HAZELLS BOWLS CLUB
HAZELLS BOWLS CLUB

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Shakespeare Way
Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire
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LATEST NEWS REPORTS

30th July 2013

This afternoon we welcomed Beech Hill for a 5 Triples friendly in a match where we do not have a very good record. Unfortunately despite a valiant effort from Sheila Lawlor, Jack Pipe & Brian Abigail who won 24-11 and Sue Smith, Kate Griffiths & Malcolm Hobson winning 14-9, the losing run against Beech Hill continues with a narrow overall loss 70-73.

27th July 2013

With storms expected this afternoon both teams were keen to get the game played and the decision was made not to stop for the usual tea break at the half way stage. With this usually being the time in the match that teams fortunes change both sides were looking to get off to a good lead. At the half way stage Hazells were holding a 22 shot lead and with no break for tea expectations were high that we would continue our winning run in the friendles. However this was not to be the case and we ended up with just 1 winning rink, Roger Crick, Ian Ramsay & Nina Griffiths winning 20-7. Hazel Harper, John Griffiths & Pete Spokes managed a 16-16 draw but the 3 remaining rinks ended up in losses for Hazells.

21st July 2013

This was another good weekend for Hazells with our Sunday game following on from Saturdays success with an 87-61 win against Bletchley Town. Highest winning rink of the day went to Dan Livett, Ann Ramsay & Steve McNeill with a 23-7 win, although Inger McNeill, Gerry Moores & Ian Brown won 21-13 and Sue Smith, Colin James  & Nick Griffiths won 16-14. Thoughts now move to the Ladies Executive Match tomorrow as part of our 90th Anniversary celebrations.

20th July 2013

This afternoon we travelled to Broomwade for our 6 rink friendly and with a nice drop in the temperature the scene was set for an enjoyable afternoons bowls. Despite losing on 3 rinks and drawing 19-19 all on the 4th rink Hazells still managed to achive a 7 shot overall win this afternoon thanks to a 26-10 win from Colin James, Kim Challinor, Janet Moores & John Smitth and an equally as impressive 29-13 win for Norman Bonham, Reg Paul, Carol Crick & Fred Baldwin.

13th July 2013

Today we took a break from weekend friendlies to play the Club Mixed Triples and with a "Full House" of 12 teams it was great to see such a high turnout for this event. Despite the intense heat all bowlers enjoyed their afternoon and was some great bowls on show. With 5 games of 5 ends for each team it meant that is was important to get off to a good start in each match to avoid falling too far behind. There were some high scores being achived, the highest of which was a 17-1 win, quite a score from 5 ends of bowls!!! 

Congratulations though go to Eddie Chanell, Nina Lane & Norman Bonham who will now play John Smith, Ann Ransay & Bob Worth in the final during Finals Weekend. Please see the competitions page for details of the results.

7th July 2013

Following yesterday's highly enjoyable International Tournament 15 of our bowlers grabbed their sun cream and made their way to Bletchley St Martins for todays friendly. We arrived at Bletchley to find that rather than playing 5 trips we were playing 4 rinks. To ensure even sides Bletchley provided an additional bowler, John Howlett, and he joined up with Carol Crick, Ellen Livett and Roger Crick to record a 19-6, highest winning rink, result against his home club. Hazells other winning rinks came from Andrew MacKenzie, Colin James, Ann Ramsay & Nick Griffiths winning 21-11 and Dan Livett, Sue Smith, Nina Griffiths & John Griffiths winning 20-16. Our 1 losing rink coming from Kate Griffiths, Maureen Warwick, Norman Bonham & Thornley Bryant who narrowly missed out 23-18. 

6th July 2013

Todays International Tournament saw several key England bowlers being drafted in to the Rest of The World Team, captained by Steve McNeill. With the sun shining and spirits high ready for the competitive edge this game always throws up we got started with a mixture of Triples & Rinks Games. Despite a strong start from England it was the "Overseas" team that had all the luck and they managed to scrape an overall win by just a couple of shots.

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