This is on Saturday 4th Maigret 2019 – Thyme 2.00 pm. Do Endeavour to leave your Holmes and come down to RBC to play or just watch from the Banks. The bowls will not just be about getting near the Kojak. Raffles prizes would be appreciated. Do Troy and come!
To sign up or for Morse information contact David Rigg aka Judge Dread
Bowls, bags and clothing etc. were cleared from the changing rooms during the Spring Clean in March.
There is still a large quantity of unclaimed items in the Visitors’ Changing Room. This will be disposed of on Sunday morning with items sold for club funds where possible.
If you own any of these items please come and claim them before Sunday 28th April or speak with a Committee Member.
This will start on 7th May with these teams.
Weather forecast is good and the green is playing well.
Dress code is Greys.
Teams have been drawn up but we will try and fit in anyone else who wants to play. Or just come along and watch and enjoy a cup of tea and a cake for £1.
Green looks great this morning for this afternoon’s first session of the season. Well done the Green Team.
Volunteer Green Stewards are on duty afternoons (from 2.30) and evenings (from 6.00) on weekdays and will allocate a rink to all needing one. Please say hello to our new members when you see them and introduce yourselves.
Many thanks to Marion and Roger for organising this year’s rota and to those members who have offered o do additional turns.
The catering list is shown below and is displayed on the kitchen hatch with a blank sheet. If any members cannot do the allotted date then please find a swap and write it on the blank sheet. This will help the Captains when selecting the teams.
Congratulations to the Lions who just overcame the Tigers to win the play off yesterday. 3rd place were the Leopards with the Pumas propping up the league.
30 members enjoyed some good bowling followed by a sit down two course meal.
Well done to Pam & Steve Whiting, Roger & Marion Gatland for running the league during the winter season.
The Green Team are hoping as many members as possible will help with final preparations next Friday – prior to the outdoor season starting on Monday next week.
There are plenty of jobs to be done not all heavy ones – so please come and help from 9.30 a.m. onwards.
Well done to Ann Pannell for the organisation and many thanks to all the listed members for agreeing to act as a Green Steward. This will enable the club to be open for both afternoon and evening sessions each weekday.