WHITWICK PARK BOWLS CLUB COMPETITIONs
A huge thanks to John and Jen Cort for organising the 2020 competitions. They have done a superb job arranging 7 competitions over the summer with a total of 105 entries and many different winners.
Everything has run very smoothly and the club is extremely grateful to them.
The Fellows Cup was won by Club President,
John Prattley (left) who beat Kevin Roome (right) 21-19 in a very tight and enjoyable final.
The competition, which ran throughout the season, saw many close matches and some excellent bowling by our club members.
Black Horse Trophy
Winners of the Black Horse pairs competition were
Linda McDermott and Richard Smallwood (left) who beat Beth Ward and Kevin Roome (right) in the final.
An excellent competition enjoyed by all the players who took part.
Non Previous Trophy Winners
Betts Maiden Trophy
It's a family affair
Gavin Broughton (left) triumphed in the Betts Maiden final beating his father-in-law, Bill North (right),
Winners of this trophy cannot enter this competition again so we have a different victor each year.
After an excellent competition Hanson Bowl winner, Richard Smallwood (right) receives the trophy from President, John Prattley (centre), with Runner up Peter Moult on the left.
Tom Hills Cup
Roome at the Top
After a fun and competitive day, the Tom Hills Cup was won by Kevin Roome (left). Runner up, Jim McDermott is pictured right with President, John Prattley (centre).
We were delighted that Molly Hurst was able to join us to present the inaugural Peter Hurst Trophy. Peter was a lovely man and a highly respected member of the club in addition to being an excellent bowler.
The deserved winner was Graham Findell who finished just ahead of Dennis Pickering, with Beth Ward in third place.
We all had a good and enjoyable day, despite the weather not being at its best.
Winner Graham Findell
2020 Lockdown Competition
Betts Maiden winner, Gavin Broughton (left) had his second success of the season by winning the
Lockdown Trophy - a one-off competition reflecting the unprecedented year of 2020.
A special trophy was made by Charlie Prattley for the occasion.
The runner up was Kevin Roome (top right) with Richard Smallwood (bottom right) finishing third.