Club competitions

 

MILFORD ON SEA BOWLS CLUB – FINALS TIMETABLE 2017

WINNERS IN RED

DAY/DATE

TIME

RINK

COMPETITION

FINALISTS

MARKER

FLAPPER

SUNDAY

10TH SEPT

10.30

 

ROSE BOWL

SHEILA HALL

MERLE YOUNGMAN

DIANA

GOODYEAR

 

10.30

 

ADEY PLATE

VAL HUSBAND

JANICE PERKINS

MARGARET

ROCK

 

10.30

 

ERIC WHITE CUP

GARY BURNETT

TERRY MUNFORD

BOB

WARD

 

L   U     N   C   H

14.00

 

PRESIDENT’S

CUP

DAVE TERRY

PAUL THEOBALD

HOWARD

FARMER

 

14.00

 

HAYWARD

FOX

SHEILA HALL & DAVID HALL

JUDY SPOONER & PETER LARKE

MATCH STILL TO BE COMPLETED

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D A   Y   T W   O

MONDAY

11TH SEPT

10.30

 

YOUNG CUP

DAVID HALL

PETER THOROGOOD

DAVE

TERRY

 

L   U     N   C   H

14.00

 

DAWSON

PAIRS

PETER KAYE & JOHN PADDINGTON

DAVID HALL & EAMONN MAHER

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DON HENRY CUP

Congratulations to Rob Perkins

&

Howard Farmer as Runner up.

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NEEDLES TROPHY 2017

Congratulations to Judy Spooner & Phil Freeman

and to

Stuart Poulson & PeterThorogood as worthy runners up.

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Rosa Macklin Competition

Congratulations to Ron West

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2017 CLUB COMPETITION RESULTS.

PEYTON CUP

Paul Theobald, Merle Youngman & Gerry Copperi

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MILFORD ON SEA BOWLS CLUB FINALS 2016

TROPHY

WINNERS

RUNNERS UP

PRESIDENT’S CUP

DAVID HALL

ROB PERKINS

YOUNG CUP

HOWARD FARMER

PHILIP FREEMAN

ROSE BOWL

SHEILA HALL

JUDY SPOONER

ADEY PLATE

PAT ASHLEY

VAL HUSBAND

HAYWARD FOX

TREVOR & MARGARET ROCK

ROD & GERALDINE SOMERTON

DAWSON PAIRS

PETER KAYE & PETER LARKE

ALAN BURN & SHEILA HALL

NEEDLES PAIRS

HOWARD FARMER & CAROLE TEARLE

DEREK NEWELL & DAVID NEWMAN

PEYTON CUP

PETER KAYE

PETER BRETT

 

MARILY McCANN

DAVID POULTON

 

JUDY SPOONER

PETER THOMPSON

ROSA MACKLIN CUP

KEN TAYLOR

JILL THOMPSON

DON HENRY CUP

ROB PERKINS

DAVID HALL

ERIC WHITE CUP

DON WAITE

RON WEST

SHORT MAT

EAMONN MAHER & GERRY COPPERI

PAUL THEOBALD & PAULINE HANDLEY

MEN’S TRIPLES

CHRIS GREENE

DAVID JARMAN

 

DAVE MUSSON

ALAN EDMUNDS

 

JOHN ASHLEY

PETER LARKE

 

DAVID HALL

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LADIES MONDAY MORNING

JANICE PERKINS

VAL HUSBAND

EVERTON HYUNDAI

ROB PERKINS

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HOWARD FARMER

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DAVID NEWMAN

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COMPETITION FINALISTS 2015

Congratulations to the winning players:

 

ADEY PLATE

 Marily McCann

v

 Jean Yerril

DAWSON CUP

 Janice Perkins
&

Alan Burn

v

 Peter Kaye

Peter Larke

DON HENRY CUP

Di Goodyear

v

Rob Perkins

ERIC WHITE CUP

Ron West

v

Paul Theobald

HAYWARD FOX SHIELD

 Sheila & David Hall

v

 Di Goodyear &

Alan Burn

PEYTON CUP

Chris Greene.

Rob Perkins.

Derrick

Summersby

v

Graham Godfrey.

Judy Spooner.

