Edna Bessell MBE has announced that she will step down from her position as Bowls England Women’s Senior International Team Manager ahead of the 2017 season.
Bowls England is delighted to announce that the following players have been invited to attend the Under 18 Youth Academy at Royal Leamington Spa on Sunday, September 25.
The Bowls England junior international men's team that will play at Moray BC, Elgin, this weekend is as follows:
Berkshire’s Robert Newman has announced his retirement from international bowls following a career that has spanned more than 20 years and included medal-winning performances at the Commonwealth Games.
The following players are invited to attend the Women's and Men's Senior International Trials on Saturday, September 24 at Leamington Spa.
Bowls England has named a 12-strong squad to participate in the second Under 18 Test Series against Wales at Barry Athletic Bowls Club, on September 17 and 18.
Somerset have won the Amy Rose Bowl, supported by Jessie Clark and the Friends of English Bowling for the first time after defeating Kent 31-23 in the final at Leamington Spa.
Lindfield BC, Sussex won the Tony Allcock Trophy, supported by the Friends of English Bowling, after defeating Hundens Park BC, Durham 36-30 in the final at Leamington Spa.
Essex have won the White Rose Trophy, supported by the Friends of English Bowling for the first time since 2008 after defeating Oxfordshire 43-22 in the final at Leamington Spa.
Bowls England is today delighted to announce its team for the 2016 World Championships in New Zealand.