Intellectual Property Acknowledgement: The Club recognises that this is a published article in "The Shot" magazine. The article is on page 40 and written by Rob Huddle . The excerpt includes Items 1 & 2 from the article.
Note: Members are encouraged to read the article in its entirety.
Article - Notes for Markers
If you are asked to be a Marker for Club Events it is important you are aware of the following Do's and Don'ts below.
Note - A course is now available for Markers and you may wish to achieve Accreditation as a Marker. If so please discuss your intentions with the Club President.
This page is designed to assist Club Members to:
1. Find resources to improve your bowling and provide advice on representing the Club,
2. Help you find ways to develop and improve the knowledge and capabilities of the Koo Wee Rup Bowling Club.
With this in mind, the Club encourages Members to develop their skills by becoming qualified as umpires and/or coaches. Some links below will give you more information on coaching and umpiring.
The link/s below may help you to develop new skills and/or offer solutions to problems you are experiencing. Remember to speak to the coaches at the Club who will also have suggestions or drills to help you to improve.
Ray Brown 5997 1757 Wendy Pownall 0459 231 631
Koo Wee Rup Bowling Club encourages the highest standards of sportsmanship from all members and endorses the Bowls Victoria publication - "Guidance for new bowlers and the etiquette of bowls" 2010 (1) . This section includes direct quotes from this publication (shown in italics) as well as paraphrasing of information contained in it.
Since its inception in Victoria, in 1864, the game has the reputation for being recognized as a "gentleman's game", with the conduct of the game played in a friendly but competitive atmosphere. (1)