each player. Or whatever formats Bowls

England adopts.

All competitors to be on the green ready to start play on the day and time arranged. Any competitor who fails to appear within 30 minutes of this time shall be disqualified.

3. To the winner, will be accorded the Singles Championship of the County. The women’s

Champion will be entitled to hold for one year the Tufnel Cup and the men’s champion the

Webber Cup and will be awarded a suitable prize. The runners-up will be awarded a suitable prize.

PAIRS COMPETITION

1.

2.

Each game shall consist of 21 ends; four bowls each player, the leads to play their four bowls before the skips. In the event of a tie an extra end must be played, the shots in this end to count in the final score.

All competitors to be on the green ready to start play on the day and time arranged. Any pair who fail to appear within 30 minutes of this time shall be disqualified.

2.

3.

4.

Each pair shall consist of two competitors who must be playing members of the same Club.

The two players taking part in the first game shall constitute the Pair and should normally play together throughout the competition. One additional - and the same - player may however be used as a substitute at any time provided he has not already played in the competition.

To the winning Pairs will be accorded the Pairs Championship of the County. They will be entitled to hold for one year women the Colville Cup, men the 'Briscoe Cup' and to each will be awarded a suitable prize. The runners-up will each be awarded a suitable prize.

TRIPLES COMPETITION

1. Each game shall consist of 18 ends. Three players with three bowls each. In the event of a tie an extra end must be played, the shots in this end to count in the final score.

Each Triple shall consist of three competitors who must be playing members of the same

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3.

4.

Club. The three players taking part in the first game shall constitute the Triples and should normally play together throughout the competition. One additional - and the same player may however be used as a substitute at any time provided he has not already played in the competition.

All competitors to be on the green ready to start play on the day and time arranged. Any pair who fail to appear within 30 minutes of this time shall be disqualified.

The winning Triples will be entitled to hold for one year, women the Rolfe Cup, men the

‘Lucas-Tooth Cup’ and to each will be awarded a suitable prize. The runners-up will each be awarded a suitable prize.

FOURS COMPETITION

1. Each game shall consist of 21 ends; two bowls each player. In the event of a tie an extra end must be played, the shots in this end to count in the final score.

2.

3.

Each four shall consist of four competitors who must be playing members of the same Club.

The four players taking part in the first game shall constitute the Four and should normally play together throughout the competition. One additional - and the same player may however be used as a substitute at any time provided he has not already played in the competition.

All competitors to be on the green ready to start play on the day and time arranged. Any team who fail to appear within 30 minutes of this time shall be disqualified

4. To the winning Fours will be accorded the Fours Championship of the County and they will be entitled to hold for one year women the Gatward Cup, men the 'Dale Cup' Cup and to each will be awarded a suitable prize. The runners-up will be awarded a suitable prize.

JUNIOR SINGLES COMPETITION

1. Open to players who have not attained the age of 25 on 1st April in the playing season.

2.

3.

Each game shall consist of 21 shots; four bowls each player. Or whatever format Bowls

England adopts.

The winners will be accorded the Junior Singles Championship of the County. They will be entitled to hold for one year woman the ‘Patron Bowl’ and man the ‘Roy Brown Cup' both will be awarded a suitable prize. The runner-up will be awarded a suitable prize

TWO BOWL SINGLES COMPETITION

1. Each game shall consist of 21 ends – two bowls each player. In the event of the scores being equal when all ends have been played, an extra end or ends must be played until a decision is reach.

2. If a player has enough shots that the opponent can not win in the ends remaining the game shall cease.

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LADIES FOURS – 1 PAGE

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MENS FOURS

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LADIES TRIPLES – TOP HALF

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LADIES TRIPLES – BTM HALF

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MENS TRIPLES – TOP HALF

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MENS TRIPLES BTM HALF

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LADIES PAIRS – TOP HALF

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LADIES PAIRS – BTM HALF

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MENS PAIRS – 1

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MENS PAIRS – 2

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MENS PAIRS – 3

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MENS PAIRS – 4

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LADIES 4 WOOD SINGLES

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LADIES 4 WOOD SINGLES

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MENS 4 WOOD SINGLES – 1

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MENS 4 WOOD SINGLES – 2

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MENS 4 WOOD SINGLES – 3

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MENS 4 WOOD SINGLES – 4

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LADIES OVER 55’s SINGLES

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MENS OVER 55’s SINGLES

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LADIES OVER 55’s PAIRS

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LADIES 2 WOOD

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MENS 2 WOOD

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JUNIOR SINGLES

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LADIES CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

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MENS CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

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HUCKLE CUP

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LADIES BENEVOLENT TRIPLES

&

SECRETARIES

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LADIES TOP CLUB

&

H.J. BROWN

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

H. H. Norton Challenge Cup

(Challenge Trophy, Instituted 1941)

The Executive to determine distribution of entry fees.

