Malaga Challenge Cup.
Formerly known as the League Cup and played for the Phil Parnell Trophy, and sponsored by The Sports Shop, Fuengirola,The Malaga Challenge Cup is a Knockout competition between all of the Clubs.
The Competition will be played over several months. Round One: 18th January 2020, Semi-Final: February 1st 2020, Final: February 19th 2020
The Final will be played at a neutral venue, to be decided once the Finalists are known.
Each Club will enter a team of 18 players. 9 will play at home, 9 will play away, simultaneously. The winners will be the Club with the highest aggregate score from both matches.
The format will be 1 Rinks (4 players) 1 Triples and 1 Pairs at each venue.
In the event of a tied score over the two venues, the HOME team will play a ONE end playoff to decide the winners. The Team selected by the Home team to play in the playoff will have been announced before the match begins and their opponents will be their opponents for the match itself.
The Draw for this year's Competition was made at Saydo BC on Sunday 17th November.
The 2019 Competition can still be viewed Here
Previous Winners of the Competition can be seen Here
Round One: 18th January 2020
Semi-Final: 1st February 2020
Final : 19th February 2020, 2.00pm Start - Venue: Mijas Bowls Club
This year's Final was hosted by Mijas Bowls Club on a grey and overcast afternoon. Played over 6 rinks - 2 Pairs, 2 Triples and 2 Fours (Rinks) the overall shots scored would decide the Winners.
In an even Match, Lauro went on to be comfortable winners in both Pairs matches, while Santa Maria took the honours in both closely fought Triples. It was the Fours which proved to be the decisive disciplines, with one game drawn and Santa Maria easily winning the other to take a narrow 110-103 win over all.
Congratulations to deserved winners Santa Maria Bowls Club
Thanks once again to The Sports Shop in Fuengirola who generously provided prizes for each team member of both the Winners and Runners-up.
Prizes were presented by Mijas Bowls Club President Robert Wright and League Co-ordinator David Mainwaring, who thanked all involved for their support.