Bowls WA Officials Handbook 2021-22

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2021-2022 OFFICIALS HANDBOOK

CONTENTS

Bowls WA Contacts Bowls WA Sponsors & Partners Bowls WA General Information Bowls WA Events & Competitions - Field of Play Rules Bowls WA General Conditions Bowls WA Event Information Metropolitan Pennant Competition - General Conditions Men’s Saturday & Midweek Pennant Competition COP Women’s Tuesday & Saturday Pennant Competition COP Women’s Friday Night Pennant Conditions of Play 2021-22 Major Events Metropolitan Club Contacts Country Zone Contacts Country League Contacts Country Club Contacts Associated Clubs Bowls Australia Licensed Manufacturers Schedule of Fines & Administration Fees

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Bowls WA

Level 1, 158 Main Street Osborne Park WA 6017 All Correspondence to: PO Box 123, Osborne Park WA 6917 Ph: (08) 9340 0800, Fax: (08) 9340 0888 Email: enquiries@bowlswa.com.au Website: www.bowlswa.com.au information correct as of September 15 2021

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BOWLS WA CONTACTS Preface

Bowls WA Committees

The Royal Western Australian Bowling Association (Inc), trading as Bowls WA, is responsible for advancing, promoting and controlling the game of lawn bowls in WA.

Audit, Risk & Finance Lisa Featherby (Ch) Doug Kelly, Larry Bandy, Glenda Cooper

Bowls WA is made up of 202 clubs (metro-65, country -136) with a total of 13,875 members making it one of the largest sporting organisations in WA. The organisation is governed by the Constitution and By Laws to cover the management of the organisation and the Field of Play Rules to cover matters pertaining to the game of bowls. Bowls WA Patron His Excellency the Honourable Kim Beazley AC. Bowls WA Vice Patron Norma Samuel Bowls WA Board Larry Bandy (President)............... .0408 929 440 Doug Kelly......................................0427 251 305 Vincent Del Prete............................0416 288 319 Lisa Featherby................................0429 930 462 Marc Abonnel..................................0418 383 883 Ross Warburton..............................0435 338 280 Judith Flanagan..............................0407 933 011 Lee Bunney.....................................0429 988 858 Glenda Cooper................................0418 044 051 Brian Lucas.....................................0419 388 869 Bowls WA Staff Bowls WA Office...................................9340 0800 CEO Ken Pride....................................9340 0808 Communications / Bowls Link.............9340 0807 Admin/Reception.................................9340 0806 Competitions and Events.....................9340 0801 Finance................................................9340 0802 Inclusive Practices & High Performance....9340 0804 Club Development................................9340 0805 Regional Bowls Managers Clive Adams....................................0408 136 831 Steve Unsworth...............................0418 890 680

Governance & People Development Brian Lucas (Ch) Judith Flanagan Club Development Vince Del Prete(Ch) Lee Bunney, Simon Alden, Hailey Packer, Jeff Bessant, Clive Adams, Steve Unsworth Country Ross Warburton (Ch) Des Miguel, Jenni Bunce, Norm Skoglund, Sandra Trenowden, Greg Carter, Jill Fotheringhame, Bob Plater, Anne Whyatt Bowls Management Marc Abonnel (Ch) Ross Warburton, Leonie Potts, Peter Barnett, Tony Hockey, Jim Powell Fixtures and Events Leonie Potts (Ch) Ross Dolton, Trevor Orton, Cathy Taylor, Carol Lee, Scott Jaggs, Jennifer Aikman Umpires Peter Barnett (Ch) Susan Hogg, Anne Crabb, Vicki Eva, Gavan Ebsworth, Werner Tubbe, David Killisch von Horn, Ryan Havercroft, Robert Tiller (Snr) Greens and Infrastructure Jim Powell (Ch) Kevin Lynch, Ron Mance, Dicky Dawe, Colin Cooke, Warren Carslake, Ivan Campbell, Tony Greaves High Performance Kerry Andersen, Therese Hastings, Tony Hockey, Linda Warburton, Pieter Harris

Sunday Times Bowls Clive Adams....................................0418 941 365

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BOWLS WA SPONSORS & PARTNERS BOWLS WA WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS AND PARTNERS FOR THEIR CONTINUED SUPPORT. The Department of Local Government,

Sport and Cultural Industries Sport and Recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier and safer communities. www.dsr.wa.gov.au

Professional Real Estate The true value of any home, is the life inside www.professionals.com.au

AFGRI Growing with our local communities www.afgri.com.au

Seniors Recreation Council Be active everyday www.srcwa.asn.au

BCiB Bowling Club Insurance Brokers www.bcib.com.au Henselite Choice of Champions www.henselite.com.au www.perthbowlscentre.com.au Dyenamic Sublimation Australian made Bowls Uniforms www.dyenamicsublimation.com.au Liquor Traders Australia Your viable wholesale alternative www. liquortraders.com.au

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BOWLS WA GENERAL INFORMATION BOWLS WA OFFICE The office is situated on the 1st floor, 158 Main Street, Osborne Park. Official office hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 8am to 4pm Friday, excluding public holidays. CORRESPONDENCE All correspondence must be addressed to: Bowls WA, PO Box 123, Osborne Park WA 6917, or emailed to: enquiries@bowlswa.com.au • Any mail that is of a private nature should be marked “private” on the outside of the envelope. • All mail is previewed and then passed on to the relevant personnel. • Please advise in writing any alterations to fixtures, club details, committee members or addresses. CLUB CORRESPONDENCE Unless stated otherwise, all correspondence will be directed to the Hon Secretary. Please note: any other requests to amend club information and mailing details must be provided to Bowls WA in writing. STOCK COLLECTION Bowls WA will allocate a date for all metropolitan clubs to collect stock for the season. This will include, Handbooks, Scorecards and Pennant Result Pads. If Leagues require stock prior to the Metropolitan season, they should advise Bowls WA. The collection of any/all items is the responsibility of the club. Information regarding this collection will be sent to the clubs. MAILOUTS Bowls WA will provide a mailout (email) to all clubs on a monthly basis. All information is emailed to the Club or nominated representative. The mailout will consist of general information and entry forms. All information sent in the mailout will also be available on the Bowls WA website. BOWLS WA E-NEWS Bowls WA distributes an e-newsletter on a regular basis during the bowling season. The e-news covers recent results, information on events, club development information etc. To be added to the mailing list email “Bowls WA e-news” in the subject line to enquiries@bowlswa.com.au. Clubs and members are strongly encouraged to register for the e-news. ENTRY FORMS Entry forms for Bowls WA events will be emailed to clubs and posted on the Bowls WA website at least one month prior to the event commencing. Please do not contact the office unless you have not received details by the expected date. Payments must be made as part of the entry process; Visa and MasterCard are both accepted. BOWLS WA MERCHANDISE- PRICE LIST (Correct as at the time of print. Prices subject to change and include GST) Bowls WA Eight (8) Badges *

$3.00

50 Badges ****

Club Eight (8) Badges**

$3.00

Veterans Badges *****

$9.00

Professionals Bowls Stickers 1 sheet***

$1.00

Bowls Stickers (range of colours) 100 per roll

$10.00

Laws of the Sport of Bowls

$9.00

Officiating Manual

$25.00

Activities Handbook

$20.00

Friendships Badges

$5.00

Scorecards - Sets Play (per 100)

$8.00

Welcome Packs

$6.00

Scorecards - 26 ends (per 1000)

$30.00

“In The Groove” Booklet

$4.00

$5.00

Orders may be phoned, faxed or emailed. Merchandise can be posted or collected in person, the merchandise will be accompanied with an invoice including postage (where necessary). *Bowls WA Eight Badges - are only for players competing in Bowls WA events, State events, Pennants, League and Zone Championships. **Club 8 Badges - are only for club events, including gala days, carnivals etc. *** Four (4) stickers per sheet ****50 Badges - are only for players competing in Bowls WA events, State events, Pennants, League and Zone Championships. *****Veteran’s Badges - are only for players who have reached the age of 70 years or above.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL INFORMATION

PAYMENTS Cheques should be crossed “Not Negotiable” and made payable to Bowls WA. Cheques need to be sent with relevant information attached or written on the back of the cheque. Payments can be paid direct into the Bowls WA account with a suitable invoice number or reference then please email liz@bowlswa.com.au advising date, amount and details of payment. Payments can also be made over the phone by Credit Card (Visa or Mastercard only), please call 9340 0800. If you require any further information on PAYMENTS or ACCOUNTS, please contact our Finance Officer. BOWLS WA PHOTOGRAPHS All photographs taken at Bowls WA events by the Official Photographer remain the property of Bowls WA. Photographs can be purchased through Bowls WA. JACK HI Bowls WA produces a quarterly magazine - Jack Hi. Jack Hi editions are available online via the Bowls WA website. Spring and Autumn editions are produced and distributed to clubs. Clubs or individuals are encouraged to submit stories and photographs for publication in this magazine. Please note that publication is at the discretion of the Jack Hi Editor. Jack Hi submissions are to be sent to: aaron@bowlswa.com.au. Jack Hi Deadlines * check the Jack Hi for exact submission deadlines of the next edition Issue

Submissions & Bookings Due*

Published

Winter

Early July

Late July

Spring

Early October

Late October

Summer

Late January

Late February

Autumn

Early April

Late April

INSURANCE Bowls WA’s insurance for Personal and Accident is for all bowlers above club level that suffer an injury as a result of an accident whilst playing bowls. The insurance is to cover bowlers in Bowls WA State Events. Please note that bowlers playing in pennant competition are representing their club and are not covered by Bowls WA Insurance. Clubs are strongly advised to consult their insurance broker to ensure that the club has the appropriate and adequate insurance in place. For further information on how to claim or what benefits you will receive from the BWA policy, please contact BCiB on 1300 657 058 or info@bcib.com.au BOWLS WA CONSTITUTION The Bowls WA Constitution is available on the website. BOWLS WA BY LAWS The Bowls WA By Laws are continually revised. The Bowls WA Board has the power to change these By Laws. These are available on the Bowls WA website. BOWLS WA POLICIES Bowls WA Policies are reviewed and updated regularly, and are available on the website. BOWLS AUSTRALIA POLICIES Bowls Australia Policies can be downloaded from the Bowls Australia website. PRIVACY Please be advised that the staff members of Bowls WA are not permitted to provide personal phone numbers, email addresses or postal addresses of any member of a bowling club who does not hold an official position with Bowls WA. Staff can provide contact information of members on the Board and Committees who are acting in an official capacity. WORKING WITH CHILDREN Clubs are encouraged to foster junior programs. All volunteers or paid staff that work with children are required to obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC). Clubs are responsible for ensuring that the volunteers/paid staff have their WWCC. Applications for WWCC can be obtained from the local post office. Refer to http://workingwithchildren. wa.gov.au. For more information of junior/schools programs please contact the Bowls WA Office. information correct as of September 15 2021

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BOWLS WA GENERAL INFORMATION

UNIFORMS Clubs are requested to provide Bowls WA with colour copies/photographs of their club uniform. If a club changes its uniform, it must have written permission from Bowls WA and be supplied by an approved Bowls Australia manufacturer. For more information, please refer to the Bowls WA Attire Policy on the website. UMPIRES Information regarding Umpire accreditation and re-accreditation courses will be sent to clubs in the mailout. Metropolitan courses are generally held twice a year - prior to the season in September and after the season in May. Application forms are available online. For further information, contact the Umpires Committee Chairperson or the Bowls WA Office. COACH EDUCATION Bowls WA conducts courses for club coaches, introductory coaches and re-accreditations. Information including application forms will be sent to clubs in the mailout and is also available via the Bowls WA Website. Please contact the Bowls WA Office for more information. GREENS The Greens & Infrastructure Committee will conduct metropolitan inspections at least once a year. For information regarding greens, please contact the Greens & Infrastructure Committee Chairperson or the Bowls WA Office.

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BOWLS WA EVENTS AND COMPETITIONS - FIELD OF PLAY RULES All players and/or clubs entering Bowls WA events and competitions acknowledge and agree to abide by the Laws of the Sport of Bowls and the Bowls WA Field of Play Rules and to respect the integrity of gender, cross gender and grading regulations as specified in the Conditions of Play for each event or competition. A player is only eligible to play their Club Championships at the club which is the player’s “Home Club”. In the case of a player transferring home clubs during the season, they may not compete in any Championship at their new home club in which they competed at their old home club. E.g. Club championship singles. Players may only in one season be the champion of any one club. RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES The Bowls Management Committee is responsible to review, add to, delete or alter these Rules and their associated Conditions of Play. Recommendations for changes to these Rules or their associated Conditions of Play are to be submitted in writing through the appropriate Operational Committee for consideration by the Bowls Management Committee. The Bowls Management Committee reserves the right to accept, decline or make alterations as appropriate to these recommendations. The Fixtures and Events Committee reserve the right to refuse nominations and to delay, postpone, reschedule, abandon or alter the advertised Specific Competitions Conditions of Play for any Bowls WA event or competition. DEFINITIONS To provide clarity in these Field of Play Rules, unless the context or subject matter otherwise indicates the meaning of such words or letters shall be as described in these definitions. AGGREGATE The combined number of shots scored by each team in a side during a side’s game. AFFILIATED CLUB A Club affiliated with Bowls WA as described in the BowlsWA Constitution and Bowls WA By Laws. AFFILIATED MEMBER A player who is registered with a state or territory association through an affiliated club. ATTIRE The appropriate clothing to be worn for Bowls Australia or Bowls WA events; as described in the Bowls Australia NMP Policy. BOWLS AUSTRALIA EVENT National and International events under the control of Bowls Australia or any other event under the control of or conducted on behalf of Bowls Australia or World Bowls; which may include, but is not limited to, the Australian Sides Championships, Australian Open, Australian Indoor Singles, Australian Champion of Champions, Australian Senior Sides Championships, Australian Championships and Australian Under 18 Championships. BOWLS WA EVENT Includes, but is not limited to, State Events, Metropolitan Pennant Competition, Country Week, Country League and Country Zone events, or events under the control of, or conducted on behalf of World Bowls or Bowls Australia by the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events committees or events conducted by Club Match committees on behalf of Bowls WA. BOWLS WA OPEN EVENT An event which with the exception of gender and or affiliation specifications; has no other specified eligibility requirements. BWA OFFICIAL A member of the Bowls WA Board or Bowls WA Committees. BYE A side, team or players who do not have opponents to play in a scheduled fixture or a round in an event are awarded a BYE. In the case of a round in an event, player(s) will proceed to the following round, with no loss of entitlements. CLEARANCE As referred to in Bowls WA Field of Play Rules- Bowls WA Events and Competitions.

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BOWLS WA EVENTS AND COMPETITIONS - FIELD OF PLAY RULES COMPOSITE SIDE OR TEAM A side or team formed from any number of players who are members of different clubs affiliated with Bowls WA. CONDITIONS OF PLAY Refer to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls and Specific Event Conditions Of Play. CONSTITUTED PLAYER A singles player or member of a team who has commenced their first game in a competition (when the jack is delivered in the first end as per the Laws of the Sport of Bowls) or has become constituted as per the provisions in the Laws of the Sport of Bowls as per Domestic Regulations. CONTROLLING BODY The body having immediate control over the Conditions of Play under which a game is played according to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. DEFAULTING PLAYER, TEAM OR SIDE A side, team or player that does not meet the requirements of any specific law or laws contained in the Laws of the Sport of Bowls or Bowls WA Field of Play Rules or Metropolitan Pennant Conditions of Play. DOMESTIC REGULATION For domestic play, member National Authorities can make domestic regulations to cover some aspects of the sport according to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. EXTREME WEATHER Weather (Heat, rain, electrical disturbance or any other inclement weather phenomenon) that forces a game to be delayed or abandoned. ELIGIBLE MEMBER A Player who satisfies the eligibility criteria, as stated in the Conditions of Play set down by the Controlling Body for that event. FINALS Finals may include Semi-Finals, Preliminary Finals, Grand Finals and Metropolitan Pennant Finals. FORFEIT A game that is awarded to an opponent when a side, team or player is unable to play or withdraws from a competition after the side, team or player has been constituted. A player from a constituted team may not act as a replacement player or substitute in that competition. HOME CLUB The Primary Club to which a player is affiliated. INSTANTANEOUS PENALTIES POLICY As per Laws of The Sport, Domestic Regulations, Umpires may use this policy in situations where players do not conduct themselves in polite and sporting like manner and where there is no penalty specified for the players actions. INTEGRITY RULE Every club, side, team or player entering in Bowls WA Events or Competitions shall respect and act with honesty and truthfulness to uphold the intent and spirit of the competition, refer to the Integrity of Graded Pennants Policy. LAW The Laws which control the sport of bowls as described in the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. MASTERS QUALIFICATION Masters Singles Tournament - Singles Champion of a Controlling Body Masters Pairs Tournament - Singles or Pairs Champion of a Controlling Body Masters Triples Tournament - Singles, Pairs or Triples Champion of a Controlling Body Masters Fours Tournament - Singles, Pairs, Triples or Fours Champion of a Controlling Body Masters Mixed Pairs Tournament - Singles, Pairs or Mixed Pairs Champion of a Controlling Body Masters Mixed Fours Tournament - Singles, Pairs, Mixed Pairs, Triples, Mixed Triples, Fours or Mixed Fours Champion of a Controlling Body

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BOWLS WA EVENTS AND COMPETITIONS - FIELD OF PLAY RULES MASTERS EVENT An event, competition or tournament reserved for player(s), who have a Masters Qualification. MATCH OFFICIAL A person appointed by the Controlling Body to conduct an event for or on behalf of the Controlling Body. METROPOLITAN PENNANT ENTITLEMENTS The Pennant Divisions for which a club is eligible to apply based on the previous season’s promotions or relegations and or vacancies within the competition as advised annually by the appropriate Fixtures and Events Committee. NOVICE A player who has been an active member of an affiliated club in the Bowls WA Database for no more than two (2) years. NOVICE EVENT An event, competition or tournament reserved for Novice players. OVER 60’S A player aged 60 years or over. OVER 60’s EVENT An event, competition or tournament reserved for over 60’s players. PENNANT SEASON COMMENCEMENT The first pennant game is deemed to be the first game played by any gender in the current pennant season. PLAYER PROTECTION The protection afforded to a player for concurrent events. Refer to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls and Bowls WA Field of Play Rules. REPLACEMENT PLAYER A player who is appointed to take the place of a constituted player who is physically incapable or otherwise prevented from taking further part in any end (after the first round), for a reason accepted by the Controlling Body. SUBSTITUTE PLAYER A player who is appointed to take the place of a team member who is unavailable to play at any time (including the first end of the game), for a reason accepted by the Controlling Body. UMPIRE A person who has received accreditation through a National Officiating course. UMPIRE OF THE DAY The umpire appointed by, or on behalf of, the Controlling Body to officiate at an event. Refer to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls, Bowls WA Field of Play Rules and Metropolitan Pennant Competition - General Conditions. UNDER 18’S A player aged less than eighteen (18) years. UNDER 18’S EVENT An event, competition or tournament reserved for Under 18’s players. VETERAN A player aged 70 years or more. VETERAN’S EVENT An event, competition or tournament reserved for veteran players. WALKOVER A general term used to describe the advancement of a side, team or player, to the next round of a competition without playing a game in the current round of the competition.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS All members of Western Australian affiliated clubs, who are shown on the Bowls Link database as having ‘Playing Rights” and subject to playing restrictions applied by their home club are eligible to take part in Bowls WA Competitions and Events. Nominations for Bowls WA events will not be accepted unless the nomination fee is received by the due date. 1. Eligibility 1.1 Male players are not eligible to play in Bowls WA Events, when these events are designated as “Women’s” events. 1.2 Female players are not eligible to play in Bowls WA Events, when these events are designated as “Men’s” events. 1.3 Cross gender substitution is only permitted in the Pennant Competition as described in Metropolitan Pennant Conditions of Play and Country League Pennant Conditions of Play. 1.4 Open Gender Pennant is only permitted in the Pennant Competition as described in Metropolitan Pennant Conditions of Play and Country League Pennant Conditions of Play. 1.5 Multiple club membership A Player who is a member of more than one club (i) Will be affiliated at only one club which shall be regarded as the player’s Home Club. (ii) Will play Pennant for their Home Club. (iii) If a player’s Home Club does not enter a side into a Defined Pennant Competition a player may apply to play in that Pennant Competition for another club of which they are a member. (iv) If a Country Club plays Men’s Midweek Pennant within their league on a day other than the Metropolitan Midweek Pennant day, a member of that club may apply on the appropriate Multiple Club Pennant Application form to also play in the Metropolitan Midweek Pennant Competition. (v) Will play Club Championships at their Home Club (vi) If a country player is eligible and is granted permission via the Multiple Club Pennant Application Form to play Men’s Saturday or Women’s Tuesday Metropolitan Pennant, they become ineligible to play Men’s or Women’s Countryweek. (vii) If a player transfers Home Club status after the commencement of the season a player shall not be eligible to compete in any Club Championship at their new Home Club that they contested in the current season at their previous Home Club. (viii) Where a player is the current season’s Club Champion of their previous Home Club they shall be entitled to enter that seasons Champion of Club Champion Event(s) as the Club Champion of their previous Home Club. 2. Late Entries (i) Late entries for a Bowls WA Event will be accepted onto a waiting list up until the Specific Event Draw has been published. Should withdrawals from the original draw occur, teams on the waiting list will be added to the draw in the order they were received. (ii) Late entries accepted will be used to fill any byes in the original draw before the specific event draw has been published. (iii) Once the draw has been published, NO late entries will be accepted. 3. Replacement Players and Substitutes Replacement Players and Substitutes may be used in Bowls WA events and competitions, under the following conditions: (i) Nominated and intended players can be replaced up until the constitution of players, if approved by the Controlling Body as per Laws of the Sport of Bowls Domestic Regulation: Constitution of Players. (ii) Bowls WA must be immediately notified when a team requires the use of a Replacement player or Substitute on the day or prior to the commencement of, or during the event, these must be approved by the officiating Controlling Body and the Umpire of the Day at the relevant venue. (iii) Replacement players and Substitutes may only be used in accordance with the Laws of the Sport of Bowls - Domestic Regulations. (iv) A defeated player in any Bowls WA event may not act as a Replacement player or Substitute in the same event. 4. Forfeits 4.1 A team representative or a singles player must notify the appropriate Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee (not the hosting venue) as soon as possible prior to the day of an event if they are unable to participate and intend to forfeit. 4.2 If on the day of play a team representative or a singles player intends to forfeit they must notify the hosting venue. information correct as of September 15 2021

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS 4.3

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A team or singles player that forfeits during any Bowls WA event (Sectional or Knockout) shall be liable for a fine (per player), except that if in the final game of any sectional play the result of the singles player or teams drawn to play against each other will have no effect upon the final sectional winner they may, with the consent of the Controlling Body, elect not to play. If one team or player wishes to play the final game, then the game must be played. The recipient of a forfeit shall be awarded a win except where a team or singles player that forfeits two or more games in sectional play will be considered as never entering the event and all previous scores shall be deleted, except where 4.3 applies.

Penalty: ► Failure to notify Bowls WA prior to the start of an event of an intended forfeit may result in a fine. ► A forfeit on any day of the competition except as described in Bowls WA Field of Play Rules shall result in a fine. 5. Bye A team or singles player receiving a Bye shall progress to the next round of the event with no loss or gain of entitlements. 6. Late Appearance 6.1 In all Bowls WA events 30 minutes is allowed beyond the scheduled starting time for players to arrive. 6.2 If at the end of 30 minutes a member of a team is not present and no replacement player or substitute is approved by the Controlling Body, the defaulting team will forfeit the game to their opponents. 6.3 A substitute or replacement player will not be allowed for a singles player. 6.4 In the case of extenuating circumstances (eg. Major freeway hold-up), the game can at the determination of the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee be re-scheduled. 6.5 It is the responsibility of the Manager of a side or team or a singles player to make every effort to immediately notify the host club and the Controlling Body of the extenuating circumstances which will delay their arrival at the venue and to apply for consideration for the game to be re-scheduled. 7. Player Protection 7.1 Zones, Leagues, Regions and Clubs are requested not to schedule Championships that conflict with Bowls WA Open events or Bowls Australia National events; so as to encourage their members to compete or officiate at State and above level. 7.2 If Zones, Leagues, Regions or Clubs are unable to avoid concurrent scheduling, the Zone, League, Region or Club must provide player protection for their players and or officials for the period the player or official is actively engaged in; plus reasonable travelling time for International Events under the control of Bowls Australia or World Bowls, Bowls WA Open State Events and selection trials for the Australian Sides Championship. 7.3 For all other events if a Zone, League, Region or Club Championship can not be re-scheduled or it is impractical to offer player protection the player(s) involved should decide which event to contest. 8. Trial Ends 8.1 Before start of play in any game, or before continuing an unfinished game on another day, one trial end must be played in each direction. The Controlling Body may however limit the number of trial ends to be played to no trial ends or one trial end in one direction using as many bowls as will be used in the game according to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 8.2 Trial ends are not part of the game. The start of play is the rolling of the jack in the first end. All trial ends shall be completed by the scheduled starting time of the game and if still in progress at the scheduled starting time shall cease immediately. 8.3 In Bowls WA State Events, trial ends shall be restricted to the first game to be played on any one day on any one green by a side, team or player; except that if the direction of play on a green in any one day is changed or if a side, team or player is required to change greens additional trial ends will be permitted. 8.4 If a green is rolled between games, both teams will be entitled to trial ends as per 8.3. 8.5 If a synthetic green is watered between games, both teams will be entitled to trial ends as per 8.3. 9. Attire The appropriate clothing is to be worn for Bowls Australia or Bowls WA events; as described in the Bowls Australia NMP Policy. Penalty: ► The penalty for non-compliance, as reported by any Umpire or Bowls WA official (including Zone/League/ Region officials), the player/s may receive a fine.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS 10. Smoking and the Consumption of Alcohol Any lit or unlit smoking implement, electronic cigarettes and alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the greens during any Bowls WA Competition or Event. Bowls WA strongly encourages clubs to define a smoking area well away from the playing surfaces. Penalty: ► For the first offence on that day, the player shall be warned by the Umpire of the Day. ► If the player commits the same offence for the second time on the same day, the player shall be disqualified from the game and no substitute or replacement player be permitted to take his/her place in the team, and the game will be forfeited to the opponent. 11. Use of Mobile Phones and Electronic Devices All mobile phones must be turned to silent (or vibrate) whilst play is in progress. 11.1 In the case of a pending emergency, permission to set a mobile phone to an audible tone must be given by the Umpire of the Day. 11.2 Mobiles phone may NOT be used on the greens at any time whilst play is in progress on any rink. 11.3 Mobile phones may be used away from the greens as long as play is not disrupted or held up. 11.4 Electronic Devices are not permitted e.g. Ipods or Radios 11.5 Players who require the use of any Electronic Device for medical reasons should notify the Umpire of the Day before the start of play

Any Player that is seen by the Umpire of the Day or is reported to the Umpire of the Day to be disrupting or holding up play by using a mobile phone. ► For the first offence on that day, the player shall be warned by the Umpire of the Day. ► For the second offence a fine will be applied and thereafter a fine for each and every continuing offence.

12. Greens Safety Bowls WA, in identifying risks associated with bowls, has implemented the following rules in the best interests of risk management and Sports safety. 12.1 Players Players directly participating in a game are not permitted to sit on the banks with any portion of their body in the ditch or on the green whilst play is in progress. ► For the first offence on that day, the player shall be warned by the Umpire of the Day. ► A fine will be applied for each and every continuing offence. 12.2

Spectators and Players Spectators or players not directly participating in the game must abide by the Laws of The Sport.

13. Photographs and Video All photographs or video footage that are taken at Bowls WA Association Events by the Official Bowls WA Photographer or official remain the property of Bowls WA. 14. Players Transferring Clubs 14.1 Pennant Season Transfer There are specific conditions that apply to a player wishing to transfer their entitlement to play for; and/ or transfer Home Club status to another club once the annual Metropolitan Pennant Competition has commenced. (i) After the first Pennant game of each season and up to and including the 31st December of that year, permission will be granted to compete in the Metropolitan Pennant Competition and change Home Club status to another club subject to the Bowls WA Clearance By Law. Provided that: a) The player applies in writing to the Bowls WA CEO or his/her nominee. b) The player upon approval of the application and prior to competing in the first Pennant game for their new Home Club pays the applicable administration fee to Bowls WA.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS (ii) After the 31st December of each season permission may only be granted in extreme circumstances to compete in the Pennant Competition and change Home Club status to another club during the current season, provided that: a) The player applies in writing to the Bowls WA CEO or his/her nominee who will consider the application b) The application is in accordance with the Bowls WA Clearance By Law. c) The player upon approval of the application and prior to competing in the first Pennant game for their new Home Club pays the applicable administration fee to Bowls WA. Penalty: A club will be forfeited and may incur a fine for playing a player who has not been transferred correctly during the Pennant Season. 14.2

Player Transfer Disputes Should any club claim that an outgoing player is in financial dispute with their club then they must contact Bowls WA in writing, setting out their dispute with the player. The CEO of Bowls WA shall resolve the dispute and the player may not play for any other club until the dispute is resolved.

