Victoria defeated St Andrews by six shots in the North Somerset Cup to progress to the next round.

St Andrews reached the county final of the national mixed Tony Allcock Trophy.

Ashcombe Park suffered just one defeat out of four over-60s league matches, plus another two friendly victories.

Victoria recorded an overwhelming victory against Clarence in the Top Club competition, winning each of the five dimensions.

St Andrews defeated Portishead RBL in the preliminary round of the Bowls England Top Club competition after an extra-end victory.

Ashcombe Knights enjoyed a comfortable victory over Clevedon Prom in the Weston & District Over-60s League.

St Andrews kept their unbeaten recorded in the Weston & District Over-60s League when they defeated Portishead RBL.

Mick Edline and Don Towie of Clarence Park, defeated a Taunton Deane pair in the Somerset county pairs competition.

Ashcombe Knights enjoyed a comfortable victory over Clarence Golds in the first round of the Weston and District Over-60s Cup.

St Johns B finished on top of the Weston Central Skittles League and crowned league champions.

Ashcombe teams started the Weston and District Over-60s League with a victory and a draw.

An end of season triples tournament was hosted by Kewstoke Short Mat Bowling Club.

The Alleycats won the George Davis Cup after a dramatic fifth set against St Johns B.

Victoria Bowling Club started the new season with the traditional president’s day.

New Pennies finished top of the Weston & District Ladies Skittles League by just six points.

The start of the bowls outdoor season was greeted by full sunshine for many of the local clubs.

A Weston skittles team entered a major tournament at the last minute for fun and won it at the first attempt.

Latest results, scores and league tables from the local skittle alleys.

Victoria Bowls Club member Roy Bromet picked up two indoor titles as well as being runner-up twice.

Open day at Mark Moor

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Mark Moor Bowling Club is holding an open day on April 28.

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