2022 Season

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President Carolyn Colwill 2021-22

Charity Game to start the season with Byeways Club

B. Team celebrate Chairman’s 80th

Congratulations to Joe, Nick, Brian and Gordon finally receiving their County Badge at Culm Vale on Monday 4th July following the 2 year delay

2019 Presentation

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Presidents Day 2019

Bowls football was the theme of the day and the weather was glorious. Madam President and Men’s Captain organised a fun day of entertainment. Light refreshment at “half time” of a cooling ice cream followed by a pooled tea at the end of play.
The Presidents chosen charity was “ Diabetes UK”

Presidents Team
Captains Team

President’s Day 2018

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2017 Season

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Invitation Game with Devon President
R. Ackland. J. Harris, L. Tennant, D. Quance. v C. Rockey. 17-20
C. Stairs, G. Cooper, B. Cunnold, M. Andrew. v C. Jones. 18-18
C. Skrzypczak, K. Chamberlain, D. Gilbey, A. Colwill. v. C. Healy. 18-13
M. Stairs, P. Harris, M. Adams, R. Reed. v. E. Edworthy. 13-23
B. Lawman, L. Powderly, C. Colwill, M. Trayhorn. v. M. Kirkland. 23-17
C. Shadrick, R. Skrzypczak, B. Joyner, M. Heard. v. Y. Meneer. 15-11

Overall scores. Bradworthy. 104. President. 102

Open Mixed Triples Sunday 2nd July

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The day was blessed with gorgeous weather. There were 22 teams taking part in the tournament. Lunch and tea was provided by Club members.

Ladies Benevolent Triples 2016

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In May this year Bradworthy Bowling Club hosted the annual Millennium Trophy evening where seven bowls clubs, namely Bideford Strand, Byeways, Combe Martin, South Molton, Torrington and United Services, play each other for this trophy.
The Millennium Trophy was originally set up by South Molton in 2000 with the aim of raising money for each clubs chosen charity.
This year Bradworthy decided that the Over and Above Cancer & Well Being Centre would be their nominated charity and with the proceeds from green fees, raffles and suppers from each of the seven clubs taking part a total of £1271.30 was raised.