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Covid-19

16/6/21: Bray Bowling Club is open for play but only to members and prospective members. The one exception is visiting bowlers for BLI chanpionship matches. The club is not participating in the usual league or cup competitions this summer. General rollups are held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 10.30am - all welcome, come early. Rink booking sheets are available in the hut adjacent to the green. These must be used for all other play. Matches will last for a maximum of 90 minutes. Time slots are 10am, 12, 2, 4 and 6, except Mondays or Fridays when no play is permitted before 2pm to allow for green maintenance. Please keep your social distance and wash your hands. Detailed guidelines for play can be found here.

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News

Bray Bowling News 20/9/21

This week sees the finals of the various club competitions for 2021. However, pride of place must go to Betty Keogh and Breeda Keogh who travelled to Skerries last weekend for the concluding stages of the LBLI Covid Championships. Betty and Breeda entered the 2 Bowl Pairs and in the semi final against a powerhouse Leinster team the Bray ladies emerged victorious after playing an extra end after the match finished 16/16 at the end of the normal 18 ends. In the final against CYM the Bray pair really found their mojo and in a display for the ages won 20/2. Well done to both and also well done to Terri McKeon and Bernie Traccey who travelled to Skerries to support the girls and who kept the members back in Bray updated with their progress.

This weekend the club finals are set to take place. The action starts on Saturday 25th September at 12 noon with the Mixed Trips Final and the Men's 4 Bowl Pairs taking place. At 2pm the Men's 4 Bowl Handicap kicks off and at 3pm the Ladies 2 Bowl Singles between Terri McKeon and Marge O'Leary brings the day's proceedings to an end. On Sunday 26th September the action begins at 11 am with the Men's and Ladies 2 Bowl pairs. At 1.30pm the Men's 2 Bowl Singles between Patrick Brosnan and Peter Gough is on and this is followed at 3pm with the two blue riband finals the Ladies and Men's Championship finals. These see Terri McKeon locking horns with Betty Keogh and Eoghain Brady taking on Eamonn Kennedy in the battle of the bankers. All are welcome to attend what will be a great weekend of bowling.

Frank Devlin, hon.sec.

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Getting Started

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

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.

Want to see kids learning bowls? Watch this Irish Federation video.

Want quick coaching lessons? Try these videos.

The club is committed to equality of opportunity in all our practices, policies and procedures.

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