Selections have been made of those members to represent the Para Hills Bowling Club on Wednesday 3 March and Saturday 6 March 2021. The selections may be viewed on the Pennant Selection Page. Good luck to all bowlers.
The next Fish and Chips Friday will be held at the Para Hills Bowling Club on Friday 12 March 2021. Come along and enjoy a magnificent serving of Fish & Chips, together with salad if you wish, for only $8. Meals can be ordered from 5.30 pm. To assist catering arrangements if possible please place the names of attendees on the list available at the club. Alternatively feel free to call the club on 8285 6744 to reserve a place.
Happy Hour prices at the bar will be from 5.30 pm until 6.30 pm. Everybody welcome.
Over the past few days a few members have queried whether the Wednesday start time for games next season will be earlier. The Metropolitan Bowls Association (MBA) Presidents Report of February 2021 provides a great insight in what to expect next season, including;
“Many of the current Conditions of Play will continue for next season (2021-2022). The following changes will be applied to next seasons COP: –
- All Divisions for ALL competition days will have Finals.
- Wednesday pennant start times will be 10 am, 2 end roll up – Match starts at 10.15 am.
- Wednesday 5 rink playing format will include Division 3.
- Replay/resumed matches for the Saturday Open will also apply to Divisions 4 & 5.
- No replays/restarts for Saturday Open Divisions 6 & 7.
- All current break COP will remain the same as for the current season.”
Members are encouraged to read the MBA Presidents Report, a copy of which may be found here.
The Para Hills Bowling Club Singles Championships were held at the club on Sunday 7 February 2021. Meet our Club Champions on the Club News Page.
Just a friendly reminder to all members and visitors visiting the Para Hills Bowling Club, that their attendance MUST be recorded either by entering their QR Code or by completing a written record of their entry, irrespective of the reason why. This includes members who attend the club via the gate leading to the greens.
The reason members and visitors must record their entry to the club is because it is a way of making it easier for SA Health to find where people have been in the event of a coronavirus outbreak. In this regard, the assistance of all members / visitors would be greatly appreciated.