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2013-2014 FIXTURE BOOK

CONTENTS

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Bowls WA Contacts

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Bowls WA Field of Play Rules

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2013-2014 Event Calendar

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Metropolitan Pennants General Conditions of Play

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Men’s Midweek Pennant Draw

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Men’s Midweek Pennant Contacts

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Men’s Midweek Pennant Conditions of Play

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Men’s Saturday Pennant Draw

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Men’s Saturday Pennant Contacts

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Men’s Saturday Pennant Conditions of Play

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Women’s Tuesday Pennant Draw

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Women’s Tuesday Pennant Contacts

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Women’s Tuesday Pennant Conditions of Play

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Women’s Saturday Pennant Draw

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Women’s Saturday Pennant Contacts

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Women’s Saturday Pennant Conditions of Play

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Women’s Friday Night Pennant Draw

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Women’s Friday Night Pennant Contacts

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Women’s Friday Night Conditions of Play

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Schedule of Fines and Administration Fees

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Metropolitan Bowling Club Details

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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 1 2013

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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 Sport and Recreation Sport and Recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier and safer communities. www.dsr.wa.gov.au Crown Perth A World of Entertainment www.crownperth.com.au APIA Rewarding experience www.apia.com.au Aero Bowls World For all your bowling needs www.aerobowls.com Henselite Choice of Champions www.henselite.com.au www.perthbowlscentre.com.au BCiB Bowling Club Insurance Brokers www.bcib.com.au Healthway A happier WA www.healthway.com.au Solargain Solar energy specialists www.solargain.com.au

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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.

Finance & Governance Wiggy Harley (Ch) Patrick Buller, Graham Leeks, Derek Boardman

Bowls WA is made up of 207 clubs (metro-67, country -140) with a total of 17,967 members (male-11,909 female 6,058) 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 The Governor of Western Australia His Excellency Malcolm McCusker AV CVO QC Bowls WA Vice Patrons Beryl Brennan & Bill Gilbride Bowls WA Board Patrick Buller (President)................0417 934 646 Graham Leeks.................................0412 277 233 Kerry Andersen...............................0409 299 829 Wendy Ireland.................................0418 902 820 Wiggy Harley...................................0427 956 411 Therese Hastings........................... 0400 052 235 Hendy Cowan.................................0429 920 491 Derek Boardman.............................0418 768 897 Bowls WA Staff Bowls WA Office...................................9340 0800 CEO Ken Pride....................................9340 0808 Communications / Jack Hi...................9340 0807 Admin/Reception.................................9340 0806 Competitions and Events.....................9340 0811 Accounts..............................................9340 0802 High Performance................................9340 0803 Inclusive Practices...............................9340 0804

Membership and Participation Wendy Ireland (Ch) Clive Adams, John Ilian, Daniel Woodrow Bowls Management Graham Leeks (Ch) John Goddard, Max Petrich, Tom Gates, Peter Falconer, Angela Booth, Anne Lilley, Merle Burn, Brian Burton, Therese Hastings, Des Jones, Michael Goble-Garratt, John Lewis, Kerry Andersen, Jaewyn Norton. Fixtures and Events Therese Hastings (Ch) Brian Burton, Ian Marshall, John Bridge, Ian Wittber, Marc Abonnel, Wayne Molloy, Leonie Potts, Lyn Wall, Di Anderton, Helen Hamilton, Elizabeth Petrich Rules Michael Goble-Garratt (Ch) George Bydder, William Cowan, Susan Hogg, Michael Miller, Dennis Green, Wiggy Harley Greens and Infrastructure Des Jones (Ch) Norm Anderton, Neville Nash, Kevin Lynch, Jim Powell, Gary Pollett, Bill Blakely, Dicky Dawe High Performance and Coaching Brian Jeppesen, Pieter Harris, Lindsay Thorn, Roma Dunn, Tony Hockey, Jaewyn Norton, Colin Johnson, Roger Barns

Community Development Officer Daniel Woodrow..............................0408 136 831 Sunday Times Bowls Clive Adams....................................0418 941 365 Bowls WA Photographer John Bellenger.....................................9498 7468

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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 League cannot run Pennant competitions against Bowls WA Open Events, without first writing and seeking permission from the Chief Executive Officer. 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. ATTIRE The appropriate clothing to be worn for Bowls Australia or Bowls WA events; as described in the Bowls Australia Attire 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 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. 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 abandoned. 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 draw has been completed not meeting the requirements of one or more Laws of the Sport of Bowls or Bowls WA Field of Play Rules or Specific Event Conditions of Play. HOME CLUB The club that pays the players capitation fee to Bowls WA. 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 As defined by Australia Masters Qualifications Policy available from the Bowls Australia website (www.bowlsaustralia.com.au). 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 Novice is a first or second year capitated player. NOVICE EVENT An event, competition or tournament reserved for Novice players. OVER 60’S A player aged 60 years or over. information correct as of September 1 2013

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BOWLS WA EVENTS AND COMPETITIONS - FIELD OF PLAY RULES 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 replacement player is one who is appointed to take the place of an intended member prior to the start of the competition. The appointment of a replacement player will be subject to the approval of the Controlling Body. SUBSTITUTE PLAYER A Substitute is a member who acts as a proxy for an intended member or a constituted player in a team who is unavailable or physically incapable and therefore prevented from attending or continuing in a game. 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 and Bowls WA Field of Play Rules. 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. VETERANS 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 Only capitated members of clubs are eligible to take part in Bowls WA Competitions and Events, subject to membership restrictions applied by individual clubs. 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

Multiple club membership A Player who is a member of more than one club shall; (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi)

Pay capitation at only one club which shall be regarded as the player’s Home Club. Play Pennant for their Home Club. 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. Play Club Championships at their Home Club If a player transfers Home Club’s 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. 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 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. Once the draw has been published, no late entries will be accepted. Players/teams on a waiting list may only be considered up until 24 hours prior to the commencement of the event to replace a withdrawn player/team only.

3. Replacement Players and Substitutes Replacement Players and Substitutes may be used in Bowls WA events and competitions, under the following conditions: 3.1 When it is known prior to the commencement day of an event that replacement players or substitutes will be used in a team; Bowls WA must be immediately notified. 3.2 When a team requires the use of a replacement player or substitute on the day of and prior to the commencement of, or during the event or on any other day of the event; the Umpire of the Day and officiating Match Committee at the relevant venue must be immediately notified and permission sort to use the replacement player or substitute. 3.3 Replacement players and substitutes may only be used in accordance with the Laws of the Sport of Bowls; Domestic Regulations. 3.4 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. 4.3 The recipient of a forfeit shall be awarded a win. 4.4 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 players 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.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS 4.5

A team or singles player that forfeits one or more games in sectional play will be considered as never entering the event and all previous scores shall be deleted. Except where 4.4 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. Practice 6.1 If a team or singles player that has not yet played is due to meet a team or singles player that has already played on the same day, the team or singles player can practice as long as: ► The Controlling Body gives approval; ► There is enough time available without delaying the event; and ► Another rink is available apart from that on which the team or singles has been drawn to play later that day. 6.2 If a team or singles player has already played on the same green on the same day, that team or singles player can practice in accordance with 6.1 above if they have a Bye. 6.3 The Controlling Body should allocate the rink on which a team or singles player can practice. 6.4 If two teams or two singles players are entitled to practice: ► They can practice together; and ► The format of, and the number of bowls used in, the practice should be decided by the players concerned according to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 7. Late Appearance 7.1 In all Bowls WA events 30 minutes is allowed beyond the scheduled starting time. If at the end of 30 minutes a side, team or player is not present and no replacement player or substitute is available the opponent will be awarded a forfeit. 7.2 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. 7.3 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. 8. Player Protection 8.1 A player, coach or official engaged in State Championships under the control of Bowls WA, National or International Events under the control of Bowls Australia or World Bowls shall be protected by the Zone, League, Region or Club concerned if simultaneously engaged in a Zone, League, Region or Club Championship. 8.2 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. 8.3 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 Bowls WA Open Events; West Australian Qualifying Round for the Australian Open; Australian Open and selection trials for the Australian Sides Championship. 8.4 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. 9. Trial Ends 9.1 Before start of play in any game, or on the resumption of an unfinished competition or game on another day, the Controlling Body may permit one trial end each way using as many bowls as will be used in the game according to the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 9.2 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.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS 9.3

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.

10. Attire The appropriate clothing to be worn for Bowls Australia or Bowls WA events; as described in the Bowls Australia Attire 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. 11. Smoking and the Consumption of Alcohol Any lit or unlit smoking implement and alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the greens during any Bowls WA Competition or Event. 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. 12. Use of Mobile Phones and Electronic Devices All mobile phones must be turned to silent (or vibrate) whilst on the banks or greens when play is in progress. (i) Permission to use a mobile phone must be sought from the Umpire of the Day. (ii) For the first offence on that day, the player shall be warned by the Umpire of the Day. (iii) For the second offence a fine will be applied and thereafter a fine for each and every continuing offence. (iv) Electronic Devices are not permitted e.g. iPod’s or Radios. 13. 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. 13.1 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. 13.2

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

14. Photographs All photographs that are taken at Bowls WA Association Events by the Official Bowls WA Photographer remain the property of Bowls WA.

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BOWLS WA GENERAL CONDITIONS 15. Players Transferring Clubs 15.1 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 writiing 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. (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. 15.2

Out of Pennant Season Transfer 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 President and/or the CEO of Bowls WA shall appoint a mediator to resolve the dispute and the player may not play for any other club until the dispute is resolved.

15.3 Interstate Clearance 15.3.1 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. 15.3.2 Any capitated 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. 16. Umpire of the Day 16.1 While several umpires may officiate on any one day, only one (1) Umpire shall be designated as the Umpire of the Day. 16.2 The umpire of the day may delegate a representative to monitor the temperature. 16.3 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. 17. Fines and Administration Fees Any fine or administration fee shall be paid to Bowls WA in accordance with the invoice issued to: â–ş The Secretary of the Club where; the Club is liable for an administration fee or is being fined. â–ş 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. Appeals Process Any administrative decision by a Bowls WA Committee, fine or administration fee imposed, may be appealed through the following process: (i) (ii) (iii)

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A written appeal with an explanation and listing all mitigating circumstances is to be lodged with the Bowls Management Committee within 48 hours of the written notification of the decision. The Bowls Management Committee will consider the appeal, and provide the lodger with a written copy of their findings. A Sub Committee of seven (7) members of the Bowls 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. The committee would comprise three male and three female members and be selected on a rotational basis as required. The decision of the Bowls Management Committee is final.

19. Delaying Play If the Umpire, 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; ► If the player commits the same offence a second time 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. ► If the player offends a third time the game will be forfeited to the opponent. 20. Death at the venue or in transit 20.1 Death in transit Should a Players Death occur in transit, the match in question is immediately abandoned. 20.2 Death at the venue 20.2.1 Should there be a death of a player immediately prior to or during the match, that match will be abandoned. 20.2.2 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. 20.3 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. 20.4 Other Bowls events. The controlling body shall determine when and if the event shall be replayed/rescheduled. 21. 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 Controlling Body may request the player to retire from the green and take no further part in the match. 21.1 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 law 1.3.3 and law 1.3.10 will apply. The umpire’s decision is final.

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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 General Conditions are available on the website www.bowlswa.com.au and on page 10. 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. 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 2013-2014 season will be distributed throughout the year via 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. LATE ENTRIES will not be automatically accepted. All late entries must be received in writing (letter, email or fax). DRAWS will be posted on the Bowls WA Website. CANCELLATIONS must 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 or be disqualified. 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 maintained by Bowls WA, and held at the Bowls WA Office. Replica trophies or certificates 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. THE FIXTURES AND EVENTS COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER THE CONDITIONS OF PLAY AT ANY TIME The 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 capitated.

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BOWLS WA EVENT INFORMATION ● Entries must be made to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee, PO Box 123, Osborne Park WA 6917 no later than 4.30pm on the closing date shown on the official Entry Form. Late entries will be accepted only at the discretion of the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee. ● All entries shall be subject to the approval of the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee, which reserves the right to refuse entry without giving reason for such refusal. ● 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 Match Committee that shall approve/decline the request. DRUGS IN SPORT A competitor shall not knowingly make use of any drug to enhance their performance. Infringement of this condition may mean disqualification. A list of prohibited drugs is available on the ASADA Website. (www.asada.gov.au) LIABILITY Bowls WA accepts no liability or responsibility for loss, theft or damage to a participant’s equipment. SUSPENDEND PLAYERS In the event of a player being suspended by Bowls WA, the player shall not be eligible to enter or play in any Bowls WA event during the period of suspension.

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS MAJOR EVENTS 2013/2014 National

National Under 18 Championships Sept 30 - Oct 3, Sorrento WA National Champion of Champions Oct 11-13, Ascot Park SA Over 60’s Australian Championship Oct 22-25, Geelong Vict. Australian Premier League Nov 19-22, Pine Rivers Qld Australian Open February 16-21, Darebin Vict National Super 6 March 28-29, Burnie Tas Australian Sides Championships March 31-April 3, Burnie Tas Australian Indoor Singles August 18-21, Tweed Heads, NSW

State

Women’s Australian Open Qualifying (Singles, Pairs, Fours) Oct 5-7 Men’s Australian Open Qualifying (Singles, Pairs, Fours) Oct 16-18 Women’s Veterans Day Oct 9 Men’s State Fours Oct 19,20 & 27 State Mixed Pairs - Australian Open Qualifying Nov 10-11 Women’s State Fours Dec 1,2&4 Bowls World Women’s State Pairs Dec 15,16&18 Bowls World Men’s State Pairs Dec 27-30 Women’s 100up Singles Jan 8-10 Bluesky Healthcare State Singles; Men Jan 19&25-27, Women Jan 25-27 Men’s Country Allstars v Men’s State Squad February 27 Men’s Country Week Feb 28 & March 1-7 Women’s Country v Metro Challenge March 16 Women’s Country Week March 17-23 Henselite Men’s and Women’s State Triples April 5-7 Under 18 State Championships April 12-17 Men’s Champion of Club Champion Singles & Novice Singles April 12-13 Women’s Champion of Club Champion Pairs April 12-13 Women’s Inter Region Round Robin April 12-13 Men’s 3rd Division and Under Singles and Pairs April 19-22 Women’s Champion of Club Champion Singles & Novice Singles April 26-27 Men’s Champion of Club Champion Pairs April 26-27 Australian Indoor Singles Qualifying Women May 3-4, Men May 17-18

Over 60’s

Women’s Over 60’s State Singles Oct 30-31 & Nov 1 Women’s Over 60’s State Pairs Nov 13-15 Men’s Over 60’s Triples Dec 9-11 Men’s Over 60’s Pairs February 10-12 Women’s Over 60’s Triples March 5-7 Men’s Over 60’s State Singles March 17-19

Prestigous and Other Events

Country Zone/League

Women’s ILRR Pairs - SWZ Nov 20-21 Women’s ILRR Pairs - EZ, SZ, NZ Nov 23-24 Men’s Inter League Round Robin Jan 10-12 Men’s Inter Zone Round Robin Feb 8-9 Women’s ILRR Fours - EZ Feb 8-9 Women’s ILRR Fours - SZ, SWZ Feb 12-14 Women’s ILRR Fours - NZ Feb 15-16 Women’s IZRR Pairs - Feb 22-23 Women’s IZRR Fours - March 29-30

Women’s Veterans Day to be advised Sorrento Men’s Master Singles Nov 24 & Dec 1-3 Doubleview Men’s Master Pairs February 16, 23-25 Mosman Park Women’s Master Singles February 28 - March 1 North Beach Women’s Master Pairs April 8-10 Bowls WA Corporate Shield April 26 Internations Bowls Carnival May 3-4 information correct as of September 1 2013

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SEPTEMBER 2013 Mon

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26 2 9 16 23 30

27 28 29 30 31 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 2 3 4 5 6

STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 14-15 WA v Vict. Series (Women) 22-23 Country Coaching Enhancement 30, 1-3 National Under 18 Championships (WA)

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 7-8 Spring Carnival Safety Bay 7-8, 14-16 Consistency Singles Mt Lawley 21-22 Bethanie Villages Spring Fours Dalk/Ned 29 Open Fours Carnival Manning WOMEN Date Event Club 13 Chris Bursey Spring Carnival Warwick 19-20 Ladies Spring Fours Dalk/Nedlands 24-27 Consistency Singles Mt Lawley MIXED Date Event NO EVENTS LISTED

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COUNTRY EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 5 Men’s Fours Moodiarrup 7 Westonia Fours Westonia 7-8 Batavia Classic Denison 7-8 Spring Carnival Port Bouvard 7-8 Golden Ram Fours Wagin 8 S/W King Scroungers Championship Eaton 9 1/2 Day Pairs Westonia 10 Golden Nugget Carnival Kalgoorlie 14-15 G. Aitken Split Fours Eaton 15-17 Boulder Race Round Carnival Boulder 19-20 Boulder Race Round Carnival Boulder 21-22 Men’s Classic Kulin 21-22 Spring Carnival Fours Wongan Hills 22 Split Fours Halls Head 25 Open Men’s Fours Capel 25-26 Alcoa Split Fours Waroona 27 AG Supplies Pre Season Fours Bruce Rock 29-30 Merredin Club Opening Day Merredin WOMEN Date Event Club 5 Ladies Open Day Denison 10 Spring Triples Mandurah 10 Ladies Open Day Geraldton 12 Murray Criddle Triples Northampton 13 Waroona Invitation Fours Waroona 18-19 Geraldton Ladies Classic Geraldton 20 Split Fours Meadow Springs 24 Pemberton Gala Day Pemberton 26 Ladies Fours Moodiarrup 27 Yunderup Spring Carnival Yunderup MIXED Date Event 3 Open Cash Pairs 16 Ray’s Day Mixed Triples 23 Any Combination Fours

Club Bunbury Albany Boyup Brook

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

OCTOBER 2013 Mon

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Sun

30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 30,1-3 National Under 18 Championships (WA) 5-7 Men’s Australian Open Qualifying 9 Women’s Veterans Day 11-13 National Champion of Champions (SA) 16-18 Women’s Australian Open Qualifying 19-20, 27 Men’s State Fours 22-25 Over 60’s Australian Championships (Vict) 30-31,1 Women’s Over 60’s State Singles

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 13 Purslowe Plate Men’s Fours Midland Morrison 27 Kenny Martin Memorial Triples Hilton Park WOMEN Date Event Club 4 Spring Fours Gosnells 11 Mareena Purslowe Gala Day Willetton 11 Gala Day Mosman Park 11 Gala Day Warwick 12-13 Spring Carnival Safety Bay 13 Lightning Fours 1000 Mt Pleasant 18 Gala Day Bullcreek 18 Fun Day Mills Park 25 Gala Day Armadale 25 Open Medley Fours Mundaring 26 Gala Day Wanneroo MIXED Date Event Club 6 Brookwood Open Mixed Pairs Mundaring 30 Any Combination Jack Pairs Mills Park

