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2020 OTAGO INDOOR BOWLS ASSOCIATION INC - Sporty.co.nz
OTAGO INDOOR BOWLS
  ASSOCIATION INC
      2020
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INDEX
                         Cover photo;2019 Women’s Eights winning team
                              2019 Patterson Zone 6 winning team
                                                                                                            Page
President’s Message ...................................................................................... 4
Services provided by Sponsors ..................................................................... 6
OIBA Officers & Executive ............................................................................. 8
OIBA Management Structure ....................................................................... 10
Selectors ...................................................................................................... 11
Tournament Secretary ................................................................................. 11
Publicity Officer ............................................................................................ 11
Umpires Association .................................................................................... 12
Life Members of the OIBA ............................................................................ 13
Gold Star Holders ........................................................................................ 13
OIBA Bowler of the Year .............................................................................. 15
Results of 2019 Events ................................................................................ 17
Fees/Charges .............................................................................................. 19
Kitchen Duty Clubs ...................................................................................... 20
Competition Entry Closing Dates ................................................................. 21
Hall Control Roster ……………………………………………………………... 22
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS ....................................................................... 23
General Competition Rules .......................................................................... 32
Specific Competition Rules .......................................................................... 34
General Interclub Rules ............................................................................... 42
Super Fives Interclub ................................................................................... 43
Wednesday Ladies Interclub ........................................................................ 47
Thursday Fours, Pairs & Singles Interclub ................................................... 51
Thursday Fours Interclub ............................................................................. 53
Representative Programme ......................................................................... 60
Non-Representative Matches ...................................................................... 64
Code of Conduct .......................................................................................... 65
Dunedin Metropolitan Club Contacts .......................................................... 67
Eastern Districts Sub Association Officers & Clubs ..................................... 75
Eastern Districts Sub Association Programme of Events ........................... 76
Taieri Sub Association Officers and Clubs ................................................... 78
Taieri Sub Association Programme of Events.............................................. 80
Notes……………………………………………………………………………… 81
List of Sponsors ........................................................................................... 82

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PRESIDENTS MESSAGE

         Welcome to the 2020 indoor bowls year.

         The 2019 season saw Otago winning the Women’s Eights
         and Paterson Trophies, also defeating Canterbury for a third
         year in a row and being triumphant in all other
         representative games except one – (Team A Southland)

         This year Otago are hosting two national events the Otago v
         North Island and the National Henselite Singles.

         It has been a number of years since Otago has hosted a
         National Event and it is an opportunity for us to show off our
         venue and the committed people who make this all possible.
         So, I urge all bowlers to come along and support these
         events.

         This year we have the fives replacing the sevens in the
         interclub competition and it is great to see a good number of
         clubs entered.

         I wish all the best to all bowlers for the season

                                                             Brent Sinclair
                                                             President

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MANY THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING ORGANISATIONS FOR
             THEIR SUPPORT IN 2019

  The Otago Indoor Bowls Association has done its utmost to see the
  information contained within this handbook is correct based on the
                        information provided.

  The information and details contained in this handbook are subject
                      to the Privacy Act 1993.

  The Otago Indoor Bowls Association expresses its sincere thanks
       to all those who assisted in compiling this handbook.

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SERVICES PROVIDED BY SPONSORS

If you need something done, please check this list and if possible,
use one of our sponsors. They support us – please support them.

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Accommodation ................................................... Dunedin Holiday Park              21 & 42
Car Servicing…………………………………………Auto Super Shoppes                                                        29
Classified Advertising ………………………………… Otago Daily Times                                                 35
Compressed Air Solutions……………………………………… ..... Ash Air                                                   7
Bus Charter ………… ..................... Eastcoast Passenger Services Ltd                                74
Camping .............................................................. Dunedin Holiday Park         21 & 42
Car painting ................................. Harrow Motor Body Collision Repairs                      9
Dental Services…… ……………………………………..… Project Dental                                                     25
Chemist .................................................................... Larson’s Pharmacy         16
Drain laying ............................................................. Barry Dell Plumbing          2
Dry Cleaning and Leather Dyeing ..................................... Brocklebanks                     50
Engraving .................................................................... Brandwell Moller        14
Funeral Services ............................................. Gillions Funeral Services               49
Heat Pumps ........................................................... Davies Heat ’n’ Cool            41
Motels ................................................................. Dunedin Holiday Park       21 & 42
Newspapers …………………………………………… Otago Daily Times                                                         35
Panelbeating ................................ Harrow Motor Body Collision Repairs                       9
Pharmacy ................................................................ Larson’s Pharmacy            16
Plumbing ................................................................. Barry Dell Plumbing          2
Printer cartridges ............................................................Cartridge World         33
Sports Apparel…………………………………………………… Promo-X                                                             46
Transport ......................................... Eastcoast Passenger Services Ltd                   74
Trophies ....................................................................... Brandwell Moller      14

                               When using a sponsor

                         please let them know you are

                                     an Indoor bowler

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600 Kaikorai Valley Road Dunedin
         Ph 03 455 4074
     servicedn@ashair.co.nz

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OTAGO INDOOR BOWLS ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE

             105 Victoria Road, Dunedin Ph (03) 455 3653
             P.O. Box 6175, Dunedin North, Dunedin 9059
               Email: otagoindoorbowlsassn@yahoo.co.nz
               Website: https://www.sporty.co.nz/otagoindoorbowls

PATRON:            Kevin Brosnan

PRESIDENT:         Brent Sinclair, 18 Prendergast Street, South Dunedin,
                   9012. Phone 03 455 4563.
                   dianeandcurly@hotmail.com Cell 027 908 0181

PAST PRESIDENT: David Moir, 64B Hazel Ave, Caversham, Dunedin 9012.
                Ph 03 487 9776. moirdj41@gmail.com
                Cell 027 689 5051

VICE-PRESIDENT: Andrew Thompson, 5 McFadden Drive, East Taieri
                9024. Ph 03 484 7853. andrewt67@xtra.co.nz
                Cell 027 476 7643

SECRETARY:         Ruth Porteous, Warrington R D 1, Waikouaiti.
                   Ph 03 482 2849. struggleridge@gmail.com
                   Cell 027 482 2848

TREASURER:         David Webb, 225 Burt Street, Wakari, Dunedin 9010.
                   Ph 03 464 0598. webbly75@yahoo.co.nz
                   Cell 027 422 7212

EXECUTIVE:         Cameron Ellis, 103B Clyde Street Dunedin 9016
                   camerongellis2000@gmail.com
                   027 941 9346

                   Stephne Joyce, 31 Kinmont Crescent, Mosgiel, Dunedin
                   9024. Ph 03 4898750. stephne.r.joyce@gmail.com
                   Cell 021 296 8074

                   Kevin Brosnan, 105G Melbourne St, South Dunedin
                   9012. Ph 03 2606103. kfapbrosnan@hotmail.co.nz
                   Cell 021 110 9448

                   Hughan Gould, 9 Herron St, Brockville, Dunedin 9011
                   Ph 03 476 2054. hughan_gould46@hotmail.com
                   Cell 027 301 7464
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EXECUTIVE (Cont)

                         Paul Turnbull, 57 Isadore Rd St Clair Park, Dunedin
                         9012. Ph 487 7293. junepaul@gmail.com
                         Cell 021 0232 6406

E D Delegate             Daniel Mosley, 27 Tensing St
                         Dalmore Dunedin 9010 Danmosley690@gmail.com
                         Cell 027 858 1477

Taieri Delegate           Barry Cadogan, 70 Tyne Street, Mosgiel 9024.
                          Ph 03 484 7599. bazza.rosie@xtra.co.nz

          ALL COLLISION REPAIRS  PANEL BEATING
                PAINTING  COURTESY CARS
                 CHASSIS STRAIGHTENING

       26 Wilkie Rd, Dunedin. Ph: 455 1773 Fax: 455 2746
      Email: harrows@xtra.co.nz Web: www.harrows.net.nz

                                   Laws of the Game

Soles and Heels of Footwear shall be of flat, smooth, or fine treaded and pliable material
that will not carry foreign matter, or cause damage to the mat. Play in bare feet or jandals
is not permitted. Where there is any doubt about the suitability of footwear the Controlling
Authority shall be the sole judge.

