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2019 Playing Season

Download reports about the Tarring Priory A Team, B Team and Friendly Teams

as well as notes about individual and personal bowls achievements by Priory Members

Playing Records by Priory Teams in 2019

WSBL  & CUPS  P  27   W  15  D    1    L  11

B TEAM   P  12   W   7   D    0   L    5

FRIENDLIES   P  21   W  10  D   0    L    11

ALL TEAMS    P  60   W  32  D   1    L   27

Tarring Priory Cup Games 2019

 SCB Abergavenny 

Prelim Round Marine Gardens





   WSBL PC CUP    



       BE Top Club     



The 2019 Tipsters Challenge results are  published here. Check out how the

race to be the 2019 champion was run.


Lest we forget . . .

Brian Price RIP

Brian 'Brin' Price died in July following six months battle with cancer.  Brin joined the club a few years ago just as a rollup bowler and was a regular on the green in the morning sessions.

In his working life he was a butcher plying his trade on Smithfield market in London. After retirement his major hobbies were split between bowling and meeting friends in the George and Dragon in Tarring village. We will miss your keen but dry humour.

Sad News ...

Brian Knight RIP

The club lost another great friend on the 4th July 2019. Daughter Amanda reported that Brian died peacefully surrounded by his family, which is as good a way to go as you can get.

Brian hadn't bowled in recent years but was an avid follower of news on this website. While he was an active member, he very much immersed himself in the social side of the club and I remember race nights and all sorts of fun evenings which Brian was the centre of.

Brian played in Stracey and Brodie and Friendly teams for Priory over the years and has entries on our honours boards for our Triples League as far back as the year 2000.

Most of all Brian 'Boogie' Knight will be remembered as a great clubman and a true friend to all who played with and against him.


Reminders of Priory bowlers who  passed away in 2018 can be found in the club archive pages.

John Hobbs, Pat O'Leary, Ted King

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