Burnside U26 Singles 3-5 October 2014
Tournament Format
Thursday 2 October
4:00 - 6:00 pm Green open for practice.

Friday 3 October
8:30 am  Welcome
8:45 am  Trial ends
9:00 am   Game starts - four rounds of section play.

Saturday 4 October
8:45 am  Trial ends
9:00 am  Games start - three rounds of section play, post section

Sunday 5 October
8:45 am  Trial ends.
9:00 am  Games start - semi finals and finals for each event.
1:30 pm approx Presentations / lunch for players and tournament officials
Draw and Results
Bowls Canterbury U26 Singles Tournament Facebook Group
Conditions of Play
Ali Choukry Club Burnside
Ben Alsop-ten Hove Leeston
Brooke Craik Fairfield (Dunedin)
Callum Horwell Kaikorai (Dunedin)
Chase Bishop Blenheim
Elliot Mason Forbury Park (Dunedin)
Ethan Kelleher Cobden (Greymouth)
Greg Ruaporo Glen Eden (Auckland)
Hamish Wilson United (Nelson)
James Haseman Burnside
Jeremy Brosnan Glen Eden (Auckland)
Jonty Horwell Kaikorai (Dunedin)
Joseph Duncan (Otematata Bowling Club, North Otago)
Joshua Thompson Burnside
Katelyn Inch Bowls Oxford
Keanu Darby Temuka
Liam Eathorne Riccarton Racecourse
Luke Clark  Lincoln Bowling Club
Monte Pawa Glen Eden / Kaitaia
Nathan Glasson Belfast
Nicole Toomey Victoria (Wellington)
Oliver Mason Forbury Park (Dunedin)
Ray Martin Victoria (Wellington)
Richard Hocking Taradale (Napier)
Robbie Reed Queenstown
Rory Soden Glen Eden (Auckland)
Scott Evans Onehunga (Auckland)
Scott Mouton Howick (Auckland)
Sheldon Bagrie-Howley Gore
Talor Duncan Carlton Cornwall (Auckland)
Tim Toomey Victoria (Wellington)
Trevor Burgess  Te Rangi Bowling Club
Prize money
Total prize pool for the 2014 event is $4500,
thanks to thegenerous donation of $2000
Phillip and Toniann Bailey.

1st $1000
2nd $500
3rd = $300 each
5th = $180 each
7th = $140 each

1st $400
2nd $200
3rd = $100 each
5th = $75 each
7th = $50 each

1st $200
2nd $100
3rd = $50 each

1st $150
2nd $80
3rd = $40 each
Email us
Support from the Christchurch City Council’s award of a grant from the Small Grants Fund to assist
with the hosting of this event.  We are pleased to acknowledge the support of Henselite who have
donated a set of current model Henselite bowls for us to raffle before and during the U26 event.
Thank you also to Goodman Fielder - Meadow Fresh for their support again.
  • Singles – four bowls each player
  • 21 shots up, no time limit for all games
  • Players will only be permitted to visit the head after their third
    bowl has been played.
Section play
Section play will be over two days, with four sections of eight players
playing seven round robin games each in total.  

Post section play
Post section play will be knock out quarter final, semi final and final.  
Premier Event – 1st and 2nd in each section (8 players)
Plate Event – 3rd and 4th in each section (8 players)
Consolation Plate 1 Event – 5th and 6th in each section (8 players)
Consolation Plate 2 Event – 7th and 8th in each section (8 players)

Final placing of section play based on:
  1. Highest number of wins
  2. Differential of shots
  3. Result of game between players concerned
  4. In the event of players still being tied after previous three points,
    a jack will be placed on the 2 metre line, with the front of the mat
    on the other 2 metre line and each player will play one bowl
    each. Order of delivery will be drawn out of a hat.

Trial ends – Trial ends will be allowed before the start time of the first
game of the day and prior to a game if you are on a different green to
your previous game.

Clothing – Regulation bowling attire of an acceptable standard must
be worn during play.

Lateness – If any player fails to be present at the time set down for
the commencement of the game, the umpire shall allow for the current
laws of the sport to prevail.

Withdrawals – The tournament committee reserve the right to fill a
withdrawal. If a withdrawal during section play cannot be filled, win
points and average sectional differential points for that round will be

Weather – In the event of inclement weather or for any reason the
tournament committee decides, play may be curtailed or abandoned
and placings determined from current results.

Disputes – Any notice of a dispute must be referred to the organizer
within 10 minutes of the conclusion of the game.  Individual players are
accountable for their actions.  World Bowls, Laws of the Sport of
Bowls, Crystal Mark Second Edition shall be adhered to for anything
not covered here.
Kerrie Bruce presenting the cup to winner Greg Ruaporo
Hamish Wilson runner up.
Luke Clark winner of the
Henselite Bowls raffle.
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