LLB Dress Code For Bowlers

 

LADIES

White, Cream or a colour registered with the LLB Secretary – Bowling skirt, bowling dress (both of which to be of minimum length mid knee), skort (which must be Bermuda length) tailored trousers, cropped tailored trousers or tailored Bermuda length shorts are acceptable. (Bermuda length is 3 inches above the knee to the middle of the knee).

Blouses, Polo shirts or other similar. Tops may be worn sleeveless BUT must have a collar. If sleeveless must be of a modest design. If a Club has registered with the CBBA Secretary that they intend to wear coloured clothing this acceptable provided the whole SIDE wears them at any event.

Jogging bottoms, track suit bottoms or jeans are NOT acceptable. Shorts, or cropped trousers with draw strings, toggles, large outside patch pockets or other adornments on the legs are NOT acceptable.

GENTLEMEN

White, Cream or a colour registered with the LLB Secretary – Tailored trousers or tailored Bermuda length shorts with white shirt. Shirts MUST have sleeves and a collar. Coloured clothing is acceptable provided they have been registered with the LLB Secretary and are worn by the whole SIDE at any event. (Bermuda length is 3 inches above the knee to the middle of the knee).

Jogging bottoms, track suit bottoms, jeans, cropped trousers or shorts with large outside or patch pockets on the legs are NOT acceptable.
The official definition of Bermuda length is – from 3 inches above the knee to the middle of the knee.

FOOTWEAR

As stated in the CBBA Constitution…
Flat smooth-soled heel-less footwear, designed for bowling, are to be worn. Sandals and other open shoes MUST have a back strap. Such footwear must be predominantly white, or brown, grey or black. NO other form of footwear is acceptable.

HEADGEAR

All headgear must be predominantly white. However if a Club has elected to wear coloured clothing then the same colour headgear may be worn.

FROM THE LLB CONSTITUTION – agreed 8/4/14

3. DRESS STANDARDS

a) Participants in all matches, tournaments and competitions under the patronage of the LLB must observe the LLB dress code at all times. Failure to do so will result in that player being unable to play in that match/tournament/league/competition whilst
incorrectly dressed.