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Week's Fixtures for Mon 13/5/19 to Sat 18/5/19
Mon 13/5/19 6.30pm

Div 4: Bray C FREE
Div 5: Bray D v Railway Union

Wed 15/5/19 2.30pm
LBLI Div 1: Crumlin v Bray
Thur 16/5/19 11.00am

Vets Div 1: Greenhills v Bray 1
Vets Div 2: Bray 2 v CYM
Vets Div 3: Bray 3 FREE

Sat 18/5/19 2.30pm

IBA Senior Cup: Bray A v Letterkenny
Div 2: Meath v Bray B


Home movie stills from 1988 now available 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 12/5/19

Tuesday last saw Bray C of Division 4 cruise to victory over visitors, Bank of Ireland. Unfortunately their Division 5 colleagues had the reverse experience against a powerful Crumlin side on their lush sward. On Thursday Vets 1 kept the good times rolling with a victory over visiting Crumlin. At Sportslink of Santry Vets 3 also managed a victory in the teeming rain (Eddie Morley never complained so much in his life). Later that day three Bray men took to their home green in the Marper Cup (singles). While Wally Doyle and Tommy Cahill were unsuccessful, Bryan Walshe did progress to the next round where he is drawn against A. Geary of Blackrock. In the same round two other Bray warriors will be at home, Eoghain Brady hosting Marcus Donohoe of Dun Laoghaire and Dave MacMahon, Richard Kelly of Crumlin. The injury-hit ladies team had a much-needed free week but their Robinson Cup four enjoyed no luck on Friday against Leinster and exited the competition. On Saturday our Division 1 representatives were turned over on the grass of Blackrock. In the league below, Bray B lost narrowly at home to Dun Laoghaire.

This Thursday will see Vets 1 try to keep the wins going at Greenhills, Vets 2 welcome CYM to Failte Park while Vets 3 enjoy a well-earned rest. In Division 1 on Saturday, Bray A will host the Smyths & Co from Leinster while Division 2's Bray B will fulfill what is always a tough fixture, playing Meath in Trim. The junior men play monday evenings at 6.30. Bray C of Division 4 will make the short trip to Dun Laoghaire and Division 5's Bray D host Westmanstown. Wednesday is Ladies' Day, with our Division 1 girls hoping to kick-start their season in their first home match, against Dun Laoghaire. Finally this week's club lotto winner was Breeda Keogh.

Your Reporter: Patrick Brosnan (Frank is away).


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.

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Failte Park, Adelaide Road, Bray, Co Wicklow.

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