The BWBA continues to get regular enquiries from clubs and individual with queries about playing, wheelchairs, access etc – a wide breadth of questions in fact.
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The BWBA was recently invited to Howard Park BC.
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Bowlers are often impressed, humbled and want to support to the BWBA and its members; particularly if it is the first time they have seen wheelchair bowlers.
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The future of the Bowls facility at Stoke Mandeville and how it will affect the BWBA
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Each game in the MatchPlay is a two set affair with a tie-break. The round-robin stages determined the semi-finalists and there was a Plate competition too. The winners of three groups would go through to the semis along with the best runner-up. Group A was arguably the most open and contained two debutants, namely Essex’s John Fenton and all the way from the Royals in Tunbridge Wells, Paddy Rozier. Paddy did well to adjust to what was by his standards a slowish carpet to take second spot in the group behind the increasingly confident Tony Down from Bristol. Though Down did lose out to Rozier in their head-to-head match on the tie-break.
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The BWBA hosts several weekends at its headquarters in Stoke Mandeville. Traditionally the first one each year includes a pairs competition in memory of the late Kay Pipe. The Kay Pipe Pairs matches up the more experienced bowlers with those with less experience – a formula that is popular and works well.
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Match results in the BWBA MatchPlay Singles had a significant effect on the National rankings. Singles winner Lea Davis secures 8th spot but the really important change occurred at the top end of the top ten.
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BWBA v Worthing Pavilion BC 2011
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…and a sisterly update from the last edition…
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