ELMWOOD PARK
BOWLING CLUB

Basic Club Information

Bowls Canterbury Information Line 351 2225.

Communication
Bowls Canterbury Information Line 351 2225.  Call this number if you are playing in interclub competition and are unsure if the green is closed due to inclement weather (from 7.30am). Check the Bowls Canterbury website for more information on inclement weather procedure.

Any member requiring information of any kind about club matters should feel welcome to contact the appropriate person as listed at the front of the book.  If in doubt as to who can best assist, your club captain will advise and guide you. Any problems of a serious nature should be put into writing and forwarded to the Secretary for consideration by the executive.

Club Competitions.  Basic Information.

Closing dates will be displayed on the respective noticeboards and on the website
Championships: singles, pairs, triples, fours and mixed pairs (2/4/2) for men
and women.
U5 Singles: Men and women who have played for no more than 5 years as a member of an affiliated club.
Men and Women 1st & 2nd Year: Men and women who have played for no more than two years as a member of an affiliated club.
Intermediate Singles: Men and women who have not entered the open singles event.
Handicap Singles: Open to all and handicaps will be published at the time of the draw.
Handicap Pairs: Open to all and handicaps will be published at the time of the draw.
James Egan Triples: Drawn teams open to all
President’s Triples: Open to all members. Drawn teams.
Ngaio Marsh Elmwood Park Fours: Drawn fours open to all.
Keith Herbison Trophy: Drawn pairs open to all.
Veteran Pairs: Open to all club members over the age of 70 at the time of entry.
Tom Bell Trophy: Played as triples on Saturday club days.
Gary Seear Trophy: Monday night bowlers vs the Club
Club Days: Fridays and Saturdays – Open to all full and restricted members
​Friday Drawn Triples: 2nd Friday of the month – open to all full and restricted members
Life Members Player of the Year Award: Men
Life Members Player of the Year Award: Women
Points will be awarded from results throughout the season. See criteria below.
 * National open championships (singles, pairs, fours) -Must be a Elmwood Park team, it cannot be a composite team in fours or pairs.          Winner:   100     Runner-up:   50     Third Equal:   25
 * Pathways Championships:          N.Z. Winner:   60     Runner up:   25     Third Equal:   10
 * Canterbury Championships:     singles, pairs, triples, fours, mixed pairs, mixed fours (including champion of champions)     Winner:   25      Runner-up:   10     Third equal:   5
 * Club Champions (singles, pairs, triples, fours)     Winner:   10     Runner-up:   5
 * Club Championships (handicap singles, handicap pairs, Elmwood Park fours, President’s triples, James Egan triples)     Winner:   4     Runner-up:   2

Be Correctly Dressed.
Footwear.
The Laws of Bowls require all players and markers to wear flat-soled (“heel-less”) footwear when they play on the green or act as markers
Clothing.|
Full Club uniform – Elmwood Park shirt and black trousers/shorts for men and black trousers/shorts/skirt for women
Mid-week clothing – Elmwood Park shirt and tidy/casual clothing
Saturdays: Full Club uniform to be worn for all club championships, interclub, club days and roll ups
Bowls Canterbury Centre Events: Full club uniform
Events against other clubs (e.g.Elmburn Shield): Full club uniform
Club competition finals: Full club uniform
Edwards Cup/Tuesday Friendlies: Tidy mid-week clothing

Subscriptions.

Full membership          $275.00
Associate membership          $50.00
Restricted membership          $100.00 These members can participate in social events and designated club days including the present Friday tournament and have roll ups on our greens if they are available. They will not be able to play in any competitions and they have no voting rights.
This membership only enables play on our own greens and there is no right to play on other club’s greens.
Social membership (no levies)     $20.00

