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On a pleasant Saturday afternoon 14 bowlers from Borough Bowling Club took on 14 bowlers from North Cliff Bowling Club for the Terry Summersgill Memorial Trophy. The game was always intended on being a social event with a raffle and tea and cakes to raise funds for St Catherine’s Hospice who had given great care to bowler Terry  in his final days

The day was a great success and Borough won eight out of the ten matches played to take home the trophy 

£551 was raised on the day and the following day Robin Hoods Bowling Club kindly donated their charity Car Parking fund of £235, which means a total of £786 will be donated to St Catherine’s Hospice



On Easter Sunday 66 hardy bowlers turned out in the GT Garages drawn pairs merit at Manor Road Scarborough The random draw threw together some interesting pairs
Flying  the flag for Borough Bowling Club were John Thundercliffe and Caroline Watson who were going well before just losing out 21-19 to North Cliffs Eddie McCormack and Whitby's Kenny Wale in the quarter finals However it was the strong pairing of Dukes Park's Dave Lowe and Hunmanby's Phil Todd who took the first final berth beating McCormack and Wale 21-9 in the  semi-final
In the bottom half of the draw North Cliff's Ashley Douglas and Borough's Penny Gosling were knocking out all in front of them before being stopped 21-9 by Borough's Dave Pryce and Robin Hood Bay's Stan Sleighthome in the quarter final The second semi final saw the strong pairing of Borough's Bobby Walker and North Cliff's NIgel Trotter see off Pryce and Sleighthome 21-11 to claim the second final place
The final saw some fine precision bowling from Lowe and Todd who ran out winners 21-9 to take the trophy
Special thanks to our sponsors GT Garages and the trophy was presented to the winners by Borough president Dave Pryce



On Saturday 7 April Eddie McCormack will lead a team of 12 friends of Terry's from North Cliff to play a similar team of 12 from Borough in what we intend to become a curtainraiser each season. We are going to run a raffle in order to raise money for St.Catherines Hospice who gave Terry some fantastic care for his final days. We have been pledged some special prizes already from members of other clubs which should help us raise a good sum of money in Terry's honour, and we hope as many members as possible will turn out to make this a special day.



  Our good friend and longstanding member Terry sadly passed away in St Catherines Hospice on Wednesday 21st February we send our condolences to his family

EUGOLY to Terry click here



57 hardy winter bowlers turned out on a wet Sunday for the latest Crown Green Bowling Merit at  Borough Bowling Club
It was always going to be a tough contest to win and after Robin Hoods Bay's Tim Purcell defeated Borough's Ian Hadden 21-20 in a quality semi- final he looked a good bet with the local bookie
Castleford's Colin Schora had a different idea after dispatching Whitby's Alan Landers 21-18 in his semi-final
It was a ding dong final and Tim was 20-19 up with a good wood on the block when he looked to the bookie for his payout but he hadn't figured with Colin bowling a brilliant last wood to level the scores at 20-20 
Colin then made a brilliant lead on the next end that wasn't beaten to take the day in style.
Congratulations to Colin Schora and commiserations to Tim Purcell
A consolation tea and biscuits doubles contest was run for first game losers that was won 21-20 by Gary Pulestan and Phil Rippingale beating Kath Brown and Danny Cooper


SATURDAY 17th February (7pm for 7.30 pm dinner)

Annual Dinner at  THE MOUNT HOTEL , Cliff Bridge Terrace, Scarborough

3 course evening meal with coffee and entertainment for £23.50 per person

Parking around the hotel is free after 6pm



SATURDAY 24th February

 at the Indoor Bowls Centre 6.30 start

Bowling is £3 per person and Pie and Peas is £3 per person


The green was cut on Thursday 12th Jan and it’s going to be spiked in the next few days and then some iron applied so will be closed for the day when it’s been done weather permitting


Open day for 2018 season will be 10th March at 10am