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29 July 2021                  NOTICE OF CNCELLATION

                          

LUNCHEON scheduled for 8th October 2021

Unfortunately it has been necessary to cancel the Annual Luncheon due to be held
at Wensum Valley Hotel due to lack of support and we were near to the point where cancellation charges would be imposed. It is hoped that an alternative event can be arranged nearer the time when perhaps the Covid situation will have further eased and members will be able to get together.

27 July 2021        BENEVOLENT TRIPLES

BENEVOLENT TRIPLES FINALS

Wednesday 28th July

                           at R G CARTER 9-30 for 10am

Club Tops Club Stickers

THORPE REC/CARTERS

 

NORTHWOLD

S Hilliard

 

A Halls

M Wilson

 

G Howlett

B Venn

17v12

M Carter

CARTERS/ NORFOLK B C

 

SWAFFHAM

S Hunter

 

S Malyon

J Chapple

 

C Haworth-Wood

B Whitehead

15v13

T Scarffe

SHOULDHAM

 

GORLESTON LINKS

C Lewis

 

J Clements

G Rye

 

P Ashbee

E Dawson

13v9

S Evans

MARTHAM

 

ALDISS PARK

S Faircloth

 

B Scott

S Moore

E Donovan

 

13v14

S Frost

I Lambert

 

Semi Final

B Venn         12             v         13      B Whitehead

E Dawson         4             v           28            I Lambert    

FINAL

B Whitehead       11          v          10       I Lambert         

 

 

25 July 2021        ANOTHER WIN FOR TEAM NORFOLK

WELL DONE TO OUR JOHNS TEAM
WINNING 118 / 86 TO ESSEX on 24
th July at Stowmarket

L Cannell, M Hunt, D Wright, A Barker Sk 23 (S Bloomfield 15) E O’Hanlon, M Morton, T Scarffe, S King Sk 22 (B Bowyer 16) P English, L Knights, J Webster, B Whitehead Sk 8 (E Pitts 14) C Turner, A Morton, S Curtis, C Webb Sk 18 (R Smith 13)

A Tickner, J Adams, B Meeks, J Kirby Sk 22 (S Madgewick 18) L Barber, K Carrick, A Chalk, J Devitt Sk 25 (C Moss 10_

This takes us through to the Regional Final on Saturday 7th August against Cambridgeshire. Details to be advised

 21 July 2021        CONGRATULATIONS

TO OUR AMY ROSE AND WALKER CUP TEAMS ON BOTH WINNING THROUGH
TO THE SEMI-FINALS
AT LEAMINGTON IN SEPTEMBER

RESULTS

 

AMY ROSE - Norfolk 47 Leicestershire 33

Ellie Johnson, Lauren Siely, Connie Dowe, Jenna Slaughter (Sk) 20 (K Bowan 14) Martia Linford, Emily Chalk, Gemma Siely, Shannon Tucker (Sk) 27 (A Atkin 19)

WALKER CUP

R Willgress, A Barker, S King, K Rednall (Sk)

E O’Hanlon, A Chalk, J Kirby, J Devitt (Sk)

10 a.m             Norfolk 46 Suffolk 37

J Devitt 20 C Bernard 21

 K Rednall 26 J Rowe 16

2.30 p.m.        Norfolk 48 Essex 30

J Devitt 17 R Smith 17

K Rednall 31 B Bowyer 13

WELL DONE EVERYONE !

 

 

15 July 2021        WALKER CUP  FINALS

 

SUNDAY 18TH JULY  at Wellingborough Bowls Club

 

TEAM

 

R Willgress A Barker S King K Rednall (Sk)

E O'Hanlon A Chalk J Kirby J Devitt (Sk)

 

Reserves  :  C Turner    B Whitehead

 

Norfolk -v- Suffolk at 10 a.m. Winner to play either Essex or Cambs at 2.00 p.m.

 

GOOD LUCK !

 

 15 July 2021        AMY ROSE REGIONAL FINAL

 

 

Norfolk -v- Leicestershire

Sunday 18th July at Hemingford Grey B. C. Huntingdonshire (PE28 9BX)



Team Selection :



Martia Linford (Acle) Emily Chalk (Mundford) Gemma Siely (Acle) Shannon Tucker (Freethorpe) (Sk)

Ellie Johnson (NBC) Lauren Siely (Acle) Connie Dowe (Martham) Jenna Slaughter (NBC) (Sk)

 

The winners of this match will play in the Finals at Leamington on 5th September.

 

GOOD LUCK !

 

15 July 2021        JOHNS TROPHY WIN

 

Match played at Haddenham on Saturday 10th July

Norfolk 112 Northants 111



L Cannell M Hunt D Wright A Barker (SK) 15 (A M Walters 18)

L Barber K Carrick A Chalk J Devitt (Sk) 26 (Y McKee 23)

A Tickner J Adams B Meeks J Kirby (Sk) 25 (R Houghton 15)

P English J Webb J Webster B Whitehead (Sk) 18 (H Sharpe 15)

L Knights M Morton T Scarffe S King (SK) 12 (A Dring 20)

C Turner A Morton S Curtis C Webb (Sk) (R Wigfield 20)

 

WELL DONE!

 

Next match will be against Essex on Saturday 24th July. Details not yet available

 

 12 July 2021        Amy Rose Regional final

 

AMY ROSE REGIONAL FINAL

Norfolk -v- Leicestershire

Sunday 18th July at Hemingford Grey B. C. Huntingdonshire (PE28 9BX)

 

Team Selection :

 

Martia Linford (Acle) Emily Chalk (Mundford) Gemma Siely (Acle) Shannon Tucker (Freethorpe) (Sk)

Ellie Johnson (NBC) Lauren Siely (Acle) Connie Dowe (Martham) Jenna Slaughter (NBC) (Sk)

 

The winners of this match will play in the Finals at Leamington on 5th September.

 

GOOD LUCK !

 12 July 2021        Johns trophy Win

 

JOHNS TROPHY WIN

Match played at Haddenham on Saturday 10th July

Norfolk 112 Northants 111

 

L Cannell M Hunt D Wright A Barker (SK) 15 (A M Walters 18)

L Barber K Carrick A Chalk J Devitt (Sk) 26 (Y McKee 23)

A Tickner J Adams B Meeks J Kirby (Sk) 25 (R Houghton 15)

P English J Webb J Webster B Whitehead (Sk) 18 (H Sharpe 15)

L Knights M Morton T Scarffe S King (SK) 12 (A Dring 20)

C Turner A Morton S Curtis C Webb (Sk) (R Wigfield 20)

 

WELL DONE!

 

Next match will be against Essex on Saturday 24th July. Details not yet available

 9 July 2021        Rinks Semi finals rearrangement

 

Rinks semi-finals we’re cancelled tonight, green water logged.
They will now be played 6pm on Monday evening. The Singles
Semi-final was able to be played the winner was K Rednall 21-16.

7July 2021        Benevolent Triples Finals

 

Wednesday 28th July

                           at R G CARTER 9-30 for 10am

Club Tops Club Stickers

THORPE REC/CARTERS

 

NORTHWOLD

S Hilliard

 

A Halls

M Wilson

 

G Howlett

B Venn

v

M Carter

CARTERS/ NORFOLK B C

 

SWAFFHAM

S Hunter

 

S Malyon

J Chapple

 

C Haworth-Wood

B Whitehead

v

T Scarffe

SHOULDHAM

 

GORLESTON LINKS

C Lewis

 

J Clements

G Rye

 

P Ashbee

E Dawson

v

S Evans

MARTHAM

 

ALDISS PARK

S Faircloth

 

B Scott

S Moore

E Donovan

 

v

S Frost

I Lambert

 

 

6 July 2021      Revised  Semi & finals weekend 2021

 

FRIDAY 9th July 6pm at R G CARTER'S

 

White's Club Tops Club Stickers

 

Snacks will be available to order

 

RINKS semi-finals

 

Downham Club

 

Swaffham Town

Norfolk B C

 

Shouldham

P English

 

S Malyon

E Johnson

 

E Button

D Evans

 

A Chambers

L Knights

 

C Lewis

H Garner

 

J Dearman

J Webster

 

G Rye

P Farnham

v

T Scarffe

B Whitehead

v

E Dawson

 

RINKS FINAL  Monday 12th 6pm

 

4 WOOD SINGLES Semi-final Friday 9th  6pm

NORFOLK B C                NORFOLK B C

K Rednall        v         R Willgress

 

Sunday 11th July 10 for 10-30am

 

4 WOOD SINGLES Semi-final

COUNTY ARTS                    SWAFFHAM

C Turner            v         A Chambers

 

UNBADGED SINGLES Semi-Finals

GORLESTON LINKS          NORFOLK B C

S Evans           v              J Slaughter

 

THORPE REC                ST LAWRENCE

M Wilson          v              C Johnson

 

Champion of Champions

HOLT                     NORFOLK B C            ACLE            GORLESTON LINKS

K Cottington       v          B Whitehead             B Meeks        v         A Tickner

 

FINALS of Singles 1pm approx

 

 

UNBADGED PAIRS Semi-Final 10 for 10-30am

CAISTER                           MARTHAM

F Hendrick                              C Dowe

J Cockrill              v                J Crosby

 

 

PAIRS SEMI-FINALS 3-30PM

 

ALDISS PARK                 ST LAWRENCE

B Scott                           C Johnson

I Lambert             v            M Hunt

 

 

 

REFRESHMENTS Will be available all day Sunday and Monday.

