Local Bowling Club Evenings Every Wednesday, weather permitting, between 5.30pm and 8.00pm, (May to September), the Club welcomes guests who wish to try their hand at Elizabethan bowls. Join us on the day, or register your interest with the Club Secretary through our contacts page.
Pairs Cup 2018: Winner: Simon Clough & Roger Ford Runners-up: Ian Livingstone & Judith Heaton, Venina Rees & Jan Allcorn
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BARNES BOWLING CLUB
Challenger Plus Cup: Winner: Ian Livingstone Runner-up:  David Oxley
Ladies Day in the sunshine - good bowls and lunch!
BBC Competitions in Pictures
Winner: Caroline Castle, Runner-up Venina Rees
Time for a Manser - Book your matches now
Papa George wins this year’s Silver Fox Trophy after a play-off with Frank Grimes
BBC Cup & Shield Finals
BBC Cup: Winner Pete Rees, Runner-up Neale Freeland
BBC Shield: Winner Pete Rees, Runner-up John Stutfield
4.00pm Sunday 7 October Season Closes (Flag Lowered) 8.00pm Friday 16 November Closing Dinner, White Hart, Barnes SW13 7.30pm Tuesday 20 November   AGM, Coach & Horses, Barnes SW13
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Weds Evening Club Night Prospective Members & Guests Welcome
Challenger Plus Cup Winner: Ian Livingstone, Runner-up: David Oxley
Pairs Cup Winners: Simon & Roger Runners-up: Ian & Judith and Venina & Jan 
Winner: Caroline Castle Runner-up: Venina Rees
Ladies Day in the sunshine good bowls and lunch!
BBC Competition Pictures
Papa George wins Silver Fox Trophy after a play-off with Frank Grimes
BARNES BOWLING CLUB
Book your Mansers Now
BBC Cup & Shield Finals
BBC Cup: Winner Pete Rees, Runner-up Neale Freeland
BBC Shield: Winner Pete Rees, Runner-up John Stutfield
4.00pm Sunday 7 October  Season Closes (Flag Lowered) 8.00pm Friday 16 November Closing Dinner, White Hart, SW13 7.30pm Tuesday 20 November AGM, Coach & Horses, SW13
Established in 1725, Barnes Bowling Club maintains the traditions that made the club popular over the years with locals and guests