EBF AND EWBF Outdoor County fixtures for 2020

 

<A>   MEN & Under-25  (Venues after fixtures)

 

ADAMS MATCHES – Northern SECTION 2020.

16/05/20 Derbyshire V Cleveland Derby W.E. 1.30pm

16/05/20 Nottinghamshire V Humberside Bilsthorpe 1.30pm

30/05/20 Durham V Humberside Jack Clark Park 1.30pm

30/05/20 Cleveland V Northumberland Ropner Park 12.30pm

06/06/20 Humberside V Northumberland Cemex 1.30pm

13/06/20 Derbyshire V Durham Derby W.E. 1.30pm

14/06/20 Nottinghamshire V Durham Bilsthorpe 1.30pm

20/06/20 Cleveland V Nottinghamshire Ropner Park 1.30pm

20/06/20 Humberside V Derbyshire Cemex 1.30pm

21/06/20 Northumberland V Nottinghamshire Hirst Park 11.00am

27/06/20 Northumberland V Derbyshire Hirst Park 1.30pm

04/07/20 Durham V Cleveland Jack Clark Park 1.30pm

11/07/20 Nottinghamshire V Derbyshire Bilsthorpe 1.30pm

11/07/20 Cleveland V Humberside Ropner Park 1.30pm

11/07/20 Durham V Northumberland Jack Clark Park 1.30pm

 

NEWTON MATCHES – Northern SECTION 2020.

16/05/20 Derbyshire V Cleveland Derby W.E. 1.30pm

16/05/20 Nottinghamshire V Humberside Bilsthorpe 1.30pm

30/05/20 Durham V Humberside Jack Clark Park 1.30pm

30/05/20 Cleveland V Northumberland Ropner Park 12.30pm

06/06/20 Humberside V Northumberland Winterton B.C.,. 1.30pm

13/06/20 Derbyshire V Durham Derby W.E. 1.30pm

14/06/20 Nottinghamshire V Durham Bilsthorpe 1.30pm

20/06/20 Cleveland V Nottinghamshire Ropner Park 1.30pm

20/06/20 Humberside V Derbyshire Winterton B.C. 1.30pm

21/06/20 Northumberland V Nottinghamshire Hirst Park 11.00am

27/06/20 Northumberland V Derbyshire Hirst Park 1.30pm

04/07/20 Durham V Cleveland Jack Clark Park 1.30pm

11/07/20 Nottinghamshire V Derbyshire Bilsthorpe 1.30pm

11/07/20 Cleveland V Humberside Ropner Park 1.30pm

11/07/20 Durham V Northumberland Jack Clark Park 1.30pm

 

REG WRIGHT TROPHY – Northern Section 2020

17/05/2020 Nottinghamshire V Northumberland Southwell B.C 1.30

24/05/2020 Lincolnshire V Nottinghamshire Spalding B.C. 1. 30

14/06/2020 Derbyshire V Lincolnshire Stute 1.30

28/06/2020 Northumberland V Derbyshire t.b.c. 1. 30

12/07/2020 Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire Southwell B.C 1. 30

26/07/2020 Northumberland V Lincolnshire Hirst Park 1.30

 

ADAMS MATCHES – SOUTHERN SECTION 2020.

Date Home Away Venue Time

06/06/2020 Huntingdonshire v North Essex St Ives Bowls Club 2.00

06/06/2020 Lincolnshire v Norfolk Burton House 2.00

06/06/2020 Northants v Suffolk Blackstones 2.00

13/06/2020 Norfolk v Suffolk Holt B. C 2.00

13/06/2020 North Essex v Lincolnshire Radwinter B.C 2.00

13/06/2020 Northants v Huntingdonshire Blackstones 2.00

20/06/2020 Norfolk v North Essex Holt B. C 2.00

20/06/2020 Lincolnshire v Northants Burton House 2.00

20/06/2020 Suffolk v Huntingdonshire Leiston Town 2.00

27/06/2020 Lincolnshire v Suffolk Burton House 2.00

27/06/2020 Huntingdonshire v Norfolk St Ives Bowls Club 2.00

27/06/2020 North Essex v Northants Radwinter B.C 2.00

04/07/2020 Norfolk v Northants Holt B. C 2.00

04/07/2020 Huntingdonshire v Lincolnshire St Ives Bowls Club 2.00

04/07/2020 Suffolk v North Essex Leiston Town 2.00

 

NEWTON MATCHES – SOUTHERN SECTION 2020.

06/06/2020 Huntingdonshire v North Cambs Ramsey B. C. 2.00

06/06/2020 Lincolnshire v Norfolk Grantham 2.00

06/06/2020 Northants v Suffolk City of Peterborough 2.00

13/06/2020 Norfolk v Suffolk R. G Carters 2.00

13/06/2020 North Cambs v Lincolnshire Upwell BC 2.00

13/06/2020 Northants v Huntingdonshire City of Peterborough 2.00

20/06/2020 Norfolk v North Cambs R. G Carters 2.00

20/06/2020 Lincolnshire v Northants Grantham 2.00

20/06/2020 Suffolk v Huntingdonshire Laxfield. 2.00

27/06/2020 Lincolnshire v Suffolk Grantham 2.00

27/06/2020 Huntingdonshire v Norfolk Ramsey B. C. 2.00

27/06/2020 North Cambs v Northants Upwell BC 2.00

04/07/2020 Norfolk v Northants R. G Carters 2.00

04/07/2020 Huntingdonshire v Lincolnshire Ramsey B. C. 2.00

04/07/2020 Suffolk v North Cambs Laxfield. 2.00

  

REG WRIGHT MATCHES SOUTHERN SECTION 2020.

