Well done to the ladies who played on Friday, our closest match yet. Jeanne, Gill and Sheila were level pegging with the opposition for most of the game, while Marie, Alison and Janet fought back from a 5 – 13 deficit to only lose by 2 points at 13 – 15.
Well done to the ladies who played in their first league triples match against Kingsthorpe.
A tough, but enjoyable, evening. Congratulations to Kingsthorpe, who won both the match and the meat raffle.
Nice to see members working on the clubhouse and grounds
A big thank you to:-
Philip, Janet, John, Jeanne, Dave, Sheila, Malcolm and Kath
for all their hard work on putting on The Race Night on Saturday. A great time was had by all.
Mick and Gill
A lovely fun evening of bowls and social. Thanks to all the members. Highly recommend to anyone new who is looking for a fun Friday night out.
4th January 7.30 Home to Pytchley
7th January 12 noon Away at Manor, Milton Keynes
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The club hosted a successful table top event, first of the winter season, on 28 November 2021, and what a show it was!
Thirteen tables skilfully dressed and ably staffed by local entrepreneurs and vendors made for a delightful afternoon of commerce, companionship and an opportunity to meet and greet friends old and new.
An open bar, coffee and tea and light snacks and a magical snowstorm topped off the day. Many grateful thanks to all involved!
I am very happy to report that the Short Mat at DTBC will recommence on Wednesday 22nd September at 7.00 pm.
We look forward to bowling with existing members and any new ones who wish to try Short mat.
I collected Mike and the luggage from Meacham on Saturday… After a look round a couple of shops in Hunstanton,, we all headed home. A Clio with four adults and a bit of luggage, and my Scenic with Mike and the rest of the luggage and picnic stuff and wheelchair ,,, all home safely a little after two o’clock after a couple of stops..
no drama ‘s from the satnav… A bit different from the previous Saturday when taking them to Heacham… But we don’t talk about that anymore.!!!😂😂😂😂😂😂
Thank you to everyone who supported the Daventry and District Sports Club open day. I hope everyone enjoyed their session and that we see you again soon.
The volunteers at all the clubs were fantastic and made the day special.
Today, the whole sports club is open from 11- 4. Come along and try bowls, squash, archery, athletics, table tennis or rugby and enjoy a cream tea in the bowling club.
Congratulations to Bill, who won the meat raffle (again) last night.
Hope you enjoy the meat from John Thorne, Daventry market Tuesday and Friday.
- Thanks for the great support from everyone on Friday night. The meat raffle, from John Thorne ( Daventry market Tuesday and Friday) was won by Caroline, congratulations to her.
The pizza was well received and the profits from the food and raffle help with club finances.
Looking forward to seeing you all next week.
Thanks to all the bowlers who took part in the match against the Grange, hopefully we can arrange home and away games next season.
The rain, thankfully, held off and we enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon.
Unfortunately we lost on all three rinks but there is only one direction from here.
Well done to everyone, including the men who served the tea and biscuits.
Finally, after all these weeks, I’ve won the meat raffle. Don’t know why I am so pleased, as I am a vegetarian, but it’s nice to win. Thank you John, for the meat, always good quality.
Men’s Pairs Report – 11th July 2021
On Sunday 11th July 2021, 8 pairs of men arrived at Daventry Town B C to take part in the inaugural Men’s Pairs competition. After being greeted by Chairman Phillip Silk-Nielsen the competition got under way..
The players were split into 2 groups with 4 teams in each group. The competition was played in a round format with each team playing 3 matches, at the end of 2 rounds of matches, each group was poised for a close finish with 3 teams in each group still having a chance to progress to the final.
At the end of the round robin in Group 1 there were 3 teams on 4 points and the group was decided on Shot Difference with Craig Bowler and Adrian Mellows topping the group. In Group 2 the final round of matches left 1 team on 4 points with 2 other teams on 3 points and Chris Grey and Anthony Page topped the group.
The final started as a close match with the score at 4 – 2 after 4 ends, then Anthony and Chris won the next 2 ends to open a 7 – 2 lead, Craig and Adrian cut the deficit on the next end scoring 1 before Anthony and Chris won the next 6 ends to take a commanding 15 – 3 lead, the final two ends were shared, and the final score was 17 – 4 to Anthony and Chris.
Daventry Town Chairman Phillip Silk-Nielsen presented the trophy to the winning pair.
Disability Bowls England would like to thank Daventry Town B C for hosting the event, with special mention to Janet Matthews who ensured that we had refreshments throughout the day, also to Duggie Mitchell and Andy Houghton who pushed the wheelchair for our player throughout the event.
Disability Bowls England
We are hosting this event at our club tomorrow Sunday 11 July starting at 10.30 a.m. Three players competing are currently part of the initial squad from which next year’s Commonwealth Games team will be selected. Come along and enjoy what should be a great day of competitive bowls.
Wednesday 7 July
The rain held off for most of the afternoon to enable us to play against the team from Kislingbury. Both sides welcomed one male bowler, to make up the numbers, they appeared to come away unscathed. Thank you to Jean, who arrived at the club expecting a roll up and ended up playing her first official match.
Each team ended with a loss, a draw and a win. Congratulations to Kislingbury who one by a greater margin.