One of the oldest Short Mat Bowling Clubs in Herefordshire, Lea Short Mat Bowling Club was a founding member of the Herefordshire SMBA.
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Lea Short Mat Bowling Club
Hi there folks!
Just to let you know
that we are celebrating
our 25th aniversary
The first Game with
Norman Davies in the middle
But who are the others???
Lea Short Mat Bowling Club,
was formed in 1991, when a few enthusiasts got together during the month of April to play
Short Mat Bowls in the new Village Hall.
In 1992, under
the inspiration of Norman Davies, the chairman of Lea Short Mat
Bowling Club, Lea joined with Fownhope SMBC to pioneer the formation of
a County Short Mat Bowling Association. Only two clubs in Hereforshire
were interested in this move at the time.
Therefore, the original
association was formed with three clubs from Gloucestershire,
Brockweir in the Forest of Dean.
This joint arrangement
remained until 1999
when by mutual agreement
each county formed its own
Following the AGM
The Officers of the Management Commitee are
Chairperson Mary Gardner
Secretary Merion Attwood
Tel 01989 750591
E mail - email@example.com
Torquay Autumn Bowls Festival 2016
Eleven people associated with
LEA SHORT MAT BOWLING CLUB
attended the abovetournament.
This was a good year for the Derwent ,
a total of 54 teams played in the triples competition
8 members of our club were involved
in the triples and pairs they were as follows
Gwyn Jones, Colin Smith and Sheila Wye (Llaruperz Club)
Mary and Tony Gardener with June Smith
Pauline and David Mills with Karen Perry
PAIRS teams were:-
Mary Gardener with Karen Perry
Pauline and David Mills
Gwyn Jones with Colin Smith
The triples did very well in the
preliminary games, all teams reaching the quarter finals in the main competition that is the last 16 of 54 teams starting.
Pauline and David Mills reached the semi finals of the triples winning a badge .
Gwyn and Colin reached the semi finals of the pairs
Gwyn - Colin - Sheila - Mary -Tony and June
also won hot shot badges,
Pauline Mills Dave Mills Karen Perry
If you would like to visit us, ( and we love visitors) you will find us on the A 40, about five miles out of Ross on Wye.
From the other direction (Gloucester) we are the same distance from Huntley,
Please feel free to roam through the pages of this site, we thank you for your visit