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Our website aims to provide comprehensive information to the members of Lawn Green Clubs in all parts of Somerset and South Bristol, members of the public thinking of taking up the game and bowling clubs elsewhere who may be considering a bowls tour holiday to our beautiful County.
We hope you all find the information on our website useful but we always welcome new ideas to make it even better!
Congratulations to Helen McDermaid of Watchet BC who comprehensively defeated Jean Stephens of Cambridgeshire in the Final by 21-8 to become National Ladies Champion of Champion. Well done Helen!Read more>>
Sorry to report that both our teams lost this morning. Ilminster lost after an extra end to Leicestershire and Bath failed to make it being beaten by Yorkshire.
All QFs and SFs being held on Saturday 23 August will be played at Taunton BC only. There are NO games at Nailsea BC. All QFs and SFs due to be held on Sunday 31 August will be played at Castle Cary BC only. There are NO games at Burnham-on-Sea BC.
Our team lost in the National SF on Sunday by 43-47 against Nottingshshire. Stef Branfield lost 20-22 and Jill Young lost 23-25. Hilary May writes as follows………On behalf of Edna, myself and the Walker Cup Squad, a huge thank you to all who came to encourage the team who played in the National SF against Nottinghamshire [...]
Street BC (Tim Salter ) beat Headington BC Oxfordshire 20-17 in 1st Round but lost to Holderness BC (Yorkshire) 21-28 in the 2nd Round. Bristol BC (Barry Barry) beat Lincolnshire 21-13 in 1st Round but lost to Nottinghamshire 10-22 in Round 2.
James Amery lost to Jamie Walker (Northamptonshire) 12-21 thereby failing to reach the Q/Finals. Well done James however for getting so far.
Publicity is just as important in Bowls as it is in any other sporting activity. Associations, Leagues and Clubs are encouraged to send in any interesting or important pieces of information or news items so that favourable publicity for our sport can be obtained.Read more>>