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Crown Green Bowling Day 2017

(without the crown)
Thank you Mark Smith for this year's Crown Green photographs
On Saturday  September 1st, Malden Manor BC held its fifth Crown Green Bowling Day, run by former Crown Green Bowler - Granville Spencer. Although there is no crown on our green, a whole day's tournament is held, with dress code waived, using appropriate mats and biased jacks. The mat can end up anywhere on the green, depending upon where the jack from the previous end finished. In the early rounds four singles matches (each with two bowls per bowler) are played at the same time,  so the green is crowded, bowls are sent in all directions and collisions occur from time to time.


The jack at the back is only a little smaller than the bowls
The blue disc is the mat and 'dress code' is relaxed for the day
Granville in action

  
Where has the jack gone?
Markers wait for the next bowls to arrive


 
The whole green is in use even with only 2 semi-finals in play
Spectators include eliminated players.


 

ave & Carole -  Championship Plate Finalists
Ray & Granville Premier Finalists

Crown Green Presentations by President Angie
ave Wins the Championship Plate
Ray is the Premier Runner-up
Granville is the Premier Champion

Congratulations to
The Ladies' Triples Team who succeeded in reaching the Finals at Leamington
Selected & adapted from photographs sent by Mark & Liz

Carole, Lynda & Liz


Ladies Captain v Vice Captain Players 2018
Thank You Bob & Mark for this Photograph






Men's Captain v Vice Captain 2018
Thank you Bob for these photographs

Captain Granville's Team


Vice Captain Gerald'sTeam

Christmas Carols & Quiz Evening 2017
Thank you Mark for these photographs



  

 


Presentation Dinner Dance
at Glenmore House Surbiton
 

Adapted from photgraphs by Bob Simmonds







 


Finals Days 2017

Held on Saturday 9th & Suday 10th September
For results see the 'Finals' page, for presentation photographs, see the 'Award Snaps' page.


The weather was kind to start with and supporters enjoyed watching from outside.


And then a bitter wind drove many spectators inside, to make use of the new,
glazed, bifold doors, for more comfortable viewing.



Surrey Leopard Award 2017
Photograph by Tony J.

Surrey President Derek, Senior Vice-President Roger and Junior Vice-President Peter
Came to the Saturday Finals Day to confer the Surrey Leopard Award on David Smith
 in recognition of his long-term, outstanding contribution to the running of
Malden Manor BC (& formerly Malden & Coombe BC)


Presented on September 9th 2017
 
Dave Smith receives the Leopard Award Certificate
from
President Derek Harvey

Surrey County B.A.