Rod

Somerton

PRESIDENTS CUP

 Trevor Rock

v

 Rob Perkins

ROSE BOWL

 Sheila Hall

v

 Judy Spooner

YOUNG CUP

 Paul Theobald

v

 Derek Newell

 

 

v

 

 

DAY COMPETITION RESULTS

 

  NEEDLES

WINNERS

John Paddington

&

Eamonn Mayer

RUNNERS UP

Rod & Geraldine

Somerton

 

 

 

 

 

ROSA MACKLIN  CUP

WINNER

Roger Christie

RUNNER UP

Derrick Summersby

 

 

 

OTHER COMPETITION RESULTS

 

EVERTON HYUNDAI

WINNERS

West Moors

RUNNERS UP

Milford on Sea

SHORT MAT COMPETITION

WINNERS

Merle Youngman

Paul Theobald

RUNNERS UP

Chris Greene

Ken Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internal Competitions – In A-Z order

Name of Competition

Adey Plate

Description

Ladies Singles Handicap

Number of ends/shots

First to reach 21 shots

Number of woods

4

Restriction/s

Handicap. Net handicap of players will be applied to the scorecard at the start of game. Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all lady members. Final played on Finals days

Name of Competition

Dawson Cup

Description

 Drawn Pairs *

Number of ends/shots

21 ends played

Number of woods

4

Restriction/s

Order of play may be varied for each round but not during the match. Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

*Open to all male & female members.

Final played on Finals days

Name of Competition

Don Henry Cup

Description

2 wood singles knock out ‘one day’ competition

Number of ends/shots

15 ends played each round

Number of woods

2

Restriction/s

Whites to be worn.

Special features

Open to all male & female members

One day event with final played on Finals day.

Name of Competition

Eric White Cup

Description

2 wood singles ‘one day’ competition

Number of ends/shots

15 ends played each round

Number of woods

2

Restriction/s

Only open to members who haven’t won a singles competition in this club or any other club where they have been a playing member. Greys worn. Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all male & female members

One day event with final played on Finals days.

Name of Competition

Everton Hyundai Triples Competition

Description

One day triples event (self-arranged)

Number of ends/shots

Round robin event

Number of woods

3

Restriction/s

Greys worn

Special features

Open to all male & female members of Milford B C as well as other clubs within New Forest and B&D associations

Name of Competition

Hayward Fox Shield

Description

Mixed pairs (self-arranged)

Number of ends/shots

21 ends played

Number of woods

4

Restriction/s

Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all male & female members

Name of Competition

Needles Trophy (sponsored by Hayward Fox)

Description

Mixed pairs by pre-entry ‘one day’ knock out competition

Number of ends/shots

Each round 40 minutes or maximum of 8 ends

Number of woods

4

Restriction/s

Whites to be worn

Special features

Open to all male & female members

One day event played to completion

Name of Competition

Peyton Cup

Description

Mixed Drawn Triples ‘one day’ competition

Number of ends/shots

18 ends played each round

Number of woods

3

Restriction/s

Order of play may be changed for each round (at beginning only). Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all male & female members.

Final played on Finals days

Name of Competition

President’s Cup

Description

Men’s Singles Championship

Number of ends/shots

First to reach 21 shots

Number of woods

4

Restriction/s

Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all male members. Final played on Finals days

Name of Competition

Rosa Macklin Cup

Description

 singles

Number of ends/shots

Timed heats of 45 mins followed by 10 end final.

Number of woods

3

Restriction/s

Only open to members who haven’t won a singles competition in this club or any other club where they have been a playing member. Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all male & female members.

Now a one day competition

Name of Competition

Rose Bowl

Description

Ladies Singles Championship

Number of ends/shots

First to reach 21 shots

Number of woods

4

Restriction/s

Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all lady members. Final played on Finals days

Name of Competition

Young Cup

Description

Men’s Singles Handicap

Number of ends/shots

First to reach 21 shots

Number of woods

4

Restriction/s

Handicap. Net handicap of players will be applied to the scorecard at the start of game. Greys worn, Whites for Finals

Special features

Open to all male members. Final played on Finals days

January 2015

 

 

Milford on Sea Bowls Club

Internal Competition Rules – Final Revised 2015

General

  1. Competition entry shall be open only to ‘playing’ members of the Club.

  2. The Management Committee will determine annually competition entry fees and will appoint a Club member to serve as Competition Secretary whose job it will be to organise and be responsible for the Club’s internal competitions in collaboration with the Men’s and Ladies’ Captains.