14.3 Interstate Clearance 14.3.1 Any member of an affiliated bowling club in another Australian State or Territory seeking membership of a Club in this State shall lodge an Interstate Clearance Form, found on the Bowls Australia website under Club Assist-Policies, to their original State Association for processing. 14.3.2 Any player of an affiliated bowling club in Western Australia seeking membership of a club in another State or Territory shall lodge an Interstate Clearance Form, found on the Bowls Australia website, to Bowls WA for processing. 15. Umpire of the Day 15.1 While several umpires may officiate on any one day, only one (1) Umpire shall be designated as the Umpire of the Day. 15.2 The Umpire of the Day may delegate a representative to monitor the temperature. 15.3 The Umpire of the Day shall be solely responsible to make the final decision in regard to the interpretation of Laws or Rules and continuation, deferment or abandonment of play. 16. Umpire Equipment Restrictions Bowls WA allows suitably trained Nationally Accredited Umpires, carrying out their official measuring duties in all Bowls WA Events Pennant and Above to only use the approved Bowlsline Leice laser measure that measures to four (4) decimal places. Competing players in all Bowls WA Events Pennant and Above are not permitted to use any form of laser measure. 17. Fines and Administration Fees Any fine or administration fee shall be paid to Bowls WA in accordance with the invoice issued to: ► The Secretary of the Club where the Club is liable for an administration fee or is being fined. ► The player concerned where any individual player is liable for an administration fee or is being fined. Should the fine, or administration fee not be paid by the prescribed date, the following restrictions may apply until the fine, or administration fee is paid: a) Where the Club is liable, the Club or any of its members may not be permitted to take part in any game or fixture conducted by Bowls WA or under patronage of Bowls WA, nor shall the representative of the club concerned be permitted to attend or take part in any meeting of Bowls WA. b) Where an individual player or players is liable any such player or players may not be permitted to take part in any bowls game or fixture conducted by Bowls WA or under the patronage of Bowls WA. The amount of each and every fine and administration fee shall be reviewed on an annual basis by the Bowls Management Committee.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS 18. Protest Procedure for Bowls WA State Events In the event that a player in singles or a team wishes to dispute the result of the game due to an Umpires Decision made during the course of the game the following procedures are required to be followed: 18.1 Once both cards are signed by both competing players in singles or both team representatives in team play and handed into the Controlling Body or their representative no Protest will be permitted 18.2 In the event that a player in singles or a team wishes to dispute the result of the game due to an Umpires decision made during the course of the game and the game card has not been signed by one or both singles players or a representative of both teams in team play, the following procedures are required to be followed: (i) If it is required that the result of the game or competition be decided forthwith or at the end of play on the day on which the incident occurred, then, whether or not the umpire’s decision is later found by the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee or Bowls WA Management Committee to be incorrect, it shall be final and binding in respect of all circumstances adjudicated upon and no further action will be taken by the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee or Bowls WA Management Committee. (ii) If an immediate result of the game or competition is not considered necessary, or if the game or competition involves play at a later date of a further round, and before such later date the decision made by the umpire is held to be incorrect either by the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee or Bowls WA Management Committee on appeal, then the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will forthwith make any consequential adjustment to the score and/or take any further action that may become necessary to rectify the result of the original decision of the umpire. (iii) In the event of the umpire’s decision being ultimately held to be incorrect, or varied in any way, Bowls WA should take steps to disseminate the correct decision in the given circumstances. 19. Appealing a Bowls WA Operational Committee Decision or fine or administration fee. Any administration decision by a Bowls WA Operational Committee, fine or administration fee imposed, may be appealed through the following process: (i) A written appeal with an explanation and listing all mitigating circumstances is to be lodged with the Bowls WA CEO within 48 hours of the written notification of the decision. (ii) If the CEO believes the appeal has merit the Bowls WA Management Committee will consider the appeal, and provide the lodger with a written copy of their findings. (iii) A Sub Committee of three (3) members of the Bowls WA Management Committee, one being the Chairman, will hear appeals on operational committee decisions made, if, the full Bowls Management Committee was not due to convene a normal meeting within (10) working days of receipt of the appeal. (iv) The decision of the Bowls WA Management Committee is final. 20. Delaying Play If the Umpire or the Controlling Body, either by their own observation or on appeal from one of the skips or an opponent in singles, decides that a player is deliberately delaying the delivery of a player’s bowl: ► On the first occasion the Umpire shall warn the player; ► For the second and subsequent offence the end will be regarded as completed and the opponents of the offender will score as many shots as there are bowls in use by such opponent. 21. Death at the venue or in transit 21.1 Death in transit Should a Players Death occur in transit, the match in question is immediately abandoned. 21.2 Death at the venue 21.2.1 Should there be a death of a player immediately prior to or during the match, that match will be abandoned. 21.2.2 Should there be a death of a player, official, spectator, employee or any other person not directly involved in an individual match, the commencement or continuation of that match will require the joint agreement of the respective team managers. Should agreement not be reached, the match will be abandoned. 21.3 Pennant Fixtures. Should this occur during any pennant fixture and the required number of ends to constitute a game has been completed, then a winner shall be determined at the time play ceased. Should there not be a constituted game, then the fixture will be treated as abandoned and equal points shall be awarded. 21.4 Other Bowls events. The controlling body shall determine when and if the event shall be replayed/rescheduled.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS 22. Player damaging the Green The Umpire of the Day shall be at liberty to warn a player if in their opinion he is causing damage to the green. Following the warning, if the player continues to cause damage to the green, the Umpire of the Day may request the player to retire from the green and take no further part in the match. For further information refer to Bowls Australia Greens Protection Policy. 22.1 Refusing to leave the green If the player refuses to leave the green, the player will be considered to become a defaulting player as per the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 23. Disciplinary Procedures for Players Participants in the sport are expected to show appropriate respect to fellow players, officials and spectators; upholding the Laws of the Sport and to act in a manner that does not bring the game into disrepute. These procedures will apply to any players participating in events, teams or squads which are subject to the authority of Bowls WA. Complaints may be lodged by the Umpire of the Day, officials from competing clubs, the authorized team manager or a participating player. 23.1

Complaints referred to Bowls WA may include: ● Violation of or non-compliance with the Laws of the Sport of Bowls, Bowls WA General Conditions of Play, General or Individual Pennant Conditions of Play and/or Individual Event Conditions of Play, ● Acting in a manner unbecoming a Member or prejudicial to the objects and interests of Bowls WA, a Controlling Body and/or the sport of bowls, bringing themselves, another member, Bowls WA, a Controlling Body or the sport of bowls into disrepute.

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Complaints must be made in writing within 72 hours of the alleged incident and addressed to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee Chairperson. The complaint shall be clear and unambiguous, stating precisely the matter to be determined,

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Within 72 hours of receipt of the complaint the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will consider the matter and make a determination. All parties involved will be informed of the decision in writing, within 48 hours thereafter. The committee has the power to call individuals before it, but is not required to do so.

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Penalties which may be determined, subject always to any limitations in the relevant legislation or the Laws of the Sport include: ► A reprimand(s); ► A fine(s); ► Suspension(s), from all bowls activities, on such terms and for such period as is considered fit; ► Exclusion(s) from a particular activity, event or events; ► Disqualification(s), for such period as is considered fit, including life bans;

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If either party wishes to appeal the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events decision they must do so following the procedures outlined in Bowls WA General Conditions Appealing a Bowls WA Operational Committee Decision or fine or administration fee.

BOWLS WA EVENT INFORMATION Refer to Field of Play Rules and relevant Conditions of Play for full details. GENERAL MATCH INFORMATION Bowls WA: 9340 0800 Pieter Harris (Competitions and Events): 0427 709 933 FIELD OF PLAY RULES and CONDITIONS OF PLAY The Field of Play Rules refer to all Bowls WA events, unless otherwise specified. The Field of Play Rules are available on the website www.bowlswa.com.au. All Events, including Pennants, State Championships, Country Week etc, will have Event Specific Conditions of Play. The Conditions of Play are available on our website www.bowlswa.com.au and are listed as “Men’s State Pairs Conditions of Play” etc. Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to change the Conditions of Play at any time.

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BOWLS WA EVENT INFORMATION RESPONSIBILITY It is the club and the player’s responsibility to ensure they are familiar with the Field of Play Rules and the Conditions of Play for each event. ENTRY FORMS The entry forms for the season will be distributed throughout the year via links in electronic (email) club mail outs and will be available on the Bowls WA website under Events. PLEASE PRINT NAMES CLEARLY and ensure that entry forms are FULLY COMPLETED. CLOSING DATE on entry forms for all events is the closing date at the Bowls WA Office. CANCELLATIONS may be made via phone to Bowls WA however they must also be received in writing (letter, email or fax) before the draw has been completed to be eligible for a refund. Refunds will be payable to the club or player after the event. CANCELLATIONS with less than 24 hours notice prior to the event may incur a fine. NO SHOWS players who do not show up to compete in events may incur a fine. CLUB EVENTS (INCLUDING MASTERS) Bowls WA does not run club events (including Masters) and questions pertaining to these should be directed to the host club. The format for Club Championships and the Conditions of Play are determined by the Club. TROPHIES Perpetual Trophies will be allowed to be taken by the winning team/player but must be returned to Bowls WA at least one month before the next season’s event. Winners trophies only will be provided by Bowls WA. Brooches/Medals/Badges Brooches/Medals/Badges will be presented to winners of relevant events and are provided by Bowls WA.

EVENT GENERAL CONDITIONS THE BOWLS WA FIXTURES AND EVENTS COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER THE CONDITIONS OF PLAY AT ANY TIME The Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to make all arrangements, to fix and/or alter starting times, to alter or make any variations to the conditions of any event or to the programme. The Committee reserves the right to change or cancel any event. • All disputes shall be settled by the appropriate Bowls WA Committee. Any member of the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee competing in a tournament, may assist the committee on the day, but is not permitted to represent the Fixtures and Events Committee or participate in the discussion or resolution of any claim, dispute or decision on the Rules of Bowls within the competition he/she is a competitor. • To be eligible to enter any Bowls WA event, players must be affiliated with a Western Australian Club and be shown to have Playing Rights on the club’s Bowls Link Database. • Entries must be received by the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee, no later than 4.30pm by the closing date shown on the official Entry Form. • All entries shall be subject to the approval of the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee, which reserves the right to refuse entry. • Once entries have closed, no refund will be available except upon production of a medical certificate or upon a written request to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee that shall approve/decline the request. DRUGS IN SPORT Bowls Australia’s Anti Doping Policy shall apply. See www.bowlsaustralia.com.au for details LIABILITY Bowls WA accepts no liability or responsibility for loss, theft or damage to a participant’s equipment. SUSPENDEND PLAYERS An Affiliated Club member suspended by Bowls WA shall be ineligible to enjoy any privileges of the Association. A suspended member is not eligible to play or watch bowls from any area under the control of a club. information correct as of September 15 2021

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions should be read in conjunction with the specific Pennant Competition Conditions of Play. Conditions of Play for Country Pennant Competitions are determined by the Country Leagues and where possible, should be consistent with the Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. 1. GENERAL CONDITIONS Clubs entering a side or sides into the Metropolitan Pennant Competition acknowledge and agree to abide by these General Conditions and the specified Conditions of Play for each of the individual competitions which comprise the Metropolitan Pennant Competition. Clubs not abiding by these General Conditions or individual competition Conditions of Play shall incur a penalty, which may include but is not limited to; loss of points or a fine. 1.1 Integrity (i) Clubs and players shall respect the integrity of all graded pennant competitions conducted by Bowls WA. (ii) Clubs and players shall respect and support the integrity of the separate men’s and women’s pennant competitions. (iii) Clubs shall ensure that when nominating sides into specified gender competitions that they have sufficient active players of that gender to support the number of sides nominated for that gender. 2. ELIGIBILITY 2.1 Clubs (i) Only metropolitan clubs affiliated with Bowls WA may enter the Metropolitan Pennant Competition. (ii) A club when entering the Metropolitan Pennant Competition for the first time or applying for an additional side in that competition will generally only be eligible to enter the side into the lowest pennant division applicable; thereafter a clubs divisional entitlement will be determined by the annual promotion and demotion system. 2.2 Players (i) A player must have playing rights in the Bowls Link database of a club affiliated with Bowls WA. (ii) A player shall play in the Pennant Competition for their Home Club as defined in the Field of Play Rules (FOP). (iii) No player shall be permitted to play in any Pennant Competition who is under suspension or has been expelled by any State or Territory Authority or Bowls Australia. 2.3 Multiple Club Membership Home Club is defined as the Primary Club to which the player is affiliated. A Player who is a member of more than one club; (i) May only play in the Bowls WA Pennant Competition for their Home Club unless a player’s Home Club does not enter a side into a Defined Bowls WA Pennant Competition on the same day. A player wishing to play in that Pennant Competition for another club of which they are a member; must complete the Multiple Club Pennant Application Form and forward to Bowls WA for permission to play. (II) If a country player is eligible and is granted permission via the Multiple Club Pennant Application Form to play Men’s Saturday or Women’s Tuesday Metropolitan Pennant, they become ineligible to play Men’s or Women’s Countryweek. (iii) A Side will be forfeited to the opposition and may receive a fine if: ► A club plays a player who is not shown to have Playing Rights in the Bowls Link Database or; ► A club plays a player after the first pennant game who has not been transferred correctly. ► A player competes who has an unresolved debt with Bowls WA or; ► A player competes who is under suspension from Bowls WA or has been suspended or expelled by any State Authority or Bowls Australia. 3. NOMINATION OF A PENNANT SIDE The nomination process for the Metropolitan Pennant Competitions is as follows: (i) Nomination forms detailing divisional/colour entitlements will be sent to each club prior to the commencement of each season. (ii) Clubs unable to meet the advised divisional entitlements shall at their first available opportunity inform the appropriate Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee in writing; that they wish to decrease or relinquish specific entitlements. (iii) Applications for additional Pennant Sides shall be in accordance with 2.1(ii) of these General Conditions. (iv) Nominations for specified gender competitions shall be in accordance with 1.1 (iii) of these General Conditions. (v) Clubs must nominate sides on the Pennant Entitlement Nomination Form and return completed nomination forms and applicable fees by the indicated due date.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS (vi) Nominations are not a guarantee of placement into the specified division/colour. (vii) The Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will assign nominated sides to divisions/colours and in the best interests of the competition be entitled to: ► promote or demote a nominated side in order to fill a vacancy within or correct an anomaly in a pennant division/colour; ► any such action shall be made based on the performance of a side in the previous season and; ► A club shall be notified in writing when an adjustment occurs. (viii) Clubs with extra players but not enough to form a side may contact surrounding clubs during the off season to ask if they would like to enter a combined Pennant Side in the relevant Pennant Competition under the following restrictions ► Clubs combining to form a new Pennant Side will only be able to enter in the lowest Pennant Division of the requested competition. Completion of an Amalgamation of Pennant Team Form must be made to Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee from both clubs stating who the home club will be. Combined club teams will be able to wear their own club uniform. ► If a club already has an allocated entitlement in a division that is the clubs lowest side but not the Defined Pennant Competitions lowest division, they may approach another club to join with them to continue in that division. Completion of an Amalgamation of Pennant Team Form must be made to Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee from both clubs stating which of the clubs the home club will be. Combined club teams will be able to wear their own club uniform. Note: Clubs shall ensure that when nominating sides into specified gender competitions that they have sufficient active players of that gender to support the number of sides nominated for that gender. Clubs should not enter a team knowing they will require Cross Gender Substitutions for the whole season. 4. LATE ENTRY OF A PENNANT SIDE 4.1 Prior to the commencement of the Competition: (i) After the closing date for annual nomination and where a vacancy exists in a division/colour additional side(s) may be accepted into the competition. (ii) An application for late entry must be made in writing to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee, a nomination fee will apply. (iii) An amendment to the advertised Draw for the affected division/colour shall be placed on the Bowls WA Website and any club directly affected will be advised in writing. 4.2 After the commencement of the Competition: (i) In the best interests of the competition the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee may accept a late entry into the competition. (ii) No late entry will be accepted after the half way point of the specific Pennant Competition. (iii) Application for late entry and advice of amendments to the draw shall be in accordance with 4.1 (ii) & (iii) above. (iv) Allocation of seasonal points for sides affected by the late entry of a side into a division/colour shall be as follows: ► An average of shots for and against and match points earned up to the half way point of the specific Pennant Competition shall be allocated to any side that was drawn to a bye prior to the late entry of a side. ► An average of shots for and against and match points earned up to the half way point of the specific Pennant Competition shall be allocated to any side that has been accepted as a late entry into the competition. ► The adjustment of points shall be made by the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee at the half way point of the specific Pennant Competition. 5. WITHDRAWAL OF A PENNANT SIDE 5.1 Withdrawal (i) A club that withdraws a side after the draw has been published and up to and including the third (3rd) round of competition may be liable for an administration fee. (ii) A side which is withdrawn after the commencement of the competition and up to and including the third (3rd) round of the competition will be considered not to have entered the competition; and any points and shots earned by the withdrawing side or their opposition shall not count and the position previously held by the withdrawing side in a draw may be replaced with a BYE. Or; (iii) May be replaced by a side which is a late entry into the competition as in 4.2. (iv) Notice of the withdrawal of a side and an amendment to the draw shall be posted on the Bowls WA Website and clubs directly affected notified.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 5.2 Subsequent Withdrawal of a Pennant Side (i) A club that withdraws a side after the third (3rd) round of the competition will be liable for an administration fee. (ii) Opposition sides drawn to play a side withdrawn after the third (3rd) round of the competition shall be awarded a forfeit. (iii) Notice of subsequent withdrawal of a side shall be posted on the Bowls WA Website and clubs directly affected notified. Written notice of intent to withdraw a side must be made to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee. 6. SELECTION RULES FOR A GRADED PENNANT COMPETITION INCLUDING FINALS Clubs will be held responsible in ensuring that selection decisions are consistent with the concept of a graded competition and be mindful at all times of the importance of the integrity of the competition in those decisions. The Integrity Rule is in question when 1. A player(s) is selected to play in a Lower Division when they should otherwise be playing in a Higher Division, if the objective of this selection is to strengthen the Lower Division to gain an advantage. 2. A player(s) of the opposite gender is selected to play in an Open Gender Side or as a Cross Gender Substitute if the objective of this selection is to strengthen a Division to gain an advantage. Examples of strengthening a Lower Division to gain an advantage include: 1. Trying to win promotion to a higher division. 2. Trying to qualify to play in finals. 3. Avoiding demotion. There may be cases where a perceived advantage may be gained by dropping a player(s) from a Higher Division to a Lower Division, but it is NOT considered a breach of the Integrity Rule. For example, where a pennant fixture for a particular game is re-scheduled so that it is not at its usual time or on its usual day. In this case, if a player(s) is not able to play in this re-scheduled game due to a legitimate reason such as work, study, family etc, then they should be allowed to play in a Lower Division without breaching the Integrity Rule. The key in this example is that the objective of the selection is NOT to gain an advantage, but to allow a player(s) to still play pennants in a Lower Grade due to legitimate circumstances that prevents them from playing in their usual division. Note that the Integrity Rule is NOT intended to prevent players from being dropped due to a lack of form or for a side to forfeit due to lack of players. Clubs should be prepared to defend their Selectors’ decisions. As such, the onus will be on the Club to mount a defence, rather than on the relevant Committee to prove that the Integrity Rule has been breached. 6.1

Selection Restrictions for all Pennant Finals (i) A player must have played a minimum of four (4) pennant games in that colour and/or division to be eligible for finals (ii) Where a club has two or more teams in the same colour a player must have played a minimum of four (4) pennant games in that side to be eligible for finals. If it is the clubs lowest division or no eligible players are available, permission may be sought in writing to play someone from the same division but a different colour in finals. (iii) Cross Gender Substitutes will not be permitted to play finals. (iv) A club may promote a player to play finals in a colour and/or division higher than their regular colour and/or division if they have played a minimum of four (4) pennant games in a lower division. (v) A club may apply to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee in writing to demote a player to play finals in a colour and/or division lower than their regular colour and/or division if they have not played a minimum of four (4) pennant games in the lower division only if not enough eligible players for that division are available or there are not enough players available from a lower division to be promoted. Any club that believes a violation of the Graded Pennant Competition has occurred should put in writing their concerns to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee via their club secretary. Alternatively, if the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee believe a violation of the Graded Pennant Competition has occurred, they have the ability to investigate without a written complaint from a club.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS Bowls WA have the grounds to declare a forfeit against the team of a Club where Bowls WA deems that the Club, without a satisfactory explanation to Bowls WA, is deemed to have played a number of regular players from a higher ranked team in a lower ranked team at any time during the pennant season, in a manner likely to gain an unfair advantage or to distort the rankings of the lower ranked grade. 7. SCHEDULING AND RESCHEDULING OF FIXTURES (i) All games shall be played in accordance with the most recently published fixtures and conditions of play. (ii) Fixtures may be rescheduled for player protection according to conditions outlined in Metropolitan Pennant General Conditions Rule. Player Protection. (iii) After the season’s pennant fixtures have been finalised but before the first pennant fixture date is played, all clubs in all divisions, may apply on the “Alteration to Pennant Fixture” form to reschedule a published pennant fixture. (iv) After the pennant season has begun all clubs in all divisions may apply on the “Alteration to Pennant Fixture” form to reschedule a pennant fixture for promotional reasons under the following conditions: ► Women’s Tuesday, Friday and Men’s Midweek Pennant: If a pennant side wishes to change the date/ time of a pennant fixture, it may only change the fixture date up to one (1) day forward or one (1) day back. ► Men’s and Women’s Saturday Pennant: Due to the commitment of results to the Sunday Times newspaper any change of date/time of Men’s and Women’s Saturday pennant must see the fixture completed no later than 6.15pm on the original Saturday Pennant date. ► All changes must be agreed upon by both sides involved with the promotional reasons noted on the “Alteration to Pennant Fixture” form and must be approved by Bowls WA. ► If regular players in that division/colour will be unavailable for the rescheduled match and will be required to play in a lower division for that round, those names will need to be noted on the “Alteration to Pennant Fixture” form. ► No Pennant fixture venue may be changed at any time due to inclement weather at the scheduled home venue ► No Pennant fixture change will be approved for the last round of any Specific Pennant Competition. NOTE: Bowls WA reserves the right to reschedule a Pennant Fixture for promotional reasons. 8. ABANDONMENT 8.1 General Abandonment of a Metropolitan Pennant Fixture by Bowls WA 8.1.1 Equal points shall be awarded for the General Abandonment of a fixture 8.1.2 Abandonment due to Extreme Weather conditions; (i) In the case of extreme weather conditions or other extreme circumstances the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee may cancel all games scheduled prior to the scheduled starting time. (ii) Should the abandonment of a fixture be on the day of play, notification of the General Abandonment of a fixture shall be posted on the Bowls WA Website. 8.2

Individual Abandonment, Delayed or Interrupted Games When no general abandonment of a fixture has been made by Bowls WA and a club is experiencing extreme weather or other extreme conditions at their location. 8.2.1 If host clubs green or greens have been closed for the day before the start of play due to the inclement conditions; (i) The game is abandoned and the allocated points are equally shared. (ii) The Bowls WA Umpire of the Day Cancellation of Play Report must be completed by the Umpire of the Day and forwarded to Bowls WA. (iii) Home Clubs are required to inform visiting clubs as soon as possible. 8.2.2 If the game is delayed at or after the scheduled start of play: (i) Whether the game has commenced at the scheduled start time or has been delayed, the game may not be abandoned until a minimum sixty (60) minutes cumulative time has elapsed unless the Umpire of the Day permanently closes the greens within this period. Note: The scheduled roll up time is not the scheduled start of play

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS (ii) If trial ends cannot be played or completed before the scheduled start time then all remaining trial ends will be considered completed and the start of the game is to commence as soon as the Umpire of the Day decides. (iii) If the Umpire of the Day in consultation with the team managers believe play may be able to get under way shortly after the sixty (60) minutes cumulative time has elapsed, play may be delayed a further thirty (30) minutes cumulative. (iv) If after the full ninety (90) minutes cumulative time is reached and play has not commenced or recommenced or is again delayed, the game must be abandoned by the Umpire of the Day. (v) When extreme conditions continue to interrupt play see (i) and (iii) above; Team Managers shall consult with the Umpire of the Day, who, as sole arbiter, shall make the decision to abandon or continue play for all sides at the venue. (vi) If the prescribed number of ends has been played to constitute a game prior to the abandonment of play, the game shall be considered as completed. (vii) If the prescribed number of ends have NOT been played to constitute a game prior to the abandonment of play it is an incomplete game. (vii) If a game is incomplete when play is abandoned the points shall be shared equally. (ix) The Bowls WA Umpire of the Day Cancellation of Play Report must be completed by the Umpire of the Day and forwarded to Bowls WA headquarters within 48 hours of the abandonment. 8.2.3

In the case of a Club having one or more greens closed at the start of play due to inclement weather, but also have one or more Greens open, the following conditions will apply: (i) The Club MUST use the Open Green/s if fit for Pennant and ALL teams at home on the day be able to be accommodated on the available green/s at the start of play. (ii) The Club may NOT use the Open Green/s if all teams at home on the day are NOT able to be accommodated on the available green/s at the start of play.

8.2.4

In the case of a Club having one or more greens closed after the start of play but also have one or more Greens open, the following condition will apply: (i) If green/s are closed by the Umpire of the Day during the course of the game due to a green becoming unplayable or dangerous e.g. flooding, then only games on those green/s are abandoned. If other green/s at the same venue are still safe and playable and the games are not abandoned by the Umpire of the Day under rule 8.2.2 play may continue on those green/s.

