|Life MembersMr. R Perry, Mr C Reid, Mr C Bordley, Mr RA Young||PresidentMr Robert Moss||TrusteesMr. C Reid, Mr. RA Young, Mr. M Dobson|
|Secretary/TreasurerMr Martin Dobson459 Walsgrave Road, Coventry, CV2 4AH Tel: 024 7644 8916 Mob: 07904 589480email: firstname.lastname@example.org||League Match Secretary Mr Damon Naile
|Competitions SecretaryMr Len Peach2 Rectory DriveExhall, Coventry. CV7 9NZ Tel: 024 7631 1397email: email@example.com|
Welcome to the Coventry Bowling League.
The site comprises the Coventry Premier/Midweek League, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Leagues
Midweek Merits Finals Results
The Midweek Merits finals have taken place with some incredibly tight matches. The pick of the quarters saw Paul Haylor scrape past Matt Horton 21-18. The Semis saw an epic battle between Liam Bench and Leigh Burdett that went the full distance in Liam's favour. He couldn't repeat that in the final though which saw Paul Haylor crowned.
L Bench 21 - 10 T Aubury
D Horbury 5 - 21 L Burdett
P Haylor 21 - 18 M Horton
R Burdett 10 - 21 P Lamb
L Bench 21 - 20 L Burdett
P Haylor 21 - 14 P Lamb
L Bench 9 - 21 P Haylor
Fri Aug 13th
Midweek Roundup - The Final Push
It's crunch time in the Midweek and Thursday leagues with much to decide. Although one thing we are sure on is Bed Ex already securing the Midweek Division 4 title having gone unbeaten thus far. Congratulations.
Attleborough A are on the brink of following suit in MW1 title with a 18 point lead over Copsewood A. It's not nailed on yet because they meet in the final game of the season but five points in their next game will seal it anyway. At the bottom, Walsgrave C look in a whole host of trouble.
Midweek two is a tighter affair with Foxes narrowing leading Griff but have a game in hand and an easier run in. With a visit still to come to the leader's gaff, Dunlop B are the favourite to finish bottom.
Alttleborough B looked firm favourites in MW3 but a stunning run from Stoke Cov B has put it in the balance, although Attleborough have recovered after the unexpected loss to Albany A. They play each other next week with a win away almost guaranteeing Attleborough the title. Lose though and advantage will switch to Stoke Cov. Kenilworth B looks certain to finish bottom of the table.
There is still all to play for at thebottom of MW4 with Standard B and Stoke Cov C scrapping away to avoid the wooden spoon. They played out 141 point apiece thriller this week with four games each which, as they were the away side, gave Standard B a vital extra point.
It's still super close in the Aggregates in all the leagues. So, all to play for then in the final games. Good luck all.
Mon Jul 5th
Midweek June Round-up
Midweek 1 finds Attleborough atop, holding a 1 point lead over second place Copsewood , witha game in hand to boot. They hold a whopping 21 point gap over Potters in third. Unsurprising they hold four of the top ten players in the Aggregates with Pete Varney being their best in third. However, it is Barrie Shaw (Copsewood B) who is top of the pile, leading Christian Morey (Potters) by 2 points. There have been three 'perfect' home results with Potters achieving one and also been on the away end of one from Copsewood B. Attleborough A were the other team to achieve a perfect ten.
Midweek 2 is starting to look like a table of two halves. At the top there is a three horse race between Griff, Foxes and Herberts who sit at least 15 above the remaining five teams. It's tight between those five however with just five points covering them all. The top three players all have 100% records, Andrew Wetton (Griff) sits second, Matt Allen (Foxes) third and Dave Thompson (Herberts) top. The final round in June saw a thrilling draw between Standard A and Gas B. The away team, gas, achieved an impressive five winners but the home team hung on by two shots to claim the bonus points.
Attleborough B hold a nine point lead over Stoke Cov B and Albany in Midweek 3, but Stoke Cov B could close this with their game in hand. Dave Neal and Chris Reed (Attleborough B) head the aggregates, with the former ahead on shots alone.
Even with Councon C and Walsgrave D's game in hand, Bedworth Ex hold a handsome 18 point lead in Midweek 4. The picture is a bit murky further down given the amount of games postponed. Bed Ex hold five of the individual top ten including Stuart Gibbs in top spot. Both Old Covents and Walsgrave D achieved a perfect home score while Gas C sneaked an away win at Standard B by just seven shots thanks largely to single figure wins by Roger Randle, Tom Cope and Jayke Ward.
Thu Jun 17th
This week 25 of the 26 Midweek games were entered online by 10am the next day. This is incredible result entry activity. Well done all - keep it up!
Mon May 17th