24/05 Suffolk A v Suffolk B Halesworth 2.00

24/05 Hunts A v Norfolk A Sawtry Bowls Club 2.00

24/05 Hunts B v Norfolk B Sawtry Bowls Club 2.00

31/05 Hunts B v Hunts A Sawtry Bowls Club 2.00

31/05 Norfolk A v Suffolk A Cawston B. C 2.00

31/05 Norfolk B v Suffolk B Cawston B. C 2.00

07/06 Norfolk A v Norfolk B Cawston B. C 2.00

07/06 Suffolk A v Hunts A Halesworth 2.00

07/06 Suffolk B v Hunts B Halesworth 2.00

14/06 Norfolk A v Hunts B Cawston B. C 2.00

14/06 Norfolk B v Hunts A Cawston B. C 2.00

21/06 Suffolk A v Norfolk B Halesworth 2.00

21/06 Suffolk B v Norfolk A Halesworth 2.00

28/06 Hunts A Suffolk B Sawtry Bowls Club 2.00

28/06 Hunts B Suffolk A Sawtry Bowls Club 2.00

 

COUNTY MATCH GREEN ADDRESS E.B.F.

CLEVELAND:

ROPNER PARK Balmoral Terrace, Stockton -on-Tees TS18 4DD

DERBYSHIRE

DERBY WEST END Markeaton Street, Derby DE1 1DW

THE STUTE The Sports Ground, Hallam Fields, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4AZ

DURHAM

JACK CLARK PARK Horsley Hill Road, South Shields Tyne & Wear NE33 3HE

HUMBERSIDE

Cemex: Sluice Road, South Ferriby, North Lincs. DN18 6JL

Winterton 23 Wesley Cl, Winterton, Scunthorpe DN15 9QB

HUNTINGDONSHIRE

St Ives Bowls Club Priory Road, St Ives Cambs PE27 5BB

Ramsey Bowls Club 4. The Terrace Ramsey Cambs PE 26 1DD

Sawtry B.C. Green End Road, Swtry. PE28 5UY

LINCOLNSHIRE

BURTON HOUSE Wainfleet Road, Boston, Lincs PE21 9RW

Grantham B. C. Bowling Green Lane, Grantham, Lincs. NG31 6HF Castle B.C. Albion Street, Spalding, Lincs PE11 2AJ.

NORFOLK

Cawston B.C. Norwich Road, Cawston. NR10.4EX

R G CARTERS King George V Recreation Ground, 9-11 Drayton High Road, Norwich. NR8 6BA Holt B.C. Kelling Road Holt NR25 6TX

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Blackstones Sports Lincoln Road, Stamford, Lincs PE9 1UU

City of Peterborough Dalrod Sports Centre, Bretton Gate, Westwood Peterborough, PE3 9UZ

NORTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Upwell BC New Road, Upwell, PE14 9AB

NORTH ESSEX

Radwinter B.C. Recreation Ground, Radwinter, Essex. CB10 2TX

NORTHUMBERLAND

HIRST PARK Hirst Park, Ashington, Northumberland NE63 9BA
New Delaval & Newsham, Beatrice Avenue, Blyth NE24 4BP

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Bilsthorpe Colliery B. C. Eakring Road Bilsthorpe NG22 8SU Southwell Town Bowls Club War Memorial Ground, Bishops Drive, Southwell, Notts NG25 OJP

SUFFOLK

Leiston Town . Victory road, Leiston. IP16 4DQ.

Laxfield. The playing field , Noyes Avenue, Laxfield. IP13 8EB Halesworth Angel B. C Dairy Hill, Halesworth. IP19 8JS

 

 

<B>   WOMEN   (Venues after fixtures)

 

DONALD STEWARD TROPHY - Northern Section 2020

13/5/20 Lincolnshire v Derbyshire Boultham Park 1.00pm

20/5/20 Derbyshire v Cleveland Derby West End 1.30pm

21/5/20 Durham v Lincolnshire Jack Clarke Park 1.00pm

21/5/20 Humberside v Notts South Cave 1.45pm

1/6/20 Cleveland v Notts John W. Park 2.00pm

4/6/20 Durham v Humberside Jack Clarke Park 2.00pm

11/6/20 Notts v Derbyshire Manor Sports 2.00pm

12/6/20 Cleveland v Durham John W. Park 2.00pm

18/6/20 Humberside v Lincolnshire South Cave 1.00pm

25/6/20 Derbyshire v Durham Derby West End 1.30pm

1/7/20 Cleveland v Humberside John W. Park 2.00pm

2/7/20 Lincolnshire v Notts Boultham Park 1.00pm

8/7/20 Lincolnshire v Cleveland Boultham Park 1.00pm

16/7/20 Derbyshire v Humberside Derby West End 2.00pm

16/7/20 Notts v Durham Manor Sports 2.00pm

 

