Hornsea Indoor Bowling Club

The winter leagues are now fully operational with the majority full, although there are a few vacancies in some leagues.  The Club’s Yorkshire leagues fixtures in both the men’s and women’s sections have commenced.

 

Hornsea Indoor Bowls Club awards at the club’s annual Presentation Evening

The trophy winners were presented with their awards by club director Betty Laurenson.

Winter Leagues 2015/16

Monday 10.30  Open Triples – Ian Paddy, Stuart Burns, Dennis Cheater.

Monday 12.30  Open Pairs – Steve Webster, Keith Gilchrist.

Monday 2.30  Open Pairs – Richard Dixon, John Collett.

Monday 7.00  Open Pairs – Terry Sellers, Keigh Barrow, Andy Caley.

Tuesday 10.30  Aussie Pairs – Brian Snowdon, Stuart Kemp.

Tuesday 12.30  Open Pairs – Sue Cotton, Pat Paddy.

Wednesday 10.30  Vets Triples – Jim Moulds, Ron Atherton, Mick Binks.

Wednesday 12.30  Open Pairs – Helen Watson, Paul Hammond.

Wednesday 2.30  Open Triples – Jeff Smith, Mike Bratton, A N Another.

Wednesday 7.00  Open Triples – Brian Snowdon, John Edkins, John Curtis.

Thursday 10.30  Open Triples – Sue Cotton, Di Jones, Janet Farnsworth.

Thursday 2.30  Aussie Pairs – Simon Wright, Gerry Saunders.

Thursday 7.00  Open Pairs – Jim Moulds, Cliff Holmes, Ron Atherton.

Friday 10.30  Vets Triples – Terry Adkins, Peter Smith, Mike Maddison, B Skelton.

Friday 7.00  Open Triples – Mike Hainstock, John Collett, Ron Holmes.

Summer Leagues

Tuesday 10.30 – Open Pairs – Barry Burn, John Fisher, John Ogle.

Wednesday,10.30 – Open Pairs – Simon Wright, Steve Payne

Thursday 10.30 – Aussie Pairs- Stuart Burns, Stuart Kemp.

Thursday, 19.00 – Open Pairs – Jim Whitchurch, Valerie Furniss.

Friday 19.00 – Aussie Pairs – Steve Payne, Helen Watson.

Club Competition 2015/16

Aussie Pairs – Simon Wright, Diane Oldroyd

Ladies Pairs – Danni Martinson, Katy Baxter.

Gents Over 55s – Jim Whitchurch

Gents Pairs – Peter Oliver, Cliff Holmes.

Mixed Doubles – Mark Goodfellow, Katy Baxter.

Gents Triples – Jim Moulds, Cliff Holmes, Mick Binks.

Over 60s Singles – Jim Whitchurch.

Ladies Singles – Danni Martinson.

Remembrance Trophy – Katy Baxter.

Gents Singles – Mark Goodfellow.

Open Singles – Jim Whitchurch.

Gents Fours – Michael Fairbairn, Ralph Buchan, Terry Willingham, James Baxter.

Winter Leagues 2015/16

Monday 10.30  Open Triples – Ian Paddy, Stuart Burns, Dennis Cheater.

Monday 12.30  Open Pairs – Steve Webster, Keigh Gilchrist.

Monday 2.30  Open Pairs – Steve Webster, Keith Gilchrist.

Monday 7.00  Open Pairs – Terry Sellers, Keith Barrow, Andy Caley.

Tuesday 10.30  Aussie Pairs – Brian Snowdon, Stuart Kemp.

Tuesday 12.30  Open Pairs – Sue Cotton, Pat Paddy.

Wednesday 10.30  Vets Triples – Jim Moulds, Ron Atherton, Mick Binks.

Wednesday 12.30  Open Pairs – Helen Watson, Paul Hammond.

Wednesday 2.30  Open Triples – Jeff Smith, Mike Bratton, An other.

Wednesday 7.00  Open Triples – Brian Snowdon, John Edkins, John Curtis.

Thursday 10.30  Open Triples – Sue Cotton, Di Jones, Janet Farnworth.