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OIBA 2020 MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE
Administration          Convenor: Ruth Porteous

Emergency Committee               Brent Sinclair, Andrew Thompson, David
                                  Webb, Ruth Porteous
Public Relations                  All Executive
Umpires Liaison                   Stephne Joyce
Booklet                           Andrew Thompson and Stephne Joyce
Website                           Mike Harte
Trophies                          Hughan Gould

Events                  Convenor: Brent Sinclair

Match                             Brent Sinclair, Paul Turnbull, Andrew
                                  Thompson, Kevin Brosnan, Stephne Joyce
Tournament Secretary              Kevin Brosnan
Interclub Draws                   Ross Garner, Paul Turnbull, Andrew
                                  Thompson, Stephne Joyce
BOY Points                        Mike Harte, Brent Sinclair
Programme                         All Executive
Coaching Coordinator              see Brent Sinclair

Finance                 Convenor: David Webb

Accounts                          David Webb
Grants                            David Moir
Raffles and Fundraising           Ann Cottrell
Sponsorship                       David Moir

Promotions              Convenor: David Moir

Publicity                         David Moir, All Executive
Masters Games (2020)              Ruth Porteous, Barry Cadogan
Schools                           David Moir

Facilities         Convenor: Brent Sinclair

Purchasing & Cleaning             Barry Cadogan
Roster Liaison                    Hughan Gould
Building Maintenance              Jack Gibbs, Darryl Daniels
Catering                          David Moir

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SELECTORS

Barry Cadogan (Convenor)     Ph 484 7599
                             bazza.rosie@xtra.co.nz

Mike Harte                   Ph 454 6663 Cell 021 444 400
                             mike@harte.co.nz

Lyn Rance                    Ph 03 487 7670 Cell 021 0549 295
                             lyn.max8@gmail.com

TOURNAMENT SECRETARY

Entries for all events run by Otago Indoor Bowls are to be submitted by club
secretaries on the prescribed entry form prior to the closing date to:

Kevin Brosnan                105G Melbourne Street
                             South Dunedin 9012
                             Ph 03 260 6103
                             Cell 021 1109448
                             kfapbrosnan@hotmail.co.nz

PUBLICITY OFFICER

The Publicity Officer coordinates the lodgment of material into the newspaper
and onto the radio. Clubs are encouraged to keep the publicity officer
informed of club activities and results. Please contact:

David Moir                   64B Hazel Avenue
                             Caversham
                             Dunedin    9012
                             Ph 487 9776 Cell 027 689 5051
                             moirdj41@gmail.com

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UMPIRES ASSOCIATION

President:          Darryl Daniel, 178 Wakari Rd, Helensburgh, Dunedin
                    Ph 476 2606
                    gardenfollies89@gmail.com

Vice President:     Isobel Sharp, 30 Blair St, Mornington, Dunedin.
                    Ph 4535061
                    Isobel.sharp@southerndhb.govt.nz

Secretary:          Bev Paterson, 12 Glendermid Close, Sawyers Bay,
                    Port Chalmers 9023.
                    Ph 0210 246 6165, (03) 4727 400
                    bmpaterson55@outlook.com

Treasurer:          Jean Cox, 27 Dakota Place, Waldronville, Dunedin
                    Ph 488 3081
                    jbmwcox@outlook.co.nz

Life Members:       Isobel Sharp (Bell), June Pickles.

Active Umpires:     Isobel Sharp, Michael Cox, Jean Cox, Darryl Daniel,
                    Tony Hosken, Stephne Joyce, Marilyn Irvine, Kevin
                    Keogh, Brigid Marr, Bev Paterson, Tim Pettengell,
                    Andrew Thompson.

Sub Association
Umpires:             Ruth Porteous (ED), Yvonne Adam, Bob Crawford (TAI).

Active Measurers:   Stan Rae (TAI), Wayne Rodger (ED), Hughan Gould
                    (Otago)

Uniform for all events under the jurisdiction of Otago Indoor Bowls is - Black
trousers, white shirt and black umpire’s jacket/jersey or OIBA jersey.

                        UMPIRES MEETINGS
             These are held on the 4th Sunday of each month
                 7:30pm Dunedin Indoor Bowls Stadium
                              All Welcome

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LIFE MEMBERS OF THE OTAGO ASSOCIATION
1969     GH Jolly OBE*                      1989     WA Smaill*
1969     JH Holden*                         1989     AM Steel*
1975     RP Lauren*                         1993     Mrs K Ellwood*
1975     RB Richardson*                     1994     Mrs M Aitken*
1976     J Kilpatrick*                      2001     F Bosman*
1977     HN Miller*                         2002     Mrs M Garner
1980     DJ Crichton*                       2004     KF Brosnan
1983     WE Quartermain*                    2006     PR Jacombs*
1983     R Thomson*                         2010     I Roberts*
1986     Mrs HB Wright*                     * denotes deceased
1988     A Boekhout*

GOLD STAR HOLDERS
Gold stars are awarded to players who achieve their fifth Otago Title. Eligible
events are the Open and Champion of Champion Singles, Pairs, Triples and Fours.
An additional Gold Star is awarded for each successive five Otago Titles. The year
shown is the last year an Otago Title was achieved.

32       G Flewitt (2009)                   8         N Sinclair (2019)
27       D French (2019)                    8         D Webb (2019)
25       Mrs L Rance (2019)                 8         B Williams (2019)
23       R Cowan (2015)                     8         J Williams (2019)
20       K Darling (1987)                   7         Mrs A Cottrell (2011)
20       B Cadogan (2017)                   7         Mrs J Darling (1985)
18       M Cowan (1999)                     7         Mrs K Ellwood (1995)
18       T Gould (2002)                     7         Ms S Keene (2008)
18       D R Garner (2019)                  7         D G Keene (2011)
17       R Webster (2019)                   7         Mrs L Krause (1989)
15       Mrs C Crawford (2004)              7         Mrs S Sinclair (2009)
14       Mrs J Cowan (2015)                 6         Mrs P Cowan (2001)
14       H Bosman (2017)                    6         Mrs L Flewitt (2009)
14       B Sinclair (2017)                  6         Mrs A Gawn (2012)
13       G L’Ami (2003)                     6         K Gould (2018)
12       W Adam (2003)                      6         Mrs M Holmes (2018)
11       M Jacombs (2009)                   6         W Paape (1984)
10       K Brosnan (2018)                   6         W Porteous (2001)
10       C Cowan (2019)                     6         P Swinden (1992)
10       B Craig (1998)                     6         Mrs P Webster (1990)
10       R Hollamby (2007)                  6         S Webster (1992)
10       D Sinclair (2019)                  5         J Darracotte (1983)
10       H Webster Jnr (1987)               5         H Gould (2013)
8        J Barrow (1996)                    5         Miss S Gould (1999)
 8       S Burton (1982)                    5         D Krause (1987)
 8       Mrs D Keene (2009)                 5         M McAuliffe (2003)
8        Mrs A Keith (2002)                 5         Mrs M Webster (1987)
 8       Mrs J Pickles (2006)
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OIBA INDOOR BOWLER OF THE YEAR
The Kevin and Ainslie Brosnan OIBA Bowler of the Year Trophy is awarded
annually to the bowler who accumulates the most points over ten events –
Otago and Champion of Champion Singles, Pairs, Triples and Fours plus the
NZ Henselite Singles, NZ Mixed Fours and the NZ Mixed Pairs. In each event
players are awarded the following points: 9 points for the winner, 7 points for
the runner up, 5 points to the losing semi-finalists, 3 points to the losing
quarter- finalists and 1 point to each person qualifying for post section play.
For the NZ Mixed Fours and Pairs the points scored are different. – refer to
Specific Competition Rules for the NZ Mixed Fours and Pairs on page 38 &
39. In the event of equal points at the end of the year the trophy will be
shared. The Bowler of the Year Trophy has previously been awarded to:

