TONY BOUCHER AUSTRALIAN PAIRS
Saturday July 25, 2020
The Australian Pairs, which was instituted in 1987, is the only truly Gender Neutral (men, women or mixed teams allowed) in the entire V&D calendar and some of the best bowlers as well as some up-and-comers make this event a must in their season.
The event was renamed while Tony was alive in recognition of his many contributions to the club. Tony served many roles on the executive and was president several times. His outstanding contributions to the club, regional and provincial, organizations and bowls in general won him recognition and awards. Tony was a mainstay of the club until his death in 2018.
The format is 2-4-2 pairs which means that one teammate rolls the first 2 and the last 2 bowls and their partner rolls the middle 4. At the next end the players reverse. It is a true team game!
The entry fee is $20 per player. Payment can be made by cheque mailed with your entry form of by E-transfer (See instructions)
Please complete the Entry Form and send it to this year’s convener:
George Guthrie at 604-877-0448.
By email to firstname.lastname@example.org
By mail: 209 – 655 West 13th Avenue, Vancouver V5Z 1N8
Rules of Play
Registration is by email or telephone to the convener. Payment and the entry form are to be received by the convener within 2 weeks of requesting registration.
Starting Time (trial ends) is at 9:30 a.m.
The entry fee will not be refunded if a team withdraws within 7 days of the tournament date.
There will be no refund if a team does not show up on the day.
If cancellation is due to bad weather or cancelled for other reasons before the game starts, the fee will be refunded.
If one game has been played and then the tournament has to be cancelled, all prize money will be donated to a charity.
If two or more games have been played the prize money will be distributed according to the scores obtained at the time of cancellation
PLEASE NOTE: Photographs of the winning team(s) are generally published on the Granville Park website following the game. Anyone not willing to have their photo published must advise the convener before the start of the first game.