Individual Competitions

Midland Masters Preview

We have 13 qualifiers heading to Florence and trying to follow in the footsteps of Callum Wraight last season. Former Merit winner and runner up in this competition Wayne Rogers hopes to go one better and takes on Steve Donavon to start with. Other county players taking their place tomorrow include Colin Beaman, who plays Kevin Handley, and Wayne Phillips, …

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County Doubles 2017 Review

Shropshire County Doubles Competition played on the greens of Donnington Wood Bowling Club on Sun 27th August 2017 Down from last year’s entry of 30, a depleted field of only 19 pairs gathered to contest the County Doubles at Donnington Wood where the entrants and spectators alike were treated to warm late summer sunshine that at the conclusion saw Rob Fuller …

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Lloydy and Fuller win County Doubles!

Dave Lloyd and Rob Fuller won the 2017 County Doubles today at Donnington Wood after beating former homesters Ian Gaut and Dave King 21-20 in the final. Dave and Rob beat Sir John Bayley’s Kane Beaman and Michael Cooper in the Semi while Ian and Dave beat 2015 winners Jamie King and Scott Harries. There were 19 entries in total …

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County Doubles tomorrow!

The County Doubles are being held tomorrow at Donnington Wood at 10.30 a.m. You can enter on the day and there will be a different name to last year with Dave Rhodes out injured. But the 2015 winners will be there as Scott Harries and Jamie King look to win back their trophy after winning it at Donnington Wood before. …

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County Doubles on Sunday!

The County Doubles are being held this Sunday, the details are below. 2017 Details: Held on Sunday 27th August at Donnington Wood Bowling Club, The Fields, Queens Road, Donnington, Telford, TF2 8HU at 10 a.m. Enter on the Day. Entry fee is £8 per pair. Dress Code Applies. Entry Form Here

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Three entries in Mel Evans MBE Centenary Mixed Pairs!

Shropshire have been allocated three qualifying entries in the finals day of the 2017 Mel Evans MBE Centenary Mixed Pairs Championship at The Waterloo Bowling Green, Blackpool on Saturday, 30th September 2017. These three are: Sally Clee & Jamie King Sian Skelton & Aaron King Sarah Weaver & Martin Gaut Congratulations to all three on being able to represent us at this national …

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Midland Masters Finals Day Draw

2017  MIDLAND MASTERS DRAW. Played at FLORENCE PRIVATE Cemetry Avenue Stoke-on-trent ST3 4EB 10.00am Start. Sunday 17th September.   1 Andy Milson        (Derbyshire)       V     Josh Bradburn      (Shropshire) 2 Mark Burdett      (N/Mids)              V     Darren Handley   (Staffs) 3 Ian Atherton        (Potteries)           V     Richard Gill          (Derbyshire) 4 Colin Beaman      (Shropshire)        V    Kevin Handley      (Staffs) 5 Harry Chapman  (N/Mids)              V    Jamie Duce            (Staffs) 6 …

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Dave Card Rose Bowl Memorial 2017 Report

SCGBA Mixed Doubles Competition – played on the green of Allscott BC on Sun. 23rd July for the Dave Card Rose Bowl with at least the Champions qualifying to play in Centenary Doubles Competition finals day. Competition Secretary, Mike Potter was pleased to welcome the 16 entries to Allscott BC to contest the mixed doubles competition for the Dave Card …

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Dave Card Rose Bowl Memorial this Sunday

The Dave Card Rose Bowl Memorial is being held this Sunday at 10 a.m. at Allscott Bowling Club, Allscott Heath, near Telford, TF6 5EQ. You can enter on the Day and the entry fee is £8 per pair. Dress code applies. This also acts as a qualifier for the Centenary Mixed Pairs on Sunday 1st October at the Waterloo in Blackpool.

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2017 Veterans Merit Report

Below is a report of and pictures from the 2017 Veterans Merit kindly written by Mike Potter. Shropshire Veterans Merit 2017 – Tuesday 18th July 2017 – Greenfields BC 20 of the county’s elder generation gathered for a lunchtime start of the Veterans Merit staged at Greenfields. The competitors enjoyed the warm, sunny afternoon but were soon to be seriously …

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