1985   Ray Webster                              2003   Grant L’Ami
1986   Mark Cowan                               2004   Trevor Gould
1987   Ray Webster                              2005   Garry Flewitt
1988   Garry Flewitt                            2006   Ross Garner
1989   Kevin & Ainslie Brosnan                  2007   Mark Jacombs
1990   Mark Cowan                               2008   Mark Jacombs
1991   Ray Webster                              2009   Daniel French
1992   Mark Cowan                               2010   Daniel French
1993   Bob Cowan                                2011   Ross Garner
1994   Garry Flewitt                            2012   Ross Garner
1995   Garry Flewitt                            2013   Daniel French
1996   Mark Cowan                               2014   Daniel French
1997   Tony Cabral                              2015   Daniel French
1998   Barry Craig                              2016   Daniel French
1999   Grant L’Ami                              2017   Daniel French
2000   Grant L’Ami                              2018   Brandon Williams
2001   Grant L’Ami                              2019   Daniel French
2002   Ross Garner & Trevor Gould

           PLEASE SUPPORT OUR EVENT SPONSORS
          When using our sponsors please let them know you are an Indoor bowler

                                       Ash Air
                                Auto Super Shoppes
                                 Barry Dell Plumbing
                                  Brandwell Moller
                                Dunedin Holiday Park
                                  Knox & Anderson
                                 Larson’s Pharmacy
                                  Otago Daily Times

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RESULTS OF 2019 OIBA EVENTS
Henselite Singles        (Arie & Shirley Boekhout Trophy)
      Winner:    David Webb (Wakari)
      Runner-up: Kristen Gould (Brockville)

Mixed Fours (Southern Electrical NZ Mixed Fours Otago District Trophy)
      Winner:   Daniel French, David Webb, Lyn Rance, Keri Te Tamaki (Composite, Green Island
      Wakari)
      Runner-up Barry Cadogan, Bob Cowan, Shirley Ruthven, Jenny Cowan (Momona)

Mixed Pairs (Frank and Lesley Bosman Memorial Trophy Otago District)
      Winner:    Daniel French, Keri Te Tamaki (Green Island)
      Runner-up: Nick Sinclair, Raewyn Keighley (Composite Green Island, Momona)

Otago Singles (The Dunedin Holiday Park and Motels Trophy)
                    See Henselite Singles results
Otago Singles Last Lady (Garner Trophy)
      Ann Cottrell, (Burnside)

Otago Pairs (The Brandwell Moller Otago Pairs for the Darling Cup)
      Winner:    Ray Webster, Jill O’Gorman, (Forbury Park)
      Runner-up: Richard Baird, Lunn Baird, (Mornington)

Otago Triples (Kew Cup)
      Winner:    Craig Cowan, Amanda Katipa, Tracey van Tuel, (Henley)
      Runner-up: Ross Garner, James Horton, Lynn Baird, (Mornington)

Otago Fours (The Larson’s Pharmacy Otago Fours for the Alf Garland Memorial Cup)
      Winner:    Daniel French, Nicholas Sinclair, Daniel Sinclair, Keri Te Tamaki, (Green Island)
      Runner-up: David Webb, Cameron Ellis, Bill van der Hoek, Ash Pennell, (Wakari)

Champion of Champion Ladies Singles (Metro Direct Ladies Singles for the Nash Cup)
      Winner:         Lyn Rance, (Green Island)
      Runners-up:     Georgia Watt, (Wakari)
Champion of Champion Men’s Singles (Metro Direct Men’s Singles for the Smith Cup)
      Winner:         Ray Webster, (Forbury Park)
      Runners-up:     Kristen Gould, Brockville)

Champion of Champion Pairs (Russell Sykes Memorial Cup)
      Winner:         Daniel French, Keri Te Tamaki, (Green Island)
      Runners-up:     Brandon Williams, Bill van der Hoek, (Wakari)

Champion of Champion Triples (Ash Air Triples for the Bosman Cup)
      Winner:         Ross Garner, James Horton, Lynn Baird, (Mornington)
      Runners-up:     Barry Cadogan, Marilyn Holmes, Jenny Cowan, (Momona)

Champion of Champion Fours (The Barry Dell Plumbing Fours for the Jock Holden
Trophy)
      Winner:         Brandon Williams, John Williams, Georgia Watt, Ash Pennell, Wakari)
      Runners-up:     Daniel French, Nicholas Sinclair, Stuart Alderton, Keri Te Tamaki, Green Island)

Junior Singles (Junior Singles Trophy)

Novice Singles (Steel Trophy)
      Winner:    John Malcolmson, (Brockville)
      Runner-up: Michael Light, Vauxhall)
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Smaill Trophy
      Winner:    David Webb, Cameron Ellis, Lindsay McCaughan, Bailey Marsden, (Wakari)
      Runner-up: Brandon Williams, John Williams, Mitchell Scott, Ryan McCaughan, Wakari)

Crawford Cup
      Winner:    Keri Te Tamaki, Lyn Rance, Stephne Joyce, Diane Sinclair, (Green Island)
      Runner-up: June Pickles, Isobel Sharp, Karen Gillespie, Jacqui Ball (Hillhead)

Husband & Wife (Hilda & Bob Wright Trophy)
      Winner:    John and Jacqui Williams, (Wakari)
      Runner-up: Barry and Michelle Cadogan, (Momona)

Mixed Pairs (The Thompson-Joyce Mixed Pairs Trophy)
      Winner:   Andrew Thompson & Stephne Joyce, (Green Island)
      Runner-up: Lyn Rance & Max Grey (Green Island)

Senior Pairs (Senior Pairs Trophy)
      Winner:      Mike and Jean Cox, (Prince Albert)
      Runner-up:   Bob and Jenny Cowan, (Momona)

Festival Fours (Festival Trophy)
      Winner:             Kevin Keogh, Isobel Sharp, Lance Patterson, Lillian Roy
      Runner-up:          Andrew Thompson, Ruth Porteous, Stephne Joyce, Cliff Porteous

Invitation Pairs (Invitation Pairs Trophy)
      Winner:    Hugh Bosman & Lynn Baird
      Runner-up: Daniel French & Marilyn Irvine

Invitation Singles
      Main Event
             Winner:          Hugh Bosman
             Runner-up:       Brandon Williams
      Plate Event
             Winner:         David Webb
             Runner-up:      Peter Earl

National Masters Fours
             Winner           Blair Cowan, Craig Cowan, Bob Cowan, Jenny Cowan
             Runner Up        Ray Webster, Barry Cadogan, Marilyn Holmes, Janice Webster

INTERCLUB

Super Sevens              Craig Trophy
      1 Green Island, 2nd Wakari
        st

Super Sevens              Andersons Bay Trophy
        st           nd
      1 Burnside, 2 equal Mornington/Kew, & Vauxhall

Wednesday Ladies             Holden Rose Cup
      1st Momona 2nd Green Island 2.

