Details of Club Events
Tarring Priory BC Committee have postponed our planned Open Day until such time as the event can be held safely and in the interests of all who attend
TARRING PRIORY BOWLS CLUB
SATURDAY 30th May 2020
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
We welcome people of all ages, no experience required, who have a sense of humour and a sunny disposition (plus a flat pair of shoes) to join us in a FREE try out session of Bowls
JUST TURN UP AT ANY TIME
Church Road (behind St Andrews Church)
Tarring, Worthing, BN13 1HQ
Tarring Priory Finals 7th and 8th September
2 WOOD PAIRS (Sat 10:15)
S.Logan / T.Hood 10-25 E.DiPietro / M.Meadows
CHAMPIONSHIP PAIRS (Sat 10:00)
A.Messer /D.Meechan 23-6 J.Fairs / D.Levey
2 WOOD SINGLES(Sat 10:30)
J.Schools 13-12 K.Brinsmead
Marker – Mal Spier
VETERANS (Sat 14:00)
D.Fairs 21-18 R.Bland
Marker – Ray Lister
JD SMITH (Sat 14:00)
P.Otto 21-15 B.Shakespeare
Marker – Nick Eager
HANDICAP SINGLES (Sat 15:00)
Mal Spier 12-21 E.DiPietro
Marker - Kevin Tester
CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES (Sat 15.00)
D.Meechan 6-21 K.Brinsmead
Marker – John Fairs
HANDICAP PAIRS (Sun 10:00)
S.Logan / P.Otto 32-11 R.Bland / A.Messer
2 SETS SINGLES (Sun 10.00)
D.Meechan 2-0 K.Brinsmead
Marker - Nick Eager
COMMITTEE SINGLES (Sun 12:30)
N.Eager 16-21 K.Brinsmead
Marker - Stuart Shwartz
Tarring Picnic in the Park .....
IThe Picnic offered us the perfect opportunity to allow young and old a free try out on the green. The second picture shows the green set out for fun bowls with lots of smaller bowls for youngsters to get to grips with. It was also time to hand over the £1300 to Guildcare in the form of a a rather large cheque.
Our Fund raising evening for Guildcare -
definitely a fun way to raise money
8 teams from local businesses enjoyed an evening of bowls and curry at the Church House Gardens Bowling Green.
Carpenter Box won the event which was sponsored by Alexanders Kitchens, B & W, and Ian Hart Funeral Services. The curry was made by Shaffiques of Goring Rd. Trophies and Medals for the event were donated by Butch Shakespeare.
In excess of £1300 was raised for our local charity Guildcare.
Keith and Kevin selling Priory to the local community
Hazel Sherman our local vicar not only tried her hand at bowling but also won a bottle of wine in the raffle
Saturday 22nd of September 2018
A combination of Priory players, their partners and a few invited guests spent an entertaining and very pleasurable afternoon in the company of Woolston Bowls Club.
It was far too wet for bowls, but those ingenious Woolston chaps had an ace up their sleeve.
They are the proud owners of a portable skittle alley, which alongside one or two drinks and an excellent meal entertained us all for the afternoon.