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Where and how we started

We are a flat green bowling club established in 1955 to carry out the sport of bowls.      
We are a unified club in which Gentlemen and Ladies play in a variety of club games, both internally and externally with other clubs in Devon. We are affiliated to both Bowls England and Bowls Devon.
There are many league games shown on the club fixture list. These are played by Men and Ladies only teams. 
All friendly games listed in the club fixture list are mixed games.

League play

The men play Over 60 leagues where we field 3 teams of 6 players Wednesday  afternoons for 18 weeks

We also play North Devon Triples where two teams of nine players play ten games every Friday 

Finally the men play 71 Shield where we put out one team of twelve players  

The Ladies also play North Devon Triples with a team of six players  

They also play 86 Shield also with a team of six players

Friendly games

We play a number of Friendly games at weekends, Saturdays and some on week days  These are mixed team games against other Devon Clubs..

Winter activity

During the off season, after outdoor play has ended, we have a Short Mat club which meets for roll up games every Tuesday and Thursday. Together with this activity, we also play leagues games, some as afternoon fixtures and some in the evening. More details can be found on the Short Mat page.

Opening Day April 2019 Opening Day April 2019

Club President Mike Thwaites bowled with opening wood at this opening ceremony.

The club members then went into the Spider which had a prize of a bottle of Whiskey for the Bowler nearest to the Jack.

For the spider, members place themselves around the 4 sides of the green, place 1 foot in the ditch and have a single Bowl in their hands. The President then throws the jack and at the same time all members bowl their wood. Nearest to the jack wins the prize.

The following roll-up game was completed with a bring and share tea and of course the Bar.

All enjoyed the day and were looking forward to a substantial  fixture list to work through during the season.