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WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL WESTCHESTER COUNTY USBC WEBSITE

April 2020            Visit the USBC website for additional updates and information regarding the effects

                                of the coronavirus on league and tournament play


March 18, 2020

COVID-19 EFFECTS ON LEAGUE &

TOURNAMENT PLAY

 

USBC IS SHARING RULES AND GOVERNING TOPICS RELATED TO

LEAGUE, TOURNAMENT AND ASSOCIATION ACTIONS

CONCERNING THE CORONAVIRUS

 

 USBC has published a document sharing rules and governing topics related to the operational aspects of leagues, tournaments and associations that are impacted by the effects of this health emergency.  This document can be used as a resource to Association & League Officers, as well as the members of our bowling community, if conditions require postponements or cancelations of competition.

 

Click here for the FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS regarding this matter.

March 17, 2020

 

WC ADULT & YOUTH TOURNAMENTS/EVENTS CANCELLED OR POSTPONED

DUE TO THE CURRENT HEALTH ISSUE WITH THE COVID-19 VIRUS

 

ATTENTION ALL WESTCHESTER COUNTY BOWLERS:

 

After the announcement today by the Governor of NY and discussions with the Board of Directors, Westchester County USBC will be taking the following action:

 

ADULT TOURNAMENT

The County Tournament scheduled for April 25th & 26th will be cancelled and will NOT be rescheduled

 

YOUTH TOURNAMENT/EVENT

The Scholarship Tournament scheduled for March 29th has been postponed

and will hopefully be rescheduled to a later date..

 

The final Adult/Jr County Tournament at Cortlandt scheduled for April 18th & 19th

and the final JBT Tournament at Cortlandt scheduled for April 26th

are cancelled and will NOT be rescheduled..

 

No plans have been made regarding the Association Youth luncheon scheduled for June

We will make that determination sometime in Early May.

 

REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED FOR ANY PREPAID FEES FOR TOURNAMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.

SHOULD YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.   PLEASE BE SAFE.

 

DANIEL N. SOLIMINE

PRESIDENT, WESTCHESTER COUNTY USBC 

COVID-19 EFFECTS ON UPCOMING USBC & NYS EVENTS

 

USBC POSTPONES OR SUSPENDS NATIONAL EVENTS UNTIL MAY 1

ARLINGTON, Texas – The United States Bowling Congress (USBC) is postponing or suspending nationally conducted USBC events until May 1, 2020, due to COVID-19 safety concerns.

 

This includes the USBC Open Championships, USBC Women’s Championships, USBC Convention, USBC Masters and USBC Senior Queens. USBC made this difficult decision out of concern for the health and safety of our members, their families and local communities.

 

Please check the USBC website for updates regarding the impact of Covid-19 on USBC events

 

Click here for a direct link:   https://www.bowl.com/USBCCOVID19Update/



NYS USBC CANCELS ALL ADULT AND YOUTH TOURNAMENTS

It was announced yesterday the the NYS USBC Bowling Association has cancelled all adult and youth tournaments scheduled for the remainder of the 2020 bowling season which ends on July 31st.


Click here for a direct link:   https://www.bowlny.com/

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OWN DIRECTOR, THOMAS SOLIMINE SR.

who was named “Youth Volunteer of the Year”

 

ARLINGTON, Texas – Thomas Solimine Sr., who has coordinated tournaments for youth bowlers throughout New York and runs youth leagues at the local level, has been selected as the United States Bowling Congress Youth Volunteer of the Year by the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee.

 

The award recognizes an adult volunteer who has displayed outstanding efforts to foster, organize and promote certified youth bowling programs at the local, state and/or national level. The IBC Youth Committee selects the national award winner from submitted applications.

 

Click here to read more……

DO YOU KNOW ABOUT

RULE 18 - BOWLING BALL & ALTERING SURFACE ?

Bowlers no longer can use liquids or add anything including but not limited to rosin or powder,

to the surface of the bowling ball during USBC league and tournament play!


Click here for commonly asked questions related to this rule change