On Saturday the club held a Games Night in which players had to show their expertise on 5 games; target bowling, quoits, putting, bar skittles and shuffleboard. The games were hotly contested and Ray Lancaster and Keith Baston both finished on equal points. A play-off was then played on the shuffleboard, with Ray winning the contest with his last shot. … Read More
This was a bitter sweet occasion for Town as it was Sue Allen’s final appearance before departing to pastures new in darkest Sussex. After Club Night members retired to the bar to drown their sorrows and wish Sue and Graham bon voyage. Nibbles were provided and the bar was kept very busy. President Keith Baston thanked Sue for her efforts … Read More
This event has been cancelled.
Kingsbridge Town remembered their Secretary, Tim Lewis, on Saturday. The afternoon was programmed to be Captain’s Day but Captain Keith Brayne and wife Sandra organised an event in memory of Tim with all the proceeds going to Tim’s nominated charity, Devon Air Ambulance. A spider was held where all players bowl at the same time to a central jack. This … Read More
Kingsbridge Town opened their green on Wednesday 20 April. New President Keith Baston bowled the first wood and declared the green open for the new season. This was followed by a practice roll-up and another was held on Saturday. Town have entered a new league for this season which is to be called the South Devon Mixed Bowling League. The … Read More
The committee has decided to cancel this event due to the pandemic.
On Saturday, Town held their annual barbeque. This event had been postponed twice by the weather and despite a poor forecast it was decided to go ahead. The weather turned out to be warm with a few showers so the decision was vindicated. The event was organised by Sue Allen, Keith and Sandra Brayne . Head chef was Keith Baston … Read More
The BBQ due to be held on Saturday July 24 has been postponed due to the poor weather forecast. It is hoped that it can be rearranged for a weekend in August.
Kingsbridge Town opened their brand new green on 21 April. The original green was damaged by a sewage leak in 2019 and had become unplayable. The new green is the result of 18 months of work by all the members. The renewal was organised by Chairman Ray Lancaster and special mention must be made to Captain Keith Brayne who worked … Read More
Kingsbridge Town put away their bowls last Saturday and let their hair down to take part in a Games Evening at the Clubhouse. This involved a Round Robin of 6 games played by 12 teams of 2 players, who were drawn together. The games consisted of Bar Skittles, Carpet Bowls, Putting, Quoits, Shut the Box , Bounce Off and Name … Read More