7. The Captain/ Secretary of the winning team will inform the Association’s HQ within 24 hours
by phone or email of the result of the match followed by the scorecards or email showing team
names and rink scores. The Draw for the next round will be shown on the EIBA Ltd website
8. The Final will be played at the National Championship Finals
UNDER 18 COUNTY TWO RINK TRIPLES (MIXED)
1. This Championship is open to all Member Counties who may have unlimited entries of two
mixed rinks of 3 players in each rink (any combination).
2. Players must not have attained the age of 18 on 30th September 2018.
3. The competition will be played in a regional round robin league, with teams playing home and
away fixtures and both rinks playing at the same venue.
4. Games will be 18 ends or maximum 3 hours 30 mins; whichever is the shorter not including
trial ends. An end where the jack has been cast before 3 hours 30 mins must be played to a
5. No dead ends – If a jack in motion passes completely outside the boundaries of the rink of
play or rebounds to distance of less than 20 metres from the mat line, the jack shall be respotted.
If the jack passes outside the side boundary of the rink it should be placed on a prearranged
spot on the rink which is 2 metres from the front ditch and 1½ metres to the left or
right of the centre line, on the side that it left the rink of play.
If a bowl is on the re-spot, the jack will be placed as near as possible to the bowl without
touching it, between the spot and the centre of the rink. If any other bowls are in the way the
jack will be placed as near to that without touching it and the centre of the rink. In other words,
directly between the 2 spots without touching a bowl.
6. 3 points for the winning team, 1 point each if match is tied.
7. The winner of the group will qualify for the Final or Semi-Final (depending on the number of
8. The Final will be played at the National Championship Finals.
The Competitions Sub-committee reserve the right to amend or modify any National
Championship rule and programme of events, from time to time, as required or considered
necessary for the smooth running of the Championships.