Entries to the 2020 Anchor AIMS Games International Sporting Championships will be made and only accepted online:
If registration for an activity is oversubscribed, then the opportunity to participate will be at the discretion of the executive committee and no further correspondence will be entered into (if unsuccessful team/individual entry will be refunded).
Indoor Bowls is a ‘No Exceptions’ sport that offers inclusion for players with disability. We are encouraging players in wheelchairs or with a physical impairment (including visual) to join the Anchor AIMS Games Indoor Bowls competition. If numbers warrant, an additional section may be established to run alongside the non-disabled event.
Competition will consist of qualifying rounds, followed by post-section for those players with three or more game wins. A singles game shall be contested by two players opposed to each other. Four bowls shall be bowled by each player.
Competition will consist of qualifying rounds, followed by post-section for those teams with three or more game wins. A pairs game shall be contested by four players, two in each team, a lead and a skip. Each player shall bowl three bowls.
The best four combined results in the singles and in the pairs will determine the team placing for your school. When team points are tied it is based on the school that has the highest placing(s).
Singles and Pairs place getters will be presented with their medals at the Indoor Bowls venue at the conclusion of each competition.