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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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Welsh Crown Green Bowling Assoc

Wales v Staffordshire Wales took their second County match win of the 2019 season when they played Staffordshire on Sunday 2nd June. The Home venue was Esclusham and the Away venue Heath Hayes Cons Club. Read more here.
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Welsh Crown Green Bowling Association

The first match of the Endsleigh County Championship 2019 was played on Sunday 5th May with Wales playing Greater Manchester. The Home venue was Broughton BC and the Away Aston CC. Read more about the day’s events here.
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IIBC WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT MERTHYR

Welsh players fared well in the IIBC World Bowls Championships at Merthyr Tydfil with 18 year old Jack Breen finishing runner up to Scotland’s Stewart Anderson in the Mens Singles event and there was also a runners up spot for Newport’s Kerry Packwood and Port Talbot star Mike Brain in the Mixed Pairs competition. Islwyn’s Amy Williams reached the semi final of the Ladies Singles competition and Merthyr Tydfil’s Pauline Price reached the last four in the Mixed Pairs event giving Wales 2 Silver Medals and 2 Bronze.
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Welsh Learning Disabilities Indoor Bowls Champions

Sunday 31st March saw the crowning of three Welsh Learning Disabilities Indoor Bowls Champions. L1 Classification – Cameron White ( Heatherton and Special Olympics West Wales) L2 Classification – Millie Campbell  (Cardiff Chameleons  and SO Cardiff and Vale) L3 Classification – John Lister (Radnorshire IBC ) Well done to all 36 competitors who took part in the first Welsh Learning Disability Indoor Bowls Singles Championship.   Some  tremendous bowling was witnessed by almost 90 competitors, supporters and officials at Cardiff Indoor Bowls Club on Sunday 31st March 2019. Bowlers from Pembroke, Radnorshire, Islwyn, Rhondda and Cardiff, took part in Round Robin
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