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9/10/21: Bray Bowling Club is open for play. The club has two teams in this year's Winter League, playing on Saturday mornings at 11am. General rollups are held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 11.00am - all welcome, come early. Rink booking sheets are available in the hut adjacent to the green and must be used for all other rollups. Matches will last for a maximum of 90 minutes. Time slots are 10am, 12, 2, 4 and 6, except Mondays or Fridays when no play is permitted before 2pm to allow for green maintenance. Please keep your social distance and wash your hands.

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Bray Bowling News 10/01/22

The competitive action on the rink resumed last Saturday when Bray "B" returned to action in the Winter League with a home game against CYM. Whilst not at their best the Bray gang defeated the team from Terenure, 4 points to 1, to maintain their position at the top of their section with 4 games to go. The Bray crew are away to Kenilworth next Saturday. The "A" squad are back in action next Saturday with a home game against the Leinster Lions. This is a big game as the team are in a very competitive section.

Also resuming this Wednesday is the famous Wednesday League where John Cheevers will be hoping to win the spring league and become a double winner having won the Christmas title.

Frank Devlin, hon.sec.

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Getting Started

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The club is open all year round with our all-weather green and new members are very welcome.

We cater for beginners or more experienced bowlers. People of all ages and abilities are welcome. Lawn bowls can be a team or singles sport and is a great way of enjoying the company of others. It is a competitive sport, most of our members played other sports such as soccer, gaelic football, hurling, tennis, golf etc before taking up bowls. They are aged from their late teens to late eighties. Bowls is a sport for all people - the club has both Ladies' and Men's Sections. To get started phone Frank on 086 353 4673 or Bernedette on 086 384 2709.

Want to see kids learning bowls? Watch this Irish Federation video.

Want quick coaching lessons? Try these videos.

The club is committed to equality of opportunity in all our practices, policies and procedures.

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