Office Window Bullets

The Office Window first appeared in the 1928 Year Book. It has since evolved from a simple reminder about the annual dinner and county competitions and now supplements the Diary Reminders page. The full version is in the current Year Book.

PLEASE REMEMBER.......

  • to address correspondence to the Secretary
  • to hold Club AGMs before the Bowls Surrey AGM in November. 
  • the Surrey County Bowling Association Dinner
  • to ensure that the Affiliation process is completed each year by 31st January.
  • that County Badges and Ties – for those entitled to wear them – can be obtained from the County Secretary (Tel: 0208 4070664)
  • only male players can compete in Men's County competitions and matches
  • a County-affiliated Club cannot change its Name or Green without the consent of the Association

DON'T FORGET......

  • the principal way to National Honours is through the Surrey County Championships – Singles, 2 Wood Singles, Pairs, Triples, Fours and U25s
  • scorecards from all County competitions should be retained and produced at the Quarter Finals or as directed by the Competition CoOrdinator.
  • all composition bowls must bear a legible stamp which has an expiry date of 1985 or later.
  • all qualifying competitors reaching the County Quarter Finals, Reguional Finals, National Championships, and Competitions will be required to comply with the Regulation i.e. bowls must bear a current World Bowls Stamp ...see LAW 9 'Laws of the Sport of Bowls'
  • lignum bowls must have the official BIBC stamp
  • every Club should have a current Bowls England Handbook, ordered through the County Secretary
  • copies of the Laws of the Sport of Bowls are obtainable from either BE or local bowls retailers
  • the need for a signed Consent Form for all Juniors. Every Coach must complete a reference form in accordance with Bowls England Guidelines
  • to enter Bowls England competitions that now include:

  • National Two-Fours

  • National Singles and Pairs for over 55 year olds

  • National Mixed Pairs and Mixed Fours

  • Champion of Champions

  • Top Club

Dress Code 

 

Middleton Cup.

Players should arrive in the the MC travel uniform.

On the green it is County Shirt, White trousers or white Bowls England shorts, flat soled shoes. 

Waterproof clothing should be either County Coloured jacket or White, headwear should be either County cap or white cap.

 

Senior Home Counties League, Inter-County Friendlies and Presidents.

Players should arrive in Blazer, grey trousers, white shirt (not polo) with County tie.  

On the green it is County Shirt, White trousers or white Bowls England shorts, flat soled shoes.

If meal provided after the match, players should change back in to their arrival dresswear.

 

Waterproof clothing should be either County Coloured jacket or white, headwear should be either County cap or white cap.

 

OTHER

From the County Quarter final stage of all competitions Club shirts must be worn by all players. If a player is representing the County at the Bowls England National Championships at Leamington they must wear County coloured shirts. If representing your Club at Leamington, all players must wear their Club shirts.

 

Please note that for Past President’s matches the playing attire will be white shirts, with appropriate tie, and white trousers and socks. Same attire off the green.

 

Under 25’s 

Players should arrive smartly dressed, ie no jeans or teashirts.

On the green it is County shirt, white trousers or Bowls England shorts, flat soled shoes.. 

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