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.
Div 2 had a huge win by 60 shots scoring the full 18 points and so consolidating their position at the top of the ladder. Premiers after a slow start had a convincing win by 19 shots picking up 16 points and Div 4 split the rinks and won overall. The Fourth side also split
by Justin White We’re here, och aye the noo! To say farewell to you! A gathering of friends & bowlers, To say ciao to Tim & Viola. You’ve both ingratiated yourselves, You’re not the type to rest on the shelves, You’re both so much more than mere bowlers, Our good friends, young Tim & Viola.
Not the best day for Melbourne in the wet and soggy conditions. With the only win going to the third side. First time they hit the lead was as a result of the bowl count on the last end of the day. Ron’s rink had been struggling all day but came home strongly as did
Club champions for the 2017-18 were decided tonight Thursday 14 December. Congratulations goes to Kini Meadows for taking out the MBC women’s title and Arjay Bywaters for winning the MBC men’s title. They can now go on to the Champion of Champions event in the new year. Congratulations from the board to both of you
Premiers won by 37, Div 2 by 47 and Div 5 by 64. Third side after a quick start were gradually pegged back from just before the break to go down by 17. The big move of the day was Div 5 who were up at the break by about 10 and then stormed home
Breaking news: — ladder leaders Mentone lose all their points from the first 7 rounds for playing an unregistered player. This has not benefited Melbourne as we beat Mentone 18-0 or Yarraville/footscray and MCC as they have not played them. All other sides picked up major points as they had lost to Mentone. This
We have just received verbal confirmation from Kelly O’Dwyer’s electoral office that the Melbourne Bowling Club has received approval for a grant of $14,000 to assist us in upgrading our kitchen. The grant is as a result of the Federal Governments Stronger Communities Programme – Round 3 managed by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. Each
Great day for Melbourne sides today. All sides up (for the second time this season). Yes that means drinks on the club!!! The third side did it the hard way though. With 2 ends to play and the overall score having Melb 3 down, Ron Jackson’s rink level at 19 all and everyone else has