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Bowls In Focus : October 2009
Bowls In Focus 39 EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The NORTH HAVEN BOWLING AND RECREATION CLUB is seeking an experienced, motivated and professional person for the following position: BOWLS CO-ORDINATOR The successful applicant will be required to co-ordinate all of the club’s bowls activities and events. Responsibilities also include Marketing, Sponsorships, Coaching and Recruitment. The successful applicant must have previous experience in Bowls Administration, possess sound communication and people management skills, be a Qualified Coach and have strong organisational skills. Remuneration is negotiable. Interested persons should submit their written application to: NORTH HAVEN BOWLING AND RECREATION CLUB LIMITED 1 Woodford Road, North Haven NSW 2443 or email: email@example.com For more information & a comprehensive colour brochure contact TImeOut Travel 1300 854 242 firstname.lastname@example.org *Price valid for travel ex MEL. Prepaid taxes and levies are correct at time of print but subject to change. ** One cap per person. No other special offers or discounts apply. Lic No: 32185 New Zealand SPECIAL INTEREST COACH HOLIDAYS BONUS OFFER: Book by 31 November 2009 & receive a Grand Pacific Tours cap - FREE!** 18 Day Lawn Bowls Tour Includes four friendly games of bowls Departure: 06 April 2010 Tour includes: � Return airfare from your homeport including prepaid taxes & levies � Meet and greet on arrival in New Zealand with airport transfers � 17 nights quality hotel accommodation � 38 meals including 5 specialty meals � Accompanied by Grand Pacific’s Bowls Co-ordinator Barrie Jackett � All sightseeing & attractions � 4 friendly games of lawn bowls including green fees in Christchurch, Queenstown, Rotorua & Auckland � Fantastic selection of prepaid activities including The TranzAlpine Rail Journey, a spectacular cruise on Milford Sound and the famous thermal mud pools and geysers of Rotorua $4264* (including tour $4049 & taxes & Levies $215) Even More Frequently Asked Questions Welcome to the fifth in our series of frequently asked questions. I hope that the following situations and responses assist all players to further enjoy their participation. Q: Can a Controlling Body elect to play a game with no dead ends other than in sets play? If so, where is the jack placed if it becomes dead? A: Yes. A Controlling Body may elect to follow the laws of sets play for spotting the jack in other than sets play events. (15.5) Law DR.3 .2 Q: A hat is blown from the head of a player on Rink 3 and displaces the jack on Rink 4. What should happen to the jack? A: The jack should be put back to its for mer posi- tion. If the skips or opponents in singles cannot agree on the jack’s former position, the end should be declared dead. Law 33.3.3 Q: If the umpire, by obser vation, decides a player is deliberately delaying the delivery of their bowl. What action can the umpire take? A: • On the first occasion the umpire will war n the player. • If the player commits the same offence a sec- ond time the end will be regarded as completed and the opponents of the offender will score as many shots as there are bowls in use by such opponent. • If the player offends a third time the game will be forfeited to the opponent. Law DR.14 Q: A player stands on the mat with their toes protruding over the front edge of the mat. The bowl is delivered from this position. Is the player foot-faulting? A: Yes. Before delivery a player should be stand- ing on the mat with one foot fully on the mat. At the moment they deliver the jack or bowl, the player should have one foot on or above the mat. Law 20.1 Q: The jack is split in two by a drive. What hap- pens? A: The umpire would declare the end dead, (Law 31 will apply) and the end replayed with a replacement jack. Law 48.2 Q: If a jack in course on a windy day appears to pass outside the boundary of the rink but comes to rest on the boundary line. Is the jack live? A: No. The jack is dead if it passes completely outside a side boundary of the rink of play. Law 30.1 dot 2 Q: The club champion withdrew from the club fours without being constituted. May he/she be used as a substitute for a new bowler who is unavailable to play in a subsequent round? A: Yes. He/She will be regarded as not having entered the competition and is eligible to be a substitute. A substitute should be chosen from the eligible players whose playing ability should not be taken into account. Laws DR.4.1.22 and DR.4 .1 .6 Q: A player in Team B persists in throwing a bowls cloth onto the green as a direction to the player on the mat. Skip A appeals to the umpire and requests that Player B be asked to stop this practice. What should the umpire do? 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