Coventry Bowling League 2021

 

 

Management Committee

Life Members
Mr. R Perry, Mr C Reid, Mr C Bordley, Mr RA Young
President
Mr Robert Moss
 
Trustees
Mr. C Reid, Mr. RA Young, Mr. M Dobson 
Secretary/Treasurer
Mr Martin Dobson
459 Walsgrave Road, Coventry, CV2 4AH
 
Tel: 024 7644 8916
Mob: 07904 589480
email: dobson365@btinternet.com
League Match Secretary
 Mr Damon Naile
 
 
 email: covcrownmatches@gmail.com
Competitions Secretary
Mr Len Peach
2 Rectory Drive
Exhall, Coventry. CV7 9NZ
 
 Tel: 024 7631 1397
email: lenbowls21@aol.com
  http://north-midlands-cgba.co.uk   https://www.bcgba.org.uk/

 

 

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

 

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Sunday League

Mon Aug 23rd

Sunday Roundup - The Final Games

 

With the final few games to come, let's look at how things stand on Sunday.

 

Copsewood A look set to win Sunday D1 after inflicting the first defeat on their B Team, meaning they draw level on points with a game in hand. Martin Puffett (Copsewood B) is in pole position for the Aggregates, although with games in hand, don't count out Chris Dunne (Gas) There is nothing to choose between Albany A, Gas and Lime Tree B for the bottom places.

 

In D2, Old Coventrians appear to be the most likely to finish bottom but it's tight at the top. Mathematically any of four teams can win but in reality it's a straight battle between Coronation A and Coundon. A win in either of the final two games would ensure Frazer Cameron (Coundon) the top spot in the Aggregates whatever anyone else does.

 

 

Mon Jun 28th
Sunday League - June Round-up
 
Coundon head the Sunday Division 2 league on paper but, with their game in hand and just two shots behind, Coronation A could put in a claim to be the true leaders. The picture is mixed elsewhere with anywhere from four to six games having been played. The top five players all have 100% records, however by dint of having played more games, Frazer Cameron (Coundon) is top. Chris Reeve (Standard) in third has two games in hand though so things might get tight. Their respective teams played out a tense match a few weeks back at Coundon. With the game delicately poised at 3 - 2, Coundon's Owen Wood managed to get above 15 to ensure a points victory. Brian Foy's win was just worth a point then, rather than the four it would have been a few ends earlier. It's been said before; it's your losers that win you the game. 
 
Much like D2, in D1, Copsewood B lead the table but it's their A team that are in the driving seat, just a point behind and a game in hand. That being said, Wyken, Colliery A and Lime Tree A are very much in the mix. Wyken and Colliery A played out a close affair match at the Walsgrave Pub. It all went down to the final thrilling match which Colliery's Steve Downing won to 20 but that couldn't quite prevent a four shot victory for Wyken. Martin Puffett leads his Copsewood B team mate, Barrie Shaw, in the Aggregates but Dave Ord (Lime Tree A) is there in third with a game in hand.