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COUNTRY EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 1-2 XXXX Open Men’s Fours Bunbury 2 Binnu Bandits Northampton 2 Pemberton Hotel Invitation Fours Pemberton 4 Kellerberrin Invitation Day Kellerberrin 4 Mukinbudin Open Day Mukinbudin 4-5 Stanbee Stockfeeds Mens Fours Yunderup 6 Drennan O’Malley Open Pairs Wonthella 8-9 Men’s Triples Carnival Albany 10 Nungarin Open Day Nungarin 10 Landmark Fours Narembeen 12-13 Mandurah Classic Mandurah 13 Kaka Threes Open Denison 13 Caffell Shield Tammin 15-16 Invitation Fours Middleton Beach 16 Kalannie Klassic Men’s Fours Kalannie 16-17 Golden Pipeline Invitation Cunderdin 18 D Saunders / W Castle Open Pairs Eaton 22-23 Kukerin Men’s Classic Kukerin 27 Dyson Jones Fours Corrigin 28 Mixed Divorced Pairs Eaton 29 Beacon Open Day Beacon 30-31 John Brand Invitation Pairs Eaton WOMEN Date Event Club 3 Invitation Day Kondinin 4 Righters Quadraparite Fours Geraldton 4 Zone Friendship Day Bunbury 9 Open Pairs Pinjarra 11 Gala Day Halls Head 11 AG Lime/Gypsum Invitation Day Wyalkatchem 11 Dandaragan Fours Dandaragan 12-13 Gingin Ladies Classic Gingin 13 Super I.G.A. Open Fours Wonthella 14-15 Kulin Ladies Classic Kulin 16 Gala Day Port Bouvard 17 Ladies Gala Day Denmark 18 Open Triples Capel 19 Ladies Open Day Merredin 19-20 Dalwallinu Invitation Day Dalwallinu 19-20 Classic Fours Dudley Park 20 Shackleton Invitation Day Shackleton 22 Beacon Open Day Beacon 25 Gala Day Eaton 25 Moora Open Day Moora 25 William Barrett Gala Day Donnybrook 26-27 Ladies Gala Weekend Civic Merredin 31,1 Ladies Fours Open Carnival Dunsborough information correct as of September 1 2013


BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

COUNTRY EVENTS MIXED Date Event Club 2 Invitation Fours Pemberton 6 Bowls HQ/Taylor Bowls Mixed Carnival Dudley Park 12 IGA Mixed Fours Balingup 12 Mixed Fours Classic Binningup 13 Any Combination Triples Narrogin 20 Freshwater Mixed Fours Dandaragan 20 W.Upton Memorial Open Triples Bunbury 21 Ken Rowell Open Mixed Fours Dunsborough 22 Open Mixed Triples Middleton Beach 27 Open Mixed Fours Meadow Springs 31 World of Cars Mixed Fours Albany

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

NOVEMBER 2013 Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

28 4 11 18 25 2

29 5 12 19 26 3

30 6 13 20 27 4

31 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 14 15 16 17 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 1 5 6 7 8

STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 30-31,1 Women’s Over 60’s State Singles 10-11 Mixed Pairs Australian Open Qualifying 13-15 Women’s Over 60’s State Pairs 19-22 Australian Premier League 20-21 Women’s ILRR Pairs (SWZ) 23-24 Women’s ILRR Pairs (EZ, SZ, NZ)

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 13 Men’s Open Split Fours Yanchep 24,1-3 Masters Singles Sorrento 27,29,4,6 Senior Master Pairs Hollywood-Subiaco WOMEN Date Event 1 Gala Day 1 Gala Day 8 Gala Day 8 Versatility Fours 15 Invitation Day 15 Gala Day 21 Ladies Night Pairs 22 Gala Day 22 Gala Day 22 Gala Day 29 Gala Day 29 Gala Day 29 Invitation Day

Club North Beach Yokine Rockingham Cambridge Scarborough Bassendean Osborne Park Leeming Bedford Joondalup Roleystone Melville Innaloo

MIXED Date Event Club 3 Any Combination Triples Midland Morrison 24 2nd Div & Under Split Fours Mills Park

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COUNTRY EVENTS LEAGUE/ZONE Date Event 20-21 Women’s ILRR Pairs - SWZ 23-24 Women’s ILRR Pairs - EZ, SZ, NZ MEN Date Event Club 3 Stirling Bulk Men’s Pairs Cranbrook 6 Elders Fours Williams 7 Ryan’s Open Men’s Pairs Cowaramup 7 Archer & Sons Drawn Pairs Binningup 8 Cockies Triples Eaton 10 Young Motors Pairs Geraldton 10 Trader’s Day Pairs Albany 10 Rocco Caradi Triples Merredin 13 IGA Open Fours Augusta 13 Open Triples Northam 13 Open Men’s Fours Port Bouvard 14 Men’s Landmark Pairs Middleton Beach 20 Panel & Paint Open Triples Bindoon 20 Men’s Triples Walpole 22 Men’s Gala Day Pairs Busselton 24 Hancock Memorial Open Triples Bunbury 24 Fours Lake Yealering 24 Combined Sponsored Fours Bruce Rock 27-28 Men’s Invitation Fours Classic Brunswick 27 William Barrett Fours Donnybrook WOMEN Date Event Club 1 Gala Day Meadow Springs 1 Medley Pairs Bunbury 1 Quairading Invitation Day Quairading 8 Gala Day Binningup 8 Narembeen Open Fours Narembeen 12 Ladies Gala Day Mt Barker 14-15 Jackpot Fours Wagin 15 Cervantes Triples Cervantes 15 Invitation Fours Collie 15 Gala Day Boddington 16 Tammin Invitation Day Tammin 17 Karen Wahlsten Memorial Open Day Westonia 17 Open Day Pingelly 21 Gala Day York 22 Gala Day Yunderup 22 Gala Day Harvey 23-24 Ladies Classic Busselton 26 Ladies Gala Day Cranbrook 29 Invitation Fours Boyanup 29 Split Fours Pinjarra 29 Ladies Triples Margaret River 29 Gala Day Bridgetown information correct as of September 1 2013


BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS WOMEN Cont. Date Event 18 Pingelly Ladies Gala Day 22 York Gala Day 23 Yunderup Gala Day 23 Gala Day 24-25 Busselton Ladies Classic

Club Pingelly York Yunderup Brunswick Busselton

MIXED Date Event Club 3 Mixed Fours Dalwallinu 7 Bethany Mixed Fours Emu Point 10 Archers Mixed Fours Manjimup 10 Cellars Invitation Mixed Triples Boyanup 10 Harvest Bowls Mixed Fours Gingin 14 Noakes Mixed Triples Margaret River 16-17 King Karra Carnival Pemberton 17 Mitchell & Brown Open Fours Wonthella 17 Sandown Mixed Triples Badgingarra 19 Bethany Mixed Pairs Mt Barker

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

DECEMBER 2013 Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

25 2 9 16 23 30

26 27 28 29 30 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 1 2 3 4 5

STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 1-2,4 Women’s State Fours 9-11 Men’s Over 60’s Triples 15-16,18 Women’s State Pairs 27-30 Men’s State Pairs

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 1 Division 2 and Under Fours Midland Morrison 8 Box’s All Stars Classic Yokine 22 Christmas Fours Bassendean WOMEN Date Event Club 6 Gala Day Sports Association 6 Christmas Gala Day Mt Pleasant 6 Gala Day Cambridge 6 Ladies Carnival Kwinana 13 Gala Day Mundaring 13 Gala Day Osborne Park 13 Christmas Carnival Rossmoyne 20 Ladies Night Pairs Osborne Park MIXED Date Event Club 8 Open Mixed Christmas Carnival Quinns Rocks 11 Festivity Pairs Mundaring 15 Any Combination Triples Midland Morrison 15 BCiB Festive Mixed Fours Nollamara

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COUNTRY EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 3 Paul Fulcher Men’s Triples Mt Barker 3-4 Merino Fours Wickepin 4 Open Triples Northam 6 Archer & Sons Open Men’s Triples Bunbury 8 Bill Main Fours Kellerberrin 8 Kimberley Freerange Beef Open Fours Guilderton 8 Multi Sponsored Fours Civic, Merredin 8 Bendigo Bank Open Fours Toodyay 12 Open Men’s Pairs Denmark 12 Country Fresh Meats Xmas Pairs Narrogin 15 Colin Bunter Memorial Fours Wonthella 17 Neil Gill / Alan Bott Fours Brookton 28-29 New Years Carnival Halls Head WOMEN Date Event Club 5 League Open Singles Moora 5 Bolgart Gala Day Bolgart 5-6 Rainbow Coast Classic Middleton Beach 6 Gala Day Brunswick 6 Gala Day Ledge Point 6 Corrigin Ladies Day Corrigin 7-8 Mandurah Classic Fours Mandurah 9 Open Triples Eaton 12 Ladies Triples Frankland 13 Gala Day Capel 14 Ladies Fours Dumbleyung MIXED Date Event Club 1 Bendigo Bank - Mixed Triples Cranbrook 5 Solargain Mixed Pairs Cowaramup 8 Any Combination Fours Boyup Brook 12 Colin White Memorial Day Margaret River 13 Open Mixed Fours Yunderup 15 Invitation Divorced Pairs Eaton 15 Rino Klanjscek Mixed Pairs Manjimup 17 Frankland Rural Mixed Pairs Cranbrook 29 Open Mixed Fours Capel

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

JANUARY 2014 Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

30 6 13 20 27 3

31 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9

STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 8-10 Women’s 100up Singles 10-12 Men’s Inter League Round Robin 19, 25-27 Men’s State Singles 25-27 Women’s State Singles

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 4-5 Touch of Class Victoria Park Carlisle 4-5 Bedford Bowl Bedford 19 Division 2 & Under Fours Midland Morrison WOMEN Date Event Club 2-3 Classic Pairs Victoria Park Carlisle 10 Gala Day Sorrento 16 Ladies Night Pairs Osborne Park 17 Gala Day Yanchep 17 Andreas Pearl Day East Fremantle 19-20 Ladies Classic Set Pairs Wanneroo 23 Ladies 3 Bowl Pairs Joondalup 31 Donovan Fours Bedford MIXED Date Event Club 4-5 LJ HookerAny CombinationTriples Rossmoyne 19 Champagne Breakfast Fours Mills Park 19 Champagne Breakfast Fours Rossmoyne 26 Australia Day Open Mixed Pairs Mundaring

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COUNTRY EVENTS LEAGUE/ZONE Date Event 10-12 Men’s Inter League Round Robin MEN Date Event Club 2 Financial Wisdom Pairs Margaret River 2 Triples Brookton 4-5 Busselton 1000 Busselton 4-5 Alcoa Open Pairs Yarloop 4-5 Denmark Men’s Carnival Demark 4-5 Cervantes Open Men’s Fours Cervantes 7 Bolton Consulting & Tyrepower Fours Corrigin 7-8 Men’s Classic Fours Emu Point 8 Open Men’s Fours Goomalling 8 Murray Criddle Threes Wonthella 8 Manunda Triples Tammin 14 Welcome Pairs Manjimup 14-15 Johnny Lewer Smash Repairs Dudley Park 14-15 Golden Grains Kellerberrin 15 Open Men’s Triples Northam 15 Roger Cooke Memorial Veteran Pairs Wickepin 16 Wongan Open Triples Wongan Hills 16 Open Triples Dudley Park 15-16 Invitation Fours Manjimup 15-16 L.I.A. Men’s Invitation Fours Classic Collie 18-19 Jurien Open Men’s Fours Jurien 19 Men’s Open Fours Kojonup 19 Thompson Pairs Tammin 19 Yuna Men’s Threes Northampton 19 Hadley Open Men’s Fours Dunsborough 21-22 Viterra Wool Invitation Fours Mt Barker 25 Men’s Fours Darkan 25-26 Open Men’s Fours Carnival Cowaramup 25-26 Kailis Men’s Fours Carnival Denison 26 Australia Day Fours Narembeen 28-29 Classic Pairs Albany 29 Open Triples York 29 Augusta Hotel Men’s Pairs Augusta

information correct as of September 1 2013


BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS WOMEN Date Event Club 2-3 53rd Ladies Carnival Fours Busselton 4-5 53rd Ladies Carnival Fours Bunbury 16 Ladies Classic Hopetoun 17 Gala Day Dudley Park 18-19 Ladies Classic Eaton 19 Ian Blayney Australia Day Fours Geraldton 23 Open Day Cunderdin 23-24 Invitation Ladies Fours Kojonup 31 Gala Day Lancelin MIXED Date Event Club 1 W.O.G.S. Day Mixed Pairs Albany 3 W.M Barrett & Sons Invitation Mixed Triples Boyanup 4 Mixed Fours Narembeen 5 Mixed Open Fours Wickepin 7 Ocean Clipper Pairs Mt Barker 8 Bendigo Bank Mixed Fours Dunsborough 12 GT Glass Mixed Fours Mandurah 15 Mixed Fours Walpole 19 Mixed Fours Pinjarra 19 Multi Sponsored Fours Williams 20 Mixed Fours Badgingarra 25 Australia Day Mixed Fours Narembeen 25 Australia Day Mixed Fours Pingelly 25-26 Mixed Fours Balingup 26 Tim Hanney Mixed Triples Dudley Park

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

FEBRUARY 2014 Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 8-9 Women’s ILRR Fours (EZ) 8-9 Men’s Inter Zone Round Robin 10-12 Men’s Over 60’s State Pairs 12-14 Women’s ILRR Fours (SZ, SWZ) 15-16 Women’s ILRR Fours (NZ) 16-21 Australian Open (Darebin, Vict) 22-23 Women’s Inter Zone Round Robin Pairs 27 Country All Stars v Men’s State Squad 28, 1-7 Men’s Country Week

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 16,23-25 Master Pairs Doubleview 19 Chainsaw Massacre Split Fours Mundaring 21 Presidents Cup Morley 23 Div 2 & Under Fours Midland Morrison WOMEN Date Event Club 6 Ladies Night Carnival Osborne Park 7 Gala Day Dalkeith Nedlands 7 John Hughes Split Fours Leeming 7 Ladies Invitation Day Sorrento 14 Gala Day Cockburn 14 Gala Day Nollamara 20 Ladies Night Pairs Osborne Park 21 Div 3 & Under Carnival Warwick MIXED Date Event Club 5 Wizard Communications Carnival Warnbro 9 TAB Classic Open Split Fours Mills Park 16 Brits v Aussies Carnival Quinns Rocks 23 Mixed 3 Bowl Pairs Joondalup

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COUNTRY EVENTS LEAGUE/ZONE Date Event 8-9 Men’s Inter Zone Round Robin 8-9 Women’s ILRR Fours - EZ 12-14 Women’s ILRR Fours - SZ, SWZ 15-16 Women’s ILRR Fours - NZ 22-23 Women’s IZRR Pairs MEN Date Event Club 1 Yilgarn Pairs Yilgarn 2 Yilgarn Fours Yilgarn 2 Open Men’s Fours Toodyay 2 Clark Skinner / Elders Split Fours Cranbrook 2 M Taylor Triples Quairading 4 Invitation Day Quairading 4-5 Invitation Classic Fours Brookton 4-5 Open Triples Middleton Beach 5 Leeman Open Men’s Fours Leeman 5 Wintersun Hotel Open Triples Wonthella 5-6 R&I Hemley Inviitation Fours Eaton 6 Open Day Wyalkatchem 7 Woolyback Men’s Open Triples Bunbury 8 John Coote Memorial Pairs Eaton 8-9 Open Fours Condingup 9 Duncan Pairs Doodlakine 9 Open Day Bencubbin 11 HNS & WFI Triples Corrigin 11-12 Men’s Classic Lake Grace 12 Tammin Invitation Day Tammin 12-13 Classic Invitation Fours Margaret River 12-13 Men’s 2 Day Classic Bolgart 13 Open Day Koorda 16 Open Men’s Fours Ballidu 16 Busselton Carnival Pairs Busselton 18 Wool Agency Invitation Fours Pingelly 18 Farmpower New Holland Fours Civic Merredin 19 Tonox Open Men’s Fours Bindoon 19 Open Triples Northam 19 WA Chip Men’s Fours Pemberton 19-20 Bendigo Bank Open Split Fours Augusta 20 Premas Open Triples Pinjarra 20 EDSCO Triples Doodlakine 20 Myalup Service Station Fours Binningup 23 Elders Fours Narembeen

information correct as of September 1 2013


BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS WOMEN Date Event Club 2 Open Day Bencubbin 6 2000 Invitation Classic Wyalkatchem 6-7 Plantagenet Classic Mt Barker Golf 7 Invitation Fours Binningup 7 Gala Day Comet Bay 7 Gala Day Boyup Brook 12-13 ILRR Fours SW Capel 13 Open Day Koorda 14 Versatility Fours Meadow Springs 14 Ladies Open Day Yilgarn 14 Invitation Fours Harvey 14 Gala Day Wickepin 15-16 Augusta Hotel Fours Augusta 18 Gala Day Emu Point 20 Central Midlands League Pairs Dalwallinu 21 Invitation Triples Boyanup 21 Gala Day Waroona 21 Ladies Gala Day Cowaramup 21 Ladies Fours Darkan 23 Ladies Friendly Fours Bruce Rock MIXED Date Event Club 2 Invitation Mixed Fours Eaton 2 Dare Contract Services Invitational Mixed Fours Guilderton 2 Mathews Family Mixed Fours Mandurah 6 Cedar Armstrong Mixed Fours Cowaramup 6 Milros Grains Any Combo Fours Bridgetown 8 Any Combination Triples Lake Yealering 11 Fridge & Washer City Fours Denmark 14 Open Mixed Fours Waroona 16 Open Mixed Pairs Goomalling 20 Mixed Pairs Frankland 23 Open Mixed Split Fours Pinjarra 23 William Barrett Open Mixed Fours Dunsborough 25 Fridge & Washer City Mixed Fours Mt Barker 27 John Cook Memorial Fours Emu Point

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

MARCH 2014 Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 28, 1-7 Men’s Country Week 5-7 Women’s Over 60’s State Triples 17-19 Men’s Over 60’s State Singles 16 Women’s Country v Metro Challenge 17-23 Women’s Country Week 28-3 Australian Sides Championshsips (TAS)

METRO EVENTS

MEN Date Event Club 1-2 Retravision Carnival Rockingham 1-2 Thornlie Raven Classic Thornlie 2-3 Open Pairs Carnival Armadale 16 Morley Millions Men’s Pairs Morley 21 Presidents Day Pairs Wanneroo 30 Purslowe Plate Midland Morrison WOMEN Date Event Club 28-2 Master Singles Mosman Park 4 Pearces Plumbing Fours Sports Association 4 Gala Day Merriwa 7 Gala Day Pickering Brook 14 Nik Varga Carnival Willetton 14 Gala Day Kalamunda 14 Gala Day Scarborough 14 Gala Day Warnbro 18 Division 2 and Under Split Fours Thornlie 18 Gala Day Byford 20 Night Pairs Osborne Park 21 Open Pairs Safety Bay 21 Gala Day Spearwood 21 Versatility Day Bullcreek 25 Gala Day Rossmoyne 25-27 Ladies Master Triples Osborne Park 28 Gala Day Armadale 28 Gala Day Quinns Rocks 28 Golden Fours Morley 28 Gala Day Kardinya

