Captain Mike Batchelor and some of the men who won the Clevedon & District Over 55’s League and were runners up in the Weston & District League Division 2 gaining promotion.
Last weekend the club held the finals of all competitions with some trilling bowling watched by an enthusiastic crowd. The event was concluded with a super Hog Roast in the clubhouse and great company.
The Winners results were:-
New Winners: S. Fisher Runner up: T. Alden
Mens 2 wood: R.Barron Runner up: A. Birch
Ladies 2 wood: P. Jenkins Runner up: S. Holtby
Mixed Drawn Pairs: M.Batchelor/Audrey Birch Runner Up: J.Bradley/ P. Duggan-Rees
Mens Pairs: R.Barron/ M. Andrews Runners Up M.Batchelor/ D. Luke
Open 4 wood singles: A.Birch Runner Up: P. Gower
Veterans: T. Holtby Runner Up: R. Barron
New Bowlers: N. Bloy Runner Up: G. Hewitt
Family Pairs: M. & S. Fisher Runners Up: A. & A. Birch
Men’s 4 wood Singles: D.Nicholls Runner Up; R. Barron
Ladies 4 wood Singles: A.M. Wilkinson Runner Up: S. Holtby
Photographs by Steve Wilkinson
Well done Somerset juniors on your win today against Isle of Wedmore by 10 shots. A closely fought game which could have gone either way. A big thankyou to Isle of Wedmore for inviting the team and hosting the game, its much appreciated and good experience for the junior players. Your good bowls etiquette On the green has been noted by others and you should feel very proud of yourselves.
Jenny Tibbs posted this on the Somerset Bowl Association web site.
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CLUB Australian Pairs TOURNAMENT
SATURDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 2021
This is the last bowling event of the outdoor season and will be Starting at 1pm. The format will be Pairs and feature 3 sets of 5 ends (15 ends in total). This will be followed by an Afternoon Tea (£4pp – Sandwiches & Cake etc) and prize presentation. All members are welcome to enter, and spectators can join us for Tea as well. Each team will be selected by the organisers from those who enter the competition. The intention is to create as many equally balanced teams as possible in a light-hearted afternoon of “fairly” competitive bowling. Maximum of 32 players so please enter by putting your Names on the list in the club house.
Closing Date for entry 6th September 2021
I received the following message from Chew Stoke today:
Many thanks for the match today all my players enjoyed the game and the fantastic hospitality that was arranged by a very understanding group of players led by you, the experience that my new players gained on your green for some it was their first game.
Please accept my apologies for leaving early as I am unable to leave my wife Jo for long periods of time with her Carer.
I hope we meet again in the future, thank you once again on behalf of the Players and Chew Stoke BC.
Recruitment, Development Officer.
Last night we held a welcome “party”, actually a gathering, to allow all our new members to meet up socially with many of the more established members. It was a gorgeous evening which allowed us to be outside and enjoy the first real event for nearly two years. As Covid restrictions ease we hope to hold more social events and combine them with the principle aim of the club which is to provide excellent bowling opportunities all year round with our fantastic indoor and outdoor facilities. Some pictures taken by our club photographer Steve Wilkinson give a flavour of the event.
Dave Nicholls and Shirley Wederell were victors in a close fought round of the County Mixed Pairs last night winning against Charlie Takle & Val Dargue from Illminster. Next round will be away against a team from City of Wells.
The Club Triples Tournament was held on Sunday , 4th of July. All six rinks were in play as 36 members competed by playing three matches of six ends.
It was especially pleasing to see so many of our new bowlers taking part in their first special Club event.
In the late afternoon the weather turned wet and this prevented the final from being played by but the organisers were able to identify the winning team: Rob Jewell, Caroline Ladd and Terry Simpson who just pipped Brian Ladd, Teresa Alden and Ann-Marie Wilkinson to win the match by two shots.
This year our club Charity will be the Children’s Hospice South West and all proceeds from this jar and other organised events will be presented at the end of the Financial year. “Charity the Cat” will be on the bar for all to donate to – even if you have not crossed the threshold for an automatic donation. This is very worthwhile local charity and deserves our support.