The Annual Mandurah v Warwick Challenge

The annual mixed gender Warwick Mandurah Challenge Trophy for 2021 was played on 28 August at the Mandurah Bowling Club.

 

In total 56 bowlers (50/50 in gender) battled through two games of 15 ends.

The very fast blue carpet proved very challenging for us visitors in the first game and the results were marginally better in the afternoon.

Subsequently, the perpetual trophy changed hands again (virtually only as the actual trophy is somewhere within the building works and therefore inaccessible for the time being).

Nevertheless, the event took place in a friendly atmosphere despite the desire of both sides to emerge as the winner.

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Some serious Bowls!

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MEN'S COUNTRY WEEK FOURS 2022

On 6/7 March 2022 Warwick Bowling Club hosted part of the first day's play of the Men's Country Week 2022 Fours consisting of five rounds of sectional play plus one knockout round.

From the 23 teams (= 92 players) only 2 teams advanced to the following knockout rounds. Two days of eager competition but at the same time filled with a lot of fun amongst the participants, many of whom are well known to many others.

 

Additionally, Warwick Bowling Club hosted the first day's play of the Singles on 4 March for 36 players (no photos were taken).

The Warwick Bowling Club
Lloyd Drive, WARWICK

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