 

MONDAY 12th JULY at R G CARTER

 

10 FOR 10-30am

 

TRIPLES Semi-Finals

 

NORFOLK B C

 

GT PLUMSTEAD

ALDISS PARK

 

ACLE

K Carrick

 

P Scott

B Scott

 

L Cannell

S King

 

E Evans

S Frost

 

B Meeks

J Devitt

v

L Barber

I Lambert

v

J Kirby

 

UNBADGED PAIRS Semi-final

 

C Johnson                     P Ashbee

P Wood              v           S Evans

 

TRIPLES FINAL 2pm

 

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CORONATION TRIPLES 2-30pm

 

GORLESTON LINKS

 

GORLESTON LINKS

GORLESTON LINKS

 

WOOTTON PARK

A Tickner

 

C Baxter

J Willeard

 

J Hudson

K Smith

 

P Ashbee

S Moretta

 

C Abbott

P Smith

v

S Evans

J Adams

v

J Watson

 

CORONATION TRIPLES Final 6pm

 

 

________________________________v________________________________

 

RINKS Final 6pm

 

 

______________________________ _v________________________________

 

PAIRS Semi-final 6pm

C Turner                            E O'Hanlon

S R Curtis           v             R Willgress

FINAL to be Confirmed

 

UNBADGED PAIRS Final to be confirmed

 

 

3 July 2021        WALKER CUP WIN

 

Norfolk -v- Leicestershire at St Neots - 3rd July 

 

R Willgress A Barker S King K Rednall Sk 22 (P Walker 12)

E O'Hanlon A Chalk J Kirby J Devitt Sk 20 (L Green 14)

 

WELL DONE !

 

Next Match - Regional Finals at Wellingborough B C on Sunday 18th Jul

 

28 June 2021        MARK ROYAL @ COUNTY ARTS

 

County Arts B C Thurs 1st July
Mark Royal there 11am till 6pm
Also Q/F of Ladies County Singles
2pm 1 game 6pm 3 games.


27 June 2021        SENIOUR FOURS AND JUNIOR SINGLES FINALS

 

Senior 4s and Junior Singles,
Sunday 4th July at R G Carter’s
10 for 10-30am Bar will be open
Tea, Coffee, Sausage Rolls and  
Filled rolls will be available.

 

19 June 2021        JUNIOR 2-WOOD PAIRS & 2-WOOD SINGLES FINALS

 

2 Wood Singles Finals were played today

Winner was Jackie Devitt Norfolk B C.                                                                                                 R-up Elaine Donovan Martham B C.

Junior Pairs Winners

Ellie Johnson Emily O'Hanlon Norfolk B C.

R-up Martia Linford Gemma Siely Acle B C.

The Winners will play in National Final's

 

18 June 2021        AMY ROSE

NORFOLK  36 – HUNTS  30

 

Emily Chalk, Gemma Siely, Emily O’Hanlon, Anna Chalk    19  - 19 (Moorby)

Ellie Johnson, Jenna Slaughter, Rebecca Willgress, Katherine Rednall  17 – 11 (Purell)

 

The next game will be at the Regional Finals on Sunday 18th July at Grantham

 

 

18 June 2021                 Coffee morning cancellation

 

 CANCELLATION
The COFFEE MORNING
scheduled for Saturday 17th July at Gorleston Links B.C.

has reluctantly been cancelled.

 

18 June 2021                 Johns Trophy & Walker Cup

                 

JOHNS TROPHY

Norfolk –v- Northamptonshire

Saturday 10th July 2021 at 1.30 p.m. – at Haddenham Bowls Club Cambs

 

TEAM

L Cannell (1)  M Hunt (2)  D Wright (3)  A Barker (Sk)

E O’Hanlon (1)  M Morton (2)  T Scarffe (3)  S King (Sk)

A Tickner (L)  J Adams (2)  B Meeks (3)  J Kirby (Sk)

L Barber (L)  K Carrick (2)  A Chalk (3)  J Devitt (Sk)

P English (L)  L Knights (2)  J Webster (3)  B Whitehead (Sk)

C Turner (L)  A Morton (2)  S Curtis (3)  C Webb (Sk)

 

Reserves :- K Cottington  J Webb  P Smith

 

__________________________________________________________________

 

WALKER CUP

Norfolk –v- Leicestershire

Saturday 3rd July 2021 at 12.30 p.m. – at St Neots Bowls Club Cambs

 

TEAM

R Willgress  (L)   S King (2)   J Devitt  (3)  K Rednall (Sk)

E O’Hanlon (L)    J Kirby (2)   A Chalk (3)  C Webb (Sk)

 

Reserves :  L Knights   A Barker     Non-Travelling  C Turner

 

10 June 2021                 Friendly Matches 2021

 

 

Can you please post the following on the Ladies' Section of the Web -

 

Friendly Matches 2021



All 2021 Friendly Fixtures have been cancelled due to lack of support. Those who have put their name forward have been informed.

 

 

 

Dawn

 

 

 

29 May 2021                 TRIPLES QUARTER FINALS

 

 

at COUNTY ARTS Friday 4th at 2pm

 

Bernadette Scott                        Jenny Willeard

Susan Frost                             Sue Moretta

Irene Lambert              v          Sharon Evans

 

Lynne Cannell                           Ann Halls     

  Barbara Meeks                          Gillian Howlett

   Jenny Kirby              v             Mary Carter

 

   County Arts 6pm

 

Beryl Lunt                               Kay Carrick

Alexis Brand                             Suzanne King

Shirley Jones              v          Jackie Devitt

 

Louise Knights                        Pauline Scott

Joyce Webster                         Eve Evans

Brenda Whitehead         v            Lilian Barber

 

25 May 2021                 Amy Rose

Norfolk –v- Hunts

Saturday 12th June 2021 at Wymondham Dell B.C. – 1 for 1.30 p.m.

 

Team

 

L          Emily Chalk                              L          Ellie Johnson

2          Gemma Siely                          2,         Jenna Slaughter

3.         Emily O’Hanlon                       3.         Rebecca Willgress

Sk        Anna Chalk                              Sk        Katherine Rednall

 

Reserves  :   Martia Linford    Lauren Siely                                        

 

 

 

12 May 2021                 return to play Guidance for Step3 May 2021

 

 

This is also on the Bowls England website https://www.bowlsengland.com/coronavirus-guidance/

Return to Play: Step Three

Issued: 10 May 2021

Bowls has a big role to play in providing fun, local, outdoor activity as the lockdown restrictions continue to ease. We have been delighted to share some great stories of clubs opening their doors over the past few weeks, welcoming back old friends and introducing some new faces to our sport.

At each stage of the government’s roadmap, in preparing our guidance for affiliated clubs and counties, we have been driven by three key principles:

1.     Providing a safe environment for participants to enjoy our sport

2.     Maximising participation

3.     Empowering clubs and counties to adopt a flexible approach to the organisation of activity

At Steps 1 and 2 of the government’s roadmap, we have endeavoured to strike a responsible balance between those key principles. It has been great to see the confidence that has built amongst the bowling community over the last few weeks and we thank our affiliated clubs for their support in adhering to the guidance.

In accordance with its roadmap, the government has now announced its plans to move to Step 3 from Monday 17 May, and in line with the government’s announcement we are delighted to confirm the following:

1.     All restrictions on formats and numbers for organised activity under the jurisdiction of Bowls England will be removed.

2.     Car sharing, spectators and indoor hospitality will be permitted

This latest announcement is a great step forward for our sport, as we expect the majority of clubs to be able to operate in a fairly normal manner from Monday 17 May. All participants and clubs are encouraged to review our ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ for more information on specific items that will have been addressed earlier in the government roadmap.

We recognise that the restrictions on car sharing and spectators in particular have presented challenges for some clubs and players and, like other sports, made representation to government on behalf of our affiliated clubs. We are therefore delighted that these will be permitted from Monday 17 May.

With growing confidence among players returning to the sport and a high number of participants vaccinated, we are also pleased to confirm that all restrictions regarding the number of players on the green at any one time will be removed from Monday 17 May. We would encourage clubs to plan sessions with reduced capacity for those who may still be building their confidence in returning to the club environment.

This latest announcement is a fantastic boost for the 600 affiliated clubs who are running events during Bowls’ Big Weekend. This national initiative is under 3 weeks away and promises to be a fantastic showcase for our sport. The easing of restrictions will hopefully see more people coming to clubs up and down the country to try our sport for the first time. You can still register your event here.

This latest ‘return to play’ guide will be valid until Step 4 (no earlier than Monday 21 June).

We recommend that all clubs consider this document together with the government guidance. All items may be adapted as necessary to meet your club’s specific circumstances, so long as your actions remain consistent with government advice and social distancing requirements.

If your club is not affiliated to Bowls England, please email us at clubs@bowlsengland.com and we can take you through the affiliation process, including connecting you with your County Association.

This guidance is applicable from Monday 17 May and replaces all previous guidance that we have issued.

At Step 4 (Monday 21 June at the earliest) we expect all restrictions to be lifted. We shall update our guidance to affiliated clubs once the government has confirmed the country is moving to Step 4 (a decision is expected on Monday 14 June).

As the picture is now clearer, and with the season underway, we will be spending time over the coming weeks exploring the delivery of the National Finals at Victoria Park from Thursday 19 August to Sunday 5 September inclusive and will advise on plans as soon as they are developed.

