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SWINDON & DISTRICT AFTERNOON TRIPLES LEAGUE RULES
1. The League shall be called the Swindon & District Men’s Afternoon Triples League.
2. That the Rules of the Swindon & District Bowling Association, shall generally apply to the Afternoon Triples Leagues.
3. The Management Committee shall consist of a Chairman and Secretary, who shall be recommended at the Annual Meeting of the Afternoon League and ratified at the Association AGM.
4. An Annual Meeting shall be held at least four weeks before the Association A.G.M., to finalise the season’s activities and to discuss any propositions, which shall be properly proposed and seconded and received in writing by the Secretary. These will be discussed and if accepted forwarded in writing to the Association League Secretary for ratifying at the Association A.G.M. The Club Delegate and Team Leaders may attend from each Affiliated Club, with only the Club representative being able to vote on recommendations.
5. Teams to consist of two Triples. Players wishing to play in the Afternoon Leagues, shall be a member of the Affiliated Club, they wish to play for. No player shall play for more than one team in the League. A club can enter a maximum of four teams.
6. Monday Fixture dates shall initially be allocated by the League Secretary. By mutual agreement clubs can re-arrange these games and the League Secretary must be notified by 31st March of all changes.
No alterations will be allowed after this date, other than in exceptional circumstances, the League Secretary shall be notified either by email or phone as soon as this is known.
7. If a green is unavailable or unfit for play, the home team shall first ascertain whether their opponents green is available before re-arranging the fixture.
a) Where a game cannot be played on the scheduled fixture date, the League Secretary shall be notified within 7 days.
b) The League Secretary shall be notified of the revised date within 21days of the original fixture date. Failure to do so will result in the home team being deducted 6 points from their accumulated league totals.
c) If a match has to be abandoned, due to adverse weather conditions, making the green unfit for play, the following rules will apply
i) If a total of 18 ends or more have been played the score shall be the result of the game. ii) If less than 18 ends have been played, then each team shall receive 5 points, as for a draw and the total number of shots they have scored during the game, shall be recorded to enable promotion / relegation issues to be resolved
8. The formats in the League shall be playing home & away in the same season with Promotion / Relegation, based on the final Division positions.
9. A total of 10 Points shall be awarded per match
6 Points for an overall winning match
2 Points for a winning Triple
1 Point each triple for a drawn Triple
5 Points each team, if the match results in a equal number of shots.
In the event of one team, only being able to play one triple on the day, through unforeseen circumstances, their opponents shall be awarded 8 points and the remaining triple will play for the other two points. Within 7 days, a representative of the home team shall send the result or outcome of all matches to the League Secretary
11. If a game is not played during the season, as detailed in rule 7, the non-offending team shall be awarded 10 points, with a winning 10 – 0 shot aggregate. If both teams are at fault or both teams mutually agree not to play the game, no points are awarded, but the match is deemed to have been played. However all games that may influence promotion or relegation shall be played. Failure to do so may result, in the Management Committee taking executive action.
12. Should any team withdraw from the League during the course of the season, then all results from matches in which that team has been involved, shall be expunged and the League positions calculated accordingly.
13. Clubs to notify the League Secretary of their intention to remain in and / or join the league by 1st October each year.
14. An entrance fee shall be determined at the Association Annual General Meeting, to be paid to the Treasurer of the Swindon & District Bowling Association, before the commencement of the season.
15. Any dispute or query arising in connection with this competition shall be made in writing to, the League Secretary. Clubs will be informed in writing of the Managements decisions. Appeals against this decision shall be made in writing to the Association Secretary, with the matter being considered at the next Delegates Council meeting, or at an Emergency Committee meeting of the Association, whose decision shall be final.
Revised November 2014″