  3. Any dispute, or matter requiring clarification, which the Competition Secretary is unable to resolve will be referred to a Competition Arbitration Committee which will consist of the President, Competition Secretary, Men’s and Ladies Captains. Any three will constitute a quorum and their decision will be final.

  4. The Club Captains will be responsible for the determination and annual allocation of members competition handicaps.

  5. Competition draws, handicaps, challenge end dates and round completion dates will be published on a competition board in the pavilion as soon as possible after a draw is held.

Competition procedures

  1. Competition entrants must follow the following procedures –

  2. The first named (or top name) drawn in a match shall be the ‘Challenger/s’ and In the case of singles matches they will be responsible for arranging a marker.

  3. The Challenger/s must contact their opposition at latest by the challenge date shown on the draw sheet to arrange for the game to be played. Opponents must be given at least two reasonable dates for the playing of the game. The game must be played by the ‘round completion date’ shown on the draw sheet.

  4. Should the Challenger fail to issue the challenge by the date shown on the draw sheet then their opponent/s will automatically become the Challenger and it will become their responsibility to immediately issue two reasonable alternative dates to play the round. In this case, failure to accept the alternative dates offered by the ‘new’ Challenger will result in the forfeiture of the game by the opposition.

  5. On completion of each game the winner/s will be responsible for immediately entering their name/s in the appropriate space on the draw sheet.

  6. Other than in the case of illness or other unavoidable circumstances agreed by the Competition Secretary and/or Competition Arbitration Committee, failure to comply with competition procedures and other Club rules in force will result in forfeiture of games.

  7. Competitors entry fees for all competitions must be paid prior to their name being entered into any draw.

Substitutes

Singles Competitions:

No substitutes will be allowed.

Pairs Competitions (drawn or arranged):

The players shown on the draw sheet will comprise the team. In the event of a member of that team having to withdraw through illness or any other unavoidable reason prior to the completion of the first round then, subject to the agreement of the Competition Secretary, a substitute of comparable ability will be allowed. In the case of drawn pairs, the substitute player will be selected by the Competition Secretary. A substitute player must continue as part of that team throughout the rest of the competition. The substitute may not be a player who has already played in a team which has been knocked out of that competition. Withdrawal of a player from a team after completion of the first round will result in the team having to withdraw from the competition.

Triples Competitions (drawn or arranged):

The players shown on the draw sheet will comprise the team. In the event of a member of that team having to withdraw through illness or any other unavoidable reason prior to the completion of the first round then, subject to the agreement of the Competition Secretary, a substitute of comparable ability will be allowed. Following agreement of a substitute that player must continue as part of that team throughout the rest of the competition. The substitute may not be a player who has already played in a team which has been knocked out of that competition. Substitutes will not be permitted after completion of the first round. In the event of a team being unable to field 3 players in any round this will result in the team having to play a crippled rink. In such a case the full triple will play 2 woods each and the defaulting team will play 3 woods each and forfeit 1/3 of their score. In the event of a team being unable to field two players in any round then the game must be conceded to the opposition.

Substitutes Competition entry fees

All substitutes must pay the standard entry fee on admission to a competition.

Booking Rinks for competitions

Rinks cannot be pre-booked by members at times designated for club activity sessions. These include Monday am and pm. Wednesday pm and Friday pm. Usage of rinks at times when Club matches are being played is at the discretion of the Club Captains or Captain of the Day. Usage of rinks for competition matches at the time of club roll-ups on Wednesday pm and Friday pm may be possible but at the discretion of the Club Captains. Whilst permission will normally be given, members are also asked to observe strict bowls etiquette whilst accessing and playing on the green.

Disputes:

Any disputes arising from the operation of these rules must be referred in the first instance to the Competition Secretary. If the member does not accept the decision reached by the Competition Secretary then application may be made to the Competition Arbitration Committee whose ruling will be final.

Management Committee - January 2015

 

 

 

 

MILFORD on SEA BOWLS CLUB

 

 

COMPETITION RESULTS 2014.

