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Wraysbury Bowls Club

Club Awards 2018

Mike McLachlan swept the board this year in the club championships, picking up three trophies - the Pairs Knockout, the Men's League (both of which he won last year too) and the Men's Singles, going one better than his runner-up spot in 2017.

A fine treble, with some consistently accurate bowling.

Men’s League runner-up was Derek Spence.

(Presenting the trophies were captain Alan Dell and Graham Sinclair)

Mike won the Pairs Knockout championship with partner Janet Cross, who collected her first trophy since joining the club two years ago.

Pairs runners-up were Trevor Dobson & Anne Harrel. (pic below)

Trevor was also runner-up in the Men's Singles Knockout   

The Ladies League champion was Vera Davies who

followed up last year’s success by again taking the title.

Ladies League runner-up was Val Lambert -

a repeat of 2017  

Val Lambert did better in the Ladies Singles Knockout Championship ...

taking the trophy for the second year in a row. 

Runner-up was

Margaret Perkins

It was a family affair for the winners of the Pairs League with

Ian and Brenda Smith taking the honours. 

Runners-up in the Pairs League were

Margaret Perkins &

Howard Brooks

THE Memorial Day Trophy went to Len Carlton & Derek Spence

(collected by Len)

The runners-up on Memorial Day were Margaret Perkins & Tony Britton

The Winter Cup 2017/2018 was won by Ann Harrel and Len Carlton ....

......with Julia Cream & Alan Dell runners-up

The Claret Jug presentation

The President's Cup this year went to

Hilary Doughton

whose work behind the scenes in organising catering and clubhouse activities and the presentation dinner

was honoured

Honorary Life Memberships were given to

long serving members Harold Hutt, Denys Webb & Dorothea Webb

and Avril Pearce, all of whose involvement with the club in its early

years was celebrated