Bowls sea­son gets un­der­way

Rutherglen Reformer - - Motoring Guide -

It’s that time of year again – yes, it’s the start of the bowls sea­son in Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang.

Pres­i­dent James McGall and wife Mar­garet were vis­ited by South La­nark­shire de­pute provost Pam Clearie at the Cam­bus­lang open­ing af­ter­noon at West­coats Road.

Their ladies open­ing day was also set to take place yes­ter­day, Tues­day.

Mean­while, Half­way and District Bowl­ing Club will cel­e­brate the start of the new sea­son on Satur­day at 2pm. Pres­i­dents Jim Stod­dart and Lil­lian O’Neil will wel­come mem­bers, vis­i­tors and dis­tin­guished guests in what is al­ways a busy but en­joy­able day at the club.

The ladies open­ing game will take place on Good Fri­day, April 14.

The first com­pe­ti­tion will be on Satur­day, April 22, at 1pm when Ladies Day, spon­sored by Dru­masagard 2001s, will take place. The sheet for this and all May com­pe­ti­tions will be on the no­tice­boards in the bowls house this Satur­day.

Fix­ture di­aries will be avail­able for mem­bers to col­lect on Satur­day as long as fees have been paid. The club would also like to re­mind bowlers it is only £80 for new mem­bers.

Knock­out ties will be drawn at the end of April so there is still plenty of time to join and en­ter com­pe­ti­tions.

Open­ing day Club pres­i­dent James McGall with his wife Mar­garet and South La­nark­shire de­pute provost Pam Clearie

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