Monthly Archives September 2019

WELSH CROWN GREEN BOWLING ASSOCIATION

The Welsh Club Championship 2019 was held on Sunday 15th September at Grove Park BC, Rhyl. This year the clubs were Coed Talon, Llay, Min Y Don and Blaenau Ffestiniog, all winners of their Area Cups. WCGBA President, Dave Mathias was our host along with Deputy Simon Walker and other Members of the WCGBA Management. The referees were DT Evans, Alan Davies and Arthur Peake. It was evident from the start that Llay were up for a victory. In the first round they played Coed Talon. The first few games began evenly enough with John Bonatti and Ritchie Jamieson playing
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Junior County Championship 2019

Junior County Championship 2019 WELSH CROWN GREEN BOWLING ASSOCIATION The final game, for our young players, in the Junior County championship was played on Sunday 8th September with the Home venue at Llanfair PG BC and the Away leg at Woodfield Sports and Social in Staffordshire. This was an important game for the team in order to maintain their inclusion in their group and they delivered in spades. At Home, with host WCGBA President, Dave Mathias everyone was treated to some outstanding play from both sides. Our Referee was Evelyn Hastings ( Lancs.) ably assisted by DT Evans and Ian
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BowlsWales achieves the Equality Standard for Sport Foundation Award

BowlsWales, the co-ordinating body for bowls in Wales have been recognised for their commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, by achieving the Equality Standard for Sport Foundation Award. The Equality Standard is awarded to sporting organisations that have demonstrated progress towards diversity across their staff, board, members, coaches and participants, maintained an inclusive approach throughout the organisations’ functions, policies and procedures as well as planning and developing initiatives to address each protected characteristic. Alun Jones, Chair of BowlsWales said: “I am a passionate believer that everyone should be treated equally and with respect. This process has helped to highlight the progress
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