Thursday 2.30 Aussie Pairs – Simon Wright, Gerry Saunders.

Thursday 7.00 Open Triples – Jim Moulds, Cliff Holmes, Ron Atherton.

Friday 10.30 Vets Triples – Terry Adkins, Peter Smith, Mike Maddison, B Skelton.

Friday 7.00 Open Triples – Mike Hainstock, John Collett, Ron Holmes.

 

Hornsea & District Indoor Bowls Club coach and club player, Simon Wright, is looking forward to 19th & 20th November when he will take part in the Disability Bowls England Masters Singles event at the Gedling Bowls Centre in Nottingham, having been selected as one of the top four wheelchair bowlers in the country this year.  The Masters event consists of the top four bowlers from each disability category, being the English Amputee and Les Autres Bowling Association (ELABA), Visually Impaired Bowling England (VIBA) the British Wheelchair Bowls Association (BWBA) and Cerebral Palsy Sport (CP Sport).  The competition has a round robin stage leading into the semi-finals played over the weekend.

“I’m extremely honoured to be selected and very excited to be playing someone of the country’s elite players,” quipped a delighted Simon.  “This event comes at the end of a very successful year. However, this is only the first step towards the possibility of gaining national selection”.

Indoor Bowls is a popular sport played at local, county, national and international level including at the Commonwealth Games.  Hornsea Indoor Bowls Club has a proud history of producing a number of top level players whose images now adorn the club’s Hall of Fame wall.  Anyone interested in trying the game for themselves can book four free lessons by calling the club on 537776.

 

 

Dates for your diary

  1. The Bowls Club’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Tuesday, 1st November, starting at 7.30 pm. It is hoped that there will be a good attendance of members at this meeting.
  2. The Club’s lottery draw has now reverted to a weekly draw on Thursday evenings at about 9.30 pm. The latest winner on 21st October won over £500, so make sure you have a go – it costs just £1.00 per week.
  3. The Hornsea Open has unfortunately had to be re-arranged early in the New Year
  4. Ladies Fixtures coming up
  5. Ladies Yorkshire League:-Saturday 29th October v Selby, 12.30
  6. North Eastern Ladies League:- Saturday, 12th November v New Elstrick, 12.30.
  • Yetton Trophy:- Saturday 5th November v North Cave, 12.30
  1. Sunday, 30th October – the launch of the Seagull Gallery with an exhibition by talented local artists, including ‘A Load of Bowls’ by Philip Hargreaves from 1.00 – 3.30 pm. Free refreshments.  The exhibition is adjacent to the restaurant and Sunday lunches will be available.  This is a full exhibition and will be open throughout November during the Club’s opening hours.
  2. There will be a friendly match on Sunday 27th November, at 1.00 pm against Ryedale, a former established club that, after difficult times, is re-emerging.
  3. Entry forms for the Club’s internal competitions are now up on the Club’s boards and entries must be in by 10th
  4. Next year’s club finals will be held over the weekend of Saturday/Sunday 1st and 2nd

 

The Club should like to extend sympathy to the family of Norman Wilkinson who passed away recently.  Norman was a popular member, both indoors and outdoors at the Promenade Bowling Club.

 

 

Promenade Bowls Club

Were you there?  At our Barefoot bowling event 49 people came and tried their hand, and their feet, on our green.  It was a great success and we hope to do it again next year.   Our thanks to the Floral Hall who stayed open and provided refreshments during the evening.

Saturday 20th August started out wet and the forecast was not good for the rest of the day for our Club Finals.  Apart from losing one gazebo (thanks to the three passing strangers who came to our aid), all finals were run on time and this year there were 7 different winners.  Mick Maddison won the Club Championship again.  My thanks to all Club members who helped in any way to make the day a success.

Thursday, 1st September the Ladies played the Gentlemen and for the first time in 3 years the Gentlemen won, much to the annoyance of the Ladies.  Still there is always next year.

The green is now closed for the winter ready for the repair work to be completed.  This includes having the ends raised, scarifying, top dressing and seeding.  The new watering system has really helped to improve the green this year and we hope to see even more improvement next year.

