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Last updated - 12 June 2018 08:21

This County has only just commenced the rounds of the County Competitions and already we are receiving reports of players participating in these events wearing GREY SHORTS, which are not permitted in accordance with the County Dress code as agreed to be in the Men's Section Rules - by the Delegates at the Special General Meeting on 9 Apr 18.

Ajay Morphett has been selected to represented England Indoors in the U18 Internationals in October to be played in Wales. Congratulations Ajay, letís hope the results are as good as last year.
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Bowls England Membership Register. Whilst this has no immediate impact on this County, as it is being tried as a pilot scheme in five Counties around the Country Ė the southern area County being Surrey Ė it will ultimately impact on all counties.  Click HERE to read the details.
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).  The revised Regulations concerning Data Protection become effective on 25 May 2018.  Click HERE to see how it affects your Club and the County.

The format of the Menís Inter-County Junior Two Fours Competition, the White Rose Trophy, is to change from 2019.
Following a review of the current format by Bowls England in consultation with key stakeholders including County Associations at the Counties Meeting in November 2017, the event will become a single rink competition, with each County Association having the ability to enter a maximum of two teams.
To be eligible to play in the White Rose Trophy, bowlers shall be members of clubs affiliated to their County Association and have not attained their 25th birthday by 1st April in the year of the competition.
County Associations have been contacted by Bowls England to advise of their intention to enter in 2019.
Bowls England will confirm the
 dates for 2019 once a response has been received from all County Associations.

The archives for Sussex County Bowls are now held at 'The Keep', a storage facility in Brighton run by East Sussex County Council.  Anyone can view any of the documents held on our behalf.  The Archive reference number is AMS7204.  Details on how to book an appointment and search the records are available on ther website;

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