Members wanting to reserve a place at this year’s annual presentation dinner are being reminded that a £10 deposit must be paid to president Byron Davies by 7th July. The event – one of the major highlights of the club … Continue reading →
Brentwood Bowling Club are celebrating a major victory in the Essex County Double Fours competition after knocking out mighty Romford in the second round which was played one rink at home and one away on Tuesday 18th June. Brentwood won … Continue reading →
Brentwood Bowling Club are 11 shots down after the first leg of the Centenary Plate competition played at home on Sunday 16th June against Essex County. Four rinks of triples were in play for the friendly and the visitors won … Continue reading →
Brentwood Bowling Club entertained Stock for a four-rink friendly which ended in an honourable 67-shot draw on Thursday 13th June. Brentwood teams – Patrick Miller, Joan Stevenson, Byron Davies, and Marje Shute won 25 -6; Trevor Pedley, Colin Peak, Marion … Continue reading →
Brentwood Bowling Club won third place in the 2013 Arthur Bennett Memorial Trophy competition held at King George’s Playing Fields on Sunday 9th June.
Players are wanted for an internal mixed triples league planned to start early in July. If enough players are available, 10 weekdays and four bank holidays have been identified as possible dates for afternoon games. If you are interested, please … Continue reading →
Brentwood Bowling Club entertained Harold Hill for a four-rink friendly on Thursday 6th June. Both sides won on two rinks but the visitors finished the afternoon 21 shots ahead to gain a well-earned victory. There’s an old saying among bowlers … Continue reading →
This year’s annual presentation dinner will be held at The Eagle in Kelvedon Hatch on Saturday 2nd November. Full details are being sent out in a letter from club president Byron Davies who points out that numbers will be restricted … Continue reading →
Brentwood Bowling Club fielded a 20 players for a friendly at Stock on Saturday 1st June when the host club won by eight shots, with the overall scoreboard at 102 – 94. Five rinks were in play and Brentwood won … Continue reading →
Brentwood Bowling Club ladies bowed out of the national Top Club competition on Saturday 25th May despite finishing their second round games nine shots ahead overall.