We want to thank everyone in the bowls community for their patience and diligence over the past year. It has been a difficult time for everyone and now, as the country opens up, we can all share excitement at the prospect of normality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contents

Step 3: Monday 17 May – Key points................................................................................................ 4 Format of Play................................................................................................................................... 4

Social Interaction .............................................................................................................................. 4 Equipment ........................................................................................................................................ 4 Spectators ......................................................................................................................................... 5 Travel ................................................................................................................................................ 5 Changing rooms ................................................................................................................................ 5 Coaching ........................................................................................................................................... 5 Hygiene ............................................................................................................................................. 5 Hospitality......................................................................................................................................... 5

Frequently asked questions ............................................................................................................... 6 Does guidance on face coverings apply for playing bowls? .............................................................. 6

Do I need to be vaccinated to participate in outdoor bowls? ........................................................... 6

Can we provide refreshments? ......................................................................................................... 6

Can we open the changing rooms and toilets? ................................................................................. 6

Are spectators allowed? ................................................................................................................... 6

Are club meetings permitted? .......................................................................................................... 6

Is greens maintenance work permitted? .......................................................................................... 6

Can I travel to take part in the sport of bowls?................................................................................. 6

Is coaching permitted?...................................................................................................................... 6

What should we do to keep facilities and equipment clean? ........................................................... 7

What advice do you have to maintain hygiene? ............................................................................... 7

Will there be different local restrictions? ......................................................................................... 7

What activities can disable people take part in? ............................................................................ 7

Where disabled people need support from a carer or personal assistant during activity, will this be allowed, e.g. a visually impaired bowler? ......................................................................................... 7

Do I need to maintain social distancing if I'm working with a disabled person who needs support? 7 What are the test and trace regulations? ......................................................................................... 8 Elite sport.......................................................................................................................................... 8

Additional Information ..................................................................................................................... 9 Organised sport ................................................................................................................................ 9

Roadmap Timeline ............................................................................................................................ 9 Useful Links..................................................................................................................................... 10

Step 3: Monday 17 May – Key points

From Monday 17 May until Step 4, the following applies to outdoor lawn bowls:

·       Play is permitted in accordance with the format of play below

·       Bowls coaching and other curriculum-based activity is permitted

·       Greens maintenance is permitted

·       Car sharing is permitted in accordance with government guidance

·       Spectators are permitted in accordance with social distancing rules and social gathering

limits (no more than group of 30 outdoors)

·       Clubhouses and facilities that serve both indoor and outdoor hospitality are permitted in

accordance with government guidance. Social distancing rules and social gathering limits

must be strictly adhered to.

·       Changing rooms can be opened in accordance with the guidance on page 5

·       Clubs are advised to continue with pre-booking systems

Format of Play

Organised sport

Informal activity

Singles – Use of every rink (marker permitted) Pairs – Use of every rink
Triples – Use of every rink
Fours – Use of every rink

Up to 30 people per session

 

Any combination of formats may be played under the ‘organised sport’ exemption, therefore the maximum number of participants on a six-rink outdoor green for ‘organised’ activity at any one time is 48. Clubs with less or additional rink capacity may amend figures accordingly.

Social Interaction

Social interaction before and after play should only take place in separate and distinct groups consisting of up to 30 people. We recognise that each club is different and may wish to set its own limit for numbers of people off the green at any one time.

Equipment

We would advise players to avoid using shared equipment whenever possible – players are advised to have their own mat/jack during any session. If you are sharing equipment, for example jacks/mats, practise strict hand hygiene including sanitisation after using any shared equipment. Should measuring be necessary, players (or marker if used) must use their own measure.

The following items can be utilised during any session:

·       Mat

·       Bowls

·       Jack

·       Rink markers

·       Gloves

·       Scorecards (these should be retained by one person only if required)

·       Bowling arm/lifter (for use by one person only if required) Bowling aids (for players with a disability if required)

 

The following items are deemed optional – it is for individual clubs to permit their use or otherwise:

·       Scoreboards

·       Bowls pushers

·       Ditch markers

·       2m distance sticks

·       Chalk (Spray chalk only)

Spectators

Spectators for all outdoor sports are permitted at Step 3, but need to adhere to social distancing rules and social gathering limits (groups of 30 outdoors). This number is in addition to those who are participating on the green.

Travel

Car sharing will be permitted in Step 3 for all sports. The guidance for safer travel will be updated ahead of Step 3 to provide further information about this.

Changing rooms

Changing rooms can be opened, but participants should be encouraged to avoid or minimise use where possible. Participants should socially distance whilst in changing rooms. Subject to available space, more than one household can use changing facilities at one time but they must not mix and must adhere to capacity limits set by the club. Face coverings should be worn at all times when indoors. Use of these areas for essential activity, such as provision of first aid or access to essential equipment for training and matches, is allowed. Toilet facilities can also open.

Coaching

Bowls coaching and other curriculum-based activity is permitted.

Hygiene

We recommend using hand sanitiser at regular intervals, especially if you have to touch communal surfaces or equipment. Once you are home, remember to wash your hands thoroughly.

Hospitality

Clubhouses and facilities that serve food and drink can open. In Step 3, both indoor and outdoor hospitality will be permitted. The guidance on hospitality settings will be updated ahead of Step 3 to provide further information about this. People using clubhouses and hospitality facilities must adhere to legal gathering limits and wider government guidance for hospitality.

 

Frequently asked questions

Does guidance on face coverings apply for playing bowls?

You’re not required to wear face coverings while taking part in the sport of outdoor bowls. Sport England advises that all forms of face coverings may restrict breathing efficiency and should not be used during exercise unless your doctor advises it.

Do I need to be vaccinated to participate in outdoor bowls?

There is currently no requirement from government for participants to have been vaccinated and clubs are advised not to restrict access to our sport to anyone who has not yet received the vaccine.

Can we provide refreshments?

Clubhouses and facilities that serve food and drink can open. In Step 3, both indoor and outdoor hospitality will be permitted. The guidance on hospitality settings will be updated ahead of Step 3 to provide further information about this. People using clubhouses and hospitality facilities must adhere to legal gathering limits and wider government guidance for hospitality.

Can we open the changing rooms and toilets?

Changing rooms can now be opened, but participants should be encouraged to avoid or minimise use where possible. Participants should socially distance whilst in changing rooms. Subject to available space, more than one household can use changing facilities at one time but they must not mix and must adhere to capacity limits set by the club. Toilet facilities can also open. Face coverings should be worn at all times when indoors.

Are spectators allowed?

Spectators will be permitted at Step 3, but need to adhere to social distancing rules. Spectators need to adhere to social gathering limits (groups of 30 outdoors).

Are club meetings permitted?

30 people are permitted to meet outdoors from Monday 17 May. Should you wish to meet indoors you must stick to the rules on social gathering, of six people (the ‘rule of six’) or two households. We recommend that any larger meetings that can’t be held outside are conducted virtually until further notice. Sport specific guidance on organising virtual meetings, including Committee Meetings and AGMs, is available from Sport England Club Matters.

Is greens maintenance work permitted?

Yes – greens maintenance work is permitted as it is ‘work that cannot be carried out at home’. The most comprehensive advice for greens maintenance is available via the Grounds Management Association, of which Bowls England is a member.

Can I travel to take part in the sport of bowls?

Travel to participate in bowls is permitted. Car sharing will be permitted in Step 3 for all sports. The guidance for safer travel will be updated ahead of Step 3 to provide further information about this.

Is coaching permitted?

Outdoor coaching sessions are classed as organised outdoor sport, and can take place where it’s formally organised and follows Covid-secure guidance.

 

What should we do to keep facilities and equipment clean?

Cleaning protocols should be put in place to limit coronavirus transmission in public places. Touch points (e.g. handrails and gates) should be particular areas of focus for increased cleaning.

What advice do you have to maintain hygiene?

To help everyone maintain good hygiene, consideration should be given to the following:

.           Using signs and posters to build awareness of good handwashing technique, the need to increase handwashing frequency, avoid touching your face and to cough or sneeze into your arm. Consider how to ensure safety messages reach those with hearing or vision impairments

Providing regular reminders and signage to maintain hygiene standards
Providing hand sanitiser in multiple locations in addition to washrooms
Setting clear use and cleaning guidance for toilets to ensure they are kept clean and social distancing is achieved
Enhancing cleaning for busy areas
Providing more waste facilities and more frequent rubbish collection
Using disposable paper towels in handwashing facilities where possible
Minimising use of portable toilets
Provision of automated hand sanitising dispensers in public places

 

 

Will there be different local restrictions?

At this stage, in England we understand that the relaxation of restrictions will occur at a national level at the same time. Clubs/counties must adhere to any local restrictions should any be imposed in the future.

What activities can disabled people take part in?

Organised outdoor bowls can take place where it follows the government's guidance on recreational team sport and grassroots sport and leisure activity.

Where disabled people need support from a carer or personal assistant during

activity, will this be allowed, e.g. a visually impaired bowler?

Yes. People who provide essential support (e.g. carers) to disabled people are exempt, and don’t count towards gathering limits. Therefore, disabled participants can be supported by a carer(s)/personal assistant(s) while taking part in the sport of bowls.

Do I need to maintain social distancing if I'm working with a disabled person who

needs support?

Social distancing should be maintained where possible, but in some circumstances people will need physical assistance to be active. It’s important you discuss this with the person to consider their needs and preferences. Any sports coaches or trainers undertaking one-to-one sessions should ensure they’re complying with relevant national governing body safeguarding policies and procedures and conduct a thorough risk assessment before engaging in any sessions. This should include particular consideration for under-18s and vulnerable adults.

