Monthly Archives September 2022

Independent review of bowls in Wales: Focus Group update

On behalf of BowlsWales and the National Governing Bodies for the Indoor, Outdoor, Short Mat and Crown Green forms of the game, we are pleased to be hosting a series of group discussion as part of this independent review.  This is a wide ranging review, covering multiple areas including: · Governance · Structure · Communications · Safeguarding  · Development · Performance · Coaching and officiating · PR and marketing · Equality, diversity and inclusion   Counsel Ltd ( is the company conducting this review.  This review represents a very important opportunity for those with an interest in bowls in Wales to articulate
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The Welsh Club Championship 2022 was played on Sunday 18th September at Brymbo Bowling Club. Referees on the day were Peter Hughes, Arthur Peake and Tom Lockyer. There were four teams in contention for the title – one from each area of North Wales and each the winner of their respective Area Cup. They were; Flintshire Area – represented by Mold Rec. BC, Glyndwr represented by Colwyn Bay British Legion, Gwynedd by Beaumaris BC and Wrexham by Cunliffe BC. The eight-a-side competition got underway with the players in the first half very evenly matched for most of their games. Good
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Para Home Nations

Wales started well against a strong England team on the pleasant Clarence Park greens and at one stage we’re ahead in 4 of the 7 games but in the end had to settle for 2 points after securing one win. It was a similar scenario in the second game against Scotland where Wales were looking good but once again, we faltered in the closing stages and instead of winning 9-5 we lost by that margin. The second day saw us put in a good performance against England to draw 6-6 and in the final set of matches against Scotland we
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