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Stubbs Parkin & South Whitchurch Bowling League 2019

 

President: Isobel Jones 2019 Chairman: Phil Scott 01948 820757/ 07946478299
Results Secretary
Mike Beckett
01948 661930
mbeckett30@gmail.com

 

Assistant Secretary
John Mitchell
01948 667378
johntmitch@gmail.com

 

Secretary
Juliette Swire

07896977425
secretarywdbl@gmail.com

 

Competition Secretary
Jamie Brookes
07522624773

jamiebrookes77@yahoo.co.uk 

 

Treasurer
Peter Lawrence
07787992782
 
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Tue Apr 23rd 28 results from 28 Matches
Thu Apr 25th 17 Matches

 

Important Dates:

 

Sat Apr 27th 7:00PM Preliminary Round of the Senior Inter League. Whitchurch B play Ludlow at Hadley USC and Whitchurch A play North Shropshire Ladies at Bridgewater Big Green.
Sun May 26th 10:00 Judith Purcell (mixed doubles) at AWC
Sat Jun 8th 18:00 U18 Merit
Sat Jun 29th 11:00 U12s
Sat Jul 6th 10:00 St Alkmunds (draw for partners) @ Chester Road
Mon Jul 8th 10:00 O60s Merit
Sat Aug 17th 17:00 Ladies merit
Sat Aug 24th 18:00 U21 Merit
Mon Aug 26th 10:00 Mixed doubles
Sat Aug 31st 18:00 U15 Merit
Sat Aug 31st 11:00 U25 Merit

Latest information:

Tue Apr 9th

Please note that all District B matches will be played on the Back Green.



Mon Apr 8th

Bridgewater ‘A’ have withdrawn their team from the Jubilee doubles. Therefore their opponents have a bye into the next round.



Sun Apr 7th

Winner of yesterdays Norman Ford Classic was Neil Kershaw from Ifton who beat Mark Bibby from Natwich Barrony 21-13 in the Final. Full results and pictures can be seen on the 2019 Cup Fixtures, Results Link. Select Individual Competition.



Wed Apr 3rd

The League would like to announce a new sponsorship partnership for the Leagues Individual Merit now sponsored by Robin Blackhurst Electrical Contractors, We are very grateful for the deal and give thanks to the firm. This will now make it one of the countys biggest prize funds for a League Merit and hopefully in September will attract a big entry.



Wed Apr 3rd

The pre-lim round of the Jubilee doubles competition on Wednesday 17th April has been made. Please check to see if your team has been drawn out.



Fri Mar 29th

Received from Pauline Wilson after her very informative presentation at our last Executive Meeting

After a flurry of interest from Whitchurch bowlers there are just 3 places left on the Newport level 1 coaches course 11 May & 22 June. So don’t miss your chance but book through the Coach Bowls website as soon as possible to secure your place. 



Wed Mar 20th

Statement from Mike Beckett.

What I said last night at the Executive Meeting is not quite correct in regarding a player allowed to play twice.

I stated that the LOWEST team from a club having more than ONE team may play a player twice.

The actual rule that was passed at the AGM was that the LOWEST team from a club may play a player twice.

Consequently the correct interpretation of the rule is that the LOWEST team from a club may play a player twice, even if that Club only has one team.

I apologise for any misunderstanding.



Wed Mar 20th

Rules have been updated on the Rules - 2019 link. Notes have been added on the Club page to explain the new rule for allowing a player to play twice.



Tue Mar 19th

All the 2019 SCGBA County Competition dates can be viewed on the SCGBA County Dates Link



Tue Mar 5th

Can clubs please log in and enter your team Jubillee Doubles entries and remove the tick from the relevant Star or Presidents box if your club DOES NOT wish to enter these competitions.
This needs to be done by 31st March so that the draws can be carried out.



Tue Feb 19th

Coach Course

Shropshire are hosting another Level 1 Coaching Award on 11 May & 22 June. There is still a substantial subsidy of 50% available from BCGBA and SCGBA will contribute towards the cost so I am looking for volunteers to step forward and volunteer.

Some leagues are very well represented by coaches but large areas of the county e.g. Ludlow, Oswestry, Market Drayton have none and Shrewsbury & Whitchurch only a few. So, please think seriously about becoming a coach. We really need you in order to grow our sport – don’t be shy. 

Club Coaching Sessions

The Shropshire coaching team are open for business once again. We did 20 visits to clubs  last year and would really like to surpass that this year. So, whether we have been to you before or you would like us to visit for the first time please contact me to arrange a visit. We can offer sessions for all abilities not just the basics and can offer school taster sessions too so do get in touch 

Pauline Wilson

Tel       07746 224824

Email   porinkan@gmail.com



Sat Feb 16th

2019 Fixtures are now available.
Unfortunately Preston Brockhurst have withdrawn from the League. AWC D, Hanmer D and Victoria C have withdrawn their teams.
Joules Mkt Drayton have entered a second team but Edgmond have reluctantly decided not to enter a second team.
District D, whilst finishing third to bottom of Division 5, have agreed to be placed in Division 6 to help out levelling the divisions otherwise it would have meant Byes in Divisions 5, 6 and 7
This now means that for 2019 Divisions 1 to 4 will consist of 14 teams starting on Tue 2nd Apr. Divisions 5 and 6 with 12 teams and Division 7 with 11 teams all starting on Thur 18th Apr.
Chester Road now consist of all mixed teams and have been allocated letters A to H depending where their teams finished last year.
 

 



Wed Jan 30th

Following last night’s AGM the following new Officers were appointed:

President: Isobel Jones.

Chairman: Phil Scott.

Vice Chairman: Derek Wright.

Secretary: Juliette Swire.

Competition Secretary: Jamie Brookes.

 

The following new rule was passed to help teams due to shortage of players during Holiday times.

Rule 4.3c It is expected that clubs will fill teams by drawing players from the teams below them.  In the event of the LOWEST team of a club being unable to field a full team for a match, its captain may put face down four or more cards with the name of players who are prepared to play twice that evening.  The opposing Team Captain will draw from these cards a player who is allowed to play twice.  If more than one player is required, he/she may continue to draw from the remaining cards.  The points that these players score will count towards their team total, but six points will be deducted from the total aggregate for that match for each player who has played twice.

Note 1.  The person entering the match result on the website will select a player called Played Twice for the second game and enter the name of the player concerned in the box shown.

Note 2. The players who play twice must also have played at least 50% of their games for that team to date; this will be monitored by the Results Secretary and if they have not played the required number of games up to the date of the match the result will be declared a Walk Over for the opposing team. 

Note 3. The individual player’s score from their second game will not count in their individual averages.

 

All other rule changes were passed with the exception of the proposal to increase match fees to 35 pence.