What are the test and trace regulations?

Clubs should display an NHS QR code that participants can scan using a mobile device. This is to help trace and stop the spread of coronavirus. Alternatively, ensure you maintain a separate log including contact details so that contact tracers can get in touch with people if required. To support NHS Test and Trace, you must hold records for 21 days. This reflects the incubation period for coronavirus, which can be up to 14 days, and an additional seven days to allow time for testing and tracing. Notify the venue operator if possible.

Elite sport

Elite athletes and support staff can use indoor and outdoor sport facilities for training and competition. Elite sport events can continue to take place in sport facilities, where permitted in line with the guidance on elite sport.

 

Additional Information

Organised sport

For the sport of outdoor lawn bowls any activity organised under the jurisdiction of Bowls England by affiliated clubs, counties and associate members is recognised as organised sport in accordance with DCMS guidance. This includes:

·       International and High Performance events (including training)

·       National Championships (including County Championship qualifying rounds)

·       National Competitions

·       District and county competitions involving affiliated clubs only

·       District and county leagues involving affiliated clubs only

·       Fixtures between affiliated counties

·       Club fixtures between affiliated clubs

·       Internal club events or organised sessions for club members

·       Coaching by a qualified coach (see section on coaching for details)

·       On green training provided by the Bowls Development Alliance

Any activity not listed above is not recognised by Bowls England as organised sport and will need to follow the guidance on outdoor legal gathering limits as this is considered to be informal or self- organised sport. This includes any casual play (for example ‘roll-ups’) and any activity involving clubs, leagues or associations not affiliated to Bowls England.

Whilst organised sport removes the restriction on legal gathering limits during participation, the relevant organising body (club, county, league or Bowls England) must consider the risks and set out ways to mitigate them so people can participate safely in accordance with this guidance. Informal or self-organised sport is not covered by any exemptions.

We will review our guidance for organised sport as the restrictions are eased to maximise participation whilst maintaining a safe environment for all participants. If you wish your club or leagues activity to be defined as organised sport and are not affiliated to Bowls England, please email us at clubs@bowlsengland.com and we can take you through the affiliation process, including connecting you with your County Association.

Roadmap Timeline

The government has reviewed four tests ahead of each Step. The dates outlined within this document are the earliest that we may move to each step and may be subject to change. You can read a summary of what will be included in each step on the government's website.

·       Step 1: Monday 29 March

·       Step 2: Monday 12 April

·       Step 3: begins no earlier than Monday 17 May

·       Step 4: begins no earlier than Monday 21 June (confirmation expected w/c Monday 14 June)

We’re continuing to work with the government, via DCMS, and Sport England to answer your questions about the roadmap and what this means for our sport.

As we move through each new Step of the government’s roadmap, we will update our guidance accordingly. Please note that this guidance is based on the information published by the government

 

to date, and will be updated following any further updates. A maximum of one week’s notice ahead of each change is expected.

Useful Links

Guidance for the public and sport providers on how to participate in grassroots sport and physical activity during COVID restrictions https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-grassroots-sports-guidance-for-the-public-and- sport-providers#organised-sport

Restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaway services

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/working-safely-during-coronavirus-covid-19/restaurants-offering- takeaway-or-delivery

Sport England – Return to Play Guidance and Club Resources

https://www.sportengland.org/how-we-can-help/coronavirus/return-play

Activity Alliance – Specialist support for disabled people

http://www.activityalliance.org.uk/how-we-help/covid19

 

 

 

05 May 2021        Refreshments

 

Refreshments. Because of COVID-19 no refreshments need to be provided. Thank you Brenda.

 

 15 April 2021      Changes to 2021 County/National Championships

 

 

As part of the Bowls England Guidance on the ‘return to bowls’ Bowls England have released details of changes to the 2021 National Championships & National Competitions.

 

For the 2021 National Championships & Competitions there are some quite significant changes made which will have a direct impact on our own County Championships as well as the National Competitions that are run direct by Bowls England

 

For our County Championships namely:

·       2 bowl singles

·       Singles

·       Pairs

·       Triples

·       Fours

·       Senior Fours

·       Junior Singles

·       Junior Pairs

 

The significant changes that have been made, which will apply to our 2021 County Championships & the National finals are:

 

Format of play

The format of play in each of the above will be:-

·       Singles will be 4 Bowls – 21 up (no change)

·       2 Bowl Singles will be 2 Bowls over 21 ends (no change)

·       Pairs will be 3 per player bowls over 18 ends

·       Triples will be 2 bowls per player over 18 ends

·       Fours will be 2 bowls per player over 15 ends

·       Senior Fours will be 2 bowls per player over 15 ends

·       Junior Singles will be 4 bowls - 21 up (no change)

·       Junior Pairs will be 3 bowls per player over 18 ends

 

An Addendum to our Rules & Regulations will be issued in due course. These changes apply for 2021 but will be subject to review for future years. There are no plans to change the format of the Bales Cup, Lord Fermoy Cup & Jermy Cup or the County League

 

National Finals qualification

The number of qualifiers will be limited to 48 being made up of the 35 County Championship winners plus the runners-up from those Counties with the highest number of entries in each event. With our number of entries, Norfolk will have only one qualifier for each event, namely the County winner.

 

National Championship finals dates

The National Championships held in Leamington Spa, have been put back and will run from 19th  August to 5th September  with the Middleton Cup semi-final & final on 11th September. The championships will be a combined Men’s & Ladies event with their championships being run side by side. The full National Championship programme is on the Bowls England website.

 

Entry fees

Bowls England have said that no refund of entry fees will be made unless due to restrictions a particular discipline is not able to be played and the Norfolk Bowls Association will also take this approach.

 

For inter-county events, there are also changes

 

Johns trophy

In 2021 this will be played on a knock out basis starting on 10thJuly rather than in regional zones with the semi-finals & final being put back to 12th September. Early rounds will be played at a neutral venue or provided the participating Counties agree 3 rinks at home & 3 away. All matches will continue as 6 rinks and played over 21 ends

 

Walker Cup

These events will be played on a knock out basis with regional finals on 18th July and the semi-final & final on 5th September

 

As for National Competitions, being events entered direct to Bowls England and run by them which for ease of reference are:-

·       Club Two Fours

·       Tony Allcock Trophy

·       Top Club

·       Senior Singles

·       Senior Pairs

·       Mixed Pairs

·       Mixed Fours

·       Family Pairs

·       Champion of Champions

 

Format of play

As for the Championships, you will see that the formats have changed for some. Details are contained in Bowls England’s email but for your ease, I have summarised these below:

·       Club Two Fours - 2 bowls per player over 15 ends per rink

·       Tony Allcock Trophy - 2 bowls per player over 15 ends per rink

·       Top Club – see BE rules for full details

·       Senior Singles will be 4 Bowls – 21 up (no change)

·       Senior Pairs - 3 bowls over 18 ends

·       Mixed Pairs – 3 bowls over 18 ends

·       Mixed Fours – 2 bowls per player over 15 ends

·       Family Pairs– 3 bowls per player over 18 ends

·       Champion of Champions will be 4 Bowls – 21 up (no change)

 

Round dates

The dates of the various rounds are detailed in Bowls England’s email. The draws and individual match notifications will continue to be issued direct by Bowls England.

 

 

 

29 March 2021               COVID-19 Update

 

Please note there will be some date changes to the diary, this will be finalised near future, Competitions have been updated

 

23 February 2021          Bowls England COVID-19 Update

 

BOWLS ENGLAND UPDATE - 22nd February 2021

Guidance following Government’s road map for easing lockdown restrictions

 

Bowls England has issued the following statement after the Government’s announcement on 22nd February of the roadmap for the easing of restrictions. As and when things become clearer particularly as to how these affect Clubs and our County Championships & County League, details will be circulated to Clubs.

 

BOWLS ENGLAND LOOKS FORWARD TO THE START OF THE 2021 OUTDOOR SEASON

Today’s roadmap for the easing of lockdown restrictions enables Bowls England, counties and affiliated clubs to prepare with confidence for the 2021 outdoor season.  The Prime Minister’s announcement confirmed that outdoor affiliated bowls clubs will be able to open from 29 March.  

Our overriding objective is for as many bowlers as possible to enjoy our sport in a safe manner this summer. Bowls is a naturally socially-distanced, non-contact activity and plays a key role in the mental and physical health of many across the country.The positive prospects for the new season provides a great boost to bowlers and the sport in general. 

Whilst the overwhelming majority of existing bowlers are eager to start playing and are likely to have received their first vaccine, we understand there is a degree of nervousness about returning to the sport.  We will be working alongside our development partner, the Bowls Development Alliance, to support affiliated clubs across the country to create Covid-safe environments, building on the fantastic efforts of many club leaders last year.  This work will include:

        ‘Return to Play’ guidance for affiliated clubs

        Resources and best practice to support the safe running of clubs

        Online rink booking and cashless payments

        Promotional material and funding advice

We also aim to facilitate as much domestic competition as possible. We have developed a series of Covid-contingency scenarios and, with the information now available, will look to reshape our national competition schedule. We will issue a further update on the championships and competitions programmes once we have had the opportunity to consult with counties and clubs on any potential changes.

Our National Open Weekend planning will continue and we believe there’s a good opportunity to encourage people, who are looking for a new fun, family outdoor activity, into our sport. We will be working with affiliated clubs who sign up to empower them to deliver Open Weekend events that are Covid-safe and give new players a fantastic first experience.

