2022 SUMMERSET NATIONAL SINGLES & PAIRS

Welcome to the Bowls New Zealand online hub for Summerset National Singles & Pairs 2022.

These events will be hosted in Christchurch.

Please find below a full playing schedule for the Summerset Singles & Pairs, entries for these events will be opened soon.

Summerset National Singles and Pairs – Playing Schedule

Sunday 2nd & Monday 3rd January 2022

- Qualifying: Men's Singles

 - Qualifying: Women's Pairs

- Qualifying: NZBLBA Singles (B1 / B2 & B3 / B4)

Tuesday 4th January

- Post Section: Men's Singles

- Post Section: Women's Pairs

- Qualifying: NZBLBA Pairs

- Qualifying: NZDLBA / NZ Para Singles

Wednesday 5th January

- Post Section: Men's Singles

- Post Section: Women's Pairs

- Qualifying: NZBLBA Pairs (B1 or B2 player with a B3 or B4 player)

- Post Section: NZDLBA / NZ Para Singles

Thursday 6th January

- Qualifying: Men's Pairs

- Qualifying: Women's Singles

- Qualifying: NZDLBA / NZ Para Pairs

- Post Section: NZBLBA Singles & Pairs Semi Finals

Friday 7th January

- Qualifying: Men's Pairs

- Qualifying: Women's Singles

- Post Section: NZBLBA Singles & Pairs Finals

- Post Section: NZDLBA / NZ Para Pairs

Saturday 8th January:

- Post Section: Men's Pairs

- Post Section: Women's Singles

 - Post Section: NZDLBA / NZ Para Singles & Pairs Finals

Sunday 9th January:

- Post Section: Men's Pairs

- Post Section: Women's Singles

If you have an queries about results or otherwise, email alex@bowlsnewzealand.co.nz

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Summerset Nationals Conditions Of Play 2022


FURTHER INFORMATION

Prize Money

Prize money will be direct credited into a nominated bank account during the week commencing 18th January, 2022. Please ensure that you have details of your bank account available at the event. Prize Money may be subject to schedular payments to the IRD.

Code of Conduct

All entrants in the National Open Championships are bound by Section 2 of Bowls New Zealand Code of Conduct.

Betting

The National Open Championships is an event at which Sports Betting may be conducted. Entrants and Tournament Officials are prohibited from placing bets and benefiting from bets placed by others. Disciplinary action in terms of Bowls NZ Constitution will be taken against Players and Officials who contravene this law.

Updates

Refer to the Bowls New Zealand website, Facebook page and Instagram for any updates, results and news stories before, during and after the event. Live streaming will be available from post section play on Sky Sport Next and stuff.co.nz