The latest update from EIBA is now online and can be found on the COVID 19 Update page.

All further updates will be added as we progress throught the relaxing of restrictions.

9th July 2020

National Competitions Update

The EIBA Board have reviewed its plans for the completion of the 2019-2020 National Finals and the 2020-2021 Winter National Competitions programme, based on the current Government easing of the COVID-19 lockdown.

With Indoor Bowls, along will all other Indoor sports, still not being permitted to take place and what, if any, restrictions applied to any activity being unknown the EIBA have made the following decisions: -

Reschedule of the 2019-2020 Finals These will now not be scheduled to take place at the end of September to early October, as originally planned. However, they are now provisionally scheduled to be held during 1st November to 20th November 2020. With the expectation that over the next few weeks that fuller details on when and how Indoor Bowls can re-start a final decision on whether the Finals can be played will be announced on 2nd September 2020.

The EIBA trust that all the competitors involved will understand this decision due to the continuing uncertainty but can make their own plans for the next few months. 2020-2021 Winter National Competitions The EIBA are continuing plans for these to commence in the Autumn of 2020.

To accommodate the 2019-2020 Finals re-scheduling all Club and County team competitions will now start from the weekend of 21st-22nd November. Individual competitions will commence from October. As a result of this change the National Finals weeks will be held from 5th to 23rd April 2021.

Full details of draws and play on / by dates will be published late August. The EIBA will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and if necessary, review and update the Competition Schedules.

As we all now enter a period of uncertainty, the COVID updates have now been given their own sub folder on the website menu.

The League fixtures that remained have been cancelled, and the lists updated to give a final table with those unplayed matches being declared draws, with points shared.

Section One was won by Arun and Section Two by Wealden.

The website will continue to be updated as we receive any further information regarding changes to SCWIBA policies.

Above all, stay safe and well, and we look forward to seeing you all back on the rinks at the earliest.

March 23rd 2020

Due to the Coronavirus - COVID-19 pandemic and advice from the EIBA and Government/
NHS, the County Finals at Grattons IBC on Monday 20th April 2020 has been postponed.
However, it is unlikely to be re-arranged before the autumn.

The proposed League final at Langney Sports on Thursday, 9th April is cancelled as is the Executive/Delegates Luncheon on 16th April.

The Executive Meeting at Wealden on 26th March 2020 will not take place, but items for discussion/voting for the AGM will be circulated shortly. 

The AGM on 14th May is unlikely to be held, but may be postponed to late summer/autumn.
In the meantime, please send your Affiliation Forms, Officer/Selector nomination forms and County Competition forms as you are able.

Stay well, follow the Coronavirus guidelines and we will all see each other again next season.


Brenda Davies

Hon Secretary – SCWIBA    

Home Tel: 01273 832621                                                                   Published 18th March 2020

With all the competitions now heading in to the final stages, early results round by round are now in a sub folder under each competition heading.
This is to give a quick and clear reference for the quarter finals and onwards.

Welcome to the new website for Sussex County Women's Indoor Bowling Association.

There have some concerns over the "not secure" status of the website.
A secured site covers any personal information that is inputted, such as credit card details.

As we are an "information only" website, SCWIBA like many Club sites is safe to view.

Due to the site hosting design, pages are better viewed on a PC or laptop, rather than via a mobile browser.