Organizing Committee: Bowls Federation of Montenegro (BSCG)
Technical Director: Mirko Bozovic
FIB Official Technical Delegate: Perica Matkovic (SLO)
GSSE Technical Delegate: TBD
The bowls competitions will take place in the Olym-pic Park Budva.
Bowls competitions will take place from 29th to 30th May.
PARTICIPATION IN THE BOULES COMPETITION
Each country can register two (2) athletes for each event (Lyonnaise and Petanque), with a maximum of six (6) athletes per country.
The bowls competitions will only be maintained if, on the date of receiving all preliminary entries on 27th March, at least five (5) athletes from four (4) different countries have registered.
Participation will be confirmed during the technical meeting (TBC).
VENUE AND EQUIPMENT
2 «terraced» galleries seating 50
Fine gravel will be used for Petanque
2 playing areas will be provided
Changing room: 2
The time and place of the Technical Meeting is 27th of May from 11:00 to 12:00 in Budva.
■ Petanque Single Men/Woman
■ Petanque Team Men
■ Lyonnaise single Men
Draw and composition of groups
A draw to establish groups will take place during the technical meeting.
Tournaments will be played in two groups (A and B). Each country may only have one representative per group. Organizers have the right to choose the times and contests for a group, in accordance with the rules of the Confédération Mondiale de Sport Boule (CMSB).
Organizers also have the right to change, if nec-essary, the times of contests, upon approval of the CMSB Technical Delegate.
If only five (5) competitors are registered, a rota-tion system will apply (tournament with only one (1) group).
Each competitor will play against the other competi-tors in succession, in order to obtain a ranking from first to fifth place.
In each group, each competitor will play against all the other competitors in succession, in order to es-tablish a ranking.
Petanque, Lyonnaise individual’s tournaments
The individual’s tournament will be organized in two groups if there are at least six (6) competitors; there will be one group just if there are only five (5) com-petitors. In both cases, the tournament will follow a rotation system.
Each competitor will play against the other competi-tors in succession, in order to obtain a ranking from first to last.
Matches will follow on, and each competitor will be given a fifteen minute break between contests.
All matches of petanque will be played on the basis of a 13 points score within a max of 50 minutes plus ( 2) two suplementary play.
All matches of Lyonnaise will be played on the basis of a 13 points score within a max of 1h and 15 min-utes with only one suplementary play.
In case of equity Without the needle of the ball. For ranking purposes, one (1) point will be awarded to the winner and no (0) points to the loser at the end of each game.
Access to the semi-finals will be granted according to the group’s ranking.
In case of draw, the total points of the matches play will be taken into account.
Should a draw occur, the difference in points (goal-average) in all matches will be taken into con-sideration. Should a draw still exist, FIPJP rules will be applied.
The semi-final will be elimination match plays, ac-cording to the same criteria as for the groups: the winner of group A will play against the second of group B and the winner of group B will play the sec-ond of group A.
The finals will take place following the same system. The winners of the two semi-finals will compete for the final; the losers will play for 3rd and 4th places. The subsequent places will be awarded according to the ranking obtained in the groups.
In case of draw, the goal average will be taken into account.
Should a tournament be played with only one group, semi-finals and finals will not take place. The total number of points will determine final ranking.
In case of draw, the same procedure as above will apply.
Petanque, Lyonnaise team’s tournaments
The teams tournament’s will be organized with round robin system.
All matches will be played on the basis of a 12 points score without any time restrictions.
For ranking purposes, one (1) point will be given to the winner and zero (0) points to the loser after each contest.
The total number of points will determine final rank-ing.