October 2018:

Sunday October 8th – Our U25 double rink team beat Cyphers 34-15.

Home – Joe, Graham and Jon won 21-6 – Away Jamie, Ross and Jake won 13-9.

Well done lads


Friday October 20th 2017 – Quiz night at the club from 7.30pm.

Our first social event of the season is a fun quiz night, there is a sign up sheet at the club for you to put your name and number of guests attending.
This will be a fun quiz for all with food served all for £5 per person payable on the night.

Friends and family (i.e. non – members) are very welcome.

Raffle prizes would be greatly appreciated.

We aren’t quite at the numbers we would like yet for this event, so please support the club and encourage friends and family to join you for this fun night.

If you have any questions, or can’t make it to the club to sign up let us know and we can register you –

Check out our very own Paul Coleman.

He is commentating for the international test series over the next 2 weeks. After last week’s mixed test series in Bristol, England vs Wales, Paul will this week be in York for the ladies England vs Scotland match.

Matches are shown live on ITV4 on Wednesday October 4th and Thursday October 5th from 10am.

The following week on October 11th and 12th he will be giving his thoughts on the men’s England vs Scotland clash.

Congratulations to Maurice Mayes on his appointment as the British Isles Indoor Bowls Council Junior Vice President. Maurice has been a long term servant of Wey Valley and Surrey bowls, as well as the EIBA for many years. We wish him well and look forward to his year as BIBC President in a few years time.

Men’s county competitions draws are now on the SCIBA website – click on this link – Handbook 2017 2018.pdf

The club opens on Monday September 18th –  Friday September 22nd – 10.00am-20.30pm.

Leagues and other fixtures begin Monday September 25th 2017.

Friday October 20th – quiz night from 7.30pm.

August 2017: new Wey Valley website launched.

April 11th 2017 – Our super ladies become national champions!

Barbara Crooke, Margaret Craig and Maureen Hill win the Over 50 Two Wood triples title.

Having battled their way through qualifying to reach the last 16 stage, the Wey Valley ladies travelled to Nottingham with high hopes for success. Margaret and Maureen are no stranger to the national finals having won the Unbadged Pairs in 2005, they were also pairs semi-finalists in 2009.

A nail biting win over local rival bowlers from Sutton in the first game, was followed by a strong win over the defending champions from North Wilts. The semi-final saw them meet a very strong triple from Lincoln, a nip and tuck battle saw them fight to reach the final.

Facing a very experienced triple from Barwell IBC, a hard-fought final saw it reach a nail-biting conclusion. With nothing really separating the teams coming into the last few ends, the Wey Valley ladies held their nerve to produce crucial bowls when needed to seal the title.

March 26th 2017 – County Success for Wey Valley players.

James Bruder, Andrew Richardson, Charles Bruder and Dan Morris have won the fours title, beating Sutton in the final. The win rounded off a disappointing weekend for 3 of the team. James and Dan were beaten in the pairs final and they also missed out of the triples title with Charles.

The ladies county finals also had mixed fortunes with Margaret Craig and Maureen Hill losing the pairs final to Sutton, but winning the triples title with Barbara Crooke.

Up and coming star Jamie Tindall missed the chance to win back to back U25 titles losing to Andrew Orme from Donyings.

March 12th 2017 – A convincing win sees Wey Valley the London and Southern Counties Shield for the 3rd time.

The senior squad won this prestigious team event beating Egerton Park from Sussex 97-55. Winning on all 4 rinks the storming 36-11 win by the rink led by international Paul Coleman was the catalyst for a fantastic overall performance that saw the team pull away at half way and cruise to victory.

The squad was stretched to the full throughout the season with wins over Croydon, Hounslow, Watford, Victory and St Neots to reach the final. The win over Victory was a typical Wey Valley performance, fighting scrapping and never giving up, the match was notable as no less that 12 of the squad were unavailable. Additionally, in the final 7 of the clubs U25 players were unable to play as they were representing Surrey in another team event.