SBBL Rules and Regulation

A1. The title of the league shall be the Steeple Bumpstead Bowls League (SBBL)

A2. Aims

a. To adopt and enforce the Rules and constitution of Bowls England and the Laws of the Sport of Bowls Crystal Mark Edition and the bye laws laid down by Bowls England and those specific to the SBBL.

b. To foster goodwill among members and to promote the game of bowls in a competitive spirit by:

  i. Playing matches in league form.
  ii. Playing competition matches between members of clubs.
  iii. Playing SBBL representative matches.

A3. Membership

a. Membership of the SBBL shall be open to all Clubs in the locality of North Essex, South Cambridgeshire and West Suffolk.

b. Applications for membership from qualifying clubs new to the SBBL shall be made annually, in writing to the Hon. League Secretary SBBL at least twenty-one (21) days prior to the SBBL Annual General Meeting (AGM). New clubs will be elected annually at the SBBL AGM.

c. Each affiliated club may appoint annually, one representative member as their delegate to the SBBL.

d. Application may be made for one or more teams from each club to participate each year in the triples league programmme or one or two teams in the pairs league programme.

e. Any club, or team may withdraw from the league(s) or the SBBL, on giving written notice to the Hon. League Secretary at least fourteen days before the date of the AGM.

f. Any newly affiliated club, or additional league team, shall be initially entered to the lowest division.

g. All affiliated clubs, and their members, shall be under the jurisdiction of the SBBL Management Committee for all competitions, league and other fixtures held by the SBBL and must conform to the rules applied by the SBBL.

h. Member clubs must if asked, be able to provide the Hon. League Secretary or Fixture Secretary with a full list of names their playing members.

A4. Fees and Subscriptions

a. Clubs entering teams in the League(s) shall pay a subscription for each team entered.  The fee shall be determined by the Management Committee and shared at the AGM.

b. Clubs will be sent an invoice by the Hon Treasurer SBBL and will pay the amount required by the date decided by the Treasurer.

c. Any deficit at the end of the season shall be made up by the clubs subscribing equally.

A5. Management and Administration

a. The affairs of the SBBL will be conducted by the Management Committee consisting of the President, the Chairman, the Hon. League Secretary, the Hon. Treasurer, the Hon. League Captain, the Hon. League Fixture/Results Secretary, the Hon. Competitions Secretary, and a representative from each of five clubs.

b. The Management Committee shall have the power to deal with all matters relating to the association not provided for in these rules, and in the event of any breach thereof, shall have the power, after inquiry, to take such action as deemed proper.

c. Six members of the Management Committee shall form a quorum.

A6. The officers of the SBBL (President, Chairman, Hon. League Secretary, Hon. Treasurer, Hon. League Captain, Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary, Hon. Competition Secretary) shall be members of affiliated clubs and shall be elected annually at the AGM. The Management Committee shall make recommendations to the AGM in regard to these officers.

A7. The Annual General Meeting shall be held each year on an appointed date in November at which the following will be transacted:

a. The minutes of the previous AGM will be confirmed and any business arising from them will be dealt with.

b. The presentation and adoption of reports will be received from the President, Chairman, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Treasurer, Hon. League Captain, Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary, Hon. Competition Secretary.

c. Election of Officers and the five representatives on the Management Committee.

d. Amendments and additions to the Rules.

e. Elect new member clubs  

f. Set the annual team fees.

g. Record the teams that are promoted and those relegated.

h. Other business deemed necessary by the Management Committee or affiliated member clubs.  Member clubs should submit through their club secretary notice of their motion(s) not less than six weeks (42 days) before the date of the AGM and copies should be sent to all delegates.

A8. Special General Meetings

a. A Special General Meeting of the SBBL may be convened at any time, subject to twenty-one days (21) notice being given by the Hon. League Secretary.

b. A resolution stating its purpose shall be signed by the secretaries of at least three affiliated clubs.

c. No other business will be transacted at the meeting.

d. The Management Committee may convene a Special General Committee Meeting at any time.  Notice of this meeting shall be sent to all delegates and officers at twenty-one (21) days before such a meeting.