Note: When the host club permanently closes their green/s for the day prior to the Umpire of the Day being called upon to make a decision under rules 8.2.1, the club may be later asked to justify that decision if visiting teams see fit to protest the clubs decision to close their greens. 8.3 Completed Game A prescribed number of ends are required to be completed in competitions between sides to constitute a game. The required number of completed ends is dependent on the number of teams which make up the side. Refer to the individual Pennant Competition Conditions of Play. 8.4 Incomplete Game A game which has commenced but play has been abandoned prior to the prescribed number of ends that constitute a game have been played. 8.5 Games rescheduled due to Player Protection (i) In the case of General Abandonment, games that have been rescheduled from that round due to player protection will also be treated as abandoned. (ii) Rescheduled games that are individually abandoned may not be rescheduled again and will be treated as a draw. 8.6 Pennant Games scheduled to be played on a day other than the regular Pennant Day When a General Abandonment is called for a round of Pennant, all games attached to that round regardless as to whether they have been scheduled for a day in the future or have already been played, will be considered abandonded and the points shared. 9. FORFEIT (i) A Club is required to forfeit their lowest side first unless extenuating circumstances occur as approved by Bowls WA. (ii) A side forfeiting a game is required to notify the opposition side concerned as early as possible so as to avoid any inconvenience to that club. (iii) The home side is responsible for entering a forfeit into the Bowls Link website. (iv) A side that receives a forfeit shall be awarded all points, and the average shots for and against (percentage) from the round.If the awarded percentage has a negative effect on the sides current percentage, then no percentage will be awarded.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS (v) A player whose name appears on the Pennant Result Sheet may not have played in another game in that round. Penalty: ► A side that forfeits will be fined for each offence. ► A side that forfeits a game during the Finals and Promotion Play-Off series shall be disqualified from further participation in the series. ► The second game that a player plays in the same round will be considered a forfeit. 10. BYE 10.1 In the event of a bye, no points shall be awarded. 10.2 Inequality of byes within colours during the Home and Away Rounds. (i) If in a colour within a division there is inequality of byes the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee may redraw the fixture in the best interest of the competition. (ii) All changes to the draw shall be displayed on the Bowls WA website. (iii) If it is not possible or practical to re-draw the colour, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will determine the points and percentage allocation at the completion of the first round of Home and Away fixtures. (iv) If an inequality of byes occurs during the second round of Home and Away fixtures, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will determine the points and percentage allocation at the end of the Home and Away season taking into account only the second round of fixtures. (v) The points and percentage allocation will be determined using the following formula: Points – the average number of points gained per week by the relevant team over the course of the home and away round will be added to the team’s total points. If more than one bye needs to be compensated for, the average number of points added to the final total will be multiplied by the number of byes. Percentage – the average percentage gained or lost per week over the course of the home and away round. 10.3 Inequality of byes between colours when determining rankings for Pennant Finals 10.3.1 2nd Division and below that take part in Pennant Finals (i) If one or more colours have byes during the home and away season meaning they play less games than other colours in the division, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will determine the points and percentage allocation to the effected teams to bring them in line with the amount of games played in other colours at the end of the home and away season, these points and percentage will be added or subtracted to the clubs total. (ii) The points and percentage allocation will be determined using the following formula: Points – the average number of points gained per week by the relevant team over the course of the home and away season will be added to the team’s total points. If more than one bye needs to be compensated for, the average number of points added to the final total will be multiplied by the number of byes. Percentage – the average percentage gained or lost per week over the course of the home and away season will be added or subtracted to the clubs total. 11. LATE APPEARANCE (i) 30 minutes is allowed beyond the scheduled starting time. (ii) If at the end of 30 minutes, and no extenuation circumstances exist, a player is not present for one or more teams play should commence in accordance with BA Laws of the Sport of Bowls. (iii) If at the end of 30 minutes, and no extenuating circumstances exist, a side or sufficient players from the side are not present the opposing side will be awarded a forfeit. Laws of the Sport of Bowls. (iv) In the case of extenuating circumstances (e.g. Major freeway hold-up), every effort should be made to notify the host club and the Controlling Body. 12. OPEN GENDER PENNANT IN SPECIFIC METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITIONS AND DIVISIONS Please Note: to be read in conjuntion with Cross Gender Substitution Rules and Selection Rules For Graded Pennant Competitions Explanation: A Club may play both men and women in Eligible Pennant sides without the restrictions previously associated with Cross Gender Substitution Rules within the Bowls WA Metropolitan Pennant Conditions of Play.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS Open Gender Rules are accessible to any Club whose Pennant Side/s are in any of the following Pennant Competitions: ► Women’s Tuesday Pennant 3rd Division and Below ► Men’s Thursday Pennant 4th Division and Below ► Men’s Saturday Pennant 4th Division and Below ► Women’s Saturday Pennant 3rd Division Only Where clubs have multiple sides within eligible divisions, they are eligible to play as Open Gender Pennant Sides. Players of both genders must be chosen under the guidance of SELECTION RULES FOR GRADED PENNANT COMPETITIONS that can be located within these Metropolitan Conditions of Play. All Players who play any Pennant Competition under Open Gender Rules must do so under the following General Conditions: (i) Must conform to the rules for side dress in accordance with Bowls WA Field of Play Rules. (ii) Must play under Specific Pennant Conditions of Play e.g. Extreme Weather Rules Any club that believes a violation of the Graded Pennant Competition has occurred a club should put in writing their concerns to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee via their club secretary. Alternatively, if the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee believe a violation of the Graded Pennant Competition has occurred, they have the ability to investigate without a written complaint from a club. Penalty: When Open Gender Pennant is contravened; the opposing team will be awarded a forfeit. 13. CROSS GENDER SUBSTITUTION Please Note: to be read in conjuntion with Open Gender Substitution Rules and Selection Rules For Graded Pennant Competitions Cross Gender Rules are accessible to any Club whose lowest Pennant Side/s are in any of the following Pennant Competitions: ► Women’s Tuesday Pennant 2nd Division and Above ► Men’s Thursday Pennant 3rd Division and Above ► Men’s Saturday Pennant 3rd Division and Above ► Women’s Saturday Pennant 2nd Division and Above ► Women’s Friday Night Pennant All Players who play any Pennant Competition under Cross Gender Rules must do so under the following General Conditions: (i) Must conform to the rules for side dress in accordance with Bowls WA Field of Play Rules. (ii) Must play under Specific Pennant Conditions of Play e.g. Extreme Weather Rules (iii) Cross Gender Substitutions will not be permitted to play finals. 13.1 Women Substituting in Men’s Saturday Pennant Competition 3rd Division and Above. Players must be chosen under the guidance of SELECTION RULES FOR GRADED PENNANT COMPETITIONS that can be located within these Metropolitan Conditions of Play. Women may play in the Men’s pennant competition with the following conditions: (i) Cannot be selected if eligible players of the opposite gender are available. (ii) Are regarded as substitutes and therefore can play in any position except Skip. Laws of the Sport of Bowls. (iii) Only one (1) substitute is allowed per rink. Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 13.2 Men Substituting in Women’s Pennant Competition 2nd Division and Above. Players must be chosen under the guidance of SELECTION RULES FOR GRADED PENNANT COMPETITIONS that can be located within these Metropolitan Conditions of Play. Men may play in the Women’s pennant competition with the following conditions: (i) Cannot be selected if eligible players of the opposite gender are available. (ii) Are regarded as substitutes and therefore can play in any position except Skip. Laws of the Sport of Bowls. (iii) Only one (1) substitute is allowed per rink. Laws of the Sport of Bowls.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 13.3

A club with less than 10 Female Members. Where a bowling club does not have a ladies pennant side and the number of active female members in the Bowls Link Database is less than ten (10) then those members, following pre-season notification to the Bowls WA CEO by the Club, may play in their Home Club’s designated Men’s pennant competition without restriction and in whatever division their skills merit, as deemed by the club’s selectors. In extenuating circumstances clubs may seek dispensation by contacting the Bowls WA Chief Executive Officer.

Any club that believes a violation of the Graded Pennant Competition has occurred a club should put in writing their concerns to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee via their club secretary. Alternatively, if the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee believe a violation of the Graded Pennant Competition has occurred, they have the ability to investigate without a written complaint from a club. Penalty: When Cross Gender Substitution is contravened; the opposing team will be awarded a forfeit. 14. PLAYER PROTECTION A club having two (2) or more pennant players from the same side competing or officiating in an official BA Interstate, National or International competition as selected, as an invited player, as a direct entry or via Western Australian Qualifying Events, and the player’s club has a simultaneous pennant fixture that the players would normally play in, the fixture may be rescheduled as follows and under the following circumstances: (i) The players requiring protection must be regular players in the same pennant side. (ii) If Bowls WA feels it is impractical to reschedule one (1) or more pennant games to accomodate the missing players, player protection may not be allowed. (iii) Men’s Saturday and Women’s Tuesday Pennant Competitions; all games affected by the absence of players may be rescheduled to an alternative date by Bowls WA. Requests for re-scheduled games shall be made on the Alterations to Fixture Form to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee. (iv) The rescheduling of fixtures Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions will apply. 15. INTERSTATE PENNANT DECLARATION Using the Bowls Australia “Interstate Pennant Declaration” form metropolitan clubs may select players who have interstate home club status, to play Metropolitan Pennant under the following conditions: (i) The Interstate Pennant Declaration form is completed and submitted to Bowls WA for approval. (ii) Each club may only play a maximum of one (1) interstate player per Pennant Fixture. (iii) A player may play a maximum of three (3) pennant fixtures before being required to submit an “Interstate Clearance” form to change Home Club status. 16. ATTIRE FOR PENNANT SIDES Attire for pennant sides is in accordance with Field of Play Rules. 17. GREENS Bowls WA Greens and Infrastructure Policy will apply. 17.1 Procedures for Requesting Green Inspections Outside of Bowls WA Annual Inspection Dates The following procedures cover inspections arranged by Clubs after or before annual inspections have taken place (i) Clubs may make arrangements with the Bowls WA Greens Inspection Team at the time of the Annual Green Inspections to return at a later organised date/time to inspect greens not approved for pennant. (ii) If previous arrangements are not made, Clubs will make contact via phone or email with the Designated Green Inspector or the Bowls WA Competitions Manager to request a Greens Inspection for green/s not approved for pennant or for greens that have been renovated (grass) or modified (synthetic) since the Annual Inspections. (iii) Clubs are required to give 72 hours notice when nominating a date for a green/s inspection. (iv) When less than 72 hours notice for a preferred green/s inspection date is requested by a Club, there is no guarantee a Bowls WA Volunteer Greens Inspector will be available. (v) All greens that have been requested to be inspected by the Club must be prepared and ready for inspection when the Greens Inspector/s arrives. Note: If a Club requests green/s to be inspected and the green/s are not prepared and ready for inspection at the designated time, the green/s may not be inspected and the club may be invoiced by Bowls WA for the Green Inspector/s travel costs.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 18. PRACTICE No practice by any player engaged in any pennant game on that day, with the exception of trial ends, shall be permitted on the green to be used 90 minutes prior to the commencement of the game. Penalty: Any infringement may incur a fine. 19. BOWLS STICKERS 19.1 Home Games The Bowls WA nominated sponsor’s stickers when applicable must be used by the home side. Bowls WA will advise clubs annually of the requirement to use BWA sponsor’s stickers. 19.2 Club and Club Sponsors Stickers If there is no recognised sponsor for the Metropolitan Pennant Competition; clubs may apply in writing to the Bowls Management Committee to use club or club sponsors stickers for their home games. 19.3 Finals and Promotional and Challenge Play Off series In each Finals Fixture, the team that finished higher on the Home and Away ladder will use stickers. Where teams competiting are coming from different colours, Bowls WA will predetermine which side will use stickers. 20. RINK DRAW (i) The draw for the rinks and opponents of each team shall be decided jointly by the Side Managers, who shall exchange cards and then shuffle them. The cards of one side shall be placed (separately) name downwards by one manager and the cards of the other side placed one on each. The draw for the rink on which the teams shall play will be made by the Side Managers and placed on the cards as drawn. (ii) If the visiting side’s cards are not available 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the game, the Home Side Manager may arrange for the Umpire of the Day to conduct the rink draw in order for trial ends to commence. 21. SUBSTITUTES AND PLAYING SHORT (i) If during a game a player is unable to continue an eligible player may be used as a substitute with the permission of the Umpire of the Day. (ii) If a substitute is not available, the team must play with three (3) players with the order of play maintained by the second of the complete team playing consecutive bowls. Team

1st bowl

2nd bowl

3rd bowl

4th bowl

5th bowl

6th bowl

7th bowl

8th bowl

A

Lead

Lead

Second

Second

Third

Third

Skip

Skip

B

Lead

Lead

Third

Third

Skip

Skip

(iii) If a team with a substitute already playing has another player withdraw, the team may play with three (3) players. As in 21(ii) above. (iv) If a team of three (3) players with a substitute already playing has another player withdraw, that team, as well as the side must forfeit. (v) No team may play with less than three (3) players; if no substitute is available and one of the three players can not continue the side must forfeit. 22. COMPLETION OF PENNANT RETURNS AND INPUTTING RESULTS 22.1 Home and Away Returns (i) There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. (ii) The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to be confirmed at a later date. (iii) Sides Managers are to complete the Pennant Result Sheet in full, showing the names of the players who were selected for their sides. Note: Players names must be as per the Bowls Link Database, no nicknames or abbreviated surnames are to be used. (iv) If the selected player/s is/are unable to play and substitutes are not available, a notation “DID NOT PLAY” is to be marked beside the player/s name. (v) Any substitute used must have the word “SUB” marked next to their name. (vi) Cross Gender substitutes are to be clearly identified with an “M” or “F” circled next to the player’s name. (vii) The Home Side Manager must ensure that the name of the Umpire of the Day is entered on the form (viii) At the completion of the game the Sides Managers are responsible for recording and totalling individual rink (team) scores and aggregate points and recording the name of the winning side. Once agreement has been reached that the scores and points are correct the form shall be signed by both Managers.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 22.2 Inputting Results into Bowls Link (i) The Home Side is responsible for inputting the final scores into Bowls Link. (ii) The Away Side is responsible for checking the final scores in Bowls Link. (iii) A Club Representative is responsible for inputting team names into Bowls Link. 22.3 Byes, Forfeits, Rescheduled and Abandoned Games (i) A Pennant Result Sheet is not required to be lodged for a BYE (ii) A Pennant Result Sheet is not required to be completed in the case of a General Abandonment of a Fixture by Bowls WA (iii) The Home Side Manager is responsible for completing the Pennant Result Sheet and the accompanying Umpire of the Day Cancellation of Play Report for individually abandoned games 22.4 Finals and Promotion and Challenge Play Off Series (i) It is the responsibility of the hosting venue to coordinate with visiting teams to ensure all results are inputted into the Bowls Link Website. (ii) It is the responsibility of the club named in the home team position in the fixtures to ensure the final scores are inputted into the Bowls Link Website. (iii) It is the responsibility of the club named in the visiting team position in the fixtures to ensure the final scores are confirmed in the Bowls Link Website. There is no requirement to send the Pennant Result sheet to Bowls WA unless a protest is made. 23. SIDE MANAGER 23.1 Appointment Clubs are responsible when appointing a Side Manager for each of their Pennant Sides, to ensure the Managers are aware of their duties and the importance of accuracy when completing the Pennant Result Sheet and other related forms. 23.2 Roles and Responsibilities (i) Each Side Manager is required to have a copy of these General Conditions and the Conditions of Play for the relevant Pennant competition. (ii) To record the players names, date, division, colour and rink numbers on the score cards before the game. (iii) To prepare the Pennant Results Sheet in accordance with Rule 22 of these General Conditions. (iv) To effect the rink draw in accordance with Rule 20 of these General Conditions. (v) To ensure Pennant Results are inputted into the Bowls Link (Home Team). (vi) To ensure Pennant Results are checked in Bowls Link (Away Team). 24. PROTEST PROCEDURE FOR BOWLS WA PENNANT COMPETITIONS 24.1 The following procedures cover protests where a side wishes to lodge an appeal against an umpires or club officials decision at the conclusion of a fixture. (i) At the end of the fixture the manager making the protest is to tick the appropriate box on the Pennant Return Sheet. (ii) Both managers are required to sign the Pennant Result sheets acknowledging the provisional result and that a protest against the result has been made. (iii) The Home club is to fax or email the Pennant Result sheet to Bowls WA as soon as possible. (iv) The protesting club has until midday the following work day to submit the official protest in writing explaining the exact nature and circumstances of the protest and to deposit the $50 protest fee to Bowls WA. (v) The Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will investigate the circumstances and make a decision when both clubs will be informed of the decision in writing. (vi) The Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will make any change to the provisional result that is required. 24.2 Appealing a Bowls WA Operational Committee Decision or fine or administration fee. Any administration decision by a Bowls WA Operational Committee, fine or administration fee imposed, may be appealed through the following process: (i) A written appeal with an explanation and listing all mitigating circumstances is to be lodged with Bowls WA within 48 hours of the written notification of the decision. (ii) If the CEO believes the appeal has merit the Bowls WA Management Committee will consider the appeal, and provide the lodger with a written copy of their findings. (iii) A Sub Committee of three (3) members of the Bowls WA Management Committee, one being the Chairman, will hear appeals on operational committee decisions made, if, the full Bowls WA Management Committee was not due to convene a normal meeting within (10) working days of receipt of the appeal. (iv) The decision of the Bowls WA Management Committee is final.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 24.3 Protest Preocedure Against A Sub Standard Surface in Bowls WA Pennant Competitions (i) The protesting club has until midday the following work day to submit an official protest on the Greens Protest Form found on the Bowls WA Website under Club Assistance/Forms and Documents/Pennant Forms and to also deposit the $50 protest fee to Bowls WA. (ii) The Bowls WA Greens and Infrastructure Committee will investigate the circumstances and make a decision when both clubs will be informed of the decision in writing. (iii) The Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will be informed of the decision and make any change to the provisional result that is required. Note: If the written protest or $50 protest fee is not received by Bowls WA by midday the following work day, the protest will be considered as not having been made and the result will be considered final. If at the end of the process the protest is seen as a valid concern, whether the protest is successful or not, the $50 protest fee will be returned to the protesting club. If at the end of the process the protest is seen as spurious or having no basis the $50 protest fee will be forfeited. 25. UMPIRE OF THE DAY APPOINTMENT (i) Venue Clubs are to appoint an accredited Umpire where available to act as the Umpire of the Day. (ii) It is strongly recommended that a Pennant Side Manager is not named Umpire of the Day due to a conflict of duties. (iii) If the venue club does not have an accredited Umpire a visiting accredited Umpire may be appointed to officiate and act as the Umpire of the Day. (iv) If no Umpire is available then a competent player from the home side should be appointed to act as Umpire of the Day. 26. UMPIRE EQUIPMENT RESTRICTIONS Bowls WA allows suitably trained Nationally Accredited Umpires, carrying out their official measuring duties in all Bowls WA Events Pennant and Above to only use the approved Bowlsline Leice laser measure that measures to four (4) decimal places. Competing players in all Bowls WA Events Pennant and Above are not permitted to use any form of laser measure. 27. SMOKING, CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL Any lit or unlit smoking implement, electronic cigarettes and alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the greens during any Bowls WA Competition or Event. Bowls WA strongly encourages clubs to define a smoking area well away from the playing surfaces. Penalty: (i) For the first offence on that day, the player shall be warned by the Umpire of the Day. (ii) A player committing the same offence for the second time on the same day, shall be disqualified from the game and no substitute shall be permitted The Side will be allowed to play a player short and continue playing according to General Pennant Condition 20. Substitutes and Playing Short. 28. USE OF MOBILE PHONES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES All mobile phones must be turned to silent (or vibrate) whilst play is in progress. 28.1 In the case of a pending emergency, permission to set a mobile phone to an audible tone must be given by the Umpire of the Day. 28.2 Mobiles phone may not be used on the greens at any time whilst play is in progress on any rink. 28.3 Mobile phones may be used away from the greens as long as play is not disrupted or held up. 28.4 Electronic Devices are not permitted e.g. Ipods or Radios 28.5 Players who require the use of any Electronic Device for medical reasons should notify the Umpire of the Day before the start of play.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 29. FINALS AND PROMOTION PLAY OFFS 29.1 Ladder Position Determination during the Home and Away Season During the Home and Away season a sides ladder position within their colour will be determined in the following order: ► Overall Pennant Points ► Percentage ► Shots Up 29.2 Eligibility (i) A player must have played in at least four (4) pennant games in the specified competition for their home club (whether completed or not, including abandoned games) in the current season to qualify for the Finals and Promotional and Challenge Play Offs. (ii) A Player that has transferred clubs must play at least four (4) pennant games with the club they have transferred to, to be eligible to play in the Finals and Promotional and Challenge Play Offs for that club. (iii) A club with insufficient eligible player/s as per clause 6.1(i) may make written application to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee, to play unqualified player/s. The Fixtures and Events Committee shall stipulate the position in which an unqualified player/s shall play. (iv) A player who has played in a final in a lower division/colour is eligible to play in a subsequent final in a higher division/colour. (v) When a pennant competition has divisions with less than eighteen (18) rounds the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to adjust the qualifying number of games for finals to a number less than four (4) pennant games 29.3 Determining a Winner (i) For all games during the Finals and Promotion and Challenge Play Offs, the winner shall be determined by the side with the highest aggregate. (ii) In the event of a tied aggregate, one extra end shall be played on all rinks. (iii) The extra end shall be played from where the previous end was completed. (iv) Sides Managers shall toss for the mat in the extra end. (v) If a tie remains after the completion of the extra end, additional extra ends shall be played until a winner is determined with Sides Managers tossing for the mat for each and every extra end (Laws of the Sport of Bowls). 29.4 Determining Preliminary Final Green (i) When played on the same day as Semi Finals, the Preliminary Final Green shall be chosen by the Club with the higher points scored over the home and away season. (ii) If the chosen green is rolled between finals, both teams will be entitled to two (2) trial ends. (iii) If the chosen green is synthetic and watered between finals, both teams will be entitled to two (2) trial ends. (iv) If the chosen green is not rolled or watered between finals, only the team changing greens will be entitled to two (2) trial ends. 29.5 Determining Grand Final Green (i) When played on the same day as Semi Finals, the Grand Final Green shall be chosen by the Competing Club with the higher points scored over the home and away season. (ii) If the chosen green is rolled between finals, both teams will be entitled to two (2) trial ends. (iii) If the chosen green is not rolled or watered between finals, only the team changing greens will be entitled to two (2) trial ends. 30. DEATH AT THE VENUE OR IN TRANSIT 30.1 Death in transit Should a Players Death occur in transit, the match in question is immediately abandoned. 30.2 Death at the venue 30.2.1 Should there be a death of a player immediately prior to or during the match that match will be abandoned. 30.2.2 Should there be a death of a player, official, spectator, employee or any other person not directly involved in an individual match, the commencement or continuation of that match will require the joint agreement of the respective team managers. Should agreement not be reached, the match will be abandoned. 30.3 Pennant Fixtures 30.3.1 Should an abandonment occur during any pennant fixture and the required number of ends to constitute a game has been completed, then a winner shall be determined at the time play ceased. 30.3.2 Should there not be a constituted game, then the fixture will be treated as abandoned and equal points shall be awarded to both teams.

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30.4 Finals In the case of a finals fixture and the required number of ends to constitute a game has not been completed: (i) If occurs in a semi or preliminary final the highest placed team at the end of the home and away fixtures shall be declared the winner and advance to the next final. (ii) If occurs in a Grand Final the match shall be declared a draw and both teams wll be considered equal Pennant winners.

31. PRIZES Clubs winning the Grand Final in each Pennant Division shall be presented with: ► A Pennant Flag ► A Pennant Plaque Players playing in the winning side in the Grand Final shall be presented with a Pennant Badge*. *Clubs may order and purchase at cost extra Pennant Badges for players that did not play in the Grand Final, but were part of the side throughout the season 32. STANDARD FORMS The following Standard Forms are available from the Bowls WA Website www.bowlswa.com.au ► Multiple Club Pennant Application ► Umpire of the Day – Cancellation of Play Report ► Umpires Infringement Notice ► Amalgamation of Pennant Team Form ► Instantaneous Penalty Form ► Alterations to Pennant Fixture Form

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY All Individual Conditions of Play are to be read in conjunction with the Metropolitan Pennant Competition - General Conditions 1. STRUCTURE (i) The Competitions are graded into Divisions. (ii) Each Division will be sub-divided into colours. (iii) Saturday: Premier - 4th Division: Four (4) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. 5th Division: Three (3) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. 6th Division: Two (2) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. (iv) Midweek: Premier - 5th Division: Three (3) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. 6th Division: Two (2) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. (v) The Competitions are graded as follows: Premier League

North*

1st Division

White**

1st Division

Blue North

Blue South

2nd Division

Red

White

Blue

Gold

3rd Division

Red

White

Blue

Gold

4th Division

Red

White

Blue

Gold

5th Division

Red

White

Blue

Gold

6th Division

South*

Colours as required

*Premier League Midweek only is split North/South

**No Midweek 1st Division White

(vi) The structure of Lower Divisions is determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. 2. REGIONAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE DRAW SATURDAY (i) Premier League and 1st Division White will not receive regional consideration. (ii) Regional consideration shall be given to all other divisions. (iii) Where a club has more than one side in a Division, each side will be placed in a different colour if possible. MIDWEEK (iv) Regional consideration shall be given to all divisions. (v) Where a club has more than one side in a Division, each side will be placed in a different collour if possible. 3. SATURDAY AND MIDWEEK FORMAT (i) A Sides competition with four (4) players in each team. (ii) Two (2) bowls per player. (iii) 21 completed ends. (iv) For Midweek Pennant Only there will be no dead ends and the jack will be respotted on the tee. (v) The Fixtures will be scheduled as a home and away competition. (vi) No alterations will be permitted without the prior written consent of Bowls WA. 4. CONSTITUTED GAME 4.1 4 Teams a Side (i) 56 completed ends must be played to constitute a game. 4.2

3 Teams a Side (i) 42 completed ends must be played to constitute a game.

4.3

2 Teams a Side (i) 28 completed ends must be played to constitute a game.

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 5. SATURDAY STARTING TIME/TRIAL ENDS (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 1.45pm. (ii) Trial ends may commence no later than 1.30pm and must be completed before the scheduled starting time of the game. MIDWEEK (Thursday) STARTING TIME/TRIAL ENDS (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 1.30pm (ii) Trial ends may commence no later than 1.15pm and must be completed before the scheduled starting time of the game. 6. LATE APPEARANCE (i) Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. Refer Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 7. SCORING Points shall be awarded as follows: 4 Teams a Side

3 Teams a Side

2 Teams a Side

Maximum

8 points

Maximum

6 points

Maximum

4 points

For aggregate win

4 points

For aggregate win

3 points

For aggregate win

2 points

For aggregate tie

2 point each

For aggregate tie

1.5 points each

For aggregate tie

1 point each

For rink win

1 point

For rink win

1 point

For rink win

1 point

For rink tie

0.5 point

For rink tie

0.5 point

For rink tie

0.5 point

8. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS SATURDAY and Midweek (Thursday) (i) It is the responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixture to: ► Input the final scores into the Bowls Link website by 6.15pm on the day of the competition. ► To realign the home rinks to correspond with their direct rink opponents. ► To input the correct rink scores against each rink skipper. ► There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. ► The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to be confirmed at a later date. (ii) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Away Team’ in the fixture to check results in the Bowls Connect website are corrrect NOTE: Pennant scores will be taken from the Bowls Connect website by staff at 6.15pm, collated and sent to the following days newspaper. If the West Australian/ Sunday Times newspapers changes submission times for inclusion in the following day’s newspaper club inputting times may be adjusted. Penalty: Fine 9. PENNANT FINALS 9.1 Determining a Colour Winner (i) Colour Winners in each division shall be decided by the points gained by each side. (ii) In the event of two or more sides having the same number of points, the following shall apply: (a) The order shall be determined by the shots for divided by the shots against. (b) Then if equal order shall be determined by the difference in shots for and against; and (iii) Aggregate score in these games shall determine the winning side.

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 9.2 Venues for Pennant Finals 9.2.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Pennant Finals. Saturday 9.2.2 Premier League and 1st Division White (i) The first day of Finals shall be played at the club that finishes on top of the ladder. (ii) The Grand Final shall be played at a neutral venue, unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, as determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. (iii) In each Finals Fixture, the team that finished higher on the Home and Away ladder will use stickers. 9.2.3 1st Division Blue (North and South) (i) The Grand Final is to be played at a neutral venue, unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, as determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. 9.2.4 2nd Division and below (i) Finals shall be played at the club that finishes with the highest points in each applicable division. (ii) Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will predetermine which teams will use stickers in Finals Fixtures. Midweek (Thursday) 9.2.5 Premier League North and Premier League South (i) The first day of Finals shall be played at the club that finishes on top of the ladder. (ii) The Grand Final shall be played at the home of the highest participating club. 9.2.6 1st Division Blue (North & South) (i) Grand Final is to be played at a neutral venue, unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, as determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. 9.2.7 2nd Division and below (i) All finals shall be played at the club that finishes with the highest points in each applicable division. (ii) The Grand Final will be played at the highest remaining ranked club after the first week of finals. 9.2.8 Results – Midweek and Saturday (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs who is the “Home” and who is the “Away” team for the purpose of inputting the results into the Bowls Link website (i) There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. (ii) The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to be confirmed at a later date 9.3

Draw of Pennant Finals 9.3.1 Premier League and 1st Division White - Saturday Pennant Competition SATURDAY AM Semi Finals

1v2

SATURDAY PM Preliminary Final (PF)

Loser (1 v 2) v Winner (3 v 4)

SUNDAY Grand Final

3v4

Winner (1 v 2) v Winner Preliminary Final

Premier League North and Premier League South - Midweek Pennant Competition WEEK 1 PM Semi Final WEEK 2 PM Grand Final

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1v4

2v3

Winner (1 v 4) v Winner (2 v 3)

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 9.3.2

1st Division Blue - Saturday and Midweek Pennant Competition Grand Final

Colour Winner Blue North v Colour Winner Blue South

9.3.3 2nd Division and below - Saturday and Midweek Pennant Competition (i) Colour winners are ranked from 1 to 4 according to their points. If these are equal: (a) The order shall be determined by the shots for divided by the shots against. (b) Then if equal order shall be determined by the difference in shots for and against. Aggregate score in these games shall determine the winning side. 2nd Division and below - Saturday Pennant Competition SAT AM Semi Final SAT PM Grand Final

1v4

2v3

Winner (1 v 4) v Winner (2 v 3)

2nd Division and below -- Midweek (Thursday) Pennant Competition WEEK 1 Semi Finals WEEK 2 Grand Final 9.4

1v4

2v3

Winner (1 v 4) v Winner (2 v 3)

Exceptions - Division a number other than Four (4) Colours In the event of a Division having a number other than four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined as follows: 9.4.1 Three (3) Colours in a Division (i) The club with the highest points will be granted direct entry to the Grand Final and the remaining two (2) clubs will play off to determine who will make it to the Grand Final. 9.4.2 Two (2) Colours in a Division (i) The two (2) clubs will play in the Grand Final. 9.4.3 One (1) Colour in a Division: (i) The club finishing on top of the ladder will play the club finishing second on the ladder in the Grand Final. 9.4.4 More than (4) Colours in a Divisions (i) In the event of a Division having more than Four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined at the discretion of the Fixtures and Events Committtee.

