Bowls Victoria with support from Gemba (a sports marketing agency) are seeking feedback from both the bowling and general community to identify future participation formats and opportunities to engage more participants and grow the sport of bowls. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes and is to be completed by 5pm on Wednesday 25th April 2018. You can find
Picks up play after 58 ends with Altona ahead by 19. Concentrates on Shane Fordham’s rink with Bear putting down the last bowls. 2018 Taylor Bowls Saturday Premier Division Grand Final YouTube video
Two out of two wins in finals Topside win qualifying final against Altona to move to Grand final. Final scores 89 to 80 with two rinks up and a draw. Altona to Play Deer Park next week. Deer Park defeated Clayton with only one rink up by 32 shots for an overall win by 9.
Top two sides in the finals. Top side finished second overall holding Clayton out by 1 point and so go to the qualifying final against Altona next Saturday for direct entry into the Grand Final. Second side finished top of Division 2 section 7 and have a home final against St Kilda 2 on
We now have street art contribution to the Windsor street art scene. As of Friday (16/02/2018) respected street artists Mikeyxxi and LuckyLucks ably assisted by Starsky on backgrounds created the scene facing the walkway coming from Windsor railway station. Great work Guys.
The fourth side was the only shining light this week with a good win away over Glen Eira McKinnon. This moves them into 7th place with the opportunity to rise further over the last 2 rounds. The highlights from the fourth side was the massive turn around by Justine Stokes team (Shanon Glover, Peter Curwen-Walker, Janine
Congratulations from all at MBC to Lizzy Lamb and Sara Rodger for being selected in the Sandbelt regional side after trials on Wed 14 Feb.
A mixed day for the club. An excellent win by the fourth side defeating 4th placed Elsternwick Club at home. The second side is continuing on its merry way with a clean sweep of the board and yet another best rink going to the side. This weeks winners of the glasses is Byron Coonerty, Karina
The third side was the pick of the round picking up the full 18 points and 48 shots up against St Kilda. The second side with 59 shots up and premiers 20 shots up both picked up a healthy 16 points. The Fourth side playing away against Cheltenham who is currently sitting in 2nd place
Click on the following link to go to The MBC’s response to the BV’s paper on the proposed changes. MBC’s response to Bowls Victoria paper The response can also be found in the Saturday pennant section of this website.