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MIXED Date Event Club 1 Open Mixed Triples Carnival Spearwood 2 Fruity Mixed Fours Pickering Brook 16 Any Combination Triples Midland Morrison 16 2nd Division & Under Vict. Park Carlisle 16 Crayfish Fours Open Carnival Yanchep

COUNTRY EVENTS LEAGUE/ZONE Date Event 29-30 Women’s IZRR Fours MEN Date Event Club 1-2 Carnival Fours & Pairs Narrogin 3 Open Veteran’s Pairs (Over 65) Middleton Beach 9 Open Men’s Fours Calingiri 12 Summit Fertiliser Triples Lake Yealering 12 Bridgestone Tyre Service Invitation Triples Donnybrook 12 Mal Doney Memorial Fours Mandurah 13 Westcoast Wool Invitation Triples Mt Barker Golf 14 Men’s Gala Day Triples Busselton 16 Westonia Fours Westonia 16 Delray Canvas Open Mixed Pairs Bunbury 16 Men’s Triples Frankland 18-19 Men’s Classic Pairs Emu Point 18-19 Men’s Classic Newdegate 19 Hilton Bailey Memorial Fours Balingup 23 Green Range Men’s Triples Albany 25-26 Primaries Pairs Kojonup 26 Open Men’s Triples Northam 26 Karlgarin Invitation Pairs & Fours Karlgarin 26-27 Men’s 2 Day Classic Lancelin 30 Mackin Shield Tammin

information correct as of September 1 2013


BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS WOMEN Date Event Club 1-2 Classic Fours Jurien 1-2 Invitation Classic Bunbury 5 Gala Day Walpole 6 Ladies Gala Day Bindoon 6 Goomalling Gala Day Goomalling 7 Gala Day Mandurah 12 Gala Day Middleton Beach 14 Invitation Fours Collie 14 Bindoon Gala Day Bindoon 14 Gala Day Triples Leeman 28 Open Triples Yunderup MIXED Date Event Club 1-2 Any Combination Pairs Bridgetown 1-2 Mixed Fours Denmark 1-2 Mixed Fours Carnival Margaret River 9 Open Mixed Split Fours Comet Bay 11 Farmer’s Day Mixed Fours Mt Barker 12 TAB Open Mixed Triples Bunbury 13 Trader’s Day Open Mixed Fours Dunsborough 16 Weathersafe WA Open Cash Pairs Bunbury 20 Stocker Preston Mixed Triples Cowaramup 22 Retravision Open Cash Pairs Bunbury 23 Open Mixed Pairs Meadow Springs 25 Fridge & Washer City Middleton Beach 28 IGA Invitation Fours Donnybrook

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

APRIL 2014 Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS Date Event 5-7 Men’s & Women’s State Triples 12-13 Men’s Champion of Club Champion Singles 12-13 Men’s Champion of Club Champion Novice Singles 12-17 Under 18 State Championships 12-13 Women’s Inter Region Round Robin 12-13 Women’s Champion of Club Champion Pairs 19-22 Men’s 3rd Div & Under Singles & Pairs 26-27 Women’s Champion of Club Champion Singles 26-27 Women’s Champion of Club Champion Novice Singles 26-27 Men’s Champion of Club Champion Pairs 26 Bowls WA Corporate Shield 26-28 Men’s 3rd Div & Under Triples

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event 6 Men’s Fours 12-13 St Ives Cup 13 Men’s Classic Pairs 16 Men’s 2 Bowl Triples 26 Diggers’ Cup - Open Pairs

Club Forrestfield Cambridge Wanneroo Yanchep Gosnells

WOMEN Date Event Club 4 Gala Day Midland Morrison 8-10 Masters Pairs North Beach 11 April Carnival Innaloo 11 Fun Day Mills Park 11 Easter Gala Day Manning 11 Gala Day Forrestfield 15-16 Open Novice Singles Osborne Park

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MIXED Date Event Club 6 Any Combination Split Fours Mills Park 19-21 LJ Hooker Easter Mixed Pairs Rossmoyne 19-20 Open Easter Carnival Stirling 21 Easter Mixed Pairs Manning 25 Nominated Mixed Fours Manning 25 Anzac Day Mixed Triples Mundaring

COUNTRY EVENTS LEAGUE/ZONE Date Event 13-14 Women’s IZRR Fours MEN Date Event Club 3 Summit Realty Triples Binningup 4 Open Pairs Northam 4 Open Day Trayning 4 Solargain Men’s Pairs Eaton 5 Men’s Classic Crayfish Fours Ledge Point 5-6 Open Day Shackleton 5-6 Landmark Classic Fours Dalwallinu 5-6 Open Fours Northam 10 Wellington & Reeves Triples Mt Barker Golf 10 Styles Memorial Day Scaddan 10 Dash For Cash Pairs Bridgetown 11-13 Toyota Welcome Fours & Phoenix Shutdown Services Carnival Busselton 12 Open Men’s Fours York 12 Moora Open Men’s Fours Moora 12 Ray Brown Fours Williams 12-13 Trevors Carpets Open Fours Dunsborough 12-13 Invitation Classic Boddington 13 Open Pairs York 15-16 Country Classic Fours Harvey 19 Easter Pairs Margaret River 19 Westwool’s Invitation Fours Guilderton 19 Easter Pairs Narrogin 20 Oosh’s Fun Day Triples Lake Yealering 22-23 Men’s Fours Autumn Carnival Albany 26 Landmark Open Triples Gingin 26 Bunbury Diggers Day Men’s Triples Bunbury 26-27 Mullewa Golden Bowl Mullewa 26-27 Battery Wholesalers Men’s Classic Dudley Park

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS WOMEN Date Event Club 3-4 Champion of Champions Pairs Moora 4 Gala Day Williams 4 Gala Day Mt Barker Golf 4 Open Classic Trayning 6 Ross Mackay Open Nominated Pairs Wonthella 7-8 Invitation Triples Emu Point 10-11 Ladies Classic Brookton 10-11 Champion of Champion Singles Wongan Hills 10-11 Invitation Classic Fours Northam 10-11 Invitation Carnival Halls Head 12-13 Invitation Fours Manjimup 12-13 Two Day Versatility Classic Lancelin 15 Open Triples Busselton 16 Open Day Kellerberrin 16 Gala Day Pinjarra 26 Gala Day Toodyay MIXED Date Event Club 1 Mixed Pairs Walpole 4 Landmark Any Combination Fours Pemberton 5-6 Mixed Fours Carnival Brunswick 9 Hopman Cup Mixed Pairs Margaret River 10 Advanced Hearing Mixed Pairs Cowaramup 19 Easter Mixed Carnival Dudley Park 20 Morgan-Sudlow & Associates Open Mixed Fours Guilderton 30 Mixed Pairs Denmark

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

MAY 2014 Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

28 5 12 19 26 2

29 6 13 20 27 3

30 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 1 4 5 6 7 8

COUNTRY EVENTS MEN Date Event 3-4 May Carnival 3-4 Men’s Fours Carnival 4 Men’s TAB Sixes 17-18 Super Sixes 24-25 May Carnival - Fours 26 May Carnival - Pairs

Club Wonthella Mt Barker Eaton Halls Head Denison Denison

WOMEN Date Event Club STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS 2 Open Triples Comet Bay 6-9 Ladies May Carnival Geraldton Date Event Esperance 3-4 Women’s Australian Indoor Singles Qualifying 6-9 May Carnival 20-22 Gateway to North Ladies Fours Leeman 9-11 WA PBA Qualifying Denison 17-18 Men’s Australian Indoor Singles Qualifying 25-27 May Carnival - Ladies Fours 31-4 Ladies Carnival Wonthella 23 Bowls WA Awards Night (Crown Perth)

METRO EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 3-4 LJ Hooker SuperBowl Triples Rossmoyne 3-4 Internations Bowls Carnival Cambridge 3-4 Autumn Carnival Men’s Fours Gosnells 11-12 Hilton Classic Hilton Park 18 Remax Split Fours Carnival Nollamara

MIXED Date Event Club 3 Cathie Rice Open Cash Pairs Bunbury 4 Open Mixed Fours Meadow Springs 16 Open Mixed Fours Cervantes 17 Invitation Any Combination Mixed Fours Ledge Point 17-19 May Mixed Carnival Wonthella 19-20 Open Easter Carnival Collie 19-21 Gateway to North Leeman 24-25 May Carnival Fours Denison 28 May Carnival Fours Denison

WOMEN Date Event Club 2 Gala Day Maylands 7-9 Touch of Style Victoria Park Carlisle 9 Gala Day Gosnells MIXED Date Event Club 5 Quick and the Dead Victoria Park Carlisle 18 Mixed Fours Forrestfield

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BOWLS WA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

JUNE 2014 Wed

Thur

JULY 2014

Mon

Tues

Fri

Sat

Sun

26 2 9 16 23 30

27 28 29 30 31 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 2 3 4 5 6

STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS NO EVENTS LISTED

Wed

Thur

Fri

Sat

Sun

30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 STATE/NATIONAL EVENTS METRO EVENTS

MEN - NO EVENTS LISTED

MEN Date Event 21 Winter Men’s Carnival Fours

WOMEN - NO EVENTS LISTED MIXED Date Event 8 Mixed Pairs

Club Forrestfield

COUNTRY EVENTS MEN Date Event Club 1-5 69th Men’s June Carnival Geraldton 10 June Carnival - Men’s Fours Northampton WOMEN Date Event Club 9 June Carnival-Ladies Fours Northampton

Tues

NO EVENTS LISTED

METRO EVENTS

MIXED Date Event 7-8 June Carnival Fours

Mon

Club Forrestfield

WOMEN - NO EVENTS LISTED MIXED Date Event 20 Mixed Open Fours

Club Leeming

COUNTRY EVENTS MEN - NO EVENTS LISTED WOMEN - NO EVENTS LISTED MIXED - NO EVENTS LISTED

Club Northampton

AUGUST 2014

AUGUST 2014

MEN - METRO Date Event Club 17 Fours Carnival Leeming 23-24 Undercover Country Men’s Fours Innaloo

WOMEN - COUNTRY Date Event 12-14 Ladies Classic 27 Open Day

Club Wonthella Wonthella

MEN - COUNTRY Date Event 23-24 August Classic - Open Fours

MIXED - COUNTRY Date Event 16-17 Mixed Fours

Club Mullewa

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Club Wonthella

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 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 capitated players of that gender to support the number of sides nominated for that gender. (iv) Cross gender substitution is only permitted when a club has insufficient players of the same gender and no other same gender substitutes are available to fill a side; refer to Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. 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 be a capitated member 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 their current Home Club; any State Authority; or Bowls Australia. 2.3 Multiple Club Membership A Player who is a member of more than one club shall; (i) Pay capitation at only one club which shall be regarded as the player’s Home Club. (ii) 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 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. (iii) A club will be forfeited and may incur a fine if: ► A club plays a player who is not capitated 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. 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. (vi) Clubs that will have more than one team in a colour/division will be asked at the time of the draw to grade their teams. (vii) Nominations are not a guarantee of placement into the specified division/colour.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS (viii) The appropriate Bowls WA Match 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. (ix) 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 who the home club will be. Combined club teams will be able to wear their own club uniform. 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 Match 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 appropriate Bowls WA Match 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 appropriate Bowls WA Match 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 up to and including the third (3rd) round of competition will 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. 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 which is 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 appropriate Bowls WA Match Committee. information correct as of September 1 2013

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 6. ANNUAL REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS All clubs shall throughout the season act with integrity towards the graded pennant competition and shall adhere to the Integrity Rule when registering players. Refer to the Integrity of Graded Pennants Policy available on the Bowls WA website. 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 in a manner likely to gain an unfair advantage or to distort the rankings of the lower ranked grade. 6.1

Player Registration Clubs are required to register on an annual basis all players in the Division and Colour in which they played as defined in the individual pennant competitions conditions of play.

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 13 - Player Protection. 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 No 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 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 with the Pennant Result Sheet. (iii) Home Clubs are required to inform visiting clubs as soon as possible. 8.2.2 If the host clubs greens are open or only temporally closed; Start of play may be deferred for up to sixty (60) minutes from the scheduled starting time. (i) Once play has commenced, but due to extreme conditions cannot continue, the game will be deferred for sixty (60) minutes cumulative, before the game can be abandoned. (ii) If after ninety (90) minutes cumulative the game is still defrred, the game MUST be abandonded. (iii) Restart of play must take into consideration any prescribed finishing time. (iv) Once play has commenced, every attempt should be made by the sides involved to play the required number of ends to constitute a game. (v) When extreme conditions continue to interrupt play see (i) 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. (viii) 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 with the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA headquarters within 48 hours of the abandonment. 8.2.3 In the case of a Club having closed grass greens due to inclement weather, but have a Synthetic Green available, the following conditions will apply: â–ş The Club MUST use the Synthetic Green if it is fit for Pennant and ALL teams at home on the day are able to be accommodated on the available synthetic green/s. â–ş The Club may NOT use the Synthetic Green if all teams at home on the day are NOT able to be accommodated on the availabl synthetic green/s.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 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 In the case of General Abandonment, games that have been rescheduled from that round due to player protection will also be treated as abandoned. Rescheduled games that are abandoned may not be rescheduled again and will be treated as a draw. 9. FORFEIT (i) A club forfeiting a game is required to notify the opposition club concerned as early as possible so as to avoid any inconvenience to that club. (ii) A club receiving a forfeit is responsible for completing and returning the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. (iii) A club that receives a forfeit shall be awarded all points, and the average shots for and against (percentage) from the round. (iv) A player whose name appears on the Pennant Result Sheet may not have played in another game in that round. Penalty: ► A club that forfeits will be fined for each offence. ► A club that forfeits a game during the Finals and Promotion Play-Off series shall be disqualified from further participation in the series. 10. BYE 10.1 In the event of a bye, no points shall be awarded. 10.2 Inequality of byes (i) If in a colour within a division there is inequality of byes the appropriate Bowls WA Match 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 appropriate Bowls WA Match Committee will determine the points and percentage allocation at the completion of the Home and Away fixtures. 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. BA 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. CROSS GENDER SUBSTITUTION Women from the club’s lowest division playing in the Women’s Tuesday Pennant Competition and men from the club’s lowest division playing in the Men’s Saturday/Midweek Pennant Competitions or when there is no Men’s or Women’s Pennant team may play in the opposite gender’s pennant competition with the following conditions: (i) Cannot be selected if eligible players of the opposite gender are available. (ii) May only play in the club’s lowest division and are regarded as substitutes. BA Laws of the Sport of Bowls. (iii) Must conform to the rules for sides dress in accordance with Bowls WA Field of Play Rules. (iv) Substitute/s must be identified on the Pennant Result Sheet. In extenuating circumstances clubs may seek dispensation by contacting the Chairperson of the appropriate Bowls WA Match Committee. Penalty: When Cross Gender Substitution is misused; the opposing team will be awarded a forfeit.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 13. 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 will be rescheduled as follows: (i) Men’s Saturday and Women’s Tuesday Pennant Competitions; all games affected by the absence of players will 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 appropriate Bowls WA Match Committee. (ii) The rescheduling of fixtures Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions will apply. 14. ATTIRE FOR PENNANT SIDES Attire for pennant sides is in accordance with Field of Play Rules. 15. GREENS Bowls WA Greens and Infrastructure Policy will apply. 16. 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. 17. BOWLS STICKERS 17.1 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. 17.2 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. 17.3 Finals and Promotional and Challenge Play Off series Team Managers shall toss for the use of the mat at neutral venues, the side winning the toss shall be considered the Home side and when applicable shall use Bowls WA nominated sponsor’s stickers. 18. 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. 19. 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, the lead and the second shall use three bowls each and the skip 2 bowls. (iii) A line shall be drawn on the card and at the completion of the game 25% of the teams score shall be deducted from the points scored below the line. (iv) The team with (3) players are to play as follows: Lead plays their three consecutive bowls in turn, then the second plays their three consecutive bowls in turn. Example - Team B is playing with three players: 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

Lead

Second

Second

Second

Skip

Skip

(v) If a team with a substitute already playing has another player withdraw, the team may play with three (3) players, who shall use three (3) bowls for the lead and the second, and the skip shall use two (2) bowls. Scoring shall be as in 19(iii) above.. (vi) 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.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 20. COMPLETION OF PENNANT RETURNS 20.1 Home and Away Fixtures (i) The Home Side is responsible for forwarding the Pennant Result Sheet to reach Bowls WA by the close of business the next working day. (ii) 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 capitation returns, no nicknames or abbreviated surnames are to be used. (iii) 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. (iv) Any substitute used must have the word “SUB” marked next to their name. (v) Cross Gender substitutes are to be clearly identified with an “M” or “F” circled next to the player’s name. (vi) The Home Side Manager must ensure that the name of the Umpire of the Day is entered on the form (vii) 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. 20.2 Byes, Forfeits, Rescheduled and Abandoned Games (i) A Pennant Result Sheet is not required to be lodged for a BYE. (ii) The Manager of a side receiving a FORFEIT is responsible for submitting the Pennant Result Sheet (iii) A Pennant Result Sheet is not required to be lodged in the case of a General Abandonment of a Fixture by Bowls WA (iv) The Home Side Manager is responsible for submitting the Pennant Result Sheet and the accompanying Umpire of the Day Cancellation of Play Report for individually abandoned games (v) The Home Side Manager is responsible for submitting a copy of the Pennant Result Sheet when play has been abandoned. 20.3 Finals and Promotion and Challenge Play Off Series It is the responsibility of the winning team to send the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA. Penalty: A fine will be applied for the late return of the Pennant Result Sheet. 21. SIDE MANAGER 21.1 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. 21.2 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 20 of these General Conditions. (iv) To effect the rink draw in accordance with Rule 18 of these General Conditions. (v) To ensure that the Pennant Result Sheet reaches Bowls WA by close of business the next working day. 22. SMOKING, CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL Any lit or unlit smoking implement and alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the greens during any Bowls WA Competition or Event. 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 or replacement player be permitted to take their place in the team. (iii) The team must play with a player short, and the three (3) remaining players shall play with only two (2) bowls each. (iv) If the team is reduced to less than three (3) players, the side must forfeit. 23. USE OF MOBILE PHONES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES All mobile phones must be turned to silent (or vibrate) whilst on the banks or green when play is in progress. Permission to use a mobile phone must be sought from the Umpire of the Day. Penalty: (i) For the first offence on that day, the player shall be warned by the Umpire of the Day. (ii) For the second offence a fine will be applied and thereafter a fine for each and every continuing offence. (iii) No Electronic Devices are permitted e.g. IPods or Radios.

