The club is warm and friendly and welcomes new bowlers who have either played before elsewhere or who are completely new to the game.
The club has a full schedule of matches with other clubs in the area, and there is a wide range of internal club competitions which are open to all members.
Friday night is members night at the green, where informal games are arranged amongst those present. As darkness approaches members adjourn to the clubhouse where the bar is open and crib and other card and board games can be played.
If you would like any more information about the club please contact the club secretary, Sue Sinclair, on 01462 621067
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The men’s team have won the Cairns Cup for the first time in 40 years and Bob Hart played in both teams.
In the SML currently we are 4 points behind St Ippolyts who have completed their programme.LGC have still to play Aston and 3 Horseshoes and 5 points out of the maximum 12 will see us retain the SML league trophy.We will play Aston on Saturday 18/9 at home and I have rearranged the 3 Horseshoes match until Friday 24/9.
Congratulation to our women’s team who won their County league (Northern) to progress to the next stage. The success continued at Royston on Saturday 4/9 with a semi-final win over St Ippolyts followed by beating Riverain in the final. This means our team will represent the Northern Division in the County Finals at Garston on Sunday 19/9. In order to support our team and to have a full team selection, is the reason I have moved the match against the 3 Horseshoes. Details of our team’s win is included in this week’s Comet. However for further details, including a picture courtesy of Peter Bailey, please go to www.thecomet.net/sport
As Brian Bargery is the Current President of Letchworth & District Bowling Association LGC will host the finals of their competition this Saturday 11/9 starting at 10:00 For all who wish to watch please note that the car park is closed to the general public but open to spectators and competitors free of charge. The bar will be open with drinks and some snacks.
Letchworth Garden City Bowls Club