NOTE: If a club who qualifies for any Pennant Final is unable to compete for any reason, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will determine the make up of Finals Fixtures based on what is best for the competition. 10. PROMOTIONAL PLAYOFFS 10.1 Positions 10.1.1 Premier League North and Premier League South do not participate in Promotion Play Offs 10.1.2 1st Division Blue North and South participate in Promotion Play Offs. 10.1.3 2nd Division do not participate in Promotion Playoffs 10.1.4 3rd Division and Below participate in Promotion Playoffs 10.2

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General - Saturday (i) Clubs that finish in 2nd and 3rd position on the ladder in 1st Division North and South and in each colour in 3rd Division and below at the end of the season shall participate in Promotional Playoffs. (ii) Clubs are required to ask Bowls WA permission to use split rinks. (iii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Promotion Play Offs. (iv) The winner of the Promotional Play Off will determine which club will have the second promotion to the next highest division. (v) The Aggregate score shall determine the winning side.

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 10.3

Venue - Saturday (i) The Promotion Playoff will be played at the club that finishes in 2nd position on the ladder in each colour at the end of the season.

10.4

General - Midweek (i) Clubs that finish in 2nd and 3rd position on the ladder in 1st Division Blue North and Blue South at the end of the season shall participate in Promotion Play Offs. (ii) Clubs that finish in 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th positions on the ladder in 3rd Division and below at the end of the season shall participate in Promotion Playoffs. (iii) Clubs are required to ask Bowls WA permission to use split rinks. (iv) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Promotion Play Offs. (v) The winner of the Promotion Play Off will determine which club will have the second promotion to the next highest division. (vi) The Aggregate score shall determine the winning side.

10.5

Venue - Midweek (i) All Semi Finals shall be played at the club that finishes in 2nd position on the ladder in each colour at the end of the season. (ii) The Grand Final will be played at the highest remaining ranked club after the first week of finals in each colour.

10.6

Results - Midweek and Saturday (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs who is the “Home” and who is the “Away” team for the purpose of inputting the results into the Bowls Link website. (ii) There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. (ii) The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to be confirmed at a later date.

11. Draw of Promotional Finals Saturday Saturday PM Grand Final

2nd v 3rd in each colour

Midweek 1st Division Blue North and South - WEEK 1 PM Grand Final 2v3 3rd Division and Below WEEK 1 PM Semi Finals WEEK 2 PM Grand Final

2v5

3v4

Winner (2 v 5) v Winner (3 v 4)

NOTE: If a club who qualifies for any Promotion Final is unable to compete for any reason, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will determine the make up of the Finals Fixtures based on what is best for the competition. 11. CHALLENGE PLAYOFFS 11.1 Positions 11.1.1 Saturday and Midweek Premier League do not participate in Challenge Play Offs. 11.1.2 1st Division White (Saturday Only) (i) Clubs that finish in positions 7 and 8 on the ladder at the end of the season will participate in the Challenge Playoffs against 1st Division Blue North and South teams. 11.1.3 1st Division Blue North and 1st Division Blue South SATURDAY (i) Clubs that finish in positions 2 and 3 on the ladder at the end of the season will participate in the Challenge Playoffs against 1st Division White teams. (ii) Clubs that finish in positions 7 and 8 on the ladder at the end of the season will participate in the Challenge Playoffs against 2nd Division teams. information correct as of September 15 2021

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY MIDWEEK (iii) Clubs that finish in positions 7 and 8 on the ladder at the end of the season will participate in the Challenge Playoffs against 2nd Division teams. 11.1.4 2nd Division (i) Clubs that finish in positions 2 and 3 on the ladder at the end of the season will participate in the Challenge Playoffs against 1st Division Blue North and South teams. 11.1.5 3rd Division and below do not participate in Challenge Playoffs 11.2

Venues for Challenge Playoffs (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Challenge Playoffs. (iii) Neutral venues will be used whenever possible.

11.3

Results – Midweek and Saturday (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs who is the “Home” and who is the “Away” team for the purpose of inputting the results into the Bowls Link website. (ii) There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. (iii) The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to be confirmed at a later date. (iv) The Aggregate score shall determine the winning side.

11.4

Pennant Challenge Finals Draws 11.4.1 1st Division White versus 1st Division Blue Challenge for Promotion (Saturday Only) Team 2 from 1st Division Blue South and Team 2 from 1st Division Blue North will be ranked on points collected during the season. The team with the most points will be aligned with the 8th ranked 1st Division White team with the remaining team aligned with the 7th ranked 1st Division White team. SATURDAY AM Semi Final

1st Division Blue South Team 2 v 1st Division Blue South Team 3

1st Division Blue North Team 2 v 1st Division Blue North Team 3

PM Final

Winner (2 v 3) v 1st Division White Team 7 or 8

Winner (2 v 3) v 1st Division White Team 7 or 8

Winners of PM finals will play in 1st Division White next season. All losing teams in finals will play in 1st Division Blue South/North next season. 11.4.2

1st Division Blue South versus 2nd Division Red and 2nd Division White Challenge for Promotion. Team 2 from 2nd Division Red and Team 2 from 2nd Division White will be ranked on points collected during the season. The team with the most points will be aligned with the 8th ranked 1st Division Blue South team with the remaining team aligned with the 7th ranked 1st Division Blue South team. SATURDAY

MIDWEEK

AM Semi Final

WEEK 1 Semi Final

2nd Division Red Team 2 v 2nd Division Red Team 3

2nd Division White Team 2 v 2nd Division White Team 3

PM Final

WEEK 2 Final

Winner (2 v 3) v 1st Division Blue South Team 7 or 8

Winner (2 v 3) v 1st Division Blue South Team 7 or 8

Winners of PM and Week 2 finals will play in 1st Division Blue South next season. All losing teams in finals will play in 2nd Division next season.

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 11.4.3 1st Division Blue North versus 2nd Division Blue and 2nd Division Gold Challenge for Promotion. Team 2 from 2nd Division Blue and Team 2 from 2nd Division Gold will be ranked on points collected during the season. The team with the most points will be aligned with the 8th ranked 1st Division Blue North team with the remaining team aligned with the 7th ranked 1st Division Blue North team. SATURDAY

MIDWEEK

AM Semi Final

WEEK 1 Semi Final

2nd Division Blue Team 2 v 2nd Division Blue Team 3

2nd Division Gold Team 2 v 2nd Division Gold Team 3

PM Final

WEEK 2 Final

Winner (2 v 3) v 1st Division Blue North Team 7 or 8

Winner (2 v 3) v 1st Division Blue North Team 7 or 8

Winners of PM and Week 2 finals will play in 1st Division Blue North next season. All losing teams in finals will play in 2nd Division next season. NOTE: If a club who qualifies for any Challenge Final is unable to compete for any reason, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee will determine the make up of the Finals Fixtures based on what is best for the competition. 12. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION 12.1 Premier League SATURDAY (i) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 1st Division White subject to conditions 12.2 (iii) and (iv). (ii) No Club will have more than one side in Premier League. MIDWEEK (iii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points in each of Premier League North and South will be relegated to 1st Division Blue North and South. 12.2 1st Division White (Saturday) (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder shall be promoted to Premier League. (ii) The Pennant Finals shall determine the club who receives the second promotion. If in the event that the winner of the Pennant Finals has already achieved a promotion by finishing on top of the ladder, then the runner up of the Pennant final shall be promoted to Premier League. (iii) In the event that either or both of the Clubs gaining promotion already has a side in Premier League, the next best placed Side/s after the 1st Division White Finals have been completed will be promoted to Premier League. (iv) If all four Clubs involved in Finals already have a side in Premier League, no side will be promoted from 1st White. (v) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be automatically relegated to 1st Division Blue North or South. (vi) The 7th and 8th placed teams will play in a Challenge Playoff against 1st Division Blue South/North for the right to play in 1st DivisionWhite the following season. 12.3 1st Division Blue North and Blue South SATURDAY (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in 1st Division Blue North and Blue South shall be promoted to 1st Division White. (ii) The second promotion will be determined by the Challenge Play offs in Blue North and Blue South versus 1st Division White (iii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points from 1st Division Blue North and Blue South will be relegated to 2nd Division. (iv) The 7th and 8th placed teams from 1st Division Blue North and Blue South will play in a Challenge Playoff against 2nd Division for the right to play in1st Division Blue North/South the following season. MIDWEEK (v) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in 1st Division Blue North and Blue South shall be promoted to Premier League North or South. (vi) The second promotion will be determined by the Promotion Play Offs in Blue North and Blue South. (vii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points from 1st Division Blue North and Blue South will be relegated to 2nd division (viii) The 7th and 8th placed teams from 1st Division Blue North and Blue South will play in a Challenge Playoff against 2nd Division for the right to play in 1st Division Blue North/South the following season. information correct as of September 15 2021

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MEN’S SATURDAY & MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 12.4 2nd Division (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in each colour shall be promoted to 1st Division Blue North or South. (ii) The second promotion will be determined by the Challenge Play Offs in each colour versus 1st Division Blue North/South. (iii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be automatically relegated to 3rd Division. 12.5 3rd Division and below (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in each colour of each division shall be promoted to the next highest division. (ii) The second promotion will be determined by the Promotion Play Offs in each colour in each division. (iii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points from each colour in each division will be relegated to the next lowest division. 13. PENNANT FINALS ABANDONMENT In the event of one or more pennant finals being abandoned, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to alter the format or structure or determine a result for affected finals. However it is not envisaged for finals to be extended beyond the scheduled playing dates. The Fixtures and Events Committee shall have the power to promote or relegate any club to complete a pennant division. 13. PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 13.1 See Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. 13.2 Individual Club Abandonment/Interrupted Games (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play (ii) Any game not commenced by 2.45pm (Saturday Pennant Only), shall be treated as abandoned in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (iii) Any game not commenced by 2.30pm (Midweek Pennant Only), shall be treated as abandoned in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (iv) Should the temperature reach 40 C, then the umpire of the day is to review the prevailing conditions and defer play in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions (v) A count of completed ends should be made to determine if the required number of ends to constitute a game have been completed. (vi) If insufficient ends have been completed refer to Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play.

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY AND SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY All Individual Conditions of Play are to be read in conjunction with the Metropolitan Pennant Competition - General Conditions 1. STRUCTURE (i) The Competition is graded into Divisions. (ii) Each Division may be sub-divided into colours. TUESDAY (iii) Premier - 3rd Division: Three (3) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. 4th Division: Two (2) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. Premier League 1st Division

White

1st Division

Green North

Green South

2nd Division

Red

White

Green

Blue

3rd Division

Red

White

Green

Blue

4th Division

Colours as required

(iv) The structure of Lower Divisions is determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. SATURDAY (v) Two (2) teams of four (4) players shall constiute a side. 1st Division

Red

1st Division

Blue South

Blue North

2nd Division

Lemon

Lime

Yellow

As required

3rd Division

Blue

Pink

Purple

As required

2. REGIONAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE DRAW The Draw shall be conducted as follows: (i) Tuesday Premier League, Tuesday 1st Division White and Saturday 1st Red will not receive regional consideration. (ii) Regional consideration will be given to all other Divisions. (iii) Where a club has more than one side in a Division, each side will be placed in a different colour if possible. 3. FORMAT General (i) A Sides competition with fours (4) players in each team. (ii) Two (2) bowls per player. (iii) The Fixtures will be scheduled as a home and away competition. (iv) No alterations will be permitted without the prior written consent of Bowls WA. TUESDAY (iv) 21 completed ends SATURDAY (v) 18 completed ends 4. CONSTITUTED GAME 4.1 3 Teams a Side (i) 42 completed ends must be played to constitute a game (Tuesday). 4.2 2 Teams a Side (i) 28 completed ends must be played to constitute a game (Tuesday). (ii) 24 completed ends must be played to constitute a game (Saturday). If the required ends are not completed the game shall be abandoned as outlined in the Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play.

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY AND SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 5. STARTING TIME/TRIAL ENDS TUESDAY (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 10.00am. (ii) Trial ends may commence at 9.30am and must be completed before the scheduled starting time. (iii) Clubs may begin earlier if both clubs agree. SATURDAY (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 1.45pm. (ii) Trial ends may commence at 1.30pm and must be completed before the scheduled starting time. 6. FINISHING TIME TUESDAY All pennant games must be completed by 2.30pm. SATURDAY All pennant games must be completed by 6.00pm. 7. LATE APPEARANCE (i) Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (ii) Refer Laws of the Sport of Bowls Domestic Regulations. 8. SCORING Points shall be awarded as follows: 3 Teams a Side

2 Teams a Side

Maximum

6 points

Maximum

4 points

For aggregate win

3 points

For aggregate win

2 points

For aggregate tie

1.5 points each

For aggregate tie

1 point each

For rink win

1 point

For rink win

1 point

For rink tie

0.5 point

For rink tie

0.5 point

9. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS TUESDAY and SATURDAY (i) It is the responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixture to: ► Input the final scores into the Bowls Link website by 6.30pm on the day of the game. ► To align the home rinks to correspond with their direct rink opponents. ► To input the correct rink scores against each skipper. ► There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. ► The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to confirmed at a later date. (ii) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Away Team’ in the fixture to check results in the Bowls Link website are correct NOTE: Tuesday Pennant scores will be taken from the Bowls Link website by staff at 6.15pm, collated and sent to the following days newspaper. If the West Australian/Sunday Times Newspaper changes submission times for inclusion in the following day’s newspaper, club inputting times may be adjusted. Penalty: Fine 10. PENNANT FINALS 10.1 Determining a Winner General (i) Colour Winners in each division shall be decided by the points gained by each side. (ii) In the event of two or more sides having the same number of points, the following shall apply: a. The order shall be determined by the shots for divided by the shots against. b. then if equal order shall be determined by the difference in shots for and against; and Aggregate scores in finals games shall determine the winning side.

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY AND SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 10.2 Venues for Pennant Finals 10.2.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Pennant Finals. (iii) All Grand Finals shall be played at a neutral venue, unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, as determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. TUESDAY 10.2.2 Premier League, 1st Division White and 1st Division Green (North and South) (i) The first day of finals shall be played at the club that finishes on top of the ladder (ii) The second day of finals shall be played at the home of the highest participating club. (iii) In each Finals Fixture, the team that finished higher on the Home and Away ladder will use stickers. 10.2.3 2nd Division and below (i) The first day of finals shall be played at the club that finishes with the most points amongst the colour winners. SATURDAY 10.2.4 All Divisions (i) All finals will be held at venues determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee depending on green availability. 10.2.5 Results – Tuesday and Saturday (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs who is the “Home” and who is the “Away” team for the purpose of inputting the results into the Bowls Link website. (ii) There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. (iii) The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to be confirmed at a later date. 10.3 Draw of Pennant Finals TUESDAY 10.3.1 Premier League and 1st Division MONDAY Semi Finals

1v2

TUESDAY Preliminary Final WEDNESDAY Grand Final

3v4

Loser (1 v 2) v Winner (3 v 4) Winner ( 1 v 2) v Winner Preliminary Final

10.3.2 2nd Division and below (i) Colour winners are ranked from 1 to 4 according to their points. (ii) In the event of two or more sides having the same number of points, the following shall apply: (a) then if equal order shall be determined by the shots for divided by the shots against. (b) the order shall be determined by the difference in shots for and against. TUESDAY Semi Final

1v4

WEDNESDAY Final

Winner ( 1 v 4) v Winner (2 v 3)

2v3

SATURDAY 10.3.3 1st Division Red and 1st Division Blue SATURDAY AM Semi Final

1v4

SATURDAY PM Grand Final

Winner ( 1 v 4) v Winner (2 v 3)

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY AND SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 10.3.4 2nd Division & below (i) Colour winners are ranked from 1 to 4 according to their points. (ii) In the event of two or more sides having the same number of points, the following shall apply: (a) then if equal order shall be determined by the shots for divided by the shots against. (b) the order shall be determined by the difference in shots for and against; and SATURDAY AM Semi Final

1v4

SATURDAY PM Final

Winner ( 1 v 4) v Winner (2 v 3)

2v3

10.3.5 Division a number other than Four (4) Colours In the event of a Division having a number other than four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined as follows: 10.3.6 Three (3) Colours in a Division (i) The club with the highest points will be granted direct entry to the Grand Final and the remaining two (2) clubs will play off to determine who will make it to the Grand Final. 10.3.7 Two (2) Colours in a Division (i) The two (2) clubs will play in the Grand Final. 10.3.8 One (1) Colour in a Division: (i) The club finishing on top of the ladder will play the club finishing second on the ladder in the Grand Final. 10.3.9 Five (5) Colours in a Division (i) Two (2) lowest colours play off to determine who would play in the finals against the three (3) colours with the highest points. In the event of there being more than five (5) colours in the competition, the Fixtures and Events Committee shall determine the pennant final format. 11. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION TUESDAY 11.1 Premier League (i) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 1st White. (ii) No club will have more than one side in Premier League. 11.2 1st Division White (i) The two (2) clubs finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder shall be promoted to Premier League. (ii) In the event that a club finishing in 1st and/or 2nd already has a side in Premier League, the 3rd and/or 4th placed side will be promoted according to ladder position order. (iii) If all top four clubs already have a side in Premier League, no side will be promoted from 1st Division White and therefore no side will be demoted from Premier League. (ii) The two (2) clubs finishing in 9th and 10th position on the ladder will be relegated to 1st Division Green (North or South) 11.3 1st Division Green North and Green South (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in 1st Division Green North and 1st Division Green South shall be promoted to 1st Division White. (ii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points in 1st Division Green North and 1st Division Green South will be relegated to 2nd Division. 11.4 2nd Division (4 Colours) (i) The club finishing in 1st position on the ladder in each Colour shall be promoted to 1st Division Green North or 1st Division Green South. (ii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 3rd Division. 11.5 3rd Division (4 Colours) (i) The two (2) clubs finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder in each Colour shall be promoted to 2nd Division. (ii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 4th Division. 11.6 4th Division (4 Colours) (i) The two (2) clubs finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder in each Colour shall be promoted to 3rd Division. 11.6.1 In the event of 4th Division having more or less than four (4) Colours, promotion will be determined as follows:

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY AND SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 11.6.1.1 Six (6) Colours (i) One (1) club with the highest number of points in each Colour shall be promoted to 3rd Division. (ii) The two (2) clubs with the next highest points, from any Colour, shall be promoted to 3rd Division. 11.6.1.2 Five (5) Colours (i) One (1) club with the highest number of points in each Colour shall be promoted to 3rd Division. (ii) The three (3) clubs with the next highest points, from any Colour, shall be promoted to 3rd Division. 11.6.1.3 Three (3) Colours (i) Two (2) clubs with the highest number of points in each Colour shall be promoted to 3rd Division. (ii) The two (2) clubs with the next highest points, from any Colour, shall be promoted to 3rd Division. SATURDAY 11.7 1st Division Red (i) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 1st Division Blue. 11.8 1st Division Blue South and North (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in 1st Division Blue North and 1st Division Blue South shall be promoted to 1st Division Red. (ii) The two (2) clubs finishing with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 2nd Division. 11.9 2nd Division (4 Colours) (i) The club finishing in 1st position on the ladder in each Colour shall be promoted to 1st Division Blue North or 1st Division Blue South.. (ii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 3rd Division. 11.10 3rd Division (3 Colours) (i) The two (2) clubs finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder in each Colour will be promoted to 2nd Division. In the event of an increasing or decreasing number of nominated teams, the Fixtures and Events Committee shall have the power to increase or decrease the number of colours in any division. This may change pennant finals and relegation or demotion. The Fixtures and Events Committee shall have the power to promote or relegate any club to complete a pennant division. A maximum number of two (2) teams from one club will be permitted in each colour. This may affect the promotions and relegations. 12. PENNANT FINALS ABANDONMENT In the event of one or more pennant finals being abandoned, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to alter the format or structure or determine a result for affected finals. However it is not envisaged for finals to be extended beyond the scheduled playing dates. 13.PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 13.1 General Abandonment (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play General Abanondment- Heat. (ii) If the temperature forecast is 38◦C or over all pennant games shall be cancelled at 5.00pm the day before the scheduled pennant fixture. (iii) Notification of a General Abandonment will be placed on the Bowls WA Website only. 13.2 Individual Club Abandonment/Interrupted Games (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (ii) Any game not commenced by 11.00am (Tuesday) or 2.45pm (Saturday), shall be treated as abandoned in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Comptetion General Conditions. (iii) Should the temperature reach 37◦C, then the umpire of the day is to review the prevailing conditions and defer play in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Competition - General Conditions. (iv) If play is still in progress at 2.30pm (Tuesday) or 6.00pm (Saturday), all ends in play shall be completed. (v) A count of completed ends should be made to determine if the required number of ends to constitute a game have been completed. (vi) If insufficient ends have been completed refer to Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Competitions. information correct as of September 15 2021

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WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY All Individual Conditions of Play are to be read in conjunction with the Metropolitan Pennant Competition - General Conditions 1. STRUCTURE (i) The Competition is divided into Colours. (ii) Two (2) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. (iii) Composite sides are accepted and encouraged with written permission required. 2. REGIONAL CONSIDERATION OF THE DRAW (i) Where possible, all sides within a colour will play at the same venue. (ii) Regional consideration will be given to all clubs. (iii) The Fixtures and Events Committee will determine the venues. 3. FORMAT (i) A Sides competition with four (4) players in each team. (ii) Two (2) bowls per player. (iii) 15 completed ends. 4. CONSTITUTED GAME (i) Twenty (20) completed ends must be played to constitute a game. (ii) If the required ends are not completed the game shall be abandoned or re-scheduled as outlined in the Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. 5. STARTING TIME, TRIAL ENDS (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 7.00pm. (ii) Trial ends may commence at 6.30pm and must be completed before the scheduled starting time. 6. FINISHING TIME (i) All pennant games must be completed by 10.00pm. 7. LATE APPEARANCE (i) Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (ii) Refer Laws of the Sport of Bowls - Domestic Regulations. 8. PLAYER RESTRICTIONS (i) Each side is restricted to having no more than two (2) players from the 1st Division Tuesday Premier Pennant League and 1st Division White Pennant teams (One (1) player per team). (ii) Players who are members of a Tuesday Premier League and 1st Division White Pennant Side cannot act as a Skipper in Friday Night Pennant Competition, however they are encouraged to stand at the head and assist the Director of the head. (iii) Coaches and/or experienced players not taking part in the game are encouraged to assist. Refer to the Laws of The Sport regarding coaching. 9. SCORING Points shall be awarded as follows: 2 Teams a Side

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2 points

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1 point each

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WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 10. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS (i) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixture to: ► Input the final scores into the Bowls Link website by 6.30pm on the Saturday after the game. ► To align the home rinks to correspond with their direct rink opponents. ►To input the correct rink scores against each rink skipper. ► There is no requirement for the Home Side to forward the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. ► The Home Side is responsible for holding onto the Pennant Result Sheet in case final results need to be confirmed at a later date (ii) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Away Team’ in the fixture to check results in the Bowls Link website are correct. Penalty: Fine The Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to correct obvious transposed errors or errors in additions on the Pennant Result Sheet 11. PENNANT FINALS 11.1 Determining a Winner (i) Colour Winners shall be decided by the points gained by each side. (ii) In the event of two or more sides having the same number of points, the following shall apply: a. The order shall be determined by the shots for divided by the shots against; and b. then if equal order shall be determined by the difference in shots for and against. (iii) Colour Winners shall play Finals to determine the Pennant winner. (iv) Aggregate score in these games shall determine the winning side. 11.2 Draw The Colour winners are ranked. 12.2.1 Four (4) Colours Semi Final Final

1v4

2v3

Winner 1 v 4

Winner 2 v 3

12.2.2 Three (3) Colours (i) The club with the highest points will be granted direct entry to the Grand Final and the remaining two (2) clubs will play off to determine who will make it to the Grand Final. 12.2.3 Two (2) Colours (i) The two (2) clubs will play in the Grand Final. 12.2.4 One (1) Colour (i) The club finishing on top of the ladder will play the club finishing second on the ladder in the Grand Final. In the event of there being more than four colours in the competition, the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events committee shall determine the pennant final format. 12. PENNANT FINALS ABANDONMENT In the event of one or more pennant finals being abandonded the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to alter the format or structure or determine a result for affected finals. However it is not envisaged for finals to be extended beyond the scheduled playing dates. 13. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION Promotions and relegations do not apply for this competition.

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WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 14. PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 14.1 General Abandonment (i) A General Abandonment will only be made in extreme conditions due to the start time of Women’s Friday Night Pennant. If a General Abandonment is required notification will be on the Bowls WA website only at 10.00am on the Friday morning of the fixtures. 14.2 Individual Club Abandonment/Interrupted Games (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play 8.2.2 (ii) Any game not commenced by 8.00pm, shall be treated as abandoned in accordance with Metropolitan Pennants General Conditions of Play. (iii) If play is still in progress at 10.00pm, all ends in play shall be completed. (iv) A count of completed ends should be made to determine if the required number of ends to constitute a game have been completed. Refer to Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. 15. HOSTING VENUE Each hosting venue shall be responsible for providing: (i) Greens under lights. (ii) Supper for all players. Team Managers are required to pay to the Hosting Venue, on behalf of each player, an inclusive fee for supper and green fees to be determined annually by the Fixtures and Events Committee.