A9. Meetings

a. At all meetings where there are present more than one member from an affiliated club, only one member shall be eligible to vote if the business under discussion relates to such clubs or any member thereof.  The voting member may or may not be the delegate.

b. Any member of an affiliated club may attend the AGM or Special General Meetings, and may part in the business but only delegates may vote.

c. A substitute delegate may represent their club at all meetings provided the Hon. League Secretary has been notified.

d. At least seven (7) days notice shall be given to all SBBL meetings.  All items on the agenda shall be submitted for discussion and if necessary, put to a vote.

e. The Hon. League Secretary shall keep a record of the business transacted at all meetings and shall submit the same through his/her annual report to the AGM.

f. The Hon. Treasurer shall keep a full account of his/her receipts and disbursements and shall submit the same through his/her report to the AGM.

A10.  Alterations to the Rules

a. These rules may be rescinded, amended or added to only by resolution in that behalf when at least two-thirds of the eligible votes are cast in favour by delegates present and voting at the AGM or a Special General Meetings convened for that purpose.

b. Proposed alterations or additions to Rules shall be submitted in writing by affiliated clubs, not less than forty-two (42) days before the AGM meeting to the Hon. League Secretary.

A11. Qualification of Players

a. Any bona-fide member of an affiliated club to the SBBL shall be eligible to play in league or competition matches.

b. No transfer of league team players between clubs will be allowed mid-season without the sanction of the Management Committee.  A player who has transferred clubs may not play against their old club/team or any club/team he/she has already played against in any league matches.  The same applies for the inter club cup competitions.

A12. Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults

The SBBL is fully committed to promoting a safe environment in which children and vulnerable adults can take part and enjoy the game of bowls.  The SBBL will seek to promote amongst its member clubs to promote the latest Safeguarding Policy written and agreed by the Bowls Development Alliance.   The Bowls Development Alliance is the umbrella organisation for the development of the sport of bowls, working with all the National Governing Bodies of bowls to ensure a safe environment for young people and adults at risk to enjoy playing bowls.

A13. Matters in Dispute

Must be submitted to the SBBL Hon. Secretary in writing from the Club Secretary within seven (7) days of occurrence. No action will be taken on verbal reports.

A14. Players bringing the SBBL into dispute

Any player from any club representing the SBBL to be found to bring the League into disrepute will be banned for a period agreed by the Management Committee.


Playing Rules and Regulations

Playing Rules and Regulations P1 to 4 apply to all competitions except where otherwise stated.

P1.   

a. All matches shall be played under SBBL League or Competition Rules (or by Bowls England and the Laws of the Sport of Bowls Crystal Mark Edition when these do not apply).

b. All protests and disputes shall be decided by the SBBL Management Committee whose decision will be final. All such incidents must be submitted to the SBBL Hon. Secretary in writing from the Club Secretary within seven (7) days of occurrence. No action will be taken on verbal reports.

c. The Green must be either rectangular or square and must be between 31metres and 40 metres in length in the direction of play. Rinks wherever possible should be the same width and where possible be between 4.3 metres and 5.8 metres wide but not less than 3.66m.

P2. On Finals day the finalists of the various SBBL Competitions and the Divisional Team Knockout Cup will be played. 

a. Players must play in whites and conform to the dress code regulations in Appendix A.  Should a player arrive to play not dressed accordingly the player will not be permitted to play.

b. In Cup competitions players must have played in at least three Triples League matches to be eligible for the semi-final or the Final. Clubs are to notify the Hon. Fixture/results Secretary of their teams at least forty-eight hours (48 hours) before the Final. Any club failing to notify the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary within the specified time or fielding an eligible player will forfeit the game. Any alterations to the team due to sickness, etc. must be notified to the Hon. Fixture/Results secretary before the start of the match.

c. All Divisional Knockout trophies and Competition trophies will be presented on Finals day.

d. All trophies are the property of the SBBL and not the property of any player or club.  The Club or person holding a trophy is responsible for handing the trophy back or its value to the Hon. League Secretary by 1st August the following season.

e. The winner of a trophy has the responsibility of having the cup/plaque engraved. If the League has to undertake the engraving the responsible club/player will be invoiced for the funds.

f. If Finals day is postponed for any reason it will be moved to the venue and date of the Champions V The Rest fixture. The Champions V The Rest fixture will then be arranged for a Saturday in September.