Only one double from each club.

The competition to be played on the knock-out system.

Games will be played on Wednesdays.

The ultimate winners of this competition will be entitled to hold the H H Norton Cup for one year. No prizes for any players.

All Clubs affiliated to the Association may enter this Competition on payment of an entrance fee (agreed at the April Council Meeting). Entries must be made through Club Secretaries and upon the form supplied.

Each Club shall be represented by eight players, four to play at home, and four on the opponent’s green, all to play on the same day in all rounds up to the Final. The Final shall be played on a neutral green and date fixed by the Executive Committee.

The dates for each round shall be strictly adhered to.

It is unnecessary to have the same players throughout.

7.

8.

9. This competition shall be played under the rules as adopted by Bowls England and in accordance with the Competition bye-laws and conditions determined by the Bowls

Cambridgeshire.

10. A delegated person (non-playing) may be appointed at both venues, they shall liaise with each other and their opposite person, on ends 5; 10; 15; 18; and last end.

11. The game shall be 21 ends and all trial ends shall be completed prior to a match commencement time of not later than 6.30p.m.

12. One extra end shall be played on one rink only, on the green of the challenger, i.e. the first drawn in the tie in accordance with the County Handbook. The shots scored in this end shall only count in the event of a tie at 21 ends.

13. If a match is abandoned owing to exceptional weather conditions, bad light, or any other valid reason; should both rinks have completed 15 ends, then the aggregate score at 15 ends shall stand as the result. If all rinks have not completed 15 ends, then those rinks will within 2 days, resume their match with the scores standing as they were when the game was stopped.

An end started but not completed shall be declared void. The resumed games will be on the same green although the rink may be changed and one substitute will be allowed in each rink, as long as transferring between rinks is not involved. The position of the substitute will be as described in the current Laws of the Sport of Bowls as adopted by Bowls England. The resumed games will be played to 21 or 15 ends depending on the point reached by any rinks not resuming.

14. The Hon. Secretary of the club appearing first in each round must send the score cards, signed by the respective skips to the Competition Secretary immediately after the match. T.

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H.H. NORTON CHALLENGE CUP

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C. G. GILBERT CUP

(County Club Competition)

1.

2.

3.

4.

The competition to be played on the knockout system.

The ultimate winners of this competition will be entitled to hold for one year the Cup presented by C.G. Gilbert Esq. A suitable prize will be awarded to the winning club.

All Clubs affiliated to the Association may enter this Competition on payment of an entrance fee of £20.00 each (or such other sum as may be fixed at the April Council Meeting.). Entries must be made through Club Secretaries and upon the form supplied, by 30th September.

Each Club shall be represented by twelve players (three rinks), all to play on the challenger’s green, up to the Final. The Final shall be played on a green and date fixed by the

Competition Committee.

5.

6.

7.

8.

The dates for each round shall be strictly adhered to.

It is unnecessary to have the same players throughout.

This competition shall be played under the rules as adopted by Bowls England and in accordance with the Competition bye-laws and conditions determined by the Bowls

Cambridgeshire

The game shall be 21 ends and all trial ends shall be completed prior to a match commencement time of not later than 6.30p.m.

9. One extra end shall be played on one rink only. The rink playing the extra end shall be determined before commencement of the game by card selection and the shots scored in this end shall only count in the event of a tie at 21 ends.

10. If a match is abandoned owing to exceptional weather conditions, bad light, or any other valid reason; should all rinks have completed 15 ends, then the aggregate score at 15 ends shall stand as the result. If all rinks have not completed 15 ends, then those rinks will within 2 days, resume their match with the scores standing, as they were when the game was stopped. An end started but not completed shall be declared void. The resumed games will be on the same green although the rink may be changed and one substitute will be allowed in each rink, as long as transferring between rinks is not involved. The position of the substitute will be as described in the current Laws of the Sport of Bowls as adopted by Bowls England.

The resumed games will be played to 21 or 15 ends depending on the point reached by any rinks not resuming.

11.

