The Hilary Brock Salver

       
 The inscription reads:             

HILARY BROCK
Pairs Challenge
Salver
     

In 1984, Harry Leeks, a haulage contractor from Bedford, playing his bowls at Olney, offered to sponsor a pairs competition.  The winners would receive a small prize rather than be presented with a trophy.  This he did until 1989 when he transferred his allegiance to Bedford Borough.

The Brock family, proprietors of Hilary Brock Limited, were asked if they would sponsor a pairs competition to fill the gap left after the withdrawal of Harry Leeks sponsorship.  Something which they were very happy to do.

The family usually enter a team.

The salver is presented to the winning pair at the end of the competition.

The first winners of the salver were Brian Marshall & Jerry Harris.




How To Enter & Rules

A sheet will be posted on the Notice Board for members to register their name and team member names in advance of the game.

Game depends on the number of entries but is usually based on 2 mini leaguesWinners of each Mini League play a Final to determine the overall winner.If a team 'burns' an end, it will count as an end but 2 shots will be awarded to the opposing team.

The match will be played under the rules for 1 Day Competitions - see summary


Scoring and Format

3 Wood Pairs

5 Ends depending on entry size