Club and other competitions
Details of Club and other competitions throughout the County can be viewed by clicking here
If you wish to promote your event on this page please send details here
YBA vs Walkington pictures here
Eric Wilkinson Triples results & pics here
Y. B. A. Supporters fund
Shares in the fund costs £10 per year
with no restriction on the numbers that clubs/members can hold and there is a monthly draw for first and second prizes
of £25 and £10 respectively.
Application forms can be downloaded here.
Winning numbers are on the news page
Try playing bowls
If you have never tried the game of lawn bowls you don’t know what you are missing!
It’s a very sociable game that can be played by all age groups and both sexes.
There are clubs in most towns and villages in the County (there’s a link at the bottom of this page) and if you contact them they will be only too keen to let you have a go. You won’t regret it!
The Patrons play mixed friendly matches against both indoor and outdoor clubs.
Life membership costs £25.
Joining is a great way of visiting other clubs and making new friends. The 2016/17 indoor fixtures and nomination form may be downloaded here.
Bowls England greens maintenance
The principal aim of the scheme is to offer practical assistance to the club whose green needs attention, in the simplest and quickest manner possible.
Full details here
Check how our National finalists are doing
Why do you play bowls? That’s one of the key questions Bowls England is asking in this year’s National Participation Survey that has been organised in conjunction with the Bowls Development Alliance (BDA).
The survey, which takes less than five minutes to complete, asks a number of key questions and the combined results will provide a detailed breakdown of participants within the sport.
Results will be used to inform future development of the sport in conjunction with the BDA and other key stakeholders.
Tony Allcock MBE, Bowls England Chief Executive, said: “It is vital for the future of the sport that we hear the views of those inside the sport currently, those who no longer play and also those who have not yet been inspired to take up bowls. By hearing from these three different groups of people, Bowls England and the BDA will be in a significantly enhanced position when working to increase the numbers of people participating in our sport. I would urge all of our members to take a few minutes to complete the survey.”
To complete the survey please go to: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ParticipationSurvey16