Oswestry Bowling League 2020

Competition Secretary League Secretary Treasurer Chairman Fixture Secretary
 Roger Candlin
roger_candlin@hotmail.co.uk
Lorraine Lewis
lozzielew68@googlemail.com

Gwynfor Hughes 
gwynfor.h@btinternet.com

Phil Jones

philcynwyd@gmail.com 

Mel Jones
meljbowls@gmail.com
           

Welcome to the Oswestry & District Bowling League

Results Service

 

 

 

 

Important Dates:

 

Latest information:

Wed Oct 28th

SCGBA VACANCIES

 

SECRETARY

TREASURER

 

PLEASE GO TO THE SCGBA WEBSITE FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND HOW TO APPLY

Fri Oct 23rd

LEAGUE VACANCIES

 

LEAGUE TREASURER 

LEAGUE FIXTURES SECRETARY

 

 

PLEASE PROVIDE AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN EITHER OF THESE 2 POSTS TO

LORRAINE LEWIS (07890 340983)  lozzielew68@gmail.com

BY 20.11.20

 

 

 

Sat Jul 18th

Updated guidance - Welsh clubs

WCGBA CROWN GREEN BOWLS GUIDELINES 13 July 2020 Recommendations to consider before opening your green KEEP WALES SAFE · Green Opening, Exercise, Practice and Competitive (Full Social distancing must be maintained - 2 metres distance) · 4 groups permitted on the green at a time with no more than 30 people attending the green at any one time · Bowlers should only partake while practising social distancing unless with members of their household. · Club Schedule of Attendance (names, dates & times must be recorded) produced to ensure limited attendance should be maintained (record of green availability should be maintained) · Club to appoint a central contact (To enable track and trace records should this be required) · Only WCGBA or BCGBA affiliated Club members allowed on a Green · Ensure that your Insurance cover is up to date. · Each Club will have to make and maintain their own risk assessment of the safety in managing your green · Arrangements should be made to manage the social distancing and all other hygiene procedures · You will need to ensure you have your landlords permission to open the green if this applies · Maintenance schedule will need to be reviewed to ensure green is available for play prior to opening · Club Buildings to remain closed apart from Toilets. Be aware that this guidance could change at any point and could be withdrawn if the risk level increases

Sat Jul 18th

Updated guidance - English clubs

30 people allowed at the venue including those on green as long as all social distancing is maintained (this will allow up to 30 people in total).

The number of players on the green should be risk assessed by your club and an acceptable number agreed based on the size of the green.

Each group can consist of 2 households, (Social bubbles) or up to 6 from individual households.

All previous social distancing guidance and advice remains in force

that’s not covered here.

 

  • Social distancing 2 metres or 1 metre plus mitigation (this would require additional measures such as face coverings to allow 1 metre, and/or ensuring good hygiene and cleaning is maintained as all times)1

  • Players should maintain social distancing and keep up to 4 metres between groups to allow for social distancing between groups

  • Multi Green venues permitted maximum groups numbers agreed per green and must enable groups are separated and entrance and exits routes are displayed to avoid cross contact between groups

  • Club Schedule of Attendance (names, dates & times must be recorded) produced to ensure limited attendance should be maintained. Club contact records telephone numbers and email contacts collected

  • Family groups – 2 family groups can meet up of any size, but all other guidance applies on social distancing.

  • Common sense applies. Players take responsibility for their own actions.

 

 

 

Tue Apr 7th

UK GOVERNMENT

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

 

WELSH GOVERNMENT

https://gov.wales/coronavirus

 

 

Our partners at the Welsh Sports Association have issued the following information about some more potential sources for funding for clubs – it may be useful to you:

 

https://wsa.wales/update-from-local-giving-on-fundraising/