Clovelly Womens Bowling Club


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Eastern Suburbs District Womens Open Fours WINNERS!

On Wednesday 12th May 2021 our Clovelly girls Sandra Starret, Judith Staunton, Sue Snape and Gina OReilly (skip) won the ESD Open Fours . A great game was played against the Randwick team consisting of Pam Keir, Jill Cash, Steph Cavangha and Jan Kos (skip). All the women played with exceptional skills and a great game attitude which made the match thoroughly enjoyable.
The Senior Fours was won by Double Bay against South Coogee and was another excellent game.
Congratulations to all the girls who played through the two days of competition.

Sandra, Susie, Sue and Gina

Clovelly and Randwick


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Champion of Champion Club Pairs

This event was held at Merrylands and Guildford bowling Club 4-5 March 2021
Carmel Sowden and Gina O’Reilly represented Clovelly Women’s Bowling Club at Guildford Bowling Club in this State Competition.
Once the girls negotiated M1, M4 , James Ruse Drive and Parramatta Rd and every back street to get to Guildford the girls will find driving to Clovelly a pleasure.
The format was sectional, with the winner of each section proceeding into the knock out rounds.Carmel and Gina played exceptional bowls against highly skilled players from Killara Belrose and Munmorah.
Unfortunately Carmel and Gina did not go through to the knock out round.
The experience gained from playing in state level competition is in valuable and both girls enjoyed the chance to play at this level.


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Consistency Final won for a second time by Louise!

What a fantastic final we saw! It was neck and neck all the way through with both ladies: Louise Baldwin and Judith Staunton fighting it out shot for shot. Louise reached the magic 150 before Judith but the win was only about 10 point ahead!

The two wonderful players showed the considerable crowd what can be achieved with practice, concentration and grit. No one will forget this match for a long time!


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Champion of Champion Success at Taren Point

Last week at Taren Point Bowling Club, our District 13 women put on a great show across many categories in the Champion of Champion competition!

In the Singles Louise Baldwin, Randwick, played Mel Blumor Taren Point. It was a mighty match that ultimately saw Mel come out the winner.

Mel Blumor and Louise Baldwin, Singles Finalists

In the Senior Fours Marna Morris, Lorraine Becker, Barbara Shur and Gail Black were runners up against Taren Point.

Barbara Shotland, Marna Morris and Iris Kampel were runners up in the Triples against Taren Point.

Double Bay Runners up in the Triples

In the Senior Pairs Gail Black and Barbara Shur were runners up to Double Bay. (Sorry no picture.)

In the Pairs, Sue Snape and Kimberley Freed played Kate Walker and Katrina Wright from Taren Point with our girl winning the match.

Katrina Wright, Kate Walker, Sue Snape and Kimberley Freed


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Our Newest Life Member

It was with great pleasure, love and pride that two of our most beloved members received Life Memberships. During the Clovelly WBC AGM it was unanimously voted to make our President Betty Skinner a Life Member.

Nomination for Betty Skinner
We would like to propose Betty Skinner as a life member of Clovelly Women’s Bowling Club.
Betty has been an affiliated bowler for 15 years, all of that time at Clovelly.
She has represented our club with pride and dignity, at Pennant and District /State level. She has been a selected player for Eastern Suburbs District in Regional events. Betty is a respected member of our larger bowling community.
More importantly, Betty’s contribution to Clovelly Women’s bowling club has been nothing short of incredible.
Her generosity of spirit within the club is well known and she is much loved and respected by all.
As President for numerous years she has been counselor, welfare officer, taxi driver and friend to so many of our members.
Betty has worked tirelessly to ensure that the women’s club at Clovelly has not only a competitive presence, but is also a club that has a caring and inclusive environment for all.
Betty is an admirable and worthy person who totally deserves the honour of life membership.
Sue Snape,
Treasurer Clovelly WBC

Betty Skinner being awarded her Life Membership badge by Sue Snape.


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The Kylie Cup

22nd September 2020

Today we held a match day in honour of Kylie Hartley call the Kylie Cup! Kylie was an enthusiastic follower of the ponies so it seemed appropriate that we celebrate her life in this way.

Everyone came dressed for the races and a tab was provided. It was the first of what will be an annual event to pay homage to a lady we all loved.