P3. The Champions V The Rest

a. The winners of each of the Triple League Divisions are expected to provide players for “The Champions V The Rest” on the first Saturday after Finals day.  All Divisional League trophies will be presented at this match.

P4. Fixtures Including Postponement or abandonment of League and Divisional Knock out Fixtures:

a. All League fixtures, Walter Smith, and Divisional Knock Out Competitions are in the control of the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary.

b. Triples League fixtures should be played on the arranged date which appears in the handbook and on website. Clubs have until 28th February each year to negotiate fixtures changes with the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary. No alterations can be made after this date unless in exceptional circumstances.

c. Inclement weather is the only reason for a game to be postponed. If a fixture is postponed for any other reason the team postponing the game will have 10 points deducted from their overall points total. The game must be rearranged, and the Fixture & Results Secretary informed of the new date within seven days. Failure to notify the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary within this time frame will result in the Hon. Fixture/Result Secretary setting the new date for the match.

d. If a game is postponed, the Home Captain should inform the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary as soon as possible and certainly within three days. The date of the rearranged fixture should also be communicated to the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary as soon as possible.

e. A re-arranged fixture may not be scheduled for a date after the last Friday on the fixture list. The exception to this is a fixture affected by inclement weather on that last Friday.

f. In the event of a League match having to be abandoned due to weather, if a total of 36 ends have been completed, the score when the match was abandoned will count as result. If a Walter Smith Cup or Knockout Cup game is abandoned due to weather, it will be replayed from the start.

P5. Triples League

a. The league will be divided into one or more Divisions as appropriate.

b. The constitution of each Division, including promotion and relegations will be reviewed annually at the AGM.

c. Any new club or team to the SBBL will initially be entered into the lowest Division.

d. Promotion and relegation will apply each year.  The winning two teams in a Division not in the highest Division shall be promoted to the next higher Division in the following year.  The bottom two teams of each Division not in the bottom Division will be relegated to the next lower Division in the following year.

e. The day of play will be a Friday or Monday evening on dates and starting times as published in the League handbook.

f. League matches shall commence at 18:30 except the first two matches in May and the last two matches in August which shall start at 18:15 but may start earlier by mutual agreement of the two clubs involved.

g. Each team will consist of nine players, as three sets of Triples.

h. If a team arrives a player short, fifteen minutes will be allowed for the player to arrive.  If the player has not arrived after that time the triple in which the player has been included will become a pair and will be played in accordance with Appendix E. No further penalty will be imposed on the team of eight bowler.

i. In the event of illness or injury a substitute is allowed.

j. Clubs with more than one team should be free to move players from one team to another, but no player from a higher team (defined by league position) may play in the lower League team in the last three games of the season.  The player is deemed to be a member of a higher team if he/she has played three times or more in the higher team during the season. Failure to comply with this rule will result in a penalty of ten shots.

k. Players are to comply with the dress code in Appendix A.

l. Each game will consist eighteen ends. No trial ends will be played and all shots will be scored on each end.

m. A random draw will be made for rinks by the visiting captain, by writing numbers on the back of both sets of cards.

n. At the end of the match the team with the highest aggregate number of shots will score four points.  If the game is drawn then each team will score two points. In addition, each winning Triple will score two points.

o. The Results cards signed and dated by both Captains, must be scanned and emailed or posted to the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary, to reach him/her no later than FIVE days after the date of the game.  Should the cards not be received in time there will be ONE point deduction made against the home team.

p. The Division Champions will be determined by the highest number of points gained.  In the event of two or more teams having the same number of points, the Divisional winners will be decided on shot difference with the team with the highest shot difference being the Divisional Champions.

q. The winners of each of the divisions of the league are to provide players for “The Champions vs The Rest” on the Saturday after Finals day.  All Divisional Trophies will be presented at this match.