Thursday Fours/Pairs/Singles Hillhead Cup
      1st Green Island 1 2nd Momona

Thursday Fours            Kerr Cup
        st         nd
      1 Vauxhall 2 Prince Albert
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FEES/CHARGES
CLUB AFFILIATION FEE
An annual Club Affiliation fee of $10 covering the year ending 30th September
2020 is required to be lodged with the Treasurer no later than 31 May 2020.

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER REGISTRATION FEE
Clubs are required to make a payment no later than 31 May 2020
comprising:
  a) $15 for each member (subject to the rule for dual club membership)
     being an OIBA Registration Fee
  b) $2 for each member under the age of 18 as at 1 March 2020 being a
     NZIB registration fee
  c) $15 for each member over the age of 18 as at 1 March 2020 being the
     NZIB capitation fee

Where a person is a member of multiple clubs and has completed the
appropriate declaration as provided for in the competition rules, the payment
described in (a) above is only required from the club to which the person has
declared that they are to play interclub and championship events, and the
payment described in part (b) and (c) above is required from all clubs in which
the person is a member.

EVENT ENTRY FEES
The entry fee for each of the ten events that form part of the Bowler of the
Year Award is $6 per player.
The standard entry fee for all other events, unless otherwise stated, is $5 per
player.
The fee for interclub is $4 per player for Wednesday Ladies & Thursday
Fours, with raffles.
As of 2020 Super Fives & Fours Pairs / Singles will be $5, with NO raffles.

HALL HIRE
Clubs or organizations that wish to hire the Indoor Bowls Hall should contact:
Ruth Porteous, Warrington R D 1 Waikouaiti struggleridge@gmail.com
Ph 482 2849 or Cell 027 482 2848
Charges, which commence when the Hall is first opened until finally closed,
are:
   a) For Affiliated Clubs that wish to use the hall for their club activities $6
      per mat with the minimum of 5 mats.
   b) For Affiliated Clubs and associated groups that wish exclusive use of
      the hall $14 for each half-hour or any part thereof.
   c) For other organizations that wish to have exclusive use of the hall
      $17.50 for each half-hour or any part thereof.

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KITCHEN DUTY CLUBS
Clubs are requested to provide a contribution to afternoon tea or supper for
the final round of each Interclub competition. Any enquires regarding Kitchen
Duties contact David Moir Ph 487 9776. Any enquiries regarding the roster
contact, Hughan Gould Ph 476 2054.

Centre Events

Sun 4 April    9.00am     Prince Albert              Invitation Singles
Sat 19 April   8.30am    Green Island           New Zealand Mixed Fours
Sun 19 April   9.00am    Hillhead               New Zealand Mixed Pairs
Sat 2 May      8.30am    Brockville                    Masters Fours
Sun 3 May      9.00am    Mornington                    Otago Singles
Sun 10 May     9.00am    St Brigids                     Otago Pairs
Sun 14 June    1.00pm    Vauxhall                      1-5 Year Pairs
Sun 21 Jun     9.00 am   Koputai                       Otago Triples
Sun 28 Jun     9.00 am   Momona                         Senior Pairs
Sun 12 July    9.00 am   Burnside                   Henselite Singles
Sun 2 Aug      8.30 am   St Kilda                       Otago Fours
Sun 9 Aug      9.00 am   Forbury Park          Husband & Wife / MixedPairs
Tue 11 Aug     7.00 pm   Green Island          Smaill Trophy / CrawfordCup
Sat 19 Sep     9.00am    Kaikorai              Champion of Champion Pairs
Sun 20 Sep     9.00am    Kew                  Champion of Champion Triples
Sat 26 Sept    8.30am    Vauxhall              Champion of Champion Fours
Sun 27 Oct     9.00am    Wakari               Champion of Champion Singles

Morning/Afternoon Tea/Supper will be served after the second game of each of the
above Otago Events.
Wednesday Ladies Interclub
Round 1         15 April                  Kaikorai & St Brigids
Round 2         29 April                  Green Island 1 & Prince Albert
Round 3         13 May                    Burnside & Hillhead
Round 4         27 May                    Green Island 2 & Forbury Park 2
Round 5         24 June                   Koputai & Mornington
Round 6         8 July                    Mosgiel & Forbury Park 1
Round 7         22 July                   Momona & Kaikorai
Round 8         5 August                  St Brigids & Green Island 1
Round 9         19 August                 Hillhead & Green Island 2
Round 10        2 September               Forbury Park 2 & Koputai
Round 11        16 September              Forbury Park 1 & Momona (All clubs bring a plate)

Super Fives Interclub
Round 13        30 September              Executive (All Clubs 2 plates)

Thursday Fours, Pairs & Singles Interclub
Round 11        17 September              Executive (All Clubs a plate)

Interclub Fours
Round 10        10 September              Executive (All Clubs a plate)

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COMPETITION ENTRY CLOSING DATES

Entries for all events run by Otago Indoor Bowls are to be submitted by club
secretaries on the prescribed entry form to the Tournament Secretary prior to
the date listed.

NZ Mixed Fours         3 April             Henselite              26 June
NZ Mixed Pairs         3 April             Otago Fours            17 July
Masters Fours          17 April            Husband & Wife Pairs   24 July
Otago Singles          17 April            Mixed Pairs            24 July
Otago Pairs            21 April            Crawford Cup           28 July
Otago Triples          4 June              Smaill Trophy          28 July
Senior Pairs           12 June             Novice Singles         31 July
Junior Singles         12 June             Ch of Ch Events        4 September

                        DUNEDIN
                 HOLIDAY PARK
                    41 Victoria Road, St Kilda, Dunedin
                      Phone 455-4690 Fax 455-4691
                          Freephone 0800-945-455

                 website: www.dunedinholidaypark.co.nz
                 email: office@dunedinholidaypark.co.nz

                    Qualmark 4 plus Star Accommodation

      Accommodation: Motels, Self contained units (bedding supplied),
      Tourist Flats (bedding supplied), Ensuite Units (bedding supplied),
         Lodge (with 12 ensuite rooms), Cabins, Power / Tent sites,
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HALL CONTROL ROSTER
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 Mar 27th               Opening Night 7pm                         B Sinclair--A Thompson
 Mar 28th              Festival Fours     1 pm                    B Sinclair – R Porteous
  Apr 4th              Invitation Singles 9am                       B Cadogan--M Harte
 Apr 18th            N Z Mixed Fours     8.30 am                  K Brosnan – P Turnbull
 Apr 19th               N Z Mixed Pairs 9am                               B Sinclair
 Apr 26th          Otago vs South Otago 9.30 MT                   K Brosnan – P Turnbull
 May 2nd               Masters Fours 8.30 am                      A Thompson – S Joyce
  May 3rd                Otago Singles 9 am                          D Moir – H Gould
 May 10th                 Otago Pairs 9 am                          D Moir – P Turnbull
 June 7th              Town vs Country     9am                    K Brosnan – P Turnbull
 June 14th        1-5 year Pairs – Zone event 1 pm                A Thompson – S Joyce
 June 21st               Otago Triples    9am                       R Porteous – D Moir
 June 27th         Jolly Quadrangular 10 am MT                    K Brosnan – P Turnbull
 June 28th       Senior Pairs – Junior Singles 9 am                       B Sinclair
 July 12th             Henselite Singles 9 am                     B Sinclair – R Porteous
 Aug 2nd                Otago Fours 8--30am                         P Turnbull – H Gould
  Aug 9th        Husband & Wife & Mixed Pairs 9am                    D Moir – H Gould
 Aug 11th         Crawford Cup & Smaill Trophy 7pm                        B Sinclair
 Aug 12th            North Island vs Otago 7 pm                           B Sinclair
 Aug 13th         Crawford Cup & Smaill Trophy 7pm                        B Sinclair
 Aug 16th               Novice Singles 1 pm                              B Cadogan
 Aug 22nd          Otago vs Southland 10 am MT                    K Brosnan – P Turnbull
 Sep 12th     National Henselite Singles Final 12pm                       B Sinclair
 Sep 13th        Management Quadrangular 1.30 pm                        Management
 Sep 19th                 Ch Ch pairs 9 am                         B Sinclair – N Sinclair
 Sep 20th                 Ch Ch triples 9 am                       B Sinclair – D Sinclair
 Sep 22nd                Invitation Pairs 7 pm                      B Cadogan--M Harte
 Sep 24th                Invitation Pairs 7 pm                      B Cadogan--M Harte
 Sep 26th               Ch Ch Fours 8.30 am                       B Sinclair – R Porteous
 Sep 27th                Ch Ch Singles 9 am                        B Sinclair – D Sinclair

