Winter Pairs Competition

Now that the Summer Domestic Competitions have reached the Finals stage the time has come to start thinking of the Winter Pairs Competition. Entries are now open and you can enter by clicking on the following link

Winter Pairs Entry

For those who do not have access to the website we will place a paper entry form inside the main door next Sunday before the start of the Captains Day competition.

Entries close on Sunday the 25th of September and we hope to start the first weeks bowling on Sunday the 1st of October.

Rules for the competition will be the same as last year and handicaps will be reviewed after the Summer Finals complete on the 17th of September and before the competition draw is done.

Finals Weekend

In order to see the schedule for this years Club Competitions Finals weekend click on the following link

http://dunlaoghairebowls.com/finals-weekend/

Check this link from time to time as further updates will be added shortly giving additional information to both the contestants and players.

This is the biggest event in the club calendar and we are hoping for a very big turnout on the day to support all our friends and fellow members who will be playing in the finals.

Crumlin Cup Final

Our Division 2 team travelled to Kenilworth Bowling Club yesterday where they played Meath in the final of the Crumlin Cup which we last won in 2017. Unfortunately it was not to be this year, Meath who have been leading Division 2 all season were a step to far for us, even though we are one of only 2 teams that have beaten them so far this year in the league. We travel to Meath next Saturday for our penultimate league match and we hope to make up for yesterdays loss then.

Above is a photograph of the team taken before the match.

Crumlin Cup Semi Final 2022

Dun Laoghaire and Greenhills Division 2 teams about to start their Crumlin Cup Semi Final in North Kildare this afternoon.  The umbrellas are to keep us in the shade not for rain.

A very enjoyable match ensued which was tight all the way to the end.  However every member of the Dun Laoghaire team played very well and came out on top by 75 shots to 67.  Our reward is a final against Meath on Sunday the 28th of August, the venue to be announced in the near future.

Our thanks to North Kildare for the use of the green and the very welcome refreshments after the match.  Thanks also to Sandra Seery of North Kildare who provided the above photograph.