P6.  Pairs League Rules

a. The competition will be held on a League basis, home and away.

b. The match will consist of three pairs, with four woods for each player, and will be played over 18 ends. No trial ends will be played and all shots will be scored on each end.

c. To engage as many clubs and bowlers possible the fixtures will be flexible. The Hon. Results/Fixture Secretary will issue the fixtures on a “week commencing basis”.

d. The team captains will arrange the date and time of their fixture to suit both clubs. If for any reason captains are unable to fix a suitable date and time, the fixture will automatically take place on the Tuesday evening starting at 18.15pm.

e. The fixture has to be arranged at least three weeks in advance of the week beginning date, or rule P6d applies. The home captain to call the away captain in the first instance.

f. If a club has two teams entered the teams will have to be split into squads. The squad member names will be supplied to the Hon. Results/Fixture Secretary before the start of the league.

g. If a team arrives with a player short, having allowed a fifteen (15) minute delay, the team with a player short will concede a rink losing the points with a ten shot penalty, the points and shots going to the opposition. In the event of illness or injury a substitute is allowed.

h. If a match is called off or abandoned due to inclement weather the following will apply:

  i. If 36 ends have been complete the game will be considered as complete.
  ii. Should playing rule P6hi not have been satisfied the game needs to be rescheduled. The game must be replayed within fourteen (14) days of the original week commencing date. If a date cannot be agreed the game will take place on the next Tuesday starting at 18.15.

i. Players are to comply with the dress code in Appendix A.

j. A random draw will be made for rinks by the visiting captain, by writing numbers on the back of both sets of cards.

k. At the end of the match the team with the highest aggregate number of shots will score four points.  If the game is drawn then each team will score two points. In addition, each winning Pair will score two points.

l. The Results cards signed and dated by both Captains, must be scanned and emailed or posted to the Hon. Fixture/Results Secretary, to reach him/her no later than FIVE (5) days after the date of the game.  Should the cards not be received in time there will be ONE point deduction made against the home team.

m. The Division Champions will be determined by the highest number of points gained.  In the event of two or more teams having the same number of points, the Divisional winners will be decided on shot difference with the team with the highest shot difference being the Divisional Champions.

P7. Walter Smith Cup Rules

a. Each team will consist eight players, as two sets of fours. The match shall consist of one rink at home and one rink away. Each player has TWO woods. 

b. The day of play will be a Friday or Monday evening on dates and starting times as published in the League handbook.

c. The matches shall commence at 18:30 except the first two weeks in May and the later rounds played in August which shall start at 18:15 but may start earlier by mutual agreement of the two clubs involved.

d. The game shall consist of twenty-one (21) ends. There will be no trial ends. All shots will be scored on each end.

e. The scores from both rinks shall be added together and the team with the higher scorer will be the winner.

f. The first team in the draw is the home team and they will play one extra end, with only one shot counting. If the scores from both rinks are level, the winner of the extra end will go through to the next round.

g. If the game is called off or abandoned on one of the greens due to weather conditions, both games shall be replayed from the start on an agreed evening before the next round.

h. Results Cards, signed by both Captains, must be sent to the Hon Fixture/Results Secretary from both the home and away venues, to arrive within FIVE (5) days of the match taking place.

i. If a team is a player short, the start may be delayed by fifteen (15) minutes, but once the game is started no new player may be added.

j. If a rink is a player short, the game shall proceed as follows: the Lead and Number 2 will each bowl three woods, but at the end of the match one quarter of the score of their rink will be deducted. (Fractions should be included in calculating the final score.)

k. Once a player has played in a team in the Walter Smith he/she becomes cup tied and cannot play for any other team in that season’s competition.

l. The final will be played on Finals Day.

m. Players are to comply with the dress code in Appendix A.

P8.  Divisional Team Knockout Cup Rules

a. Each team will consist of nine (9) players as three (3) sets of triples. The match will be played over 18 ends, up to and including the semi-final, and the final.  There will be no trial ends. All shots will be scored on each end.

b. The day of play will be a Friday or Monday evening on dates and starting times as published in the League handbook.

c. The matches shall commence at 18:30 except the first two weeks in May and the later rounds played in August which shall start at 18:15 but may start earlier by mutual agreement of the two clubs involved.

d. The first team in the draw will be the home team.

e. A random draw will be made for rinks by the visiting captain, by writing numbers on the back of both sets of cards.

f. The winner of the match is the team with the highest aggregate score over the three rinks. If, at the end of the match, including the final, the scores are tied, an extra end will be played on all three rinks, with only one shot counting on each, to decide the winner.

