Bocce matches on Monday, December 17 at 6:30 PM will be played as scheduled.
The Paver Project
Now Taking Reservations
On Thursday, November 15, the CBCA, by a vote of over 90%, approved a commitment (not to exceed 65% or $65,000 based on an estimated project cost of $100,000) to the bocce paver project. The funding is contingent on the Bocce Committee securing pledges from the public of at least 35% (or $35,000 based on an estimated project cost of $100,000).
Take advantage of the discounted prices to reserve your paver before December 31.
So far we have reservations for
#2037 Mar 14, 2018
There have been several changes to the Clayton Bocce League Rules of Play for 2018. You may view the 2018 Rules of Play here.
Most of the changes are minor, but one important change is the rule on number of forfeits. Any team that has two or more qualifying match forfeits (see below) in one season will lose their spot the following season. When a team loses their spot, they may request to go on the waitlist.
What counts as a match forfeit? A game in which a team fails to field at least two players by the forfeit time is a game forfeit. The forfeit time is ten minutes after the scheduled start for the first game in a match, and five additional minutes for each game after the first. For example, if a match is scheduled to start at 6:30, the first game forfeit time is 6:40, the second is 6:45, and the third is 6:50. If a team forfeits all games in a match, it is a match forfeit.
What counts as a qualifying match forfeit? A qualifying match forfeit is:
#2031 Jan 8, 2018
The 2018 Bocce calendar is now available. The calendar lists key dates for the Clayton Bocce League and the Ipsen Family Bocce Park, including the 2018 Spring, Summer and Fall League seasons.
While we have made every effort to finalize dates for 2018, there is always the possibility that changes will be necessary due to weather or other unpredictable events.
The calendar may be viewed here.
#1007 Jun 1, 2016
With several planned additions to the bocce website, league capos are being issued login accounts on ClaytonBocce.org. Whether for the upcoming online team signups or the planned online scoring system, it is necessary to secure and control access to functions that modify information on the website.
Website access control systems can be quite complicated: userids, passwords, secret questions, password resets, two-factor authentication and more. For the ClaytonBocce.org website we decided not to include another access control system; instead we will use well known existing systems. If you are issued a ClaytonBocce.org account, you will need to have a Facebook, Google, or Microsoft account, and you will login using your Facebook, Google, or Microsoft userid and password. We did this for two reasons:
Google and Microsoft accounts are simpler than Facebook, so if you just need an account to access the bocce website, we suggest either of these.