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Congratulations to Surrey County BA Triples Finalists

Congratulations to Tony  Woolf, Martin Sampson and David McCallum who won a closely fought Surrey Triples semi-final match against a triple from West Wimbledon.   They are now in the final which will take place at Croydon on 1st August 2021 and your support would be welcomed.

By reaching the county final they have also qualified to take part in the National finals at Leamington Spa on 24th and 25th August.

Two Wood Triples Competition Winners and Toynbee Cup 2019 Draw

To winners of the Two-wood Triples 2021 competition can be found on the website by selecting the following menu item:

Bowls Activities > Club Competitions > Club Competition Draws 2021 

or clicking on the following link

Club Competition Draws 2021 | Camberley Bowling Club

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TOYNBEE CUP 2019 DRAW

Click here to view the draw for the delayed 2019 Toynbee Cup competition.

 

Camberley Bowling Club have won the 2019 Bowls England Tony Allcock Trophy

CAMBERLEY – WINNERS OF NATIONAL TONY ALLCOCK TROPHY

Over the weekend of 31 Aug/1 September a team from Camberley Bowling Club have played in the National Finals of the Tony Allcock Trophy and won!!!!

Congratulations to all the players:
Jo Woolf
Jackie Wilson
Tony Woolf
Martin Sampson

Gill Rice
Carolyn Lythgoe
Trevor Prentice
David McCallum

To get to the national  finals at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa they had already played the following matches:

Mytchett – home (won 38-21)
West End – away (won 17-52)
Byfleet – away (won 30-48)
Purley Bury – away (won 26-43)
Tilehurst – home (won 37-24)
Sutton – Area final played at Supreme (won 24-29)

On Saturday afternoon Camberley played Chacewater BC, Cornwall in a closely fought quarter final. 

On Sunday morning Camberley BC rose like a phoenix from the ashes to defeat Brimfield & Little Hereford BC, Herefordshire in a very close semi-final.
Rink Scores: D McCallum bt M Wheatley 21-13; M Sampson lost to B Griffiths 18-20;
At the same time Box BC reached the final with a two-shot victory over Sussex’s Eastbourne BC.

On Sunday afternoon Camberley from behind and  managed to win the final by defeating Box BC from Wiltshire 42-36. Box were in control in the opening stages of the match with Nick Grenfell’s rink leading 15-2, before a remarkable run in the second half of the contest by Camberley’s David McCallum’s quartet to ensure a 21-21 draw.
Martin Sampson bt A Jacobs 21-15.

Camberley is only the second club in Surrey to have won this competition.  Supreme BC won the inaugural event in 2011.

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