1. 4 Bowls per player, Australian Pairs.
  2. Odd numbered ends “Player A bowls 2 woods, Player B bowls 4 woods, Player A bowls 2 woods”.
  3. Even numbered ends “Player B bowls 2 woods, Player A bowls 4 woods, Player B bowls 2 woods”.
  4. In the event of a tie, a tiebreak end will be played. The toss of a coin shall take place, the winner of the toss deciding who is to play first.
  5. The tiebreak shall be treated as an odd numbered end (see rule 13b).
  6. Winner is the pair with the highest score after 16 ends.
  7. Pairs will be determined by splitting players into 2 pots depending on ability as perceived by the Competition Committee.