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2009 Season

Middleton Cup

Congratulations to Geoff Wilkins and Lee Peacock. After successful trials, both were selected for the Gloucestershire Middleton Cup Team for the game against Hereford at Eastnor on Sat 30th May.
After a convincing 20 - 2 win for Gloucestershire both Lee and Geoff keep their places for the visit of Devon on 6th June at Frampton.


County Triples

Roy Burnett, Paul Hughes and John G. Wood will contest the Final of the Gloucestershire County Triples against a GB Britton trio. They qualify for a trip to Worthing in August for the Nationals.


County Cup

After a comprehensive defeat of G B Britton on Sunday 19th July at Henleaze Bowling Club, Bristol Greenbank will once again contest the Gloucestershire County Cup at Cheltenham Spa on Sunday 30th August. They will meet Cam Mills who qualify for the Finals day after Stroud B.C. could not raise a team!!!!



After a nail biteing finish in the Semis Greenbank went down by 3 shots. The afternoon did not bring a change of fortune losing to Gloucester City by 10 shots. Jeff Lowdens rink was the best of the bunch winning AM and PM.

Gloucestershire County President Brian Smith presents the Fourth Place Shield to Jeff Lowden.

Bristol North East League Cup

A victory over Kingswood & Hanham on all three rinks at G B Britton on Mon 10th August gives Bristol Greenbank the opportunity to defend last years title against Eastville Bowling Club. The Final will take place at B A C BAWA on Tues 18th August 2009.


The North East League Cup is retained for another season after the win against a good Eastville side.

Team (L to R): Harry Evered, Barry Major, Brian Thomas, Colin Keefe, Mike Keating, Steve Andrews, Martin Curry, John Wood, Rex Amos, Geoff Wilkins, Wally Cifford, Pete Bennett, Barry Avery

President Brian Smith presents the Cup to Mike Keating.

Ladies "B" Team

Congratulations to the Ladies "B" Team who made sure of winning division three after taking a 14 points haul from their last two away games against Henbury and Begbrook Green. The ladies won ten of their twelve fixtures, drew one and lost one to score 77 points out of a possible 96.


North East Bristol Bowls League Finals

Congratulations to John Ind and Graham Hudd on winning the Pairs against Dave Hall from Page Park B.C..

Well done to Gerry Coffield, John Ind, Dave Bennett and Graham Hudd on winning the Fours against John Horsteads rink from G.B.Britton. With the score 21-6 after 14 ends the teams shook hands.


City and County of Bristol Competitions

John Wood and Jeff Lowden beat Frank Maud and BJ Smith of Yate B.C. 21 - 19 in the Semi-Final of the Pairs to qualify for the Final againts Ian Kennedy and Allen Watson at Bristol B.C. on Saturday 19th September.

Jeff Lowden, Paul Hughes, P Bennett and John Wood beat Matt Hook, Andy Wright, Andy Hoyles and Steve Secker of Portishead R.B.L in the Semi-Final of the Fours and qualify for the Final at Bristol B.C. on Sunday 20th September. It was a remarkable turn round in a game that appeared to have slipped away. At 15 ends the Portishead boys were 20 - 8 up and well in control. After winning the jack, Jeff Lowden bowled a short length in an effort to change things. Change they did, Greenbank went on to win the game 21 - 20 after an extra end. They meet Danny Nutt's Bristol rink in the Final.

Report on the Finals to follow.



Jeff Lowden and John Wood win the Pairs.

Jeff Lowden, Paul Hughes, Pete Bennett and John Wood beat Danny Nutt's rink to win the Fours. On the 20th end Greenbank were five shot up (24-19) and then dropped a five. The extra end was close but Paul Hughes drew the shot that was not bettered and proved to be the winner for Greenbank.

International Champion

Former member Alan Walsh still has many close friends within Bristol Greenbank. Alan entered the Internaional Visually Handicapped Bowlers B1 Single Competition (B1 is totaly blind). He played and won five matches over two days to win the title. It is of no surprise to many because during his time at our club he continued to amaze club members and opponents with his accuracy. Well done Alan from all your friends at Bristol Greenbank.

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