Chief Executive, Jon Cockcroft, said: “With the roadmap laid out by the Prime Minister, we are excited about our sport’s prospects for the coming season. With sensible interventions in place, bowls is a sport that can be enjoyed authentically and safely within the government guidelines and it will be a huge boost for the wellbeing of the bowls community to be playing the sport they love and connecting back in with their local communities. We will be working in partnership with all stakeholders, notably affiliated clubs, to navigate through any challenges and, whilst mindful to retain a level of caution, are very excited about the outdoor bowls season beginning soon.”

We understand today’s developments will provoke a range of questions and we would ask people to bear with us as we work through the various implications. As soon as we can, we will be issuing more detailed guidance on the Bowls England website.

 

Matt Wordingham

22 February 2021          Clearing Browser History

 

The problem maybe your browser history on your PC needs clearing - (your PC remembers which pages you view and puts a copy into your PC's cache so the next time you visit that page it gets it from your PC cache rather than the website (it's quicker).

 

How you clear your browser history depends on who’s browser you use, try going to the link below to find out about clearing the browser history from the various web browsers.

 

http://pcsupport.about.com/od/browsers/f/clear-cache.htm

 

 

Hope this helps

Allan

 

To clear cache on i-phone or i-pad

 

Delete history, cache and cookies

1.    To clear your history and cookies, go to Settings > Safari, and tap Clear History and Website Data. ...

2.    To clear your cookies and keep your history, go to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data, then tap Remove All Website Data.

 

https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201265

 

I hope this helps

 

Chris

 

 

18 February 2021          UPDATE
SEASON 2021 and COVID-19 PANDEMIC
____________________

Since I last updated you on ladies’ county matters following an Officers’ Meeting held on 8th September, a further Officers’ Meeting was held today via Skype and I write to update you on the ongoing situation concerning plans for the 2021 season.

It is our hope that you have been able to keep safe and well. We are aware that some of you have been facing this pandemic alone and that some of you will have lost loved ones and our thoughts have been with you all. Let us hope that we will be able to meet and bowl in some form or other during 2021 as we wait for further information from H M Government.

Attached is an up to date Diary of Events for this season. It has been necessary to update this so please destroy any earlier copies that you may have received. This has been prepared for a “normal” season and we will deal with any changes that have to be made following guidance from the Government at the time. We will keep you informed and also update the website with any necessary changes which have to take place. Please be aware that our priority is to keep our members safe at all times.

COMPETITIONS Draw has taken place via Skype and this will be posted on our Website (www.norfolkbowls.co.uk – Ladies’ Section) shortly.

HANDBOOK and SUPPLEMENT Members who have ordered will receive a copy of the 2020 Handbook together with a Supplement dealing with 2021 matters. It is hoped that these will be available for the start of the season depending upon when and if we receive the go-ahead for bowls play this season. In any event details will be on our Website.

COUNCIL MEETINGS Because of the present uncertainty we will inform you with good notice of any meetings which are to take place. Contingency plans are in place for the distribution of the Handbook and Supplement should it not be possible to hold a Council Meeting.

OPEN DAY Scheduled for 26th April. Invitations will be going out but we will have to make a decision nearer the time according to the rules for play existing at that time. Perhaps we may be allowed to play triples but not fours.

NBA LADIES 2021 SEASON UPDATE dated 15 February 2021 / continued........
PAGE TWO of TWO

NATIONAL COMPETITIONS These have been scheduled for play by Bowls England and again, we await theirs and the Governments guidance.

FRIENDLIES Again, we await guidance but we are hoping that we can go ahead and this respect a form will be circulated shortly for members to express their interest in playing in the first two matches – 13th and 25th May.

COFFEE MORNING President Anne to issue details in due course. If we are unable to keep to the scheduled date then an alternative date will be chosen for later in the season. The same situation refers to PRESIDENT’S DAY

LUNCHEON Scheduled to take place in October and already booked. The Executive are of the opinion that this should go ahead if the rules allow even if no competitions have not taken place as it is felt that members would enjoy getting together after all that has gone before.

COUNTY BADGES There are four ladies who earned their badge in 2019 who have yet to be presented, namely Yvonne Hutson, Edna Land, Ann Bayes and Jenny Williard. These ladies will be presented with their badge at the first occasion in 2021 when the county can get together It has been proposed and agreed that in future any ladies who have earned their badge after the selection of the friendlies has taken place then they will be presented that same year at the Luncheon. Although our Rules and Regulations differ from this, in the present circumstances we feel we are justified in making this change for the benefit of our members.

BENEVOLENT Benevolent Secretary Kay had received many thankyou messages following the distribution of the Tesco Vouchers to our vulnerable members. Sadly Kay has sent several condolence cards during this time and she thanks everyone for keeping in touch. We still await more entries for the Benevolent Triples.

BOWLS ENGLAND A.G.M,. to take place on 27th March via Zoom. They will be setting out their contingency plans for the season and I will report to you again following that meeting.

LOST CLUBS Sadly we have lost three clubs this season – Shotford, Bradwell and Dereham St Nicholas. We will miss these ladies but hopefully they may be able to join us again in better times.

FINALLY My thanks to all of you for keeping in touch and for all that you do to help our county association run as smoothly as possible. I hope that you find the foregoing useful and if you have any queries please do get in touch. We are here to help.

\and .....MOST IMPORTANTLY Keep safe. Hopefully the majority of us will have received our vaccination by the time the season starts.

Dawn Cousins
15 February 2021

 

21 Sept 2020                 BOWLS ENGLAND – COVID - Updated Guidance for Lawn Bowls

                                                

Bowls England have updated their guidance re: COVID 19 including guidance on the holding of meetings. The updated guidance issued on 18th September 2020 is:-

GUIDANCE FOR LAWN BOWLS (Click here)

MEETING ADVICE (Click here)

 

 

08 August 2020             BOWLS ENGLAND – COVID-19: LATEST GUIDANCE FOR LAWN BOWLS CLUBS

 

Bowls England have updated their Guidelines. Guidance to Clubs

 

29 June 2020                 County Luncheon

                 

In view of the uncertain future with regard to the virus and there being no trophies to present the Executive have taken the decision to cancel this year's luncheon which was scheduled to take place on 9th October. The ongoing situation will be monitored and it is hoped that arrangements can be made for some sort of get-together for county members when it is safe to do so.

 

Dawn Cousins

Ladies' Secretary

 

15 May 2020                 BOWLS ENGLAND – Coronavirus COVID 19 - GUIDANCE FOR CLUBS

                 

The Government (DCMS) has published its full guidance on the return of outdoor sport and recreation, including lawn bowls. Following this Bowls England have issued bowls specific guidance to Clubs which has been approved by DCMS and this is attached. Guidance to Clubs

 

Should you wish to view the Government guidance in detail, please go to: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-on-phased-return-of-sport-and-recreation

 

If you have any questions, please e-mail: enquiries@bowlsengland.com. They are there to help and will endeavour to respond within three working days.

 

19 Mar 2020                  CORONAVIRUS

                 

In accordance with guidelines issued by Bowls England, set out below are the decisions taken by this Executive with regard to the 2020 bowling season.

 

1. The County Calendar is cancelled up to and including 25th August. If the situation should change at any time then matters will be reviewed nearer the time.

 

2. Following the Bowls England arrangement, I have spoken with Anne and Pat who have agreed that Anne will be our President for 2021 and Pat will follow for 2022.

 

3. Bowls England will be returning both affiliation and competition fees and as soon as Val receives this from Bowls England then it will be returned to those affected.

 

4. The ordering of the new jackets has been put on hold and will eventually be ordered for the start of next season.

 

5. The Bowls England Office will close at close of business on Friday 20th March. Staff will be working from home. Mail addressed to the office can be forwarded but B E are requesting that electronic communications be used as far as possible.

 

6. Bowls England require the work on the Membership Scheme to continue during this shutdown. As I have already informed you – this is being dealt with by your male counterparts/club contact via the Men’s Section.

 

7. I am in constant touch with Men’s Secretary John Ottaway. John has put various questions to Bowls England and as soon as replies/information is received I will of course forward on to you.

 

8. Please club secretaries will you pass on this information to your members.

 

I know you will understand that we have taken these measures to do all we can to protect our fellow bowlers and, as always, I thank you for all your help and support.

 

I am here for any queries.

 

Keep safe. Best wishes.

Secretary Dawn

 

 

08 Jan 2020          2020 World Bowls Championships

                 

Katherine Rednall has been selected to play in the World bowls team at the Gold coast, Australia 27th May till 7th June 2020.

 

 

28 Sept 2019                 European Championships

                 

In the Women’s Pairs at the European Championships, Devon Cooper (Hertfordshire) and Katherine Rednall (Norfolk) secured the bronze medal, with Andrew Walters (Worcestershire) and Tristan Morton (Huntingdonshire) topping the table to win gold in the Men;s Pairs.

As a result of their performances, the quartet also won bronze medals with all scores combined, narrowly missing out on a silver medal on shot difference.

 

27 Sept 2019                 Norfolk Ladies selected for England

                 

Katherine Rednall and Rebecca Willgress have been selected to play for England next year in Leamington on 14th to 16th June 2020.

 

 

18 August 2019             2019 National Championships

                 

Well done to Pat Clarke and Christine Webb on reaching the National final of the Senior Pairs losing to Sussex.

Also to Carole Baker, Sam Coverdale, Suzanne King and Jackie Devitt reaching the semi-finals of the fours.

