DAY April 12th
President Alex Latimer with
his wife Margaret.
3rd 2003, Bowling
League of Ireland Touring Club
pm Our guests arrived. 28 bowlers representing 7 clubs
6.30 pm At our tables, 7 rinks eight per table for our
7.30 pm On the green
9.00 pm The
an memorable evening, speeches,
jokes, music and above all warmth and friendship.
A superbly organised event by our club secretary Dave
Barnett, kicked off with music from our local folk group 'PiggeryBrae' closely followed by that master musician from Dublin
John Murphy. Other acts followed and the bowlers were fully
entertained then by close of evening a rousing rendition
of Auld Lang Syne cemented the bond of fellowship. Haste
photo album )
'Tourers' are over in Scotland for a week, visiting
different Bowling Clubs.
If their other visits this week are half as good as what
ours was ...then they are in for quite a week!
Day, £2108 raised, click HERE
for more details.
Jim Boyd Trophy
Harry Noble Trophy
Under 30s Trophy
( winners in bold )
Tom McNee v Colin Johnston
Tom McNee v Alan McArthur
Harry Faulds v Alan McArthur
Dave McIvor v Richard McInall ( played April
Billy Dunsmore v Alan McArthur
Jim Kirk Jnr v Alan McArthur
A.Johnston / J.Montgomery jnr v C.Thomson / C.Jamieson
M.Mark / W.Johnston v R.Hinshelwood / K.Walton
Jim Low v Alex Hardie
Party 2003 for our senior members
Citizens Christmas Party 21st
thank-you to South Lanarkshire
Council for their generous donation towards our
Senior Citizens Christmas Party
Club President Alex Latimer, with open arms, welcomes our
senior members to their Christmas party.
Our secretary David Barnett and the social committee organised a
splendid day for our senior bowling club members and wives, all
local Cambuslang, Rutherglen and Burnside residents. South
Lanarkshire's donation and the bowling club members
contributed towards a scrumptious meal with wine followed by the
comedy cabaret act, Clem Dane.