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Phase III Green Re-opening Guidelines are here.

24th June 2020

Fellow Bowlers,

I hope this finds you all safe and well,

The Executive Committee met on Monday 22nd June and reviewed the arrangements for bowling that we implemented on 8th June.

The Committee expressed their satisfaction with matters generally and as a result are pleased to announce the following changes with effect from Monday 29th June 2020.

  1. Whilst play will be limited to 3 rinks the numbers playing on each rink can be up to 6 people (currently 4). The current timetable will continue.

  2. Members can now book their slot by completing the diary in the Kiosk. The diary has been set out in such a way to allow all names be entered.

  3. If a member comes down by chance and a time slot is free, he/she can play but he/she must enter their name(s) in the diary. This is to allow for contact tracing should it be necessary.

  4. Spectators are welcome from Monday 29th June but they must put their details in the Spectator/Visitor Book which will be available in the Kiosk. All spectators must sit on the seats around the green and maintain social distancing ie 2 persons per seat. This is to allow for contact tracing should it be necessary.

  5. Only one person a time should enter the Changing Rooms.

  6. The Clubhouse still remains closed.

  7. We will be running a 2 Bowl Pairs competition later in the summer and further details will follow.

Any member who has not yet paid their annual subscription and who wishes to bowl is asked to contact the club Treasurer Tiernan Kavangh in advance.

The Committee also passed the following as members –

Roisin Doherty

Mark Hughes

Zach Martin

I am sure you will all give them a great Cead Mile Failte when you meet them in the club.

Finally the Committee would like to express their thanks to Roddy O’Leary for taking all the bookings over the last 3 weeks.

The arrangements outlined above will be reviewed as the situation evolves.

Kind Regards,

Frank Devlin

Honorary Secretary


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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