2019 Trophy Winners  - as presented at the Annual Dinner held at the Jolliffe, Kilmersdon  October 11th 2019

CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ALL  This year no one managed to hide!! (apart from those who could not make it to the dinner). 
An especial well done to Sue Smart who was declared Clubperson of the year

We Are Having an Open Day !!!

When is it ???

On the banner it says All Ages Welcome - we mean this. There have been World Champions in their 20's and 30's and at least one of our members played regularly in his teens. Do not think that this is just a game for old people. There are lots of bowlers whose great regret is that they did not discover the game earlier - but if you are now having to give up another sport and want something that you can play at a slightly older age this could be for you!!.

2019 Season under way

The 2019 season started on Saturday the 13th April with the opening of the green (with a large number of members being on the green to practice) followed on the Sunday by Presidents Day and on the Monday evening the usual Club practice session. All 3 events featured cold but dry weather so a good start to the season in that regard. Thanks to all the club members who came along and helped get the green and clubhouse ready for the new season.

2018 Trophy Holders - as presented at the Annual Dinner held at the Jolliffe, Kilmersdon . Somehow Richard Brimble managed to hide himself behind Colin Love (you can just see a bit of shoulders and ear sticking out). 

Congratulations to you all.

Prattens Bowls Club Race Night - June 8th at 7.00 PM

Prattens Bowls Club will once again be having one of their popular race night events in the main social club. Tickets are £5 which covers entry and a ploughmans. Contact Lin or Richard Brimble on 01761 413832 to arrange a ticket. Tickets need to be booked in advance so that Lin can have the numbers for catering. If you love a little flutter or just want a good social evening please come along. (Non-members welcome) 

Pre-Season Meeting 2018

Saturday 23rd March at 10:30 am Prattens Bowls Clubhouse was very crowded as the pre-season meeting was held. There were a few missing due to holidays and at least one person working (yes a few of our members still do) but we were pleased to welcome five new members to the fold (3 men and two ladies). Before the club business commenced there was a  minutes silence to commemorate the recent deaths of two people associated with the club . This was immaculately observed. As well as the usual committee reports there were a few changes for the new season to announce. The success of our Ladies pair (Pauline and Chris) in winning the Somerset Ladies competition as well as the promotion of the Men's team in the Somerset League was also noted. This was followed by the  usual rush to pay membership fees and sign up for games on the availability sheets as well as the chatter of members who had not seen each other since the end of last season.  Please note that the green will be officially open on April 14th (see Fixtures list) and anyone else interested in joining will be warmly welcomed.

It was decided that Captains Day should have a theme of nightwear and, as you can see, everyone entered into the spirit of the day and had a great time.

Captains Day - 2017

It was also the birthday of the Ladies Captain (Chris Love) .

Congratulations to Pauline & Chris

Prattens Bowls Club wishes to offer the warmest congratulations to two of our lady members, Pauline Dando and Chris Love,  who have reached the final of the Somerset Ladies Pairs competition. This also qualifies them to play in the pairs at Leamington where they will be known as Somerset A.

Update -They enjoyed their visit to Leamington and the support from a number of Prattens members who attended but, unfortunately, they were unsuccessful on this occasion (see the picture below taken at Leamington).

Chris & Pauline at Leamington

More Congratulations - Pauline & Chris

As previously reported, Pauline Dando and Chris Love reached the final of the Somerset Ladies Pairs and now (September 2017) the final has been played and they WON so they are now officially the Champions.

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