Twenty members of Brentwood Bowling Club headed for the Essex coast on Friday 12th July for the annual friendly fixture against good friends from Clacton Bowling Club.
A Clockhouse player lost a white carrier bag at Brentwood on Tuesday 9th July. If it is found, his details are on the notice board. The bag contains a mobile phone and spectacles.
Players will be paying tribute to the memory of former club members Olive and George Richards when they compete for the Richards Trophy on Sunday 4th August at 2.30pm.
Club members are being invited to put their names forward for Captains’ Day which will be held on Sunday 11th August at 2.30pm.
Brentwood Bowling Club are through to the last 16 in the Essex County Double Fours competition after defeating Romford’s second team 43 – 32 in the latest round played one rink at home and one away on Friday 5th July.
The Ted Hasler Trophy competition due to be played at Brentwood Bowling Club on Sunday 7th July has been postponed due to player shortages.
Twenty-four bowls teams from across Essex converged on King George’s Playing Fields on Sunday 30th June for Brentwood Bowling Club’s annual men’s invitation triples competition.
Brentwood Bowling Club hosted a friendly against Ingatestone on Thursday 27th June when five rinks of triples were played.
Harold Hill have cancelled the Clockhouse League game against Brentwood on Friday 28th June.
Members of Brentwood Bowling Club men’s section are being invited to join the subs’ bench for the Invitation Triples day on Sunday 30th June. With 72 players due to take part, it’s possible that someone may be unavailable at the … Continue reading →