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All Winter League Fixtures 2019-20 for Bray and Greystones are here.


Pictures from our 2019 club championship prize-giving in our gallery


International Open 2018 Q/F: Alex Marshall v Robert Paxton.

2018 Marshall v Paxton

So you think you know the rules...Paul Foster splits jack.

Some super bowling from the 2016 Australian Indoors Championship.

Latest News

Frankly Speaking, Sunday 1/3/20

Well, all good things come to an end. Unfortunately Bray "A" were defeated in the quarter final of the All Weather Bowling League last Saturday. They travelled to the plains of Kildare to the hamlet of Kilcock where they took on a star-studded CYM team. The lads from Dublin 6 proved too strong on the day and defeated Bray by 14 shots. The Bray rink of Peter Gough, Tommy Quinn, Eddie Kelly and Danny Heffernan put it up to the opposition and only lost their rink by 1 shot. CYM are determined to add the All Weather League to the Division 1 title they won last year. The semi finals of the AWBL are scheduled to take place in Bray next Saturday 7th March with a 11.00am start. Dun Laoghaire take on Leinster and CYM take on Crumlin. Come on down and see some top class bowlers in acton, admittedly in their winter woolies - never a pretty sight !!

The bowlers of Bray now turn their attention to the summer season which kicks off on the 18th April. The Men's Captain Tommy Murphy outlined his plans for the coming season at a meeting last week so expect practice sessions to beat the band and some new combinations to be tried out.

Your Reporter: Frank Devlin (hon sec).


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

We cater for beginners or more experienced bowlers and all ages and abilities, young and old are welcome. Lawn bowls is a competitive sport. It can be a team or singles sport and is a great way of enjoying the company of others. Most of our members played other sports such as soccer, gaelic football, hurling, tennis, golf etc before taking up bowls and 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.

Irish Lawn Bowls appearing on RTE's Winning Streak 2013.

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Failte Park, Adelaide Road, Bray, Co Wicklow.

Sat Nav 53.203,-6.102031

Map to Failte Park.

Map to Failte Park

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