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Congratulations goes to Mark Amos who has reached the final of the Mens County 2 Woods competition. A great achievement.

The final will be played at Linslade Bowls Club on Sunday 31st July (time and opponent to follow)



Both Debbie Roe and Elaine Blyth have reached the County finals to be played at Stewartby Bowls Club, Park Crescent, Stewartby, MK43 9NL.

Saturday 23rd July - 10am start, Unbadged - Elaine v's Diane Bigley (Henlow), 2 Woods - Debbie v's ??? (awaiting opponent)

Sunday 24th July - 10am start, 4 Woods - Debbie v's Jayne Christie (Potton)



All of our club members wish to congratulate Debbie Roe on reaching the finals of the ladies county 2-woods and the

county 4-wood singles competitions and in doing so qualifying twice for national finals to be played at Royal Lemington Spa.

This is a brilliant achievement that one of our lady bowlers will be representing Stotfold in both of the main county singles finals.

Debbie will be playing her 2-wood final at 10AM on Saturday the 23rd and her 4-wood singles final at 10AM on Sunday the 24th of July at Stewartby Bowls club, The Pavilion, Park Crescent, Stewartby, Bedford, Beds MK43 9NL



Debbie will also be representing Bedfordshire at national finals at Leamington in the 2-wood singles starting Monday September the 5th and the 4-wood singles starting on Wednesday September the 7th. All of our members wish her the very best of luck in her two finals



Congratulations to Roger Neville & Stuart Morgan in reaching the quarter finals of the Mens County Pairs. Their next opponents are from Luton Town. Quarter finals & Semi finals to be played at Stewartby Bowls Club on Sunday 17 July at 10am.



Congratulations to Mark Amos on his selection to represent Bedfordshire in the 2nd round of the MIDDLETON CUP against Hertfordshire on Saturday 9th July - 2pm at Aylesbury Town B.C.

Marks selection follows a win for Bedfordshire against Cambridgeshire in the 1st round in which his rink won.


Lady's Top Club

Biggleswade beat Stotfold 3 - 1

A National Disaster

After seeing off Bedford Borough on their patch in the previous round of the National Top Club our ladies were hosts to Biggleswade in the next round. Biggleswade took command from the first bowl, Margaret Cahill Lost her singles 6 – 21, our pair of Debbie Roe and Beryl Clegg lost 8 – 22, and the rink lost 6 – 35 leaving the only bright spark, our triple of June Bentley, Sheila Clayton and Jo Gould who won 16 - 14


National Men's Top Club

Flitwick Beat Stotfold 3 -2

So Close all the way

We were away to Flitwick in the 2nd round of the National Top Club, once again Mark Amos got us off to a winning start in the two bowl singles. Alan Offord was next to finish his four bowl singles, starting well, three up after two ends being overtaken then trailing all the way until the eighteenth end, 13 – 13 at that stage, losing ground then levelling at 20 – 20, one more needed but Alan lost. It was a similar story for our triple 23 – 23 with one end to play, this was taken by Flitwick, and the rink was almost the same, fifteen all after sixteen ends, 19 – 18 up with one end to play but they dropped a three and the match was lost, a consolation for Peter Jones and Terry Regan who 16 – 13


Lady's National Top Club

Stotfold beat Bedford Borough 75 - 72

A close call

Our ladies were involved in their National Top Club, a trip to Bedford Borough to try their luck on the artificial surface. Margaret Cahill lost 18 – 21 in the singles, Debbie Roe and Beryl Clegg dropped a four and a five in their pair’s game but still won 30 – 16, valuable points for. June Bentley, Sheila Clayton and Jo Gould won 16 – 11 but our four of Kate McBeal, Marion Amos, Elaine Drury and Pat Wisbey lost 11 – 25 , two disciplines all so the match was decide on shots for, 75 – 73 in our favour and have a home tie against Biggleswade


EBDBL Knockout Cup

Stotfold "B" beat Langford "A" 48 - 19

What a knockout

Our “B" side had to play Langford in the EBDBL Knockout Cup, they delivered a crushing blow and Langford were counted out. With both of our triples 12 -2 up after eight ends there was no doubt who would win. Ron Williams, Michael Everitt and Terry Regan were almost caught at 13 – 9 after thirteen ends but pulled away and had to be content with an 18 – 10 win. Dave Beckett, Ro Legate and Barry Albon had three fives and a four in their total, their opponents had five singles and a four so there was no doubt about the result, 30 – 9.