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MARCH 2020
FRI   27   Opening Night                          7.00 pm       Stadium
SAT   28   Festival Fours                         1 pm          Stadium
SUN   29   Delegates and Executive Meeting        4.30 pm       Stadium
APRIL 2020
WED   1
THU   2
FRI   3
SAT   4    Invitation Singles                     9 am          Stadium
SUN   5    Umpires Tournament                     10.30 am      Invercargill
MON   6
TUE   7
WED   8    Super Fives game 1                     7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   9
FRI   10   Good Friday
SAT   11   Southland Easter Tournament            1 pm          Invercargill
SUN   12   Southland Easter Tournament            1 pm          Invercargill
           Southland Easter Tournament            9.30 am       Invercargill
MON   13   Easter Monday
TUE   14
WED   15   Ladies Interclub games 1&2             1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   16   Fours, Pairs, Singles game 1           7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   17
SAT   18   NZ Mixed Fours                         8.30am        Stadium
SUN   19   NZ Mixed Pairs                         9.am          Stadium
           Delegates & Executive Meeting          4.30 pm       Stadium
MON   20
TUE   21
WED   22   Super Fives game 2                     7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   23   Thursday Fours game 1&2                7.30 pm       Various
FRI   24
SAT   25   ANZAC Day
SUN   26   Otago V South Otago                    9.30 mt       Stadium
                                                  10 am start
MON   27   ANZAC Day holiday
TUE   28
WED   29   Ladies Interclub games 3&4             1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   30   Fours, Pairs, Singles game 2           7.30 pm       Stadium

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MAY 2020
FRI   1
SAT   2    Masters Fours                       8.30 am   Stadium
SUN   3    Otago Singles                       9.am      Stadium
MON   4
TUE   5
WED   6    Super Fives game 3                  7.30 pm   Stadium
THU   7    Thursday Fours games 3&4            7.30 pm   Stadium
FRI   8
SAT   9
SUN   10   Otago Pairs                         9. am     Stadium
           Executive Meeting                   4.30 pm   Stadium
MON   11
TUE   12
WED   13   Ladies Interclub games 5&6          1.30 pm   Stadium
THU   14   Fours, Pairs, Singles game 3        7.30 pm   Stadium
FRI   15
SAT   16   Women’s Eights                      8.15am    Balclutha
SUN   17   Women’s Eights                      8.30am    Balclutha
MON   18
TUE   19   Green Island Triples                1.pm      Green Island
WED   20   Super Fives game 4                  7.30 pm   Stadium
THU   21   Thursday Fours games 5&6            7.30 pm   Various
FRI   22
SAT   23   Otago V Canterbury                  1.00pm    Canterbury
SUN   24   Otago V Canterbury                  9.00am    Canterbury
MON   25
TUE   26
WED   27   Ladies Interclub games 7&8          1.30 pm   Stadium
THU   28   Flag 500                            1.30 pm   Stadium
           Fours, Pairs, Singles 4             7.30 pm   Stadium
FRI   29
SAT   30   South Island Champs                 8.30 am   Timaru
SUN   31   South Island Champs                 8.30 am   Timaru

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JUNE 2020
           South Island Champs                  8.30 am       Timaru
MON   1    Queens Birthday

TUE   2
WED   3    Super Fives game 5                   7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   4    Thursday Fours game 7&8              7.30 pm       Various
FRI   5
SAT   6    National champs start                8.30 am       Whangarei
           Warrington Tournament                1.30 pm       Waitati Hall
SUN   7    Town V Country                       9. am         Stadium
MON   8
TUE   9
WED   10
THU   11
FRI   12
SAT   13   National champs End
SUN   14   1-5 year Pairs [zone event]          1 pm          Stadium
           Delegates & Executive Meeting        4.30 pm       Stadium
MON   15
TUE   16
WED   17   Super Fives game 6                   7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   18   Thursday Fours games 9&10            7.30 pm       Various
FRI   19
SAT   20
SUN   21   Otago Triples                        9. am         Stadium
MON   22
TUE   23
WED   24   Ladies Interclub games 9&10          1.30 pm       Stadium
           Flag 500                             1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   25   Fours, Pairs, Singles game 5         7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   26
SAT   27   Jolly Quadrangular                   10 am MT      Stadium
                                                10.30 start
           E.D Hong Kong Pairs                  1 pm          E.O Events
SUN   28   Senior Pairs                         9. am         Stadium
           Junior Singles                       1 pm,         Stadium
MON   29
TUE   30

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JULY 2020
WED   1     Super Fives game 7                       7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   2     Thursday Fours games 11&12               7.30 pm       Various
FRI   3
            Mixed Fours / Pairs & Masters Fours
            Zone Finals                              10 am         Alexandra
SAT   4     Junior Rep Pairs & Singles               1.30 pm       Timaru
            Mixed Fours / Pairs & Masters Fours
            Zone Finals                              10 am         Alexandra
SUN   5     Junior Rep Pairs & Singles               1.30 pm       Timaru
MON   6
TUE   7
WED   8     Ladies Interclub games 11&12             1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   9     Fours, Pairs, Singles game 6             7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   10
SAT   11
SUN   12    Henselite Singles                        9 am          Stadium
            Executive Meeting                        4.30 pm       Stadium
MON   13
TUE   14
WED   15    Super Fives game 8                       7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   16    Thursday Fours games 13&14               7.30 pm       Various
FRI   17
SAT   18    Paterson Trophy                          8.15 am       Timaru

SUN   19    Paterson Trophy                          8. am         Timaru
MON   20    Closing date Henselite, Ch Ch & Junior
TUE   21
WED   22    Ladies Interclub games 13&14             1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   23    Fours, Pairs, Singles 7                  7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   24
SAT   25    Walter Strang                            10 am MT      Ashburton
                                                     10.30 start
SUN   26
MON   27
TUE   28
WED   29    Super Fives game 9                       7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   30    Thursday Fours games 15&16               7.30 pm       Various
FRI   31

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AUGUST 2020
SAT   1
SUN   2    Otago Fours                           8.30 am       Stadium
MON   3
TUE   4    Green Island Triples                  1 pm          Green Island
WED   5    Ladies Interclub games 15&16          1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   6    Fours, Pairs, Singles game 8          7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   7
SAT   8    National 1-5 year pairs finals                      Upper Hutt
           Taieri Open Triples                   1 pm          Wingatui
SUN   9    Husband & Wife Pairs / Mixed Pairs    9 am          Stadium
           Delegates & Executive Meeting         4.30 pm       Stadium
MON   10
TUE   11   Crawford Cup                          7 pm          Stadium
           Smaill Trophy                         7 pm          Stadium
                                                               Stadium
WED   12   North Island V Otago
THU   13   Crawford Cup post section             7 pm          Stadium
           Smaill Trophy post section            7 pm          Stadium
FRI   14
SAT   15   Inter-Island Test                                   Invercargill
SUN   16   Novice Singles                        1 pm          Stadium
MON   17

