Olney Bowling Club  

     


     

    2020


     

     

     

    2019

    Dec 12   If you are on Facebook, please link to the Olney Bowling Club page and Join it as this is the most efficient way to receive up to date news and pictures.

     
    Sept 24   Tony Alcock, Chief Exec of Bowls England has announced his retiral with effect from Spring 2020.  

     
    Sept 16   Finals week saw the majority of the club competitions results being settled.   Visit our competition page to see the winners names up in Lights.

     
    Aug 8   6 of our Juniors played in a pre-international match against a touring team from Hong Kong at Newport Pagnell Bowls club.   The event was broadcast on BBC Look East and 3 Counties Radio.   Well done to our juniors who played some excellent bowls and gained a massive amount of experience.

     
    July 26   Congratulations to Claire Ridpath who won the Bucks unbadged singles competition at Chesham Bowls Club.  Claire won 21-9, beating Beverley Goldsworthy from Newport Pagnell.

     
    May 17   A further community activity by one of our members saw Rowland Cleverley and his wife Jane, embark on a 2 week cycle ride to do LEJOG - Lands End to John O'Groats.  They are raising funds for two Charities, Breast Cancer Now and the British Heart Foundation.   The club wishes them well.

     
    May 14   3 of our Juniors attended the first Bucks Bowls Junior academy at Aylesbury and Harvey Whitmack has been invited to join the Bucks U25 team despite the tender age of 13.   A massive compliment to the Junior coaches and the Club in general.

     
    May 13   Newport Pagnell Bowling Club has launched the North Bucks Junior Academy in conjunction with Taylor bowls.   A number of our Junior bowlers have become involved and a structured series of events are planned for the forthcoming season and beyond.

     
    May 12   Olney Bowling Club Open day was a much quieter affair than in previous years.   Despite that, plenty of folks came along to find out more about the game and to take part in some of the activities which were available on the day.  From that, around 20 new members signed up for further coaching.

     
    Mar 5   Claire Ridpath and Pat Andrews got into the thick of things when they joined the world famous Olney Pancake Race, running to raise funds for Guide Dogs for the Blind.   Thanks to their efforts, over £200 was raised.  Just another way that Olney Bowling Club is involved in the community.