EIBA National Finals Championships

DBE bowlers reach the Finals

Helen Wood, York IBC, will compete in the Ladies Triples Finals at Melton Mowbray on 27/28th March.

Pauline Shanley, Sutton IBC, will play in the Ladies 4’s at Melton Mowbray on 25/26th Match and then travel to Nottingham IBC on 10/11th April to compete in the Ladies O50 two wood triples. 

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Ann Trotman Singles Report

 

It was a good turnout over the weekend 11/12th March at Gedling IBC, Nottingham for the Ann Trotman Singles with 21 bowlers eventually taking part. Sadly 3 bowlers had had to pull out in the last few days not giving time for those on the waiting list to make travel and accommodation arrangements. I had to put a limit of 24 on the entries in order to make it a good tournament in the two days. Continue reading “Ann Trotman Singles Report”

DBE vs City of Birmingham IBC Report

Friendly fixture DBE vs Birmingham IBC, February 5th 2017

Yet another very good day for all concerned. Everyone arrived safely despite the poor weather. We received a warm welcome from the City of Birmingham IBC club members with the warmth extending to the surroundings. Everyone enjoyed the game, hosts and visitors alike. Continue reading “DBE vs City of Birmingham IBC Report”

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