Competitions started from 21 April 2018
Bowling competitions are held on many levels - from national to local and every club organizes it own competitions to identify its best players.
The dropdown on this page contains links to websites of all the bodies holding competitions in England. Members of North London Bowling Club take part in games at all these levels:
The Bertie Joel and Pat Hicks competition is entered by clubs across north London and played each summer.
North London Bowling Club won this trophy in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Hendon won in 2015 and we were runners up.
Games are scheduled between June and August. Games of four mixed triples are played either at home or away throughout the season. The final matches are played at a presentation day in September where all competing clubs enter one mixed triple.
Scoring for the BJ & PH TROPHIES LEAGUE 2017.
POINTS SCORE: - 1, for a winning triple. half point, for a drawing triple. 2, for an overall win. Maximum score 6 points.
PENALTIES:- a. ) 6 points and 8 shots per triple to the opposing team with any club who defaults without notice or does not give notice to cancel within 2 days before a fixture date previously arranged. b.) Missing Triple,- minus 2 points + 1 point to opponents c.) Any club who cancels or fails to complete 2 fixtures of their previously arranged seasonal program, unless caused by the elements or an unplayable green, will forfeit further participation in the league for that season. Any scores and points accrued by the opposing teams previously played against this club will stand.
Apart from the above, - Rules abide to the terms and conditions of Bowls England. (See Rules for details).
NOTES:- An update of scores and league position will be issued via email fortnightly.
Woolley Cup to 21 shots from the difference in handicap; open to all entrants in the men’s or ladies’ championship and handicaps who have been eliminated from either competition in their first match
Junior championship to 21 shots; open to any member who has not won a single’s trophy
The last competition of the season. It is a singles tournament. All competitors will play 4 games of 4 ends each and must also be prepared to mark 2 other games as well. Players must be prepared to play for the whole afternoon.No sharing games for this competition. Maximum of 24 players, entry will be on a first come first serve basis.
The scores at the end of each game will be recorded, and 2 points awarded for a win, 1 for a draw, 0 for a loss. Actual scores will also be recorded and in the event of a tie for the trophy the shot differences will be taken into account. Each player will be given their own card, to record their scores, and markers should check that the scores are correct on the cards at the end of each game. Those results should be reported to the person who is recording the results on the day.
There will be no trial ends, and anyone who kills the end by knocking the jack out of the rink will giving 2 points to the opponent for that end which will not be replayed. In the interests of keeping the games moving you may only visit the head, if necessary, before delivering your last wood on each end.
The dress code is whites.