 

 

05 August 2019             2019 Ladies County Championship Results

                 

Rinks

Winners: C. Baker, S. Coverdale, S. King & J. Devitt (Norfolk BC)

Runners-up: J. Pearson, L. Hall, J. Church & L. Barber (Freethorpe)

 

Triples

Winners: A. Tickner, P. Smith & J. Adams (Gorleston Links)

Runners-up: L. Cannell, B. Meeks & J. Kirby (Acle)

 

Pairs

Winners: C. Rednall & K. Rednall (Norfolk BC)

Runners-up: S. Stacey & A. Chalk (Acle)

 

4-Wood Singles

Winner: S. King (Norfolk BC)

Runner-up: D. Wright (St Lawrence)

 

2-Wood Singles

Winner: J. Kirby (Acle)

Runner-up: J. Devitt (Norfolk BC)

 

Junior Singles

Winner: K. Rednall (Norfolk BC)

Runner-up: A. Chalk (Acle)

 

Junior Pairs

Winners: E. Chalk & A. Chalk (Acle)

Runners-up: T. Linford & G. Siely (Acle)  

 

Senior Fours

Winners: J. Eldred, K. Cottington, G. Pilgrim & S. Ealden (Holt)

Runners-up: S. Malyon, L. Percival, A.Chambers & T. Scarffe (Swaffham)

 

Senior Pairs

Winners: P. Clarke & C. Webb (County Arts)

Runners-up: L. Cannell & G. Reeve (Acle)

 

Senior Singles

Winner: J. Devitt (Norfolk BC)

Runner-up: E. Dawson (Shouldham)

 

Unbadged Singles

Winner: M. Dark (Hunstanton)

Runner-up: S. Coverdale (Norfolk BC)

 

Unbadged Pairs

Winners: E. Land & E. Donovan (Martham)

Runners-up: M.O’Sullivan & Y. Hutson (Shotford)

 

Champion of Champions

Winner: A. Tickner (Gorleston Links)

Runner-up: J. Kirby (Acle)

 

Benevolent Triples

Winners: J. Willeard, S. Moretta & J. Adams (Gorleston Links)

Runners-up: J. Cockrill, F. Hendrick & A. Barker (Caister/Freethorpe)

 

Webb Trophy

Winner: Acle

Runner-up: Gorleston Links

 

Coronation Triples:  the final between Holt & Gorleston Links will takeplace on Friday 30th August.

 

 

05 August 2019             Rosie Day - Saturday 27th July

                 

It was nearly "rain stopped play" as we arrived at Shouldham Bowls Club in a downpour!  After a quiz and something to eat the weather improved and we were able to get in 11 ends of bowls - 7 of which were the roving jack format - great fun!    Paying a surprise visit to the area was Rohan, an Australian Cricketer who had lodged with Rosie 20 years ago.  Rohan arrived with Rosie's family and appropriately he presented the "Rosie" Trophy to the winner - Bernadette Scott from Aldiss Park.  The proceeds of the raffle was split between the club and the Big C, each receiving £80. Many thanks to Shouldham for their hard work in hosting this event.

 

Photograph shows the presentation together with Rosie's Daughter Angela and Granddaughter Katie with their husbands and Rohan's son - who has also been playing cricket over here.

 

 

 

 

31 July 2019                  Benevolent Triples Finals 2019

                 

Semi-Finals

 

GORLESTON LINKS B.C.

17

v

7

St LAWRENCE B.C.

Jenny Willeard

 

 

 

Christine Johnson

Sue Moretta

 

 

 

Debra Wright

Jill Adams

 

 

 

Lynne Quibell

 

 

 

 

 

CAISTER B.C.

21

v

15

HUNSTANTON B.C.

Jane Cockrill

 

 

 

Sue Pheasant

Frances Hendrick

 

 

 

Kay Parke

Amy Barker

 

 

 

Daphne Ramm

 

Final

 

GORLESTON LINKS B.C.

15

v

6

CAISTER B.C.

Jenny Willeard

 

 

 

Jane Cockrill

Sue Moretta

 

 

 

Frances Hendrick

Jill Adams

 

 

 

Amy Barker

 

 

29 July 2019                  Top Club Final 2019

                          

The Top Club final will now be on 29th August 11am at County Arts

 

18 July 2019                  Benevolent Triples Finals 2019

                          

JULY 31st at R G CARTER 10 FOR 10-30am

 

Whites Club Tops and Stickers

 

Refreshments Available all day.

 

GORLESTON LINKS B.C.

v

CONNAUGHT B.C.

Jenny Willeard

 

Catherine Branch

Sue Moretta

 

Vera Moore

Jill Adams

 

Joan Knox

 

 

 

St LAWRENCE B.C.

v

THORPE REC B.C.

Christine Johnson

 

Janet Eaton

Debra Wright

 

Denise Eves

Lynne Quibell

 

Pat Timbs

 

 

 

CAISTER B.C.

v

HUNSTANTON B.C.

Jane Cockrill

 

Pauline Hurrell

Frances Hendrick

 

Janet Frohawk

Amy Barker

 

Margaret Dark

 

 

 

HUNSTANTON B.C.

v

MARTHAM B.C.

Sue Pheasant

 

Sandra Faircloth

Kay Parke

 

Sue Moore

Daphne Ramm

 

Eliane Donovan

 

 

 

16 July 2019                  Johns Trophy Result

                          

Johns Trophy -v- Leicestershire on Saturday 6th July at Wymondham Dell

 

This was the round leading up to the regional finals.  Norfolk beat Leicestershire 118/112 - 14/8 which brought them second in the table with 36 points to Hertfordshire's 41.

Hertfordshire went on to play against Essex on 13th July with Essex going through to the finals.

 

Rink scores

 

C. Baker, J. Adams, M. Morton & J. Devitt         33 – 10            S. Sharpe

A. Tickner, K. Carrick, B. Meeks & J. Kirby       29 – 23            C. Dixon

C. Turner, K. Cottington, S. Curtis & C. Webb   13 – 18            P. Walker

L. Knights, T. Scarffe, E. O’Hanlon & S. King   12 – 21            L. Green

P. English, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead 18 – 21            J. L-Winch

L. Cannell, M. Hunt, D. Wright & A. Barker       13 – 19            D. Hurst

 

Overall Score 118 (14)  v  (8) 112

 

04 July 2019                 County Finals at RG Carter

 

County Finals at RG Carter on Sunday 7th July & Monday 8th July 10am both days

 

Please come and support

 

 

27 June 2019                 County Semi-Final/Finals at RG Carter

 

Friday 28th June 2 for 2.30pm

 

Triples Semi-Finals

 

Chris Abbott, Sally Oakley & Audrey Potter (Kings Lynn)

Lynne Cannell, Barbara Meeks & Jenny Kirby (Acle)

 

Anne Tickner, Pat Smith & Jill Adams (Gorleston Links)

Anne White, Brenda Walters & Julie Walmsley (Norfolk BC)

 

Final to be confirmed

 

4 Wood Singles Semi-Final 5:30pm approx

 

Katherine Rednall (Norfolk BC)

Suzanne King (Norfolk BC)

 

 

Saturday 29th June

 

 

Junior Pairs 9:30 for 10am

 

Evie Scott & Shannon Tucker

Emily Chalk & Anna Chalk

Tia Linford & Gemma Siely

Ellie Johnson & Emily O’Hanlon

 

To be drawn on the day

 

Final approx. 12:30pm

 

 

2 Wood Singles Quarter Finals  9:30 for 10am

 

Jackie Devitt (Norfolk BC)

Katherine Rednall (Norfolk BC)

 

Bernadette Scott (Aldiss Park)

Kathleen Cottington (Holt)

 

Ann Chambers (Swaffham Town)

Eileen Dawson (Shouldham)

 

Jenny Kirby (Acle)

Shirley Jones (Shouldham)

 

Semi-Finals 11:15am    Final 1pm approx

 

 

All to be played in Whites & Club Tops with Stickers

 

Refreshments available Supporters welcome

 

 

Saturday 6th July 9:30 for 10am

 

 

Pairs Semi-Final

 

             Marlene Hooper & Sue Curtis (County Arts)

             Christine Rednall & Katherine Rednall (Norfolk BC)

 

 

 

25 June 2019                 Norfolk team for Johns Trophy

                          

Johns Trophy match against Leicestershire at Wymondham Dell BC on Saturday 6th July 1 for 1:30pm

 

C. Turner, K. Cottington, S. Curtis & C. Webb

P. English, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead

C. Baker, J. Adams, M. Morton & J. Devitt

A. Tickner, K. Carrick, B. Meeks & J. Kirby

L. Knights, T. Scarffe, E. O’Hanlon & S. King

L. Cannell, M. Hunt, D. Wright & A. Barker

 

Reserves:- P. Thorpe, P. Smith

 

 

25 June 2019                 Important:- Car Parking at Downham Mkt Bowls Club

 

The Downham Mkt Club has now been informed by the Car Parking Company who has installed the new system that anyone who has been issued a fine in the last couple of weeks that they need their name and vehicle registration number to be able to cancel the fine.

Please send an email to office.downhamclub@yahoo.co.uk with your details.

 

Please note as from Monday 1st July the system will go live and anyone parking on the car park will need to register as soon as they park, please read the signs on the car park as to how to register.

 

 

24 June 2019                 Johns Trophy & Walker Cup Results

                          

A disappointing weekend for Norfolk. Knocked out of the Walker Cup to Essex by 4 shots and receiving just 3 points on the Johns match against Hertfordshire. All counties in the Johns Group are very close and it is all to play for on our Johns Match against Leicestershire at Wymondham Dell on Saturday 6th July.

