With almost 100 lady members you are guaranteed to make a lot of new friends at Earlswood.

The ladies programme includes, league, friendly and club competition games. Members affiliated to the Welsh Associations, through Earlswood, are eligible to enter National Competitions under "Earlswood". Bowlers are only allowed to affiliate with one club but fellow bowlers (ladies and gentlemen) affiliated to other clubs are most welcome to join our league and friendly games.

Ladies league games are played on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. If you attend school, or work during the day, perhaps evening leagues and weekend friendly games might be for you.

If you are thinking of having a go, why not come along to the stadium any afternoon or evening, or to our pre season meeting held before the season starts, (see latest news on homepage). If you would like to find out more about joining us before your visit, please contact us by e-mail or telephone (Contacts Page) we will get back to you immediately. We are sure we will find members who will be pleased to take you under their wing and show you the ropes.

With league trophies to be gained at the end of the season, games are competitive, (Although, friendly banter can often be heard on the green!) and although some teams hang on by a thread to the bottom of the league table, they still return each season. We wonder why? Could it be they simply love punishment? We'd rather think it is because we are reminded each year that winning is great but the most important aspect of any league or friendly game is to have fun, enjoy the game, and become good friends.

Club competitions are an important event in any club's calendar. Winning consistently may lead you on to the yellow brick road to becoming a "Champion of Champions" or national bowler. Members may know they will come up against tough opposition in the competition but nevertheless should support their club, for very often results can surprise us all.

Please use the following link for enquiries about joining us.


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