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By Errol Slatcher - 1st March 2014 6:00am
Tarvin Bowling Club held their 2014 AGM on the 20th Feb and were pleased to report that last year was a successful season with the 'A' team gaining promotion in the Norley League!
The Chester & District team also performed well and finished in the top half of division B, whilst Alan Bannister reached the semi finals of the Chester Merit, and, Matt Worden was joint winner of the Cheshire County Junior Merit.
The Bowling Club hosted County matches at Tarvin again last year and held a very successful club competition played over the season finishing with a presentation evening at Barrow Social Club
We have several lady members, 4 of whom play regularly in the leagues. We also have junior members and we are keen to encourage more to join us. The club is always looking to find new members, experienced or not — there will be somebody to show novices the ropes
The club is hoping to open for the new season in mid March and the leagues start 1st April
Anyone interested in joining should contact club secretary, Errol Slatcher on 01829 741389 or just turn up at the club and speak to any members who may be there at the time.
Hopefully dates of competitions will be posted on Tarvinonline throughout the year.
Spectators are always welcome.
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