Ladies Competitions 2019

The Competition Dates for 2019 and the FORMS for entry to the Championships and Competitions are now available. Please follow all instructions for delivery deadline and payment notified on the forms. 

Finals Day 2018

Our Finals Day this year was held at NARBOROUGH Bowling Club on SUNDAY, 9 September.  Details of the 2018 Championship and General Competition winners and runners-up are seen  below.

 
WINNERRUNNER-UP
4wd Singles Championship
C Inserra (Wymeswold)
C Dixon (New Lount)
2wd Singles Championship
D Hurst (Birstall)
SA Lewis-Wall (Kingscroft)
Pairs Championship
N Hughes, JL Winch (Kingscroft)
M Moore, J Horsley (Oadby)
Triples Championship
SA Lewis-Wall, N HUghes, JL Winch
(Kingscroft) (C Locking, sub in final)
H Smith, N Hollis, L Green (New Lount)
Fours Championship
C Burton, J Bilsbrough, K Kyle,
J Bontoft (Shepshed)
S Forryan, H Staniforth, M Groombridge,
E Barrett (Hinckley)
Senior Fours Championship
J Elliott, V Newman, C Dixon, L Green
(New Lount)
C Inserra, B Livermore, L Willatts, K Rothera
(Wymeswold)
Junior Singles Championship
Sunita Pimprasan (Birstall)
K Bowman (Thringstone)
Junior Pairs Championship
E Shipley, K Bowman (Hinckley/Thringstone)
A Atkin, R Barnes (Ashby)
Champion of Champions
P Walker (Birstall)
K Kyle (Shepshed)
Unbadged Singles
S Cobb (Blaby)
 J Jones (L Greenfields)
Secretary & Delegates Salver
K Rothera (Wymeswold)
J Watson (Coalville)
2wd Triples
L Hibbins, J Smith, B Chantler
(Mkt Bosworth)
C Burton, K Kyle, J Bontoft (Shepshed)
Senior Singles
J Watson (Coalville Town)
B Lewis (Kingscroft)
Senior Pairs
J Elliott, C Dixon (New Lount)
J Watson, J Everitt (Coalville/Birstall)
Unbadged Double Rink
Quorn Mills Park BC
Fosseway BC
Top Club
Kingscroft BC
Wymeswold BC

Competition Rules

The documents below are presented in PDF format for ease of reading.

Behaviour in Competitions and Matches

Leicestershire has a tradition of fair play and courtesy to opposition players.  Please note that the Etiquette guidelines on behaviour are no longer in the County Yearbook.  These guidelines are noted here and access to a PDF format that you can download and print is available from this page.  It is right and proper for us to mantain a stance on behaviour without resorting to additional rules to those provided in the Laws of the Sport of Bowls and Bowls England Regulations 50-70: Appendix C: Code of Conduct for Competitors in Bowls England National Championship/Competition Finals.  Please note that the nature of Misconduct is covered in Bowls England Disciplinary Regulation 9.  In addition... a guidance booklet is available from Bowls England.  We recommend Clubs purchase copies for New Bowlers as an Introduction to the game.


Guidance for New Bowlers

This booklet has been compiled with the aim of pointing out what is expected of you as a member of your County Organisation and your Club, your general attitude to your fellow bowlers and of course guidance on playing the game.

ETIQUETTE

  1. Dress correctly for all games.
  2. Greet your own team members and opponents at the start of the game and congratulate and compliment them at the end of play.
  3. Compliment your opponent on a good shot.
  4. Admit to a fluke with good grace.
  5. Stand still when a player is on the mat.
  6. Do not walk or make a noise behind the mat when a player is about to deliver a bowl.
  7. Remain behind the mat or behind the head when it is not your turn to play. As soon as your bowl has come to rest, possession of the rink passes to your opponent.
  8. Keep to your own rink. Do not become a wanderer and distract other bowlers. Walk down the centre of your rink when you are changing ends.
  9. On sunny days be aware of your shadow. Do not let it mask the jack or permit it to fall in front of the mat when a player is about to bowl.
  10. Try to avoid obscuring boundary pegs, rink plates or rink markers.
  11. Never criticise your opponent, the Green, or your own team members. If you cannot say something positive – say nothing at all.
  12. Pay attention, concentrate on the game. It is frustrating to your team mates if you are not giving full attention and best effort. Socialise after the game.
  13. Always appear to be enjoying the game.
  14. Stand well back from the head when drive shots are being played and warn others.
  15. Learn the laws of the sport and abide by them.
  16. Be a gracious winner and a good loser.
Individuals and clubs can download this PDF article to print and keep for future reference.
BEHAVIOUR (ETIQUETTE) TOWARDS FELLOW BOWLERS.

Draws & Results

2018 draws and results can be picked up here.  Publication of the new draws for 2019, once done in January next, replace the previous results.

Select a Competition ICON below to view the play dates, draw and results. Click on FINALS links below for details and results of finals.  If you wish to download copies of Championships etc by AREA please click on links below.  Please note JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS are drawn openly on the event days.

Championships (Leamington Competitions)


4WD SINGLES2WD SINGLESPAIRSTRIPLESOPEN FOURSSNR FOURS
AREA 1 
AREA 2GROUP A
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AREA 1+4
above

AREA 3 
AREA 4    GROUP B
above

AREA 2+3
above

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Competitions (Non-Leamington)


CHAMP OF
CHAMPS

2WD TRIPLES
VENUE 1
 Belgrave

2WD TRIPLES
VENUE 2
Coalville

SECRETARIES
SINGLES
UNBADGED
SINGLES
UNBADGED
DOUBLE RINK
PATRONS
DAY
Rounds
 
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