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Banwell Coronavirus Pairs Championship - League details as at 11th August 2020
Team
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Shots For
Shots against
Points
A Shattock & T.Garfield
10
9
0
1
199
92
18
T.Burnett & H.Guckian
11
9
0
2
217
100
18
W & T.Coleman
9
7
0
2
134
101
14
K and J Wright
9
6
0
3
123
92
12
J.Amos & P.Villis
8
4
0
4
114
121
8
G.Bean & A.Cockayne
11
4
0
7
154
146
8
M.Finch & A.Vickery
10
4
0
6
93
163
8
A & M Bass
11
3
0
8
130
163
6
S & R Taylor
11
0
0
11
76
261
0


The sheets have been adjusted to remove the results from the two matches played by Harry Woodards and John Rickerty


Note: Two Points for a win and One Point for a draw

Replacing rotten edging boards
 


Replacement of rotten edging boards

  Replacement Edging Boards Replacing rotten edging boards

 

Our skilled
maintenance team were hard
at it once again.

Under the supervision of
President Barry
(now with his Chairman
of the board hat on !!)
they carried out the task of replacing the rotten edging boards around the green.

"Eh Oooop lads I'll just instigate some Quality Assurance on the work
you have just carried out.
Eeeeh by gum you never get
bored replacing boards"

Well done lads another splendid effort


 

The news from the green is as exciting as it gets these day so just to inject a little more enthusiasm into the procedings, the more observant of you will have noticed the word "Instigate" used above. So for those with a limited command of the English Language
here is a short history of its origin:

Mid 16th century (in the sense ‘urge on’):
from Latin instigat- ‘urged, incited’, from the verb instigare,
from in- ‘towards’ + stigare ‘prick, incite’.

Got it? Oh well perhaps not.

Photos from Paul (David Bailey) Aldus

Club members in high places or three men on a roof
 


Repairs Carried out to the clubhouse roof

 
  THree men on a roof

King Barry.

Revered leader of the Banwell Bowling Club
and his team have recently swung into action.

"Eh ooops lads we need to be on higher ground
and it is time you climbed the ladder
to a more prominent position"

We are going to repair the clubhouse roof !!

So accompanied by his two most loyal courtiers:

Lord Flea keeper of the gamebirds
and
Lord Paulos a former prominent member of the bill

The team swung into action.

 

 
 

If you remember, the roof had a leak in it
and on rainy days it was a common sight
to see an old bucket placed
strategically to catch the drops

Hopefully this sight will be confined to history.
It looks like the lads have done a good job

The Roof  
       
  The Clubhouse roof

And so the work was completed.
Encouraged by King Barry's meaningless
phrases such as:

"Eh Ooops lads ,
Deeds in themselves are meaningless
unless they are for some higher purpose"

Well done you three

 
       
 

Week One 1st to 7th July


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
W. & T. Coleman
J.Amos & P.Villis
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
R & S. Taylor
v
J.Amos & P.Villis
K. & J. Wright
v
W. & T. Coleman
A.Shattock & T.Garfield
v
K. & J. Wright
T.Burnett & H.Guckian
v
R. & S. Yaylor
G.Bean & A.Cockayne
v
T.Burnett & H.Guckian
M.Finch & A. Vickery
v
A.Shattock & T.Garfield
A. & M. Bass
v
M.Finch & A.Vickery
A & M Bass
v
G.Bean & A.Cockayne
 
 

Week Two - 8th to 14th July


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
K & J Wright
T.Burnett & H.Guckian
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
J.Amos & P.Villis
v
T. Burnett and H.Guckian
M.Finch & A. Vickery
v
K & J Wright
W & T Coleman
v
M.Finch & A Vickery
A & M Bass
v
J Amos & P Villis
R & S Taylor
v
A & M Bass
G.Bean & A.Cockayne
v
W & T Coleman
A. Shattock & T.Garfield
v
G.Bean & A.Cockayne
A Shattock & T.Garfield
v
R & S Taylor
 
 

Week Three - 15th to 21st July


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
M Finch & A Vickery
A & M Bass
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
T Burnett & H Guckian
v
A & M Bass
G Bean & A Cockayne
v
M Finch & A Vickery
K & J Wright
v
G.Bean & A Cockayne
A Shattock & T Garfield
v
T Burnett & H Guckian
J Amos & P Villis
v
A Shattock & T.Garfield
R & S Taylor
v
K & J Wright
W & T Coleman
v
R & S Taylor
W & T Coleman
v
J Amos & P Villis
 
