British Crown Green Bowling Association
BCG Ladies County Average Winners Classic
2022 BCG LADIES COUNTY AVERAGE WINNERS CHAMPION – LOUISE OLLERTON (Greater Manchester)
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History of the BCG Ladies County Average Winners Classic
|2022 Louise Ollerton (Greater Manchester)|
|2021 No competition|
|2020 No competition|
|2019 Katie Harrop (Cheshire)|
|2018 Fern Beaumont (Yorkshire)|
|2017 Sally Clee (Shropshire)|
|2016 Jordan Picken (South Staffordshire)|
|2015 Julie Holcroft (North Lancs & Fylde)|
|2014 Faye Montgomery (Warwick & Worcester)|
|2013 Claire West (Warwick & Worcester)|
|2012 Sue Pugh (Dudley & District)|
|2011 Nicola Boulton (Mid Cheshire)|
|2010 Alyson Evans (North Warwickshire)|
COUNTY AVERAGE WINNERS CLASSIC RULES
1 This will be a One-Day Knockout competition, at a venue decided by the Management Committee, ensuring no competitor is allowed to play on a green of which she is a playing member.
2 Entry fee is £20.00 to be paid at the Secretaries meeting in March. Prize monies will be decided annually by the Management Committee.
3 The entries will be the top average winners from each County including the Isle of Man, made up to 21 with the requisite number of second highest averages.
4 Games will be 21 up.
5 Any player failing to compete in the final of this competition shall automatically be suspended from entering all competitions run by the Association for a period of not less than 12 months, to take effect from the next AGM, except by valid reason, i.e. medical certificate. Subsequent offences to carry a penalty of three years suspension subject to Management decision.
6 Dress code as laid down in Bye-Law 19 of the Association will apply.
7 All games to be played to the Laws of the Game of Crown Green Bowls, as laid down in the BCGBA handbook.
8 There will be a start and scratch time, both of which will be the same. This will be strictly adhered to, apart from exceptional circumstances, to be decided by the BCGBA Ladies Competitions Committee.
9 Any player receiving a bye in this competition shall be entitled to 10 minutes practice on the green on which they would have played their initial heat.