Competitions

A list of competitions organised by the club is given below. More details will be published closer to the dates:
The Roll of Honour for the Club's Open Doubles Competition is lower down this page.
Club Competitions   (Closed)
        
Belper Meadows Bowls Club holds several internal Club Competitions each year just for Members.

With the exception the Senior Citizens' Cup, which is by mutual arrangement, t
hey are all Sunday events, usually commencing at 11 am, with the exception of the Charity day and Bowls Drive, which start at 1.30pm.

Those taking part in the competition provide food for a special shared buffet lunch.


Dates for 2019
        
SundayJune 16 Horace White Pairs
SundayJuly7
 Fred Bott Doubles
SundayJuly
21
 Singles Merit
SundayAugust4
 Charity Day
SundayAugust25
 Tony Platts Rose Bowl
SundaySeptember8
 Quila Trophy
SundaySeptember15
 Bowls Drive
   June   to   September
 Senior Citizens' Cup


Competition Results 2019

 Competition Winner(s) Runner(s)-up
 Singles Merit


 Horace White Pairs


 Fred Bott Doubles


 Tony Platts Rose Bowl


 Quila Trophy

 Senior Citizens' Cup


Spring Bank Holiday Open Doubles 2019

The annual competition will take place on Bank Holiday Monday, 27th May, Details and application information will be posted here when available.

Spring Bank Holiday Open Doubles 2018

The 2018 Bank Holiday Open Doubles Competition took place Monday 28th May, in warm, dry weather, a complete contrast to the very wet conditions in 2017, which had lead to the abandonment of the competition at the quarter-final stage.
The Bowls Club Room in the new pavilion had been made available to provide a base for running the competition, even though work was yet to be completed,
The full compliment of competitors was present, representing a spread from Burton to Chesterfield. Some previous winners were first round casualties, and as is often the case, the competition was lit up by excellent bowling from less expected quarters.
In the semi-finals, Alan Bingham & Keith Needham defeated Ami & Martin Stone-Payne, while Ian Eaton & David Allsop defeated Gayle & Colin Riley.
Ian & David then won the final, on what was, by then, a very fast green.