Club Championships 2022-23

Men’s Events

Sept 25 Championship 2 Bowl Singles
Oct. 2,9 Championship Fours
Nov 6,13 Championship Triples Day 1,2
Dec 11 Catch up day
Feb 19,26 Championship Pairs Day 1,2
Mar 2 Country Week Welcome Fours
Mar 12,26 Championship Singles 1,2
Mar 26 Championship Novice Singles

Women’s Events

Sept 17 Championship 2 Bowl Singles
Oct 9 100 Up
Oct 28 Ladies Gala Day
Nov 6, TBA Championship Fours 1,2
Nov 20, TBA Championship Triples 1,2
Feb 5,19 Championship Pairs
Feb 26 Championship Singles 1
Mar Sun 12 Championship Singles 2
Mar Sun 12 Championship Novice Singles

Mixed Events

Sept 11 Opening Day
Dec 4,18 Championship Mixed Pairs Day 1,2
Jan 15    Finals TBA Championship Mixed Fours
April Mon 10 Easter Monday Mixed Pairs
April Sat 15 Trophy Presentation Dinner

SUMMARY OF CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS BY-LAWS
(See complete list of By-Laws displayed on notice board)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Eligibility for Club Championships – Must be financial and eligible to play pennants for the club.
  • Notices inviting entries for championships shall be posted on The Club Notice Board at least fourteen (14) days prior to the date the competition is scheduled to be played
  • The draw for Club competitions is to be carried out at The Club two (2) days prior or the Friday before commencement of the event.
  • Competitors will be expected to play up to three (3) matches in an event in a single day.
  • A ‘Substitute Player’ will not be eligible for ‘Bowler of the Year Points’, Club Trophies or their name on the Honour Board.A ‘Replacement Player’ will be eligible for ‘Bowler of the Year Points’, Club Trophies or their name on the Honour Board.The relevant Match Committee will decide if a player is a ‘substitute player’ or a ‘replacement player’.
  • In a Singles Competition, a defeated player must, if requested by the Match Committee, mark in the following round.
  • Sectional Play or Knockout Play will be at the discretion of the Match Committee.
  • Conditions of Play will be advised on the Nomination Forms for each event.
  • Vacant rinks on greens, while being used for Pennant competitions or Club events are not to be used for any other purpose.
  • Members may use vacant greens not being used for these events but approved (by the greenkeeper) for practice, roll-ups or coaching, providing they wear neat and tidy attire.
  • Trophies for all Championship events will be presented at the Annual Club Trophy Presentation Dinner.

ATTIRE

  1. Club members competing or officiating in Pennant and Club Championship Events must wear the ‘Manning Memorial Bowling Club’ uniform. Failure to wear Club uniform in Club championship events will result in forfeiture of that event.
    PLEASE NOTE:  BLACK CLUB SOCIAL SHIRTS ARE NOT TO BE WORN FOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS OR PENNANT
  2. The Club uniform is:
    • Club pennant shirt and Royal Blue pants, shorts, skorts, or skirt.
    • If worn, hats must be Royal Blue or white with the regulation Bowls Australia logo.
    • Alternatively, Manning Club hatbands must be attached to white hats that are without a Bowls Australia Logo.