g. If a team arrives a player short (eight players), 15 minutes will be allowed for the player to arrive. If the player has not arrived after that time, the triple in which the player had been included will become a pair and will be played in accordance with Appendix E shown in the handbook. No further penalty will be imposed on the team with eight players.

h. If the match is called off or abandoned due to weather conditions, it must be played from the start on an agreed evening before the next round.

i. The Result Card, signed by both Captains, must be sent to the league Results Secretary within FIVE (5) days of the match taking place.

j. The Final will be played on Finals Day and shall consist of three triples and shall be played over 18 ends.

k. Players are to comply with the dress code in Appendix A in all rounds.

l. Once a player has played in a team in the Divisional Team Knock Out Cup he/she becomes cup tied and cannot play for any other team in that season’s competition.

Competition Rules

C1. All Competitions are played under SBBL rules except two trial ends of two woods are permitted before the match begins.  Where SBBL Rules or Competition rules do not apply Bowls England/World Bowls: The Laws of the Sport of Bowls Crystal Edition apply.

C2. The Finals of each competition will be held on Finals Day where the dress code is as stated in Appendix A.

C3. The first named player in the draw is the Challenger, who will qahave the choice of venue. He/she should, within 48 hours of receiving notification of the draw, offer his/her opponent two dates on which to play the match, giving three days clear notice. If a mutual agreement cannot be reached, the game will be played on the designated final date of the round.

C4. Dates on which a Steeple Bumpstead League or Cup fixture may not be offered. No other League or Cup will take preference over dates offered. Sundays and Bank Holidays may be used by mutual consent. Only one Saturday may be offered, but two weekdays may be offered.

C5. NO EXTENSION to the closing dates of any round of any Competition will be given.

C6. At the pre-season meeting the Challenger will receive a card giving them the name and contact details of his/her opponent(s) who he/she should contact within 48 hours. After the pre-season meeting Challengers will receive “virtual” cards by electronic means. If any player or team, having gained a place in the next round, has not been contacted by either a Challenger or the Competition Secretary within five days of the closing date of the previous round, they should contact the Competition Secretary.

C7. The winner of each match should IMMEDIATELY telephone the result to the Competition Secretary.  Within the next three days he/she should then return the correctly completed scorecard, signed by both skips or both players in the Singles.

C8. Substitutions: In Pairs and Triples Competitions a substitute may be used providing the substitute has not already played in the Competition. In the Mixed Pairs Competition the two players taking part in the first game shall constitute the original team and they normally play together throughout the Competition. One and the same male and/or one and the same female player may be used as a substitute, at any time, providing that they have not already played in the Competition.

C9. Each team shall enter two players/teams in each of the Competitions.

C10. In the Singles Competition use four woods and the winner is the first player to reach 21 shots. It is the responsibility of the Challenger to arrange for a marker.

C11. The pairs competition play four woods and will be played over 21 ends.

C12. The Triples Competition use three woods and will be played over 18 ends.

C13. The Two Wood Mixed Pairs Competition in which the pairs one male and one female, is to be played in a two set format, each set played over nine ends. The winner of each set will be the players with the most shots at the completion of the ninth end, the winner of the match being the best of two sets. If the scores are tied after the end of a set, the set is drawn. If the match is tied (two drawn sets or one set each) after the two sets have been completed, a best of three ends tiebreaker will be played to determine the winner. The match tiebreaker is decided by the winner of each end and not by the total numbers of shots won in the three ends. If at the completion of the deciding third end of a match tiebreaker, the scores are equal (one of the three ends being recorded as a "no shot") a fourth tiebreaker will be played.

Appendix A:

The dress Code for League, Cup and individual competitions run by the SBBL will be subject to the following dress code:

a. Men (All reference to white clothing should be read predominately white.)
  i. Dress shall be grey trousers and white or club registered shirts with flat soled bowling shoes. Sandals shall not be permitted under the jurisdiction of the SBBL, except in medical circumstances where a doctor’s note has been provided.
  ii. Club apparel may be worn provided that all members of a side or team wear the same.
  iii. Bowls England licensed and approved apparel (e.g. shorts) may be worn provided that all members of a side or team wear the same colour above and/or below the waist
  iv. Players governed by requirements of a specific ethnic culture shall be permitted to wear their traditional dress if they so desired.
  v. Tracksuits, shell suits and jeans are not acceptable.
  vi. Socks if visible should be white or grey according to the dress code of the day.
  vii. White waterproof clothing may be used, or, providing all members of a side or team wear the same, colour waterproof/fleeces are permitted.

