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Eastney Bowls Club

By Min Wright Milton Park Bowling Association

Saturday, 28 August 2021


Milton Park Bowling Association Contributor


It is with sadness that as of 3rd October Eastney Bowls club will cease to exist. With falling membership over the last few years it has been increasingly hard for them to field sides, having dropped out of League bowls and concentrating on Combination & Midweek Triples Leagues it has become very difficult to find players to play 2 games a week.

Eastney we’re formed in 1991 out of the old Passenger Transport team but with dwindling numbers of bus drivers & conductors playing it was decided to reform as Eastney Bowling Club.

Over the years Eastney had a few league successes in winning Combination Div 3 in their inaugural year, and in 2011 winning League Division 3 with their A team. Individual success came in the P & D Triples, Mixed Fours competitions and Brian Brown winning the Over 60s Singles title in 2003 with Colin Dixon also winning the Southsea Open in 2000.

The Eastney “boys” always enjoyed their morning roll ups and could be found most days having a social game amongst themselves and would always welcome others to join them to make up the numbers, an experience I have had a fair number of times over the years, especially when I was new to the game.

Contact Information

Steven Palmer

  • 02392822141

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