Club Competitions

The Club, via the Tournament Secretary, Lloyd Simpson, will run these internal competitions during the season, culminating in Finals Day usually over the last weekend in August.

Entry to these competitions is applied for by early April and the draw will take place normally on the first official club night.

There are ten competitions held annually – entry fees are £3.00 per competition.

Men’s Single The Blessington Cup 21 up 4 bowls
Ladies Singles The Swan Cup 21 up 4 bowls
Handicap Singles The Ida Sherlock Cup 21 up 4 bowls
Over 65 Singles The Veterans Trophy 15 ends 4 bowls
Singles (non winner) The Eric Bright Cup 15 ends 3 bowls
Ladies Drawn Pairs The Herbert Treagus Memorial Cup 18 ends 4 bowls
Men’s Drawn Pairs The George Sherlock Shield 21 ends 4 bowls
Drawn Mixed Pairs(L) The Harold Rogers Rose Bowl 15 ends 4 bowls
Singles (open to all) The Ron Briggs Memorial Cup 100 up 4 bowls
Singles (open to all) The 2000 Trophy 21 ends 2 bowls

Leagues

Chrystie League.
This League was formed with one of the objectives being to give players who do not play in their club’s top events, an opportunity to play in a competitive but friendly league to gain experience.
All the matches are played on a Monday evening beginning on 9th June, two rinks of men playing
at the home club.
There are ten matches, all of which are shown on the fixture list.
Dress is greys, no food is provided and no green fees are required.
The Club’s match selector will be Bob Freeman.

Friendship League.
This was founded in 1991 and currently consists of teams from Brockham, Pippbrook, Newdigate, Lower Kingswood and Reigate Priory. It is a well natured competition consisting of mixed teams, playing at home and away with the format being either Triples(18 ends) or Rinks (21 ends). The Trophy was given by The Friends Provident Life Office.

The Surrey Advertiser.
This competition consists of a team of four ladies playing ten games against five opponent
teams in our zone. There is one game at each venue, one home & one away, each week for ten weeks. Zone winners will play against each other at a venue decided to declare the winners.

The Mole Valley Cup
This consists of two teams of three ladies playing against another team, one home and one away. The score of both teams is added to decide the winning team who then go on to play the next team therefor the competition is a knockout one.

Other Outside Competitions

Members can enter as individuals or teams (pairs, triples and rinks) in the Surrey County Matches. Entry to these competitions is usually made in December of each year.    Entry forms can be obtained from the Secretary.

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