Full Membership.   $275.00 Shall be entitled to all the playing and other privileges and advantages of all membership of the club and in particular have the right to hold office in the club and to speak and vote at tl1e club general meetings, and have the right to full or limited use of the Club’s green or greens as determined by the executive committee and as otherwise limited by the Bowls NZ regulations and the Centre regulations. Full members have the right to enter into any applicable bowling competition, tournament or match held by the club or if selected, to represent the club in other competitions, tournament and matches.
Associate Membership.   $50.00 A full member of any other club which is a member of Bowls NZ may apply to become an associate member of the club. Associate members shall entitled to full or limited use of the club’s green or greens as determined by the executive committee and as otherwise limited by the Bowls NZ Regulations and Centre regulations. Associate members shall also be entitled to enter into such bowling competitions, tournaments or matches held by the club as determined by the executive committee but shall not have the right to be selected to represent the club in other competitions, tournaments and matches.     
Restricted membership.   $100.00   These members can participate in social events and club days and have roll ups on our greens if they are available. They will not be able to play in any competitions and they have no voting rights.
Social Membership.   $20.00 Any person who does not wish to enjoy full membership status but wishes to enjoy an ongoing association with the club may become a social member. Social members shall be entitled only to participate in social and pavilion activities and shall have no right to participate in bowling events at or on behalf of the club. However social members may hold office if duly elected or appointed to an official position at the club in accordance with this constitution. Other than as an officeholder, social members shall have no right to speak or vote at the club general meetings.

Preferred method of payment:
Direct credit: Pay to SBS 03 1355 0508756 00. Please include your surname and invoice number as a reference.
No payments will be taken over the bar, alternative options will be communicated for cash and EFTPOS payment.

ELMWOOD PARK BOWLING CLUB TROPHY LIST 2022-2023

RUSSELL BRINSDON TROPHY:  [Volunteer of the Year]     Don Baker   John Irving
PRESIDENT’S TRIPLES:
Winners:   Smillie Turland Trophy:   Neil Johnstone   Pete Smith   Glen Edlin
Runners-Up:   Lyall McCallum Salver:  Pam Rowley (s)   Roy Scott   Kevin White
ELMWOOD PARK DRAWN FOURS:
Winners:   Ngaio Marsh Trophy:  Neil Johnstone   Nylla Tamati   Shirley Herd
Runners-Up:  Ken Nicholson   Peter Felton   Murray Scott   Pete Smith
VETERAN PAIRS:
Winners:   Roy Gay Cup:  Allan Reid   Shirley Herd
Runners-up:   Jack Higgins Memorial Trophy: Gary Lowe   Peter Duke

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS:

MEN’S 1-2 YEAR SINGLES:
Winner:   Tayler Cup:   Lloyd Foster
Runner-Up:   Morton Edgar Cup:   Jonny Moody
MEN’S 1-5 YEAR SINGLES:
Winner:   Bartlett Memorial Cup:   Dale Johnstone
Runner-up:   A. A. Croy Memorial Salver:   Jonny Moody
MOST IMPROVED 1-5 YEAR PLAYER:
Winner:   Ian Hermansson Trophy:  Lloyd Foster
WOMEN’S OPEN SINGLES:
Winner:   Prestney Cup:   Bev Morel
Runner-Up:   Owen Jones Cup: Tania Woodham
MEN’S OPEN SINGLES:
Winner:   Sir Heaton Rhodes Memorial Cup:  Nathan Glasson
Runner-Up:   Rhys Morgan Memorial Cup:   Jamie Wagner   Brendan Day
WOMEN’S PAIRS:
Winners:   Tillman Salver:   Jan Shirley   Tania Woodham
Runners-Up:   Noel McGregor Cup:   Kim Rowlands   Fiona Frew
MEN’S PAIRS:
Winners:   Norrie Memorial Trophy:  Nathan Glasson   Liam Eathorne
Joint Runners-Up:   Harry Poole Memorial Trophy:      Kelvin Scott   Gary Lawson
WOMEN’S TRIPLES
Winners:   Parkinson Trophy:   Nylla Tamati   Jenny Brown   Lesley Campbell
Runners-Up:   Rees Cup:   Pam Phair   Mary Ann Johnstone   Joyce McKinnel
MEN’S TRIPLES:
Winners:   Sandy Laing Memorial Salver:   Nathan Glasson   Gary Lawson   Ricky Cook
Runners-up:   Russ Norris Trophy:   Paul McKinnel   Don Baker   Neil Johnstone
WOMEN’S FOURS:
Winners:   Miller Rosebowl:   Bev Morel   Jan Shirley   Fiona Frew   Tania Woodham
Runners-Up:   Stuart McIvor Cup:  Pam Rowley   Joyce McKinnel   Lesley Campbell   Bernie Burke
MEN’S FOURS
Winners:   Bonisch Memorial Cup:   Gary Lawson   Kelvin Scott   Nathan Glasson   Ricky Cook
Runners-Up:   Forrester Tavern Trophy:   Paul McKinnel   Liam Eathorne   Steve Bowden   Brian Burke
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GOLD STAR AWARDS:
Gold Star  5 Club Titles  Fiona Frew    Ricky Cook    Jan Shirley    Tania Woodham
Gold Star 35 Club Titles  Bev Morel

