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ANOTHER FUN WAY TO PLAY B    WLS

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How Jack Attack Works

FORMAT OF PLAY

Below are the guidelines of how Jack Attack is played:

  • Two bowl triples (with teams able to be register for more players to accommodate forabsentees and/or busy working lives).

  • Substitutions permitted.

  • Two sets of five ends with a sudden death tie-breaker if needed.

  • Approximately 60-90 minutes in duration for a match.

  • The season to be four weeks in length.

RESULTS AND SCORING

  • Scoring is traditional bowls format where shots for closest bowls are worth 1 point each, additional closest bowls from the same team score additional points.

  • Winning a set is worth two points.

  • Drawing a set is worth one point to each team.

  • Winning a tie-breaker is worth two points.

  • Cumulative shots also count for tied ladders.

RULES OF PLAY

  • Players can participate in consecutive order (one bowl at a time) or they can play out of turn, whichever they prefer, eg. Last end winner gets to throw the jack and bowl first.

  • All players remain at the mat end to ensure the social atmosphere is maintained.

  • Each team gets to have one power-play per set. A power-play is where the score is doubled for that end. This is to be nominated before the first bowl is played that end.

  • Jack in the ditch is re-spotted on the “T”.

  • Result of each end is declared by a facilitator and recorded on the score card.

ENTRY FEE

Team entry is $30 per team ($10pp) per night. Includes bowls hire and tuition.

HOW TO REGISTER

or contact:

 

Scott Taylor
South Oakleigh Bowling Club
M : 0417862582 or E : scotttaylor2204@gmail.com