SILVER JUBILEE VASE – NORTHERN SECTION

13/5/20 Lincolnshire v Derbyshire Moorland Railway1.00pm

20/5/20 Derbyshire v Cleveland Derby West End 1.30pm

21/5/20 Durham v Lincolnshire Jack Clarke Park 1.00pm

21/5/20 Humberside v Notts Market Weighton 1.45pm

1/6/20 Cleveland v Notts John W. Park 2.00pm

4/6/20 Durham v Humberside Jack Clarke Park 2.00pm

11/6/20 Notts v Derbyshire Manor Sports 2.00pm

12/6/20 Cleveland v Durham John W. Park 2.00pm

18/6/20 Humberside v Lincolnshire Market Weighton 1.00pm

25/6/20 Derbyshire v Durham Derby West End 1.30pm

1/7/20 Cleveland v Humberside John W. Park 2.00pm

2/7/20 Lincolnshire v Notts Moorland Railway1.00pm

8/7/20 Lincolnshire v Cleveland Moorland Railway1.00pm

16/7/20 Derbyshire v Humberside Derby West End 2.00pm

16/7/20 Notts v Durham Manor Sports 2.00pm

 

DONALD STEWARD TROPHY - Southern Section 2020

3/6/20 North Cambs v North Essex March Town 1.00pm

3/6/20 Suffolk v Hunts Kessingland BC 1.00pm

10/6/20 Hunts v Norfolk Somersham 1.00pm

10/6/20 North Cambs v Suffolk March Town 1.00pm

16/6/20 North Essex v Northants Cornard B.C. 1.00pm

17/6/20 Suffolk v Norfolk Kessingland BC 1.00pm

22/6/20 Norfolk v Northants Acle 1.00pm

24/6/20 Hunts v North Cambs Somersham 1.00pm

30/6/20 North Essex v Hunts Cornard B.C. 1.00pm

1/7/20 North Cambs v Northants March Town 1.00pm

7/7/20 North Essex v Norfolk Cornard B.C. 1.00pm

8/7/20 Northants v Suffolk City of Peterborough 1.00pm

13/7/20 Norfolk v North Cambs Acle 1.00pm

15/7/20 Suffolk v North Essex Kessingland BC 1.00pm

15/7/20 Northants v Hunts City of Peterborough 1.00pm

 

SILVER JUBILEE VASE – SOUTHERN SECTION 2020

3/6/20 Suffolk v Hunts Halesworth BC 1.00pm

10/6/20 Hunts v Norfolk Ramsey 1.00pm

10/6/20 North Cambs v Suffolk March Town 1.00pm

17/6/20 Suffolk v Norfolk Halesworth BC 1.00pm

22/6/20 Norfolk v Northants Markhem 1.00pm

24/6/20 Hunts v North Cambs Ramsey 1.00pm

1/7/20 North Cambs v Northants March Town 1.00pm

8/7/20 Northants v Suffolk Yaxley BC 1.00pm

13/7/20 Norfolk v North Cambs Markham 1.00pm

15/7/20 Northants v Hunts Yaxley 1.00pm

 

 

COUNTY MATCH GREEN ADDRESS E.W.B.F.

CLEVELAND

JOHN WHITEHEAD PARK B.C Roseberry Estate, Billingham Cleveland TS23 2DD

DERBYSHIRE

Derby West End Markeaton Street Derby DE1 1DW

DURHAM

Jack Clark Park Jack Clark Park, Horsley Hill Road, South Shields NE33 3HE

HUMBERSIDE

South Cave BC, Church St, South Cave, HU15 2EP

Market Weighton BC, Beverley Road, Market Weighton. YO43 3JP

HUNTINGDONSHIRE

Ramsey BC, 4 Abbeyrooms Lane, Ramsley, Cambs, PE26 1DD

Somersham Bowls Club: Dove Close, High Street, Somersham, PE28 3JA

LINCOLNSHIRE

Boultham Park Lincoln. LN6 7ST

Midland Railway LN6 8RT

NORFOLK

Acle. NR13 3RA

Martham Park, Rollesby Rd, Martham, Gt. Yarmouth NR29 4SW

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Yaxley BC 200 Broadway, Yaxley, Peterborough. PE7 3NT

C of P Sports CLUB Bretton Gate Westwood PE3 9UZ

NORTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE

March Town March Town Cambs. PE15 9PS

NORTH ESSEX

Cornard B.C. Stevenson Approach, Broom St, Gt. Cornard CO10 0WD

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Manor Sports Complex. Kingsley Avenue, Mansfield Woodhouse, Mansfield, Notts NG19 8JY.

SUFFOLK

Halesworth BC, Dairy Hil, Halesworth. IP19 8JS

Kessingland BC. The Avenue. Kesslingland, . NR33 7QB

 

ENGLISH BOWLS UMPIRES’ FEDERATION CONSTITUTION
Changes for 2020 shown in RED

 

Please click on the appropriate section below:-
Title
Objects
Membership
Finance
Administration
Executive Committee
Life Membership
Annual General Meeting
Special General Meeting
Constitutional Powers
Standing Orders
Dress for Inter-County Matches
National Finals





1 TITLE

 

1.1 This body shall be called the 'English Bowls Umpires' Federation' (hereinafter called the ‘E.B.U.F.’).

1.2 The English Bowling Federation (hereinafter called the ‘E.B.F.’), having created and established the E.B.U.F. shall encourage and foster that body; the E.B.U.F. for its part shall, by its actions, demonstrate that it is worthy of such encouragement and fostering

1.3 The E.B.U.F. shall conduct its own domestic affairs, subject to its ultimate responsibility for those

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2 OBJECTS - The objects of the E.B.U.F. shall be:-

 

2.1 To hold periodic examinations of candidates to become qualified umpire/ markers.

2.2 To hold periodic examination of candidates to become qualified club markers.

2.3 To require any umpire who is non-active in Inter - County or National umpiring or marking duties for a period of 2 years or more and who wishes to resume such duties to sit a written question paper on the current Rules and Laws of the Game. Candidates would need to achieve the required pass mark to return to active duty.