 

Team announcement shortly. Spectators welcome – come and support our ladies.

 

Johns Trophy 22nd June 2019 v Hertfordshire at Wymondham Dell

 

Rink scores

 

C. Turner, M. Morton, S. Curtis & C. Webb        16 – 20            P. Hilson

L. Tufts, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead     13 – 21            A. Hall

C. Baker, S. Coverdale, S. King & J. Devitt        20 – 20            S. Maynard

P. Thorpe, K. Carrick, B. Meeks & J. Kirby        14 – 21            M. Hendry

L. Knights, T. Scarffe, E. O’Hanlon & A. Chalk 21 – 23            D. Whybrow

L. Cannell, M. Hunt, D. Wright & A. Barker       18 – 14            R. Tremlett

 

Overall Score 102 (3)  v  (19) 119

 

Walker Cup 23rd June 2019 v Essex at Wymondham Dell

 

Rink scores

 

C. Baker, E. O’Hanlon, S. King & J. Devitt         24 – 25            S. Madgewick

L. Knights, J. Kirby, A. Chalk & C. Webb          38 – 42            M. Norgate

 

 

 

18 June 2019                 Car Parking at Downham Mkt Bowls Club

                          

We have been notified that parking fines have been issued to anyone who has parked on their club car park over the last 2 weeks. If you have received one of these we have been told by the Downham Mkt Club to please ignore it and DO NOT pay the fine.

 

 

12 June 2019                 Norfolk teams for Johns Trophy & Walker Cup

                          

Johns Trophy match against Hertfordshire at Wymondham Dell BC on Saturday 22nd June 1 for 1:30pm

 

C. Turner, M. Morton, S. Curtis & C. Webb

L. Tufts, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead

C. Baker, S. Coverdale, S. King & J. Devitt

P. Thorpe, K. Carrick, B. Meeks & J. Kirby

L. Knights, T. Scarffe, E. O’Hanlon & A. Chalk

L. Cannell, M. Hunt, D. Wright & A. Barker

 

Reserves:- A. Tickner, P. English, J. Adams, K. Cottington

 

Walker Cup match against Essex at Wymondham Dell BC on Sunday 23rd June 1 for 1:30pm

 

C. Baker, E. O’Hanlon, S. King & J. Devitt

L. Knights, J. Kirby, A. Chalk & C. Webb

 

Reserves:- A. Barker, B. Whitehead

 

09 June 2019                 Rinks & Junior Singles Finals

                          

Rinks Final winners were, after extra end

Carole Baker, Sam Coverdale, Suzanne King, Jackie Devitt - Norfolk B.C. 14

Joy Pearson, Lesley Hall, Janet Church, Lillian Barber - Freethorpe 13

 

Junior Singles Winner

Katherine Rednall 21 Anna Chalk 13

 

All qualify for National finals at Leamington in August.

 

03 June 2019                 Johns Trophy Result

                          

Norfolk got off to a good start in their opening match against Bedfordshire at Potton taking 19 points from their opponents.

 

Rink scores

 

C. Turner, M. Morton, S. Curtis & C. Webb        21 – 20            P. Bright

L. Tufts, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead     15 – 16            J. Bowers

C. Baker, S. Coverdale, S. King & J. Devitt        22 – 17            J. Brooks

P. Thorpe, A. Tickner, B. Meeks & J. Kirby        22 – 22            L. Gibson

L. Knights, T. Scarffe, E. O’Hanlon & A. Chalk 27 – 10            M. McPherson

L. Cannell, M. Hunt, D. Wright & A. Barker       26 – 20            J. Bryant

 

Overall Score 133 (19)  v  (3) 105

 

 

18 May 2019                 Norfolk team for Johns Trophy

                          

Johns Trophy match against Bedfordshire at Potton BC on Saturday 1st June

 

C. Turner, M. Morton, S. Curtis & C. Webb

L. Tufts, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead

C. Baker, S. Coverdale, S. King & J. Devitt

P. Thorpe, A. Tickner, B. Meeks & J. Kirby

L. Knights, T. Scarffe, E. O’Hanlon & A. Chalk

L. Cannell, M. Hunt, D. Wright & A. Barker

 

Reserves:- K. Carrick, P. English, J. Adams, Kathleen Cottington

 

 

08 May 2019                 Norfolk Bowls Association Sponsorship

 

Norfolk Bowls Association is delighted to announce a sponsorship deal with East Bilney Garage, an independently owned Renault & Dacia car franchise dealership.

 

In exchange for financial support of the Association, East Bilney Garage will promote their products & services at certain prestigious events over the forthcoming season.

 

East Bilney’s Sales Manager Marc Huggins says “as an independent & local company we are delighted with the arrangement we have reached with the Norfolk Bowls Association which we hope will not only support the services we offer but also keep them & their talented bowls at the forefront of bowls in England”.

 

In a joint statement by Norfolk Men’s & Ladies County Presidents, John Mason & Edna Mayhew have said “we are delighted on behalf of both the Men’s & Ladies sections that East Bilney Garage will be our sponsors for the 2019 season & we are sure the arrangement will be hugely beneficial to both parties. We and our fellow officers look forward to working with Marc & his team over the summer”

 

 

Edna Mayhew (Norfolk Bowls Association Ladies President), Marc Huggins (Sales Manager East Bilney Garage) & John Mason (Norfolk Bowls Association Men’s President)

 

 

06 May 2019                 Johns Trophy Trial

 

Johns Trophy Trial to be held at Wymondham Dell on Sunday 12th May - 10 for 10.30 a.m.

Trialists :  C Turner, L Tufts, S Stacey, C Baker, M Morton, M Hunt, K Carrick, S Coverdale, P Thorpe, L Cannell, S Jones, P English, P Smith, D Wright, K Cottington, A Tickner, San. Curtis, J Webster, A Chalk, S King. E O'Hanlon, A Barker, A Brand, J Adams, C Webb, B Whitehead, J Kirby, J Devitt, B Meeks, J Webb and T Scarffe

 

 

06 May 2019                 Open Day 2019

 

After last year's cancellation due to rain 88 ladies representing 17 clubs braved the cold at Thorpe Rec on 29th April.

Thanks go to Thorpe Rec for all those involved in hosting this event.

The winners were from King's Lynn - Helen Young , Sally Oakley, Christine Abbott and Audrey Porter.

 

29 April 2019                New Sponsorship for Norfolk Bowls Association deal agreed

 

I am delighted to announce a new sponsorship for the Norfolk Bowls Association with East Bilney Garage Ltd, an independently owned Renault and Dacia Franchise Dealership.

 

The arrangement agreed is for a financial payment to the County in return for us providing product placement, being car displays at certain of our more prestigious events over the summer months as well as advertising opportunities. Precise details of the product placements are now being finalised and I will confirm these in due course.

 

The payment being made by East Bilney will enable us to continue to maintain our or fees at the current levels & in addition we hope to be able to provide branded scorecards to all our Clubs  & this matter is being progressed.

 

I would also confirm that this arrangement is jointly with our Ladies so both Men’s & Ladies Sections will benefit.

 

If you are interested in seeing what East Bilney Garage have to offer then please visit their website www.eastbilneygarage.co.uk

 

John Ottaway                   

Hon. Men’s Secretary

Norfolk Bowls Association

 

31 January 2019            Coffee Morning

                          

Coffee Morning on Saturday 16th March 2019 at Wymondham Dell 10:00am until 2:00pm. Please come along and bring your friends to support President Edna.

 

25 August 2018             National Senior Fours

                          

Congratulations to Norfolk BC (Carole Baker, Joyce Webster, Jackie Devitt and Brenda Whitehead) on reaching the Final of the National Senior Fours at Royal Leaming Spa  photo

 

Hampshire take the 2018 Women’s National Senior Fours Championship title, sponsored by Personal Touch Holidays, at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa.

 

The quartet of Lesley Johnson, Brenda Plumpton, Hazel Marke and Margaret Holden from Alton Social BC, Hampshire defeated Carole Baker, Joyce Webster, Jackie Devitt and Brenda Whitehead from Norfolk BC, Norfolk 18 shots to 6 in this afternoons final

 

Results:

Semi-Finals:

Alton Social, Hants (M Holden) bt Wigton, Cumb (K Baxter) 22-21

Norfolk BC, N’folk (B Whitehead) bt Box, Wilts (A Jacobs) 18-17

 

Finals:

Alton Social, Hants (M Holden) bt Norfolk BC, N’folk (B Whitehead) 18-6

 

 

18 August 2018             National 2 Wood Singles

                          

Congratulations to Rebecca Field from Norfolk BC on reaching the Final of the National 2 Wood Singles at Royal Leaming Spa photo

 

 

02 August 2018             Benevolent Triples Results

                          

C. Johnson, D. Wright & L. Quibell (St Lawrence)                17

D. Newbury, M. Robinson & G. Holbrook (GW Staniforth)  7

 

C. H-Wood, J. Priestley & J. Newell (Dereham St Nic)         11

J. Cockerill, F. Handrick & A. Barker (Caister)                     10

 

J. Williard, S. Moretta & J. Adams (Gorleston Links)           14

A. Sopp, V. Moore & J. Knox (Connaught)                           13

 

S. Faircloth, S. Moore & E. Donovan (Martham)                   18

B. Scott, L. West & I. Lambert (Aldiss Park)                         12

 

Semi Finals

 

St Lawrence                 5

Dereham St Nic           16

 

Gorleston Links           18

Martham                      12

 

Final

 

Dereham St Nic           7

Gorleston Links           19

 

 

27 July 2018                  Rosie Day

                          

Rosie Day Sunday 22nd July

 

This will be an annual event in memory of our past President and Secretary Rosie Smith.  Rosie was also National President in 1997.

