The game with Newton Abbot was played in good spirit, unfortunately they proved the better of us by winning four of the five games.
Best wishes to the Men for their game on Saturday 6th August @ 10.00a.m . playing home in the Quarter Finals for the County Top Club against Newton Abbot
Section 1 Mens Top Club Final played at United Services Wednesday 20th July
Bradworthy V Great Torrington
Very close finish Two singles winning and Triples decider on the last end, winning 3 games out of the five.
Best Wishes to Carolyn Skrzypcak & Rose Reed in the Ladies Pairs, Section Finals. Paul Sweetland & Alan Strawson in the unbadged Mens Pairs
Good Luck for Sunday 24th July
Bradworthy Bowling Club is situated in a quiet area on the outskirts of Bradworthy, a small rural village in the heart of north Devon. The club was officially opened in July 1985 and is owned and maintained by the members. There is easy parking available. Club Members play both men’s, ladies and mixed leagues and has an active social side that ensures all members and visitors are made welcome.
We are located in the beautiful North Devon countryside in the village of Bradworthy which has numerous amenities to serve the community. We are around 20 miles from Barnstaple, 15 miles from Bideford and 10 miles from Bude on the picturesque North Cornwall coast. The club is owned and maintained by the members which numbers around 70. We have a six-rink green, spacious clubhouse with kitchen and bar facilities, a small car park and ample road parking. Visitors and new members can be assured of a warm welcome and for new members we offer a first year trial membership at a greatly reduced fee. We are able to offer new bowlers advice and tuition and have numerous sets of bowls available to try. We hold an Open/Taster Day in early May for anyone interested in playing the game of bowls. For more information please contact any of the officers listed under the Committee heading either by telephone or e-mail.
For a number of years there was a feeling that a bowling club would be an asset to the parish, something that all ages of ladies and gentlemen could use. A public initial meeting was held in 1980 to discuss the issue. In 1984 it became possible to obtain a site in Langdon Road. Read More …