GRACE MATHEWS TROPHY

GRACE MATHEWS TROPHY

Not only did our Ladies get to the Semi-Finals of The Grace Mathews Top Club, they beat one of the favourites Madeira, to get there.

Yesterday 6th September at the Semi-Finals which were played at The Madeira Bowls Club, Exmouth, they won their Semi-Final by 3 to 2, against Topsham and narrowly lost the Final to Kings.

Well done ladies, you did us proud.

Grace Mathews WIN!

Grace Mathews WIN!

Our Ladies team played Madeira “A” Team at Abbrooke Park in the quarter-final of The Grace Mathews Top Club competition today.

They won with 3 disciplines to 2.  These were 2 Wood Singles. Triples & Rink.

They will now go to The Madeira Bowls Club Green [Exmouth] on the 6th September.

They will play the  Semi-final, in the morning, and if successful THE FINAL in the afternoon.

 

 

PLYMSTOCK BOWLING CLUB OPEN DAY

PLYMSTOCK BOWLING CLUB OPEN DAY

The OPEN DAY was a great success with over 80 visitors.

11 signed up for Social membership.

2 for Short Mat Membership

11 took away forms for Full Membership, of which at least 7 have booked for coaching with Jim.

Thanks to all members who gave up their time to assist, both on the day and the days leading up to it.

Photographs can be found on the Gallery.

 

 

 

PBC Tour 2018

PBC Tour 2018

Plymstock Bowling Club are pleased to announce that their 2018 Bowling Tour to Weston-Super-Mare has been confirmed and already 46 members have booked their places.

It is intended to play 4 matches, during the 4 day tour [3 nights], which will take place on 25th – 28th May 2018.

The clubs who have agreed to play us are, Ashton Park, Isle of Wedmore, Portishead and Cullompton Bowling Club.

We still have some rooms available, so please let Mike Brown, or Sandy Saunders know asap.

m.215brown@btinternet.comsandysaunders77@hotmail.co.uk

Marie Curie Donation

Plymstock Bowling Club helped celebrate Helen Street’s 50th birthday . The evening was organised by Helen, her dad Jim and sisters Debora and Liz. Helen didn’t want presents, but asked that any money raised should go to the Marie Curie Charity.

Friends and family came from as far afield as Newcastle and Essex and were supported in the celebrations by Bowling Club members.

Helen raised a total of £800.00 which she presented, in the form of a huge cheque, to one of Marie Curie’s Plymouth representatives during the bowling club’s Trelawney Night social evening.