There was a lot of scoring and marking at last Monday’s Ladies match. Plus the compulsory cup of tea.
Team Marina watched every end of the last game of a very successful Preliminary Round Cup Competition win on Wednesday night (‘B’ Team – photo below courtesy of Elaine Beech). Most of the opposition had left before the end of the match! The ‘A’ Team also played in a Preliminary Round of the Cup CompetitionContinue reading “No Competition”
As with all sports, it is important to keep hydrated during a match. Tea is a very important part of playing bowls.
Our ‘B’ Team demonstrated how to form a sophisticated grouping on the green yesterday. Photograph courtesy of Elaine Beech
Yes, it’s newsletter time and, as always, it is stuffed with interesting and informative stuff: Competitions; Saving Energy; Easyfundraising; Easter Pairs Handicap; U3A Coaching Sessions; Small Talk.
Learning how to play bowls starts today for a group of Llandudno U3A Members. Gurus, Dave Holland and John Cartwright, ably assisted by other experienced members of the Vardre Deganwy Bowls Club, will lead the weekly sessions that will run until 19th September. Click Here to see last year’s group from the U3A. Welcome toContinue reading “Welcome to U3A”
“Right Eddie, which is the largest room in the World?” “Well Gary, there is only one room I know of that could be the largest room in the World – the room for improvement.” Source: Another Victorian Riddle from the book: “A Thousand and One Riddles – With a Few Thrown In”, published by GeorgeContinue reading “A Riddle”
At the end of the 2019 Season, the ‘A’ Team won promotion to the ‘B’ Division in the League. Due to Covid, any matches played since then have been friendlies. Today the league resumed and the new team, made up of previous players and a few newbies, had its first match in the ‘B’ DivisionContinue reading “1st Match on Saturday”
Click Here to read Ian’s write-up about the Easter Handicap Competition held on Thursday. It includes the results from every game so, if you don’t want to know the results, look away now.
The blackbirds are working non-stop at the moment to find fresh mealworms to feed to their chicks but they are very vulnerable to predators. So please help feed the parent birds so that they have the energy to keep up their search for food for their little ones and to have the strength to keepContinue reading “Look After the Birds”