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METROPOLITAN PENNANT COMPETITION - GENERAL CONDITIONS 24. FINALS AND PROMOTION PLAY OFFS 24.1 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 24.1(i) may make written application to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee, to play unqualified player/s. The Match 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. 24.2 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). 24.3 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. 25. PRIZES Clubs winning the Grand Final in each Pennant Division shall be presented with: ► A Pennant Flag ► A Pennant Plaque ► A monetary prize 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 26. 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

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MEN’S METROPOLITAN MIDWEEK PENNANTS Oct 24 & Jan 9 Oct 31 & Jan 16 Nov 7 & Jan 23 Nov 14 & Jan 30 Nov 21 & Feb 6 Nov 28 & Feb 13 Dec 5 & Feb 20 Dec 12 & Feb 27 Dec 19 & Mar 6

10v2 9v1 8v2 5v1 1v2 3v1 9v2 6v1 5v2

1v4 2v3 10v3 7v4 6v3 2v4 4v3 8v4 7v3

3v5 7v6 6v5 2v6 4v5 8v6 7v5 10v5 4v6

8v7 5v8 1v7 3v8 9v7 10v7 1v8 2v7 9v8

6v9 4v10 4v9 10v9 8v10 5v9 6v10 3v9 1v10

Notes:

Round 1 - 9 Home Teams Mentioned First: Rounds 10 - 18 Reverse Applies See page 48 Midweek Pennant Competition Conditions of Play Playoffs - the playoff in each Colour will be played as follows: Thursday 13th March Thursday 20th March

PLEASE CHECK www.bowlswa.com.au FOR CHANGES to FIXTURES

FIRST DIVISION - 3 RINKS PREMIER

1. OSBORNE PARK 2. DALKEITH NED 3. MOSMAN PARK 4. SAFETY BAY 5. SOUTH PERTH 6. STIRLING 7. WANNEROO 8. BASSENDEAN 9. DOUBLEVIEW 10. COCKBURN

WHITE

1. CAMBRIDGE 1 2. CAMBRIDGE 2 3. MANNING 4. BEDFORD 5. INNALOO 6. KALAMUNDA 7. VICT PARK CARL 8. WARNBRO 9. KARDINYA 10. WARWICK

SECOND DIVISION - 3 RINKS RED

1. DALKEITH NED 2. GOSNELLS 1 3. HILTON PARK 4. LAKE MONGER 5. PERTH & TATTS 6. SOUTH PERTH 7. MT. PLEASANT 1 8. MELVILLE 9. HOLLYWOOD SUBI 10. BELMONT CITY

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WHITE

1. GOSNELLS 2 2. MT PLEASANT 2 3. SAFETY BAY 4. EAST FREMANTLE 5. ROCKINGHAM 1 6. ROCKINGHAM 2 7. WARNBRO 8. BYFORD 9. COCKBURN 10. THORNLIE

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BLUE NORTH

BLUE SOUTH

BLUE

GOLD

1. BAYSWATER 2. OSBORNE PARK 3. SCARBOROUGH 4. THORNLIE 5. MORLEY 6. MT. LAWLEY 7. MUNDARING 8. WANNEROO 9. SORRENTO 10. DOUBLEVIEW

1. NORTH BEACH 1 2. MIDLAND MORR 3. BASSENDEAN 4. SWAN 5. KALAMUNDA 6. MORLEY 7. YOKINE 1 8. YOKINE 2 9. VALLEY 10. SORRENTO 1

1. MT. PLEASANT 2. SPEARWOOD 3. THORNLIE 4. MANNING 5. ARMADALE 6. LEEMING 7. MELVILLE 8. COMO 9. ROSSMOYNE 10. KARDINYA

1. OSBORNE PARK 2. NORTH BEACH 2 3. JOONDALUP 4. MERRIWA AFA 5. STIRLING 6. QUINNS ROCKS 7. SORRENTO 2 8. YOKINE 3 9. WARWICK 10. NOLLAMARA

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MEN’S METROPOLITAN MIDWEEK PENNANTS THIRD DIVISION - 3 RINKS RED

1. KARDINYA 2. FREMANTLE 3. SAFETY BAY 4. HILTON PARK 5. LEEMING 1 6. KWINANA 7. DALKEITH NED 8. MT. PLEASANT 9. WILLETTON 10. ROSSMOYNE 1

WHITE

1. CANNINGTON 2. KALAMUNDA 1 3. LEEMING 2 4. GOSNELLS 5. MANNING 6. ARMADALE 7. THORNLIE 8. VICT PARK CARL 9. ROSSMOYNE 2 10. MILLS PARK

FOURTH DIVISION - 3 RINKS RED

1. FREMANTLE 2. SPEARWOOD 3. KWINANA 4. KARDINYA 5. WARNBRO 6. ARMADALE 7. ROLEYSTONE 8. BYFORD 9. THORNLIE 10. WILLETTON

WHITE

1. MELVILLE 2. CAMBRIDGE 3. EAST FREMANTLE 4. MOSMAN PARK 5. DALKEITH NED 6. SOUTH PERTH 7. COMO 8. FORRESTFIELD 9. BELMONT CITY 1 10. BULL CREEK AFA

FIFTH DIVISION - 3 RINKS RED

1. MIDLAND MORR 2. PERTH & TATTS 3. GOSNELLS 4. BASSENDEAN 5. GLEN FORREST 6. MUNDARING 7. COMO 8. MANNING 1 9. PICKERING BROOK 10. ROSSMOYNE

WHITE

1. LEEMING 2. SPEARWOOD 3. MOSMAN PARK 4. SAFETY BAY 5. WARNBRO 6. MANNING 2 7. COCKBURN 8. MT. PLEASANT 9. BULLCREEK AFA 10. BYE

SIXTH DIVISION - 2 RINKS RED

1. THORNLIE 2. LEEMING 3. KARDINYA 4. KWINANA 5. ARMADALE 6. BYE 7. ROSSMOYNE 8. ROLEYSTONE 9. WILLETTON 1 10. WILLETTON 2

WHITE

1. LAKE MONGER 1 2. CANNINGTON 3. BEDFORD 4. BYE 5. BELMONT CITY 6. KALAMUNDA 7. BAYSWATER 8. MORLEY 1 9. MILLS PARK 10. MAYLANDS

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BLUE

GOLD

BLUE

GOLD

BLUE

GOLD

1. KALAMUNDA 2 2. SPORTS ASSOC 3. BEDFORD 4. SCARBOROUGH 5. MT. LAWLEY 6. NOLLAMARA 7. YOKINE 8. MUNDARING 9. SORRENTO 1 10. DOUBLEVIEW

1. BULLSBROOK 2. WANNEROO 3. MERRIWA AFA 4. BEDFORD 5. MORLEY 1 6. BELMONT CITY 2 7. STIRLING 8. WARWICK 1 9. NOLLAMARA 10. SORRENTO 1

1. SPORTS ASSOC 2. NORTH PERTH 3. NORTH BEACH 4. CAMBRIDGE 5. MAYLANDS 6. SCARBOROUGH 7. MT. LAWLEY 8. DALKEITH NED 9. BYE 10. INNALOO

1. WANNEROO 2. OSBORNE PARK 3. CAMBRIDGE 4. YANCHEP 5. QUINNS ROCKS 6. INNALOO 7. WARWICK 8. SORRENTO 2 9. JOONDALUP 1 10. JOONDALUP 2

1. WARWICK 2 2. WARWICK 3 3. LAKE MONGER 4. NORTH BEACH 5. OSBORNE PARK 6. MORLEY 2 7. SORRENTO 2 8. NORTH PERTH 9. INNALOO 10. HOLLYWOOD SUBI

1. WARWICK 1 2. WARWICK 2 3. YANCHEP 4. MERRIWA 5. BYE 6. OSBORNE PARK 7. WANNEROO 8. SORRENTO 9. JOONDALUP 10. VALLEY

BLUE

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MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANTS - CLUB CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Armadale Robert O’Meara 0447 185 396 Bassendean John Lynch 0428 599 748 Bayswater Colin Walmsley 9279 4569 Bedford Laurie Simmons 9440 0584 Belmont City Thomas Crispin 9277 4045 Bull Creek AFA Ron Boase 9364 9750 Bullsbrook Anthony Freeman 0414 890 080 Byford Trevor Smith 9497 3920 Cannington Paul Sabatino 0407 476 047 Cambridge David Jones 0412 093 335 Cockburn Ron Collis 0408 192 307 Como Nolan Phillips 9332 1152 Dalkeith-Nedlands Brian Burton 0418 932 469 Doubleview Jim Barry 0422 405 410 East Fremantle Marcel Kuhni 0419 956 299 Forrestfield Robbie Carr 0417 022 265 Fremantle Paul Rimmer 9339 0721 Glen Forrest Bill Rushton 9298 9336 Hilton Park Peter Clark 0478 222 944 Hollywood-Subiaco Robert Appleton 0415 473 654 Innaloo Ross Smith 9446 6812 Joondalup Kim Harris Walker 0418 940 663 Kalamunda Stan Norwood 9454 5837 Kardinya Peter Castley 0407 516 160 Kwinana Doug Knott 9419 4918 Leeming Neville Chamberlan 9332 6624 Manning Alan Heal 0427 023 013 Maylands Graeme Jacques 0417 925 552 Melville Tony O’Meehan 0429 932 654 Merriwa AFA Alan Arter 9400 3563 Midland-Morrison Dave Sutcliffe 0439 923 276 Mills Park Charlie Daines 0410 204 499 Morley Ross Dunstan 9275 5656 Mosman Park Michael Grace 0412 920 747 Mt. Lawley Glenn Hall 0422 946 649 Mt. Pleasant Steven Salamon 0411 583 718 Mundaring Merv Cousins 0439 034 441 Nollamara Mike West 9247 4840 North Beach Ivan Campbell 0438 358 550 North Perth Darryl Moren 0418 910 373 Osborne Park Geoff Mills 9207 2732 Perth & Tatts Eric Williams 0437 611 755 46

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bhburton@iinet.net.au fdbc@live.com.au freolawnbowls@bigpond.com williamrushton@iinet.net.au poppster@iinet.net.au dawn.ross@hotmail.com kimbarb@westnet.com.au castley1@bigpond.com barando@iinet.net.au ahheal.1@optusnet.com.au graeme.jacques@bigpond.com tonylesley01@bigpond.com alanarter@yahoo.com.au mmbowling@ozforce.net.au charlie_kujo@hotmail.com info@mossies.com.au gkenn@justimprovise.com.au steven.salamon@bigpond.com cousinsmj@bigpond.com ivannette@bigpond.com dmor2468@bigpond.net.au eric.williams@bigpond.com information correct as of September 1 2013


MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANTS - CLUB CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Pickering Brook John Wilson 0408 422 723 Quinns Rocks Trevor Hinkley 0404 027 034 Roleystone John Smith 9496 0214 Rossmoyne Mark Barrett 0420 855 718 Safety Bay Norm Read 0467 319 687 Scarborough Denis Spargo 0409 169 035 Sorrento Robert Tozer 0437 114 905 South Perth Greg Reagan 0409 080 301 Spearwood Bill Stolk 9437 3580 Sports Assoc. Byron Lumley 0437 787 091 Stirling Mark Pasalich 0411 956 622 Swan Ken Coghill 0415 473 332 Thornlie Colin Wright 0433 070 734 Valley Joe Rollnik 0431 834 735 Vict Park Carlisle Henry Lim 0407 947 484 Wanneroo Anthony Kay 0421 951 409 Warnbro Dennis Pattullo 0417 940 215 Warwick Ken McCarthy 0438 931 350 Willetton Vern Davies 0422 897 005 Yanchep Kevin Ride 0417 868 499 Yokine Shane Manners 0451 462 861

information correct as of September 1 2013

john@midlandfinance.com.au trevorhinkley1@bigpond.com john_norma@iinet.net.au carrots@aapt.net.au nokaread@hotmail.com toze_47@hotmail.com guccithegardener@icloud.com ajax2@iinet.com.au byron.lumley@gmail.com pasalichmarkolga@hotmail.com swanbowlingclub@bigpond.com colkwright@hotmail.com josef5952@hotmail.com henlim56@gmail.com pommie1959@live.com kramer@wn.com.au brettj@iinet.net.au vern.crown9@bigpond.com shane.w.manners@gmail.com

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MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 1. STRUCTURE (i) The Competitions are graded into Divisions. (ii) Each Division will be sub-divided into colours. (iii) 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. (iv) The Competitions are graded as follows: Premier League 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

Colours as required

(v) The structure of Lower Divisions is determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. 2. REGIONAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE DRAW (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. 3. FORMAT (i) A Sides competition with four (4) players in each team. (ii) Two (2) bowls per player. (iii) 21 completed ends. (iv) The Fixtures will be scheduled as a home and away competition. No alterations will be permitted without the prior written consent of Bowls WA. 4. CONSTITUTED GAME 4.1 3 Teams a Side (i) 42 completed ends must be played to constitute a game. 4.2

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

If the required ends are not completed the game shall be abandoned as outlined in the Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. 5. STARTING TIME/TRIAL ENDS (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 1.45pm. (ii) Trial ends will commence no later than 1.30pm and must be completed before the scheduled starting time of the game. 6. LATE APPEARANCE (i) Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. (ii) Refer Laws of the Sport of Bowls.

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MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 7. 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

8. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS (i) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixture to notify Bowls WA of the Pennant Results. (ii) Pennant Result s are to reach Bowls WA by no later than 6.00pm on the day of the game. (iii) Results of all games must be advised to Bowls WA immediately following completion of the game by either: Telephone: 9340 0800 Email: pr@bowlswa.com.au Fax: 9340-0888 or 9340-0880 (use black pen) (iv) Clubs that telephone the results to Bowls WA must forward a copy of the Pennant Results Sheet to Bowls WA by the close of business the next working day. Penalty: Fine Note: Once a Pennant Result Sheet has been signed by the representatives of both Clubs, the score is deemed as correct. The Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to correct obvious transposed errors or errors in additions on the Pennant Result Sheet. 9. PENNANT FINALS 9.1 Determining a 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) Colour Winners in each Division shall play Finals to determine the Divisional winner. (iv) Aggregate score in these games shall determine the winning side. 9.2

Draw of Pennant Finals 9.2.1 Premier League and 1st Division White - Men’s Midweek Pennant Competition Preliminary Final (PF) Grand Final 9.2.2

1v4

2v3

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

1st Division Blue Midweek Pennant Competition

Grand Final

Colour Winner Blue North v Colour WInner Blue South

9.2.3 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) 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

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MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY The draw for the finals will be as follows: Men’s Midweek Pennant Competition- 2nd Division and below: Preliminary Final (PF) Grand Final

1v4

2v3

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

9.3 Exceptions In the event of a Division having less than four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined as follows: 9.3.1 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. 9.3.2 Two (2) Colours in a Division: (i) The two (2) clubs will play in the Grand Final. 9.3.3 One (1) Colour in a Division: (i) There will be no Finals and the club finishing on top of the ladder will be awarded the Pennant win. 9.3.4 9.4

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 Committee.

Venues for Pennant Finals 9.4.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for pennant finals. 9.4.2 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 the home of the highest participating club. 9.4.3 1st Division Blue (North & South) (i) Grand Final to be played at a neutral venue, unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, as determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. 9.4.4 2nd Division and below (i) All Midweek finals games shall be played at the club that finishes with the highest points in each applicable division. (ii) The Grand Finals will be played at the highest remaining ranked club after the first week of finals. 9.4.5 Results (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs the contact number to telephone results at completion of the final. (ii) It is the responsibility of the winning team to fax or email the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA immediately after the game.

10. PROMOTION PLAY OFFS 10.1 Positions 10.1.1 Premier League and 1st Division White do not participate in Promotion Play Offs. 10.1.2 1st Division Blue North and South do not participate in Promotion Playoffs. 10.1.3 2nd Division do not participate in Promotion Playoffs. 10.1.4 3rd Division and below: Clubs that finish in positions 2,3,4 and 5 on the ladder in each colour at the end of the season shall participate in the Promotion Play Offs (i) The winner of the Promotion Play Off will determine which club will have the second promotion to the next highest division. (ii) The Aggregate score shall determine the winning side.

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MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 10.2 Draw: Preliminary Final (PF) Grand Final 10.3

2v5

3v4

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

Venues for Promotion Play Offs 10.3.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Promotion Play Offs. 10.3.2 3rd Division and Below (i) The club that finishes in 2nd position on the ladder shall host the first day of Promotion Play Offs. (ii) The Grand Final will be played at the venue of the highest remaining ranked club after the first week of finals.

10.4 Results (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs the contact number to telephone results at completion of the Promotion Play Off. (ii) It is the responsibility of the winning team to fax or email the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA immediately after the game. 11. CHALLENGE PLAYOFFS 11.1 Positions 11.1.1 Premier League do not participate in Challenge Playoffs 11.1.2 1st Division White (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 (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. 11.1.4 2nd Division (i) Clubs that finish in positions 2 and 3 on the ladder at the end of the season in each colour 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

Draw 11.2.1 1st Division White versus 1st Division Blue Challenge for Promotion 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. WEEK 1

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

WEEK 2

Winner 2 v 3 plays 1st White Team 7 or 8

Winner 2 v 3 plays 1st White Team 7 or 8

Winners of Week 2 finals will play in 1st Division White for the next season. Losers of both Week 1 and Week 2 finals will play in 1st Division Blue South/North the next season.

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MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 11.2.2 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 South team. WEEK 1

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

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

WEEK 2

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

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

Winners of WEEK 2 finals will play in 1st Division Blue the next season. Losers of both WEEK 2 and WEEK 1 finals will play in 2nd Division the next season. 11.2.3 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 North team. WEEK 1

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

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

WEEK 2

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

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

Winners of Week 2 finals will play in 1st Division Blue the next season. Losers of both Week 1 and Week 2 finals will play in 2nd Division the next season. 11.3

Venues for Challenge Play Offs 11.3.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Challenge Play Offs. 11.3.2 1st Division White versus 1st Division Blue Challenge for Promotion (i) Week 1 finals will be held at the venues of the highest ranked 1st Division Blue Teams. (ii) Week 2 finals will be held at the venues of the remaining 1st Division Blue Teams. 11.3.3 1st Division Blue South versus 2nd Division Red and 2nd Division White Challenge for Promotion. (i) Week 1 finals will be held at the venues of the highest ranked 2nd Division Teams. (ii) Week 2 finals will be held at the venues of the remaining 2nd Division Teams. 11.3.4 1st Division Blue North versus 2nd Division Blue and 2nd Division Gold Challenge for Promotion. (i) Week 1 finals will be held at the venues of the highest ranked 2nd Division Teams. (ii) Week 2 finals will be held at the venues of the remaining 2nd Division Teams.

