Coventry Bowling League 2021



Management Committee

Life Members
Mr. R Perry, Mr C Reid, Mr C Bordley, Mr RA Young
Mr Robert Moss
Mr. C Reid, Mr. RA Young, Mr. M Dobson 
Mr Martin Dobson
459 Walsgrave Road, Coventry, CV2 4AH
Tel: 024 7644 8916
Mob: 07904 589480
League Match Secretary
 Mr Damon Naile
Competitions Secretary
Mr Len Peach
2 Rectory Drive
Exhall, Coventry. CV7 9NZ
 Tel: 024 7631 1397



Welcome to the Coventry Bowling League.
The site comprises the Coventry Premier/Midweek League, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Leagues


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Saturday League

Wed Sep 22nd



With just a few games remaining in the Saturday League, there are some things still to decide. What isn't to decide is the D1 Champions - congratulation to Atherstone Cons A for what has pretty much been a romp. At the bottom it tight between five teams.


In D2, Walsgrave are favourites to win having pulled out a good advantage over Alvis A. Stoke Cov A could still overtake Alvis A for second as they host them in the final game of the season. Standard A are margainal favourites in D3, although Atherstone Cons B are in with a shout. D4 is done and dusted with a an exciting finsh seeing Griff & Coton B just pipping Stoke Cov B.


Saturday games have been difficult to rearrange due to their length and the shortened season. Some games have been voided through mutual consent and other will take place on or before October 3rd. Thank you to all teams for getting the games played - hopefully next season will be a little more straightforward. 



Fri Jul 2nd

Saturday League - June Round-up


Atherstone Cons A have a handsome lead in Saturday Division 1 and that's taking into account the extra game they have played. Attleborough Sports A are 19 points behind with Haunchwood a further 15 back. It is no surprise then that they occupy the top six positions in the aggregates with Jordan Baddeley, Carl Wilkins and Ben Percival all with 100% records and essentially tied at top. Attleborough Sports A managed a perfect home score in one match which takes some doing.


It's a whole lot closer in D2 which just a couple of points between Stoke Cov A, Alvis A and Walsgrave. Alvis are probably the true leaders with their game in hand even though they sit second in the table. Atherstone Grove A also achieved a perfect home score this month and bizarrely all three games finished 10 - 4 on the weekend of the 19th! Chris Pearson and Mark Roche (Stoke Cov A) top the aggregates with a 100% record.


Atherstone Cons B edged ahead of Coundon B after winning the top of the table clash. Attleborough Sports B are within striking distance of second now with their game in hand. Stockingford can feel a little hard done by in their game against Coundon B, losing by just five shots but only getting four winners. On the flip side, Coundon B played excellently to get the win with only 11 players. Six players tie on points at the top of the player's table, but it is Frazer Cameron (Coundon B) who lead Rob Horton (Atherstone Cons B) by a single shot. Stephen Arnold (Phoenix) is also in the the tie but has a game in hand.


Griff B lead Alvis B by a point in Division four. Stoke Cov B in third will have their ambitions for the league tested this month in a double header against Griff B. Steve Hudson (Griff B) leads a three way tie with Lewis Wildman and Matthew Brown (both Lime Tree B) in the aggregates. The 12th June saw al three matches land on a knife edge in favour of the away teams. Bed Ex beat Old Coventrians by four shots, Lime Tree beat Stoke Cov B by five shots, meaning they won 7 - 8 on points, and after finishing six games apiece Griff B beat Alvis by a single shot in a match that could have a lasting impression on the eventual outcome of the whole division.