International Cap Records

British Isles Bowls Council

The Senior International Series has been played since 1903. The Series consists of 24 players (6 rinks of 4 players with 2 bowls each) playing each other country, each rink playing 21 ends. The country with the highest shots after each match receives 2 points or 1 point for a match draw. The Series is played annually rotating between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Scotland have won the Series a record 44 times since its inception.

To view Scotland's cap records for the Senior Internationals, please click here

The Junior International Series was introduced in 1992 for players under the age of 25. The Series consists of 24 players (6 rinks of 4 players with 2 bowls each) playing each other country, each rink playing 21 ends. The country with the highest shots after each match receives 2 points or 1 point for a match draw. The Series is played annually rotating between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Scotland have won the Series a record 10 times since its inception.

To view Scotland's cap records for the Junior Internationals, please click here

 

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