11.4 Results (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs the contact number to telephone results at completion of the Promotion Play Off.. (ii) It is the responsibility of the wnning team to fax or email the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA immediately after the game. 12. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION 12.1 Premier League (i) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 1st Division White. 12.2 1st Division White (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) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be automaically relegated to 1st Division Blue (North or South). (iv) The 7th and 8th placed teams will play in a Challenge Payoff against 1st Division Blue South/North for the right to play in 1st Division White the following season.

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MEN’S MIDWEEK PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 12.3 1st Division Blue North and Blue South (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in 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 automatically relegated to 2nd Division. (iv) The 7th and 8th placed teams will play in a Challenge Payoff against 2nd Division for the right to play in 1st Division Blue South/North the following season. 12.4 2nd Division (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in each colour in each division shall be promoted to 1st Division Blue South/North. (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 from each colour in each division will be relegated to the next lowest division. 12.5 3rd Division & Below (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in each colour in 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. The Fixtures and Events Committee shall have the power to promote or relegate any club to complete a pennant 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. 14. ANNUAL REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS All clubs shall throughout the season act with integrity towards the graded pennant competition and shall adhere to the Integrity Rule when registering players. Refer to the Integrity of Graded Pennant Policy available on the Bowls WA Website. 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 in a manner likely to gain an unfair advantage or to distort the rankings of the lower ranked grade. 14.1 Player Registration (i) Clubs are required to register on an annual basis all players in the Division and Colour in which they played on the 3rd last game of the defined pennant competition and must reach Bowls WA prior to the second (2nd) last game of the scheduled fixtures. (ii) In extenuating circumstances a club may apply to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the late registration of a player. (iii) Premier League and each 1st Division colour are to be regarded as seperate Divisions. (iv) For the purpose of Player movement after registration, clubs who have more than one team in a Division/ Colour will be allowed to move players into a higher graded team within the same division/colour. (v) A player may only be registered once by a club. Penalty: Failure to provide Bowls WA with an Annual Registration of Players list shall incur a fine.

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14.2

Exceptional Circumstances A club which; following the annual registration of player’s has a change in player availability and is experiencing genuine hardship may apply in writing to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the consideration of a dispensation from the registration criteria

Penalty: Any infringement of these restrictions after registration shall incur a penalty. ► For the first offence the offending club shall lose all points for that side for that game in that Division and any aggregate points will be allocated to the opposition ► Any subsequent or continuing offence: the offending club will incur the penalty as above and a fine for each and every occasion. 15. PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 15.1 See Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. 15.2 Individual Club Abandonment/Interrupted Games (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play 8.2. (ii) Any game not commenced by 2.45pm, shall be treated as abandoned in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (iii) 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 8.2.2. (iv) A count of completed ends should be made to determine if the required number of ends to constitute a game have been completed. (v) If insufficient ends have been completed refer to Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play.

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MEN’S METROPOLITAN SATURDAY PENNANTS Oct 26 & Jan 11 Nov 2 & Jan 18 Nov 9 & Feb 1 Nov 16 & Feb 8 Nov 23 & Feb 15* Nov 30 & Feb 22 Dec 7 & Mar 8 Dec 14 & Mar 15** Dec 21 & Mar 22***

10v2 9v1 8v2 5v1 1v2 3v1 9v2 6v1 5v2

1v4 2v3 10v3 7v4 6v3 2v4 4v3 8v4 7v3

3v5 7v6 6v5 2v6 4v5 8v6 7v5 10v5 4v6

8v7 5v8 1v7 3v8 9v7 10v7 1v8 2v7 9v8

6v9 4v10 4v9 10v9 8v10 5v9 6v10 3v9 1v10

* Round 14 Premier League compulsory night game Friday Feb 14th ** Round 17 1st Division Only Sunday 9th March *** Round 18 1st Division Only 15th March Notes:

Round 1 - 9 Home Teams Mentioned First: Rounds 10 - 18 Reverse Applies See page 60 for the Men’s Saturday Pennant Compeition Conditions of Play Playoffs - the playoff dates will be as follows: 1st Division Finals Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd March 1st Division White versus Blue Nth and Blue Sth Challenge Saturday 22nd March 2nd Division and Below Finals Saturday 29th March 2nd Division versus Blue Nth and Blue Sth Challenge Finals Saturday 29th March

PLEASE CHECK www.bowlswa.com.au FOR CHANGES to FIXTURES

FIRST DIVISION - 4 RINKS PREMIER

1. MANNING 2. COCKBURN 3. SOUTH PERTH 4. BASSENDEAN 5. OSBORNE PARK 6. KARDINYA 7. STIRLING 8. DOUBLEVIEW 9. WANNEROO 10. VICT PARK CARLISLE

WHITE

1. BEDFORD 2. CAMBRIDGE 3. INNALOO 4. SOUTH PERTH 5. MT. PLEASANT 6. OSBORNE PARK 7. DOUBLEVIEW 8. SORRENTO 9. SAFETY BAY 10. KALAMUNDA

PREMIER LEAGUE - FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES

All Matches: Roll Up 6.15pm to commence at 6.30pm ROUND 4 NOV 15 - SOUTH PERTH v DOUBLEVIEW ROUND 5 NOV 22 - DOUBLEVIEW v VICT PARK CARL ROUND 7 DEC 06 - BASSENDEAN v SOUTH PERTH ROUND 8 DEC 13 - DOUBLEVIEW v BASSENDEAN ROUND 13 FEB 7 - DOUBLEVIEW v SOUTH PERTH ROUND 14 FEB 14 - ALL FIXTURES ROUND 17 MAR 07 - BASSENDEAN v DOUBLEVIEW

BLUE NORTH

1. CAMBRIDGE 2. MORLEY 3. DALKEITH NEDLANDS 4. MT LAWLEY 5. YOKINE 6. NORTH BEACH 7. SWAN 8. QUINNS ROCKS 9. KALAMUNDA 10. DOUBLEVIEW

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BLUE SOUTH

1. ARMADALE 2. MOSMAN PARK 3. ROSSMOYNE 4. GOSNELLS 5. KARDINYA 6. MELVILLE 7. THORNLIE 8. ROCKINGHAM 9. WARNBRO 10. SAFETY BAY

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MEN’S METROPOLITAN SATURDAY PENNANTS SECOND DIVISION - 4 RINKS RED

1. LEEMING 2. ARMADALE 3. PERTH & TATTS 4. HOLLYWOOD SUBI 5. MELVILLE 6. MT PLEASANT 7. MANNING 1 8. THORNLIE 1 9. VICT PARK CARL 1 10. BELMONT CITY

WHITE

1. COCKBURN 2. MANNING 2 3. KWINANA 4. THORNLIE 2 5. VICT PARK CARL 2 6. EAST FREMANTLE 7. ROCKINGHAM 8. HILTON PARK 9. SPEARWOOD 10. WARNBRO

THIRD DIVISION - 4 RINKS RED

1. COMO 2. ARMADALE 3. BULL CREEK AFA 4. BYFORD 5. FORRESTFIELD 6. WILLETTON 7. THORNLIE 8. MANNING 9. MILLS PARK 10. MT. PLEASANT

WHITE

1. MOSMAN PARK 2. LEEMING 3. GOSNELLS 4. ROSSMOYNE 5. KARDINYA 6. ROCKINGHAM 7. HILTON PARK 8. SAFETY BAY 9. FREMANTLE 10. SPEARWOOD

FOURTH DIVISION - 4 RINKS RED

1. CANNINGTON 2. COMO 3. HOLLYWOOD SUBI 4. PERTH & TATTS 5. BELMONT CITY 6. CLAREMONT 7. MELVILLE 8. SOUTH PERTH 9. MT. PLEASANT 10. MILLS PARK

WHITE

1. GOSNELLS 2. COCKBURN 3. LEEMING 4. KWINANA 5. WILLETTON 6. KARDINYA 7. SAFETY BAY 8. THORNLIE 9. WARNBRO 2 10. WARNBRO 1

FIFTH DIVISION - 4 RINKS RED

1. COCKBURN 2. MANNING 3. MT. LAWLEY 4. LEEMING 5. ROSSMOYNE 6. DALKEITH NED 7. BYE 8. LAKE MONGER 9. KARDINYA 10. FREMANTLE

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WHITE

1. ARMADALE 2. GOSNELLS 3. BYFORD 4. WILLETTON 5. EAST FREMANTLE 6. FORRESTFIELD 7. PICKERING BROOK 8. SPEARWOOD 9. BELMONT CITY 10. ROLEYSTONE

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BLUE

GOLD

BLUE

GOLD

BLUE

GOLD

BLUE

GOLD

1. OSBORNE PARK 1 2. MIDLAND MORR 3. NOLLAMARA 4. INNALOO 5. MUNDARING 6. VALLEY 7. WANNEROO 1 8. WARWICK 1 9. SPORTS ASSOC 10. CAMBRIDGE

1. BULLSBROOK 2. BAYSWATER 3. BASSENDEAN 4. OSBORNE PARK 1 5. KALAMUNDA 6. MUNDARING 7. NOLLAMARA 8. SWAN 9. SORRENTO 1 10. MORLEY 1

1. BAYSWATER 2. BEDFORD 3. BASSENDEAN 4. DALKEITH NED 1 5. INNALOO 6. SORRENTO 1 7. MAYLANDS 8. WARWICK 1 9. MORLEY 10. YOKINE 1

1. MIDLAND MORR 2. MORLEY 3. GLEN FORREST 4. MUNDARING 5. VALLEY 6. KALAMUNDA 7. NORTH PERTH 8. NOLLAMARA 9. YOKINE 10. SPORTS ASSOC

1. JOONDALUP 2. OSBORNE PARK 2 3. LAKE MONGER 4. SCARBOROUGH 5. NORTH BEACH 6. YOKINE 7. SORRENTO 8. STIRLING 9. WARWICK 2 10. WANNEROO 2

1. MORLEY 2 2. MERRIWA AFA 3. OSBORNE PARK 2 4. WANNEROO 5. SORRENTO 2 6. STIRLING 7. QUINNS ROCKS 8. YANCHEP 9. DOUBLEVIEW 10. WARWICK

1. MERRIWA AFA 2. JOONDALUP 1 3. JOONDALUP 2 4. SCARBOROUGH 5. DALKEITH NED 2 6. NORTH BEACH 7. WARWICK 2 8. WANNEROO 9. YOKINE 2 10. SORRENTO 2

1. OSBORNE PARK 2. STIRLING 3. SCARBOROUGH 4. JOONDALUP 5. NORTH BEACH 6. INNALOO 7. YANCHEP 8. WARWICK 9. CAMBRIDGE 10. SORRENTO

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MEN’S METROPOLITAN SATURDAY PENNANTS SIXTH DIVISION - 2 RINKS RED

WHITE

GOLD

PURPLE

1. FORRESTFIELD 2. CANNINGTON 3. THORNLIE 4. ROSSMOYNE 5. ARMADALE 6. BELMONT CITY 7. BYE 8. BULLCREEK AFA 1 9. KALAMUNDA 10. ROLEYSTONE

1. MORLEY 2 2. BEDFORD 3. GLEN FORREST 4. BASSENDEAN 5. SWAN 6. VALLEY 1 7. NOLLAMARA 1 8. MAYLANDS 9. NORTH PERTH 10. VALLEY 2

1. LEEMING 1 2. LEEMING 2 3. WILLETTON 4. BULL CREEK AFA 2 5. MANNING 6. WARNBRO 7. MT. PLEASANT 8. MOSMAN PARK 9. KWINANA 10. BYE

BLUE

1. DOUBLEVIEW 2. OSBORNE PARK 3. QUINNS ROCKS 4. MORLEY 1 5. MERRIWA 1 6. MERRIWA 2 7. WANNEROO 1 8. WANNEROO 2 9. SORRENTO 10. WARWICK

1. LAKE MONGER 1 2. LAKE MONGER 2 3. CAMBRIDGE 4. NOLLAMARA 2 5. CLAREMONT 6. COMO 1 7. COMO 2 8. MT. LAWLEY 9. VICT PARK CARL 10. SOUTH PERTH

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANTS - CLUB CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Armadale Jim McKenzie 0419 047 935 Bassendean Daniel Patterson 0452 229 024 Bayswater Gordon Gray 0422 910 607 Bedford James Taylor 9377 1229 Belmont City Thomas Crispin 9277 4045 Bullcreek AFA Ron Boase 9364 9750 Bullsbrook Anthony Freeman 0414 890 080 Byford Gary Munrowd 9526 2308 Cannington Paul Sabatino 0407 476 047 Cambridge David Jones 0412 093 335 Claremont Tom Armstrong 9383 1554 Cockburn Ron Collis 0408 192 307 Como Nolan Phillips 9332 1152 Dalkeith-Nedlands Brian Burton 0418 932 469 Doubleview Jim Barry 0422 405 410 East Fremantle Marcel Kuhni 0419 956 299 Forrestfield Robbie Carr 0417 022 265 Fremantle Paul Rimmer 9339 0721 Glen Forrest Bill Rushton 9298 9336 Hilton Park Peter Clark 0478 222 944 Hollywood-Subiaco Robert Middleton 0415 473 654 Innaloo Ross Smith 9446 6812 Joondalup Kim Harris Walker 0418 940 663 Kalamunda Shayne Mowday 0418 947 588 Kardinya Graeme Wake 0404 800 070 Kwinana Brett Clayton 0411 117 785 Leeming Neville Chamberlain 9332 6624 Manning Alan Heal 0427 023 013 Maylands Graeme Jacques 0417 925 552 Melville Tony O’Meehan 0429 932 654 Merriwa AFA Alan Arter 9400 3563 Midland-Morrison Dave Sutcliffe 0439 923 276 Mills Park Glenn Sewell 0434 638 400 Morley Eddie McGrath 0411 187 159 Mosman Park Patrick Giles 0412 224 419 Mt. Lawley Glenn Hall 0422 294 649 Mt. Pleasant Steven Salamon 0411 583 718 Mundaring Merv Cousins 0439 034 444 Nollamara Mike West 9247 4840 North Beach Ivan Campbell 0438 358 550 North Perth Darryl Moren 0418 910 373 Osborne Park Geoff Mills 9207 2732 58

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freolawnbowls@bigpond.com williamrushton@iinet.net.au poppster@iinet.net.au dawn.ross@hotmail.com kimbarb@westnet.com.au shahelen@smartchat.net.au graham.wake@alcoa.com.au ahheal.1@optusnet.com.au graeme.jacques@bigpond.com tonylesley01@bigpond.com alanarter@yahoo.com.au mmbowling@ozforce.net.au cookieandloz@bigpond.com info@mossies.com.au glenn@justimprovise.com.au steven.salamon@bigpond.com cousinsmj@bigpond.com ivannette@bigpond.com dmor2468@bigpond.net.au information correct as of September 1 2013


MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANTS - CLUB CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Perth & Tatts Eric Williams 0437 611 755 Pickering Brook John Wilson 0408 422 723 Quinns Rocks Trevor Hinkley 0404 027 034 Roleystone John Smith 9496 0214 Rossmoyne Mark Barrett 0420 855 718 Safety Bay Norm Read 0467 319 687 Scarborough Denis Spargo 0409 169 035 Sorrento Robert Tozier 0437 114 905 South Perth Ken Pride 0401 584 379 Spearwood Bill Stolk 9437 3580 Sports Assoc Byron Lumley 0437 787 091 Stirling Mark Pasalich 0411 956 622 Swan Ken Coghill 0415 473 332 Thornlie David Bradbury 9398 4698 Valley Alan Jones 0415 181 247 Vict Park Carlisle Henry Lim 0407 947 484 Wanneroo Anthony Kay 0421 951 409 Warnbro Shayne Hendriksen 0414943373 Warwick Ken McCarthy 0438 931 350 Willetton Vern Davis 0422 897 005 Yanchep Ken Ride 0417 868 499 Yokine Mel Lemos 0429 916 160

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 1. STRUCTURE (i) The Competitions are graded into Divisions. (ii) Each Division will be sub-divided into colours. (iii) Premier - 5th Division: Four (4) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. 6th Division: Two (2) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. (iv) The Competitions are graded as follows: Premier League 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

Colours as required

(v) The structure of Lower Divisions is determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee. 2. REGIONAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE DRAW (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. 3. FORMAT (i) A Sides competition with four (4) players in each team. (ii) Two (2) bowls per player. (iii) 21 completed ends. (iv) The Fixtures will be scheduled as a home and away competition. 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

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

If the required ends are not completed the game shall be abandoned as outlined in the Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. 5. STARTING TIME/TRIAL ENDS (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 1.45pm. (ii) Trial ends will commence no later than 1.30pm and must be completed before the scheduled starting time of the game. 6. LATE APPEARANCE (i) Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. (ii) Refer Laws of the Sport of Bowls.

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 7. SCORING Points shall be awarded as follows: 4 Teams a Side

2 Teams a Side

Maximum

8 points

Maximum

4 points

For aggregate win

4 points

For aggregate win

2 points

For aggregate tie

2 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

8. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS (i) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixture to notify Bowls WA of the Pennant Results. (ii) Pennant Results are to be phoned through to Bowls WA by no later than 6.30pm on the day of the game to the number advised by Bowls WA. (iii) Pennant Results sheets are to reach Bowls WA by close of business the next working day. Email: pr@bowlswa.com.au Fax: 9340-0888 or 9340-0880 (use black pen) (iv) Clubs that telephone the results to Bowls WA must forward a copy of the Pennant Results Sheet to Bowls WA by the close of business the next working day. Penalty: Fine Note: Once a Pennant Result Sheet has been signed by the representatives of both Clubs, the score is deemed as correct. The Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to correct obvious transposed errors or errors in additions on the Pennant Result Sheet. 9. PENNANT FINALS 9.1 Determining a 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) Colour Winners in each Division shall play Finals to determine the Divisional winner. (iv) Aggregate score in these games shall determine the winning side. 9.2

Draw of Pennant Finals 9.2.1

Premier League and 1st Division White - Pennant Competition

Semi Finals

1v2

Preliminary Final (PF)

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

Grand Final 9.2.2

3v4

Winner (1 v 2) v Winner (Preliminary Final)

1st Division Blue Pennant Competition

Grand Final

Colour Winner Blue North v Colour WInner Blue South

9.2.3 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) 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.

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY The draw for the finals will be as follows: Men’s Saturday Pennant Competition- 2nd Division and below: Preliminary Final (PF) Grand Final

1v4

2v3

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

9.3 Exceptions In the event of a Division having less than four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined as follows: 9.3.1 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. 9.3.2 Two (2) Colours in a Division: (i) The two (2) clubs will play in the Grand Final. 9.3.3 One (1) Colour in a Division: (i) There will be no Finals and the club finishing on top of the ladder will be awarded the Pennant win. 9.3.4 9.4

In the event of a Division having more than four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined at the discretion of the Match Committee.

Venues for Pennant Finals 9.4.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for pennant finals. (iii) The losing 2nd Semi Finalist shall choose the green for the Preliminary Final. (iv) The Grand Finals for Premier League, 1st Division White and 1st Division Blue shall be played on the same day at the same venue. 9.4.2 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. 9.4.3

1st Division Blue (North & South) Grand Final to be played at a neutral venue, unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, as determined by the Fixtures and Events Committee.

