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  • 100 Club

    January  2019

    February 2019

    March 2019

    1st

    Jan Stewart

    1st

    Jan Simpson

    1st

    Joyce Allen

    2nd

    Bill Melville

    2nd

    Jan Simpson

    2nd

    Kay Green

    3rd

    Ruth Verrall

    3rd

    CAJ Chubb

    3rd

    Margaret Croston

    4th

    Colin Wadeson

    4th

    David Taylor

    4th

    Debbie Stearman

     

     

     

     

     

     

    April 2019

    May 2019

    June 2019

    1st

    Geoff Kemp

    1st

    Kay Green

    1st

    Margaret Croston

    2nd

    Norman Dale

    2nd

    Ken Richardson

    2nd

    Max Bettsworth

    3rd

    Brian Kingston

    3rd

    Mick Bridewell

    3rd

    Jim Edwards

    4th

    Ken Richardson

    4th

    John Allen

    4th

    Alan Marsh

     

     

    5th

    John Ward

     

     

     

     

    6th

    Mary Freemantle

     

     

     

     

    7th

    Jan Simpson

     

     

     

     

    8th

    Andy Bryant

     

     

     

     

    9th

    Geoff Kemp

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    July 2019

    August 2019

    September 2019

    1st

    Geoff Kemp

    1st

    AEM Puxty

    1st

    Brian Kingston

    2nd

    Alan Rowe

    2nd

    Kay Green

    2nd

    J&A Chubb

    3rd

    Andy Bryant

    3rd

    Sue Wilkins

    3rd

    Jim Edwards

    4th

    Peter Hearn

    4th

    John Bushby

    4th

    Peter Morris

     

     

     

     

     

     

    October 2019

    November 2019

    December 2019

    1st

    Gerald Hemmings

    1st

     

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    2nd

    Mike Haywood

    2nd

     

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    3rd

    Joy-Ann Hemmings

    3rd

     

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     4th

    John Holmes

    4th

     

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    Details of the winners of the 100 Club for 2018 can now be found on the Archive page.

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    There are usually 4 prizes per month, with the exception of May and November each year when we draw 9 prizes.

    Standard Month         Twice Yearly
    1st prize = £20                    £150
    2nd prize = £10                   £75
    3rd prize = £5                      £50
    4th prize = £5                      £25
    5th Prize                              £10
    6th Prize                              £10
    7th Prize                              £10
    8th Prize                              £10
    9th Prize                              £10
    There are about 20 unused numbers in the 100 Club.

    So, if you don’t currently take part in the 100 Club but would like to help the club raise much needed money, please get in touch with Una Whale or Jane Taylor as soon as possible to make sure you don’t miss out.

  • Coffee Mornings


    The next Coffee Morning will be on
    Wednesday, November 20th, 2019
    at 10 a.m
    in the Club House

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    We will do the draw for the November
    100 Club winners at this coffee morning.

     

     

     

  • Dress Code


    1.   All players must be dressed in white from the waist upwards in all sessions of play.

    2.   Grey or white skirt/trousers/shorts shall be worn by the ladies.

    3.   Grey or white trousers/shorts with white socks shall be worn by the men.

    4.   Although shorts may be worn for home matches, permission would be needed to wear them at other clubs when playing away.

    5.   Shoes must be heelless and flat-soled.  They may be brown, grey or white.

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  • Rules of Bowls


    To download a copy of “The Rules of Bowls”,  please click on this link.

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  • Humour

    Bowling Humour

    Four bowlers were out on the Green practising.  As one of them was about to bowl at the 15th end, which was next to a busy road, they saw a funeral procession go by.  Instead of bowling, the bowler removed his cap and placed it on his chest until the funeral had passed.
    At this point, the other three said, “You know, that was the most touching thing I’ve ever seen”.
    And the bowler answers, “Well, I was married to her for 15 years.  It was the least I could do !”

    I got a new set of bowls for the wife last week !  Best deal I’ve made in years.

    Blessed are they who can play sport;
    Blessed are they who can still be taught;
    Blessed are they who accept with grace
    To pay in any selected place !!

    Q :  What do you do with someone who can’t draw, can’t roll the jack, can’t set the mat, can’t keep score and won’t listen ?
    A :   Make them skip.

    Lead :   How much am I short ?
    Skip :   You ought to know.  You’re nearer to it than I am.


    A little old man boards a bus with a bowling wood in each of his front pockets.
    He sits down next to a beautiful young lady, and she can’t help but glance quizzically at the man and his bulging pockets.  There’s an uneasy few minutes before, finally, the old man can take no more.
    “Bowling balls”, he says reassuringly.
    The lady seems a little shocked, and the stares on.  Moments later she says :  “Does it hurt as much as tennis elbow ?”
     

    General Humour

    • Sign on the door of a vet’s waiting room :  “Back in five minutes, Sit, Stay”.
    • At an optician’s office: “If you don’t see what you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right place.”
    • On a maternity room door: “Push, Push, Push”.
    • In the front yard of a funeral home:   “Drive carefully. We’ll wait”.
    • A sign in the non-smoking area of a restaurant: “If we see smoke, we will assume you are on fire and take appropriate action”.
    • And on the side of a plumber’s van : “We repair what your husband fixed.”
    • Another slogan on the van of a plumbing company; “Don’t sleep with a drip. Call a plumber”.
    • Right now I’m suffering from amnesia and deja-vu at the same time. I think I’ve forgotten this before.

    An elderly couple had dinner at another couple’s house, and after eating, the wives left the table and went into the kitchen. The two gentlemen were talking, and one said, “Last night we went out to a new restaurant and it was really great.  I would recommend it very highly.”

    The other man said, “What is the name of the restaurant ?“

    The first man thought and thought and finally said, “What is the name of that flower you give to someone you love? You know !  The one that’s red and has thorns.”

    “Do you mean a rose ?”

    “Yes, that’s the one,” replied the man. He then turned towards the kitchen and yelled, “Rose, what’s the name of that restaurant we went to last night ?”

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