2.4 On receipt of a written complaint being upheld concerning an Umpires ability to carry out the role of Umpire / Marker efficiently and correctly, said person shall be re-examined on the practical aspects of the role by an EBUF Examiner. If the Umpire / Marker is unable to carry out the duties effectively their membership will be suspended or terminated subject to any further assessment.

2.5 To provide qualified umpires for games of bowls played under the jurisdiction of the E.B.F. or of the English Women's Bowling Federation (hereinafter called the ‘E.W.B.F.’)

2.5 To consult with the E.B.F and the E.W.B.F on the "Laws of the Game" and amendments thereto.

2.6 To give guidance on the "Laws of the Game"



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3 MEMBERSHIP

 

3.1 Membership of the E.B.U.F. shall be open to umpires qualified by passing an examination organised by the E.B.U.F. The right of membership shall be at the discretion of the Executive Committee of the E.B.U.F.

3.2 The Presidents of the E.B.F. and the E.W.B.F. shall, during their term of office be ex-officio members of the E.B.U.F.



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4 FINANCE

 

4.1 The Honorary Treasurer shall keep a precise account of the income and expenditure to the 30th day of September, and shall present it, duly audited and signed by a competent person, to the EBUF Annual General Meeting. A copy of that account, so audited shalt be delivered forthwith to the Secretary of the E B.F who shall arrange for it to be presented to the Annual General Meeting of the E.B.F. and subsequently published in the E.B.F. Yearbook.

4.2 Any request by the Honorary Treasurer of the E.B.U.F. for financial assistance shall be made to National Executive Committee of the E.B.F.

4.3 The National Executive Committee of the E B F, in determining the level of financial assistance to be given to the E B U F shall disregard member’s subscriptions and any genuine donations.


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5 ADMINISTRATION

 

5.1 The following officers of the E.B.U.F. shall be elected and appointed at the Annual General Meeting: -

Chairman, Deputy-Chairman, Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer together with an Examination officer for each of the Northern, Midland and Southern Areas.

5.2 The Honorary Secretary shall keep a record of all-business transacted at the Annual General Meeting, and at all meetings of the Executive Committee'

5.3 The Honorary Secretary shall submit an annual written report to the Annual General Meeting of the E.B.F. not less than 28 days before the date of that Annual General Meeting

5.4 The Honorary Secretary shall submit to the National Executive Committee of the E.B.F. minutes of each Executive Committee meeting within 21 days of the date of such meeting.

5.5 The E.B.U.F may appoint a representative to the National Delegate Council of the E.B.F. Such representative will have the power to speak but shall have a vote which is restricted to matters which fall directly within his sphere of office.

5.6 A working party consisting of the Chairman, Secretary, and Honorary Treasurer

of the E.B.F. and the Chairman, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer of the E.B.U.F. shall meet as and when required to consider matters of mutual concern.



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6 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

 

6.1 The Executive committee of the E.B.U.F. shall be composed of qualified umpires;

it shall consist of the elected and appointed officers.

6.2 The Presidents of the E.B.F. and of the E.W.B.F. shall, during their term of office, be ex-officio members of the Executive Committee.

6.3 Four members of the Executive Committee shall form a quorum

6.4 The Executive Committee shall have the power to co-opt persons to the Committee to fill vacancies occurring among the officers between Annual General Meetings.

6.5 The Executive Committee shall meet at least twice a year and shall deal with the affairs of the E.B.U.F. excepting matters of principle or policy which shall be dealt with at a General Meeting.

6.6 Any Officeholder or Life Member who holds more than one position within the E.B.U.F. may vote

only once on any issue.



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7 LIFE MEMBERSHIP

 

7.1 Life Membership may be conferred on members of the E B U F who, by loyal service or other meritorious action, are recommended by the Executive Committee to be deserving of that honour.

7.2 Life Members may attend the Annual General Meeting with power to speak and vote.

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8 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

 

8.1 The Annual General Meeting shall be held on the first Sunday in November each year

8.2 Notices of Motion to be considered at the Annual General Meeting must be received, in writing, by the Honorary Secretary not less than 56 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting.

8.3 The Honorary Secretary shall circulate to all members details of Notices of Motion received by him in accordance with article 8 2 at least 42 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting.

8.4 Any member wishing to amend a Notice of Motion circulated in accordance with Article 8.3 shall, not less than 28 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting, give notice in writing to the Honorary Secretary of his intention so to do, indicating in such notice the wording of the amendment.

8.5 Any member wishing to nominate an officeholder shall, not less than 28 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting, give notice in writing to the Honorary Secretary of that nomination

8.6 A notice of the Annual General Meeting including Notices of Motion and Amendments received by the Honorary Secretary and any other business to be transacted, together with details of written nominations received for the Election of office-holders, shall be circulated by the Honorary Secretary to members at least 14 days before the Meeting is held.

8.7 Only Motions and Amendments circulated in-accordance with Article 8 6 shall be permitted, and no further amendments may be made, at the Annual General Meeting.

8.8 Notices of Motion, Amendments of Motions and Nominations of Officeholders must be seconded at the Annual General Meeting before being spoken to or voted upon.

