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TOP CLUB (MIXED) 1. This Championship is open to all Member Clubs who may have unlimited entries. All players will be members of the same Club and playing their National Championships from that Club. 2. Teams will be a mixed side of 11 players consisting of a mixed 2 wood fours (2 men, 2 ladies), a mixed 3 wood triples (any combination), a mixed 4 wood pairs, a ladies 2 wood singles and a men’s 2 wood singles. 3. All games will be played under the National Championship Rules and in accordance with the Laws of the Sport of Indoor Bowls with the following exceptions: i) Pairs and fours games shall be 18 ends or maximum 3hr 30 mins; whichever is the 216 shorter, not including trial ends. ii) Triples games shall be 16 ends or maximum 3hr 30 mins; whichever is the shorter, not including trial ends. iii) Singles games shall be 18 ends to determine the winner. 4. Both singles games should be played to 18 ends to cover the possibility of a tied game. Male and Female substitutes are allowed in the team providing the players are members of the competing Club and have not previously played for any other team in the Championship. All games are to be played, failure of a team to provide 11 players shall result in a “walkover” for their opponents. 5. Each of the games to be scored on a maximum of 16 points with 2 points awarded to the winner of each singles game and 1 point to each side if drawn. 4 points awarded to the winner of each pairs, triples and fours game and 2 points to each side if drawn. The overall winner will be the side scoring the most points. If equality exists the winning side shall be determined in the following order: - i) The total number of shots scored ii) The most ends won iii) Fours playing an extra end 6. Games will be played at 10.00am on dates as published on the www.eiba.co.uk website or earlier by mutual agreement, a later start time is permissible if both clubs agree. The Challenger is responsible for providing an umpire and markers for the singles games. 7. Rink fees will be shared. 8. Dress for all rounds will be whites/registered dress. 9. The Semi-Finals and Final will be played on a date and at a venue arranged by the Competitions Sub-Committee. UNDER 25 CLUB DOUBLE RINK (OPEN) 1. This Championship is open to all Member Clubs, each being represented by a ‘single’ entry of two rinks of four players. Ties to be played on the same day simultaneously on a one ‘four’ home one ‘four’ away basis. 2. Games will be played at 10.00am on dates as published on the www.eiba.co.uk website or earlier by mutual agreement, a later start time is permissible if both clubs agree. 3. Competitors will not have attained the age of 25 years on 30th April 2017. Sides may consist of any combination of male and/or female competitors. Where two Clubs do not have enough registered under 25 members they may join together to form a side, subject to the written approval of the Competitions Sub-committee. A signed declaration confirming that the Club has insufficient registered members under the age of 25 will be required from the Secretary of both Clubs. 4. The Semi-Finals and Final will be played on a date and at a venue arranged by the Competitions Sub-Committee.


EIBA ltd yearbook 2016 - 2017
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