Brentwood retained the Centenary Plate after a convincing win in the second leg of the annual friendly against Southend-based Essex County on Sunday 12th August 2018.
When Brentwood mayor Sheila Murphy made an official visit to Brentwood Bowling Club, she was expecting to have morning coffee and chat to some of the players taking part in the ladies’ annual gala day – an open triples competition.
Forty members of Brentwood Bowling Club took part in the annual Captains’ Day competition on Sunday 5th August.
Just two shots decided the result of this year’s annual mixed triples derby between Brentwood Bowling Club and Central Essex Bowling Club which concluded at their shared home in King George’s Playing Fields on Wednesday 1st August 2018.
Ted Vidler, Trevor Pedley and Alison Hare took part in the RHP Chelmsford Bowls Club open triples tournament on Sunday 29th July 2018 when they came within a whisker of collecting a prize.
The prospect of winning the Richards Trophy competition at Brentwood Bowling Club was a distant thought for Ken Collins.
Two days after their friendly win at Clacton, Brentwood Bowling Club players were back at the seaside on Sunday 15th July when they celebrated victory against Gildredge Park Bowling Club in Eastbourne.
Friday the 13th proved lucky for Brentwood Bowling Club triples teams in July 2018 when they visited Clacton for the annual friendly which they won by 34 shots. A dozen players made the journey to the Essex resort where many … Continue reading →
Upminster A have carried off the top trophy in Brentwood Bowling Club’s men’s annual invitation triples competition played at King George’s Playing Fields on Sunday 1st July 2018.
Brentwood Bowling Club men’s squad are through to the semi-final of this year’s BDBA Roger Burton Trophy after beating Harold Hill 100 – 68 on Saturday 30th June.