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Crown Green Bowling League

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Welcome to Leyland and District Crown Green Bowling League.

In this web, you will find everything appertaining to the running of the League, inclusive of Fixtures, Results, League Tables, Divisional Merit Leaders, details of League Meetings, etc.

The majority of pages in this web can only be updated when Match Result Cards are received, please send them in a.s.a.p. You can send your results and player scores via the links in the Contact page.

For any Captain or bowler that might want to look at previous season stats, data files can be downloaded from the bottom of the navigation menu.
To be able to view the data files, you must first download and install the All But! Crown Green Bowling League Data System, (read the instructions on how to do this on the All But download page), then select the season data file you want to look at.

We hope that what you see you find informative, but, if you feel something is missing please contact us, and if possible we will try to accommodate.

Scroll down this page to see latest news and events.



*** NOTICEBOARD ***

TROPHIES

Teams and Merit Winners that received league trophies last/this season are reminded that they be returned in the first instance in a CLEAN and PRESENTABLE order.



DAWBER TROPHY

Hind's Head Bowling Club is seeking 32 entries for the Dawber Trophy One Day Competition.

The competition will be held on Sunday 28th September with start times at 11:00am, 11:45am, 12:30pm & 1:15pm

Cost of entry is 6.00p

For further details or to enter contact either Keith Higham on (01257) 423 999 or Jim Dawber on (01257) 452 214.



DOUBLES COMPETITION

Finals night of the doubles competition was played at Farington Conservative Club on Wednesday 17th September at 7:00pm, the results can be viewed in the "Doubles Competition" page.



KNOCK-OUT CUP

The final of the KO Cup was won by Hoghton A (210) when defeating Fulwood Con +79.5 (176.5) at Farington Conservative Club on Thursday, 11th September.



PRESENTATION EVENING

Presentation Evening will be held on Friday 31st October at Bamber Bridge & County Catholic Club (Brownedge), Aspden Street, Bamber Bridge PR5 6TL from 7:30pm.

To order tickets contact a member of the executive.



The next meeting is the A.G.M. and will be held on

Monday 17th November

at

Farington Conservative Club

Commence Time: 8:00pm

Any motions to be put to the A.G.M. must be put into writing (and seconded) and be in the hands of the secretary, no less than 14 days prior to this meeting.



MOTIONS RECEIVED THAT WERE DISCUSSED AT THE JANUARY MEETING.

  • League Fees.
    The Veterans League fee was increased to 30 per team.

  • Review the start time for Veterans League matches.
    Veterans League matches will now start at 1:30pm.

  • Knock-out Cup.
    The format for the Cup is to remain the same.
    Teams were reminded that 3 dates (not all of the same day) are to be given by the home team within 7 days of the draw taking place.




*** NEW ITEMS ***

WINTER LEAGUE BOWLING AT FOX LANE, LEYLAND.

Fox Lane B.C. are looking to resurrect their Winter Bowling League and are seeking 32 teams.

The season will start week commencing 29th September, with cut-off for entrants being 15th September.

All interested teams/players, for a registration form, rules and regulations for the competition or for further details please contact:

Roy Atkinson on (01772) 451 300 or (Mobile) 07958 908 340

REGISTER ASAP AS THE COMPETITION IS ON A FIRST COME BASIS.


PRESIDENTS DAY

CONGRATULATIONS GO TO STEVE EDWARDS ON WINNING THE PRESIDENT'S SHIELD.

Presidents Day was held at Hind's Head on Saturday, 19th July at 12 noon... see the days results.


A link to the new web for the Chorley Men's Veterans Bowling League has been added to the links page.



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PRESTON GUILD BOWLS COMPETITIONS
LADIES GUILD WADE CUP (FINALS DAY - LAST 8)
PLAYED AT FULWOOD CONSERVATIVE CLUB
SUNDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER AT 2:00PM.


QUARTER FINAL
Lillian Beck 21 v Wendy Walton 05
Cath Lockwood 21 v Kath Watkinson 09
Sylvia Bentham 21 v Celia Hollings 20
Marjorie Dransfield 21 v Josephine Dawber 15

SEMI FINAL
Lillian Beck 21 v Cath Lockwood 12
Sylvia Bentham 21 v Marjorie Dransfield 12

FINAL
Lillian Beck 21 v Sylvia Bentham 11




MEN'S GUILD TROPHY (FINALS DAY - LAST 8)
PLAYED AT FULWOOD CONSERVATIVE CLUB
SUNDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER AT 2:00PM.


QUARTER FINAL
Dave Darley 21 v Simon Hargreaves 16
Ian Penzer 21 v Lyndon Carr 13
Tim Houghton 21 v Lee Heaton 15
Jon Metters 21 v Mark Duxbury 11

SEMI FINAL
Dave Darley 21 v Ian Penzer 03
Tim Houghton 21 v Jon Metters 19

FINAL
Dave Darley 21 v Tim Houghton 18




JUNIOR'S GUILD TROPHY (FINALS DAY - LAST 8)
PLAYED AT FULWOOD CONSERVATIVE CLUB
SUNDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER AT 10:30AM.


QUARTER FINAL
Danny Parkinson 21 v Jack Marrow 15
Dean Butler 21 v Ben Blackburn 19
Sam Patterson 21 v Nick Dawson 10
Nathan Bamber 21 v Kieran Kershaw 14

SEMI FINAL
Danny Parkinson 21 v Dean Butler 14
Sam Patterson 21 v Nathan Bamber 12

FINAL
Danny Parkinson 21 v Sam Patterson 08

Guild Trophies photos kindly provided by Kevin Truby.



At the 2009 A.G.M.
President elect Mr Jeff Holland (right) presented retiring President
Mr Ken Hartley (left) with a silver salver to mark his term in office.

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Presentation to Mr John Gillooley (left), retiring President 2008.

At the 2008 A.G.M.
President elect Mr Ken Hartley (right) presented retiring President
Mr John Gillooly (left) with a silver salver to mark his term in office.



*** BOWLS SEMINARS ***
Seminars on the LAWS OF THE GAME of CROWN GREEN BOWLING in the Preston and Districts area are held on the Second Thursday of each month from October to March at Ashton Bowling Club, Egerton Road, starting at 7:30pm.

These seminars are held to help both new and experienced bowlers to gain a better knowledge of the Laws of the Game. They are NOT intended to be used as a recruitment programme to get more Referees.

It is to ALL bowlers' advantage to have knowledge of the Laws of the Game and especially to Captains, who usually act as Referees at a League match.

You will be given the opportunity to take the Referees Local Exam in March to test your knowledge, but this is purely voluntary.

The total cost for attending the seminars is 6:00p at the start, with a further 3:00p in March if you wish to sit the exam.

All bowlers will be made most welcome.