9.4.4

2nd Division and below All Saturday finals games shall be played at the club that finishes with the highest points in each applicable division. The highest ranked Grand Final team shall choose which green to play on.

9.5 Results (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs the contact number to telephone results at completion of the final. (ii) It is the responsibility of the winning team to fax or email the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA immediately after the game. 10. PROMOTION PLAY OFFS 10.1 Positions 10.1.1 Premier League and 1st Division White do not participate in Promotion Play Offs. 10.1.2 1st Division Blue North and South do not participate in Promotion Playoffs. 10.1.3 2nd Division do not participate in Promotion Playoffs. 10.1.4 3rd Division and below: Clubs that finish in positions 2,3,4 and 5 on the ladder in each colour at the end of the season shall participate in the Promotion Play Offs (i) The winner of the Promotion Play Off will determine which club will have the second promotion to the next highest division. (ii) The Aggregate score shall determine the winning side.

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 10.2 Draw: Preliminary Final (PF) Grand Final 10.3

2v5

3v4

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

Venues for Promotion Play Offs 10.3.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) The Grand Final will be played on the green that the highest ranked remaining team played the Preliminary Final on. (iii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Promotion Play Offs. 10.3.2 3rd Division and Below The club that finishes in 2nd position on the ladder shall host the Promotion Play Offs. The highest ranked Grand Final team shall choose which green to play on.

10.4 Results (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs the contact number to telephone results at completion of the Promotion Play Off. (ii) It is the responsibility of the winning team to fax or email the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA immediately after the game. 11. CHALLENGE PLAYOFFS 11.1 Positions 11.1.1 Premier League do not participate in Challenge Playoffs 11.1.2 1st Division White (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 (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. 11.1.4 2nd Division (i) Clubs that finish in positions 2 and 3 on the ladder at the end of the season in each colour 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 Draw 11.2.1 1st Division White versus 1st Division Blue Challenge for Promotion 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. AM

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

Winner 2 v 3 plays 1st White Team 7 or 8

Winner 2 v 3 plays 1st White Team 7 or 8

Winners of PM finals will play in 1st Division White for the next season. Losers of both AM and PM finals will play in 1st Division Blue South/North the next season.

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 11.2.2 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. AM

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

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

PM

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

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

Winners of PM finals will play in 1st Division Blue the next season. Losers of both AM and PM finals will play in 2nd Division the next season. 11.2.3 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. AM

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

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

PM

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

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

Winners of PM finals will play in 1st Division Blue the next season. Losers of both AM and PM finals will play in 2nd Division the next season. 11.3

Venues for Challenge Play Offs 11.3.1 General (i) Clubs are not permitted to use split rinks. (ii) Clubs are permitted to use any approved surface for Challenge Play Offs. (iii) The PM Final will be played on the same green as the AM Final. 11.3.2 1st Division White versus 1st Division Blue Challenge for Promotion Teams in positions 2 in 1st Division Blue North and 1st Division Blue South will host their respective Challenge Play Off. 11.3.3 1st Division Blue South versus 2nd Division Red and 2nd Division White Challenge for Promotion Teams in positions 2 in 2nd Division Red and 2nd Division White will host their respective Challenge Play Off. 11.3.4 1st Division Blue North versus 2nd Division Blue and 2nd Division Gold Challenge for Promotion Teams in positions 2 in 2nd Division Blue and 2nd Division Gold will host their respective Challenge Play Off.

11.4 Results (i) Bowls WA will advise clubs the contact number to telephone results at completion of the Promotion Play Off.. (ii) It is the responsibility of the wnning team to fax or email the Pennant Result Sheet to Bowls WA immediately after the game. 12. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION 12.1 Premier League (i) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 1st Division White. 12.2 1st Division White (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) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be automaically relegated to 1st Division Blue (North or South). (iv) The 7th and 8th placed teams will play in a Challenge Payoff against 1st Division Blue South/North for the right to play in 1st Division White the following season.

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 12.3 1st Division Blue North and Blue South (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in 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 automatically relegated to 2nd Division. (iv) The 7th and 8th placed teams will play in a Challenge Payoff against 2nd Division for the right to play in 1st Division Blue South/North the following season. 12.4 2nd Division (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in each colour in each division shall be promoted to 1st Division Blue South/North. (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 from each colour in each division will be relegated to the next lowest division. 12.5 3rd Division & Below (i) The club that finishes on top of the ladder in each colour in 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. The Fixtures and Events Committee shall have the power to promote or relegate any club to complete a pennant 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. 14. ANNUAL REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS All clubs shall throughout the season act with integrity towards the graded pennant competition and shall adhere to the Integrity Rule when registering players. Refer to the Integrity of Graded Pennant Policy available on the Bowls WA Website. 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 in a manner likely to gain an unfair advantage or to distory the rankings of the lower ranked grade. 14.1 Player Registration (i) Clubs are required to register on an annual basis all players in the Division and Colour in which they played on the 3rd last game of the defined pennant competition and must reach Bowls WA prior to the second (2nd) last game of the scheduled fixtures. (ii) In extenuating circumstances a club may apply to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the late registration of a player. (iii) Premier League and each 1st Division colour are to be regarded as seperate Divisions. (iv) For the purpose of Player movement after registration, clubs who have more than one team in a Division/ Colour will be allowed to move players into a higher graded team within the same division/colour. (v) A player may only be registered once by a club. Penalty: Failure to provide Bowls WA with an Annual Registration of Players list shall incur a fine. 14.2

Exceptional Circumstances A club which following the annual registration of player’s has a change in player availability and is experiencing genuine hardship may apply in writing to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the consideration of a dispensation from the registration criteria

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MEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY Penalty: Any infringement of these restrictions after registration shall incur a penalty. ► For the first offence the offending club shall lose all points for that side for that game in that Division and any aggregate points will be allocated to the opposition ► Any subsequent or continuing offence: the offending club will incur the penalty as above and a fine for each and every occasion. 15. PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 15.1 See Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. 15.2 Individual Club Abandonment/Interrupted Games (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play 8.2 (ii) Any game not commenced by 2.45pm, shall be treated as abandoned in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (iii) 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 8.2.2. (iv) A count of completed ends should be made to determine if the required number of ends to constitute a game have been completed. (v) If insufficient ends have been completed refer to Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play.

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WOMEN’S METROPOLITAN TUESDAY PENNANTS Oct 22 & Dec 17 Oct 29 & Jan 7 Nov 6* & Jan 14 Nov 12 & Jan 21 Nov 17** & Jan 28 Nov 19 & Feb 4 Nov 26 & Feb 11 Dec 3 & Feb 18 Dec 10 & Feb 25

10v2 9v1 8v2 5v1 1v2 3v1 9v2 6v1 5v2

1v4 2v3 10v3 7v4 6v3 2v4 4v3 8v4 7v3

3v5 7v6 6v5 2v6 4v5 8v6 7v5 10v5 4v6

8v7 5v8 1v7 3v8 9v7 10v7 1v8 2v7 9v8

6v9 4v10 4v9 10v9 8v10 5v9 6v10 3v9 1v10

Notes:

Round 1 - 9 Home Teams Mentioned First: Rounds 10 - 18 Reverse Applies * indicates the game will be played on a Wednesday ** indicates the game will be played on a Sunday See page 71 for the Women’s Tuesday Pennant Compeition Conditions of Play Playoffs - the playoff in each Colour will be played as follows: Monday 10th March - AM (1st Division Only) Tuesday 11th March - AM Wednesday 12th March - GRAND FINAL - AM

PLEASE CHECK www.bowlswa.com.au FOR CHANGES to FIXTURES

FIRST DIVISION - 3 RINKS PREMIER

1. NORTH BEACH 2. GOSNELLS 3. SAFETY BAY 4. MOSMAN PARK 5. MUNDARING 6. OSBORNE PARK 7. MANNING 2 8. MANNING 1 9. LEEMING 10. VICT PARK CARL

WHITE

1. BEDFORD 2. SORRENTO 3. THORNLIE 4. MELVILLE 5. OSBORNE PARK 6. MERRIWA 7. YOKINE 8. ROCKINGHAM 9. WANNEROO 10. WILLETTON

SECOND DIVISION - 3 RINKS RED

1. MELVILLE 1 2. EAST FREMANTLE 3. THORNLIE 1 4. MOSMAN PARK 5. KARDINYA 6. ROSSMOYNE 7. ROCKINGHAM 8. WARNBRO 9. MT. PLEASANT 10. LEEMING

WHITE

1. BYFORD 2. BULLCREEK 3. FORRESTFIELD 4. MELVILLE 2 5. MILLS PARK 6. BELMONT CITY 7. VICT PARK CARL 8. PICKERING BROOK 9. GOSNELLS 10. THORNLIE 2

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GREEN NORTH

GREEN SOUTH

GREEN

BLUE

1. BASSENDEAN 2. INNALOO 3. KALALMUNDA 4. MORLEY 5. NORTH BEACH 6. MUNDARING 7. DALKEITH NED 8. SORRENTO 9. SCARBOROUGH 10. WARWICK

1. NORTH BEACH 2. INNALOO 1 3. QUINNS ROCKS 4. JOONDALUP 1 5. WARWICK 1 6. OSBORNE PARK 1 7. MERRIWA 8. JOONDALUP 2 9. CAMBRIDGE 1 10. WANNEROO

1. GOSNELLS 2. COCKBURN 3. WARNBRO 4. MANNING 5. HILTON PARK 6. ROLEYSTONE 7. SAFETY BAY 1 8. SAFETY BAY 2 9. ROSSMOYNE 10. MT. PLEASANT

1. INNALOO 2 2. BASSENDEAN 3. JOONDALUP 3 4. MIDLAND MORR 5. OSBORNE PARK 2 6. STIRLING 7. MT LAWLEY 8. YOKINE 9. SORRENTO 10. CAMBRIDGE 2

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WOMEN’S METROPOLITAN TUESDAY PENNANTS THIRD DIVISION - 3 RINKS RED

1. BULLCREEK 2. ARMADALE 3. MANNING 4. THORNLIE 5. VICT PARK CARL 6. KALAMUNDA 7. YOKINE 1 8. YOKINE 2 9. WILLETTON 1 10. GOSNELLS

WHITE

1. COCKBURN 2. MELVILLE 3. KWINANA 4. SAFETY BAY 1 5. LEEMING 6. KARDINYA 7. SAFETY BAY 2 8. DALKEITH NED 9. WILLETTON 2 10. MT PLEASANT

FOURTH DIVISION - 2 RINKS RED

1. SORRENTO 1 2. BYE 3. DOUBLEVIEW 4. DALKEITH NED 5. QUINNS ROCKS 6. HOLLYWOOD SUBI 7. JOONDALUP 8. WARWICK 9. SCARBOROUGH 10. WANNEROO

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1. BYFORD 2. ARMADALE 3. BYE 4. LEEMING 1 5. KALAMUNDA 6. ROLEYSTONE 7. CANNINGTON 8. BELMONT CITY 9. THORNLIE 10. WILLETTON

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GREEN

BLUE

GREEN

BLUE

1. INNALOO 2. SORRENTO 3. DOUBLEVIEW 4. WARWICK 1 5. NORTH BEACH 6. MERRIWA 7. YANCHEP 8. NOLLAMARA 1 9. WANNEROO 10. CAMBRIDGE

1. BASSENDEAN 2. MAYLANDS 3. BYE 4. PERTH & TATTS 5. OSBORNE PARK 6. STIRLING 7. MT LAWLEY 8. SPORTS ASSOC 9. BAYSWATER 10. SORRENTO 2

1. BEDFORD 2. GLEN FORREST 3. MIDLAND MORR 4. MORLEY 5. MUNDARING 6. YOKINE 3 7. NOLLAMARA 2 8. SPORTS ASSOC 9. WARWICK 2 10. VALLEY

1. SPEARWOOD 1 2. EAST FREMANTLE 3. LEEMING 2 4. MOSMAN PARK 5. SPEARWOOD 2 6. HILTON PARK 7. KARDINYA 8. FREMANTLE 9. COCKBURN 10. BYE

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY PENNANT CLUB CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Armadale Sheree Rochford 0417 095 895 Bassendean Royla Marshall 9274 2144 Bayswater Joy O’Brien 9272 2511 Bedford Margaret Sitko 0424 073 022 Belmont Audrey Short 9454 6736 Bullcreek Lilian Wood 9311 4301 Cambridge Norma Samuel 0418 914 918 Cannington Billy Barratt 9457 6686 Cockburn Lorna Skellorn 0405 555 332 Dalkeith Nedlands Rosemary Norris 0402 516 720 Doublview Janelle O’Flahery 0403 311 490 East Fremantle Fran Porter 9385 5575 Forrestfield Eileen Hannam 0412 740 543 Fremantle Anthea McGrath 0419 721 757 Glen Forrest Judy Wholey 0409 008 199 Gosnells Angela Sharp 9459 0079 Hilton Park Teresa Brbich 9337 2225 Hollywood Subiaco Anne Ormsby 0408 447 460 Innaloo June Haustead 9445 3474 Joondalup Dot Leslie 9305 2219 Kalamunda Lillian Norwood 9454 5837 Kardinya Pam Heron 9310 3426 Kwinana Sheila North 9419 1937 Leeming Hazel Essex 0417 180 690 Manning Robyn Jolly 0429 611 045 Maylands Margaret Garbutt 0410 729 367 Melville Val Lemmon 0407 989 649 Merriwa Barbara Watson 9304 6971 Midland Morrison Grace Clatworthy 9274 1704 Mills Park Sandy Burnett 9451 4724 Morley Elayne Opitz 0427 388 957 Mosman Park Sandra Ellis 9383 1021 Mt Lawley Karen Lewis 9228 1571 Mt Pleasant Lesley Davies 9310 1335 Mundaring Cheryl Thompson 0409 295 212 Nollamara Vicki Lloyd 9349 4494 North Beach Kaye Blackwell 9385 8460 Osborne Park Beryl Brennan 9446 9361 Pickering Brook Sylvia van Groningen 0409 082 901 Quinns Rocks Jo Truscott 9561 6445 Rockingham Loraine Parker 0400 093 653 Roleystone Norma Smith 0421 319 889 information correct as of September 1 2013

johnsher3@bigpond.com

bayswaterbowls@bigpond.com

nannabowl@iinet.net.au lornaskellorn@bigpond.com rosiem26@bigpond.net.au janelley81@hotmail.com ehannam@bigpond.net.au anthmcg@bigpond.com judywho@westnet.com.au janets74@bigpond.com t.brbich1@bigpond.com anne.ormsby@bigpond.com jhaustead@gmail.com pamax7@iprimus.com.au leemingbc@iinet.net.au frog58@hotmail.com v.lemmon@bigpond.com doug7.watson@bigpond.com

escaping2@gmail.com denisthmp2@bigpond.com donkayeb@gmail.com berylvbrennan@bigpond.com vg_s@sctelco.net.au jetgat@virginbroadband.com.au lorken117@hotmail.com john_norma@iinet.net.au FI X T U R E B O O K 2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY PENNANT CLUB CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Rossmoyne Lorraine Turbett 9312 0519 Safety Bay Lynette Scott 0417 972 047 Scarborough Ivy Higgs 9446 5562 Sorrento Kathleen Harris 0408 936 901 Spearwood Dorothy Campbell 9418 7689 Sports Association Patricia Pearce 0429 772 675 Stirling Roslyn Slavich 0407 424 241 Thornie Norma Separovich 0437 989 418 Valley Janis Lawrence 9571 3029 Vic Park Carlisle Faye Kelly 0418 916 583 Wanneroo Ronnie Anderson 0408 473 420 Warnbro Vera Meehan 0407 660 686 Warwick Margaret Wilson 9342 6224 Willetton Jan Gray 0409 641 039 Yanchep Judy Little 9561 5859 Yokine Sue Reid 0407 085 519

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ljz2103@live.com longmore02@bigpond.com higgses@bigpond.net.au k.harris@bigpond.net.au campy@iprimus.com.au pearceplumbling@bigpond.com ruza@amnet.net.au norma@oceanbroadband.net bulls.2007@hotmail.com faye.a.kelly@bigpond.com bobron6@bigpond.com vera.meehan@bigpond.com margaretwilson@bigpond.com albatross@westnet.com.au djlittle@smartchat.net.au jfandsc@bigpond.com

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 1. STRUCTURE (i) The Competition is graded into Divisions. (ii) Each Division may be sub-divided into colours. (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. 2. REGIONAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE DRAW The Draw shall be conducted as follows: (i) Premier League and 1st Division White 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 (i) A Sides competition with fours (4) players in each team. (ii) Two (2) bowls per player. (iii) 21 completed ends. (iv) The Fixtures will be scheduled as a home and away competition. 4. CONSTITUTED GAME 4.1 3 Teams a Side (i) 42 completed ends must be played to constitute a game. 4.2 2 Teams a Side (i) 28 completed ends must be played to constitute a game. If the required ends are not completed the game shall be abandoned 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 10.00am. (ii) Trial ends may commence at 9.30am and must be completed before the scheduled starting time. 6. FINISHING TIME (i) All pennant games must be completed by 2.30pm. 7. LATE APPEARANCE (i) Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play. (ii) Refer Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 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

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 9. ANNUAL REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS All clubs shall throughout the season act with integrity towards the graded pennant competition and shall adhere to the Integrity Rule when registering players. Refer to the Integrity of Graded Pennant Policy available on the Bowls WA Website. 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 in a manner likely to gain an unfair advantage or to distort the rankings of the lower ranked grade. 9.1

Player Registration (i) At the completion of the fifth (5th) last game of the scheduled fixtures each club is required to register all players in the Division and Colour in which they played on that day and must reach Bowls WA prior to the fourth (4th) last game of the scheduled fixtures. (ii) In extenuating circumstances a club may apply to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the late registration of a player. (iii) Premier League and each 1st Division colour are to be regarded as seperate Divisions. (iv) For the purpose of Player movement after registration, clubs who have more than one team in a Division/ Colour will be allowed to move players into a higher graded team within the same division/colour. (v) A player may only be registered once by a club.

Penalty: Failure to provide Bowls WA with an Annual Registration of Players list shall incur a fine. 9.2

Exceptional Circumstances A club which following the annual registration of player’s has a change in player availability and is experiencing genuine hardship may apply in writing to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the consideration of a dispensation from the registration criteria

Penalty: Any infringement of these restrictions after registration shall incur a penalty. ► For the first offence the offending club shall lose all points for that side for that game in that Division and any aggregate points will be allocated to the opposition ► Any subsequent or continuing offence: the offending club will incur the penalty as above and a fine for each and every occasion. 10. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS (i) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixture to notify Bowls WA of the Pennant Results. (ii) All results must be received at Bowls WA by no later than 3.00pm on the day of the game. (iii) Results of all games must be advised to Bowls WA by: Telephone: 9340-0800 Email: pr@bowlswa.com.au Fax: 9340-0888 or 9340-0880 (use black pen) (iv) Clubs who telephoned their results through to Bowls WA, must forward a copy of the Pennant Results Sheet to reach Bowls WA by the close of business the next working day. Penalty: Fine Note: Once a Pennant Result Sheet has been signed by the representatives of both Clubs, the score is deemed as correct. 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 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) Colour Winners in each Division shall play Finals to determine the Divisional winner. (iv) Aggregate score in these games shall determine the winning side.

