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On the Green

Nailsea Bowls Club On the Green

Somerset County league, C&D Evenings, C&D & Weston triples, Friendlies all to play for – why not help us succeed?

Nailsea Bowls Club is active in many local leagues.

Saturday afternoons we enter two teams of 3 rinks each, into the Somerset County League. Currently the A team play in the North 1 league whilst our B team have gained promotion to North 2

Wednesday evenings we enter 5 rinks in the Clevedon and District evening league, and have gained some measure of success.

Through the week we thrive in the cut and thrust of two local triples leagues. We generally enter 6 rinks in both The Clevedon and District triples league and the Weston and District triples league – second division. Plenty of competition come (light) rain or shine.

Also thriving, for players of all levels and often but, not exclusively, mixed with members of Nailsea Ladies Bowls Club, we play home and away in a fluid ‘league’ of friendly matches, entertaining clubs we might not otherwise compete with. Often members enjoy a friendly afternoon tea with the opposition and repair to the ‘club house’ for a convivial drink to finish the day and analyse the result.