Scotch Pairs League – Summer
Regisration is currently closed. Reg'n begins June 22th and closes July 5th
Laws of the Sport of Bowls, Crystal Mark 4, 2022, will apply with the following provisions:
Start time is 6:30 pm. This may only be varied if there are extenuating circumstances, and both skips agree.
This league is gender neutral.
3 bowls per player. No trial ends. Registration $ 5.00 pp
Players will start the game at their respective ends of the green. The leads will bowl their bowls, and then the skips. In the second end, the skips will bowl their bowls first, and the leads will bowl last. The play will alternate each end.
Scheduled is five 12 end games in a round robin format. Opponents for all games will be determined by the draw prior to the first game.
Games must be played on the scheduled evening unless rained out, OR under special circumstances, with the approval of the opposing team, games may be rescheduled. Any special circumstances game should be played prior to the next scheduled game.
Rain-outs – The league director, or the greenskeeper, will determine if conditions are too poor to play. Rained-out games are to be completed before the next scheduled game.
Default – A team will default their game if they are not ready to bowl by 15 minutes after the scheduled start time. The game will be scored in favour of the non-defaulting team and the average of shots for and against from all the games played that evening will be awarded.
Spares – each team is allowed one spare for the 5 scheduled games. Spares must be noted on score sheet.
Respotting the Jack – if the jack passes outside the boundaries of the rink it will be respotted on the centre line, 2 meters from the front of the ditch.
Scoring – 3 points for a win, 1 for a tie, 0 for a loss. Shots for and against will be recorded. Ends won are not relevant.
Final standings will be determined by game points. If tied for game points, the tie will b e broken by the best positive shot differential +-10, with the highest number prevailing.
Kate Wilson, convenor