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BOWLS WA MAJOR EVENTS 2021-22 National

BPL Cup State Finals, Oct 3, South Perth WA Australian Indoor Championships, December 6-9, Tweed Heads NSW Bowls Premier League #14 Nov 8-12, Pine Rivers QLD Bowls Premier League #15 Feb 21-25, Moama NSW Australian Masters Games, April 22-30, Dudley Park WA Australian Champion of Champions Singles April 23-24, Broadbeach QLD Australian Championships, April 26-29, Broadbeach QLD Australian Open June 11-24, Gold Coast Qld Australian Indoor Championships, August 16-19, Tweed Heads NSW

State

Dyenamic Men’s and Women’s State Fours Oct 23,24 & 31 Dyenamic Women’s State Pairs Dec 15-17 Dyenamic Men’s State Pairs Dec 27-30 Men’s 2nd Division and Under Triples Jan 2-3, Osborne Park Dyenamic Men’s and Women’s State Singles: Jan 16, 22 & 23 Men’s Country Allstars v Metropolitan March 3 AFGRI Men’s Country Week March 4 - March 11 Women’s Country v Metro Challenge March 20 AFGRI Women’s Country Week March 21-27 Women’s 100up Singles March 29-31 Dyenamic Men’s and Women’s State Triples April 9-11 All Abilities Championships (Deaf, Vision, Intellectual, Physical) April 9-10, Kardinya Men’s 2nd Division and Under Singles and Pairs April 16-18, Osborne Park Women’s Inter Region Round Robin April 30-May 1, Warwick Henselite Men’s & Women’s Champion of Club Champion Novice Singles April 23-24 Bowling Arm State Championships May 2-3, Warnbro Dyenamic State Mixed Pairs May 7-8 Henselite Men’s & Women’s Champion of Club Champion Singles May 14-15 Australian Indoor Singles Qualifying; Men & Women May 28-29 Under 18 State Championships, to be advised

Over 60’s

Men’s Over 60’s State Pairs Nov 8-10 Women’s Over 60’s State Pairs Nov 10-12 Men’s Over 60’s State Triples Nov 29- Dec 1 Women’s Over 60’s State Triples Dec 1-3 Men’s Over 60’s State Singles Feb 21-23 Women’s Over 60’s State Singles Feb 23-25 SRCWA Mixed Over 60’s State Pairs April 5-7

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BOWLS WA MAJOR EVENTS 2021-22 Country Inter League and Inter Zone Events

Women’s Inter League Round Robin Pairs South West Nov 17-18 Yunderup Women’s Inter League Round Robin Pairs Northern Nov 19-21 Wonthella Women’s Inter League Round Robin Pairs Eastern Nov 20-21 Quairading Women’s Inter League Round Robin Pairs Southern Nov 20-21 Kulin Women’s Inter League Round Robin Fours South West Dec 8-9 Pinjarra Men’s Inter League Round Robin Fours Northern Jan 7-9 Denison Men’s Inter League Round Robin Fours Southern Jan 7-9 Kulin Men’s Inter League Round Robin Fours Eastern Jan 8-9 York Men’s Inter League Round Robin Fours South West Jan 8-9 Busselton Women’s Inter League Round Robin Fours Southern Jan 28-30 Katanning Women’s Inter League Round Robin Fours Eastern Feb 5-6 Merredin Men’s Inter Zone Round Robin Fours Feb 5-6 Busselton Women’s Inter Zone Round Robin Pairs Feb 19-20 Emu Point Women’s Inter League Round Robin Fours Northern Feb 25-27 Dalwallinu Women’s Inter Zone Round Robin Fours March 12-13 Denison

Masters Events

Sorrento Mixed Masters Fours September 26 & 27 Stirling Mixed Masters Pairs Oct 1-3 Bassendean Men’s Master Triples November 21 & 28 North Beach Women’s Master Pairs Dec 10-12 Doubleview Men’s Master Pairs Feb 6, 13-15 Mosman Park Women’s Master Singles Feb 11-13 Osborne Park Women’s Master Triples Women’s April 23-24 Mt Lawley Men’s Master Singles May 21-22

Prestigious and Other Events

The Everest $100,000 Dudley Park Apr 14-18 Bowls WA Community Shield May 1 Internations Bowls Carnival April 30 - May 1 Bowls WA Awards Night May 27

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METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS

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ARMADALE District Bowling Club 8 Millman Way Armadale WA 6112 Postal: PO Box 40 Armadale WA 6992 Ph: 9497 1381 Email: armadalebowlingclub@bigpond.com Web: www.armadalebowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Richard Sallows - 9497 3981 President: Dean Black - 9497 3981 Mens Bowls: Brian Davis - 9497 3981 Womens Bowls: Sharleen Holt - 9497 3981 Umpire’s Contact: Robbie Gould - 9497 3981 Club Coach Contact: Graham Sampson - 9497 3981

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BASSENDEAN Bowling Club 10 Whitfield Street Bassendean WA 6054 Postal: PO Box 444 Bassendean WA 6934 Ph: 9279 1949 Email: admin@bassendeanbc.com.au Web: www.bassendeanbc.com.au Secretary: David Snelgar - 0413 183 932 President: Linton Pike - 0403 191 924 Mens Bowls: Gino Falcetta - 0401 505 988 Womens Bowls: Fran Connell - 9279 6365 Umpire’s Contact: David Killsch von Horn - 0417 185 838 Club Coach: Simon Alden - 0414 585 290 BAYSWATER Bowling Club 58 Murray Street Bayswater WA 6053 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9271 4515 Email: admin@bbrcwa.com Web: www.bayswater.bowls.com.au Secretary: Neil Woodbridge - Contact Club President: Mark Cameron - Contact Club Mens Bowls: Kevin Thorpe - Contact Club Women’s Bowls: Paye Hoad - Contact Club BEDFORD Bowling Club 145 Grand Promenade Bedford WA 6052 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9370 2454 Email: bedfbowl@bigpond.com Secretary: David Watson - 0400 443 394 President: Neil Dwyer - 0411 724 860 Mens Bowls: Alan Higgins - 0467 603 798 Womens Bowls: Margaret Sitko 0424 073 022 Umpires Contact: Alan Higgins - As Above

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BELMONT City Bowling Club 400 Abernethy Road (Cnr Leane Street ) Cloverdale WA 6105 Postal: PO Box 326 Cloverdale WA 6984 Phone: Contact Secretary Email: belmontcitybowling@bigpond.com Web:: www.belmontcitybowling.com.au Secretary: Glenys Godfrey - 0428 800 196 President: Stephen Hopkins - 0435 936 022 Mens Bowls: Peter Woods - 0427 543 071 Womens Bowls: Susan Mitchell - 0437 766 046 Umpire’s Contact: Trevor Metcalf 0418 259 056 BULLCREEK AFA Bowling Club RAAFA Estate 2 Bullcreek Drive Bullcreek WA 6149 Postal: AS ABOVE Phone: 9311 4465 Email: bullcreekafa@gmail.com Web: bullcreekafa.bowls.com.au Secretary: Kathleen Hancock - 9311 4465 President: Pat Love - 0418 929 688 Mens Bowls: Angus Watson - 9311 4465 Womens Bowls: Margaret Thorson - 9311 4241 Umpire’s Contact: Gus Watson - As Above Club Coach Contact: bullcreekafa@gmail.com BULLSBROOK Bowling Club Inc Pickett Park Chittering Road Bullsbrook WA 6084 Postal: PO Box 105 Bullsbrook WA 6084 Ph: 0451 215 732 Email: secretary2bbc@gmail.com Website: www.bullsbrook.bowls.com.au Secretary: George Peddey 0451 215 732 President: Barry Bettens 0417 995 393 Mens Bowls: George Peddey 0451 215 732 Womens Bowls: George Peddey 0451 215 732 Club Coach: Barry Bettens 0417 995 393 BYFORD Bowling Club 88 Linton Street North, Byford WA 6122 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9525 1276 Email: byfordbowlingclub1@bigpond.com Secretary: Peter Vanderburgh - 0417 864 594 President: Alan Walters - 0407 971 223 Mens Bowls: Ken Monkhouse - 0488 587 828 Womens Bowls: Lauris Gibb - 9525 1021 Umpires Contact: Peter Vanderburgh- As Above Club Coach: Les Harris - 0421 974 123

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CAMBRIDGE Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) 39 Chandler Ave West, Floreat WA 6014 Postal: PO Box 80 Floreat WA 6014 Ph: 0409 889 362 Email: bowlssecretary@outlook.com Web: www.cambridgebowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Robert Gauntlett - 0438 256 435 President: Geoff Jones - 0417 927 820 Mens Bowls: Steven Rushforth - 0439 868 630 Womens Bowls: Maryann Hart - 0407 450 462 Umpire’s Contact: Stephen Buckley - 0435 624 479 Club Coach Contact: Nick Lewis - 0435 499 477

DALKEITH NEDLANDS Bowling Club 55 Jutland Parade Dalkeith WA 6009 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9386 3131 Email: dalned@bigpond.com Secretary: Sally Day - 0416 216 552 President: Alan Pitman - 0418 847 177 Mens Bowls: Peter Jeanes - 0411 024 779 Womens Bowls: Alison Tilt - 0409 290 673 Umpire Contact:: John Bridge - 0478 639 006 Club Coach Contact: Ross Donald 0429 114 350

CLAREMONT Recreation Club 64 Bayview Tce Claremont WA 6010 Postal: AS ABOVE Phone: 9384 0395 Email: claremontbowls@yahoo.com.au Web: www.claremontbowls.com.au Secretary: Christopher Litchfield - 9384 0395 President: Ian White - 0413 828 625 Mens Bowls: Ian White - As Above Womens Bowls: Christopher Litchfield - Above Umpire’s Contact Ian White - As Above Club Coach Contact: Ian White - As Above

DOUBLEVIEW Bowling Club 17 Shearn Crescent Doubleview WA 6018 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9446 4322 Email: dvbowl@bigpond.net.au Web: www.doubleview.bowls.com.au Secretary: David Cosgrove - 0412 624 312 President: Brad Pearce - 0460 798 220 Mens Bowls: Ryan Moyle - 0422 193 735 Womens Bowls: Annette D’Raine 0411 613 581 Umpire’s Contact: Ryan Moyle - As Above

COCKBURN Bowling & Recreation Club 40 Birchley Rd, Yangebup WA 6164 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 6498 9049 Email: bowls@cockburncrc.com.au Web: www.cockburncrc.com.au/bowls Manager: Marc Abonnel - 6498 9049 President: Brian Blagaich - 6498 9049 Mens Bowls: Ken Wylie 0439 111 779 Womens Bowls: Evelyn Wilson 0418 902 293 Umpire’s Contact Contact club Club Coach Contact: Contact club COMO Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) 99 Hensman Street South Perth WA 6151 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9367 3923 Email: comobowlsclub@hotmail.com Website: www.comobowlsclub.com.au Secretary: Maree Lupica - 0437 503 884 President: Terry Murphy - 0488 959 719 Mens Bowls: Sak Punyanitya - 0411 733 825 Womens Bowls: Maree Lupica - As Above Umpire’s Contact: Sak Punyanitya - As Above Club Coach Contact: Bruce Quartermaine - 0413 520 050

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EAST FREMANTLE Bowling Club Fletcher Street East Fremantle WA 6158 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9339 2489 Email: efbc@bigpond.com Web: www.efbc.net.au Secretary: Geoff Rennie - 0405 016 554 President: Peter Gibson - Contact Club Mens Bowls: Bruno Zarins - 0409 104 418 Womens Bowls: Lauraine Jasson 0409 957 758 Umpire’s Contact: Stuart Blackwood 0477 367 188 ELLENBROOK Bowls Club Inc Cnr Maffina Parade & Cashman Ave Ellenbrook WA 6069 Postal: PO Box 2130 Ellenbrook WA 6069 Ph: 6296 5580 Email: ellenbrookbowls@bigpond.com Secretary: Peter Walsh - 9297 4492 President: Ross Porteous - 0411 156 140 Mens Bowls: Joe Rollnik - 0448 835 735 Womens Bowls: Lynette Wall - 0448 272 306

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FORRESTFIELD & DISTRICT Bowling Club Cnr Hartfield & Morrison Roads Forrestfield WA 6058 Postal: PO Box 144 Forrestfield WA 6058 Ph: 9359 1148 Email: fdbc@live.com.au Secretary: Shelley Worth - 0449 000 440 President: Jeff Tillemans - 0409 294 376 Mens Bowls: Robert Goddard - 0145 844 739 Womens Bowls: Joan Christopher - 0435 001 082 Umpire’s Contact: Mark Vatri - ABOVE Club Coach Contact: Contact Club FREMANTLE Bowling Club 36 Ellen Street Fremantle WA 6160 Postal: PO Box 1234 Fremantle WA 6959 Ph: 9335 1659 Email: freolawnbowls@bigpond.com Web: www.fremantle.bowls.com.au Secretary: Andrew Hocken - 0414 252 877 President: Brian Ciccotosto - 0418 949 463 Mens Bowls: Keith Bowden - 0412 290 252 Womens Bowls: Chris Jackson - 0458 255 540 Club Coach Contact: Brian Jeppesen - 0428 578 388

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GLEN FORREST Bowling Club McGlew Road Glen Forrest WA 6071 Postal: PO Box 197 Glen Forrest WA 6071 Ph: Sport Club 9298 8343 or SEC Email: See SEC Email Secretary: Martin Gunn - 9298 9778 Email: marvalus@iinet.net.au Mens / Womens Bowls: Contact Club GOSNELLS Bowling Club Inc 2271 Albany Highway (Cnr Albany Hiighway & Dorothy Street) Gosnells WA 6110 Postal: PO Box 73 Gosnells WA 6990 Ph: 9398 2491 Email: secretary@gosnellsbc.com.au Web: www.gosnells.bowls.com.au Secretary: Merle Burn - 0408 765 729 President: Peter Charkiewicz - 0418 942 096 Mens Bowls: Grant Anderson - 0427 169 341 Womens Bowls: Laraine Cook - 0499 286 581 Umpire’s Contact: Merle Burn - 0408 765 729 Club Coach Contact: Tony Hockey - 9490 5251

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HILTON PARK Bowling & Rec Club (Inc) 64 Shepherd Street Beaconsfield WA 6162 Postal: PO Box 90 Hamilton Hill WA 6963 Ph: 9337 2897 Email: hpbowling@westnet.com.au Web: www.hiltonparkbowlingclub.com Secretary: Dorraine Stone - 9337 2897 President: Peter Stone - 9337 2897 Mens Bowls: Dave VanDeVen - 0412 089 790 Womens Bowls: Val Turner - 0448 190 713 HOLLYWOOD SUBIACO Bowling Club 42 Smyth Road Nedlands WA 6009 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9381 8941 Email: hsbc1@iinet.net.au Web: www.hollywoodbowling.com.au Secretary: Ray Fells - 0406 572 638 President: William Ford - 0411 479 454 Mens Bowls: Tony Byrne - 0418 941 594 Womens Bowls: Betsy Tapley - 0407 476 569 Umpire’s Contact: Tony Byrne - 0418 941 594 Club Coach Contact: Tony Byrne - 0418 941 594

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INGLEWOOD Bowling & Sports Club Cnr Woodsome & Stancliffe Street Mt Lawley WA 6050 Postal: PO Box 203 Dianella WA 6059 Ph: 0477 094 074 Email: sporties@tpg.com.au Secretary: Glenys Geary - 0407 446 745 President: Julie-Anne Moyle - 0457 842 583 Mens Bowls: George Tope - 0402 378 143 Womens Bowls: Juie-Anne Moyle - ABOVE Umpire’s Contact: David Pearce 0438 772 675 Club Coach Contact: Julie-Anne Moyle - ABOVE INNALOO Bowling Club 75 Birdwood Street Innaloo WA 6018 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9446 9076 Email: SEE SEC EMAIL Secretary: Anne Harris - 0412 227 860 Email: annietharris@optusnet.com.au President: Tom Yellow - 0467 353 917 Mens Bowls: Warwick Liddell - 0404 288 495 Womens Bowls: Hazel Yabuka - 9446 2342 Umpires Contact: Warwick Lidell - 0404 288 495 Club Coach Contact: Rick Dunn - 9445 1514 information correct as of September 15 2021


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JOONDALUP Bowling Club 6 Miami Beach Promenade Iluka WA 6028 Postal: PO Box 629 Joondalup DC WA 6919 Phone: 9304 1131 Email: secretary@joondalupbowls.com.au Web: www.joondalupbowls.com.au Secretary Patricia Cooper - 0433 070 878 President: Clive Raymond - 0414 602 782 Mens Bowls: Andrew Groves - 0417 186 780 Womens Bowls: Barbara Lord 0481 560 558 Umpire’s Contact: Clive Raymond - AS ABOVE Club Coach Contact: Geoff Stevenson 0429 046 697

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KALAMUNDA Bowling Club 18 Kalamunda Road Kalamunda WA 6076 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9293 4946 Email: admin@kalamundaclubinc.com Web: www.kalamundaclub.com Secretary: Vince Hughes - 0448 877 739 President: Sue Thomas - 9291 5210 Mens Bowls: Mark Thomas - 0422 964 876 Womens Bowls: Lillian Norwood - 0427 545 837 Umpire’s Contact: Mark Thomas - AS ABOVE Club Coach Contact: Michael Burgess - 0438 195 702 KARDINYA Bowling Club Morris Buzzacott Reserve Williamson Road Kardinya WA 6163 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9310 6107 Email: secretary@kardybowls.org.au Secretary: Trevor Gilbertson - 0423 358 265 President: Stephen Back - 0413 009 007 Mens Bowls: Darryl Flintoff - 0406 945 151 Womens Bowls: Roslyn Drane - 9337 7748 Umpires Contact: Darryl Flintoff - AS ABOVE KWINANA Bowling Club 1 Brownell Crescent Medina WA 6167 Postal: PO Box 66 Kwinana WA 6966 Ph: 9439 1810 Email: kwinanabc@westnet.com.au Secretary: Julie Walker - 9439 1810 President: Dean Penniment - 0456 904 001 Mens Bowls: Julie Walker - AS ABOVE Womens Bowls: Sue Reid - 0415 661 247 Umpire’s Contact: Rob Farley - 0417 974 143 Club Coach Contact: Colin Jarrett - 9419 4295 information correct as of September 15 2021

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LAKE MONGER Bowling Club 144 Gregory Street Wembley WA 6014 Postal: PO Box 137 Wembley WA 6913 Ph: 9387 2636 Email: lmrc144@bigpond.com Web: www.lmrc.com.au Secretary: Christine Hill - 0417 936 476 President: Robert Moseley - 0403 909 331 Mens Bowls: Peter Hill - 0417 936 425 Umpire’s Contact: Peter Hill - 0417 936 425 LEEMING Bowling Club Dimond Court Leeming WA 6149 Postal: As Above Ph: 9310 5400 Email: leemingbc@iinet.net.au Web: www.leemingbc.com.au Secretary: Christine Bolt - 0429 493 440 President: Jim Newton - 0416 650 976 Mens Bowls: Steve Dobie - 0403 958 075 Womens Bowls: Sue Watkins - 0416 176 187 Umpire’s Contact: Alan Andersson 0434 561 152 Club Coach Contact: Jim Newton - AS ABOVE

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MANNING MEMORIAL Bowling Club Inc 1590 Challenger Ave Manning WA 6152 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9450 4998 Email: manningeagles@bigpond.com Web: www.manningeagles.com Secretary: Pat Rapley - 9450 4998 President: Greg Hogg - 0428 188 114 Mens Bowls: Phil Herbert - 0427 465 125 Womens Bowls: Laura Merz - 0422 750 199 Umpire’s Contact: Sue Hogg - 0459 121 249 Club Coach Contact: Alan Booth 0431 588 304

MAYLANDS Bowling Club 50 Clarkson Road Maylands WA 6051 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Greg McLeod - 0407 483 576 Email: g.mcleod@iinet.net.au President: Graeme Jacques - 0417 925 552 Mens Bowls: Graeme Jacques - AS ABOVE Womens Bowls: Dot Oliver - 9271 0616 Umpires/Club Coact Contact: Graeme Jacques HANDBOOK 2021 - 2022

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METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS MELVILLE Bowling Club 592 Canning Highway Alfred Cove WA 6154 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9330 3370 Email: admin.mbcinc@iinet.net.au Web: melvillebowlingandrecreationclub.com.au Secretary: Pauline Curran 9330 3370 President: Tim Smith 0408 923 716 Mens Bowls: Gerry Crolla 93330 3370 Womens Bowls: Bev Schupelius 9330 3370 Umpire’s Contact: Alan Keating 9330 3370 Club Coach Contact: Paul Youngman 9330 3370

MOSMAN PARK Bowling Club 39 Bayview Terrace Mosman Park WA 6012 Postal: PO Box 206 Mosman Park WA 6912 Ph: 9384 7951 Email: info@mossies.com.au Web: www.mossies.com.au Secretary: Lisa Featherby - Club President: Ian Lilly - Club Mens Bowls: Paul Norton - Club Womens Bowls: Del Adams - Club Umpire’s Contact: Vicki Eva - Club Club Coach Contact: Peter Collins - Club

MERRIWA AFA Bowling Club RAAFA Estate 19 Hughie Edwards Drive Merriwa WA 6030 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9400 3643 Email: secretary@merriwabowls.com.au Web: www.merriwabowls.com.au Secretary: Elizabeth Jackson - 0490 249 025 President: Steve Appleton - 9304 4242 Mens Bowls: Graeme Winter - 0437 486 687 Womens Bowls: Lyn Sibson - 0438 875 148 Umpire’s Contact: Steve Appleton - AS ABOVE Club Coach Contact: Elizabeth Jackson - AS ABOVE

MT LAWLEY Bowling Club Cnr Rookwood & Storthes Street Mt Lawley WA 6050 Postal: PO Box 149 Mt Lawley WA 6929 Ph: 9370 5070 Email: info@mlbc.org.au Web: www.mlbc.org.au Secretary: Neil McAullay - 0408 883 008 Email: secretary@mlbc.org.au President: Terry Conley - 0419 919 627 Mens Bowls: Anthony Einfeld - 0401 226 929 Womens Bowls: Bethany Veitch - 0417 939 626 Umpire’s Contact: Hilton Dembo - 0403 547 395 Club Coach: Harry Porrins - 0451 284 043

MIDLAND MORRISON Bowling Club 45 Patterson Drive Middle Swan WA 6056 Postal: PO Box 392 Midland DC WA 6936 Phone: 9250 3147 Email: mmbowling0@bigpond.com.au Secretary: TBA President: Kenneth Rowe - 0409 484 039 Mens Bowls: Phil Stieger - 0400 068 169 Womens Bowls: Pam Munday - 0448 886 922 Umpire’s Contact: Jan Haskell - 0405 543 032

MT PLEASANT Bowling Club 40 Bedford Road Ardross WA 6153 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9364 4662 Email: secretary@mtpbc.org.au Web: www.mtpbc.org.au Secretary: Elizabeth Cook - 9364 6025 President: Robert Cook - 0448 191 500 Mens Bowls: Arthur Peters - 0417 173 174 Womens Bowls: Contact Club Umpires/Club Coach Contact: Arthur Peters

MORLEY Bowling Club 85 McGilvray Ave Noranda WA 6062 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9275 9712 Email: morleybowlingclub@gmail.com Web: www.morleybowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Kaye Hughes - 0421 541 775 President: Barry Driscoll - 0418 911 666 Mens Bowls: Keith Nazareth - 0411 453 065 Womens Bowls: Kerry Godden - 0438 944 866 Umpires Contact: Keith Nazareth - AS ABOVE Club Coach Contact: Ken Perks - 0409 294 950

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MUNDARING Bowling Club 665 Coolgardie Street Mundaring WA 6073 Postal: Mundaring Sports Club, Bowls SectionPO Box 479 Mundaring WA 6073 Phone: 9295 1109 Email: secretary@mundaringsportingclub.com.au Web: www.mundaringsportingclub.com.au Secretary: Charmaine Locke - 0418 901 041 President: Lindsay Pickles - 0414 726 972 Mens Bowls: Terry Smith - 0405 712 014 Womens Bowls: Pauline Kingston 0407 198 835 Club Coach Contact: John Doncon - 9298 9809 information correct as of September 15 2021


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NOLLAMARA Bowling Club 11 Lemana Road Nollamara WA 6061 Postal: PO Box 149 Mirrabooka WA 6941 Ph: 9344 1974 Email: SEE SEC EMAIL Secretary: Robert Watterson - 0413 638 516 Email:: r_watterson@yahoo.com.au President: Stephen Roberts - 0412 461 703 Mens Bowls: Trevor Hooper - 0498 482 177 Womens Bowls: Susan Pollard - 0411 550 896 Umpire’s Contact: Kevin Murphy - 9349 0415 Club Coach Contact: Bob Crosby 0415 449 749 NORTH BEACH Bowling Club 7 Kitchener Street North Beach WA 6020 Postal: AS ABOVE Phone: 9447 3077 Email: secretary@nbbc.com.au Web: www.nbbc.com.au Secretary: Graeme Mackenzie - 0405 307 142 President: Gerry McKenna - 0413 943 570 Mens Bowls: Garry Booker - 0409 372 563 Womens Bowls:Glenda Cooper - 0418 944 051 NORTH PERTH Bowling Club 10 Farmer Street North Perth WA 6006 Postal: PO Box 654 North Perth WA 6906 Ph: 9444 5500 Email: northperthbowling@bigpond.com Web: www.npbowling.com,au Secretary: Paul Russell - 0407 982 528 President: Dick Camp - 0458 505 205 Mens Bowls: Terry Prendergast 0412 211 375 Umpire’s Contact: Dan Butler - 0455 919 540 Club Coach Contact: Mal Bennett 0419937175

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OSBORNE PARK Bowling Club 31 Park Street Tuart Hill WA 6060 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9349 1188 Email: admin@osborneparkbc.com Web: www.osborneparkbc.com Secretary: Helen Stevens - 9349 1188 President: Ian Gemmell - 9446 4025 Mens Bowls: Lionel Bell - 0428 970 720 Womens Bowls: Helen Stevens - 0417 092 676 Umpire’s Contact: Martin Swift - 9349 2777 Club Coach Contact: Peter Allan - 0448 484 792 information correct as of September 15 2021

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PERTH & TATTERSALLS Bowling & Rec Club (Inc) 2 Plain Street East Perth WA 6004 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 6261 4271 Email: manager@perthandtatts.com.au Web: www.perthandtatts.com.au Secretary: Contact CLUB President: Jason Godden - 0414 637 153 Mens Bowls: Jason Godden - AS ABOVE Womens Bowls: Lisa Smith PICKERING BROOK Bowling Club 35 Weston Road Pickering Brook WA 6076 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9293 8263 Email: pbscbowls@gmail.com Web: www.pickeringbrooksportsclub.org Secretary: Sylvia Van Groningen 0427 684 655 President: Phil Lockyer - 0419 965 278 Mens Bowls: Danny Altinier - 0439 971 761 Womens Bowls: Sylvia Van Groningen- AS ABOVE

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QUINNS ROCKS Bowling Club 17 Tapping Way Quinns Rocks WA 6030 Postal: PO Box 50 Quinns Rocks WA 6030 Ph: 9305 1242 Email: quinnsbowls@outlook.com Secretary: Lee-Anne Simm - 0421 547 355 President: John Berecz - 0451 830 001 Mens Bowls: Warren Fairjones - 0404 021 032 Womens Bowls: Margaret Stevens - 0405 820 892 Umpires Contact: Tim Park - 0408 954 215 Club Coach Contact: Shane Smith 0458 588 030

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ROCKINGHAM Bowling & Recreation Club Kent Street Rockingham WA 6168 Postal: PO Box 5241 Rockingham Beach WA 6969 Ph: 9527 1701 Email: rockybowls1@outlook.com Secretary: Kay Morgan - 0428 276 136 President : Raelene Ogilvie - 0407 656 499 Mens Bowls: Graham Roberts - 0419 156 135 Womens Bowls: Jenny Wilson - 0448 358 675 Umpire’s Contacts: Jenny Wilson - AS ABOVE Club Coach: Chris Tibbits - 0429 432 839 HANDBOOK 2021 - 2022

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METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS ROLEYSTONE Bowling Club 6 Wygonda Road Roleystone WA 6111 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9397 5665 Email: roleystonebowls@gmail.com Web: www.facebook.com/roleystoneclub Secretary: Scott Mosey - 0401 637 716 President: Michael Hansen - Club or Sec. Mens Bowls: Graham Fuller - 0407 778 593 Womens Bowls: Graham Fuller - AS ABOVE Umpires Contact: Graham Matthews - 0428 814 835 Club Coach Contact: Mark Nuttall - 0411 619 812 ROSSMOYNE Bowling Club (Inc) 35 Tuscan Street Rossmoyne WA 6148 Postal: PO Box 2048 Rossmoyne WA 6148 Ph: 9457 2497 Email: rossmoynebowlingclub@gmail.com Web: www.rossmoynebc.org.au Secretary: Peter Chappell - 0418 928 709 President: Alastair Currie - 0447 976 080 Mens Bowls: Rawley Lang - 0427 661 014 Womens Bowls: Lynda White - 0434 570 470 Umpire’s Contact: Orm Richardson 0447 710 470 Club Coach Contact: Alan Petchell 0412 218 764

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BOWLS SAFETY BAY (Inc) 130 Gloucester Crescent Shoalwater WA 6169 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9527 2331 Email: office@bowlssafetybay.com.au Web: www.bowlssafetybay.com.au Secretary: Daphne Stanley - 0448 887 408 President: Paul Imrie 0499 775 889 Mens Bowls: Robert Stanley 0438 881 088 Womens Bowls: Vanessa Cooke 0437 768 885 Umpires Contact: Vanessa Cooke 0437 768 885 Club Coach Contact: Coralie Shattock: 9527 2331 SCARBOROUGH Bowling Club (Inc) 75 Deanmore Road Scarborough WA 6019 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 0413 492 265 Email: sscbowls@outlook.com Secretary: Jackie Furby - 9245 8860 President: Deborah Watson - 0413 492 265 Mens Bowls: Rodney Pendleton 0422 134 447 Womens Bowls: Deborah Watson - AS ABOVE

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SORRENTO Bowling Club (Inc) Percy Doyle Reserve 40 Warwick Road Duncraig WA 6023 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9447 0696 Email: mail@sorrentobowlingclub.com.au Web: www.sorrentobowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Pauline Marsden - 0411 023 037 President: John Abercrombie - 0417 951 358 Mens Bowls: Peter Flack - 0477 014 764 Womens Bowls: Cheryl Greig - 0439 503 731 Umpire’s Contact: Jim Ironside - 9447 4095 Club Coach Contact: Brian Clausen - 0417 977 240 SOUTH PERTH Bowling Club 2 Mends Street South Perth WA 6151 Postal: PO Box 227 South Perth WA 6951 Ph: 9367 2784 Email: spbc@bigpond.net.au Web: www.spbc.com.au Secretary: Mitch Biglin 0407 052 985 President: Gregory Reagan 0409 080 301 Men’s Bowls: Ryan Havercroft 0402 228 606 Women’s Bowls: Sandra Hemphill 0439 087 024 Umpires Contact: Ryan Havercroft 0402 228 606 Club Coach Contact: David Mortley 0415 107 784 SPEARWOOD Bowling Club 2 Azelia Road Spearwood WA 6163 Postal: PO Box 174 Hamilton Hill WA 6963 Ph: 9418 1021 Email: SEE SEC EMAIL Secretary: Ian McNeill - 0407 086 387 Email: ibamac@iinet.net.au President: Ivan Perica - 0414 402 605 Mens Bowls: Ivan Perica - AS ABOVE Umpires Contact: Ivan Perica - AS ABOVE Club Coach Contact - Ivan Perica - AS ABOVE STIRLING Bowling Club 78 Jones Street Stirling WA 6021 Postal: As Above Ph: 9349 9099 Email: club@stirlingadriaticandbowling.com.au Web: www.stirlingadriaticandbowling.com.au Secretary: Arthur Adamos - 0429 663 241 President: Zoran Bahtic - 0401 515 881 Mens Bowls: Aaron Kriletich - 0416 968 771 Women’s Bowls: Aaron Kriletich - 0416 968 771 Umpires Contact: Jadran Cetinic - 0433 182 444 Club Coach Contact: Mick Marovic - 0418 947 271 information correct as of September 15 2021


METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS SWAN BOWLING CLUB (Inc) 41 James Street (Cnr Attfield & James Streets) Guildford WA 6055 Postal: AS ABOVE Phone: 9377 1041 Email: swanbowlingclub@bigpond.com.au Secretary: Jillian Bacon - 0402 488 069 President: Geoff Malaspina - 0458 880 851 Club Captain:Shane Anning - 0406 989 586 Umpire’s Contact: Terry Keating - 0418 938 212

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THORNLIE Bowling Club Inc 6 Ravenhill Road Thornlie WA 6108 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9459 9414 Email: thornliebowlingclub@westnet.com.au Web:thornliebowlsclub.clubs.bowlslink.com.au Secretary: Arthur Tunnicliffe - Club President: Trevor Drummond - Club Mens Bowls: Ted Daines - Club Womens Bowls: Linda Mayers - Club

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VICTORIA PARK CARLISLE Bowling Club 18 Kent Street, East Victoria Park WA 6101 Postal: PO Box 1036 East Victoria Park WA 6981 Ph: 9470 3100 Email: secretary@vicparkbowls.com.au Web: vicparkbowls.com.au Secretary: Carol Lee - 0417 703 704 President: Henry Lim - 0407 947 484 Mens Bowls: Laurie Kelly - 0418 927 898 Womens Bowls: Faye Kelly - 0418 916 583 Umpires Contact: Natalie Gunn - 0412 728 277 Club Coach Contact: Phil Long - 0403 047 238

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WANNEROO Bowling Club 22 Crisafulli Ave Wanneroo WA 6065 Postal: PO Box 505 Wanneroo WA 6946 Ph: 9405 1152 Email: office@wanneroossc.com Web: www.wanneroossc.com.au Secretary: Gary Scorer - 0412 447 334 President: Brian McMurdo - 0402 081 857 Mens Bowls: Mick Harper - 0414 168 804 Womens Bowls: Ronnie Anderson 0408 473 420 Umpire’s Contact: Bill Cowan - 0438 427 927 Club Coach Contact: Brian McMurdo - AS ABOVE

information correct as of September 15 2021

WARNBRO Bowling Club 38 Okehampton Road Warnbro WA 6169 Postal: PO Box 8009 Warnbro WA 6169 Ph: 9593 3022 Email: secretary@warnbrobowlingclub.com.au Web: www.warnbrobowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Ron Abrahams - 0419 909 238 President: Ted Lutey - 0407 982 051 Mens Bowls: Dennis Pattullo - 0417 940 215 Women’ Bowls: Elaine Meehan - 0419 855 485 Club Coach Contact: David Gilroy - 0409 964 586 WARWICK Bowling Club 66 Lloyd Drive Warwick WA 6024 Postal: PO Box 2136 Warwick WA 6024 Ph: 9343 6017 Email: warwick.bowls@bigpond.com.au Web: www.warwickbowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Jim O’Connell - 0421 603 749 President: Dennis Hahnel - 0437 900 105 Mens Bowls: Max Chapman - 9447 0476 Womens Bowls: Angela Loran - 0400 745 987 Umpire’s Contact: Dave Barker - 0427 041 747 Club Coach Contact: Richard Booker - 9343 6178 WILLETTON Bowling Club Burrendah Boulevard Willetton WA 6155 Postal: PO Box 727 Willetton WA 6955 Ph: 0427 086 633 Email: secretary@willettonbowlingclub.com.au Web: www.willetton.bowls.com.au Secretary: Sue Bartels - 0427 086 633 President: Ricki Phillips - 0429 425 173 Mens Bowls: Mick Phillips - 0419 930 648 Womens Bowls: Mandy Heiner - 0415 340 692 Umpire’s Contact: Peter Barnett - 0439 943 351 Club Coach Contact: Margie McLeish - 0400 175 072

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YANCHEP Bowling Club 81 Yanchep Beach Road Yanchep WA 6035 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9561 1196 Email: See Below yanchepsportsclub@yanchepsportsclub.com.au Secretary: Debra Hyde - 0435 005 979 Email: deb.hyde@yanchepsportsclub.com.au President: Leon Smith - 0427 055 990 Mens Bowls: Dave Hitchman - 0457 126 561 Womens Bowls: Vee Dawes - 0428 280 339 Umpire’s Contact: Joe Dryden - 0409 295 493 Club Coach Contact: Jeremy Thomas - 0449 953 522 HANDBOOK 2021 - 2022

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METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS YOKINE DISTRICTS Bowling Club 10 Wordsworth Ave Yokine WA 6060 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 0401 420 463 Email: yokinedistrictsbowlingclub@gmail.com Web: www.yokine.bowls.com.au Secretary: Marion Jarvis - 0409 297 045 President: John McGrath - 0406 753 327 Mens Bowls: Shane Shaw - 0412 918 596 Womens Bowls: Pat Crookes - 0481 061 889 Umpire’s Contact: Joel Nathan - 0418 914 667 Club Coach Contact: Julian Kaplan - 0423 187 877

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COUNTRY ZONE CONTACTS EASTERN BOWLING ZONE Leagues within the Zone: Avon Valley, Central Wheatbelt, East Avon, Unified Goldfields, South Eastern ZONE EMAIL: ladieseasternzone@gmail.com President: Des Miguel Mob: 0417 986 601 Email: farmer@wn.com.au Vice President: Barb English Mob: 0456 293 353 Email: beenglish@hotmail.com Secretary: Di Maddock Mob: 0408 444 484 Email: dandanning@bigpond.com Assistant Secretary: Darrel Hudson Mob: 0428 311 063 Email: yleena2@bigpond.com Country Committee Member: Des Miguel Mob: 0417 986 601 Email: farmer@wn.net.au Country Committee Member: Jenni Bunce Ph: 0429 208 175 Email: jtbunce@bigpond.com

NORTHERN BOWLING ZONE Leagues within the Zone: Batavia, Central Midlands, Central West Coastal, Moore District, North Midlands President: Dennis Stokes Mob: 0428 558 022 Email: dennis.stokes@bigpond.com.au Vice President: Sandra Trenowden Mob: 0417 178 592 Email: strenowden@bigpond.com Secretary: Ian Davies Mob: 0428 944 881 Email: cliffy@wn.com.au Assistant Secretary: Chris Lewis Mob: 0409 116 296 Email: chrisnray02@bigpond.com Country Committee Member:Sandra Trenowden Mob: 0417 178 592 Email: strenowden@bigpond.com Country Committee Member: Norm Skoglund Mob: 0408 954 660 Email: normskoglund@gmail.com

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COUNTRY ZONE CONTACTS SOUTHERN BOWLING ZONE Leagues within the Zone: Central Stirling, Great Southern, Lower Great Southern, South Central Arunga, South East Coastal, Upper Great Southern. ZONE EMAIL: southernbowlingzone1819@gmail.com President: Mark Hook Mob: 0429 207 855 Email: mjhook@mail.com Vice President: Robyn Narducci Mob: 0427 997 573 Email: rnarducci@wn.com.au Secretary: Greg Carter Mob: 0427 878 614 Email: southernbowlingzone1819@gmail.com Assistant Secretary: Eileen McCahon Mob: 0429 009 708 Email: eileenvmc@outlook.com Country Committee Member: Jill Fotheringhame Mob: 0428 895 054 Email: jfothers@esat.net.au

SOUTH WESTERN BOWLING ZONE Leagues within the Zone: Blackwood, Leeuwin, Murray District, South West President: Bob Plater Mob: 0418 906 933 Email: bob.plater47@gmail.com Vice President: Anne Whyatt Mob: 0411 495 505 Email: annewhyatt53@yahoo.com.au Secretary: Not listed Assistant Secretary: Not Listed Country Committee Member: Bob Plater Mob: 0418 906 933 Email: bob.plater47@gmail.com Country Committee Member: Anne Whyatt Mob: 0411 495 505 Email: annewhyatt53@yahoo.com.au

Country Committee Member: Greg Carter Mob: 0427 878 614 Email: cartermac@bigpond.com

information correct as of September 15 2021

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COUNTRY LEAGUE CONTACTS

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AVON VALLEY Bowling League Clubs within the League: Beverley, Bolgart, Dowerin, Goomalling, Meckering, Northam, Toodyay, York President: Darrel Hudson Phone: 0428 311 063 Email: yleena2@bigpond.com Secretary: Diane Hudson Phone: 0427 311 062 Email: yleena2@bigpond.com Men’s Bowls:

Darrel Hudson - As Above

Women’s Bowls: Diane Hudson - As Above

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BATAVIA Bowling League Clubs within the League: Denison, Geraldton, Mullewa, Northampton, Wonthella LEAGUE EMAILS Men - bbleague.sec@gmail.com Women bataviabowlingleagueladies@gmail.com President: Brad King Mob: 0429 911 504 Email: bbleague.sec@gmail.com Secretary: Terry Koltasz Mob: 0437 626 425 Email: bbleague.sec@gmail.com Men’s Bowls:

Not Listed

BLACKWOOD Bowling League Clubs within the League: Balingup, Boyup Brook, Bridgetown, Donnybrook, Manjimup, Pemberton President: Murray Waters Phone: 9761 1543 Email: swat6@westnet.com.au Secretary: Julie Davison Phone: 9799 0270 Email: juliebluegirl@hotmail.com Men’s Bowlls: Murray Waters Ph / Email: AS ABOVE Women’s Bowls: Lynette Ryan Phone: 9771 1506 Email: lynjohnryan@bigpond.com Umpire Coordinator: Kevin Porch Phone: 9771 8202 Email: ekph@westnet.com.au

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CENTRAL MIDLANDS Bowling League Clubs within the League: Ballidu, Dalwallinu, Kalannie, Moora, Wongan Hills President: Karen Lehmann Ph: 0428 741 287 Email: amyvale@outlook.com Secretary: Vicki Quinlan Mob: 0448 554 937 Email: mvquinlan1@bigpond.com Men’s Bowls: Not Listed Women’s Bowls: Not Listed

Women’s Bowls: Audrey Williamson Mob: 0418 917 711 Email: aewilliamson@node1.com.au Umpire Coordinator -LADIES- Elaine Barnetson Email - ebarnets@bigpond.net.au Umpire Coordinator - MENS - Ian Thomas Email - ithommo@westnet.com.au

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COUNTRY LEAGUE CONTACTS CENTRAL STIRLING Bowling League Clubs within the League: Borden, Broomehill, Gnowangerup, Jerramungup, Nyabing, Ongerup, Tambellup

CENTRAL WHEATBELT Bowling League Clubs within the League: Beacon, Bencubbin, Koorda, Mukinbudin, Nungarin, Trayning, Wyalkatchem

President: Rod Moir Mob: 9828 1039 Email: moirnomineeswa@westnet.com.au

President: Matthew Cooke Mob: 0429 821 035 Email: wallambinpark@bbnet.com.au

Secretary: Belinda Hankinson Mob: 0428 251 065 Email: belhank@hotmail.com

Secretary: Carlo Lipari Mob: 0408 927 839 Email: lipari1059@gmail.com

Men’s Bowls: Rod Moir - As Above Women’s Bowls: Belinda Hankinson - Above Umpire Co-ordinator: Kevin Heberle Mob: 0488 271 269 Email: kevinheberle@live.com.au CENTRAL WEST COASTAL Bowling League Clubs within the League: Badgingarra, Cervantes, Dandaragan, Jurien, Leeman LEAGUE EMAIL cwcbl.secretary@outook.com President: Ian James Mob: 0407 070 214 Email: ian.james@westnet.com.au Secretary: Ian Davies Mob: 0428 944 881 Email: cwcbl.secretary@outlook.com

Men’s Bowls: Carlo Lipari Mob/Email: AS ABOVE Women’s Bowls: Fran Boyne Ph: 0427 084 300 Email: adrook@outlook.com

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EAST AVON Bowling League Clubs within the League: Cunderdin, Doodlakine, Kellerberrin, Quairading, Shackleton, Tammin President: Maurice Crameri Mob: 0417 945 449 Email: shamorecram@wn.com.au Secretary: Vicki Quinn Mob: 0429 637 105 Email: r.vquinns@bigpond.com

Men’s Bowls: Alan Carlton Mob:: 0428 484 040 Email: cwcbl.secretary@outlook.com

Men’s Bowls: Maurice Crameri - As Above

Women’s Bowls: Irene Stokes Mob:: 0427 558 022 Email: cwcbl.secretary@outlook.com

Umpire Coordinator: Trevor Cosgrove Mob: 0429 906 411 Email: trevorcosgrove@outlook.com

information correct as of September 15 2021

Women’s Bowls: Vicki Quinn - As Above

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GOLDFIELDS UNIFIED Bowling League Clubs within the League: Boulder, Kalgoorlie President: David Dean Mob: 0417 876 611 Email: daviddean4@bigpond.com Men’s Secretary : Paul Gunner Mob: 0407 779 120 Email: guns11@bigpond.com Address: PO Box 900 Kalgoorlie WA 6430 Ladies Secretary : Pauline Rolton Email: rayrolton@westnet.com.au Mob: 0427 442 294 Men’s Bowls:

David Dean - AS ABOVE

Women’s Bowls: Lynne Grace - 0400 058 285 Umpire Coordinator: John Gittings Mob: 0438 564 205 Coaching Rep: Not Listed GREAT SOUTHERN Bowling League Clubs within the League: Darkan, Dumbleyung, Katanning, Kojonup, Moodiarrup, Wagin League Email: greatsouthernbowlingleague@gmail.com President: Brian Roderick Mob: 0427 081 265 Email: dceo@wagin.wa.gov.au Secretary: Jenny Hosking Mob: 0499 355 319 Email: greatsouthernbowlingleague@gmail.com Men’s Bowls: David Hill Mob: 0439 981 548 Email: dave_sandra@optusnet.com Women’s Bowls: Bronwyn Hegarty Mob: 0427 042 030 Email: admin@waginearthmoving.com Umpire Co-ordinator: Kevin Heberle Mob: 0488 271 269 Email: kevinheberle@live.com.au

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LEEUWIN Bowling League Clubs within the League: Augusta, Broadwater, Cowaramup, Dunsborough, Margaret River, Nannup President: Merv Mott Mob: 0427 642 021 Email: mdmott1@bigpond.com Secretary: Don Henderson Mob: 0400 653 734 Email: bundabilla1@bigpond.com Men’s Bowls: Don Henderson - As Above Women’s Bowls: Janice Hoover Phone: 9756 7471 Email: janice@hoover.net.au Umpire Coordinator: Yvonne Coffey Mob: 0456 822 449 Email: p.ycoffey@westnet.com.au Coaching Rep: Keith Simmonds Mob:: 0499 309 854 Email: keithandvicki@bigpond.com LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN Bowling League Clubs within the League: Albany, Cranbrook, Denmark, Emu Point, Frankland, Green Range, Middleton Beach, Mt Barker, Mt Barker Golf, Walpole League Email: lgsbl@outlook.com President: Fred Coombs Ph: 0431 962 097 Email: freddebcoombs@yahoo.com.au Secretary: Gillian Woodyard Mob: 0414 829 892 Email: lgsbl@outlook.com Men’s Bowls: Tony Henderson Mob: 0428 511 048 Email: tony_henderson769@yahoo.com.au Women’s Bowls: Linda Humphries Mob: 0428 351 014 Email: courtownmanor@gmail.com Umpire Coordinator: Linda Humphries AS ABOVE information correct as of September 15 2021


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MOORE DISTRICTS Bowling League Clubs within the League: Bindoon,Gingin, Guilderton, Lancelin, Ledge Point President: Dave Brisbane Mob: 0408 009 505 Email: dgbabrisbane@iinet.net.au Secretary: Winsome Kelly Mob: 0448 491 007 Email: david.kelly@activ8.net.au Men’s Bowls:

David Brisbane - Above

Women’s Bowls: Pat Williams Mob: 0417 096 876 Email: pjwilliams576@gmail.com Umpire Coordinator: Steve Beckwith Mob: 0436 027 487 Email: sbeckwith@icloud.com MURRAY DISTRICT Bowling League Clubs within the League: Boddington, Comet Bay, Dudley Park, Halls Head, Mandurah, Meadow Springs, Pinjarra, Port Bouvard, Waroona, Yarloop, Yunderup President: Terry Wright Mob: 0421 078 102 Email: mattiew52@yahoo.com.au Secretary: (MEN) Bob Jackson Ph: 0414 959 534 Email: bobandjenny16@bigpond.com Secretary: (WOMEN) - Marilyn Pollard Ph: 0438 311 946 Email: k.m.pollard@bigpond.com Men’s Bowls: Allan Grieves Ph: 0402 812 930 Email: allan@yunderupsportsclub.org.au Women’s Bowls: Irene Grout Ph: 0437 105 755 Email: irenegrout@bigpond.com

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NORTH MIDLANDS Bowling League Clubs within the League: Carnamah, Coorow, Latham, Mingenew, Morawa, Perenjori, Three Springs Email: northmidlandbowlingleague@gmail.com President: Glen Watson Mob: 0428 939 155 Email: northmidlandbowlingleague@gmail.com Secretary: Gavin Broun Mob: 0429 374 371 Email: northmidlandbowlingleague@gmail.com Men’s Bowls: Not LIsted - Contact League Women’s Bowls: Not Listed - Contact League

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PILBARA Bowling League Clubs within the League: Dampier, Exmouth, Karratha, South Hedland President: Mark Wainwright Mob: 0410 080 142 Email: bowlingpilbara@aol.com Secretary: Trish Howlett Mob: 0407 918 546 Email: bowlingpilbara@aol.com Men’s Bowls: Rick Monson Mob:: 0457 739 688 Email:: bowlingpilbara@aol.com Women’s Bowls: Delice Parker Mob:: 0402 501 245 Email: bowlingpilbara@aol.com Umpire Co-ordinator: Luke Malone Mob: 0406 072 619 Email: bowlingpilbara@aol.com

Umpire Coordinator: Adam Danes Mob: 0417 957 960 Email: adamdanes@icloud.com information correct as of September 15 2021

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SOUTH CENTRAL ARUNGA Bowling League Clubs within the League: Karlgarin,Kondinin, Kukerin, Kulin, Lake Grace, Newdegate President: Colin Henderer Mob: 0428 896 080 Email: cehenderer@hotmail.com Secretary: Heather Lockyer Mob: 0458 153 812 Email: heather@kondinin.wa.gov.au SOUTH EAST COASTAL Bowling League Clubs within the League: Condingup, Esperance, Hopetoun, Ravensthorpe, Scaddan

SOUTH EASTERN Bowling League Clubs within the League: BruceRock, Civic Merredin, Corrigin, Merredin, Narembeen, Westonia, Yilgarn Womens President: Norma Henderson Mob: 0402 364 440 Email: normalhenderson53@gmail.com Mens President: Mark Crees Mob: 0428 447 034 Womens Secretary: Debbie Heinrich Mob: 0448 307 776 Email: deb.heinrich1957@gmail.com Mens Secretary: Jamie Criddle Mob: 0427 467 063

President: Ted Young Mob: 0427 787 027 Email: ted@younghill.com.au

Umpire Coordinator: Anita Cowan Mob: 0409 882 243 Email: ajcowan@bigpond.com.au

Secretary: Dianne Chapman Mob: 0448 221 945 Email: diannechapman@westnet.com.au

Coaching Rep: Margaret Butler - As Above

Men’s Bowls: Ted Young - AS ABOVE Women’s Bowls: Rachel Young Mob: 0428 628 806 Email: rachel@younghill.com.au Umpire Coordinator: Coral Grant Mob: 0438 949 527 Email: coralangrant@bigpond.com

SOUTH WEST Bowling League Clubs within the League: Binningup, Boyanup, Brunswick, Bunbury, Busselton, Capel, Collie, Eaton, Harvey President: Peter Hodgson Mob: 0417 971 041 Email: thodgson@westnet.com.au Secretary: Laurie Blurton Mob: 0427 097 935 Email: blurts@bigpond.com Men’s Bowls: Stan Wood Mob: 0455 226 582 Email: sbwood100@bigpond.com Women’s Bowls: Luella Jenkins Mob: 0439 218 515 Email: luellajenkins@bigpond.com Umpire Coordinator: Elaine McDonald Mob: 0418 304 817 Email: emac47@bigpond.com

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UPPER GREAT SOUTHERN Bowling League Clubs within the League: Brookton, Lake Yealering, Narrogin, Pingelly, Wickepin, Williams President: Mark Hook Mob: 0429 207 855 Email: ceo@wickepin.wa.gov.au Secretary: Greg Carter Mob: 0427 878 614 Email: cartermac@bigpond.com Men’s Bowls: Greg Carter Phone: As Above Women’s Bowls: Shirley Morony Mob:: 0406 955 381 Email:: shironn@bigpond.com Umpire Coordinator: Laurence Rose Mob: 0438 858 048 Email: woolstation@hotmail.com.au

information correct as of September 15 2021

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ALBANY Bowling Club 1 Barrett Street Albany WA 6330 Postal: PO Box 140 Albany WA 6331 Ph: 9841 1837 Email: albanybowlingclub@bigpond.com Web: www.albanybowlingclub Secretary: Alan Barnett - 0438 205 858 President: Phillip Tomlinson - 0428 751 190 Mens Bowls: John Deegan - 0419 945 718 Womens Bowls: Mavis Devine - 0448 487 108 Umpires Contact: Bob Radford - 0428 444 254 Club Coach Contact: Jim Riches 0400 021 710 AUGUSTA Social & Bowling Club Allnut Terrace Augusta WA 6290 Postal: PO Box 175 Augusta WA 6290 Ph: 9758 1706 Email: memevans@icloud.com Secretary: Mem Evans 0408 273 182 President: Chris Watson 9758 0123 Mens Bowls: Owen Rafferty 975 4848 Womens Bowls: Mem Evans 0408 273 182 Umpire’s Contact: Helen Reid 9757 2278

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BADGINGARRA Bowling Club Cnr Brand Highway & North West Road Badgingarra WA 6521 Postal: PO Box 72 Badgingarra WA 6521 Ph/Email - Contact Secretary Secretary: Nic Wilkinson - 0429 965 291 Email: glen_nic@bigpond.com President: Ian Kerr - 0427 860 181 Mens Bowls: - Mike Kenny - 0488 105 530 Womens Bowls: Trudy Williams - 0427 529 022 Umpire’s Contact: Sam Collard - 0427 442 974 BALINGUP Bowling Club South West Highway Balingup WA 6253 Postal: PO Box 12 Balingup WA 6253 Ph: 9799 0270 Email: See SEC Email Secretary: Julie Davison - 9799 0270 Email: juliebluegirl@hotmail.com President: Eddy Stevens - 0417 941 025 Mens Bowls: Alan King - 0408 547 671 Womens Bowls: Julie Davison - As Above

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BALLIDU Bowling Club Northam Pithara Road Ballidu WA 6606 Postal: PO Box 79 Ballidu WA 6606 Ph / Email - Contact Secretary Secretary: Daryl Sermon - 0429 103 533 Email: btpsermon@wn.com.au President: Wayne Sermon - 0428 842 644 Mens Bowls: Michael Bradford - 0428 743 032 Womens Bowls: Karen Hedland 0499 977 485 BEACON Bowling Club Shemeld Street Beacon WA 6472 Postal: PO Box 14 Beacon WA 6472 Ph: 9686 1030 Email: See SEC Email Secretary: Brett Clark - 0427 486 012 Email: brettlisaclark@live.com.au President: Jenni Bunce 0429 208 175 Mens Bowls: Noel Miguel 0427 966 726 Womens Bowls: Vicki Miguel 0439 151 669 Umpires Contact: Jenni Bunce 0429 208 175 BENCUBBIN Bowling Club 4 Marsh Street Bencubbin WA 6477 Postal: PO Box 186 Bencubbin WA 6477 Phone/Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Leeanne Gobbart - 0429 848 042 Email: leetezza@gmail.com BEVERLEY Bowling Club 68 Forrest Street Beverley WA 6304 Postal: PO Box 96 Beverley WA 6304 Ph 9646 1340 Email: bevbowls@gmail.com Secretary: not advised President: Jeff Murray - 0428 925 662 Mens Bowls: Daniel Fleay - 0458 088 674 Womens Bowls: Lyn MacTaggart - 0439 461 634 BINDOON & Districts Bowling Club Inc Chinkabee Complex, Great Northern Highway Bindoon WA 6502 Postal: PO Box 214 Bindoon WA 6502 Ph: 9576 1105 Email: bindoonbowlingclub@outlook.com Secretary: Aileen Steddy - 0428 541 147 President: John Barlow - 0478 627 873 Mens Bowls: David Brisbane - 0408 009 505 Womens Bowls: Heather Boyanich 0429 611 256 Umpires Contact: Dan Bam - 0419 904 511 information correct as of September 15 2021


COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS BINNINGUP Bowling Club Lakes Parade Binningup WA 6233 Postal: PO Box A114 Australind WA 6233 Ph:Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Frank O’Hehir - 0418 440 639 Email: fohehir@bigpond.net.au President: Judy Flanagan - 0407 933 011 Mens Bowls: Ivan Burke - 0488 478 402 Womens Bowls: Betty Decke - 0417 617 189 Umpire’s Contact: Kim Ward - 0458 578 771 BODDINGTON Bowling Club Club Drive Boddington WA 6390 Postal: 1 Shepherds Turn Boddington WA 6390 Ph/Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Rod Porter - 0417 326 282 Email: rodneyporter8@bigpond.com President: David Smart - 0427 900 609 Mens Bowls: Nigel Bellotti - 0418 902 928 Womens Bowls: Pip Wilson - 0429 370 034 Umpires Contact: Phillip Donoghue - 0427 944 002 BOLGART Bowling Club Bolgart East Road Bolgart WA 6568 Postal: PO Box 64 Bolgart WA 6568 Ph / Email:: Contact Secretary Secretary: Dale McGill - 0428 101 286 Email: dalemargaretmcgill@gmail.com President: Lester Snooke - 0409 997 935 Mens Bowls: Edward Ludemann 0427 362 496 Womens Bowls: Pam McGill - 0427 527 505 Umpire’s Contact: Pam McGill - 0427 527 505 BORDEN Bowling Club (Inc) Stone Street Borden WA 6338 Postal: PO Box 57 Borden WA 6338 Ph/Email - Contact Secretary Secretary: Shirley Moir - 0427 279 274 Email: glenelg.estate@bigpond.com President: Tim O’Meehan - 0428 279 296 Mens Bowls: Gary Jansen - 0438 389 000 BOULDER BOWLING CLUB (Inc) 54 Richardson Street Boulder WA 6432 Postal: PO Box 2014 Boulder WA 6432 Ph: 9093 1453 Email: bbc@boulderbowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Richard Cowcher - 0417 934 731 President: Steven Binder - 0439 864 834 Mens Bowls: Paul Hayes - 0427 426 989 Umpire’s Contact: Paul Hayes - 0427 426 989

information correct as of September 15 2021

BOYANUP Bowling Club (Inc) Cnr Charlotte & Thomas Streets Boyanup WA 6237 Postal: PO Box 144 Boyanup WA 6237 Email: boyanupbowlingclub@gmail.com Web: www.boyanupbowlingclub.bowls.com.au Secretary: Paul Richardson 0408 908 382 President: Paul Meadows 0410 845 369 Mens Bowls: Peter Arrowsmith 0427 988 404 Womens Bowls: Paul Meadows 0410 845 369 Umpires Contact: Robert Wells 0429 728 108 Club Coach Contact: Steve Sampey 0488 095 692 BOYUP BROOK Bowling Club Railway Parade Boyup Brook WA 6244 Postal: PO Box 65 Boyup Brook WA 6244 Ph: Contact Secretary Email: rpparkland@gmail.com Secretary: Rhonda Parker - 0428 653 079 President: not advised Mens Bowls: Ken Ritson - 0447 651 074 Womens Bowls: Marie Uren - 0436 360 713 Umpires Contact: Ken Ritson - 0447 651 074 BRIDGETOWN Bowling Club South West Highway Bridgetown WA 6255 Postal: PO Box 194 Bridgetown WA 6255 Ph/Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Shirley Streeter - 0429 808 833 Email: shirleyj53@hotmail.com President: Murray Waters - 0498 090 441 Mens Bowls: Ray Deall - 0427 101 389 Womens Bowls: Lyn Whitney - 0417 948 426 BROADWATER Bowling Club Nova Village 502 Bussell Hwy Broadwater WA 6280 Postal: Nova Village, C/- Unit 48, 502 Bussell Hwy Broadwater WA 6280 Ph / Email: Contact Sec or President Secretary: Patricia Etherington - 9754 7150 Email: ethers@bigpond.com President: Rosemary Sukroo - 0407 383 180 Mens Bowls: Adrian Hall - 0401 640 909 Womens Bowls - Pat Shenton - 0428 844 155