8.9 Notices of Motion emanating from the E.B.U.F. on any matter other than a domestic one shall be submitted to the Annual General Meeting of the E.B.F. through the National Executive Committee of that body.

8.10 Any Officeholder or Life Member who holds more than one position within the E.B.U.F. may vote only once on any issue.


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9 SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING

 

9.1 A Special General Meeting may be called at any time by the Executive Committee and where it certifies the subject matter to be a case of urgency, it shall be called within 14 days by the Honorary Secretary on receipt of a written request signed by ten members.

9.2 The Honorary Secretary shall give 28 days notice of such Special General Meeting and shall with such notice state what business is to be discussed.

9.3 At any Special General Meeting only he business of which notice has been given in accordance with Article 9.2 of the Constitution shall be discussed.

9.4 In all other respects the procedure for voting at a Special General Meeting shall be the same as at an Annual General Meeting.


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10 CONSTITUTIONAL POWERS

 

10.1 Amendments to the Constitution and standing orders may only be proposed at an Annual General Meeting or at a Special General Meeting called for that purpose.

10.2 Any Notice of Motion to amend the Constitution and standing orders must be in the hands of the Honorary Secretary at least 56 days before the Annual General Meeting or 28 days before a Special General Meeting.

10.3 The constitution and standing orders of the E.B.U.F. and any amendment thereof shall be of no effectuntil it has the approval and confirmation of the National Executive Committee of the E.B.F.



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STANDING ORDERS

 

1. Members of the Executive Committee attending management meetings and umpires on duty may claim travelling expenses at rates stipulated by the National Executive Committee of the English Bowling Federation.

2. The Executive Committee of the E.B.U.F shall have power to cease membership. The said member if he or she wishes may appeal to the National Executive Committee of the English Bowling Federation.

3. The annual subscriptions shall be decided at the AGM.

4. All such payments of subscriptions shall be payable by the 31st December in the year of the AGM.

5. Any member who is not in possession of a current Umpires Membership Card may not officiate at any match.

6. Any member fails the examinations twice will not be permitted to take them again.

7. On receipt of a written complaint against an umpire received by the EBUF Chairman/Secretary the umpire in question must be informed in writing of the date and nature of the complaint, requesting his or her version of the complaint. This is also to be in writing. Should the umpire’s version conflict with the original complaint: he/she should be observed at the next match. If the observers report is complimentary, no further action will be taken, and the county involved will be notified in writing. Any umpire, whose complaint against them is upheld, will be requested to retake both written and practical examinations, which should include if possible, the fault in the complaint. The umpire in question should be suspended from active duty pending the outcome of the re-test. Should the umpire refuse to take the re-test, he/she will be withdrawn from the active county list and informed accordingly in writing.

8. Umbrellas are not permitted on the green whilst umpiring or marking.

9. All members of the EBUF officiating at inter county matches and national or county finals must be members of an affiliated EBF/EWBF club.


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DRESS FOR INTER COUNTY MATCHES AND COUNTY FINALS

MEN

An Official coloured EBUF Umpires shirt which may be worn with or without a Royal Blue Fleece, an official coloured EBUF windproof/showerproof jacket, Royal Blue or Black Blazer or Waterproofs.

or

A white or cream shirt with collar and sleeves and E.B.U.F. Tie. This must be worn under the Royal Blue Fleece, Royal Blue or Black Blazer or Waterproofs.

and

White or Cream Trousers with a white belt or braces (braces if worn must be covered), white underwear, white socks and white bowls shoes.

White or Blue waterproof tops may be worn.

and

Optional wear –

1. Either a white cap or hat (a hat must have an EBUF hatband attached), or an Official blue EBUF baseball cap.

2. An Official badged royal blue belt bag to carry markers equipment.

 

LADIES

An Official coloured EBUF Umpires shirt which may be worn with or without the Royal Blue Fleece, an official coloured EBUF windproof/showerproof jacket, Royal Blue, White or Cream Blazer or Waterproofs.

or

A white or cream shirt with collar and sleeves. This must be worn under the Royal Blue Fleece, Royal Blue, White or Cream Blazer or Waterproofs.

and

Either White/Cream Trousers (not cropped) (as supplied by a bowls wear retailer) or White/Cream REGULATION length skirt, plain white underwear, white socks with trousers or light brown stockings or tights with a skirt and white bowls shoes.

Optional wear –

1. A Hat, which if worn it must be a recognized Ladies bowls hat with EBUF hatband or an Official blue EBUF baseball cap.

2. An Official badged royal blue belt bag to carry markers equipment.

3. An EBUF tie.




NATIONAL FINALS
 

 

DRESS FOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

MEN

 

1. As for Inter County Matches and County Finals.

 

2. A Royal Blue Blazer or Royal Blue Fleece will be worn, with the other formal wear chosen, when Umpiring or Marking the Final of any competition.

 

3. The Blazer or Fleece may only bear an Umpires or Markers Badge, Name lapel badge and any EBUF ‘Badge of Office’.

 

4. Umbrellas are not permitted on the green whilst Umpiring or Marking.

 

LADIES

 

1. As for Inter County Matches and County Finals EXCEPT that if a White or Cream shirt with collar and sleeves is worn an EBUF tie must also be worn.

 

2. A Royal Blue Blazer or Royal Blue Fleece will be worn, with the other formal wear chosen, when Umpiring or Marking the Final of any competition.

 

3. The Blazer or Fleece may only bear an Umpires or Markers Badge, Name lapel badge and any EBUF ‘Badge of Office’.

 

 

Umbrellas are not permitted on the green whilst Umpiring or Marking.

