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AIIB Inter Club Championships 2018 - 19

Rank Teams PTS P W D L F A SD RP Current form WPCT
1 BIBC 1 31.5 6 5 0 1 527 357 170 16.5 WWLWW 0.833
2 BCIBC 20 5 3 0 2 363 374 -11 11 LWWWL 0.600
3 CAIBC 16.5 5 2 0 3 366 381 -15 10.5 LLWWL 0.400
4 BIBC 2 2 4 0 0 4 256 400 -144 2 LLLL? 0.000

The season starts on Saturday 6th October 2018 and ends on Sunday 20th January 2019.

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Data - All Rankings, Results and Tables in Google Sheets

 

1. The Championship is open to teams from all Indoor Clubs who are affiliated to the Association of Irish indoor Bowls.

2. The Championship consists of a series of games between the teams entered by the Clubs. Each team will play each other team twice, home and away. These Inter-Stadium games shall be regarded as Trial Matches for potential players to be considered for the Irish International Team and will be played during the period of October – February, dates to be arranged.

3. Dress code will be whites except where a Club has an approved coloured shirt. If coloured shirts are worn all members of the team must wear them.

4. Each team will have 4 rinks, all players shall be Male Full playing members of an affiliated Club and not have represented any other Club in a National Championship during the season.

5. All games shall be 21 ends or four hours, whichever is the shorter. The game will commence on the bell and will terminate when the bell is rung 10 minutes before the end of the 4 hour period. At this point the players will complete the end they are playing and play one further end. There will be no ‘dead ends’. The jack will be respotted on one of the two spots either side of the T depending on which side the end is burnt. If a jack is put off the back of the rink then it will be re-spotted on the T. In the event of the spot being occupied by a bowl or bowls the jack will be placed as near as possible to the spot, without touching a bowl and not less than 2 metres from the rear ditch.

6. The competition will be played in accordance with the Rules and Laws of the Sport of Indoor Bowls as laid down by the WIBC, the BIIBC and the AIIB.

7. Where a club has entered 2 teams into the competition they must nominate 12 players who will only be able to play for their more first team. All other players from their club will be able to play for either of their teams.

8. The winners of the competition will be decided on a points system with seven points awarded for each match. Three points will be awarded to the winning team plus one point for each winning rink. Rinks finishing level on shots will get half a point each.

9. Qualified Umpires will be appointed for all matches by mutual agreement between the AIIB and the Irish Bowls Umpires Association.