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COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS BROOKTON Bowling Club Brookton Country Club 11207 Brookton Highway Brookton WA 6306 Postal: PO Box 190 Brookton WA 6306 Ph: 9642 1190 Email: bowls@brooktoncountryclub.com.au Secretary: Contact Club President: Trevor Allington - 0437 837 105 Mens Bowls: Neil Walker - 0408 424 108 Womens Bowls: Chris Eyre - 0437 208 381 Umpires Contact: David Cliff - 0409 642 405 BROOMEHILL Bowling Club 22820 Tie Line Road Broomehill WA 6318 Postal: PO Box 19 Broomehill WA 6318 Ph: 9824 1308 Secretary: Andrew Webster - 0429 464 672 Email: aswebster@bigpond.com BRUCE ROCK Bowling Club 59 Dunstall Street Bruce Rock WA 6418 Postal: PO Box 100 Bruce Rock WA 6418 Ph: 0428 651 070 Email: brucerockbowls@hotmail.com Secretary: Mitchell Hunter 0420 986 686 President: Don Heasman 0428 651 070 Mens Bowls: Gary Buller 0427 611 113 Womens Bowls: Anne Dolton 0488 108 838 BRUNSWICK District Bowling Club Inc 1 Ommaney Road Brunswick WA 6224 Postal: PO Box 76 Brunswick WA 6224 Ph: 9726 1081 Email: brunswick.bc@bigpond.com Secretary: Alan Mersh - 9726 1081 President: Peter Lewis - 0418 239 324 Mens Bowls: John Exton - 9726 1081 Womens Bowls: Noleene McCormack - 0447 317 457 Club Coach Contact: John Exton - As Above BUNBURY Bowling & Social Club 72 Forrest Ave Bunbury WA 6230 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9721 3291 Email: secretary@bunburybowlingclub.org.au Web: www.bunburybowlingclub.org.au Secretary: Garry Baker - 0438 926 380 President: David Delaporte - 0400 396 779 Mens Bowls: Mick Delfs 0438 027 485 Womens Bowls: Gail Ecclestone 0437 908 923 Umpires Contact: Leon White 0499 043 989 Club Coach Contact: Norm Bazzo 0411 716 372

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BUSSELTON Bowling Club Inc Churchill Park Brown Street Busselton WA 6280 Postal: PO Box 99 Busselton WA 6280 Ph: 9752 2164 Email: bsnbowl@westnet.com.au Web: www.busseltonbowling.club Secretary: Geoff Singleton - 9752 2164 President: Wiebe Tieleman - 9752 2164 Mens Bowls: Stanley Wood - 0455 226 582 Womens Bowls: Jennie Bruce - 0409 936 621 Umpires Contact: Helen Paganoni - 0478 641 668 Club Coach Contact: Helen Paganoni

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CAPEL Bowls Club 11 Goodwood Road Capel WA 6271 Postal: PO Box 125 Capel WA 6271 Ph: Contact Sec Email: capelbowlsclubinc@gmail.com Web: www.capelbowlsclub Secretary: Gloria Clapp - 0427 810 309 President: Ron Bickers - 0436 019 366 Mens Bowls: Keith Lloyd - 0408 460 108 Womens Bowls: Kylie Kammann - 0419 855 748 CARNAMAH Bowling Club (Inc) 6 Niven Crescent Carnamah WA 6517 Postal: PO Box 65 Carnamah WA 6517 Ph: 9951 1131 Email: carnamahbowler@gmail.com Secretary: Emma Oglivie - 0450 645 706 President: Luke Risinger - 0403 260 145 Mens Bowls: Craig McDonald - 0428 511 068 Women’ Bowls: Sue Sivyer - 0427 099 913 Umpire’s Contact: Luke Risinger - As Above CARNARVON Bowling Club 12 Rushton Street Carnarvon WA 6701 Postal: PO Box 407 Carnarvon WA 6701 Ph: 9941 1075 Email: carnarvonbowlingclub@outlook.com Secretary: Amosa Sipili - 9941 1008 Presdient: Phill Andrews - 0437 282 601 Mens Bowls: Angie Bracknell - 0456 391 363 Womens Bowls: Angie Bracknell - As Above

information correct as of September 15 2021


COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS CERVANTES Bowling Club Aragon Street Cervantes WA 6511 Postal: PO Box 147 Cervantes WA 6511 Email: cervantesbc@hotmail.com Secretary: Rob Shanhun - 0475 516 288 President: Adam MacKay - 0408 955 557 Mens Bowls: Richard Hayman - 0447 780 088 Womens Bowls: Christine Rennie - 0427 514 045 Umpire’s Contact: Richard Hayman AS ABOVE CIVIC Bowling Club Merredin (Inc) Merredin Regional Community & Leisure Centre Bates Street Merredin WA 6415 Postal: 33 Snell Street Merredin WA 6415 Ph: Contact Secretary Email: merredincivic@gmail.com Secretary: John Gearing - 0428 411 301 President: Darren Postans - 0429 415 800 Mens Bowls: Steve Gregory 0429 874 874 Womens Bowls: Gail Lane - 0429 414 223 Umpire’s Contact: Allan Walker - 0428 938 601 COLLIE Bowling Club (Inc) Cnr Medic & Steere Streets Collie WA 6225 Postal: PO Box 121 Collie WA 6225 Ph: 9734 1266 Email: colliebowlingclub@bigpond.com Secretary: Rose Godfrey - 0417 231 656 President: Valdis Brojanowski -0429 686 737 Mens Bowls: Ian Corley - 0418 933 330 Womens Bowls: Lyn Mitchell - 0409 341 587 Umpire’s Contact: Ian Corley - As Above Club Coach Contact: Kerry Scott - 9734 3661 COMET BAY Bowling Club Lawrie Stanford Reserve 24 Cavender Street Singleton WA 6175 Postal: PO Box 7028 Secret Harbour WA 6173 Ph: 9537 3953 Email: cometbaybowlingclub@yahoo.com.au Secretary: Robin Fitzgerald - 0407 712 211 President: Ron Arnold - 0418 949 514 Mens Bowls: Peter Gunn - 0459 424 133 Womens Bowls: Wendy Kirkby - 0409 203 278 Umpires Contact: Robin Fitzgerald - 0407 712 211 Club Coach Contact: Ron Arnold - 0418 949 514

information correct as of September 15 2021

CONDINGUP Bowling Club Ridgelands Road Condingup WA 6450 Postal: PO Box 732 Esperance WA 6450 Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Helen Perks - 0428 766 067 Email: ghperks@westnet.com.au President: Aaron Liddell - 0429 574 422 Mens Bowls: Jayson Fiegert - 0437 760 006 Womens Bowls: Shelley Smith - 0437 766 013 Umpire’s / Club Coach Contact: Helen Perks COOROW Bowling Club 13 Main Street Coorow WA 6515 Postal: C/- Post Office Coorow WA 6515 Email: coorowbowls@outlook.com Secretary: Ashleigh Waite President: Charles Wass 0427 531 908 Mens Bowls: Durwin Melbin 0427 080 171 CORRIGIN Bowling Club (Inc) Lot 255 Walton Street Corrigin WA 6375 Postal: PO Box 217 Corrigin WA 6375 Ph: 9063 2344 Email: See SEC Email Secretary: Ian Smith - 0417 105 502 Email: ianbett3@bigpond.com President: Mark Szczecinski - 0428 629 026 Mens Bowls: Phil Barber - 0429 841 156 Womens Bowls: Nola Forbes - 0427 632 054 Umpire’s Contact: Mark Szczecinski - As Above COWARAMUP Bowling Club 10 Memorial Drive Cowaramup WA 6284 Postal: PO Box 362 Cowaramup WA 6284 Ph: 9755 5190 Email: cowbowling@gmail.com Secretary: Jon Bowden - 0402 840 486 President: Jim Whitfield - 0427 980 040 Mens Bowls: Keith Simmonds - 0499 309 854 Womens Bowls: Vicki Williams - 0407 235 110 Umpire’s Contact: Keith Simmonds - As Above Club Coach Contact: Keith Simmonds -As Above

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COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS CRANBROOK Bowling Club 48 King Street Cranbrook WA 6321 Postal: PO Box 26 Cranbrook WA 6321 Ph 9826 1004 Email: See Sec Email Secretary: Bernie Climie - 0407 261 123 Email: bernieclimie@bigpond.com President: Peter Denton - 0409 088 269 Mens Bowls: Barry Rendell - 0447 576 006 Womens Bowls: Patricia Parsons 0437 885 172

DANDARAGAN Bowling Club (Inc) 3580 Dandaragan (Caro Road) Dandaragan WA 6507 Postal: PO Box 69 Dandaragan WA 6507 Ph / Email: Contact SECRETARY Secretary: Christine Bean - 0427 387 964 Email: accmbean@gmail.com President: Andrew Bean - 0419 960 255 Mens Bowls: Jim Deaker - 0447 906 711 Womens Bowls: Janet McGinlay 0427 531 648

CUNDERDIN Bowling Club Lundy Ave Cunderdin WA 6407 Postal: PO Box 79 Cunderdin WA 6407 Ph / Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Pam Teakle - 0417 175 108 Email: pam.t@westnet.com.au President: Clive Gibsone - 0409 290 786 Mens Bowls: Don Buegge - 0439 887 687 Womens Bowls: Vicki Quinn - 0429 637 105 Umpire’s Contact: Vicki Quinn - As Above

DARKAN Bowling Club Memorial Drive Darkan WA 6392 Postal: PO Box 90 Darkan WA 6392 Ph/Email: Contact Secretaryl Secretary: Judy Wunnenberg - 0447 361 161 Email: iwja@activ8.net.au President: Mark Wunnenberg - 0429 361 513 Mens Bowls: Arthur Putland - 0417 444 086 Umpires Contact: Ray Harrington - 0427 363 004

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DALWALLINU Bowling Club Colin Anderson Drive Dalwallinu WA 6609 Postal: PO Box 58 Dalwallinu WA 6609 Secretary: Gordon McNeill - 0427 611 645 Email: gimcneill@bigpond.com President: Mike Dodd - 0427 642 078 Mens Bowls Gordon McNeill - 0427 611 645 Womens Bowls: Helen Pipe - 0429 621 097 DAMPIER Bowling Club 77 Church Road Dampier WA 6713 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9183 1230 Email: dampierbowlingclub@gmail.com Web: www.dampierbowlingclub.com Secretary: Roslyn Powell 9183 1230 President: Jason Ieitch 9183 1230 Mens Bowls: Jason Ieitch 9183 1230 Womens Bowls: Roslyn Powell 9183 1230 Umpires Contact: John Callegari 9183 1230

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DENISON Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) 137 Pt Leander Drive Port Denison WA 6525 Postal: PO Box 47 Dongara WA 6525 Ph: 9927 1168 Email: denisonbowlingclub@bigpond.com Secretary: Michelle Leeson - 0427 272 067 President: Robert McTaggart - 0427 281 198 Mens Bowls: Womens Bowls: Pat Robins - 9927 1168 DENMARK RIVERSIDE (Bowls) Club 3 Morgan Road Denmark WA 6333 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9848 1517 Email: denmarkbowls@gmail.com Web: www.denmarkriversideclub.org.au Secretary: Margaret Norcross - 0409 021 994 President: Not Listed Mens Bowls: Richard Hynes - 0406 769 552 Womens Bowls: Lind Paull - 0457 021 282 Umpires Contact: Linda Humphries - 0428 351 014 Club Coach Contact: Linda Humphries

information correct as of September 15 2021


COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS DONNYBROOK Bowling Club Donnybrook Country Club South Western Highway Donnybrook WA 6239 Postal: PO Box 87 Donnybrook WA 6239 Ph: 9731 1268 Email: dcclub@bigpond.net.au Secretary: Phil Jones - 9731 2645 President: Darren Pulford - 0417 929 487 Mens Bowls: Bruce Thompson - 0427 441 325 Womens Bowls: Not Listed Umpire Co-Ordinator: Bruce Thompson - Above DOODLAKINE Bowling Club Inc Spring Street Doodlakine WA 6411 Postal: PO Box 106 Kellerberrin WA 6410 Ph: 0427 459 015 Email: SEC. Secretary: Gavin Morgan - 0427 459 015 Email: gavmorg@wn.com.au President: Wayne Smith - 0428 458 121 Mens Bowls: Geoff Ryan - 0427 544 033 DOWERIN Bowling Club East Street Dowerin WA 6461 Postal: C/- Post Office Dowerin WA 6461 Phone: 9631 1098 Email: dowerinbc@gmail.com Secretary: Joe O’Neill - 0410 023 517 President: Trevor Gerrard - 0428 311 186 Mens Bowls: Norm Wass - 0429 114 841 Womens Bowls: Patricia Turnbull-O’Neill - 0478 636 373 DUDLEY PARK Bowling & Recreation Club 28 Eden Street Dudley Park WA 6210 Postal: PO Box 545 Mandurah WA 6210 Ph: 9535 2695 Email: dudleypark.bc@bigpond.com Web: www.dudleyparkbowlingclub.bowls.com.au Secretary/Admin: Silvana Evans - Club President: Terry Wright - 0421 078 102 Mens Bowls: John Groves - 0419 834 710 Womens Bowls: Roma Dunn - 0400 171 609

information correct as of September 15 2021

DUMBLEYUNG Bowling Club 20 Bennett Street Dumbleyung WA 6350 Postal: 80 Taylor Street Dumbleyung WA 6350 Ph:/Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Helen Gooding - 0427 530 204 Email: mlhigooding@bigpond.com President: Karen Ward - 0427 634 155 Mens Bowls: Russell Hall - 0428 642 038 Womens Bowls: Audrey Bateup - 0488 948 354 Umpires Contact: Karen Ward - 0427 634 155 DUNSBOROUGH Bowling Club 40 Gifford Road Dunsborough WA 6281 Postal: PO Box 57 Dunsborough WA 6281 Ph: 9755 3250 Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au Web: dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au Secretary: Norman Gage - 0499 828 541 Email: gypsyg@westnet.com.au President: John Eggleton - 0407 195 400 Mens Bowls: Norman Gage - ABOVE Womens Bowls: Sharon Sharpe 0488 568 595 Umpires Contact: Lorraine Bell - 0407 022 371 Club Coach Contact: Wayne Coyle - 0413 993 651

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EATON Bowling & Social Club Inc Pratt Road Eaton WA 6232 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9725 1074 Email: sec@eatonbowling.com.au Web: www.eatonbowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Kerry Edwards - 0402 263 109 President: Les Brook - 0448 866 371 Mens Bowls: Tim Stevens - 0428 711 394 Womens Bowls: Anne Edwards - 0427 131 972 Umpire’s / Club Contact: Elaine McDonald - 0418 830 817 EMU POINT Bowling Club 2 Birss Street Emu Point WA 6330 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9844 1156 Email: emupointbowls@gmail.com Web: www.emupointsportingclub.net Secretary: Peter Hewson - 0427 211 109 President: Doug Wright - 9844 9410 Mens Bowls: John Erickson - 0439 935 014 Womens Bowls: Helen McFarlane 0429 331 218 Umpire’s Contact: Wal Mycock - 0427 448 678 Club Coach Contact: Carl Connell - 9844 1052 HANDBOOK 2021 - 2022

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COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS ESPERANCE Bowling Club Black Street Esperance WA 6450 Postal: PO Box 623 Esperance WA 6450 Ph: 9071 2035 Email: espbowlsecretary@westnet.com.au Secretary: Elaine Rule - Club President: Wayne (Buck) Rodgers - 0427 720 093 Mens Bowls: Scott Willis - 0409 682 744 Womens Bowls: Ollie Austin - 0428 142 421 Umpire’s Contact: Bill Gurney - 0475 244 765 Club Coach Contact: Jan Fiegert - 0488 717 918

GINGIN Bowling Club 4 Robinson Street Gingin WA 6503 Postal: PO Box 155 Gingin WA 6503 Ph: 9575 2342 Email: ginginbcwa@gmail.com Secretary: Allan Hollington - 0408 914 003 President: John Fewster - 0409 575 226 Mens Bowls: Murray Butler - Club Womens Bowls: Julie Watson - 0407 914 996 Umpire’s Contact: Murray Hyne 0407 380 708 Club Coach Contact: Kathy Gobbart - 0427 091 952

EXMOUTH Bowling Club Payne Street Exmouth WA 6707 Postal: PO Box 6 Exmouth WA 6707 Ph: 9949 1092 Email: exmouthbowlingclub@bigpond.com Secretary: Denise Bailey President: Warren Sargisson Mens Bowls: Neil Taylor

GNOWANGERUP Bowling Club (Inc) Corbett Street Gnowangerup WA 6335 Postal: PO Box 114 Gnowangerup WA 6335 Ph/Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Geoff Carberry - 0408 895 694 Email: geoff303@westnet.com.au President: Greg Stewart Mens Bowls: Michael Harris - 0428 271 413 Womens Bowls: Mary Wellstead 0427 182 672 Umpire’s Contact: Kevin Heberle - 9827 1261 Club Coach Contact: Arthur Crabbe - 0498 964 568

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FRANKLAND RIVER Bowling Club Wingbellup Road Frankland River WA 6396 Postal: As Above Ph: 9855 2245 Email: oldmanspry@gmail.com Secretary: Jeff Bergroth - 0487 431 737 President: Russell Hilder - 0427 552 279 Mens Bowls: Don Lange - 0427 552 348

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GERALDTON Bowling Club Onslow Street Geraldton WA 6530 Postal: PO Box 1167 Geraldton WA 6531 Ph: 9921 7883 Email: geraldtonbowlingclub@westnet.com.au Web: www.geraldtonbowlingclub.com.au Secretary: Kelly Hodge - 0417 556 497 President: Neil Exten - 0427 471 300 Womens Bowls: Barbara Armstrong 0498 216 482 Umpire’s Contact: Ian Thomas - 0428 331 056 Club Coach Contact: Kim Trotter - 0439 900 714

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GOOMALLING Bowling Club Cnr Quinlan & Lockyer St Goomalling WA 6460 Postal: PO Box 56 Goomalling WA 6460 Ph / Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Julie Chester - 0427 291 223 Email: mungilan@activ8.net.au President: Royce Smith - 0430 679 694 Mens Bowls: Kristian Carr - 0429 689 359 Womens Bowls: Gail Lemos - 0417 963 147 GREEN RANGE Country Club 40521 South Coast Highway Green Range WA 6328 Postal: As Above Ph: 9846 6045 Email: greenrangecountryclub@hotmail.com Secretary: Jeffrey MacTaggart 0428 472 031 President: Scott Smith 0429 466 037

information correct as of September 15 2021


COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS GUILDERTON Bowling Club Inc 1 Wedge Street Guilderton WA 6041 Postal: PO Box 1053 Guilderton WA 6041 Ph / Email - Contact Secretary Secretary: Dot Branch - 0429 969 889 Email: branchys@bigpond.com Vice President: Phil Rouse - 0408 122 191 Club Captain: Ian Hastings - 0428 842 090

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HALLS HEAD Bowling & Rec Club Inc 3 Sticks Boulevard Erskine WA 6210 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9581 1726 Email: admin@hallsheadbowling.com.au Web: www.hallsheadbowls.com.au Secretary: Louise Waddell - 9581 1726 President: Bruce Walter - 0427 470 000 Mens Bowls: Les Wilkinson - 0438 515 905 Womens Bowls: Robyn White - 0418 858 813 Umpire’s Contact: Bob Day - 0447 227 690 Club Coach Contact: Bruce Walter - As Above HARVEY Bowling Club Cnr Young & Roy Streets Harvey WA 6220 Postal: PO Box 93 Harvey WA 6220 Ph: 0418 959 595 Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Rosemary Cumine - 0427 862 750 Email: enimucesor@bigpond.com President: Robyn Coleman - 0418 959 595 Womens Bowls: Michelle Thompson 0409 101 572 HOPETOUN Bowling Club Veal Street Hopetoun WA 6348 Postal: PO Box 43 Hopetoun WA 6348 Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Michelle Stephen - 0448 872 404 Email: chells123@icloud.com President: Lance Goddard - 0428 838 152 Mens Bowls: Des Barr - 0427 530 458 Womens Bowls: Dianne Chambers

information correct as of September 15 2021

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JERRAMUNGUP Bowling Club Derrick Street Sports Complex Jerramungup WA 6337 Postal: As Above Ph: Contact Secretary Email: jerramungupbowlsclub@gmail.com Secretary: Vanessa Maskey - 0476 416 843 President: Malcolm Turner - 0488 281 164 Mens Bowls: Not Listed Womens Bowls: Not Listed JURIEN Bowling Club 1 Bashford Street (Cnr Nineteenth Ave) Jurien Bay WA 6516 Postal: PO Box 469 Jurien Bay WA 6516 Ph: Contact Secretary Email: jurienbowls@bigpond.com Web: jurien.bowls.com.au Secretary: Ian Davies - 0428 944 881 President: Dennis Stokes - 0428 558 022 Mens Bowls: Alfie Carlton - 0428 484 040 Womens Bowls: Irene Stokes - 0428 558 022

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KALANNIE Bowling Club 27 Stanley Street Kalannie WA 6468 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph / Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Garry Crossman - 0487 529 369 Email: garrycrossman@rocketmail.com President: Brett Lang - 0429 651 020 Mens Bowls: Larry Mincherton - 0427 751 032 Womens Bowls: Juie Hathway - 0427 335 578 KALBARRI Bowling Club Haselby Street Kalbarri WA 6536 Postal: PO Box 312 Kalbarri WA 6536 Ph: 0408 345 241 Email - See SEC Email Secretary: Mark Hancock - 0473 551 323 Email: bjkcatattack@bigpond.com President: Barry Kennewell - 0408 345 241 Umpire’s Contact: Nevil Simons - 0429 371 392

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COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS KALGOORLIE Bowling Club Cnr Dugan & Maritana Street Kalgoorlie WA 6430 Postal: (MEN) PO Box 294 Kalgoorlie WA 6430 Postal: (WOMEN) PO Box 566 Kalgoorlie WA Ph: 9021 2230 Email: kalbowlsclub@bigpond.com Secretary: Dave Sanders - 0401 539 111 President: Brian Osmetti - 0417 936 257 Mens Bowls: Brian Osmetti - 0417 936 257 Womens Bowls: Lynne Grace - 0400 058 285 Umpires Contact: John Gittings - 0438 564 205 Club Coach Contact: Eric Johannes - 0414 875 690 KARLGARIN Bowling Club Federal Street Karlgarin WA 6358 Postal: PO Box 31 Karlgarin WA 6358 Ph 9889 5045 Email: kbclub@outlook.com Secretary: Leonie James - 0427 895 045 President: Jill Fotheringhame - 0428 895 054 Mens Bowls: Graeme Smith - 0407 193 903 Womens Bowls: Leonie James - As Above Umpires Contact: Leonie James - As Above KARRATHA Bowling Club Searipple Road Karratha WA 6714 Postal: PO Box 1253 Karratha WA 6714 Email: karrathabowlingclub@gmail.com Secretary: Contact Club President: Bill Messer - 0437 809 740 Mens Bowls: Rick Monson - 0457 739 688 Womens Bowls: Rick Monson - As Above Umpire’s Contact: Bill Messer - As Above KATANNING Bowling Club Tait Street (Braeside Road) Katanning WA 6317 Postal: C/- Katanning Country Club, PO Box 100 Katanning WA 6317 Ph: 9821 1649 or 0427 204 043 Email: katanningbowlingclub@gmail.com Secretary: Travis Ellison - 0498 288 015 President: Ernie Maples - 0419 884 600 Mens Bowls: Wally O’Halloran - 0427 204 042 Womens Bowls: Val Jolly

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KELLERBERRIN Bowling Club Lot 260 Connelly Street Kellerberrin WA 6410 Postal: PO Box 156 Kellerberrin WA 6410 Email: kellerbowlingclub@gmail.com KOJONUP Bowling Club (Inc) 2 Delaney Street Kojonup WA 6395 Postal: PO Box 49 Kojonup WA 6395 Ph: 9831 1108 Email: kojibc13@gmail.com Secretary: Bev Broom - 0427 089 430 President: Syd Loveland - 0428 770 276 Mens Bowls: Myles Reid - 0409 523 008 Womens Bowls: Jill Warburton - 0499 777 984 KONDININ Bowling Club 49 Gordon Street Kondinin WA 6367 Postal: PO Box 5 Kondinin WA 6367 Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Jenny Browning - 0429 637 040 Email: emmaville@bigpond.com President: Gary Biglin - 0429 891 236 Mens Bowls: Mark Burgess - 0427 981 812 Womens Bowls: Trish Barrett - 0427 543 301 KOORDA Bowling Club Greenham Street Koorda WA 6475 Postal: PO Box 96 Koorda WA 6475 Ph: 9684 1204 Email: koordasportclub@yahoo.com KUKERIN Bowling Club Bath Street Kukerin WA 6352 Postal: PO Box 31 Kukerin WA 6352 Ph : 0428 646 105 Secretary: Timothy Adams 0428 646 105 President: Peter Davidson 0427 233 963 Mens Bowls: Matthew King 0428 647 885 Womens Bowls: Claudia Faulkner 0428 647 915 Umpires Contact: Philip Adams 9864 2040

information correct as of September 15 2021


COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS KULIN Bowling Club Freebairn Recreation Centre Johnston Street Kulin WA 6365 Postal: PO Box 151 Kulin WA 6365 Ph: Contact Secretary Email: kulinbowls@gmail.com Secretary: Judd Hobson - 0427 801 241 President: John Bowey - 0429 201 331 Mens Bowls: Mike Robin - 0429 465 278 Womens Bowls: Bhel Hallam - 0439 556 136

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LAKE GRACE Bowling Club Lot 250 Stubbs Street Lake Grace WA 6353 Postal: PO Box 45 Lake Grace WA 6353 Ph/Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Natasha McHugh - 0407 987 293 Email: tash2612@hotmail.com President: Geoff Sabourne - 0429 651 171 Mens Bowls: Kelvin O’Neill - 0429 850 586 LAKE YEALERING Bowling Club Sewell Street Yealering WA 6372 Postal: C/- Post Office Yealering WA 6372 Ph / Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Lois Shipley - 0400 542 704 Email: brian_lois@westnet.com.au President: Jim Williams - 0439 337 365 LANCELIN Bowling Club Lancelin Community & Sporting Club Lancelin Road Lancelin WA 6044 Postal: PO Box 101 Lancelin WA 6044 Ph/Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Pat Williams - 0417 096 876 Email: pjwilliams576@gmail.com President: Graham Williams - 0428 551 147 Mens Bowls: Bevan Henderson 0429 089 780 Womens Bowls: Pat Williams - AS ABOVE LATHAM Bowling Club Lot 1 Summers Road Latham WA 6616 Postal: C/- Post Office Latham WA 6616 Email: lathambowlsclub@gmail.com

information correct as of September 15 2021

LEDGE POINT Bowling Club 381 Turner Street Ledge Point WA 6043 Postal: PO Box 416 Lancelin WA 6044 Ph / Email: Contact SEC. Secretary: Helen Schell - 0417 170 698 Email: retra2@bigpond.com President: Angelo De Bari - 0419 922 762 Mens Bowls: Jim Schell - 0427 778 871 LEEMAN Bowling Club Cnr Nairn & Rudduck Street Leeman WA 6514 Postal: PO Box 30 Leeman WA 6514 Ph: Contact Secretary Email: leemanbowls@gmail.com Secretary: Neil Rowles - 0419 771 437 President: Gary George - 0429 084 526 Mens Bowls: Doug Prosser - 0410 377 784 Womens Bowls: Chris Lewis - 0409 116 296 Umpire’s Contact: Sandra Trenowden - 0417 178 592