National 2X4's

Stotfold lost to Linslade 34 - 45

Another exit

Linslade made themselves at home, having tied the first end, took the lead on the second end and never lost it. Brian Every, Maurice Legate and Bob Bell dropped a four and a six in their 12 – 24 defeat, Frank Amos, Charles Lewis, Kevin Eversden and Alan Offord were on level terms, seven all after seven, ten all after ten, thirteen all after fourteen then almost sharing the last seven ends but won 22 -21


National 2X4's

Stotfold lost to Maulden 34 - 35

Close but not close enough

In a game of changing fortunes there were two closely matched sides, the lead changed hands seven times, the scores were level on four occasions. Apart from the second end where home advantage held sway, with Stotfold leading by four shots there was never more than three shots until the sixteenth end where they were five up. They lost seven shots in two ends, two down, got the lead back t to three shots up with one end to play, well dome Maulden, they scored four shots to win by a single. Dave Beckett, Dean Wood, Mark Amos and Barry Albon were on terms at six all after seven ends took the lead with a two but fell behind and were 9 – 13 down after thirteen ends , pulled back to level the game after sixteen ends but lost shots over the remainder of the game, 15 – 23 down. Peter Jones, Tony Ding, Ro Legate and Terry Regan were also six all after seven ends, and were five up after twelve, retained this advantage until the sixteenth end and increased the margin to 1 9- 12 at the end


National Lady's Champion of Champions

Margaret Cahill lost 15 - 21

A noble effort

As Club Champion Margaret Cahill was drawn to play Barbara Carter of Wilstead and got off to a good start. After dropping a three on the first end, Margaret was 11 – 3 up after five ends and was half way to a win, Barbara had other ideas and took command of the game and ran out a 21 -15 winner, bad luck Margaret


Men's Top Club

Stotfold beat Barton-le-Clay 3 - 2

In the two bowls singles Mark Amos gave us the perfect start, defeating last year’s County winner 14 11. Alan Offord was not quite so fortunate, losing 15 – 21 to a player who knew every blade of grass on the rink. Our pair of Terry Regan and Barry Albon were next to finish with a 22 – 16 win and we needed a win from one of the other two disciplines which came with a 21 – 8 victory by our triple of Ro Legate, Bob Bell and Ron Williams. Our rink of Dave Beckett, Dean Wood (dragged from his bed because a selected player phoned in sick), Michael Everitt and Kevin Eversden dropped six shots to lose 16 – 22


County Mixed Fours

Margaret and Alan won 20 - 19

Only Just

Margaret Cahill and Alan Offord played the preliminary round away, with a five on one end they built a 14 – 7 lead after twelve ends but stuck and were caught, 14 -15 down after eleven ends, back level on the next, eighteen all after nine teen, then it was 20 – 18 with one to play, they lost a single to win


Men's Two fours

Stotfold beat the opposition

Stotfold beat Kempston Hammers 46 - 38 and Leighton Buzzard 40 - 32

A brilliant Sunday morning for sixteen Stotfold Bowlers


Men's County Fours

Stotfold beat Kempston 28 - 5

A convincing win for Mark Amos, Terry Regan, Alan Offord and Barry Albon, only allowing their opponents to score on five ends


Ladies County Triples

Three wins on the trot

On the County front our triple of Margaret Cahill, June Bentley and Debbie Roe played at Eaton Socon and came home with a 17 – 13 victory in the first round having defeated Potton 17 – 12 in the preliminary round, no rest for the wicked they had to play at Shefford in the 2nd round which they won 14 – 12