THE AMY ROSE BOWL
The striking team from Somerset who won by eight shots
The runners up from Kent, proudly holding the plate
THE WHITE ROSE TROPHY
The excellent team from Essex who won 43 -22
The boys from Oxford proudly holding the runners up plate
THE TONY ALLCOCK TWO FOURS
The winners are the lads and lasses from Lindfield Bowling club in Sussex.
The runners up, who only lost by four shots, are from Hunden’s Park B.C. in Durham
THE TOP CLUB
Our hard working match secretary Adie together with his equally hard working wife Kath and the the Presidential Team
The ladies of Wigton B.C. in Cumbria celebrating their win
The ladies from Kings B.C. in Devon with the runners up plate
The men from Kings B.C. in Devon proudly displaying the winning trophy
The Royal Wootton Bassett B.C. from Wiltshire were the runners up
That is it for this year. All the Nationals are now finished as are all the friendly matches. I hope you have all had as much fun and enjoyment as I have. If you want to see more of these photographs then go to Bobsaundersphotography.co.uk and press events.
The ‘Friends’ are delighted to once again support Bowls England at the National Championships and below are some of the highlights from Leamington Spa.
John Bell, President of World Bowls, etc, etc. Getting the Merchandise Tent ready before the crowds arrive.
The ‘Friends’ would like to thank Bob Saunders for once again supplying us with photographs to use from the National Championship. (I took this one).
Bob Saunders – the man behind the camera.
THE MIDDLETON CUP – A jubilant Devon President holds the cup aloft.
THE JOHNS TROPHY – A very happy Lincolnshire President receiving the cup from Adie Lloyd
Craig & Gary Morphet –
Geoff & Tom Millership
Carol Inserra & Lynn Green
FOUR WOOD SINGLES – DONNA KNIGHT of OXFORDSHIRE
Senior V.P.Pam Willoughby with Donna Knight
President Michael Jennings presenting the trophy after a hard fought win for the title
Bet Aubrey from Berkshire – runner up with her County President
Ann Anderson from Durham celebrating her win
with her family
The Two Wood Singles winner – James Walker from Northamptonshire completes the double
The winners of the Amy Rose Bowl – Surrey
The winners of the Men’s U25’s White Rose Trophy – Devon
The winners of the Mixed Over 60s Allcock Trophy – Broadway, Worcestershire
The winners of the Top Club – Egham (Surrey do it again)
The runners up – Banbury Central, Oxfordshire
The winners of the Top Club – Gosforth B.C. Northumberland
The runners up – Garston B.C. Hertfordshire
Two Wood singles runner up, a very happy, Jessica Eley being presented with her cheque by Cyndy Lee
The winners of the Walker Cup – a Delighted Devon who beat Lincolnshire in the finals
The winner of the Champion of Champions – James Walker from Northamptonshire
The winners of the Men’s Triples – James Harford, Simon Law and Stuart Popple from Huntingdonshire
The winners of the Balcomb Trophy were the Dashing Demons from Devon
The Friends are proud to have supported Bowls England with the following competitions in 2015.
I would like to personnally thank Bob Saunders, the official Bowls England photographer, for sending me all the pictures in this section.
The Middleton Cup Winners Devon
The John’s winners (for the second year running) – Surrey
The Family Pairs winners Les & Chris Yeomans being presented with their trophy by the President Marcia and the hard working Friends treasurer Kath
The Two Wood winner Margaret Smith with her delighted Surrey President
Winners of the Friends of English Bowling sponsored competitions from the National Finals held at Leamington Spa and Worthing in 2013.
||Walker Cup (Women’s County Two Fours) Winners
||John’s Trophy (Women’s Inter County Championship) Winners
||Women’s Triples Championship Winners
||Men’s Junior Singles Winner
Northamptonshire West End BC
||Men’s Triples Winners