The Hon. Secretary of the club appearing first in each round must send the scorecards, signed by the respective skips to the Competition Secretary immediately after the match. The

result should also be telephoned to the competition secretary that evening.

12. For the Final and where both games are played on the same green, the rink on which an extra end shall be played in the event of a tie shall be decided by the Umpire or Official in charge by drawing a number from within the range of rink numbers as played on.

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C. G. GILBERT

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Prelim

6th July

Fordham

Stretham

Meldreth

Ely Beet

Soham

Littleport

City of Ely

Trumpington

Newmarket

St. Neots A

Chippenham

St. Neots

Bottisham

Cottenham

Peacock Cup

County Club Mixed Competition

1) Each club team will consist of three fours.

2) First club named in the draw will be the HOME team.

3) Each rink will consist of one of each gender at lead/two

4) Each rink will consist of one of each gender at three/skip.

5) A game will be 18 ends with all shots to count

6) In the event of a tie an extra shall be played, the away team to decide which rink prior to start of the game.

MIXED - ROY PEACOCK CUP

Holders: Fordham BC

Telephone Results to : Dot Careless 07766 838386

All Dates are Play By:

1st Round

13th July

Qtr. Final

20th July

Semi Final

27th July

St. Neots

Final

7/9th Sept WINNER

Chesterton

Isleham

Histon

Haddenham

March Cons

March Town

Steeple Morden

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Soham A

County League Rules

1. Fours league, teams shall consist of 4 Fours, 21 ends. 3 points for a win 1.5 for a tie, plus 1 point for each rink, 0.5 for a tie rink.

2. Triples League, teams shall consist of 4 Triples, 18 ends. 3 points for a win 1.5 for a tie, plus 1 point for each rink, 0.5 for a tie rink.

3. All games played in May, June, July commence by 18:30, August 18:15

4. Score cards, from both teams, to be sent to the League Secretary with in 24hrs of the match, (email forms confirming results are the preferred communication as longs they have all the players’ names and the amount of ends played).

5. In the event of teams tying for any position in the league shot difference will determine the position.

6. Where there are two Divisions in a league, then the team that has finished bottom of the higher division will be replaced by the team that has won the lower division.

7. The league programme will be published in the County handbook and given to the Clubs at the October Council meeting (subject to no league amendments and rule changes).

8. Players must be registered with the league secretary at least 24 hours before playing in the leagues. No player to register for more than one club. Clubs entering more than one team must register a list of ‘a’ team members and ‘b’ team members. Playing unregistered players may result in the Competition Committee deducting clubs points and shots.

9. All matches shall be played on FIXED DATES as shown in the handbook and circulated to clubs at the October Council Meeting. Inclement weather is the only valid reason for being unable play matches. Matches needing to be re-arranged due to inclement weather must be re-arranged and notified to the league official within SEVEN days. Failure to agree rearranged dates will result in both Clubs being deducted 10 points and 20 shots.

10. Matches abandoned due to weather, bad light or any other valid reason, and the match having reached 15 ends stage on all rinks, and then the score at the 15 end stage stands as a result. If less than 15 ends have been played the match shall be replayed.

11. In the Fours league, the rinks are too made up mainly of all men but Clubs can play up to 3 ladies per match. Ladies players must be registered.

12. The Triples league is a open league, Clubs can play All Men, Ladies or Mixed Triples.

13. Default of players. In the event of a team being one player short for the Triples match, the result will be decided by the overall score of the three full triples, the defaulting team to lose a quarter of the team score. In the Fours League Bowls England rule on fours play will apply.

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14. Disputes not covered by these rules will be settled by the Competition Committee, whose decision will be final.