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MANDURAH Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) 89 Allnutt Street Mandurah WA 6210 Postal: PO Box 3477 Mandurah East WA 6210 Ph: 9535 1438 Email: info@mbrc.com.au Web: www.mbrc.com.au Secretary: Deanne Tyers - 0439 820 803 President: Barry Donohoe - 0408 922 054 Mens Bowls: Mark Willcock - 0400 235 268 Womens Bowls - Fran Hunter - 0410 723 688 MANJIMUP Bowling Club Manjimup Country Club Golflinks Road off Perup Road Manjimup WA 6258 Postal: 114 Perup Road Manjimup WA 6258 Ph/Email: See SEC details Secretary: Peter Cully - 0428 195 455 Email: sharlin2@bigpond.net.au President: Paul Wood - 0407 822 448 Mens Bowls: Damian Lloyd - 0427 981 246 Womens Bowls: Julie Nevill - 0428 718 414 Umpire’s Contact: Not Listed Club Coach Contact: Pat Martin - 0419 949 173

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COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS MARGARET RIVER Bowling Club Gloucester Park Sporting Complex, Wallcliffe Road Margaret River WA 6285 Postal: PO Box 176 Margaret River WA 6285 Ph: 9757 3666 Email: mrbc2@bigpond.com Web: www.margaretriverbowlingclub.com.au MEADOW SPRINGS AFA Bowling Club Box 286 / 41 Portrush Parade Meadow Springs WA 6210 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9582 5373 Email: bowls@msvillage.com.au Secretary: Contact Club President: Rod Luxton - 0437 818 841 Mens Bowls: Gary Johnston - 0409 372 932 Womens Bowls: Sandy Luxton - 9590 8440 Umpire’s Contact: Patricia Hyde - 9581 8849 Club Coach Contact: Contact Club MECKERING Bowling Club Dempster Street Meckering WA 6405 Postal: C/- Post Office Meckering WA 6405 Ph: 9625 1271 Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Doug Kelly - 0427 251 305 Email: dbkelly@activ8.net.au President: Merv Burges - 0427 881 778 Mens Bowls: Jesse Gillies - 0437 173 076 MERREDIN Bowling Club 23 Coronation Street Merredin WA 6415 Postal: PO Box 46 Merredin WA 6415 Ph: 9041 1015 Email: merredinclub@gmail.com Secretary: Roxanne Koeman - 9041 1015 President: Ashley Sharp - 9041 1015 Mens Bowls: Ashley Sharp - As Above

MIDDLETON BEACH Bowling and Community Club Inc 25 Garden Street Middleton Beach WA 6330 Postal: PO Box 1017 Albany DC WA 6331 Ph: 9841 2503 Email: midbeach1953@gmail.com Secretary: Michael Pooley - 0429 447 817 President: Kevin Gleeson - 0499 774 371 Mens Bowls: Graham Wroth - 0418 936 084 Womens Bowls: Lynne Danks - 9841 1968 Umpires Contact: Graham Wroth - ABOVE Club Coach Contact: Lynne Danks - ABOVE MINGENEW Bowling Club Inc 28 Bride Street Mingenew WA 6522 Postal: PO Box 16 Mingenew WA 6522 Email: mingenewbowlingclub@gmail.com MOODIARRUP Bowling Club Boyup Brook/Arthur Road Moodiarrup WA 6393 Postal: C/- 1054 Eulin Crossing Road Duranillin WA 6393 Ph: 9863 1100 Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Jenny Hosking - 0499 355 319 Email: nickjen76@bigpond.com President: Gary Abbott - 0429 631 012 Mens Bowls: Craig Flintoff - 0408 863 781 Womens Bowls: Jodie Simons - 0439 570 361 MOORA Bowling Club 101 Gardiner Street Moora WA 6510 Postal: PO Box 45 Moora WA 6510 Ph:: Contact SECRETARY Email: moorabowlingclub@outlook.com Secretary: Peter Van Der Ende - 0437 029 489 President: Peter Jorissen - 0428 171 012 Mens Bowls: David Wyllie - 0419 214 931 Womens Bowls: Karyn Bryan - 0458 888 318 Umpire’s Contact: Bill Hobden - 0428 911 203 MORAWA Bowling Club Club Road Morawa WA 6623 Postal: PO Box 28 Morawa WA 6623 Ph: 9971 1132 Email: mre.michelle@westnet.com.au Secretary: Ken Stokes - 0428 711 362 President: Greg Hughes - 0429 980 749 Mens Bowls: Michael Buckland 0459 128 818

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information correct as of September 15 2021


COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS MOUNT BARKER Bowls & Sporting Club Inc 1 Lowood Road Mt Barker WA 6324 Postal: PO Box 22 Mt Barker WA 6324 Ph: 9851 1636 Email: mtbarkerbowls@bigpond.com Web: www.mtbarkerbowls.bowls.com.au Secretary: Hazel Rutter - 0407 778 723 President: Fred Mentha - 0428 514 046 Mens Bowls: Shane Nunan - 0432 477 119 Womens Bowls: Sheila Rose - 0400 216 725 Umpire’s Contact: Sheila Rose - As Above MT BARKER GOLF Bowling Club 32175 Albany Highway Mt Barker WA 6324 Postal: PO Box 4 Mt Barker WA 6324 Ph: 9851 1197 Email: mtbarkergolf@westnet.com.au Secretary: Don Pomery - 0418 273 532 President: Syd Anning - 0427 561 028 Mens Bowls: Tony Henderson - 0428 511 048 Womens Bowls: Marj Silvester - 9851 1537 MUKINBUDIN Bowling Club Cruickshank Road Mukinbudin WA 6479 Postal: PO Box 121 Mukinbudin WA 6479 Ph / Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Di Maddock - 0408 444 484 Email: dandanning@bigpond.com.au President: Steve Lange - 0427 471 153 Mens Bowls: Steve Lange - AS ABOVE Womens Bowls: Di Maddock - 0408 444 484 Umpire’s Contact: Di Maddock - AS ABOVE MULLEWA Bowling Club Mullewa Recreation Centre Main Road Mullewa WA 6630 Postal: PO Box 610 Geraldton WA 6530 Ph: Contact Secretary Email: mullewabowlsclub@outlook.com Secretary: Kerry Koltasz - 0407 996 425 President: Nino Messina - 0428 611 052 Mens Bowls: Terry Koltasz - 0437 626 425 Umpires Contact: Terry Koltasz - ABOVE

information correct as of September 15 2021

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NANNUP Bowling Club Inc Warren Road Nannup WA 6275 Postal: PO Box 57 Nannup WA 6275 Ph: 9756 0056 Email: nannupbowls@gmail.com Secretary: Bev Adorian - 0477 100 343 President: Les Westerlund - 0402 528 350 NAREMBEEN Bowling Club ++ Currall Street Narembeen WA 6369 Postal: PO Box 259 Narembeen WA 6369 Ph/Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Eric Tenardi - 0429 647 131 Email: eric.tenardi@dpird.wa.gov.au President: Arthur Cousins - 0429 647 330 Men’s Bowls: Robert Hayter - 0427 004 833 Women’s Bowls: Julie Hayter - 0428 647 329 Umpire’s Contact: Allan Yandle - 0408 945 452 NARROGIN Bowling Club (Inc) 58 Earl Street Narrogin WA 6312 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9881 1414 Email: narroginbowlsclub@gmail.com Secretary: Fred Early - 0448 799 932 President: Stevan Strahan - 0407 473 878 Mens Bowls: Dave Harris - 0427 984 636 Umpire’s Contact: Dave Harris - ABOVE NEWDEGATE Bowling Club Magenta Road Newdegate WA 6355 Postal: PO Box 167 Newdegate WA 6355 Ph / Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Lynne Ellard - 0427 711 504 Email: lynneellard@hotmail.com President: Barry Rick - 0429 206 048 Mens Bowls: Beau Waddell - 0427 711 572 Womens Bowls: Bridget Michelle 0429 937 733 NORTHAM Bowling Club (Inc) 44 Robinson Street Northam WA 6401 Postal: PO Box 111 Northam WA 6401 Ph: 9622 2002 Email: admin@northambowls.com.au Secretary: Adele Clarke - 0428 232 205 President: Garry Smith - 0418 917 475 Mens Bowls: Wayne Butler - 0429 880 505 Womens Bowls: Lynn Murphy - 9622 2183 Umpire’s Contact: Dot Glass - 0428 232 270

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COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS NORTHAMPTON District Bowling Club Inc Lot 7 Hampton Road Northampton WA 6535 Postal: PO Box 215 Northampton WA 6535 Ph: 9934 1052 Email: Contact SEC. Secretary: Diane MacKay - 0488 020 398 Email: dianemarymackay@gmail.com President: Ross Johnson - 0428 948 848 Mens Bowls: Peter Coleman - 0429 602 946 Womens Bowls: Dion Delamotte - 0499 744 922 NUNGARIN Bowling Club Danberrin Road Nungarin WA 6490 Postal: PO Box 68 Nungarin WA 6490 Ph / Email: Contact SECRETARY Secretary: Paul Cosson - 0438 367 024 Email: paulcosson@hotmail.com President: Geoff Dayman - 0427 465 061 Mens Bowls: Geoff Dayman - AS ABOVE Womens Bowls: Kerry Dayman - 0429 465 061 Umpires Contact: Eileen O’Connell - 0427 465 107 NYABING Bowling Club Martin Street Nyabing WA 6341 Postal: Martin Street Nyabing WA 6341 Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Michelle Bamess - 0428 291 125 Email: bamley24@bigpond.com

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ONGERUP Bowling Club Jaekel Street Ongerup WA 6336 Postal: PO Box 2 Ongerup WA 6336 Email: ongerupbowlingclub@gmail.com Secretary: Vicki O’Neill 0428 282 282 President: George Johnson 0429 108 416 Mens Bowls: Michael Creagh 0427 641 044 Womens Bowls: Robyn Hams 0428 258 276 Umpires Contact: Michael Creagh 0427 641 044

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PEMBERTON Bowling Club 2 Club Road Pemberton WA 6260 Postal: As Above Ph: Contact SEC Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Gregory Vivian - 0456 626 012 Email: greg.vivian291@gmail.com President: Brian Morris - 0417 952 427 Mens Bowls: John Omodei 9776 1214 Womens Bowls: Vicki Omodei 9776 1214 Umpires Contact: Warren South 9776 0647 PERENJORI Bowling Club Wubin-Mullewa Road Perenjori WA 6620 Postal: PO Box 9 Perenjori WA 6620 Ph: 9973 1034 Mens Secretary: Contact Club Womens Secretary: Elaine King 0428 736 011 Email: begkin@wn.com.au PINGELLY Bowling Club Brown Street Pingelly WA 6308 Postal: PO Box 97 Pingelly WA 6308 Ph: Contact SEC Email: pingellybowls@gmail.com Secretary: Gary Sherry - 0427 836 031 President: Tim Haslam - 0429 112 976 Mens Bowls: Alan Hodges - 0429 871 169 Womens Bowls: Robyn Narducci-0427 997 573 Umpire Contact: Tim Haslam - As Above PINJARRA Bowling & Recreation Club Inc Lot 3001 Dixon Ave Pinjarra WA 6208 Postal: PO Box 136 Pinjarra WA 6208 Ph: 531 1840 Email: pinjbowls@bigpond.com.au Web: www.pinjarra.bowls.com.au Secretary: Bruce Greene - 0429 441 918 President: Margaret Steel - 0476 057 773 Mens Bowls: Keith Mullins - 0412 002 647 Womens Bowls: Jacquie Bond - 0412 790 272 Umpire’s Contact: Anne Carter - 0427 182 843 Club Coach Contact: Allan Krautil - 0439 112 404

information correct as of September 15 2021


COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS PORT BOUVARD Bowling Club 1 Thisbe Drive Dawesville WA 6211 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9582 2871 Email: admin@pbrsc.org.au Web: www.pbrsc.org.au Secretary: Carolyn Bell - 0400 288 475 Email: cazbear10@bigpond.com President: Ray Ball - 0428 882 234 Mens Bowls: Bart Mavrick - 0478 213 762 Womens Bowls: Naida Blair - 0409 918 203

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QUAIRADING Bowling Club 50 McLennan Street Quairading WA 6383 Postal: PO Box 113 Quairading WA 6383 Ph/Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Gwen Hards - 0491 701 124 Email: jghards@bigpond.com.au President: Margaret Dall - 0428 451 096 Mens Bowls: Jim Gimbel - 0427 353 212 Womens Bowls: Donna Hayes 0447 651 078

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RAVENSTHORPE Bowling Club Hopetoun Road Ravensthorpe WA 6346 Postal: PO Box 280 Ravensthorpe WA 6346 Ph: 9838 1181 or Contact SEC Email: SEC Email Secretary: Ken Norman - 0428 396 055 Email: kandmnorman@bordernet.com.au President: Joe Jones - 0427 838 935 Mens Bowls: Rod Edwards - 0429 381 201 Womens Bowls: Denise Edwards 0429 146 315

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SCADDAN Bowling Club Cable Street Scaddan WA 6447 Postal: PO Box 39 Scaddan WA 6447 Ph: 9075 6025 Email: scaddanbowls@gmail.com Secretary: Trudi Ietto - 0427 757 029 President: Tony Ietto - 0427 202 445 Mens Bowls: Rod McCrea - 0427 796 014 Womens Bowls: Caroline Williams 0411 441 832 Umpire Contact: Ian Carson - 9076 7046 Club Coach Contact: Wally Vandenberghe - 0428 713 070 information correct as of September 15 2021

SHACKLETON Bowling Club 26 Mill Street Shackleton WA 6386 Postal: PO Box 52 Shackleton WA 6386 Ph / Email: Contact Secretary Secretary: Phil Bradley - 0428 337 019 Email: prbradley3@gmail.com President: Marilyn Crooks - 0429 704 985 Mens Bowls: Phil Bradley - ABOVE Womens Bowls: Marilyn Crooks - ABOVE Umpire’s / Club Coach Contact: Trevor Cosgrove - 0429 906 411 SHARK BAY Bowling Club 14 Francis Road Denham WA 6537 Postal: PO Box 85 Denham WA 6537 Ph: 9948 1353 Email: sharkbaybowls@westnet.com.au SOUTH HEDLAND Bowling Club 1 Hedditch Street South Hedland WA 6722 Postal: PO Box 2155 South Hedland WA 6722 Ph: 9140 1168 Email: southhedlandbowlingclub@outlook.com

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TAMBELLUP Bowling Club Inc East Terrace Tambellup WA 6320 Postal: PO Box 101 Tambellup WA 6320 Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Belinda Hankinson - 0428 251 065 Email: belhank@hotmail.com President: Martin Sadler - 0428 253 041 Mens Bowls: Alan Hankinson - 0409 657 371 Womens Bowls: Eleanor Swinburn 0447 191 734 Umpire’s Contact: Martin Sadler - ABOVE TAMMIN Bowling Club Inc Station Road Tammin WA 6409 Postal: PO Box 105 Tammin WA 6409 Ph: 9637 1183 Email: Contact SECRETARY Secretary: Haydn Dixon - 0429 045 205 Email: carolyn.haydn@bigpond.com President: Pippa Button - 0428 133 508 Mens Bowls: Wayne Button - 0428 887 988 Womens Bowls: Pippa Button - AS ABOVE Umpire’s Contact: Contact CLUB Club Coach Contact: Don Thomson - 0417 452 005

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COUNTRY CLUB CONTACTS THREE SPRINGS Bowling Club 8 Slaughter Street Three Springs WA 6519 Postal: PO Box 82 Three Springs WA 6519 Ph: 9954 1133 Email: Contact SECRETARY Secretary: Jeffrey Moody - 0439 691 646 Email: jeffrey-moody@bigpond.com President: Lyndsey Isbister - 0428 396 969 Men’s Bowls: Jeffrey Moody - As Above TOODYAY Bowling Club ++ 1 Oddfellows Street Toodyay WA 6566 Postal: PO Box 368 Toodyay WA 6566 Ph: 9574 2207 Email: toodyaybowlingclub@gmail.com Secretary: Liz Sullivan - 0429 311 256 President: Lawrie Chitty - 0437 738 363 Mens Bowls: Andrew Watson - 0418 269 773 TRAYNING Bowling Club 1 Sutherland Street Trayning WA 6488 Postal: PO Box 63 Trayning WA 6488 Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Lyn Yates - 0429 831 182 Emal: yatesylyn@hotmail.com President: Greg Yates - 0429 884 639 Mens Bowls: Greg Yates - As Above Womens Bowls: Lyn Yates - As Above

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VARLEY Bowling Club Postal: RMB 229, Holt Rock WA 6355 Ph/Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Naomi Cornwall - 0427 752 056 Email: reddam@activ8.net.au President: Nigel Naughton - 0417 965 098

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WAGIN Bowling Club Inc Cnr Thornton & Theta Streets Wagin WA 6315 Postal: PO Box 194 Wagin WA 6315 Ph: 9861 1475 Email: waginbowls@gmail.com Secretary: Karynne Robinson - 0428 626 033 President: David Hill - 0439 981 548 Mens Bowls: Ross Old - 0419 951 128 Womens Bowls: Jenny Ewen - 0428 611 197 Umpires Contact: David Hill - 0439 981 548

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WALPOLE COUNTRY CLUB - BOWLS (Inc) Walpole Country Club 127 Rest Point Road Walpole WA 6398 Postal: PO Box 50 Walpole WA 6398 Ph: 9840 1082 Email: countryclub@walpole.org.au Web: www.walpole.org.au/countryclub Secretary: Ann Armstrong - 0428 401 138 Email: armstron@comswest.net.au President: Bietty Cooper - 9840 1082 Mens Bowls: Frank McConchie - 0447 858 214 Womens Bowls: Heather McConchie - 0447 858 214 WAROONA Bowling & Social Club Inc Parnell Street Waroona WA 6215 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9733 1406 Email: waroonabowlingclub@outlook.com Secretary: Roslyn Pich - 9733 1406 President: Warren Felsch - 0434 792 661 Mens Bowls: Malcolm Hayes - 0429 335 361 Womens Bowls: Debbie Marshall 0475 128 129 Umpire’s Contact: Malcolm Hayes - ABOVE WESTONIA Bowling Club Wanderers Stadium 128 Diorite Street Westonia WA 6423 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph / Email - Contact SEC Secretary: Jamie Criddle - 0427 467 063 Email: ceo@westonia.wa.gov.au President: Mark Crees - 0428 447 034 Mens Bowls: Shaun Crees - 0428 447 057 Womens Bowls: Kay Geier - 0417 842 246 WICKEPIN Bowling Club Lot 2 Wogolin Road Wickepin WA 6370 Postal: PO Box 78 Wickepin WA 6370 Ph: 9888 1080 Email: wickepinbowlingclub@gmail.com Secretary: Marion Hook - 0407 086 231 President: Rex Bergin - 0429 881 183 Mens Bowls: Warren Thompson 0428 424 051 Womens Bowls: Robyn Mullan - 0427 831 027 Umpire’s Contact: Rex Bergin - 0429 881 183

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WILLIAMS Bowling Club Inc Cnr Williams-Pinjarra Road & Millbrook Place Williams WA 6391 Postal: PO Box 174 Williams WA 6391 Ph / Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Jeremy Genders - 0429 689 920 Email: genderjn@gmail.com President: Robert Duff 0428 858 035 Mens Bowls: Michael Warburton 0427 136 278 Womens Bowls: Charmaine Duff 0408 020 889 Umpires Contact: Laurence Rose 0438 858 048

YARLOOP Bowling Club 35 Teesdale Street Yarloop WA 6218 Postal: PO Box 59 Yarloop WA 6218 Ph: 9733 5279 Email: yarloopbowlingclub@gmail.com Web: yarloopbowlingandreacreationclub.com Secretary: Annette Hunter - 0458 669 148 President: Dean Hunter - 0423 677 648 Mens Bowls: Garry Maine - 0405 021 446

WONGAN HILLS Bowling Club Inc 100 Ninan Street (Calingiri Rd) Wongan Hills WA 6603 Postal: PO Box 176 Wongan Hills WA 6603 Ph: 9671 1545 Email: wonganhillsbowling@bigpond.com Secretary: Eddie Bullock - 0408 212 232 President: Ray Holden - 0428 415 369 Womens Bowls: Shirley Pascoe - 0428 498 931 Umpires Contact: Don Jones - 0408 247 337

YILGARN Bowling Club Cnr Spica & Canopus Streets Southern Cross WA 6426 Postal: PO Box 98 Southern Cross WA 6426 Ph/Email: See SEC Details Secretary: Cheryl Auld - 0427 900 051 Email: aulddc@bigpond.com President: Noel Teale - 0499 264 400 Mens Bowls: Neil Hassett - 0417 905 327 Womens Bowls: Cheryl Auld - ABOVE

WONTHELLA Bowling Club 258 Eighth Street Wonthella WA 6530 Postal: PO Box 489 Geraldton WA 6531 Ph: 9921 2970 Email: wonthellabowlingclub@westnet.com.au Web: www.clubwonthella.bowls.com.au Secretary: Leanne Higgins - 9921 2970 Email: secretary@wbclub.com.au President: Kevin Exten - 0428 471 370 Mens Bowls: Gary Preston - 0427 303 678 Womens Bowls: Pat Rowell - 0418 937 421

YORK Bowling Club Inc Forrest Oval Recreation Reserve Forrest Street York WA 6302 Postal: PO Box 122 York WA 6302 Ph: 9641 0605 Email: york.bowls@gmail.com Secretary: President: Mens Bowls: Wayne Collins - 0417 099 589 Womens Bowls: Sian Smith - 0408 912 133

WYALKATCHEM Bowling Club 501 Grace Street Wyalkatchem WA 6485 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9681 1160 Email: Contact SEC Secretary: Jennie Dagnall - 0407 931 039 Email: jenniedagnall@gmail.com President: Darrell Stratford - 0427 681 191 Mens Bowls: Anthony Ryan - 0429 815 010 Womens Bowls: Jennie Dagnall - ABOVE

information correct as of September 15 2021

YUNDERUP Sport & Recreation Club 2 Delta Drive South Yunderup WA 6208 Postal: AS ABOVE Ph: 9537 6587 Email: susan@yunderupsportclub.org.au Web:yunderupsportandrecreationclubinc.org.au Secretary: Susan Moore - 0439 473 671 President: Geoff Hull - 0431 489 660 Mens Bowls: Leo Harwood - 0448 377 622 Womens Bowls: Susan Moore - As Above Umpire’s Contact: Adam Danes - 0417 957 960 Club Coach Contact: Graham Bishop - 0419 195 537

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ASSOCIATED CLUBS DEAF Bowls (WA) Secretary: Anne Jeavons -- TEXT ONLY - 0420 811 698 Email: anne.jeavons67@gmail.com President: Harry Hughes -- TEXT ONLY - 0437 988 803 Email: hdhughes54@bigpond.com Vice President: David Ravlich - 0408 906 808 Email: d.ravlich@hotmail.com PEEL BOWLING & SOCIAL CLUB INC 3 Sticks Boulevarde Erskine WA 6210 Postal: As Above Ph: Contact Secretary Email: peelbowling@gmail.com Secretary: Denise Brien - 0409 758 960 Vice President: John Avery - 0437 209 971 President: Paul Dutton - 0419 173 099 VISION IMPAIRED & BLIND BOWLERS of WA (VIBBWA) C/- Perth & Tattersall Bowling Club 2 Plain Street East Perth WA 6004 Postal: PO Box 712 Victoria Park WA 6979 Secretary: Dawn Hillman Mob: 0412 891 098 Email: dawn.pullinger@gmail.com President: Wayne Forbes Mob: 0427 632 567 Email: nolaforbes@bigpond.com WA RSL BOWLS President: Phil Griffiths - 0412 224 570 Email: philgriffiths@outlook.com.au Secretary: Murray Piggott - 0444 592 004 Email: murray.piggott@outlook.com Vice President: David Gurr Email: david.gurr@defence.gov.au

information correct as of September 15 2021

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Flash Uniforms 52 Erindale Rd Balcatta WA 6021 Ph. 1300 789 768 www.flashuniforms.com.au info@timeglow.com.au

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320 Darebin Rd Fairfield VIC 3078 Ph. (03) 9488 0488 Fax (03) 9488 0401 www.henselite.com.au enquiries@henselite.com.au

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336 Frnkston-Dandenong Road Dandenong South VIC 3175 Ph. (03) 9768 303 www.hollandparkbowlswear.com.au sales@hollandparkbowlswear.com.au

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Goodridge

28-34 Edward St Brunswick VIC 3056 Ph. (03) 9387 4169 Fax (03) 9387 7839 palsocks@palhosiery.com.au

information correct as of September 15 2021


BOWLS AUSTRALIA LICENSED MANUFACTURERS

Premier Bowls Wear

27 Benalla Road Shepparton, VIC, 3630 Telephone: 1300 871 005 www.premierbowlswear.com.au Email: daniel@premierbowlswear.com.au

Sportscentre

142 Port Rd Hindmarsh SA 5007 Ph. (08) 8346 3411 Fax (08) 8340 1620 www.sportscentre.com.au sports@sportscentre.com.au

The Cricket and Football Shop

Unit 1/422 Stuart Highway Winnellie NT 0821 Ph. (08) 8947 4454 www.cricketfootballnt.com.au graeme@cricketfootballnt.com.au

Sports Factory

Sporte Leisure

P.O Box 266 Rosebery, NSW, 2018 Telephone: +61 2 9693 5777 Fax: +61 2 9313 5118 Email: sporte@sporte-leisure.com.au

Sportswear Services Unit 2, 10 Fallon Road Landsdale WA 6090 08 9248 2257 www.swear.com.au sales@swear.com.au

Triple Play

Unit 8, 19 Daniel Street Wetherill Park, NSW 2164 Ph. (02) 9756 4167 Fax (02) 9727 9395 mail@sportsfactory.com.au

Styleknit

Unit 10, 35 Dunlop Rd Mulgrave VIC 3170 Ph. (03) 9590 0037 Fax (03) 9950 0531 www.styleknit.com.au chris.ryan@styleknit.com.au

U Design

Unit 9 / 98 Anzac Avenue Hillcrest QLD 4118 Ph. (07) 3800 6080 Fax (03) 6231 1432 www.uniformcity.com.au charles@uniformcity.com.au

E4, 13-15 Forrester St Kingsgrove NSW 2220 Ph. (02) 9150 6882 fytexpty@bigpond.net.au

BOWLING ARM LICENSED MANUFACTURERS

The Bowling Arm

12B Nolan St Bendigo, VIC 3550 Ph: (03) 5443 7133 Fax: 03 54441088 thebowlingarm@vic.chariot.net.au

Bee’s Knees Bowls Accessories

information correct as of September 15 2021

6 Fairview Crt Mossiface, VIC 3885 Ph: 0419318303 bionicbowler@live.com.au

DHB

Dean Winton 106 Oaks Avenue Shelly Beach, NSW 2261 0410292355 dhbdevice@gmail.com

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SCHEDULE OF FINES AND ADMINISTRATION FEES Refer to General Conditions - Rule 16.

FINES Rule Reference

Detail of Incident

Amount (No GST)

Field of Play Rules General Conditions - Rule 4.1 & 4.2

Failure to notify a forfeit in a state event

$100 per player

Field of Play Rules General Conditions - Rule 4.4

Forfeits from state event (per player)

$100 per player

Specific Conditions of Play for Bowls WA Singles Events

Refusing to mark in a Bowls WA singles competition

$30

Field of Play Rules General Conditions - Rule 9

Failure to adhere to Bowls WA Attire Policy during any Bowls WA Event

$30

General Conditions Rule 11 & Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions Rule 28

Illegal use of mobile phone and electronic devices

$30 per offence

Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions Rule 9

Forfeiting a Pennant Match

$30

Metropolitan Pennant Competition Inappropriate practice on greens prior to pennant competition General Conditions Rule 18 Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions Rule 22

Late Entry or Not Inputting Results into Bowls Link

$30 per player $20

ADMINISTRATION FEES Rule/Policy Reference

Details

Amount (GST Inc)

Greens and Infrastructure Policy

Greens complaint that is found to be spurious or with no basis.

$100

Field of Play Rules General Conditions - Rule 14.1

Transfer between clubs after commencement of pennant competition - metro only.

$100

Metropolitan Pennant Competition Withdrawal of Pennant Sides General Conditions Rule 5.1 up to and including Round 3

$100

Metropolitan Pennant Competition Subsequent Withdrawal of General Conditions Rule 5.2 Pennant Sides after Round 3

$250

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information correct as of September 15 2021



Bowls WA Level 1, 158 Main Street, Osborne Park, WA 6017

All Correspondence to: PO Box 123, Osborne Park WA 6917

Phone: (08)9340 0800, Fax: (08)9340 0888 Email: enquiries@bowlswa.com.au Website: www.bowlswa.com.au