|Secretary||Assistant Secretary||Competition Secretary||Press Secretary||Chairman||Assistant Chairman||President||Treasurer||
|Irving Price||David Broderick||Kevin Stevenson||Keith Cherrett||Brenda Jones||Kevin Stevenson||John Lloyd||John Davies||Malcolm Parry|
The Prestigious Burton Cup was played for at Brymbo on Sunday 30th September, it was won by Andrew Armstrong (Cunliffe) who beat Dave (rocky) Jones in the final 21 18
The end of season merit knock-outs were played for on Saturday 22nd September.
The winners were as :-
Premier Division @ Garden Village Dave (rocky) Jones (Esclusham) beat Kevin Nicholas Gresford Colliery) 21 18 in the final
Division One @ Bersham Andy Riley (Johnstown) beat Tony Roberts (Ponciau Park) 21 20 in the final
Division Two @ Esclusham Barry Roberts (Farndon) beat Mark Philips (Gate) 21 5 in the final
Division Three @ Johnstown Tony Partington (Brymbo) beat Kerry Rowlands (Chirk) 21 19 in the final
Congratulations to :
Cunliffe A who have won the Premier Division for the first time
Cunliffe B who won the Division One League
Bradley who have won the Division Two League
Bersham A who have won the Division Three League
Gresford Colliery A, Esclusham B, & Ruabon on winning their respective pairs Leagues
Esclusham A who beat Gresford Colliery A in the final of The Cyril Adams County Cup
Llay A who beat Garden Village A in The Final of The W.G. Roberts cup of which was played at Esclusham
Llay A who beat Esclusham B in the Premier division Cup Final
Cunliffe B who beat Llay B in the division One Cup Final
Bradley who beat Llay C in the division Two Cup Final
Llay D who beat Bersham A in the division Three Cup Final
* Please be aware there is a dress code for all finals as is determined by the BCGBA
BCGBA ‘(male) or BCGLBA (female)’ dress code is to be adhered to in all cup finals including end of season merit knockout competitions.
i.e. Collared Shirts and Black trousers.
As the season is in its last full month please note the below rule.
a) Before the allocation of prize money the League will retain 15% of all match fee income to meet administration costs. A reduction in the number of teams in any particular division may result in a corresponding decrease in both the League prize money and merit winner awards. Presentation of all prize monies for League honours will take place at the Presentation Evening. Clubs or players holding League trophies must return them to the League Secretary by 31 August. Failure to do so will result in the offending club being fined.
The press secretary is after some profile pictures of all players that play in the Wrexham League, if there are any budding photographers within your club, please send them to : firstname.lastname@example.org in jpeg format please.
'Once the season starts please be aware that results need to be entered within 24 hours after the games has been played, and also that away teams need to check the results are correct, and remember to click to save'
If you want to view the 2018 calendar click on the link below
To print the calendar from the link on the left hand side:-
Click on the calendar 2018 - Excel this will take you to saving the file on your computer which will then open in excel and can be printed off if required.
For your interest Allan Taylor who plays for Ruabon and has been involved with bowls for many years has taken over Charisma Trophies in Yorke Streeet in Wrexham, and has subsequently introduced Crown Green Bowls and bowling accessories to the existing range of products and services already provided.'Allan is now taking bowls in that want testing/polishing laquering etc. to Premier Bowls, Do not leave it to late if you want your bowls back in plenty of time for the start of the season'
Obviously it is still early days and he is only now starting to increase stock levels including Taylors and Drakes Pride product ranges.
Allan has asked if we can let local Wrexham clubs know they now have an outlet in Town that they can call into at any time, but also more importantly can drop off their bowls, jacks etc for refurbishment at the end of the season, rather than having to make the long trek to Stockport on an individual basis.