TUE   18
WED   19   Ladies Interclub games 17&18          1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   20   Fours, Pairs, Singles game 9          7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   21
           Otago V Southland                     10 am MT      Stadium
                                                 10.30 start
           E.D Open Singles                      1 pm          E.O Events
SAT   22   NZ Mixed Fours & Pairs Finals                       Masterton

SUN   23   NZ Mixed Fours & Pairs Finals                       Masterton
MON   24
TUE   25
WED   26   Super Fives game 10                   7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   27   Thursday Fours 17&18                  7.30 pm       Various
FRI   28
           E.D Open Triples                      1 pm          E.O Events
           Junior Singles Final                  10.30 am      North Wellington
SAT   29   Masters Open Fours                                  Auckland

SUN   30   Masters Open Fours Final                            Auckland

MON   31

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SEPTEMBER 2020
TUE   1
WED   2    Ladies Interclub games 19&20            1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   3    Fours, Pairs, Singles game 10           7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   4    Welch Trophy                                          Christchurch
SAT   5    Welch Trophy                                          Christchurch
           E.D Aussie Pairs                        1 pm          E.O Events
SUN   6    Welch Trophy                                          Christchurch
MON   7
TUE   8
WED   9    Super Fives game 11                     7.30 pm       Stadium
                                                                 Various
THU   10   Thursday Fours games 19&20              7.30 pm
FRI   11
SAT   12   National Henselite Singles Final        12 pm lunch   Stadium

SUN   13   Management Quadrangular                 1.30 pm       Stadium
           Executive Meeting                       4.30 pm       Stadium
MON   14
TUE   15
WED   16   Ladies Interclub games 21&22            1.30 pm       Stadium
THU   17   Fours, Pairs, Singles game 11           7.30 pm       Stadium
FRI   18
SAT   19   Ch Ch Pairs                             9 am          Stadium
SUN   20   Ch Ch Triples                           9 am          Stadium
MON   21
TUE   22   Invitation Pairs                        7 pm          Stadium
WED   23   Super Fives game 12                     7.30 pm       Stadium
THU   24   Invitation Pairs                        7 pm          Stadium
FRI   25
SAT   26   Ch Ch Fours                             8.30 am       Stadium
SUN   27   Ch Ch Singles                           9 am          Stadium
MON   28
TUE   29
WED   30   Super Fives game 13                     7.30 pm       Stadium

OCTOBER 2020
THU   1
FRI   2
SAT   3    Blossom Festival Fours                  9.00 am       Alexandra

SUN   4    Blossom Festival Pairs                  9.30 am       Alexandra

SAT   10   Club Challenge & Prizegiving            1 pm          Stadium
           Executive Meeting                       After         Stadium

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NOVEMBER 2020
Sun    1     Regional Meeting                  12pm          Stadium
Sun    8     Annual General Meeting            7.00pm        Stadium

December 2020
Sun    13    Executive Meeting                 6.00pm        Stadium

March 2021
Fri    26    Opening Night                     7.00pm        Stadium

April 2021
Fri    2     Festival Fours                    7.00pm        Stadium

                           Alexander Blossom Festival
                                 Fours and Pairs
                        Sat and Sun 3rd & 4th October 2020
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                                 Laws of the Game

             Rule 28; Penalty for killing the last end of a game

              Should the last played end of any game be killed,
                    the appropriate penalty shall be scored
                         by the opposite player or team
             and a final end shall be played if requested by either
                            Skip or player in singles.

      The non-offending Skip or player in singles shall then have the
            right to order the other team or player to play first.
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GENERAL COMPETITION RULES

 1. All rules of play as adopted by New Zealand Indoor Bowls shall apply to
    all matches played under the jurisdiction of the Otago Indoor Bowls
    Association (OIBA).

 2. Only players who are registered with New Zealand Indoor Bowls and
    are members of an affiliated club may participate in any event under the
    jurisdiction of OIBA or one of its affiliated member clubs, unless such an
    event is deemed by the Executive of OIBA to be a promotional event.

 3. No alcohol is to be consumed in any area where matches are being
    played and no person under the influence of liquor will be permitted to
    participate in any match.

 4. No smoking is permitted in any hall at any time where matches are
    being played.

 5. No practice play is permitted prior to any match commencing.

 6. For all fixtures a time limit may be applied on all games up to and
    including the quarterfinals but will not apply to the semi-finals or finals.

 7. Any club who wishes to run a tournament must apply in writing to the
    OIBA Executive by the date set. A tournament is defined as a
    competition where entries are sought from individual teams or players
    from more than two clubs.

 8. No individual may enter and play in more than one tournament on the
    same day except where the post section is to be held on a different day
    or each session is a complete tournament.

 9. Any player once having played in an event run by OIBA for any club
    shall not be eligible to play for any other club in the same playing
    season. A player may apply in writing to the OIBA Executive to transfer
    clubs, such application to be accompanied by a clearance from the
    applicable club. The act of playing as a substitute in accordance with

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the rules of Interclub Competitions is not deemed to be ‘playing for
  another club’.

10. Dual Representation. Where a player is a member of two, or more,
  clubs they are required prior to the commencement of the first round of
  Interclub to declare in writing to the secretary of each club of which they
  are a member, as to which club they intend to play specific Interclub,
  Otago and Championship events for during that season. The
  Secretaries of all clubs so affected shall provide written notification of
  such declarations to the OIBA Secretary. Once a declaration has been
  made, or an Interclub, Otago or Championship event played, a player
  may not play such an event for another club unless approval is given by
  the OIBA Executive under the rules governing players transferring from
  one club to another.

11. Any disputes that arise as to the interpretation or application of any
  rules shall in the first instance be submitted in writing to the Events
  Manager. Any appeal of a decision made by the Events Manager should
  be addressed in writing to the OIBA Executive whose decision shall be
  final and binding on all parties.

12. Rule 28 applies to all events unless stated otherwise.

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SPECIFIC COMPETITION RULES

OTAGO EVENTS

Refer also to additional or changed conditions for Champion of Champion
events, Henselite Singles, NZ Mixed Fours, Junior Singles, Crawford Cup,
Smaill Trophy, Novice Singles & Interclub events.

1.  Entrants shall consist of players from the same member club affiliated to
    NZIB.
2. Other than for singles, teams shall consist of those players named on the
    entry sheet, but they may from game to game play in any order.
3. Rules 4 and 5 below require approval from the Events Convener or, if the
    Events Convener is unavailable, the session Hall Controller.
4. Prior to commencement of play replacements shall be permitted.
    Replacements must come from the same club as the original entrant and
    must not have been listed on an entry sheet in another team.
5. After the commencement of play substitutes shall be permitted.
    Substitutes must come from the same club as the original entrant and
    cannot already have played, or be listed to play, in the event.
6. The Garner Trophy is awarded to the last lady in the Otago Singles.
    Should more than one lady exit the competition in the same round
    leaving no ladies left in the competition then these ladies shall play off
    until a winner is found.
7. For Singles games no person may act as a marker during post-section
    for a player who is either a family or club member. Markers will be
    appointed by the session Hall Controller for games from the quarter-final
    stage onwards. Anyone acting as a marker is required to abide by the
    marker’s duties set out in the laws of the game.
8. Singles games shall be of 12 ends or 35 minutes.
9. Pairs games shall be of 9 ends or 40 minutes.
10. Triples games shall be of 10 ends or 45 minutes.
11. Fours games shall be of 10 ends or 55 minutes.
12. The qualifying session shall be of 4 games with 2 points awarded for a
    win and 1 point awarded for a draw. 5 points are needed to qualify for
    post section play.

