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Monte Mar Report
May 2018 - Monte Mar BC
Photos & text by Sheila Roberts, photo editing by Amber Dineen & John Carr.
Sponsored by The Belfry, The Pub, Bowling Abroad, Avalon, Lounge D and Rogers.
Monday 9th April
The first game of the summer league.
Monte Mar Torro's were at home to the La Siesta Hornets. Monte Mar made a excellent start to the season, winning on five rinks and drawing on one. Hopefully this is a good omen for a successful season.
Saturday 14th April Monte Mar hosted the Four Nations, another very enjoyable days bowling. After the morning session England were in the lead.
This all changed in the afternoon session with Ireland winning with 118 shots.
The Irish team with the most shots were presented with a mug and coaster set.
The final scores Ireland 118, England 109, Scotland 88 and Wales 82.
Well done to all who took part.
Wednesday 18th April
Monte Mar hosted a visiting team, Bookham Bowls Club from England. Finally the weather was perfect and an enjoyable of bowls was had by all. Although a win for Monte Mar, Bookham Bowls Club were pleased to have improved on their first match score.
Wednesday 25th April
We entertained Moonfleet Bowls Club touring team from Weymouth. The weather was overcast with some light rain at times but it did not deter us from having a very friendly and enjoyable morning playing six games of rinks. Monte Mar had a good result but as always the scores really don't matter on these sort of occasions, as everyone involved had a excellent mornings bowling. It was lovley to see our old friends Sandra and Terry Errington again. Terry was once Monte Mar Captain before moving back to the UK, so having them both play at our club again made it a very special occasion for all of us. Afterwards we all enjoyed a meal and a few drinks in the Rincon Restaurant, which rounded off the day perfectly.
Friday 27th April
We entertained another touring team. Organised by Personal Touch the teams were players from different clubs in the UK. After the games the Captain of the visiting team presented our Captain Graham Smyth with a lovely picture of York.
Sunday 29th April
The monthly chicken was as usual well attended. The eggs were won by Carol, Tanya and Joe. The chicken for the ladies was won by Diane the other chicken was raffled. Thank you to Sue and Les Bounds who donated the chickens and Joan and Chris Harding who donated the eggs.
Monday 30th April
The top of the table match between Monte Mar Torros and Country Bowls Badgers was as expected a hard fought match. The Torros came out on top winning on five rinks and losing on one. We remain at the top of the league well done to everyone on a fine team performance.
Shots Torros 101 – 68 Badgers
Points Torros 12 – 2 Badgers
Wednesday 2nd May
Monte Mar Lords v Greenlands Jasmine
A very good result at home against Greenlands Jasmine, winning four disciplines. Well done to Joan Harding (singles) Keith Simpson (singles), Sheila Roberts, Phil Goble skip Alan Ashberry. Tanya Oliver, Howie Williams, Joe Ridley skip Diane Ridley.
Wednesday 9th May
Chris Harding presented the winner of the Presidents Cup. The very delighted winner was Terry Cottle. He was even more delighted when he was told he could keep the cup, as it was the last Presidents Cup competition.
Thursday 10th May
On Thursday 10th May we held the second Belfry Day. Twelve teams played a trips competition on three different rinks. The winners were the team that scored the most shots. Well done two the winning team of Sheila Roberts, Iain Sherridan skip Jack Burrell. In the evening all the players enjoyed a meal and drinks at the Belfry, where the winners were presented with their medals.
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Photo L to R:
Captain of the day Moonfleet-Terry Errington.
Captain of the day Monte Mar Chris Harding.
|Irish Touring Team.|
|Moonfleet Bowls Club touring team.|
|Presidents Cup Winner.|
|Captain Graham Smyth with a lovely picture of York.|