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY (v) The first day of the Women’s Tuesday Pennant Finals will be held at the Club of the team that finishes on top of the Pennant Ladder at the end of the Home and Away Season. (vi) The Preliminary Final will be held at the highest placed competing club (vii) All Grand Finals will be held at a Neutral Venue 11.2 Draw of Final Games 11.2.1 Premier League and 1st Division Semi Finals

1v2

Preliminary Final (PF) Grand Final

3v4

Loser 1 v 2

Winner 3 v 4

Winner 1 v 2

Winner Preliminary Final

11.2.2 2nd Division & below (i) Colour winners are ranked from 1 to 4 according to their points. Semi Final

1v4

2v3

Grand Final

Winner 1 v 4

Winner 2 v 3

11.2.3 Division with Less than Four (4) Colours In the event of a Division having less than four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined as follows: 11.2.3.1 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. 11.2.3.2 Two (2) Colours in a Division (i) The two (2) clubs will play in the Grand Final. 11.2.3.3 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. 11.2.3.4 Five (5) Colours in a Division (i) Two (2) lowest colours played off to determine who would play in the finals against the three (3) clubs with the highest points. In the event of there being more than five (5) colours in the competition, the match committee shall determine the pennant final format. 12. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION 12.1 Premier League (i) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 1st Division White. 12.2 1st Division White (i) The two (2) clubs finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder shall be promoted to 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). 12.3 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. 12.3 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. 12.4 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.

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WOMEN’S TUESDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 12.5 4th Division (4 Colours) (i) The two (2) clubs with the highest number of points in each Colour shall be promoted to 3rd Division. (ii) Relegations will be at the discretion of the Match Committee. 12.5.1 In the event of 4th Division having more or less than four (4) Colours, promotion will be determined as follows: 12.5.1.1 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. 12.5.1.2 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. 12.5.1.2 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. 13. 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. The Fixtures and Events Committee shall have the power to promote or relegate any club to complete a pennant division. 14.PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 14.1 General Abandonment (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play 8.1. 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. 14.2 Individual Club Abandonment/Interrupted Games (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play 8.2. (ii) Any game not commenced by 11.00am, 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 8.2.2. (iv) If play is still in progress at 2.30pm, 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.

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WOMEN’S METROPOLITAN SATURDAY PENNANT Nov 2 & Jan 11 Nov 9 & Jan 18 Nov 16 & Feb 1 Nov 23 & Feb 8 Nov 30 & Feb 15 Dec 7 & Feb 22 Dec 14 & Mar 8

1v7 7v2 4v6 2v1 1v8 4v1 1v3

2v5 6v1 1v5 5v3 6v2 3v2 2v4

4v8 8v3 2v8 4v7 3v4 6v5 5v8

3v6 5v4 3v7 8v6 7v5 8v7 7v6

Notes:

Round 1 - 7 Home Teams Mentioned First: Rounds 8 - 14 Reverse Applies See page 77 for the Women’s Saturday Pennant Competition Conditions of Play Playoffs - the playoff in each Colour will be played as follows: Saturday 15th March - AM & PM

PLEASE CHECK www.bowlswa.com.au FOR CHANGES to FIXTURES

FIRST DIVISION - 2 RINKS RED

1. MANNING 1 2. GOSNELLS 3. NORTH BEACH 4. MORLEY 5. ROSSMOYNE 6. MANNING 2 7. OSBORNE PARK 8. MUNDARING

BLUE

1. INNALOO 2. DALKIETH NED 3. SAFETY BAY 4. WILLETTON 5. SORRENTO 6. MT. PLEASANT 7. VICT. PARK CARL 8. MANNING

SECOND DIVISION - 2 RINKS LEMON

1. JOONDALUP 2. WANNEROO 3. DOUBLEVIEW 4. SCARBOROUGH 5. NORTH BEACH 6. NOLLAMARA 7. SPORTS ASSOC 8. OSBORNE PARK

LIME

1. ROCKINGHAM 2. MT. PLEASANT 3. EAST FREMANTLE 4. MOSMAN PARK 5. KARDINYA 6. SOUTH PERTH 7. SPEARWOOD 8. WARNBRO

THIRD DIVISION - 2 RINKS

BLUE

1. WARNBRO 2. KWINANA 3. ARMADALE 1 4. KALAMUNDA 5. SAFETY BAY 6. ARMADALE 2 7. WILLETTON 8. ROCKINGHAM

PINK

1. BASSENDEAN 2. VALLEY 3. SWAN 4. WARWICK 5. MT. LAWLEY 6. YOKINE 7. MORLEY 8. INNALOO 1

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ORANGE

1. MUNDARING 2. MANNING 3. MIDLAND MORR 4. ROLEYSTONE 5. LEEMING 6. GOSNELLS 7. THORNLIE 8. BEDFORD

PURPLE

1. COCKBURN 2. HILTON PARK 3. SORRENTO 4. INNALOO 2 5. HOLLYWOOD SUBI 6. DALKEITH NED 7. MOSMAN PARK 8. PERTH & TATTS

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WOMEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT CLUB CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Armadale Denise Anderson 0410 057 909 Bassendean Ilona Keane 0439 095 027 Bedford Margaret Sitko 0424 073 022 Cockburn Donna Tepania 0402 751 318 Dalkeith Ned Rosemary Norris 0402 516 720 Doubleview Janelle O’Flaherty 0403 311 490 East Fremantle Eleanor Atkinson 9335 1613 Gosnells Margaret Anderson 9398 1014 Hilton Park Julie Davison 0400 060 270 Hollywood Subi Anne Ormsby 0408 447 460 Innaloo Jan Melville 0405 277 632 Joondalup Dot Leslie 9305 2219 Kardinya Cherryl Cocodis 0400 243 428 Kwinana Sheila North 9419 1937 Leeming Maggie Newton 9310 2125 Manning Sue Griffiths 0400 161 954 Midland Morrison Janette Haskell 0405 543 032 Morley Lee Anne Green 0417 995 607 Mosman Park Del Adams 9384 2701 Mt Lawley Karen Lewis 9228 1571 Mt Pleasant Lesley Davies 9310 1335 Mundaring Cheryl Thompson 0409 295 212 Nollamara Vicki Lloyd 9349 4494 North Beach Kaye Blackwell 9385 8460 Osborne Park Tina Sravrianos 9440 6776 Roleystone Norma Smith 0421 319 889 Rossmoyne Lynda White 9457 1385 Safety Bay Margaret Nash 9527 6561 Scarborough Ivy Higgs 9446 5562 Sorrento Kathleen Harris 0408 936 901 Spearwood Dorothy Campbell 9418 7689 South Perth Vicki Edwards 0433 685 555 Sports Association Lorraine Cotton 0407 184 532 Swan Karen McKinlay 0400 777 946 Thornlie Gloria Gibbs 0409 102 196 Valley Pat Boardman 9297 4027 Vict Park Carlisle Carol Lee 0429 100 857 Wanneroo Cathy Taylor 0411 364 456 Warnbro Vera Meehan 0407 660 686 Warwick Gloria Cook 0432 413 365 Willetton Jannette Gray 0409 641 039 Yanchep Judy Little 9561 5859 Yokine Anne Hicks 6201 6092 76

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maggie11mr@hotmail.com andy.sue@bentleyparkestate.com.au jhaskiell1948@hotmail.com.au lee-ann.green@bigpond.com jadams@bigpond.net.au escaping2@gmail.com denisthmp2@bigpond.com donkayeb@gmail.com john_norma@iinet.net.au lpwhite@optusnet.net.au margaretnash6@gmail.com higgses@bigpond.net.au k.harris@bigpond.net.au campy@imprimus.com.au pjtvke@squeezemail.com.au sporties@tpg.com.au karenbrado@hotmail.com gloria.gibbs@hotmail.com patbinoz@bigpond.net.au caroljilee@bigpond.com cathyt@bettsgroup.com.au vera.meehan@bigpond.com negc@westnet.com.au albatross@westnet.com.au djlittle@smartchat.net.au yok0353@bigpond.net.au information correct as of September 1 2013


WOMEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 1. STRUCTURE (i) The Competition is graded into Divisions. (ii) Each Division may be sub-divided into colours. (iii) Two (2) teams of four (4) players shall constitute a side. (iv) Composite sides are permitted with prior written permission. Clubs should ensure the integrity rule is observed. 2. REGIONAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE DRAW The Draw shall be conducted as follows: (i) 1st Division Red and 1st Division Blue 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. 2. FORMAT (i) A Sides competition with fours (4) players in each team. (ii) Two (2) bowls per player. (iii) 18 completed ends. (iv) The Fixtures will be scheduled as a home and away competition. 3. CONSTITUTED GAME (i) Twenty Four (24) 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. 4. STARTING TIME/TRIAL ENDS (i) The starting time of pennant games shall be 1.45pm. (ii) Trial ends will commence no later than 1.30pm and must be completed before the scheduled starting time. 5. FINISHING TIME (i) All Pennant games must be completed by 6:00pm. 6. LATE APPEARANCE (i) Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions. (ii) Refer Laws of the Sport of Bowls. 7. SCORING Points shall be awarded as follows: 2 Teams a Side Maximum

4 points

For aggregate win

2 points

For aggregate tie

1 point each

For rink win

1 point

For rink tie

0.5 point

8. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS (i) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixture to notify Bowls WA of the Pennant Results. (ii) Pennant results are to be phoned through to the number advised by Bowls WA no later than 6.30pm on the day of the game. (iii) Pennant Result sheets are to reach Bowls WA by close of business the next working day. Email: pr@bowlswa.com.au Fax: 9340-0888 or 9340-0880 (use black pen)

information correct as of September 1 2013

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WOMEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY Penalty: Fine Note: Once a Pennant Result Sheet has been signed by the representatives of both Clubs, the score is deemed as correct. The Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to correct obvious transposed errors or errors in additions on the Pennant Result Sheet. 9. PENNANT FINALS 9.1 Determining a 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) Colour Winners in each Division shall play Finals to determine the Divisional winner. (iv) Aggregate score in these games shall determine the winning side. 9.2 Draw of Final Games 9.2.1 1st Division Red and 1st Division Blue Semi Final

1v4

2v3

Grand Final

Winner 1 v 4

Winner 2 v 3

9.2.2 2nd Division & below (i) Colour winners are ranked from 1 to 4 according to their points. Semi Final Final

1v4

2v3

Winner 1 v 4

Winner 2 v 3

9.2.3 Division with Less than Four (4) Colours In the event of a Division having less than four (4) colours, the Pennant Finals will be determined as follows: 9.2.3.1 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. 9.2.3.2 Two (2) Colours in a Division (i) The two (2) clubs will play in the Grand Final. 9.2.3.3 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. 9.2.3.4 Five (5) Colours in a Division (i) Two (2) lowest colours played off to determine who would play in the finals against the three (3) clubs 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. 10. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION 10.1 1st Division Red (i) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 1st Division Blue. 10.2 1st Division Blue (i) The two (2) clubs finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder shall be promoted to 1st Division Red. (ii) The three (3) clubs finishing with the lowest number of points will be relegated to 2nd Division. 10.3 2nd Division (3 Colours) (i) The club finishing in 1st position on the ladder in each Colour shall be promoted to 1st Division Blue. (ii) The two (2) clubs with the lowest number of points in each colour will be relegated to 3rd Division. 10.4

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3rd Division (3 Colours) The two (2) clubs finishing 1st and 2nd on the ladder in each Colour shall be promoted to 2nd Division.

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WOMEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 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. 11. 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. 12. ANNUAL REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS All clubs shall throughout the season act with integrity towards the graded pennant competition and shall adhere to the Integrity Rule when registering players. Refer to the Integrity of Graded Pennant Policy available on the Bowls WA Website. 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 in a manner likely to gain an unfair advantage or to distort the rankings of the lower ranked grade. 12.1 Player Registration (i) At the completion of the fifth (5th) last game of the scheduled fixtures each club is required to register all players in the Division and Colour in whcih they played on that day and must reach Bowls WA prior to the fourth (4th) last game of the scheduled fixtures. (ii) In extenuating circumstances a club may apply to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the late registration of a player. (iii) 1st Division RED and 1st Division BLUE are to be regarded as seperate Divisions. (iv) For the purpose of Player movement after registration, clubs who have more than one team in a Division/ Colour will be allowed to move players into a higher graded team within the same division/colour. (v) A player may only be registered once by a club. Penalty: Failure to provide Bowls WA with an Annual Registration of Players list shall incur a fine. 12.2

Exceptional Circumstances A club which following the annual registration of player’s has a change in player availability and is experiencing genuine hardship may apply in writing to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the consideration of a dispensation from the registration criteria

Penalty: Any infringement of these restrictions after registration shall incur a penalty. ► For the first offence the offending club shall lose all points for that side for that game in that Division and any aggregate points will be allocated to the opposition ► Any subsequent or continuing offence: the offending club will incur the penalty as above and a fine for each and every occasion. 13. PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 13.1 General Abandonment (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play 8.1. 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.

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WOMEN’S SATURDAY PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 13.2 Individual Club Abandonment/Interrupted Games (i) To be read in conjunction with Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play 8.2. (ii) Any game not commenced by 2.45pm, shall be treated as abandoned in accordance with Metropolitan Pennant Comptetition General Conditions. (iii) Should the temperature reach 37◌C, then the umpire of the day is to review the prevailing conditions and decide whether the play will commence or continue. (iv) If play is still in progress at 6.00pm, 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.

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Notes:

WOMEN’S METROPOLITAN FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT

See page 83 for the Women’s Friday Night Pennant Competition Conditions of Play Payment to hosting club for green fees and supper is $6.00 per player Hosting club venues are listed below: Pennant Finals will be played on: Friday 7th March Friday 14th March

PLEASE CHECK www.bowlswa.com.au FOR CHANGES to FIXTURES

FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT - 2 RINKS RED

1. SPEARWOOD 1 2. MELVILLE 3. COCKBURN 4. CANNINGTON 5. KARDINYA 6. THORNLIE 7. SPEARWOOD 2 8. WILLETTON

WHITE

1. BAYSWATER 2. MT LAWLEY 3. INNALOO 1 4. MORLEY 1 5. BEDFORD 6. BASSENDEAN 7. PERTH & TATTS 8. BYE

BLUE

1. MORLEY 2 2. SOUTH PERTH 3. WARWICK 4. NORTH PERTH 5. CAMBRIDGE 6. INNALOO 2

WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT RED PENNANT VENUES AND DRAW Nov 15 Spearwood 1v7 2v5 4v8 3v6 Nov 22 Thornlie 7v2 6v1 8v3 5v4 Nov 29 Melville 2v8 4v6 Cockburn 3v7 1v5 Dec 6 Kardinya 2v1 5v3 4v7 8v6 Dec 13 Spearwood 1v8 6v2 3v4 7v5 Dec 20 Cannington 4v1 8v7 Cockburn 3v2 6v5 Jan 10 Thornlie 1v3 2v4 5v8 7v6 Jan 17 Kardinya 7v1 5v2 8v4 6v3 Jan 24 Melville 2v7 6v1 Cannington 4v5 3v8 Jan 31 Spearwood 8v2 6v4 7v3 5v1 Feb 7 Thornlie 1v2 3v5 7v4 6v8 Feb 14 Melville 2v6 8v1 Cockburn 4v3 5v7 Feb 21 Kardinya 1v4 7v8 2v3 5v6

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WOMEN’S METROPOLITAN FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT WHITE PENNANT VENUES AND DRAW Nov 15 Bayswater 1v7 2v5 3v6 4-Bye Nov 22 Mt Lawley 7v2 6v1 5v4 3-Bye Nov 29 Innaloo 4v6 3v7 1v5 2-Bye Dec 6 Morley 2v1 5v3 4v7 6-Bye Dec 13 Bedford 6v2 3v4 7v5 1-Bye Dec 20 Bassendean 4v1 3v2 6v5 7-Bye Jan 10 Perth & Tatts 1v3 2v4 7v6 5-Bye Jan 17 Bayswater 7v1 5v2 6v3 4-Bye Jan 24 Mt Lawley 2v7 6v1 4v5 3-Bye Jan 31 Innaloo 6v4 7v3 5v1 2-Bye Feb 7 Morley 1v2 3v5 7v4 6-Bye Feb 14 Bedford 2v6 4v3 5v7 1-Bye Feb 21 Bassendean 1v4 2v3 5v6 7-Bye Feb 28 Perth & Tatts 3v1 4v2 6v7 5-Bye

WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT BLUE PENNANT VENUES AND DRAW Nov 15 Warwick 1v6 2v5 3v4 Nov 22 South Perth 2v3 6v4 1v5 Nov 29 North Perth 5v3 6v2 1v4 Dec 6 Cambridge 5v6 1v3 4v2 Dec 13 Innaloo 1v2 3v6 4v5 Dec 20 Morley 4v3 5v2 6v1 Jan 10 Warwick 3v2 5v1 4v6 Jan 17 South Perth 3v5 2v6 4v1 Jan 24 North Perth 2v4 3v1 6v5 Jan 31 Cambridge 5v4 6v3 2v1 Feb 7 Innaloo 6v1 4v3 5v2 Feb 14 Morley 6v4 2v3 1v5 Feb 21 Warwick 1v4 5v3 6v2 Feb 28 South Perth 1v3 4v2 5v6

WOMEN’S METROPOLITAN FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT CONTACTS Club Name Phone Email Bassendean Bayswater Bedford Cambridge Cannington Cockburn Innaloo Kardinya Morley Mt Lawley North Perth South Perth Spearwood Thornlie Warwick Willetton 82

Margaret McIlwraith 0447 795 077 Paye Hoad 9248 5906 Karen Lewy 0407 005 480 Dot Bresland 9385 8214 Gail McKellar 9451 8162 Donna Tepania 0402 751 318 Marcia Monger 9446 8706 Pam Heron 9310 3426 Rhonda Reynish 9375 7967 Rosemary Lenzo 0411 450 807 Deb Edwards 0437 317 033 Vicki Edwards 0433 685 555 Nada Pivac 9434 5081 Gloria Gibbs 0409 102 196 Nancy Jobson 9448 1665 Margaret Parise 0412 155 681

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bayswaterbowls@bigpond.com brescola@bigpond.com mongers47@bigpond.com pamax7@iprimus.com.au info@mlbc.org.au deborah.edwards@fahcsia.gov.au pjtvke@squeezemail.com.au gloria.gibbs@hotmail.com margparise@hotmail.com information correct as of September 1 2013


WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 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 Match Committee will determine the venues. 3. FORMAT (i) A Sides competition with fours (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. 8. PLAYER RESTRICTIONS (i) Each side is restricted to having no more than two (2) players from the 1st Division Tuesday Pennant (One (1) player per team). (ii) Players who are members of a 1st Division Tuesday 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 Maximum

4 points

For aggregate win

2 points

For aggregate tie

1 point each

For rink win

1 point

For rink tie

0.5 point

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WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 10. ANNUAL REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS All clubs shall throughout the season act with integrity towards the graded pennant competition and shall adhere to the Integrity Rule when registering players. Refer to the Integrity of Graded Pennant Policy available on the Bowls WA Website. 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 in a manner likely to gain an unfair advantage or to distort the rankings of the lower ranked grade. 10.1 Player Registration (i) At the completion of the fifth (5th) last game of the scheduled fixtures each club is required to register all players in the Division and Colour in which they played on that day and must reach Bowls WA prior to the fourth (4th) last game of the scheduled fixtures. (ii) In extenuating circumstances a club may apply to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the late registration of a player. (iii) A player may only be registered once by a club. Penalty: Failure to provide Bowls WA with an Annual Registration of Players list shall incur a fine. 10.2

Exceptional Circumstances A club which following the annual registration of player’s has a change in player availability and is experiencing genuine hardship may apply in writing to the Bowls WA Fixtures and Events Committee for the consideration of a dispensation from the registration criteria

Penalty: Any infringement of these restrictions after registration shall incur a penalty. ► For the first offence the offending club shall lose all points for that side for that game in that Division and any aggregate points will be allocated to the opposition ► Any subsequent or continuing offence: the offending club will incur the penalty as above and a fine for each and every occasion. 11. NOTIFICATION OF PENNANT RESULTS (i) It is responsibility of the Club listed as the ‘Home Team’ in the fixtures to notify Bowls WA of the Pennant Results. (ii) A copy of the Pennant Results Sheet must reach Bowls WA by close of business the next working day. (iii) Results of all games must be advised to Bowls WA by: Email: pr@bowlswa.com.au Fax: 9340-0888 or 9340-0880 (use black pen) Penalty: Fine Note: Once a Pennant Result Sheet has been signed by the representatives of both Clubs, the score is deemed as correct. The Fixtures and Events Committee reserves the right to correct obvious transposed errors or errors in additions on the Pennant Result Sheet. 12. PENNANT FINALS 12.1 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.

