A celebration of the life of Douglas Wood will be held at the Melbourne Bowling Club on Thursday 23rd January 2020 Please arrive by 2:30pm with the celebration commencing at 3pm. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Melbourne Bowling Club member Doug Wood who passed unexpectedly over the New Year period. Doug led a remarkable life full of achievement and adventure. He was a friend to all and was respected not only throughout Australia, but also internationally. Please
Sunday on Chapel St Windsor is an ideal location to enjoy barefoot bowls at the Melbourne Bowling Club then adjourning to one of the many bars and restaurants. The club is 50 metres off the Windsor end of Chapel St. Make it down to Chapel St and at Hawkers Hall and Union Hotel go down
All four teams had big wins in rounds 6 and 7 of pennant. President’s shout after the game on both occasions for members was enthusiastically welcomed by members. Plenty of rounds left to repeat the achievement. Ladder positions after round 7 Premier Division 5th Division 2 1st Division 4 2nd division 6 8th
Alex Skilton Curtis Hanley, Brad Foote defeated Cameron Bell, Mark Atkinson, Jonnie O’Donell 19 to 3 to go to the final against Cooper wescombe, Matt Flapper Haryd Davies Thurs 21 Nov at 1:45pm at Shepparton Park Bowls Club. Curtis has had a busy day today ( Wed 20 Nov with 3 games and 3 wins
ALERT ALERT Bookings are filling fast for Christmas party barefoot bowls at the Melbourne Bowls club ( 50 metres off the heart of Windsor end of Chapel St) Specialising in catered barefoot bowls Leading the way in catered bowls functions since 2003 Wide range of catering options BBQ to full sit down meals
Congratulations to The Melbourne Side for winning the Tom Watson Cup for 2019.
Multi Award Winning Chef Pierre Khodja is taking over the Melbourne Bowling Club Kitchen for 1 night only. Check out the incredible French / Algerian inspired menu. Bookings and Pre-Payment required $45 each.
Congratulations to the Australian Jackaroos Mens Fours team of Barrie Lester, Aaron Teys, Nathan Rice, and Aron Sherriff on winning gold at Asia Pacific Championships beating out the New Zealand side skipped by the Sandbelt Region’s own Ali Forsyth from Clayton. Final score was 21-17 and replays of the game are available through www.bowls.com.au/ It