 

Week Four - 22nd to 28st July


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
G Bean & A Cockayne
A Shattock & T Garfield
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
A & M Bass
v
A Shattock & T.Garfield
R & S Taylor
v
G Bean & A Cockayne
M Finch & A Vickery
v
R & S Taylor
W & T Coleman
v
A & M Bass
T Burnett & H Guckian
v
W & T Coleman
J Amos & P Villis
v
M Finch & A Vickery
K & J Wright
v
J Amos & P Villis
K & J Wright
v
T Burnett & H Guckian
 
 

Week Five 29th July to 4th August


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
R & S Taylor
W & T Coleman
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
A Shattock & T Garfield
v
W & T Coleman
J Amos & P Villis
v
R & S Taylor
G Bean & A Cockayne
v
J Amos & P.Villis
K & J Wright
v
A Shattock & T Garfield
A & M Bass
v
K & J Wright
T Burnett & H Guckian
v
G Bean & A Cockayne
M Finch & A Vickery
v
T Burnett & H. Guckian
M Finch & A Vickery
v
A & M Bass
 
 

Week Six 5th to 11th August


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
J Amos & P Villis
K & J Wright
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
W & T Coleman
v
K & J Wright
T Burnett & H Guckian
v
J Amos & P Villis
R & S Taylor
v
T.Burnett & H Guckian
M Finch & A Vickery
v
W & T Coleman
A Shattock & T Garfield
v
M Finch & A Vickery
A & M Bass
v
R & S Taylor
G Bean & A Cockayne
v
A & M Bass
G Bean & A Cockayne
v
A Shattock & T Garfield
 
 

Week Seven 12th to 18th August


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
T Burnett & H Guckian
M Finch & A Vickery
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
K & J Wright
v
M Finch & A Vickery
A & M Bass
v
T Burnett & H Guckian
J Amos & P Villis
v
A & M Bass
G Bean & A Cockayne
v
K & J Wright
W & T Coleman
v
G Bean & A Cockayne
A Shattock & T Garfield
v
J Amos & P Villis
R & S Taylor
v
A Shattock & T Garfield
R & S Taylor
v
W & T Coleman
 
 

Week Eight 19th to 25th August


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
A & M Bass
G Bean & A Cockayne
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
M Finch & A Vickery
v
G Bean & A Cockayne
A Shattock & T Garfield
v
A & M Bass
T Burnett & H Guckian
v
A Shattock & T Garfield
R & S Taylor
v
M Finch & A Vickery
K & J Wright
v
R & S Taylor
W & T Coleman
v
T Burnett & H Guckian
J Amos & P Villis
v
W & T Coleman
J Amos & P Villis
v
K & J Wright
 
 

Week Nine 26th August to 1st September


 
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
v
A Shattock & T Garfield
R & S Taylor
v
H.Woodards & J.Rickerty
G Bean & A Cockayne
v
R & S Taylor
W & T Coleman
v
A Shattock & T Garfield
A & M Bass
v
W & T Coleman
J Amos & P Villis
v
G Bean & A Cockayne
M Finch & A Vickery
v
J Amos & P Villis
K & J Wright
v
A & M Bass
T Burnett & H Guckian
v
K & J Wright
T Burnett & H Guckian
v
M Finch & A Vickery
 


Notes and Rules for the Pairs Competition
( As laid down in tablets of stone by the Hon Sec Chris Wilson)

 
I have worked it out as 2 games per week, finishing on Tuesday 1st September.
  However, you do have until close of play on
Sunday 6th September to get your games in.
 
You can stick to the attached fixtures for ease of use but as long as they are all completed by the 6th September it doesn't really matter.

If your names are first in the fixture then you are
required to contact your opposition to organise a date and then book a rink. 

If I have done it right then you should all
have to organise the same amount of games
as it has been worked out on a 'home and away' basis.

You all know how comps work,
but as per the last email it will be 15 ends or 90mins per game
 
Home team has the mat and jack so don't toss a coin. 
No scoreboards or pushers to be used unless
one person alone handles them and cleans them afterwards,
just scorecards are preferred. 

No visiting the head, no staying at the head (skips)

Ring/email Mike Bass the result of your games.

Remember the guidelines you have all agreed to, stay safe and enjoy