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2014

Competitions Calendar for 2014

Sat 3rd May 2.45pm scratch Arthur Greatwich Trophy (singles handicap)
Sun 22nd June 1.45pm scratch Club Doubles (partners drawn, no handicap)
Sun 13th July
Ladies Day
Sun 27th July 1.45pm scratch President's Day (singles handicap)
Sun 17th August 1.45pm scratch
Challenge Cup (no handicap)
Sun 14th September 1.45pm scratch Captain's Day (singles handicap)
Sat 27th September 3.45pm scratch Owen Evans Doubles (pick your own partner, handicap)

Please note that the committee reserve the right to cancel a competition if there are less than eight entries.

Arthur Greatwich Trophy Sunday 12th May

Albert and Terry having a 'sit down' before contesting the final.

The first competition of the season attracted 14 entries on a lovely early spring day. Albert Cornes won the top half of the draw and Terry Hammond the bottom half. They both tired in the final but Terry took the trophy 21-18.

Club Doubles Sunday 22nd June

John Scoot & Brian Walters, Rob Renke & Tony Nock.

Twenty six members enjoyed a lovely day's bowling. Section A winners on the top green were Brian Walters & John Scoot with Rob Renke and Tony Nock winning section B on the bottom green. The final was won by Rob and Tony winning 11-3. Thanks to Irene Wood for preparing the cobs which raised over £50 for club funds.

President's Day Sunday 27th July

Scott Harries, Rob Renke (President) and Chris Chamberlain

Despite having the lowest handicap, never winning the toss and being drawn on the bottom green, Scott Harries came through a field of twenty nine members to win the President's Day competition. In a quality final he beat Chris Chamberlain 21-16 on a green that was still exceptionally quick. Losing semi-finalists were John Palmer and Tony Steadman. Rob Renke, having earlier thanked the ladies who had prepared a magnificent tea and everyone who had attended, presented a bottle of bubbly to Scott. A raffle in aid of the mower fund raised over £80.

Challenge Cup Sunday 17th August

Tom McGill and Ollie Speke 
Despite a disappointing entry of only nine members, the challenge cup produced some excellent bowling on a difficult paced green. The final was a close affair and was settled by some accurate firing by Ollie Speke to beat Tom McGill 21-17.