ROSE BOWL

Winner: Judy Spooner

Runner up: Sheila Hall

 

PRESIDENTS CUP

Winner: Rod Somerton

Runner up. Derek Newell

ADEY PLATE

Winner: Janet Hackwell

Runner up: Chris Capron

YOUNG CUP

Winner: John Paddington

Runner up: David Hall

DON HENRY CUP

Winner: Tim Capron

Runner up: Terri Newbold

DAWSON CUP

Winners: Bill Wild & Sheila Hall

Runners up: Eamonn Maher & Terri Newbold

PEYTON CUP

Winners: Derrick Summersby, Rob Perkins, Jill Thompson

Runners up: Eamonn Maher, Allan Wilson, Sheila Leake

ERIC WHITE CUP

Winners: Rob Perkins

Runner up: Derrick Summersby

ROSA MACKLIN CUP

Winner: John Paddington

Runner up: Rob Perkins

MENS TRIPLES LEAGUE

Winners: John Kitcher, Ron West, Eamonn Maher, Chris Greene

Runners up: Derek Newell, John Ashley, David Newman, David Carter.

NEEDLES PAIRS TROPHY

Winners: Derek Newell & David Newman

Runners up: Sheila & David Hall

HAYWARD FOX SHIELD

Winners: Margaret & Trevor Rock

Runners up: John Kitcher & Ann Norris

SHORT MAT TROPHY

Winners: Tim Capron & Derek Newell

Runners up: Graham Godfrey & Dave Terry

 

Well done to everybody who took part.

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Date to remember for 2015

MILFORD ON SEA EVERTON HYUNDAI OPEN TRIPLES COMPETITION 

SUNDAY  9th.   AUGUST

annual competition open to all clubs in the New Forest and B&D leagues.

Full detail will be published nearer the time.

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THE EVERTON HYUNDAI TRIPLES

(ONE DAY COMPETITION)

This is a open triple event played on a Round Robin format and is also open to other clubs.

For Competition dates, please refer to the “Club Calendar” pages in the fixture book ,also on www.milfordbowls.co.uk.

 

Any member entering Club Competitions should check that they will be available to play on any of the listed Club Finals Days when Whites will be worn    

 

ENTRY FEES FOR ALL COMPETITIONS MUST HAVE BEEN PAID BEFORE ANY DRAWS ARE MADE.

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COMPETITION RESULTS 2013.

ROSE BOWL

Winner: Mrs Sheila Hall

Runner up: Mrs Di Goodyear.

PRESIDENTS CUP.

Winner: Mr Rod Somerton

Runner up: Mr Peter Larke

ADEY PLATE

Winner: Mrs Carole Tearle

Runner up: Mrs Merle Youngman

YOUNG CUP

Winner: Mr Peter Kaye

Runner up: Mr Derek Newell

DON HENRY CUP

Winner: Mr Peter Kaye

Runner up: Mr Rod Somerton

DAWSON CUP DRAWN PAIRS

Winners: Mrs Di Goodyear & Mrs Sheila Hall

Runners up: Mr Roger Christie & Mr Alan J Burn

PEYTON CUP (TRIPLES)

Winners: Mr David Hall, Mr Paul Theobald & Mr Peter Kaye

Runners up: Judy Spooner, Mr Jimmy Jewell & Mr John Ashley

ERIC WHITE CUP

Winner: Mr Alan Cross

Runner up: Mrs Pat Ashley

ROSA MACKLIN CUP

Winner: Mr Alan J Burn

Runner up: Mr Paul Theobald

MENS TRIPLES LEAGUE

Winners: Mr John Kitcher, Mr Bill Wild, Mr Peter Kaye & Mr Stuart Poulson

Runner up: Mr Tim Capron, Mr David Bryan, Mr Peter Larke & Mr Roger Christie

NEEDLES PAIRS TROPHY

Winners: Mr Rob Perkins & Mrs Janice Perkins

Runners up: Mrs Carole Tearle & Mr Tim Capron

MURRAY & HAYWARD SHIELD

Winners: Mr David Hall & Mrs Sheila Hall

Runners up: Mr Derek Newell & Mrs Christina Newell

SHORT MAT TROPHY

Winners: Mrs Chris Capron & Mrs Wendy Gardner

Runner up: Mrs Jill Blakeley & Mr Paul Theobald

EVERTON HYUNDAI SHIELD

Winners: West Moors

Runners up: Brockenhurst