SUSSEX COUNTY BOWLS (WOMEN’S SECTION)
– GENERAL RULES
(a) For County
players at County matches - white or cream regulation skirts. (The length
of which shall be below the knee at the front and below the crease of the knee
at the back, with two inverted pleats at the front and two at the back), white
or cream tailored full-length trousers or white or cream tailored
plain cropped trousers, falling midway between the knee and the ankle.
Approved County shirts and pale blue waistcoats, jackets or dark blue fleece
jackets as approved by the County Association. Wedgewood blue blazer.
Rainwear shall be white waterproofs or the dark blue jacket approved by the
County Association. Plain white baseball caps my be worn during
play only. White bowling shoes. White socks may be worn with
full-length trousers only. If footlets are worn they must not be visible
above the shoe. Navy blue shoes and a navy blue handbag must be worn with
the County blue blazer, except that white walking shoes may be worn with white
trousers or white cropped trousers. Hair should be neat and must be tied
back if of shoulder length or longer. No sandals to worn on the green.
Competitors - as (a) above except that club coloured shirts and knitwear
may be worn if applicable. If not applicable, white collared blouses,
shirts or polo shirts, and white knitwear must be worn. All players in
a team must be dressed the same. Shoes may be white or brown.
representing Sussex at the National finals must wear the County uniform as in
(a) above. All players in a team must be dressed the same.
Luncheon - County blue blazers and County shirt must be worn by County Officers
and Past Presidents, and may be worn by County badged bowlers. For all
other members, club uniform must be worn.
Day - as (d) above.
ALTERATIONS OF RULES
additions or alterations to the Rules, Propositions and Nominations for Officers
and sub-committees must be made by affiliated Clubs. submitted in writing to the
County Secretary by the Club Secretary, and voted on at the Women's AGM.
Proposition which has been submitted for consideration at the AGM and not
passed, may not be re-submitted for a period of two years.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR CONSIDERATION FOR A COUNTY BADGE
POINTS OVER SIX YEARS REQUIRED
several ways and unbadged player may qualify for her County Badge
Points are awarded in the County Competitions to unbadged players as follows:
County last sixteen - one point; quarter-final - two points; semi-final -
three points; final - four points.
Singles and Two-Wood:
County last sixteen - two points; quarter-final - four points; semi-final -
six points; final - eight points.
Champion of Champions:
Runner-up - three points; Semi-finalist - two points.
Unbadged Four-Wood Singles: Runner-up - three points;
Semi-finalists - two points; Quarter finalists - one point.
Winners - four points; Runners-up - three points; Semi-finalists - two
points; Quarter-finalists - one point.
Winners - three points; Runners-up - two points; Semi-finalists - one point.
Unbadged winner of Sussex Champion of Champions.
Winner of Unbadged Four-Wood Singles.
One point for each round won at Leamington National Championships.
Players who have achieved 8 points over a maximum of 6 years will receive a full
County badge at a County match during the following season.
who is a current International player may be offered a women's Sussex
County badge on condition that she plays in at least one County friendly match
in the first year of her affiliation to Sussex.