The draw sheets for the 2018 club competitions are now on the notice board. For each match the first named person is responsible for making the arrangements..
The tote sheet is now up in the clubhouse – pick your number NOW!!!.
Although we have managed to play our Thursday evening friendlies we have not been so fortunate with our South Leicestershire Triples League matches or our Saturday matches. In each case one of the fixtures has been rained off. Check the relevant entries on our web site for results to date.
Barry Rolfe will be restarting the Club Tote at the beginning of May 2018. The cost will remain at £1 per entry per week. This is an important fund-raising activity for the club and, if we did not run it, the annual subscription would have to increase by over £20 per member. There are still a few numbers available so we therefore ask anyone who has not yet joined to pick your number and get in touch with Barry. As before, to reduce the administration, we ask that participants pay a minimum of 10 weeks in advance. The winner will be whoever has the number corresponding to the ‘bonus ball number’ in the Saturday National Lottery Draw. In the event that no member has the winning number (or they are in arrears with their payments) then the prize will be rolled on to the following week. The income from the Tote will be shared 50:50 between the winners and the club.
Phil Blundell Trophy – 21 shots
Mixed Handicap – 21 shots
Mixed Pairs- best of 3 x 7 ends
2 Wood Mixed – 21 ends
3 Wood Singles – 18 ends
4 Wood Singles – 21 shots
You can now follow North Kilworth Bowls Club on Twitter @nkbowls. Follow us to see upcoming fixtures, results, events and other items of interest
If you have an e-mail address and are happy for us to contact you this way please e-mail email@example.com. With the cost of a second class stamp now at 55p being able to send information to you (e.g. this letter) by e-mail saves the club money. It also allows the team captains to contact you if necessary (e.g. with any queries about availability for matches if they can’t leave telephone messages).