Blossomfield Bowls News
BBA Finals 2017
A BIG WELL DONE to
Jeanette Douglas, Mo Yeomans & Joy Cooke for winning the Ladies Triples
Mo Yeomans for beating Kirsty Richards and winning the Ladies 2 Woods Final
Commiserations to Mo for losing the Ladies 4 Woods Final but obviously well done for getting to the final
Thanks to everyone who helped out on our finals weekend and especially a big thanks to the supporters who braved the hot sun on Saturday and the cold and the wet on Sunday.
Well done to all the winners, look forward to seeing you on presentation night
WELL DONE to the winners for the weekend
BOWLS FINALS SEPTEMBER 2017
SATURDAY 2nd. SEPTEMBER
MENS PAIRS (SAFARI CUP)
GERALD COX / KEN LANE
LADIES PAIRS (BOOCOCK CUP)
JOY COOKE / MO YEOMANS
MIXED PAIRS (JACKMAN CUP)
JOY COOKE / JOHN DEARN
MENS 4 WOOD SINGLES (NORWOOD CUP)
SUNDAY 3RD. SEPTEMBER
LADIES 2 WOOD SINGLES (PEGGY TINSON CUP)
MENS 2 WOOD SINGLES (DAN FORD CUP)
LADIES 4 WOOD SINGLES (BELL CUP)
MENS TRIPLES ( TURNER CUP)
NICK WORLEY/ STAN JACKSON /STEVE GALLANT
BDWBA competition 1st September 2017
Pam Owen, Jeanette Douglas, Mo Yeomans and Joy Cooke won the BDWBA M & B Trophy.
This is an annual day competition where all clubs in the Birmingham and District Bowling Association are invited to enter a rink. There were 7 clubs represented this year and the draw gave us 4 teams to play against.
The Ladies had a poor start and lost the first game but won the next 3 games – only team to win 3 out of their 4 so they won the Trophy.
AUGUST 2017 NEWS
20th August Congratulations to Ken Lane on winning the Open 2 Wood Competition. Ken beat Christine Dunn in the final. Pictured below are the competitors with Chris and Ken in front with the 2 wood trophy.
JUNE 2017 NEWS
Congratulations to Pam Owen who has progressed to the quarter final of the Warwickshire Women’s Bowling Association (WWBA) Unbadged Singles.
The unbadged singles was the first Warwickshire women’s competition to be played on a home and away basis until the final stage. It was originally created in 2004 to introduce an element of equal opportunity for ladies who were unable to participate in the Warwickshire weekday competitions due to work or study commitments – fortunately this has now changed.