Welcome to Aughton & District Bowling League.







PLEASE NOTE:- UNDER THE CURRENT RESTRICTIONS IT IS NOT POSSIBLE FOR THE LEAGUE TO HOLD AN AGM AS USUAL IN FEBRUARY 2021. The Committee will continue to manage the league on your behalf




FROM BCGBA We have today (4-3-21) received an update from Sport England on the easing of restrictions on organised grassroot outdoor sports in England, scheduled to resume on March 29th. They are still waiting for the overarching guidance from the Cabinet Office and the sport specific guidance that is likely to be released ahead of 29th March. Unfortunately, they do not expect a more specific sport/activity related guidance to be released for a couple of weeks.


Roadmap



From Hilda Jones, Chair LCCGBA "Hello bowlers are we all ready for the bowling season, we think it looks promising, although there may be changes and adaptions to be made which I am sure you will agree whatever they are they will be a small sacrifice for a seasons bowling. By the end of April, most Vets will have had two doses of vaccine and many of the younger and fitter people will have had one dose which will be a big step forward. Taking this as a positive step league and fixture secretary have a lot of work to do so we need to be positive and prepare to help. It’s very doubtful that any meetings will be held before the start of bowling so we must adapt. Captains can ring their team members and check if their members want to play – check so far have been positive – maybe some teams will be lost or even clubs may need to amalgamate, its vital that the fixtures secretaries have this information as soon as possible as they will have twice as much work this time The secretaries may have to juggle with the divisions as the season my be slightly shorter which could result in more divisions. The world is changing and we will have to change with it. All fees due to the league will have to be paid directly into the league bank account; the easiest way is by BACS using your club name as a reference. Please do not say ‘we can’t do it’, someone in your club/team will be able to do it. Let us be positive and move forward together – we do not need any negative vibes – Please support your leagues it will be to late for them to do the work if we leave it much longer. Happy Bowling.



There are 15 teams in two divisions, 1st Division of 8 teams and 2nd Division of 7 teams. + 1 BYE

If any club/team want to join the league for 2021 please contact the Secretary secabl@talktalk.net


Note Parking restrictions will apply at the Dog & Gun, it will not be possible to park on the grass due to houses being built

FOR PARKING RESTRICTIONS AT OTHER GREENS CLICK ON INFO ABOVE AND THEN CLICK ON GREENS TOP RIGHT






Average settings are as follows:-

AGG for - AGG against / games played = Averages

Players must have played at least 75% of matches.





Aughton Institute Bowling Club
Headquaters of the Aughton & District Bowling League
Institute

Officials
President: M J R Bleasdale
Chairman: G Fitzpatrick
Treasurer: S Willets
Secretary: E Barklem
Committee: D Draper


Originally called "Aughton & District Mens Bowling League", when founded in 1926, following an EGM in November 2003 it was agreed to allow ladies to join, in 2004 the name changed to "Aughton & District Bowling League",that year seven new teams joined making two divisions.

All matches are played on a Wednesday Night,

The season starts in April and runs until September.

There are three competitions held during the season

The Knockout Cup, Addision Pairs and Bleasdale Cup.

There are currently 15 teams representing 10 clubs playing in two divisions.

Teams come from Southport, Scarisbrick, Aughton, Ormskirk, Rainford, Maghull & Halsall





Best of luck to all for the 2021 season



Eric Barklem

Secretary
email:- secabl@talktalk.net


Copyright© 2013 Eric Barklem. All Rights Reserved.
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