Cen­te­nary de­light for bowlers

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Classified -

TEN­TER­DEN Bowls Club brought its very suc­cess­ful cen­te­nary year to a fit­ting close with a Cen­te­nary Din­ner held at the Chapel Down Vine­yard, Small­hythe.

The din­ner was at­tended by 46 mem­bers and guests which in­cluded the deputy mayor of Ten­ter­den, Cllr Alan Sug­den and his wife Jean; the pres­i­dent of the Kent County Bowl­ing As­so­ci­a­tion, David Conde; the Pres­i­dent of the Kent County Women’s Bowl­ing As­so­ci­a­tion, Pat Cheese­man and club mixed tour­na­ment spon­sors Peter and Deirdre Knott (Whites the Jew­ellers).

Dur­ing the evening, David Conde pre­sented the men’s sin­gles cham­pion, John Kirk, with his tro­phy and Pat Cheese­man pre­sented the lady’s sin­gles cham­pion, An­drea Crosser with her tro­phy.

Other com­pe­ti­tion win­ners were: Terry Pick­ford & John Kirk, men’s pairs; Terry Pick­ford & Edna Cur­tis, mixed pairs; Ray Cutchee, An­drea Crosser & Edna Cur­tis, mixed triples; An­drea Crosser, 100up; Edna Cur­tis, Vet­er­ans; Ron Monk, hand­i­cap sin­gles; John Kirk, Two Woods and David Clapp, the Wal­ter Cham­ber­lain Cup.

Ten­ter­den chair­man John Kirk thanked all the mem­bers who had sup­ported the events dur­ing the sea­son, David Conde & Pat Cheese­man for bring­ing County teams to play the club, but in par­tic­u­lar, the club’s own pres­i­dent, Dorothy Phillips, for all her hard work in or­gan­is­ing so many dif­fer­ent events to cel­e­brate the club’s 100 years.

He sur­prised Dorothy by pre­sent­ing her with an al­bum of pho­to­graphs record­ing all the events of what had been a very suc­cess­ful Cen­te­nary Year.

Pat Cheese­man pre­sent­ing An­drea Crosser with her tro­phy

Kent pres­i­dent David Conde presents John Kirk with his tro­phy

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