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WOMEN’S FRIDAY NIGHT PENNANT COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF PLAY 12.2 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. 13. 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. 14. PROMOTION AND RELEGATION Promotions and relegations do not apply for this competition. 15. PROCEDURE IN EXTREME WEATHER 15.1 Abandonment Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions of Play shall apply. 15.2 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. 16. 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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SCHEDULE OF FINES AND ADMINISTRATION FEES Refer to General Conditions - Rule 17.

FINES Rule Reference

Detail of Incident

Amount (No GST)

Field of Play Rules General Conditions - Rule 4.1

Failure to notify a forfeit in a state event

$100 per player

Field of Play Rules General Conditions - Rule 4.3

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 10

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

$30

General Conditions Rule 12& Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions Rule 23

Illegal use of mobile phone and electronic devices

$30 per offence

Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions Rule 6.1

Failure to provide Annual Registration of Players list

$50

Specific Pennant Competitions Conditions of Play

Infringement of the Registration of Players

$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 16 Metropolitan Pennant Competition General Conditions Rule 20

Late return of a Pennant Result Sheet

$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 15.1

Transfer between clubs after commencement of pennant competition

$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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BOWLS WA HONOUR BOARDS BOWLER OF THE YEAR Rosenthal Medal Winners (Men) Year Winner Club 1991 Garry Carberry Manning 1992 Tony Krajancic Scarborough 1993 Geoff Oakley North Beach 1994 Ron Kuziela North Beach 1995 Geoff Ellis Doubleview 1996 Keith Doncon Wickepin 1997 Justin Opie Victoria Park 1998 Steve Srhoy Cockburn 1999 Geoff Whyatt Melville 2000 Tony Krajancic Cockburn 2001 Kyle McIlroy Doubleview 2002 John Goddard Osborne Park 2003 Pieter Harris Victoria Park 2004 Clive Adams Wanneroo 2005 Garry Caffell Tammin 2006 Anthony Provost Leeming 2007 David Opie Hilton Park 2008 John Goddard Osborne Park 2009 Scott Edmonds Yokine 2010 Anthony Provost Vict Park Carlisle 2011 Thomas Mitchell Vict Park Carlisle 2012 Anthony Provost Vict Park Carlisle 2013 Daniel Brown Armadale

Connie Hicks Brooch Winners (Women) Year Winner Club 1992 Norma Wainwright Melville 1993 Norma Wainwright Melville 1994 Roma Dunn Dudley Park 1995 Roma Dunn Dudley Park 1996 Roma Dunn Dudley Park 1997 Lee Poletti Geraldton 1998 Roma Dunn Dudley Park 1999 Lee Poletti Geraldton 2000 Roma Dunn Dudley Park 2001 Maureen Harkan/Therese Hastings Mosman Park 2002 Lee Poletti Geraldton 2003 Lee Poletti Melville 2004 Therese Hastings Mosman Park 2005 Roma Dunn Dudley Park 2006 Lee Poletti Geraldton 2007 Liz West Manning 2008 Therese Hastings Mosman Park 2009 Helen Morss Manning 2010 Helen Morss Manning 2011 Noelene Abe Corrigin 2012 Noelene Abe Corrigin 2013 Noelene Abe Corrigin

LIFE MEMBERS RWABA (men) W.W. Berry J. Hammill W.J.Sumpton T.P. Howe E.C. Lawrence H.F. Cook R.H. Libenow A. Cruikshank H. Snook W.H. Matthews C.E. Fraser J. Taylor A.M. AM JP Eddy W.F. Hobson Lindsay A. Adams J.J. Sullivan Theo H. Joel Arthur W. Hall information correct as of September 1 2013

WALBA (women) A.M. Yates A. Neill P. Fitzgerald M.B. Adam A. Angell I.A. Allen M. Fraser G. Hulin S. Rogers J. Shaw J. Ellett Connie Hicks OAM Daphne R. Filmer G. Whittingham H. Repacholi N. Donegan Ella Reynolds Penny Needham

WALBA (women) cont. June Perry Mary Slavich Beryl Brennan Pam Anderson Val Lester BOWLS WA (unified) Gordon McLaren Trevor Barron Gail Susac Geoff Ellis Bill Gilbride Rod Wishart

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METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS ARMADALE District Bowling Club Millman Way Armadale WA 6112 Ph: 9497 1381 Fax: 9399 2532 Email: armadalebowlingclub@bigpond.com

COMO Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) 99 Hensman Street South Perth WA 6151 Ph: 9367 3923 Fax: 9367 3923 Email: comobowlsclub@hotmail.com

BASSENDEAN Bowling Club 10 Whitfield Street Bassendean WA 6054 Ph: 9279 1949 Fax: 9279 1854 Email: bassendeanbowls@bigpond.com

DALKEITH NEDLANDS Bowling Club (Inc) Jutland Parade Dalkeith WA 6009 Ph: 9386 3131 Fax: 9389 9874 Email: dalned@bigpond.com

BAYSWATER Bowling Club 58 Murray Street Bayswater WA 6053 Ph: 9271 4515 Fax: 9271 4515 Email: bayswaterbowls@bigpond.com

DOUBLEVIEW Bowling & Recreation Club 17 Shearn Crescent Doubleview WA 6018 Ph: 9446 4322 Fax: 9446 6412 Email: dvbowl@bigpond.net.au

BEDFORD Bowling Club 145 Grand Promenade Bedford WA 6052 Ph: 9370 2454 Fax: 9271 4860 Email: bedfbowl@optusnet.com.au

EAST FREMANTLE Bowling Club (Inc) Fletcher Street East Fremantle WA 6158 Ph: 9339 2489 Fax: 9339 8597 Email: efbc@bigpond.com.au

BELMONT CITY Bowling Club Cnr Abernethy Road & Keane Street Cloverdale WA 6105 Ph: 9277 5355 Fax: 9277 5355 Email: belmontcitybowlingclub@bigpond.com

FORRESTFIELD & DISTRICTS Bowling Club Cnr Hartfield & Morrison Roads Forrestfield WA 6058 Ph: 9359 1148 Fax: 9359 1148 Email: fdbc@live.com.au

BULLCREEK AFA Bowling Club 2 Bullcreek Drive Bullcreek WA 6149 Ph: 9311 4465 Fax: Not Listed Email: bullcreekafa@optusnet.com.au

FREMANTLE Bowling Club 6 Ellen Street Fremantle WA 6160 Ph: 9335 1659 Fax: 9336 7293 Email: freolawnbowls@bigpond.com

BULLSBROOK Bowling Club Inc Maroubra Avenue Pickett Park Bullsbrook WA 6084 Ph: 9571 1792 Fax: Not Listed Email: hillbank@bigpond.com

GLEN FORREST Bowling Club McGlew Road Glen Forrest WA 6071 Ph: 9298 8343 Fax: Not Listed Email: james.henderson1939@bigpond.com

BYFORD Bowling Club 845 South West Highway Byford WA 6122 Ph: 9525 1276 Fax: 9525 0300 Email: byfordistcc@bigpond.com

GOSNELLS Bowling Club Inc Cnr Albany Highway & Dorothy Street Gosnells WA 6110 Ph: 9398 2491 Fax: 9490 3775 Email: gosnellsbc@westnet.com.au

CAMBRIDGE Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) Chandler Ave West, Floreat WA 6014 Ph: 9387 3018 Fax: 9387 8014 Email: cambridgebowlsclub@bigpond.com

HILTON PARK Bowling & Rec Club (Inc) Shepherd Street Beaconsfield WA 6162 Ph: 9337 2897 Fax: 9337 2601 Email: hpbowling@westnet.com.au

CANNINGTON Bowling Club Cnr George Street West & Fleming Ave Cannington WA 6107 Ph: 9458 3408 Fax: 9458 2985 Email: info@canningtonbc.com

HOLLYWOOD SUBIACO Bowling Club 42 Smyth Road Nedlands WA 6009 Ph: 9381 8941 Fax: 9388 3848 Email: hsbc1@iinet.net.au

CLAREMONT Recreation Club (Inc) 64 Bayview Tce Claremont WA 6010 Ph: 9384 0395 Fax: 9384 0395 Email: claremontbowls@yahoo.com.au

INNALOO Bowling Club 75 Birdwood Street Innaloo WA 6018 Ph: 9446 9076 Fax: 9446 9833 Email: innaloosc@westnet.com.au

COCKBURN Bowling & Recreation Club 300 Rockingham Road Spearwood WA 6163 Ph: 9418 1102 Fax: 9434 2082 Email: cockburnbowls@iinet.net.au

JOONDALUP Bowling Club 6 Miami Beach Promenade Iluka WA 6028 Ph: 9304 1131 Fax: 9304 0900 Email: secretary@joondalupbowls.com.au

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METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS KALAMUNDA Bowling Club 18 Kalamunda Road Kalamunda WA 6076 Ph: 9293 4946 Fax: 9293 1432 Email: admin@kalamundaclubinc.com

MOSMAN PARK Bowling Club 39 Bayview Terrace Mosman Park WA 6012 Ph: 9384 7951 Fax: 9385 6150 Email: info@mosmanparkbowlingclub.com.au

KARDINYA Bowling Club Morris Buzacott Reserve Williamson Road Kardinya WA 6163 Ph: 9310 6107 Fax: 9310 6436 Email: kardybowls@westnet.com.au

MT LAWLEY Bowling Club (Inc) Cnr Rookwood & Storthes Street Mt Lawley WA 6050 Ph: 9370 5070 Fax: 9271 0680 Email: info@mlbc.org.au

KWINANA Bowling Club 1 Brownell Crescent Medina WA 6167 Ph: 9439 1810 Fax: 9439 3837 Email: kwinanabc@westnet.com.au

MT PLEASANT Bowling Club 40 Bedford Road Mt Pleasant WA 6153 Ph: 9364 4662 Fax: 9364 4622 Email: secretary@mtpbc.org.au

LAKE MONGER Bowling Club 144 Gregory Street Wembley WA 6014 Ph: 9387 2636 Fax: 9387 6069 Email: lmrc144@bigpond.com

MUNDARING Bowling Club 665 Coolgardie Street Mundaring WA 6073 Ph: 9295 1109 Fax: 9295 1109 Email: lorrainemabel@hotmail.com

LEEMING Bowls & Recreation Club Dimond Court Leeming WA 6149 Ph: 9310 5400 Fax: 9332 2306 Email: leemingbc@iinet.net.au

NOLLAMARA Bowling Club Lemana Road Nollamara WA 6061 Ph: 9344 3664 Fax: 9207 3570 Email: nollabowls@bigpond.com

MANNING MEMORIAL Bowling Club Challenger Ave Manning WA 6152 Ph: 9450 4998 Fax: 9450 6614 Email: manningeagles@bigpond.com

NORTH BEACH Bowling Club Inc 7 Kitchener Street North Beach WA 6020 Ph: 9447 3077 Fax: 9447 3555 Email: northbeachbc@bigpond.com

MAYLANDS Bowling Club 50 Clarkson Road Maylands WA 6051 Ph: 9271 1377 Fax: 9271 1399 Email: maypensport@bipgond.com

NORTH PERTH Bowling Club Woodville Reserve Farmer Street North Perth WA 6006 Ph: 9444 5500 Fax: 9444 5285 Email: northperthbowling@bigpond.com

MELVILLE Bowling Club 592 Canning Highway Alfred Cove WA 6154 Ph: 9330 3370 Fax: 9330 7161 Email: mbcinc@iinet.net.au

OSBORNE PARK Bowling Club 31 Park Street Tuart Hill WA 6060 Ph: 9349 1188 Fax: 9344 4034 Email: osborneparkbowlingclub@bigpond.com

MERRIWA AFA Bowling Club RAAF Estate 19 Hughie Edwards Drive Merriwa WA 6030 Ph: 9400 3643 Fax: 9400 3683 Email: merriwabowls@gmail.com

PERTH & TATTERSALLS Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) 2 Plain Street East Perth WA 6004 Ph: 9325 5977 Fax: 9325 5047 Email: manager@perthandtatts.com.au

MIDLAND MORRISON Bowling Club Patterson Drive Middle Swan WA 6056 Ph: 9274 1383 or 9250 3147 Fax: 9250 3147 Email: mmbowling@ozforce.net.au

PICKERING BROOK Bowling Club 35 Weston Road Pickering Brook WA 6076 Ph: 9293 8263 Fax: 9293 8003 Email: vg_s@sctelco.net.au

MILLS PARK Bowling Club 86 Brixton Street Beckenham WA 6107 Ph: 9451 4459 Fax: 9451 4482 Email: millspark@bigpond.com

QUINNS ROCKS Bowling Club Tapping Way Quinns Rocks WA 6030 Ph: 9305 1242 Fax: Not Listed Email: Not Listed

MORLEY Bowling Club 85 McGilvray Ave Noranda WA 6062 Ph: 9275 9712 Fax: Not Listed Email: mbc@eftel.net.au

ROCKINGHAM Bowling Club Kent Street Rockingham WA 6168 Ph: 9527 1701 Fax: 9527 9326 Email: rockybowls@bigpond.com

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METROPOLITAN CLUB CONTACTS ROLEYSTONE Bowling Club 6 Wygonda Road Roleystone WA 6111 Ph: 9397 5665 Fax: Not Listed Email: Not Listed

VICTORIA PARK CARLISLE Bowling Club 18 Kent Street East Victoria Park WA 6101 Ph: 9361 1560 Fax: 9470 3100 Email: secretary@vicparkbowls.com.au

ROSSMOYNE Bowling Club (Inc) Tuscan Street Rossmoyne WA 6148 Ph: 9457 2497 Fax: 9259 5770 Email: riverto@bigpond.net.au

WANNEROO Bowling Club Crisafulli Ave Wanneroo WA 6065 Ph: 9405 1152 Fax: 9306 5224 Email: wssc1@bigpond.com

Bowls SAFETY BAY (Inc) 130 Gloucester Crescent Safety Bay WA 6169 Ph: 9527 2331 Fax: Not Listed Email: office@bowlssafetybay.com.au

WARNBRO Bowling Club (Inc) 38 Okehampton Road Warnbro WA 6169 Ph: 9593 3022 Fax: 9593 3763 Email: warnbrobowlingclub@bigpond.com

SCARBOROUGH Sportsmens Club (Inc) 75 Deanmore Road Scarborough WA 6019 Ph: 9341 6000 Fax: 9341 8587 Email: sscbowls@iinet.net.au

WARWICK Bowling Club Lloyd Drive Warwick WA 6024 Ph: 9343 6017 Fax: 9343 0187 Email: warwick.bowls@bigpond.com.au

SORRENTO Bowling Club (Inc) 40 Warwick Road Duncraig WA 6023 Ph: 9447 0696 Fax: 9448 0944 Email: sorrentobowlingclub@amnet.net.au

WILLETTON Bowling Club Burrendah Boulevarde Willetton WA 6155 Ph: 9457 9890 Fax: 9310 6672 Email: yvonnemegson@bigpond.com

SOUTH PERTH Bowling Club 2 Mends Street South Perth WA 6151 Ph: 9367 2784 Fax: 9474 1578 Email: spbc@bigpond.net.au

YANCHEP Bowling Club 81 Yanchep Beach Road Yanchep WA 6035 Ph: 9561 1196 Fax: 9561 1198 Email: yanchepsportsclub@aapt.net.au

SPEARWOOD Bowling Club Lot 2 Azelia Street Spearwood WA 6163 Ph: 9418 1021 Fax: 9418 5911 Email: Not Listed

YOKINE DISTRICTS Bowling Club 10 Wordsworth Ave Yokine WA 6060 Ph: 9444 7000 Fax: 9444 3020 Email: yok0353@bigpond.net.au

SPORTS ASSOCIATION Bowling Club Stancliffe Street Mt Lawley WA 6050 Ph: 9272 4154 Fax: 9271 4157 Email: sporties@tpg.com.au STIRLING Bowling Club 78 Jones Street Stirling WA 6021 Ph: 9349 9099 Fax: 9349 5656 Email: stirlingadriatic@amnet.net.au SWAN Bowling & Recreation Club (Inc) James & Attfield Streets Guildford WA 6055 Ph: 9377 1041 Fax: 9377 1041 Email: swanbowlingclub@bigpond.com.au THORNLIE Bowling Club 6 Ravenhill Road Thornlie WA 6108 Ph: 9459 9414 Fax: 9493 3335 Email: thornliebowlingclub@westnet.com.au VALLEY Bowls Club (Inc) Maffina Parade, off Bordeaux Lane, Ellenbrook WA 6069 Ph: 6296 5580 Fax: 6296 5601 Email: admin@valleybowls.com

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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

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


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