Awareness of pancreatic cancer is being held on
Sunday 27th January 2019
Melbourne Bowling Club [138 Union St Windsor]
St Kilda Bowling Club [66 Fitzroy St St Kilda]
are hosting the event
Bear’s Big Day Out
on Sunday 27th January 2019
The day will start with breakfast and registration at St Kilda Bowling Club at 8.00am
Cars can be parked at St Kilda Bowling Club and buses will provided to transport players between St Kilda and Melbourne Bowling Clubs over the course of the day.
The format is a 4’s tournament throughout the day spread over the two clubs.
All entries will be single entry and teams put together.
Every game you will move so you get to play with different people.
Bear’s family will be cooking all day so you won’t go hungry.
The day will conclude will a presentation and smorgasbord dinner at Melbourne Bowling Club.
Theme for the day is Fijian lovo (like the Maori hangi)
The cost for the day will be $45.00. Non-bowlers cost will be $20.00 for lunch and dinner.
If you, your business/employer or your club can help out with any donations to go towards the raffles and prizes it will be extremely appreciated. You can donate as you register or contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MBC Birthday Fours
- Watson Green send off and Christmas gathering 28 November, 2018
A relaxing affair for all members including the opportunity for the whole clubto have one last bowl on the Watson bent green.
Anyone and everyone can enter the following competitions:
closest in a corner to corner (heat and final)
closest to the ditch (heat and final)
closest to Kitty in the ditch (heat and final)
closest to the flag in the centre of the green (heat and final)
If there is interest, a game of cricket could also be organised to beplayed on the sacred surface.
The cost $15 per head. Put your name down and pay at the Bar
- Steller 2018 Vic Open – Day 8 Mens pairs final 23 November, 2018
Mens Pairs decided on the last bowl of the match.
Barrie Lester interviewing winners Cooper Wescombe & Jarryd Davies and the runners up Melbourne boys Cain &Curtis Hanley. Great performance guys Well done!!!
- Great night of singles bowls for all that went to Murrumbeena to watch the final of the Sandbelt singles 13 November, 2018Melbourne had Matty Ellul in the men’s final and Sara Rodger in the women’s final. Great win by Sara (25-16) after a nervous start. The defining moment of her game was a drive taking her from 4 down to 3 up. Matty went down 17-25 to Matt Kurta. Matt K got ahead early and just kept that gap.Well done and Congratulations to you both from the club.
- Get Down to the Dome (Deer Park) to Watch our very own Bryce and Curtis compete 7 November, 2018
- Just announced State team for Tasmania competition 31 October, 2018
Curtis Hanley, McKinnon, Wilson, Barrie Lester. Corless,Bryce Young, Mahoney, Matty Ellul.
McCarron, McIvenney, Bye-Norris, Flapper.
FOUR Melbourne representatives well done gentlemen!!
- Shop, Rock and Bowl 16 October, 2018
Australia’s oldest bowling club and home of crackerjack is hosting a “Shop Rock and Bowl“day.Why not come on down.Have a Shop!Crack a Jack!Enjoy some Tune! Great day for family and friends.Yummy food and drinks available all day. Most of our pre-loved treasures are from our members chest.
- Singles 10 October, 2018
Great start By Barrie Lester getting a solid 21-9 victory against Mac Mclean in Rd 1 of the Australian Champion of Champions.
It took Bazza a bit to warm up in the cold conditions in Hobart but then he took off. Well done Barrie.
Also Matty Ellul flew out this morning to W.A. to compete in the $100,000 😱 Yes you heard right
$100,000 Everest Singles starting tomorrow morning. Matty’s first game v Jeremy Henry should be a good tussle.
Who is the Melbourne Bowling Club
The Melbourne Bowling Club is more than just a bowling club it is a social club! It is arguably one of the most successful bowls clubs in the Metropolitan region with six premierships and seven runners up titles since 2000 in the Premier Division competition along with three State champion titles.
Not interested in bowling become a social member and enjoy the benefits of a relaxed friendly environment and members prices. It is becoming the gathering place for Windsor locals who like to have a quite break from the hurley burly of Chapel Street.
A place to drop in during the week after work before heading off down the C street.
Alternatively looking to have a function that is number one for breaking that awkward silence when acquaintances or work colleagues meet for the first time at a social occasion then barefoot bowls is for you!
Pay your membership renewals online