INNELLAN BOWLING AND TENNIS CLUB

Bowling Section


Innellan Bowling and Tennis Club aim to provide members with a full Calendar of Bowling events throughout the season commencing on Opening Day through to Closing Day in September. These are made up of a full cross section of games including:

Ladies and Gents Competitions: - all members being able to play at any time of day throughout the week except some Thursday evenings when Gents Hyslop League and Ladies Triples League teams have home matches. There is also a Seniors Mixed Triples League with games being played every second Tuesday morning commencing June. See Events Calendar for dates when home league matches are scheduled.

Championship Singles, President’s Trophy, Vice President’s Trophy, Secretary’s Plate, Gents Pairs, Ladies Pairs, Mixed Pairs competitions - these run throughout the season with Finals Day at the beginning of September.

The Club also hosts one day events either on a Saturday or Sunday throughout the season these include a Gents Open Pairs; Gents’ Open Triples; Mixed Rinks; Ladies Day and an annual Friendly Challenge Match against Colintraive BC.

In addition wappenschaws are held on Tuesday evenings (6.45pm start) and Wednesday afternoon (2.00pm start). On Tuesday evenings teams are made up from a ballot of members drawn on the night and play for points throughout the season with the player having the highest number of points at the end of the season being declared the winner. On Wednesday afternoons teams are similarly drawn from a ballot of members but no points are awarded.


Enjoying Innellan Green


A 'Tuesday Wappenschaw' at Innellan


Old Hands on the Green

PLEASE CHECK CALENDAR FOR FORTHCOMING EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE SEASON


FIRST VISITORS TO GREEN SINCE 2019

 
     
 

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We were so happy to have our kindred bowling friends from Upper Cowal, Bogleha, Kirn & Hunter's Quay, Dunoon Argyll & Ardentinny Bowling Clubs to our Green on Wednesday 11 August to play the first round of the Cowal Championships. It's been a long time coming & it couldn't have been a more perfect night. After a day of heavy rain & winds, the sun shone for us and a cruise ship sailed by.

Its just great to see things returning to normal, albeit slowly. We still have to be careful, sanitizing, using track & trace & face masks when appropriate but there is light at the end of that very long tunnel.

We look forward to a full calendar next Season & taking part in The Dunoon Tournament again, but until then, keep safe everyone.

Myra
Secretary
IBTC


BOWLS SECTION GUIDELINES FROM KATHRYN ROSS - COVID OFFICER

Remember we all have a responsibility to look after ourselves and other Members.

Signs will be up to remind Members what we need to do.

Recommend you bring your own pen to complete the Register. Please be aware of Data Protection Rules. If you are not happy Members could see your personal information on the Register sheets then contact the COVID Officer. The Register is kept for 21 days and then destroyed.

We need to follow the Tier 3 Guidelines until further notice, these are:

Complete Register for track & trace (bring your own pen)
Recommend you carry a hand sanitiser
Remember to bring a mask to be worn at all times in the Clubhouse (except when you are trying to drink your tea or coffee)
NOTE: Players must only play in one Bowling Bubble per day. If you go to the Green in the morning to practice and others join you on the Green then you cannot go again in the afternoon. If you go to practice and there is no one else on the Green while you are there, then you can play in the afternoon
Singles, pairs and triples can be played
Clubhouse is open for access to the ladies’ toilet / collect personal equipment from storage / collect mats and a jack
Note a maximum of 6 people from up to 2 households can sit at a table for a cup of tea/coffee (no alcohol). Tables must be 2m apart. Everyone must follow the physical distancing guidelines
Allocate one person to collect the mats & jack. This person is responsible for placing the mats & jack during the game and then cleaning them
Avoid sharing equipment, touching other peoples’ bowls
Spectators are allowed
If a coaching session is required the COVID Officer needs to be informed

There will be no competitions with other Clubs this year

All of the above are subject to change. You must continue to follow the Physical Distance Guideline

COVID Officer for the Club is Kat Ross. Contact No. 0775 763 6529 email: CovidOfficer@innellanbowlingandtennisclub.org.uk




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