♣  BLI Tables - Results Saturday - Results Midweek - Results Vets - Fixtures Saturday - Fixtures Midweek - Fixtures Vets - Cups
 ♣  BLI Home IBA Home  ♣ 
 ♣  LBLI Tables - Results Wednesday - Fixtures Wednesday - Cups  ♣  LBLI Home IWBA Home ♣ 
 ♣  WINTER LEAGUE Home  ♣  WEATHER Bray - Dublin - Skerries - Trim ♣ LAWS of the Game  ♣ 

News

Bray Bowling News 27/06/22

Midsummer has come and gone and the bowling season has, in some cases, reached the half way stage. On Monday of last week our Division 4 team had an impressive home win against Westmanstown to maintain a top three place and Division 5 travelled to the plains of Kildare and came home with 5 points to sit proudly in second place in their league. On Wednesday the ladies defeated Westmanstown at home 4/3 to climb to second spot. Thursday saw the 4 Veterans teams take on Dun Laoghaire with Divisions 2 and 4 celebrating home wins and Divisions 1 and 3 both going down away. By coincidence the score in all 4 games was 3/1 to the home teams. Thursday saw the draw for the club championships take place and a good crowd attended and we can look forward to some mouth watering contests in the weeks ahead. Both Division 1 and 2 were in action last Saturday with Division 1 away to Westmanstown where they got 1 point courtesy of Marcus Donahue's rink. The man himself was in scintillating form on the day. Division 2 took 2 points at home to St. James's Gate.

This coming week sees the ladies travel to Blackrock and the 4 Vets teams take on SJG, away, Meath at home, Greystones away and Clontarf at home respectively. Saturday sees Division 1 at home to Railway Union and Division 2 make the long trek to Trim to take on the Royals of Meath. July is nearly upon us and on American Independence Day 4th July Division 4 travel to tackle the money men from Bank of Ireland and Division 4 welcome Westmanstown to Bray. Finally good luck to our representatives in the BLI Junior Championships who are in action over the next week.

Frank Devlin, hon.sec.

For previous posts see our blog.

Getting Started

Club welcome sign.

The club is open all year round with our all-weather green and new members are very welcome.

We cater for beginners or more experienced bowlers. People of all ages and abilities are welcome. Lawn bowls can be a team or singles sport and is a great way of enjoying the company of others. It is a competitive sport, most of our members played other sports such as soccer, gaelic football, hurling, tennis, golf etc before taking up bowls. They are aged from their late teens to late eighties. Bowls is a sport for all people - the club has both Ladies' and Men's Sections. To get started phone Frank on 086 353 4673 or Bernedette on 086 384 2709.

Want to see kids learning bowls? Watch this Irish Federation video.

Want quick coaching lessons? Try these videos.

The club is committed to equality of opportunity in all our practices, policies and procedures.

Bray BC on the Internet

Copyright (c) Bray Bowling Club 2021. All rights reserved.
Designed by olwebdesign.com