 



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Derbyshire Trophy 2019/20 - Group Stage

 

 North

 

        Time Score Points Venue
19 Jan 2020 Humberside v Nottinghamshire 12.00  80 - 88 4 - 10  North Cave
26 Jan 2020 Northumberland v Durham 14.00 103 - 90  4 - 10  West Denton
2 Feb 2020 Nottinghamshire v Durham 12.30 73 - 104  0 - 14  Newark
t.b.c. Humberside v Northumberland 12.00     North Cave
23 Feb 2020 Northumberland v Nottinghamshire 14.00     West Denton
15 Mar 2020 Durham v Humberside 13.00     Jack Clarke

 

North Group         Rink Shots Shots Shot TOTAL
  P W D L Pts For Against Diff PTS
Durham 2 2 0 0 12 207 163 44 24
Nottinghamshire 2 1 0 1 4 161 184 -23 10
Humberside 1 0 0 1 4 80 88 -8 4
Northumberland 1 0 0 1 4 90 103 -13 4

 

South

 

        Time Score Points Venue
13 Oct 2019 Northamptonshire B v Northamptonshire A 10.00 86 - 94 4 - 10 Peterboro
27 Oct 2019 Huntingdonshire v North Cambs 10.00  93 - 88 9 - 5  Hunts
17 Nov 2019 Northamptonshire B v Norfolk 10.00  54 - 148  0 - 14 Peterboro
24 Nov 2019 Northamptonshire A v North Cambs 14.00  118 - 68 14 - 0  Stamford
1 Dec 2019 Northamptonshire A v Huntingdonshire 10.00 115- 70 14 - 0  Stamford
1 Dec 2019 Northamptonshire B v Lincolnshire 10.00  71 - 122  0 - 14 Peterboro
5 Jan 2020 North Cambs v Northamptonshire B 10.00  110 - 70  14 - 0 
Sutton St. James
26 Jan 2020 Huntingdonshire v Norfolk 10.00 82 - 96  4 - 10  Hunts
26 Jan 2020 North Cambs v Lincolnshire 10.00  80 - 103 4 - 10  Sutton St. James
2 Feb 2020 North Cambs v Norfolk 10.00 85 - 89  4 - 10  Sutton St. James
2 Feb 2020 Lincolnshire v Huntingdonshire 10.00 114 - 74 14 - 0  Lincoln.
16 Feb 2020 Lincolnshire v Northamptonshire A 10.00 81 - 96  2 - 12  Lincoln.
16 Feb 2020 Huntingdonshire v Northamptonshire B 10.00  116 - 79

13 - 1 

Hunts
23 Feb 2020 Norfolk v Northamptonshire A 11.00     Gallows
1 Mar 2020 Norfolk v Lincolnshire 11.00     Gallows

  

South Group         Rink Shots Shots Shot TOTAL
  P W D L Pts For Against Diff PTS
Northamptonshire A 4 4 0 0 26 423 305 118 50
Lincolnshire 4 3 0 1 22 420 321 99 40
Norfolk 3 3 0 0 16 339 215 124 34
North Cambridgshire 5 1 0 4 21 431 473 -42 27
Huntingdonshire 5 2 0 3 14 435 492 -57 26
Northamptonshire B 5 0 0 5 5 354 596 -242 5

 

 

 

 

Durham Centenary 2020

Durham Centenary Draw 2020

 

Northern Section

 

Date

Round 1

 

To be played by 24/05/2020

A

 

Derbyshire

v

Durham

B

 

Cleveland

v

Nottinghamshire

         
   

Round 2

 

To be played by 28/06/2020

         

C

 

Humberside

v

Northumberland

D

 

Winner of A

v

Winner of B

         
   

Section Final

v

To be played by 19/07/2020

   

Winner of C

 

Winner of D

 

Southern Section

 

Date

Round 1

 

To be played by 24/05/2020

A

 

Lincolnshire

v

North Cambs

B

 

Northants

v

Norfolk

C

 

Suffolk

v

Huntingdonshire

         
   

Round 2

 

To be played by 28/06/2020

         

D

 

North Essex

v

Winner of A

E

 

Winner of B

v

Winner of C

         
   

Section Final

v

To be played by 19/07/2020

   

Winner of E

 

Winner of D

Reg Jackson Mixed Triples Tournament 2019 

 Sunday 18th August to Monday 19th August

The four top placed rinks were

1st - Team 12  (+44)       Deller/Minnett/Martell

2nd - Team 77 (+34)     Woodcock/Reed/Green

3rd - Team 92 (+28) Patten/Mash/Pytlakowski

4th - Team 73 (+27)           Dunn/Dunn/Brittan

 
 
What follows is firstly a copy of the letter that was sent by National Secretary Dave Woods (on June 6th 2019) to all of those that had entered this years competition. The list of entrants then follows, as at July 28th. The list HAS been changed since June 6th and is subject to further updates before Finals Week commences.
One distinct advantage of these details being on the website is that players will be able to check rules etc using their smartphone, but not whilst on the green!
 
 

To all Entrants

 

It gives me great pleasure to send you details relative to your entry in this year’s Reg Jackson Tournament. If your entry is showing A.N.Other or you have any changes to your rink please let me know as soon as possible. Also anyone requiring players to make up a rink please let me know.

 

It is realised there will be variations, but the combination, first to play, will constitute the Rink. You may make one replacement if need be.  Any further replacement must be through the Secretary.