LIFE MEMBERS’ AWARD:          (For points accumulated during the season. For criteria refer to section on Basic Information in Members Only section.)
Men:   Nathan Glasson           Women:   Jan Shirley
Canterbury Centre Titles.
Winners:
C 0f C Men’s singles:   Nathan Glasson
Centre Men’s singles:   Jonathan Flint
C 0f C Men’s triples:  Nathan Glasson   Gary Lawson   Ricky Cook
C 0f C Men’s Fours: Gary Lawson   Kelvin Scott   Nathan Glasson   Ricky Cook
C 0f C Women’s Fours:   Bev Morel   Jan Shirley   Fiona Frew   Tania Woodham
Men’s Div. 1 Sevens:   Singles: Kelvin Scott     Pairs:  Gary Lawson  Steve Ditfort   Fours: Lance Pascoe  Nathan Glasson   Liam Eathorne   Ricky Cook   .
Women’s Div. 1 Sevens:   Singles: Mandy Boyd       Pairs: Bev Morel   Fiona Frew     Fours:  Jan Shirley   Kim Rowlands   Nylla Tamati    Tania Woodham.
Women’s Triples: Jan Shirley   Bev Morel   Nylla Tamati

Runners-up:
Centre men’s pairs:  Nathan Glasson   Ricky Cook
C of C Women’s Pairs: Jan Shirley   Tania Woodham 
Men’s Fours:  Jonathan Flint   Paul McKinnel   Don Baker   Liam Eathorne

New Zealand Club Title:
National Sevens. 2022.
Men.
Singles: Kelvin Scott      Pairs: Gary Lawson   Steve Ditfort      Fours: Lance Pascoe   Nathan Glasson   Liam Eathorne   Ricky Cook
New Zealand  High Performance Squad:
Gary Lawson   Lance Pascoe   Kelvin Scott
New Zealand Titles:     Gary Lawson   Pairs
South v North:     Kelvin Scott 
Canterbury Representatives:
Canterbury Southern Quad: Fiona Frew   Jan Shirley   Nylla Tamati   Tania Woodham   Kim Rowlands   Liam Eathorne
Canterbury for the Super Sixes competition:  Liam Eathorne   Jan Shirley   Tania Woodham   Nylla Tamati
2023 Intercentre:   Tania Woodham   Fiona Frew   Jan Shirley   Nylla Tamati   Liam Eathorne
New Zealand Selection: Lance Pascoe   Kelvin Scott   Emily Belton [coaching]
Bowls Canterbury Interclub:
Winners:   Men’s 3/4s Div. 1   Women’s 2/4s   Div 1
Runners-up:  O60 Fives EP1  Women’s Premier 7s   AC8s Div 3   Men’s 3×3 Div 2

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BE PROUD OF YOUR CLUB
Learn the laws of the game and if you want to succeed practise as often as you can
and include the rolling of the jack.
Be proud of your club and protect it from gossip.
If you disapprove of some action taken by your committee tell the committee, not the world.
Support your club’s revenue making activities – the benefits will come back to you.