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Chandos Park Bowls Club

NOTICEBOARD

DATES FOR THE DIARY :   

THURSDAY 5th OCTOBER, 7.00pm    :   ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

SATURDAY 28th OCTOBER, 7.00pm   :  CLUB DINNER / PRESENTATIONS   

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS our 2017 Club Competition Winners

COMPETITION WINNER RUNNER UP

NOVICES

Dennis Gregory

Becky Gregory

HANDICAP

Robert Reynolds

Becky Gregory

MIXED TRIPLES

Becky Gregory, Mick Whyton, Clive Graves

Ann Styles, Cyndy Lee, Neil Holman

MIXED PAIRS

Sheila Cotterell, Andy Hunt

Becky Gregory, Mike Edwards

LADIES PAIRS

Sue Edwards, Carolyn Hunt

Freddie Austin, Cyndy Lee

MENS PAIRS

Mike Edwards, Andy Hunt

Neil Holman, Les Lester

TWO WOOD

Andy Hunt

Clive Graves

OVER 60s SINGLES

Andy Hunt

Mike Edwards

PRESIDENTS CUP

Les Lester

Norman Jerrom

LADIES CHAMPIONSHIP

Carolyn Hunt

Cyndy Lee

MENS CHAMPIONSHIP

Robert Reynolds

Les Lester

WEDNESDAY 6th SEPTEMBER
It was a privilege to welcome Friends of English Bowling, who had travelled from 7 counties (including Beds, Berks, Bucks, Herts, Lincs, Northants & Wilts) to celebrate our 50th anniversary.  Chandos lead throughout most of the game however in the last few ends the Friends staged a late run, managing a 1 shot win.  

Marcia Dunstone, Match Officer for Friends presented a Certificate to Andy Hunt, captain of the day for Chandos Park, in commemoration of the occasion.  A memorable day for the club. See more pictures in the Gallery.

Andy Hunt receiving Certificate from Marcia Dunstone Andy Hunt receiving Certificate from Marcia Dunstone

TUESDAY 4th JULY
What a fantastic day for the Club.  We were proud to receive a visit from Bowls England who joined the club in celebration of our 50th Anniversary.  Take a look at our Gallery for pictures.
 

FRIDAY 19TH MAY -  LADIES COUNTY PRESIDENT'S DAY

Margaret Langley-Roberts, Ladies County President, and a founder member of Chandos Park Bowls Club, together with her bowling friends from around the county and country, enjoyed an afternoon of bowls despite the initial rainy start.  The day finished in sunshine, and everyone enjoyed the spread Margaret provided, and the warm camaraderie at teatime.  A successful and most enjoyable day.