The Winter League is back up and running after repairs to the bowling surface at Betws yn Rhos. Vardre Deganwy plays there today at 2:30pm.
Our Dream Green Maintenance Team has been at it again, with the help of some volunteers. The 40-bags of top dressing were delivered yesterday and, in-two-shakes-of-a-lamb’s-tail, it was distributed across the green this morning followed by spraying with iron and wetting agent. Granular fertilizer will be added in about 10-days. Thanks to Ian for theContinue reading “Someone Has To Do It”
A squirrel helps out our Dream Green Maintenance Team.
“This week’s wet weather has delayed our Autumn work. The delivery of a ton of top dressing has been put back a week as the green has been too wet to vericut and scarify.’ “We are awaiting a drier couple of days to allow for the vericut to be less damaging to the surface –Continue reading “Green Health”
Paul having a “behind the bike shed” moment during today’s match.
Good luck to our Winter Team that plays its second match of the season tomorrow (Wednesday 13th October 2021). If you can get along to give the team your support, then be at the Betws yn Rhos bowling club between 10:30am and 12:30pm. Here are 8-lucky-rabbit-feet for all the 8-members of the team:-
Tommy about to remove David L’s red ear defenders with one flick of the wrist with the green swisher. Unfortunately, there is no “After” photo – only this “Before” photo.
The Betws yn Rhos Winter League is now underway and our team had their first outing on Thursday.
Remember that today is the day to sign-up to play on Craig-y-Don bowling green for the Winter Season. Be at their pavilion today (2nd October 2021) between 2:00pm and 4:00pm to pay for the season at £30.00 per person.
A word from Ian, the ‘A’ Team Captain: “Season ended today with a very tight game away at League winners Abergele, where just 3 points made the difference between an 8-4 win and a 5-7 defeat. Congratulations and a huge thank you to the team members (click here for photo) for their support, assistance andContinue reading “North Wales Coast League”