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CHAMPION OF CHAMPION EVENTS
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. Entrants should be found by competition play in each Affiliated Club and
   only the winners of such competition, or replacements as described
   below, are eligible to compete in these events.
2. Rules 3 and 4 below are at the sole discretion of the Events Convenor
   or, if the Events Convenor is unavailable, the session Hall Controller.
3. Should a member of a team that wins their Club Championship event be
   unable to play in the Champion of Champion event they may be replaced
   by the corresponding player from the runner-up team.
4. If both a member of a winning team and the corresponding player from
   the runner-up team be GENUINELY unable to play in the Champion of
   Champion event, then an alternative member from the runner-up team
   may be permitted to play. Such alternative member is not permitted, at
   any time, to play above the position of the player being replaced.

NEW ZEALAND CHAMPION OF CHAMPION HENSELITE SINGLES
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. Any player registered to the OIBA can enter this event as long as the
   player is prepared and available to travel to the National Final on
   Saturday 12 September 2020 in Dunedin.
2. Games shall be of 12 ends or 35 minutes.

NEW ZEALAND MIXED FOURS
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. Four players (two men and two women) registered to the OIBA can enter
   this event as long as all the players are prepared and available to travel
   to the zone and national finals. Players need not belong to the same
   affiliated club.
2. 2020: Zone Final Saturday 4th – 5th July in Alexandra.
   National Final on Saturday 22nd – 23rd August in Masterton.
   Games shall be of 10 ends or 60 minutes.
3. Where there is 8 or fewer entries play to be the same format as the
   National finals (round robin).
4. Where there are more than 8 entries the teams will each play 4 qualifying
   games (in 4 rounds if possible) and the 4 teams with the most points will

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playoff using the same format as the Regional playoff (round robin). The
     winner of the event will be the team with the most points.
5.   2 points shall be awarded for a win and 1 point awarded for a draw. In
     the event of two sides being level a count back on ends won and drawn,
     and if still level the highest aggregate score, shall decide the winner.
6.   Bowler of the Year points will be awarded as: National format, 9 for first,
     7 for second and 5 for third. Regional format, 9 for first, 7 for second, 5
     for third and 5 for fourth. Any team that gets 5 points or more and does
     not make the playoff will also receive 1 point.

NEW ZEALAND MIXED PAIRS
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. Two players (one man and one women) registered to the OIBA can enter
   this event. Players need not belong to the same affiliated club.
2. All costs incurred in travelling to the Zone Final and / or the National
   Final, are at the players own expense.
3. 2020: Zone Final Saturday 4th – 5th July in Alexandra.
   National Final on Saturday 22nd – 23rd August in Masterton.
   Games shall be of 10 ends or 45 minutes.
4. Where there is 8 or fewer entries play to be the same format as the
   National finals (round robin).
5. Where there are more than 8 entries the teams will each play 4 qualifying
   games (in 4 rounds if possible) and the 4 teams with the most points will
   playoff using the same format as the Regional playoff (round robin). The
   winner of the event will be the team with the most points.
6. 2 points shall be awarded for a win and 1 point awarded for a draw. In
   the event of two sides being level a count back on ends won and drawn,
   and if still level the highest aggregate score shall decide the winner.
7. Bowler of the Year points will be awarded as: National format, 9 for first,
   7 for second and 5 for third. Regional format, 9 for first, 7 for second, 5
   for third and 5 for fourth. Any team that gets 5 points or more and does
   not make the playoff will also receive 1 point.

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ONE – FIVE YEAR PAIRS
1.  The event shall be open to all bowlers who have been affiliated for less
    than six (6) years. Note - a transition period of three (3) years applies
    until 2022 at which time the rule will be amended to read ‘who are
    affiliated and have played the game of indoor bowls for less than six (6)
    years’. Each pair may be comprised of any combination of players from
    districts in the same zone.
2.  Depending on entries, the host district may elect to conduct a round-
    robin event. The team to go forward to the New Zealand Final shall be
    the team from the zone with the best performance, as decided by Rule
    5.
3.  The pairs team to go forward to the New Zealand Final shall be the
    winning team from the Zone tournament. In the event that the winning
    team is unable to attend the New Zealand Finals, the next best
    performed zone pairs team may be substituted. In the event that only
    one (1) entry is received in the zone competition, then that pair shall be
    the zone’s representative.
4.  Zone finals Sunday 14 June 2020 Dunedin and National Final 8 August
    2020 in Upper Hutt.
5.  In both the Zone tournament and the New Zealand Final, games shall
    be of 10 ends with a time limit of 45 minutes
6.  In the New Zealand Final two points will be awarded for a win and one
    for a draw. In the event of two, or more, sides being level at the
    conclusion of the games a count back on the number of ends won and
    drawn shall decide the winner (drawn ends shall count as half an end
    won and extra ends played and points scored shall not count). Should
    the count back on ends won and drawn be level, then the highest
    aggregate score shall decide the winner. Should two or more teams still
    be level then a count back on differential should be done to decide a
    winner. Note: Differential is the difference between the winner's and
    loser's scores in each game. This figure is a plus for the winners and a
    minus for the losers and a total score of plus or minus taken over all
    games
7.  No expenses will be paid for Zone competitions. At the New Zealand
    Final one night's accommodation plus travel expenses will be paid for
    by the NZIB. An additional night’s accommodation will be paid if
    deemed necessary by NZIB. All breakfasts are the responsibility of the
    event participants.

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JUNIOR SINGLES
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. Any player registered to the OIBA and is under the age of 18 as at 1
   March this year can enter this event as long as the player is prepared
   and available to travel to the national final.
   National Final on Saturday 29 August 2020 at North Wellington
2. Games shall be of 12 ends or 35 minutes.

CRAWFORD CUP and SMAILL TROPHY
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. Affiliated Clubs may enter multiple teams consisting of 4 female players
   into the Crawford Cup and/or 4 male players into the Smaill Trophy.
2. In the event that a Club is GENUINELY unable to fill a team they may
   seek approval from the Events Convener to use one player from another
   Club. If approved the alternative player may play in any position other
   than skip.
3. Games shall be of 8 ends or 40 minutes.

NATIONAL MASTERS FOURS
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. The event shall be open to all affiliated indoor bowlers over the age of 60
   years on 1st March each year. All players in each team shall be from the
   same member district and they can only enter in the district for which
   they are available to play representative bowls.
2. In both Zone Finals and the National Final, games shall be of 8 ends with
   a time limit of 45 minutes
3. Play in the Zone Final will be on the ‘round-robin’ principle.
4. In both the Zone Finals and the National Final two points will be awarded
   for a win and one for a draw. In the event of two, or more, sides being
   level at the conclusion of the games a count back on the number of ends
   won and drawn shall decide the winner (drawn ends shall count as half
   an end won and extra ends played and points scored shall not count).
   Should the count back on ends won and drawn be level, then the highest
   aggregate score shall decide the winner. Should two or more teams still

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be level then a count back on differential should be done to decide a
     winner. Note: Differential is the difference between the winner's and
     loser's scores in each game. This figure is a plus for the winners and a
     minus for the losers and a total score of plus or minus taken over all
     games.
5.   Zone Finals will be played on Saturday 4 or Sunday 5 July 2020 in
     Alexandra with no expenses paid by the National Body. Winners of Zone
     Final are expected to be available to attend the National Finals on
     Saturday 39 August 2020 in Auckland.
6.   At the National Final one night's accommodation plus travel expenses
     will be paid for by the NZIB. An additional night’s accommodation will be
     paid if deemed necessary by NZIB. All breakfasts are the responsibility
     of the event participants.
7.   This event is not included in the OIBA Bowler of the Year points.

