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Sunday 21st April – The Green is Open
Farnborough Bowling Club is a friendly, sociable club in Canterbury Road. We welcome new bowlers and provide free tuition: more information can be found here
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The club laid a new green in September 2016 ready for our 70th anniversary year.
Our charity for 2019 is Parity providing services and support for people with profound and multiple disabilities and their families
Next few events
Full calender available here
- Farnham & District Division 1 Runners Up 2018
- Farnham & District Mixed Triples Winners 2018
- Farnham & District Ladies’ Singles Winner 2018
- Stoke Park Floodlit Trophy Winner 2018
- Aldershot & District Division 2 Winner 2017
- Farnham & District Division 2 Runners Up 2017
- Farnham & District Mixed Pairs Finalist 2017
- Farnham & District Boyd Shield Finalist 2016
- Farnham & District Men’s Pairs Finalists 2016
- Aldershot & District 2 Wood Triples Finalists 2016, 2015
- Astolat Plate Winners 2016
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After 5 games our men are in 3rd place in the A&D league, Division 1. A good start to the season. Well done guys
5-0 win for both men’s teams in the A&D League last night, well done guys and a very big thanks to the unsung heroes who prepare the food each week.
The annual Memorial Trophy Competition took place on a cold Sunday 5th May. The players were split into 2 leagues playing two games before a delicious lunch prepared by the ladies bowlers.
After lunch, the final game was played, the result would determine who was in the Finals
Michael Andrews, Chris Wright and Steve Wood won their league by not losing a game. In the other league there was a tie on points and shot difference. Eventually Keith Howlett and Brian Brain emerged as winners by winning the most ends.
By the time the final was played the temperature hadn’t got any warmer making play difficult. The final ended up a very close run game with the score being even going into the last end. Michael’s team was holding until Keith draw a perfect bowl to win the Trophy