County Fours League

Newmarket Cup

1 Balsham 2 Chesterton

5 Romsey 6 Meldreth

9 Newmarket Avenue 10 Coleridge

3 Histon

7 Sawston

4 Cambridge & County

8 Cambridge Uni. Press

Thursday

Tuesday

3rd May

8th May

2 v 1

1 v 3

3 v 4

4 v 2

5 v 6

7 v 5

8 v 7

6 v 9

9 v 10

10 v 8

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

10th May

17th May

24th May

31st May

7th June

14 June

21st June

5 v 1

4 v 1

9 v 2

4 v 9

1 v 6

9 v 1

8 v 2

6 v 2

2 v 3

1 v 8

5 v 3

8 v 9

2 v 5

4 v 7

3 v 9

8 v 5

3 v 7

6 v 8

2 v 7

7 v 6

6 v 3

8 v 4

9 v 7

6 v 4

7 v 1

4 v 5

3 v 8

5 v 9

7 v 10

10 v 6

10 v 5

2 v 10

10 v 3

10 v 4

1 v 10

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

28th June

5th July

12th July

19th July

26th July

2nd August

9th August

23rd August

1 v 2

3 v 1

1 v 5

1 v 4

2 v 9

9 v 4

6 v 1

1 v 9

4 v 3

2 v 4

2 v 6

3 v 2

8 v 1

3 v 5

9 v 8

5 v 2

6 v 5

5 v 7

9 v 3

5 v 8

7 v 3

8 v 6

7 v 2

6 v 7

7 v 8

9 v 6

4 v 8

7 v 9

4 v 6

1 v 7

5 v 4

8 v 3

Thursday 30th August 2 v 8 7 v 4 3 v 6 9 v 5 10 v 1

Result cards to be sent within 24 hours of the game being completed (preferred scanned cards and emailing) to Philip Harper=Scott, 73 Rockmill End, Willingham, Cambridge CB24 5HY. email [email protected]

. Tel: 01954 261294 or 07714 278 973

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10 v 9

8 v 10

10 v 7

6 v 10

5 v 10

10 v 2

3 v 10

4 v 10

Note Clubs may play up to 3 ladies per game in the fours league. (Rule 11)

County Open Triples League -

Forsdyke Cup

Tuesday

Thursday

Tuesday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Tuesday

Thursday

Tuesday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

Thursday

1st May 1 v 4 6 v 2 3 v 8 10 v 7 9 v 11 5 v 12

3rd May 11 v 1 2 v 3 4 v 5 7 v 6 8 v 9 12 v 10

8th May 1 v 3 4 v 2 5 v 7 8 v 6 11 v 10 9 v 12

10th May 10 v 1 2 v 9 3 v 11 6 v 4 5 v 8 7 v 12

17th May

24th May

31st May

1 v 9

1 v 7

2 v 1

2 v 10

8 v 2

3 v 4

4 v 8

9 v 3

5 v 6

7 v 3

10 v 5

7 v 8

11 v 5

6 v 11

10 v 9

12 v 6

12 v 4

11 v 12

7th June

14th June

21st June

28th June

5th July

9 v 7 2 v 5 6 v 3 8 v 11 4 v 10 12 v 1

1 v 5 7 v 2 10 v 8 6 v 9 11 v 4 3 v 12

1 v 8 11 v 7 5 v 3 10 v 6 4 v 9 12 v 2

6 v 1 2 v 11 7 v 4 3 v 10 9 v 5 8 v 12

4 v 1 2 v 6 8 v 3 7 v 10 11 v 9 12 v 5

10th July

12th July

17th July

19th July

1 v 11 3 v 2 5 v 4 6 v 7 9 v 8 10 v 12

3 v 1 2 v 4 7 v 5 6 v 8 10 v 11 12 v 9

1 v 10 9 v 2 11 v 3 4 v 6 8 v 5 7 v 12

9 v 1 10 v 2 8 v 4 3 v 7 5 v 11 6 v 12

26th July 7 v 1 2 v 8 3 v 9 5 v 10 11 v 6 4 v 12

2nd August 1 v 2 4 v 3 6 v 5 8 v 7 9 v 10 12 v 11

9th August 7 v 9 5 v 2 3 v 6 11 v 8 10 v 4 1 v 12

16th August 5 v 1 2 v 7 8 v 10 9 v 6 4 v 11 12 v 3

23rd August 8 v 1 7 v 11 3 v 5 6 v 10 9 v 4 2 v 12

30th August 1 v 6 11 v 2 4 v 7 10 v 3 5 v 9 12 v 8

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Result cards to be sent within 24 hours to Philip Harper-Scottl

[email protected]

.

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COMPETITORS DIRECTORY LADIES

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Jan’s

Coaches

Private Hire

Luxury Coaches including Executive, Single and

Double Decker Vehicles

Holiday and Day Excursions

23 Town End

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Tel. 01353 721344

email [email protected]

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COMPETITORS DIRECTORY MENS

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Constitution and Rules

The name of the Association shall be BOWLS CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

Mission Statement

To develop, promote and administer the game of Lawn Bowls in Cambridgeshire to achieve maximum participation enjoyment and success.

1.

Aims

(a) To adopt and enforce the Rules and constitution of Bowls England and the Laws of the

Sport of Bowls Crystal Mark Edition with the bye-laws currently laid down by Bowls

England.