NOVICE SINGLES
Conditions of play shall be the same as for the Otago Events except as
amended by:
1. Only a player who has been a registered bowler for three or less years
   can enter this event.
2. Games shall be 12 ends or 30 minutes.

                        Otago Blind Indoor Bowling Club
                The Otago Blind Indoor Bowling Club would like to
                            invite bowlers to join them,
     at their club rooms (Blind Foundation, Cnr Hillside Road and Law St)
        on the first Wednesday of each month during the bowls season,
                             from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm.
     A format will be decided on the day depending on numbers attending,
          with sighted players providing a challenge for blind bowlers.
                This is an opportunity to play alongside each other
     while continuing to foster and develop the game among all players in
                                the Otago province.
                        Contact Kevin Keogh 03 4881340.

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GENERAL INTERCLUB RULES
The following rules apply to all Interclub competitions
1. If a club is GENUINELY unable to fill a team, a request to use players
    from another club may be submitted to the hall controller. If granted
    these additional players may play in any position other than skip of either
    fours or pairs or in singles. A list of approvals granted shall be on display
    in the office at the Indoor Bowls Hall.
2. A team may play one substitute, being a registered player in the hall not
    otherwise playing, who shall play as lead in a team. Substitutes are not
    permitted in any game of singles.
3. In the event of scores being level after the required number of ends have
    been played, or the time limit reached, the game shall be drawn. If the
    last end is killed, then rule 28 shall apply.
4. A club with 2 or more teams in a competition may organize their players
    amongst their multiple teams on different playing days as they see fit,
    except for the Thursday Fours, Pairs / Singles and Wednesday Ladies:
    (See Page 51, Rules 2 and 3) and (Page 47, rule 6 and 7)
5. All Interclub Playing Fees must be paid prior to the start of play. This
    includes those Clubs which pay Interclub Fees on behalf of their players.

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SUPER FIVES INTERCLUB

SPECIFIC FIVES INTERCLUB RULES
1. Affiliated Clubs may enter one team consisting of five registered players
   from their club.
2. All games shall be played at the Otago Indoor Bowls Hall, Victoria Road,
   commencing at 7.30pm. No team is permitted to default any match.
3. If a club is GENUINELY unable to fill a team, a request to use players
   from another club not already in the competition. Refer General rule 1.
4. Each team shall pay a nightly entry fee of $25 ($5 per player).
5. Games shall be a maximum of one hour – singles 15 ends, pairs 12 ends,
   triples 10, fours 10 ends. Two games shall be played on each night with
   singles and four being played first then pairs and triples in the second
   game.
6. The competition shall consist of: A full round robin for the Craig Trophy

7.   For all games two points will be awarded for a win and one point for a
     draw. In the event of a tie when calculating winner’s points, differential
     shall be used to decide placings.

                      ETIQUETTE!!
        PLAYING WITH VISUALLY IMPAIRED PLAYERS
        1. Separate bowls by colour at the completion of each end
           (Light colour eg Yellow or Red to the left)
        2. After playing stand behind YOUR OWN BOWLS
           The visually impaired player relies on this

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FIVES INTERCLUB DRAW
The draw below. For example, on 8 April Henley team 1 plays Green Island
team 2

    Date                 8-April   22-April    6-May     20-May   3-Jun   17-Jun

    Game                   1          2             3      4       5        6
    1 Henley               2          3             4      5       6        7

    2 Green Island         1        Bye             3      4       5        6

    3 Forbury Park         13         1             2     Bye      4        5

    4 Kew                  12        13             1      2       3       Bye

    5 HillHead             11        12            13      1       2        3

    6 Mornington           10        11            12     13       1        2

    7 Kaikorai             9         10            11     12       13       1

    8 Momona              Bye         9            10     11       12      13

    9 Vauxhall             7          8            Bye    10       11      12

    10 Prince Albert       6          7             8      9      Bye      11

    11 North Taieri        5          6             7      8       9       10

    12 Wakari              4          5             6      7       8        9

    13 Burnside            3          4             5      6       7        8

                       Game Laws      - Deciding End Rule 25
 Except in any final for which provision for drawn games shall be
 laid down by the Appropriate Authority and notwithstanding
 anything contained in these laws, where at the completion of a
 game the scores are level and the conditions of the game require
 a decision, a further end shall be played. Should this end be
 killed the appropriate penalty, as provided in Law 27 shall be
 scored by the opposing player or team and the game shall be
 ended. If however, this end is drawn, a further end shall be
 played.
FIVES INTERCLUB DRAW Cont

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FIVES INTERCLUB DRAW continued

Date                  1-July     15-July    29-July    26-Aug     9-Sep       23-Sep   30-Sep

Game                    7           8          9         10         11         12       13
1 Henley                8           9         10         11         12         13       Bye

2 Green Island          7           8          9         10         11         12       13

3 Forbury Park          6           7          8          9         10         11       12

4 Kew                   5           6          7          8          9         10       11

5 HillHead              4         Bye          6          7          8          9       10

6 Mornington            3           4          5        Bye          7          8        9

7 Kaikorai              2           3          4          5          6         Bye       8

8 Momona                1           2          3          4          5          6        7

9 Vauxhall             13           1          2          3          4          5        6

10 Prince Albert       12          13          1          2          3          4        5

11 North Taieri        Bye         12         13          1          2          3        4

12 Wakari              10          11        Bye         13          1          2        3

13 Burnside             9          10         11         12        Bye          1        2

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                    BOWL PLAYED OUT OF ORDER

15. Where a player has played out of order and the mistake is
detected before the next bowl is bowled the opposing Skip or player
in singles shall:
(a) leave the head as it is and return the bowl to be played in its
proper order; or,
(b) replace the head and return the bowl to be played in its proper
order; or,
(c) declare the end dead.

                   BOWLS PLAYED OUT OF ORDER

16. Where a player has played out of order and the mistake is not
detected until after the next bowl is bowled the end shall be declared
dead.

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WEDNESDAY LADIES INTERCLUB
Please note as of 2019 all ladies interclub are triples
                 SPECIFIC WEDNESDAY LADIES INTERCLUB RULES

1.    Affiliated clubs may enter multiple teams consisting of three registered
      female players from their club.

2.    Ladies only competition and if a team is short of players then
      replacements and substitutes from another club should be used first, and
      men used as an absolute last resort in the position of lead. Permission to
      use a player from another club may be submitted to the hall controller. All
      games shall be played on Wednesday afternoons at the Indoor Bowls
      Hall, Victoria Road, commencing at 1.30pm. The second game shall
      commence no later than 3.15pm.

3.    Each team shall pay a daily entry fee of $12 ($4 per player).

4.    Games shall be of 10 ends with no time limit. Two games shall be played
      on each day. Afternoon tea shall be held between games. Two clubs (or
      one club with two teams) are allocated kitchen duties for each playing
      day.

5.    Any team unable to commence playing by 1.45pm and 3.30pm
      respectively shall forfeit the game points to the non-offending team. If a
      team defaults both their scheduled games on any playing day it is
      required to pay the daily entry fee for its team as well as half the entry fee
      of the team(s) to which they have defaulted.

6.     When a club has multiple entries in Wednesday ladies the team members
     have to be identified to play for one team only and may not play in any
     other team from their club in this event.

7.    Each team will play in its own right, with no splitting of points.

8.    At the end of the season the club with the most points shall be awarded
      the Holden Rose Bowl in recognition of their achievement.

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