b. Women (All reference to white clothing should be read predominately white.)
  i. Dress shall be grey regulation skirt, culottes, and tailored trousers or cropped trousers; white or club registered shirts with flat soled bowling shoes. Sandals shall not be permitted under the jurisdiction of the SBBL, except in medical circumstances where a doctor’s note has been provided.
  ii. Club apparel may be worn provided that all members of a side or team wear the same.
  iii. Bowls England licensed and approved apparel (e.g. shorts) may be worn provided that all members of a side or team wear the same colour above and/or below the waist.
  iv. Players governed by requirements of a specific ethnic culture shall be permitted to wear their traditional dress if they so desired.
  v. Tracksuits, shell suits and jeans are not acceptable.
  vi. Socks if visible should be white or grey according to the dress code of the day.
  vii. White waterproof clothing may be used, or, providing all members of a side or team wear the same, colour waterproof/fleeces are permitted.

c. For Finals Day the dress code is “Whites”.  Players are to comply with Appendix Aa and Ab. That is, for men grey trousers and socks become white trousers and socks and for women grey skirts, etc become white skirts regulation skirt, culottes, and tailored trousers or cropped trousers. White bowling shoes are also required.

d. When a player represents the SBBL Team they are not to wear club tops but are to wear a white shirt (men are to wear a tie).

Appendix B:   Code of Conduct

All players who participate in the SBBL, at whichever prescribed venue, shall at all times conduct themselves in such a manner that reflects favourably upon themselves, or Club that he/she is representing. Players should adhere to the regulations from Bowls England.

The following are an extract:

1. Report punctually at the prescribed time and place.

2. Be conversant with and comply with the Laws of the Sport of Bowls and all Bowls England domestic rules and by‐laws relating to the SBBL.

3. Matches may be conceded at any time, but shall be conceded where it is not mathematically possible for the losing participant/team/side to win

4. Not cheat in order to gain unfair advantage, or cheat in order to deliberately lose a game.

5. Not use any form of gamesmanship in an attempt to gain unfair advantage.

6. Smoking on the green is prohibited during all games (see Appendix D).

7. The use of mobile phones on the green is prohibited during all games.

Failure to adhere to the above shall result in an initial warning that shall be issued by a nominated Umpire. Should the player continue to not adhere they shall be subject to disqualification at the discretion of the Tournament Director (or Nominated Deputy), whose decision shall be final.

Appendix C: Slow Play

The SBBL promote fair play and to combat slow play and to allow time for matches to be finished in a good light the following restriction is to be applied over and above the Bowls England regulations.

Visiting the head in any SBBL game is not permitted until the penultimate wood has been bowled by the skips on each end.

Players are to follow the Laws of the Sport of Bowls Crystal Edition when requesting to leave the rink during play.

Appendix D: Smoking

All clubs should have a smoking policy in place and players are to abide by the host club’s regulation. It is anticipated that clubs will take note of the following Bowls England statement on smoking when drafting or reviewing their club policy on smoking.

“Smoking on the green is prohibited during all matches played under the jurisdiction the Bowls England. For the purpose of clarification the ‘green’ in this instance is deemed to include a minimum of one metre of the bank surrounding the playing area. Should the Club where the game is being played have a total ban on smoking on its premises, the Club prohibition shall apply. Failure to adhere to this shall result in disqualification. This prohibition includes all electronic cigarettes.”

Appendix E

Triples League playing order when a team is playing as a pair against a triple.

The order of play where a pair will play when a triple cannot play should be as follows:

When the pair of players win the jack known as Team A

Lead A/ Lead B/ Second B

Lead A / Lead B/ Second B

Lead A/ Lead B/ Second B

Skips Play as normal.

When Team B wins the jack:

Lead B/ Lead A/ Second B

Lead B/ Lead A/ Second B

Lead B/ Lead A/ Second B

Skips play as normal.

This ensures no player plays consecutively.

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