Redington Gent's Singles Cup

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World Bowls Rules will apply where not covered below

  1. The competition will take the form of a knockout
  2. Format of play. Two sets of nine ends. If one set each a three end tie-break will be played. In the tie-break the player who wins the most ENDS will be the winner.
  3. Each game shall be played on the days and times scheduled; otherwise defaulting players will forfeit the game.
  4. Two trial ends allowed and each player can decide for themselves how many bowls they would like (max. 4 each end)
  5. You may visit the head after your third bowl.
  6. If the jack leaves the rink it must be placed on the tee or as close as possible on a direct line from the tee to the end ditch.
  7. Late arrival. If a player is more than 15 minutes late or advises they cannot play, the game will be awarded to their opponent. Rule 3 will apply.
  8. Score cards are to be signed and timed by both players and handed back to the marker for verification.



The Redington Gent's final was between Austin Crilly and Ian Jackson. Austin was leading 12-4 after 11 ends but then Ian found his form and after 23 ends had levelled the score to 16-16. Austin picked up a 4 on the next end and as you only need 21 to win it looked like game over. Ian, however, was having none of it and picked up a 3 on the next end. That made the score 20-19 to Austin who won the next end and the final. There was some absolutely brilliant bowling and a fantastic final to watch. Many congratulations to Austin and commiserations to Ian. Always next year.

Previous Results

2016 Runner up David Ives (left) and winner Peter Marriott

2015 Winner : Brian Firth    -    Runner-up: Paul Cartwright

Photo left to right - David Jenkins (Captain) Paul Cartwright and Brian Firth