(b) To promote, organise various competition of the affiliated Clubs. Including the preliminary rounds of all National Championships qualifiers.

(c)To interpret when called upon by affiliated Clubs, or members thereof, difficult or doubtful questions of law and practice and arbitrate in all disputes referred to the Association between Affiliated Clubs and members thereof.

2.

Membership

(a) Membership of the Association shall be open to Clubs in the County of Cambridgeshire possessing greens with banks and ditches in compliance with the Laws of the Sport of

Bowls Crystal Mark Edition and having no fewer than 16 members, and a playing surface of at least 31 metres long in the direction of play.

(b) Clubs playing on greens connected with licensed premises must be managed by an

Executive Committee and must have sole and exclusive use of funds of the Club and the green on which they play.

(c) Clubs playing on Council or other public greens must possess a permit from the local authority allowing them to use rinks for competitive purposes.

(d) Clubs seeking to become members will be required to request an application form from the Secretary. All applications for affiliation will be dealt with by the Council.

(e) We have three categories of membership the Club (Full members) and individuals

(Affiliated Members), Association and leagues at the discretion of the Executive Committee become (Associate Members). Life membership may be awarded for services to Bowls

Cambridgeshire.

Bowls Cambridgeshire shall be open to all irrespective of nationality, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, race or colour.

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3.

Fees and Subscriptions

Annual subscription will be based on the Clubs individual membership at a sum fixed by the

Council. Annual subscription will be paid no later than 30 th November of the preceding year any club failing to pay the subscription by the due date will forfeit all rights and privileges of membership until the whole of the arrears have been discharged. Competition entry fees will also be agreed by the Council.

4. Management and administration

(a) The affairs of Bowls Cambridgeshire will be conducted by a Council consisting of the

President, SVP, JVP, IPP, Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Match Secretary,

Competition Secretary, Treasurer, Child/Vulnerable people officer and two council members per Club and Life members. Clubs must notify the Secretary of the names of the

Clubs Council members.

(b) Bowls Cambridgeshire Executive Committee shall deal with the day to day running of the association and will through the committee structure report back to the Council twice a year. The Executive committee will consist of the President, SVP, JVP, IPP, Chair, Vice

Chair, Secretary, Match Secretary, Competition Secretary, Treasurer and Child/Vulnerable people officer. The Executive officers, SVP, JVP, representatives to Bowls England,

Eastern Counties BA, Middle England League, shall be elected at the Annual General

Meeting.

(c) The Committees will be as follows and the Chair and Secretary will sit on all committees as ex- officio members. Annex A lists the committees’ responsibilities.

Each Committee will appoint a note taker who will record bullet points of resolved issues.

Finance (Chair :- Treasurer plus SVP, and three elected council members)

Competitions (Chair:- Competition Secretary plus JVP and five elected members)

Matches (Chair:- Assistant Secretary plus President, and five elected members)

Development &General Purposes (Chair:- Vice Chair, President, SVP, JVP, IPP plus two elected member)

Benevolent & Good Fellowship Committee (Trustees plus President and two elected members)

Emergency (Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary & Treasurer)

5.

Annual and other General Meetings

The Annual General meeting will be held before the 2 nd Saturday in December each year.

To transact the following business:

(a) to receive and if approved adopt the following annual reports

Chair Annual report

Secretary’s Annual report

Treasurer’s financial statement on the association’s account to end of the preceding year

(Financial year 1 st October to 30 th September)

(b) to receive amendments to the constitution, the secretary must receive any amendments by 1 st September. In order to change the constitution there must be a 2/3 majority of those

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present and eligible to vote

(c) to elect the Executive Committee and Presidential team

(d) to elect two auditors

Twenty-one days notice of all Annual and General meeting shall be given, specifying matters to be dealt with.

A Special General Meeting may be convened at any time by the Executive Committee and shall be convened within twenty-one days from receipt of a requisition in writing signed by not less than six member clubs specifying the object of the meeting for any of the following purposes:

(i) to deal with any special matter which the Executive Committee may desire to place before the members

(ii) to deal with any special matter which the membership require the meeting may desire to place before them. Notice convening a Special General Meeting shall be sent to the members not less than fourteen days before the meeting and shall specify the matter to be dealt with.

6.

