conditions of play – all men`s club competition

conditions of play – all men`s club competition
Ferny Grove Bowls, Sports & Community Club Inc.
Men’s Bowling Division
CONDITIONS OF PLAY – ALL MEN’S CLUB COMPETITION GAMES
CONTROLLING BODY
The controlling Body will be the Men’s Bowling Division
Committee of the Ferny Grove Bowls, Sports & Community
Club Inc.
The club competitions will be run by a Sub-committee
consisting of the Games Director, Club President and Vice
President.
LAWS OF THE SPORT
All games shall be conducted under the Laws of the sport of
Bowls Crystal Mark 3rd Edition including Domestic
Regulations for Australia.
COMPETITIONS
These Conditions of Play apply to the following club
competitions: Men’s A Singles
 Men’s B Singles – Open to any male bowler who has not
won an A Singles at any club, or who has not previously
won a B Singles at this club.
 Men’s Pairs
 Men’s Triples
 Men’s Fours
 Mixed Pairs
 Open (Men/Ladies) Novice Singles – Open to any Bowler
who has been playing bowls for less than two years at any
club as at the closing time for nominations.
 Open (Men/Ladies) Veteran Singles – Open to any bowler
who has attained the age of 70 years at the closing time
for nominations.
 Open (Men/Ladies) Veteran Pairs – Open to any bowler
who has attained the age of 70 years at the closing time
for nominations.
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ELIGIBILITY
Only bowlers who are registered financial members of this club
at the closing time for nominations shall be eligible to play in
these competitions.
UNIFORM
Ferny Grove Club Shirt (any approved Club Shirt)
White, Cream or Bottle Green Pants / Shorts
TRIAL ENDS
Before the start of play in any game, or before continuing an
unfinished game on another day, one trial end can be played in
each direction using the number of bowls that will be used by the
player during the game.
SINGLES
First to reach 25 shots, 4 Bowls
Must have a Marker in Club Uniform.
PAIRS
21 Ends, 4 Bowls (playing 2x2)
TRIPLES
21 Ends, 3 Bowls
FOURS
21 Ends, 2 Bowls
DEAD ENDS
Dead ends to be replayed (No re-spotting the jack).
EXTRA ENDS
In the event of a tied score at the end of the designated number of
ends an extra end must be played to determine a winner. A toss of
a coin is required with the winner of the toss to determine who
shall play first.
PLAYER MOVEMENT
DURING PLAY
After delivering their first bowl, players will only be allowed to
walk up to the head under the following circumstances;Singles game:
 Each Player: after delivery of their third and fourth bowls
Pairs game:
 The leads: after delivery of their second, third and fourth
bowls; and
 The skips: after delivery of their second, third and fourth
bowls
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Triples game:
 The leads and seconds: after delivery of the second’s third
bowl; and
 The skips: after delivery of each of their bowls.
Fours game:
 The leads, seconds and thirds: after delivery of the third’s
second bowl; and
 The skips: after delivery of each of their bowls.
In exceptional and limited circumstances, a skip can ask that
a player walks up to the head earlier than described above.
POSITION OF PLAYERS
WHEN NOT PLAYING
Players at the mat end not delivering a bowl should stand at
least one (1) metre behind the mat.
Players at the head end (jack end) of the rink not controlling
play should stand:
1. At least two (2) metres behind the jack if they are a
member of the team in possession of the rink.
2. Behind the jack and away from the head if they are a
member of the team in possession of the rink.
3. On the surrounds of the green if the jack is in the ditch, or
well clear of the head if it is not possible to stand on the
surrounds.
At the start of each end only the skip or his deputy will be at the
head.
DELAYING PLAY
No player, excluding skips, is permitted to remain at the head
whilst their opposite number is delivering their bowl.
Any skip who goes to the head and remains there following
delivery of their bowl shall stand behind the last bowl of the
head closest to the bank or retire to the bank whilst their
opposite number is delivering their bowl.
Skips who remain at the head end will return to the mat
immediately their opponents bowl has come to rest.
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REPLACEMENT AND
SUBSTITUTE PLAYERS
Bowls Australia Domestic Regulations (Regulation 2) apply.
GENERAL CONDITIONS
Opening and closing dates/times for these competitions will
be advertised on the club notice board.
All games will be played on a knockout (elimination) basis.
Subject to agreement between opposing teams, availability of
rinks and consent of the Games Director, games must be
played on or before the date set down.
Play, Substitute or Forfeit – Games set down are to be played
and a substitute provided if any one player is unavailable.
Skips are responsible for the availability of their team players
and/or provision of a substitute. The Committee reserves the
right to forfeit player/s team or teams that fail to complete
games by the due date.
It is expected that goodwill and cooperation will exist
between all players competing in these competitions.
Singles games (except Finals) will not be permitted on a
Saturday afternoon.
Pairs games will only be permitted on Saturday afternoons
upon receipt of approval from the Games Director.
Wherever feasible, all Finals should be played on a Saturday
Afternoon.
Men’s Bowling Division Committee
2 November 2016
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