 

This year the event was held at Rosie’s club at Mundford.  34 Ladies enjoyed a drive and an excellent lunch prepared by Rosie’s daughter Angela and her family.   As numbers were short Rosie’s bowls came into play by her Son-in-Law David. The “Rosie” trophy donated by Secretary Dawn was won by Anita Horgan of Shouldham B.C. and presented by Angela. The proceeds of the day including a raffle and Rosie memorabilia raised £300 for Mundford Church.

 

Photo’s of the day

 

 

20 July 2018                 County Finals Day at RG Carters

 

             Saturday 28th July 10.00 for 10.30am

 

             10:30am

 

Pairs Final

 

Ann White & Julie Walmsley (Norfolk BC)

Emily O’Hanlon & Rebecca Field (Norfolk BC)

 

Triples Final

 

Pam Baker, Jean Webb & Suzie Groombridge (Wymondham)

Lynne Cannell, Barbara Meeks & Jenny Kirby (Acle)

 

Unbadged Singles Final

 

Helen Wilkinson (County Arts)

Bernadette Scott (Aldiss Park)

 

             2:00pm approx

 

2 Wood Singles Final

 

Rebecca Field (Norfolk BC)

Margaret Hunt (St Lawrence)

 

Junior Singles Final

 

Anna Chalk (Mundford)

Emily O’Hanlon (Norfolk BC)

 

Coronation Triples Final

 

Pam Baker, Jean Webb & Suzie Groombridge (Wymondham)

Doreen Smith, Marlene Kay & Ann Melton (GW Staniforth)

 

Sunday 29th July 10:30am

 

 

4 Wood Singles Final

 

Jayne Roylance (County Arts)

Claire Turner (County Arts)

 

 

19 July 2018                          Benevolent Triples Results

 

                                                M. Hunt          17        v          P. English        10

                                                G. Holbrook    18        v          O. Millington  9

                                                J. Newell         16        v          J. Ewins          10

                                                A. Barker        13        v          S. Bragg          12

 

                                                J. Adams         15        v          B. Whitehead   13

                                                J. Knox            11        v          E. Mayhew      9

                                                E. Donovan     13        v          M. Middleton  11

                                                I. Lambert        16        v          J. Bargh           12

 

                                    Finals to be played at RG Carter on 1st August 10 for 10:30

 

                                                M. Hunt                      v          G. Holbrook

                                                J. Newell                     v          A. Barker

                                                J. Adams                     v          J. Knox

                                                E. Donovan                 v          I. Lambert

 

 

16 July 2018                  Johns Trophy results

                          

Johns Trophy result vs Hertfordshire at Hatfield on 7th July

 

             C. Webb                      16  v  22

             B. Whitehead               17  v  22

             J. Roylance                  32  v  13

             J. Devitt                       20  v  17

             J. Kirby                       24  v  16

             S. Curtis                      18  v  20

 

                         Norfolk 127 (16)  v  (6) 110

 

This win brought Norfolk’s points total to 42.  Unfortunately Essex beat Cambridgeshire and also have 42 points but they have gone through on shot difference.

 

 

03 July 2018                 County Finals at RG Carters

 

            Sunday 8th July 10.00 for 10.30am

 

             10:30am

 

4 Wood Singles Semi-Final

 

Margaret Hunt (St Lawrence)

Claire Turner (County Arts)

 

Pairs Semi-Final

 

Emily O’Hanlon & Rebecca Field (Norfolk BC)

Pauline Hurrell & Sue Pheasant (Hunstanton)

 

Unbadged Pairs Semi-Finals

 

Jenny Moon & Ann Bayes (Connaught)

Maggie O’Sullivan & Yvonne Hutson (Shotford)

 

Brenda Shorter & Bridget Horne (Aldiss Park)

Sue Parke & Margaret Wilson (Thorpe Rec)

 

Senior Fours Semi-Finals

 

Elsie Button, Alexis Brand, Glynis Wilson & Shirley Jones (Shouldham)

Lynn West, Lyndsay Cator, Irene Lambert & Anita Smith (Aldiss Park)

 

Carole Baker, Joyce Webster, Jackie Devitt & Brenda Whitehead (Norfolk BC)

Sheila Malyon, Lee Percival, Jan Dearman & Thelma Scarffe (Swaffham Town)

 

             2:00pm approx

 

Senior Fours Final

 

 

4 Wood Unbadged Singles Semi-Finals

 

Ann Bayes (Connaught)

Helen Wilkinson (County Arts)

 

Bernadette Scott (Aldiss Park)

Lynn West (Aldiss Park)

 

 

             Monday 9th July 10.00 for 10.30am

 

             10:30am

 

Pairs Semi-Final

 

Ann White & Julie Walmsley (Norfolk BC)

Lynne Cannell & Geraldine Reeve (Acle)

 

Champion of Champions Semi-Finals

 

Sandra Faircloth (Martham)

Lilian Barber (Gt Plumstead)

 

Leanne Mills (RG Carter)

Janet Morton (Holt)

 

Coronation Triples Semi-Final

 

Doreen Smith, Marlene Kay & Ann Melton (GW Staniforth)

Anne Read, Joyce Webster & Brenda Whitehead (Norfolk BC)

 

 

             2:00pm approx

 

Champion of Champions Final

 

 

4 Wood Singles Semi-Final

 

Jayne Roylance (County Arts)

Thelma Scarffe (Swaffham Town)

 

 

             5:00pm

 

Coronation Triples Semi-Final

 

Janet Ewins, Sheila Malyon & Thelma Scarffe (Swaffham Town)

Pam Baker, Jean Webb & Suzie Groombridge (Wymondham Dell)

 

 

             6:00pm

 

Rinks Final

 

Rebecca Field, Carole Baker, Suzanne King & Jackie Devitt (Norfolk BC)

Claire Turner, Sandra Curtis, Christine Webb & Jayne Roylance (County Arts)

 

 

Good Luck & Good Bowling

 

 

Supporters Welcome & Refreshments available

 

 

 

29 June 2016                 County Semi-Finals at RG Carters

 

             Friday 29th June 2.30 for 3.00pm

 

             3:00pm

 

Triples Semi-Finals

 

Elise Elvin

Carole Baker

Mary Johnson (Norfolk BC)

       V

Pam Baker

Jean Webb

Suzie Groombridge (Wymondham)

 

Lynn Cannell

Gwyn Xuerub

Jenny Kirby (Acle)

      V

Louise Knights

Joyce Webster

Brenda Whitehead (Norfolk BC)

 

             6:00pm

 

2 Wood Singles Qtr-Finals

 

Janet Newell (Aldiss Park)

Rebecca Field (Norfolk BC)

 

Margaret Dark (Hunstanton)

Jackie Devitt (Norfolk BC)

 

             Sunday 1st July 9.30 for 10.00am

 

Junior Pairs – drawn on the day

 

Final 12:00

 

             2:00pm

 

2 Wood Singles Qtr-Finals

 

Val Gibson (Norfolk BC)

Anne Tickner (Gorleston Links)

 

Brenda Whitehead (Norfolk BC)

Margaret Hunt (St Lawrence)

 

 

26 June 2018                 Norfolk team for Johns Trophy

                          

Johns Trophy match against Hertfordshire at Hatfield BC on Saturday 7th July

 

M. Hunt, P. Tomlinson, T. Scarffe & Sue Curtis

E. O’Hanlon, D. Wright, A. Barker & J. Roylance

A. Tickner, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead

C. Turner, M. Morton, Sandra Curtis & C. Webb

R. Field, C. Baker, S. King & J. Devitt

P. English, S. Stacey, A. Chalk & J. Kirby

 

Reserves:- S. Jones, L. McMillan, S. O’Hara

 

Supporters are welcome – Pick-ups at Wymondham & Thetford

Contact Secretary Dawn Cousins for details 01263 823106

 

25 June 2018                 Johns Trophy & Walker Cup results

                          

Johns Trophy result vs Essex at Wymondham Dell on 23rd June

 

             C. Webb                      27  v  22

             B. Whitehead               21  v  11

             J. Roylance                  11  v  23

             J. Devitt                       25  v  15

             J. Kirby                       18  v  17

             S. Curtis                      15  v  24

 

                         Norfolk 117 (18)  v  (4) 112

 

Walker Cup result vs Leicestershire at Leicester on 24th June

 

             J. Roylance                  15  v  29

             J. Devitt                       11  v  16

 

 

13 June 2018                 Rebecca Field on International Duty

                          

Good luck to Rebecca Field in the International series at Belmont club in Ireland which starts this weekend.

 

 

12 June 2018                 Norfolk team for Johns Trophy

                          

Johns Trophy match against Essex at Wymondham Dell BC on Saturday 23rd June  1 for 1:30pm

 

A. Tickner, P. Tomlinson, T. Scarffe & Sue Curtis

E. O’Hanlon, D. Wright, A. Barker & J. Roylance

L. Knights, J. Webb, J. Webster & B. Whitehead

C. Turner, M. Morton, Sandra Curtis & C. Webb

R. Field, C. Baker, S. King & J. Devitt

M. Hunt, S. Stacey, A. Chalk & J. Kirby

 

Reserves:- S. Jones, S. O’Hara