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Monday                             Roll ups

Tuesday                             Roll ups

Wednesday                      Ladies bowls - 9.00 am start (names to be in by 8.30am)

Thursday                           Men's bowls - 1.00pm start.  Raffle.

Friday                                 Roll ups

Saturday                           Mixed bowls - 8.45am start  |  Men's bowls - 1.30pm start

Sunday                              Social bowls



On a cold and wet Thursday thirty players braved the awful conditions. The start of play was delayed by half an hour and all but one game only getting through ten ends before the heavens opened up and cancelled play. The money winners on the day was shared by two teams, the results were:

Tom Allardice - Clive Redman - Mark Tull defeated Don Meihloff - Terry Carson - Kevin Burley 18-10 (11+8)

Chris Pritchard - Steve Kriss - Bob Charman defeated Paul Sheridan - Ian Tull - Neville Atkins 16-8 (11+8)

Alex Laurie - Vic Hebblewhite - Stephen Hurworth defeated Harry Cox - Peter Jones - Kevin Everett 13-5 (9+8)

Jim Grech -Rob Heininger - Joe Pfeifer defeated Paul Mumford - Ken Bryant - Rob Gibson 12-7 (8+5)

Basil Scnhieder - Peter Sansom - George Wisemantel drew with Michael Way - Col Beattie - Ron Jones 10-10 (5+0)

The bowls jackpot did not go off so it increases next week.


Called off due to the rain.


The Valley Motors sponsored Men's Triples Championship Final was played today. The two teams participating were Chris Pritchard - Joe Pfeifer - Bob Newitt playing Kevin Baker - Col Linton (standing in for Bruce Wilson) and Col Hebblewhite. The Hebblewhite team got off to a great start scoring four on the first end then racing to a nine one lead after six ends. The Newitt team made a mini comeback to be trailing seven to twelve after twelve ends. The match was tit for tat until the Hebblewhite team scored another four on the seventeenth end to go out to a nineteen to nine lead. The Hebblewhite team then put the screws on winning five of the last six ends to be leading thirty two to ten after twenty three ends. With two ends to play the match was called as the Newitt team could not catch their opposition. Congratulations to Kevin Baker - Col Linton (Bruce Wilson) and Col Hebblewhite for once again being the Club Triples Champions Commiserations to Chris Pritchard - Joe Pfeifer and Bob Newitt. Thank you once again to Valley Motors for making this event possible.


𝗦𝗲𝗲 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗼𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗚𝗿𝗲𝗲𝗻ツ

𝗝𝗮𝗰𝗸 𝗛𝗶𝗴𝗵















A very cool start for Bowls with very cloudy conditions and a very cool breeze however the sun broke through about 11.30am and made it more pleasant for all bowlers.

The Semi Final of the Bonnie Hazelwood Fours was played with very good bowls being played by all the ladies. Results of these games were:
*S Bryant (Sub for J Carson) - J Everett - D Buckton - B Murray defeated C Tull - J Kriss - H Banks - D Pritchard 22-13
*P West - J Ridgeway - L Ratcliffe - B Germon defeated S Cross - J Hurworth - K Heininger - J Burley 22-6


The Final will be played Wednesday 22nd May between the teams of B Murray and B Germon. Best of luck to these ladies! The Point Score winners of the Restaurant Vouchers were Denise Redman and Norma Relf with 13 points.

Ladies don’t forget to get your teams in for Gala Day, entries close 29th May.

The Biggest Morning Tea will be held at the club on 𝗙𝗿𝗶𝗱𝗮𝘆 𝟯𝟭𝘀𝘁 𝗠𝗮𝘆 𝗮𝘁 𝟭𝟬.𝟬𝟬𝗮𝗺. Admission is $10 for a delicious morning tea supplied by the Gloucester Quota Ladies and the Gloucester Bowling Ladies with all proceeds going to the Cancer Council so come along and support this very worthy cause

𝗦𝗲𝗲 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗼𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗚𝗿𝗲𝗲𝗻ツ

𝗝𝗮𝗰𝗸 𝗛𝗶𝗴𝗵



On the 23 July 1952, 21 ladies met at the Gloucester Bowling Club to form the first ladies committee. Mrs W Dignam was unanimously elected President, Vice Presidents were Mrs Carson and Mrs V West, Secretary was Mrs N Bates, Treasurer Mrs Creagh.


At this time the ladies were playing bowls with the men’s Club and were assisting them in providing amenities for the Club by holding several fund-raising functions and helped by catering whenever requested by the men’s club.


The women didn’t have uniforms and played in tennis frocks and coloured socks for two years. In a very short time by February 1953 Gloucester Women’s Club had 37 registered bowlers with the New South Wales Women’s Bowling Association.


Today the Club is thriving with 35 registered playing members, 7 social Members and 1 associated member and nine of these registered members have been acquired in the past two years. This is a great achievement considering a lot of country clubs are struggling to remain viable in a changing world. Thanks to a proactive and nurturing Committee and membership base we have been able to achieve this enviable result.

We will continue our membership drives and orientation days in 2021 with enthusiastic vigour welcoming all into the fold.


The Gloucester Women’s Bowling Club holds its annual Gala Day in July or August each year. This carnival has been very successful particularly in the last couple of years especially with the return of the grass green, enabling up to 28 teams to participate.


Our hospitality and reputation for good and generous home-style cooking entices a lot of return players from far and wide.


The ladies’ bowls day is Wednesday and is mufti unless you are participating in a competition match. All visitors are most welcome. Morning tea is served at 9 am, names in by 9 am and commencement of play is 9.15 am.


Gloucester ladies also participate in district Pennants and were successful in 2018 with a grade 5 Pennant Flag.


Mixed bowls is played on Saturday morning commencement of play is 9.30 am in uniform, once again we would welcome anyone to join us on the green for great bowling and good companionship.

Anyone wishing to know more regarding Gloucester Ladies Bowls should contact:

President: Dianna Lockwood on 0447919278 or Secretary: Kerrie Green on 0408 377 471

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At last year's AGM, Allan “Toby” Wilson & Colin Hebblewhite were honoured and acknowledged as Life Members of Gloucester Bowling & Recreation Club. Such well-deserved recognition to both gentlemen for their dedication and contribution to the Men’s Bowls Club and the sport of lawn bowls in our town. Congratulations Toby and Col!

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Memberships start from $15 per year.

We have four classes of membership: 

  • Full Bowling Member (Male) 

  • Full Bowling Member (Female) 

  • Full Social Member 

  • Junior Sporting Member 

Download a membership application form here or ask our friendly bar team next time you stop by

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