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Denny Cup & Yetton Trophy first round success 2018-2019

Wey Valley kicked off the first rounds of the Yetton Trophy and Denny Cup with good wins.

Our ladies beat a strong Sutton side 80 shots to 75 in the Yetton Trophy

At Home
Val Wilkins, Margaret Scrivens, Shirley Sayers, Ursula Reid 13-23
Patti Maguire, Margaret Collins, Marilyn Murphy, Gill Macbean 26-12
Away
Barbara Crooke, Eileen Crawley, Margaret Craig, Maureen Hill 20-20
Ruth Newbury, Helen Newell, Gill Platt, Carolyn Stevens 21-20

In the Denny Cup the men won in style v King George 96-53.

At Home
Sammy Tindall, Chris Young, Jon Wilson, Paul Coleman 28-11
Paul Vamvacopoulos, Andrew Richardson, Charlie Souter, Simon Clarke 24-10
Away
James Bruder, Jake Ladd, Matt White, Charles Bruder 32-14
Jamie Tindall, James Shillingford, Ross Marshall, Daniel Morris 12-18


National Top Club

A new competition for us this year, we have not entered for a while, this is a mixed event so we wish our team well.

First round is away vs Worthing Pavilion on Sunday October 21st – 10am start.

To see the team selection please click HERE.


U25 squad off to a flier

The U25 team began their national double rink campaign with a big win over Loddon Vale A – winning 60-7.

Home – Sam Tindall, Jamie Tindall & Jon Wilson won 31-2

Away – Ross Marshall, Charlie Souter & Jake Ladd won 29-5

Next round is on November 24th vs Egham or Donyings


October 3rd 2018.

To all members

Please do not forget to pay your subscription fees and get your club competition entries in.

Subs are due now and closing date for competition is October 16th


Coleman hits the World Bowls trail

Former international Paul Coleman has qualifed for the 2019 World Indoor Singles Championships. In January he will make his way to Potters International Hotel in Norfolk after battling through qualifying rounds at Bromley IBC on the 8th and 9th of September.

Paul was delighted to have got through and said the extra practise he had put in helped get his preperation for the qualifiers and the new indoor season up and running.

He is no stranger to these WBT events and has played in the world and other events several times over the years and the club is delighted to have representation in such a prestigous tournament. Paul will look to continue his form through the next few months of competitions and get ready for another world challenge come the new year.


Car Park Plan

We now have a plan of how the car park outside the club will look once it has been re-painted. If you would like to view please CLICK HERE.


Club competition entry forms are available to download on the competition page.

Visit the members area to download your 2018-2019 handbook and annual newsletter.

 

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