 

ENTRIES:These are at the maximum 108 - Four games are planned for everybody to conclude the Tournament.

 

SESSIONS: The tournament will start at 9.15am on the Sunday and there will be four sessions on that day. On the Monday there will be eight sessions the first of which will be at 9.15am There will be twelve sessions altogether, SUNDAY and MONDAY but no semi-finals or finals. An explanation setting out the pattern of play is given at the end of this letter. You will need to read this carefully. In the interest of all concerned we ask for your co-operation, not forgetting that the tournament is part of the holiday for many participants.

 

SCORE CARDS:These will be issued at the first game to cover the whole series of four games. Cards must be sent into the office immediately at the conclusion of each game, and will not be acceptable unless the names of all players are clearly shown. The number allocated to each rink as shown on the Tournament List will be carried throughout the event.

 

WINNING RINKS:The winning rinks will be the four best overall of the 108 rinks with the greatest aggregate of points in the series arising from - 2 for a win and 1 for a tie. If this fails to produce clear winners, then the best plus margin of shots from those Rinks on the greatest aggregate points will win. Should there still be a tie then the team with the  highest number of shots in the series will come into the reckoning - and that should clinch it.

 

RULES FOR THE TOURNAMENT: E.B.F. Competition Rules will of course apply except for the following variations:

 

(a) Each game to be of 12 live ends or 55 minutes - whichever comes first - straight off;

 

(b) No jack to be cast until given signal;

 

(c) No jack to be cast after the signal at the end of 55 minutes (an end in progress may be completed);

 

(d) No player to visit the head during the end;

 

(e) Skips will examine bowls for stamping. Composition bowls shall have a bias of not less than that of the master bowl and must bear a clearly legible WB/WBB/IBB or BIBC stamp dated 1985 or later. Non composition bowls must bear a clearly legible WB/WBB/IBB or BIBC stamp of a date not earlier than the date of the year in which they are being used; ( See page 54 2019 Yearbook Law IIIparas 2)

 

(f) One substitute will, in fact, be permitted to cover illness or other cause considered reasonable, but permission must be sought. A substitute will not have played in any other Rink;

 

(g) Any rink failing to fulfill its obligation will be barred from the Tournament in the following season. If this takes place after the first session, 2 points and 5 shots will be awarded to the opponents;

 

(h) DRESS -whites for men, although (no crew necks or T shirts) - standard for ladies - hats optional; (County and 

            Club shirts may be worn)  

(iEntries are not county-tied, but each male bowler must be a member of a club affiliated to a county bowling association affiliated to the EBF and each female bowler must be a member of a club affiliated to a county bowling association affiliated to the EWBF: 

 

FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS MAY RESULT IN IMMEDIATE DISQUALIFICATION(S) FROM THE TOURNAMENT.

 

Umpires will be in attendance

 

PRIZES: Winning Rink £225   Runner-up£150     Third  £120     and fourth best Rink £105

 

PLAYING    SCHEDULE

 

There are 108 rinks with 36 rinks playing each session

 

There will not be any play-offs - the Prize-winning Rinks will be the best four overall. The Sessions will be:-

 

SUNDAY         Session 1  9.15am(1 - 36)

Session 210.15am(3772)

Session 311.15am(73 - 108)

Session 412.15pmas per card

 

Thereafter play will continue on Monday in accordance with instructions shown on Score-Cards.

 

MONDAY   9.15am - 10.15am - 11.15am - 12.15pm - 1.15pm - 2.15pm - 3.15pm - 4.15pm

 
 

All rinks will play 4 games each of 12 ends, straight off or 55 minutes whichever comes first.

 

IMPORTANT Tournament details for Players in each rink are forwarded to the Addressee shown with the entry. PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR PARTNERS ARE AWARE OF THE DETAILS

 

Dave Woods

Secretary.

 

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June 2019

 

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         The 2020.Mixed Rink TOURNAMENT will take place on    

                       Sunday 23rd & Monday 24th August 2020.

                     

                         Entry fees will remain at £15 per Rink for four games.

 

Please note the Prize Money will be increased from 2020

         

1st prize will be £345 for winning Rink 

2nd  prize will be £225  for the runner-uprink                                                             3rd prize will be £180 and the4th prize will be £150 for fourth best Rink.

 

One entry form for the 2020 Tournament will be handed out with the score cards at this years Tournament. It will be up to the players concerned in each rink to come to some arrangement for 2020 and it is up to the recipient of this form to ensure that this is done. All players in the Rink have an equal right to be concerned in the entry for 2020

 

Receipt of entries will cease at 4.00pm on Friday23rd August 2019. All entries after will be sent to the National Secretary.

 

Particular attention is drawn to the following: -Entries are not county-tied but each male bowler must be a member of a club affiliated to a county bowling association affiliated to the EBF. Likewise, each female bowler must be a member of a club affiliated to a county bowling association affiliated to the EWBF.

 

CERTIFICATION OF ELIGIBILITY OF ENTRIES - special note - THREE NAMES MUST BE GIVEN - only one of which may be changed without reference to the Secretary.

