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BCGBA Jack & Jean Isherwood Veterans Championship

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History of the BCGBA Jack & Jean Isherwood Veterans Championship

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2021     Keith Pessall
2020     No Competition
2019     Paul Stretton
2018     Ian Johnson
2017     Gerald Merry
2016     Noel Burrows
2015     Michael Leach
2014     Andy Mailer
2013     Alan France
2012     David Walker
2011     Merwyn Williams
2010     Tony Rawlinson
2009     Rodney Ross
2008     Frank Griffin
2007     Tony Rawlinson
2006     Arthur Bromley
2005     Branny White
2004     Branny White
2003     Eddie Lonergan
2002     Roy Sutton
2001     Derek Heath
2000     Roy Armson
1999     Eric Williams
1998     Roy Armson
1997     Dave McLoughlin
1996     Eddie Hawley
1995     Joe Bradbury
1994     Roy Armson
1993     Joe Bradbury
1992     Bert Christian
1991     Joe Bradbury

 

 

 

 

 

 

JACK & JEAN ISHERWOOD VETERANS CHAMPIONSHIP RULES

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1       This event shall be known as the Jack and Jean Isherwood Veterans Championship and will be open to male and female members who have attained the age of 60 years.  The number of competitors from each County shall be decided annually by the Management Committee based on the current year’s entries. All games shall be 21up off 3.

2       No player will be allowed to qualify for the final stages of the event on his or her own green and should he or she qualify for the final on a green on which he or she is a playing member, then the handicap for the final day shall be plus 3.

3       Players can only qualify for the final stages of this event from one of the 16 BCGBA County Associations.  Each County Association will be allowed a minimum of one qualifier, provided there are a minimum of 12 entries.  If they have entered a County Association’s Individual Merit or played for a County Association in County Championship Matches then they cannot qualify for the final stages of this event through a second County Association.

4       No players will be allowed practice on the green selected for the final stages after they have qualified in their own County.

5       Each player will pay an entry fee, the amount to be determined annually by the Management Committee.  County Associations are allowed to determine any additional fee.

6       The winner  of  this  event  will  be  entered  into  the  Champion of Champions.