Our AGM was held in the Parish Hall on Thursday, 6th October. If you wish to find out more about the Club please give Neville Sansome a call on 01482750550.

This year our friendly match against Hornsea Indoor Bowling Club members was played indoors and we were well and truly thrashed with all our rinks losing.  More indoor practice needed.

During the winter our Club members meet on a Wednesday morning at the Indoor Bowling Club on Atwick Road.  We have a friendly roll up from 9.30 until 10.30am and then adjourn for coffee.  Please come and join us.

Our Ceilidh will be held at the Hornsea Indoor Bowling Club on Atwick Road on Saturday 3rd December with food, live music and a very good caller.  Tickets available from the Indoor Club’s Reception.

 

October

Firstly, a reminder that the Club’s first members’ dinner and presentation of trophies evening will be held on Saturday, 1st October starting at 8.00 pm. After a two course dinner there will be trophy presentations followed by a performance from the very talented teenager Emily Drewery. If you missed Emily’s performance at the recent Tres Amici evening this is your chance to see a star of the future. Tickets are priced at £12.50, so ensure that you book your tickets now.
The winter leagues 2016-17 have now started with many leagues now full but there are vacancies in some leagues as follows:
Monday 10.30 – Open Triples, 2.30 Open Pairs.
Wednesday 12.30 – Open Pairs, 2.30 Open Triples.
Thursday 10.30 to 12.30, Novice Pairs
Friday 7.00 – Open Triples.
For those who have not yet experienced playing indoor bowls the Club is running a FREE six week course under the guidance of club qualified coaches and this course will start on Tuesday, 27th September from 7.00 – 9.00 pm. Call the Club on 01964 537776 to book your place or just turn up.
The Club have teams this year in the Yorkshire Men’s leagues, Divisions 1 and 3, the matches taking place on Saturdays, starting at 12.30.
The fixtures for October are:
8th October Division 1 v Redcar. Division 3 v Scarborough.
29th October Division 1 v York. Division 3 bye (no fixture).
The Club also have teams in Divisions 1 and 2 of the Yorkshire Men’s Over 55s league, and fixtures for October are:-
12th (Weds) Division 2 v North Cave – Away.
14th (Friday) v North Cave home.
21st (Friday) Division 1 v Featherstone, home and away.
Matches start at 12.30 pm
The Ladies have teams in the Yorkshire Ladies league and North Eastern league and these matches are on Saturday afternoons, and fixtures for October are:-
Yorkshire League, 29th October v Selby.
North Eastern League – 1st October v York, 15th October v Doncaster.
The Club now have a defibrillator which was installed at the Club on 25th August prior to which was a training day attended by members and staff. Thanks go to both members and Hornsea Lions for their donations towards the cost of this most valuable asset.
This year’s Hornsea Open with a top prize of £1,000.00 will take place over the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, 5th and 6th November and entry forms are now available. For more information contact Philip Hargreaves on 01964 532746 with more details on the next issue.
The Club’s lottery has now reverted to being drawn weekly every Thursday evening about 9.30 pm and with the next prize in the region of £280.00 it is well worth entering for just £1. Enter 5 numbers on the form and the winners will be any person who has 3 numbers matching the numbers drawn.
The Club’s next quiz evening will be held on Tuesday, September 25th, starting at 8.30 pm.
And finally a date for your diary – the Club’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, 8th November at 7.00 pm and it is hoped that as many members as possible will attend.

HORNSEA OUTDOOR BOWLING CLUB
Saturday 17th September was the end of the club’s season. The final event was the annual match between the Club Captain’s team versus President’s team. The weather was poor but this did not stop the teams

enjoying a well fought match ending with the captain’s team winning 2 rinks to the President’s 1. The President’s team did however win the aggregate so an honourable draw was declared. After the game the season end was celebrated with an excellent meal provided once again by the ladies.
The Club has had an enjoyable season but with little success, most teams finishing around mid table, but the Gents evening league team did manage to scrape into second place, gaining promotion. The social events have been well attended and thoroughly enjoyed so all that is left is to thank all members for their contribution to the season and remind them that the annual presentation dinner is on Saturday the 22nd of October at the Indoor Bowling Club.

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