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Club Championship Finals - Weekend of Sat 21-22/9/19

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Images

Pictures from the BLI Open Cup final held at Bray in our gallery

Videos

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, Wednesday 18/9/19

The final competitive game of the season took place in glorious weather last Saturday as our Division 1 team hosted Crumlin. The visitors who were already guaranteed second place left Bray with 6 points. The Bray point was gained by Tommy Cahill's rink who had Alan Rath contributing handsomely. In relation to an end of season report it was very much a mixed bag with room for improvement written on a few report cards. Both Division 1 and 2, it must be said whilst avoiding relegation, were very much fighting an uphill battle and both finished in the bottom regions of their leagues. Division 4 finished midway and Division 5 in the bottom region. Credit to Owen Byrne, the non-playing captain of Division 5, who took his duties seriously and mentored the new-comers to the club ie Colm Clifford, John Corbett and Michael Doyle very successfully. Our Ladies who plyed their trade in Division 1 whilst surviving to fight another day experienced major problems during the season and need to look carefully at the situation for next year. Our 3 Vets teams all performed heroically with Vets 2 finishing in second place to ensure Bray will be mentioned in despatches at the forthcoming BLI Dinner and presentation.

Next weekend, as they say, all roads lead to Rome with the finals of all the club championships. The blue riband events of the club year sees Brian Walshe take on Walter Doyle in the Men's Championship Final on Saturday at 11.00am and Breeda Keogh taking on Jean Kane in the Ladies Championship Final at 3.00pm on Sunday. The action continues on Saturday with the Club Mixed Trips Final at 2.30pm and the Men's 4 Bowl Pairs, Handicap Singles and Ladies 2 Bowl Pairs all commencing at 3.00pm. Sunday at 2.30pm sees the Men's 2 Bowl Pairs, the Ladies 2 Bowl Pairs and the Men's 2 Bowl Singles all start . Finally congrats to Dick Fowler on winning the lotto this week.

Your Reporter: Frank Devlin (hon sec).

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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.

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