Our great mate Grant Hopwood has recently been diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer. This terrible disease is causing an incredible strain both emotionally and financially on his young family. As a well respected member of the MBC, and revered opponent in the Victorian Bowls Community for 32 years, MBC are hosting a fundraiser on
With 2 games to go Shane Fordham, Curtis Hanley, Bryce Young, Dane McKinnon and Matty Ellul were sitting in third having had enormous results in rounds 9 & 10. The last 2 games were big ones. Playing the teams immediately below them. The result was a draw and a loss then 2 wins in the
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We are very pleased to announce that current Jackaroo Barrie Lester is back at our great club wearing the mighty red and blue again. In his bowling career Barrie has amassed 380 games for Victoria, played in 2 Commonwealth Games and has a long list of achievements as long as Chapel Street including multiple state
Another item of club history comes home The Great Great grandson David Canterford of one of the clubs founding fathers George Lewis visited the club recently and presented us with a silver cradle for a bowl that was originally presented to George Lewis in 1871 by members of the club for service as club
Melbourne member and street artist Mikey (acca MikeyXxi) who along with Wade (acca Lucks) painted the water tank, currently has an exhibition “Mikey Xxi True Colours” at Bromley & Co around the corner in Chapel Street Windsor. Well worth seeing.
Peter Curwen-Walker voted to life membership of the MBC at the AGM on 22/5. Peter joined the Club on 14 October 1986 Since that date he has very ably represented the membership in the capacities of General Committee Member 1987/88, 1988/89, 1989/90 and 1990/91 Vice President 1991/92 General Committee 1993/94 Vice President 1994/95 President
Quoting Bowls Australia “The sport’s most coveted state versus state event”. Each state and territory is represented in the annual competition. Among those in attendance were numerous Australian Jackaroos squad members, world champions, and Commonwealth Games representatives. Victoria claimed the men’s Alley Shield honour a game clear of NSW, with Tasmania finishing in third spot
Bear’s Big Day Out Life is a journey, As somebody once said, Some of us smell the roses, While others race ahead, Today is a day of reflection, Of loving, of giving, of care, On this special Anzac Day, That we’ve dedicated to Bear. Bear’s Big Day Out, Is a result of many hands, The