 

 

     Team numbers, as at July 28th, 2019

  

1 Holmes/A.N Other/RAYSON Hunts 55 Dayes/Dicker/Dicker Humberside
2 Bennett/Bennett/COLE Cambs 56 Shaw/Cook/COOK C'land
3 D.I'ansonMoeliker/LAWTON Durham 57 Murphy/Clarke/Storey Humbs
4 OLDROYD/Brumpton/Parkin Lincs 58 Martinson/Nellist/Clarke Humberside
5 Idle/Douglas/McCord D'ham 59 Fergusson/Fergusson/Townsend N. Cambs
6 Fox /Andrew/ANDREW Cambs 60 Fielding/Fielding/FIELDING N'hants
7 McEwan/Joyce/Joyce N. Cambs 61 Hempsell/King/King Northants
8 Peak/Baldwin/Gould Hunts 62 Lawton/Moeliker/Riches Durham
9 Waldran/Beaumont/Perry Notts 63 Caphill/Caphill /Eaton Derybs
10 Aiken/Gibson/SCORER N'land 64 Tyers/Morris/Tyers Notts
11 Shipley/Marples/Marples Notts 65 Morris/Morris/PORTER Derbys
12 Deller/Bennett/DELLER Hunts 66 Deighton/Marshall/DU'KETT Lincolnshire
13 Clewley/Bramley/Guildford Derbys 67 Moore/Crysal/Siely Norfolk
14 Carson/Carson/FLEMING C'land 68 A.N.Other/A.N.Other/Brace N. Cambs
15 Cockerill/Ward/FLEMING C'land 69 Burrage/Dibbens/BURRAGE Norfolk
16 Verlander/Verlander/Cossey Hunts 70 Sims/Mills/Cullum Suffolk
17 Harris/Woods/Badder Derbyshire 71 Warriner/Wigley/Russell Notts
18 Phillips/Hickey/Dymond Hunts 72 Russon/Clipston/Hare Notts
19 Hutchinson/Coles/Coles Hunts 73 Dunn/Dunn/Brittan Derbys
20 Sayer/Watson/Bunton Norfolk 74 Love/Love/Cave Lincs
21 A.N.Other /Wilby/Cawthorne Norfolk 75 Holroyd/Davis/BAILEY Lincs
22 Readhed/Burke/Horsewood Humbs 76 Francis/Fortune/FRANCIS Hunts
23 Ball/Parnham/PARNHAM Derbys 77 Woodcock/A.N.Other/REED North Cambs.
24 Bell/Humphries/Rice Lincs 78 Austin/Bradshaw/MURFIN Derbs
25 Cole/Cox/ELSTUB Hunts 79 Pheasant/ Ford/Ford Northants
26 Watson/Hewson/HARRIS Humbs 80 Blake/ Gooch/Sadler Norfolk
27 Ashley/Medhurst/Robinson Humbs 81 Gott/Blake/WONES Norfolk
28 A.N.Other/Dalton/Timmins Notts 82 Meeks/Meeks/REEVE Norfolk
29 Barnes/Haddon-Holmes/Sims Humbs/Derbys 83 Peach/Savage/Peach Cambs
30 Sims/Mousley/Galpin Derbyshire 84 Corn/May/CORN North Cambs
31 Stevens/May/Shannon Nrth Cambs 85 Kirkley /Chapman/CHAPMAN Durham
32 Galpin/Archer/ARCHER Derbs 86 Maskell/Pashley/Maskell Notts
33 Dockerill/Brown/Roe Lincs 87 Faircloth/Brooks/Hewitt Norfolk
34 Stevens/Corney/SHARPE Hunts 88 Paterson/Robson/ROBSON Durham
35 Hailes/Hailes/HUMPHREYS North Cambs 89 OWEN/Owen/Ball Derbys
36 Fairbrother/Cousins/Cousins Hunts 90 Murray/Clift/AINSLEY D'ham
37 Smith/Phillips/DYKES Humbs 91 Corney/Beck/DUFFY N'hant
38 Wressell /Robinson /DARGUE Lincs 92 Henderson/Leivers/A.N.Other Derbyshire
39 Waldram/Smart/Morrell Notts 93 Agger/Padley/Flowers N'hants
40 Hardingham/Hardingham/Smith Norfolk 94 Hatch/Whittle/Whittle Humberside
41 Cousins/Baker /WARD Hunts 95 Bowers/Bowers/Bowers Hunts
42 Suffling /Stokes/ Buckley Northants 96 Broadley/Birkin/BROADLEY Notts
43 Paterson/Upsall/UPSALL Durham 97 Bates/Fisher/Sawford N. Cambs
44 Regan/Nicholson/Teal Humbs 98 Collins/Collinsl/Chaplin Derbys
45 Munro/Munro/YELLAND Notts 99 Menzies/Barke/BARKE Derbs
46 Hunter/Hubbard/CARLIN Durham 100 Raine/Richardson/Taylor N. Cambs
47 Adkin/Miller/Tatershall Lincs 101 Markham/Mellar/MARKHAM Notts
48 Hardingham/Hardingham/Gibson Norfolk 102 Sidebottom/Reppetto/Birkin Cleveland
49 Maguire /Croxall/CROXALL Notts 103 Howis/Fewkes/Fewkes Derbys
50 Wright/Bown/Bown Derbyshire 104 Kidd/Simpson/Simpson-Kidd Stockton
51 Schofield/Pleasance/de VERE-PACKFORD Sfflk 105 Osborne/Bass/Bass Northants
52 Lovatt /Eaton/Cooper Derbys 106 Clipston/Clipston/ Taylor Derbyshire
53 Chandler/Carter/Tolliday Cambs 107    
54 Saxby/Saxby/JACKSON Lincs 108 Dayus/Dayus/A.N. Other Notts