- First named player(s) in the draw are the Challengers; the second named player(s) are the Opponents.
Challenger(s) are encouraged to arrange dates at the earliest opportunity.
- Challenger(s) must give Opponent(s) three dates, only one of which may be a Saturday or Sunday morning. At least 72 hours notice must be given before the first date. If no dates are offered within 7 days of the closing date then the Opponent(s) can offer a date within the time frame of the round.
- All games must be played to the Bowls England rules of the game.
- Starting times of the game must be by mutual consent, the earliest start on weekdays is 2pm, or Saturday / Sunday’s after 10am, but consideration must be made for those that work.
- Opponent(s) must accept one of the three dates, unless a further convenient date is arranged by mutual consent before the closing date of the round.
- Failure to accept any of the offered dates or to mutually agree an alternative date will result in the Opponent(s) being eliminated.
- All score cards must be signed by ALL Players, and show All players names, date played, name of the competition and score, and then be placed in the box provided.
- Any dispute must be referred to the Competition Committee, who in very exceptional circumstances, and at the discretion of the Competition Committee, can allow an extension of a maximum of TWO days.
- Challenger(s) will be responsible for booking a rink.
- Challenger will be responsible, in singles competition, for providing a marker, who must not be a relative of either player, except by mutual consent.
Please do not enter competitions if you are not available over Finals Weekend.
Revised December 2017