Tarvin Bowling Club -Finals Day Winners

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Tarvin Bowling Club held their annual Club Competitions Finals Day on Sunday 8th September.

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The finals produced some fiercely contested bowling and in some cases it was a shame that there could only be one winner

 

 

The results were as follows:

Alan Bannister and Dereck Lovell the Chairman's Cup Doubles

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Nigel Dodd won the Morton Cup Singles

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Mary Walley and Gerry O'Hanlon won Mixed Doubles

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Alan Bannister won John Lloyd Trophy Singles

Nigel Dodd won the Merit Shield Singles

Errol Slatcher and Peter Maiden won Bob Molyneux Cup Doubles

The Arthur Kelly Cup is to be contested at a later date (possibly 15th Sept. weather permitting)

The Arthur Kelly Cup is named after Arthur who was a member for many years. The cup was donated by his wife in his memory, sadly she too has now passed away but the competition lives on in their memory
Many thanks go to Ray Smith, the competitions secretary, who organised the event and also the excellent presentation evening at Barrow Social Club.
The finals day was open to spectators to come and watch the games and maybe get a taste for bowling. The club will always welcome new members. young or not so young, in fact one of most successful members is 13 years old and represents the County at youth level (under 18)
Anyone wishing to join the club or just to give bowling a try should contact Errol Slatcher 01829 741389 or Dave Ashton 018929 740749F

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