Saturday, 20 May 2017

Bounds Green - Home

For our first home match of the season we gave a warm but rather damp welcome to Bounds Green in the Pat Hicks and Bertie Joel Trophy first round. Four triples met a crack team from our nearest neighbours. The rain delayed the start but then held off for the remainder of the afternoon.

Bounds Green to a while to get into their stride but steadily pulled away on all rinks to win by a comfortable margin.

An enjoyable afternoon was not only dampened by the weather but also the absence of our dear friend and great bowler Keith Sage who is fondly remembered and greatly missed.






Grovelands - Away

Our first game of the season, two triples went to Grovelands and enjoyed a sunny match interspersed with showers, the game was called off after 12 ends when the heavens opened. Grovelands won, onwards and upwards.



Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Event Hire




In the heart of Muswell Hill our charming historic clubhouse has a unique past times atmosphere. from 1901 to ... it’s not quite made it into the 21st century, just yet.
We offer a sunny, tranquil view of our 6 rink bowling green, together with 1940s vintage china and cultlery, stylish 1950s formica tables, a 1970s wood panelled bar, archive bowling photographs, and much more.
We have seating for fifty, a licenced bar and a small modernish kitchen.
For details, viewing or special arrangements contact:
Events Manager
gmarks@gmarks.co.uk
M 07932 741 767

Monday, 4 May 2015

Open Day Success

Thanks to all those who came to the open day, the glorious weather, packed green and relaxed atmosphere was a sight for sore eyes after the long winter lay-off.

Thanks to the organisers and helpers for ensuring a steady flow of tea and cakes, introductions to bowling and a warm welcome to our friends and neighbours.

Please come along on Friday evenings from about 6:30 for a taster session or an informal game and a pint.

Please see our fixtures page here

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Club Handicap Final



Noel and Andy contested another closely fought final, Andy was unable to continue his run of form and seal the double. Noel eventually overcame Andy's favourable handicap to take the Handicap Trophy.

The spectators enjoyed the match with a cup of tea on pleasant late summer evening.