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Winter League Fixtures for Saturday, 9/12/17, 11am

Section 1: Bray A NO MATCH
Section 3: Blackrock B v Bray B (at Shankill)

Dates for your Diary

Events - Nov/Dec


Have a look at our Gallery page. Latest shots are:

  • Prize-giving Night.
  • Seanie's Archive #1.

So you think you know the rules...

Paul Foster splits jack

Some super bowling from the 2016 Australian Indoors Championship.

2016 Australian Indoors Championship

Bray Bowling Club's 50th anniversary celebrated on Irish TV.

Eoghain on Irish TV

Latest News

Ladies Club Finals

The club championships were completed last weekend (23/24 Sep) when the ladies took centre stage, one in particular stealing the show and having an unforgettable weekend. The ladies championship which is the blue riband event for the ladies was won by Breeda Keogh who defeated Pamela O'Leary in a very exciting final. Breeda was back on the rink for the 2 Bowl Singes final against the wily warrior that is Phyllis Brett and once again Breeda emerged victorious. The hat trick was achieved when Breeda and her partners Martin Delaney and John Dunne won the mixed triples with a close victory over Patrick Brosnan/Margaret Doran/Colm Murphy. I hope there is enough space on the sideboard, Breeda, for all those trophies! It is also the second year in a row that John has won the competition - must be that extra bowl that suits him! In the 2 Bowl Pairs Phyllis Brett and Betty Lester had a hard earned win over Marge O'Leary and Bernie Tracey. Well done to all the winners and thanks to Roddy, Owen and Marge for organising all the competitions. Christy McEvoy and Breeda Keogh will now go forward and represent the club in next year's Champion of Champions competition. It is hoped to organise a gala prize night in November where all the silverware will be presented. Matters now turn to the Winter League which starts on 14th October and where Bray have entered 2 teams. Finally congrats to Danny Heffernan on winning the club lotto draw this week.

Ace reporter: Frank "The Dobermann" Devlin


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

We cater for beginners or more experienced bowlers and all ages and abilities, young and old are welcome. Lawn bowls is a competitive sport. It can be a team or singles sport and is a great way of enjoying the company of others. Most of our members played other sports such as soccer, gaelic football, hurling, tennis, golf etc before taking up bowls and 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.

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