Bowral bowlers have switched to mufti dress.
From Saturday, March 21 until a future date, all bowls on Saturday will be in mufti dress that is in smart casual.
This is a big move from the old days of club uniforms.
This will be promptly looked at when we get back to normal bowls operations.
The new arrangements started from Saturday, but only a handful of bowlers took advantage of a nice autumn day.
The new arrangements started from Saturday, but only a handful of bowlers took advantage of a nice autumn day.Gordon Lewis.
- Don Coleman, Bob Edwards defeated Harold Wall 23-13.
- Peter Cornwell, Ian Crowe, Brian Porter defeated Neville Tanner, Bill Meredith, Reta South 33-13.
- Keith Edwards, Ashley Lewis defeated Gordon Lewis, Dennis Beatty 22-14.
Until we get more clarity from Royal New South Wales Bowling Association on the future of the pennant season, which will come out in a circular in the next couple weeks to all zones, districts and clubs.
Joint advice from women's bowls NSW and Bowls NSW regarding coronavirus (covid-19).
Pennants has been suspended for an indefinite period. Due to this, the current points score is published after two rounds and as can be seen, so far not successful for Bowral.
- Penrith 18 points
- Wallacia 11 points
- Glenbrook 10 points
- Austral 9.5 points
- Blacktown 9.5 points
- Bowral 2 points
- Robertson 19 points
- Bowral 18.5 points
- Taralga 10 points
- Camden 10 points
- Picton 1.5 points
- Campbelltown City 1 point
- Camden 19 points
- Campbelltown City 19 points
- Bundanoon 11 points
- Picton 9 points
- Bargo 1 point
- Bowral 1 point
Bowral bowlers please note bowls will definitely be on this coming Wednesday and Saturday.
Finally stay safe under these trying times and make certain you all keep up to the hygiene methods as required.