Chair, Secretary and Treasurer

The Chair will submit a report on the activities of the Executive committee, mindful of the

Mission Statement and Aims of Bowls Cambridgeshire

The Secretary shall keep a record of all business transacted at Annual and Special General

Meetings, Council Meetings and meeting of the Executive committee, and report on the proceedings of Bowls Cambridgeshire throughout the year

The Treasurer will tender a full and proper financial statement including an income and expenditure of the past year audited by two persons appointed for that purpose at the AGM

Copies of all reports shall be sent to every affiliated Club fourteen days before the Annual

Meeting.

7.

Rules and regulations

Bowls Cambridgeshire will issue rules and regulations that will form part of the constitution.

8.

Alterations to the rules

These rules may be rescinded, amended or added to only by a resolution in that behalf when at least two-thirds of the eligible votes are cast in favour by delegates present and voting at the Annual General meeting or a General Meeting convened for that purpose.

9.

Matters Not Provided For

If any matter shall arise which in the opinion of the Council or Executive Committee is not provided for in the Rules then the same may be determined by the Council in such manner as it deems fit, and every such determination shall be binding upon Clubs and members of

Clubs unless and until set aside by a resolution at a General Meeting

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BOWLS CAMBRIDGESHIRE CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

Singles

Tufnel Cup

2009 J Christie

2010 E Falkner

2011 J Christie

Junior Singles

Patrons Bowl

2009 No Competition

2010 E Felce

2011 E Felce

Two Wood Singles

Huckle Cup

2009 S Alexander

2010 M Osborne

2011 S Alexander

St Neots

St Neots

St Neots

St Neots

St Neots

Webber Cup

D Lewis

L Botten

C Chapman

Roy Brown Cup

S Tunbridge

R Catton

R Drew

City of Ely

Newmarket Av

Chesterton

Chesterton

Cambridge & County

Cambridge & County

St Neots

St Neots

St Neots

Pairs

Colville Cup

2009 R Addison, J Christie

2010 R Addison, J Christie

2011 E Taylor, J Stephens

Triples

Rolfe Cup

Newmarket Av M Fuller, P Dockerill Newmarket Av

2009 J Christie, S Alexander

E Falkner

2010 J Douglas, S Hall

A How

2011 D Chapman, B Clutterbuck

St Neots

Chesterton

D Smith Meldreth

Fours

Gatward Cup

St Neots

St Neots

Briscoe Cup

N Russell, B Russell Abbey

E Kemp, J Alexander Littleport

Lucas-Tooth Cup

M Binge, N Flack

S Jacobs Sawston

K Kent, C Chapman

M Law

R Catton

Dale Cup

J Stewart, R Drew

Chesterton

Cambridge & County

2009 C Hollingsworth, V Horry

C Salisbury, S Matthews

2010 R Addison, S Alexander

County

2011

J Christie, E Falkner

L Churchman, D Miller

S Richie, C Salisbury

March Cons

St Neots

March Town

D Stimpson, K Beavis

P Butcher, A Newbold March Town

M Pankhurst, K Bane

I Miller, R Catton Cambridge &

G Hudson, C Scotcher

J Betts, M Carter March Town

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Champion of Champions

Pepper Cup

2009 C Locking

2010 D Smith

2011 E Falkner

County

Chesterton

Newnham

St Neots

Over 55 Singles

Cooper Cup

2009 D Smith

2010 M Osborne

2011 S Alexander

Over 55 Pairs

Duller Cup

2009 B Clutterbuck, D Smith

2010 R Addison, S Alexander

2011

Meldreth

St Neots

Top Club

St Neots Trophy

2009 St Neots BC

2010 Chesterton BC

2011 March Town BC

Club Championship 4 Triples Mixed

Huckle Cup

2009 Chesterton BC

2010 Littleport BC

2011 March Town BC

Benevolent Triples other cup

2009 S Wren, M Appleton, R Addison

2010 M Southgate, A Taylor, J Hazelwood

2011 L Churchman, J Jolley, D Miller

Newnham

St Neots

St Neots

James Trophy

B Grimwood Isleham

P Rodgers

M Pankhurst

Soham

Cambridge &

Under 40’s Singles

HC Davis Trophy

J Smyth

B Russell

Chippenham

Abbey

Withdrawn as under 40’s competition

Secretary/Treasurer

H J Brown

Eaton Socon BC

Newmarket Avenue BC

Haddenham BC

Men’s Club Championship

CG Gilbert Cup

Littleport BC

Newmarket Avenue BC

Meldreth BC

Club Double Rink

H H Norton Cup

March Town BC

Sawston BC

City of Ely BC

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