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Bray Bowling News 08/08/22

A very busy week on the rink following the break for the BLI Championships. On Tuesday last Division 4 made the trip to Sportslink and the locals, sporting a number of Junior BLI Championship winners, proved too strong. Division 5 maintained their grip on top spot after picking up 4 points away to CYM. The ladies travelled to Crumlin on Wednesday and the juggernaut from Dublin 12 proved to be a bridge too far. On Thursday Vets 1 suffered a surprise setback against Herbert Park but are still hanging tough at the top of the league. Vets 2 had a good win at home to CYM to keep their outside hopes of silverware alive. In a humdinger of a match in North Kildare Vets 3 stole 3 points to remain in top spot. Thanks to North Kildare for the wonderful hospitality before and after the game. Vets 4 were at home to CYM where the legend that is Pat Brett made his seasonal debut after a long term knee injury. Pat's heroics were not enough to carry the day. On Saturday, Division 1 took 5 points home from Dun Laoghaire where newcomers Brendan Adamson, Ritchie Doyle and Shane Martin contributed handsomely. Division 2 got 5.5 points at home to Crumlin which will help in their effort to avoid the dreaded drop.

This week sees Vets 1 and 3 at home to Crumlin and CYM respectively, whilst Vets 2 and 4 travel to Shankill and North Kildare. Saturday sees Division 1 travel to lock horns with CYM 'B' and Division 2 host Clontarf. Next Monday sees Division 4 make the short trip to Greystones and Division 5 have home advantage against Kenilworth. The club championships are ongoing and some big fish have been reeled in and will be watching proceedings from the bank !! Never a dull moment.

Frank Devlin, hon.sec.

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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.

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