Cramlington Bowling Club Win 2019 Jubilee Cup.Congratulations to A.Allonby, J.Sutherland, J.Summerside and K.Miles winners of the 2019 Jubilee Cup
Wednesdays jumbles is cancelled as a re-arranged fixture between Klondyke and Cramlington is being played.Normal service resumes next week on Tuesday and Wednesday.
On Thursday 11th of July, following our Parliamentary League fixture, we will be unveiling the refurbished bench dedicated to the memory of Brian Hardcastle. Brian’s family and friends will be in attendance and all club members are invited to join us for the ceremony and light refreshments. Please spread the word among those who do […]
You can pay your annual subscription at 12:30 April 16h, 17th, 23rd, 24th.Also 13:00 22nd April
As agreed at the spring meeting team captains have been appointed for the forthcoming season. If for any reason you are unavailable for selection you should advise the appropriate team captain.TEAM CAPTAINSTEAMLEAGUECAPTAINCramlingtonKnightBob HarrisonCramlingtonNinesBill GilbertCramlingtonCleggPhill GingCramlingtonBlyth Valley VetsJoe DixonCramlingtonParliamentaryJoe DixonCramlingtonCrawford SmithJoe DixonKondykeBlyth Valley VetsBrian UsherKlondykeCrawford SmithBrian Usher You may alternatively notify your non-availability by placing a cross against […]
Roll ups are planned for the following dates.Tuesday 9th April. Wednesday 10th April. Tuesday 16th April. Wednesday 17th April. The official starting Date for the jumbles is Tuesday 23rd April.Please note a vote will be held today as to whether or not the Jumbles should be played as two separate events.One on a Tuesday and the other on a Wednesday. Players […]
The aim of the game is simple. Get your bowls as close as possible to a small white ball called the ‘jack’. However there’s so much more to it than that!! BBC Sport has a nice concise beginners guide aimed at anyone interested in taking up the sport. The article covers everything from how competitions unfold and how […]
An interesting article in The Scotsman about lawn bowling in Scotland that’s definitely worth a read. The piece details how bowls has become something of an obsession that’s moving with the times north of the border. Along with debunking some of the historical myths around the sport, it states that recent Scottish success in lawn bowls at the […]