©2016 Shanklin Bowling Club, Shanklin
©2016 Shanklin Bowling Club, Shanklin
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It has been an excellent season for the Club’s teams and for their individual members. The Shanklin “A” team have done wonderfully well and are undefeated in all this season’s Island competitions. They are the first team to achieve this. The squad is Phil Brooks (Captain), Keith Beckett, Jack Berry, Allen Best, Dave Boulton, Darren Griffith, Steve Hamblin, Robbi Hayes, Ron Leleux, Chris and Tony Lloyd, John Marsh, Travis Meller, Martin Tasker-Poland and John Wilkins. They comfortably won the First Division League Title for the fifth time in the last six seasons by winning all their matches. In the K O Cup final they dominated the game from the early stages and scored a convincing win in the final against Plessey “A”, succeeding on each of the 3 rinks.
Shanklin “D” will gain promotion to the First Division providing Cowes Medina “C” do not gain maximum points in their final game of the season and do not do so by a very substantial number of shots. The club were represented in 5 of the 6 finals of the 6 Men’s Isle of Wight county competitions. All finalists qualified for the National Championships played at Leamington.
A day later they were involved in a good match against Cowes Medina “A” in the Colin Ridett Memorial Trophy final. Travis Meller got them off to a good start by winning the singles 21 shots to 9. A 5 scored on the last end saw Robbi Hayes and Jack Berry victorious in the Pairs. In the triples Phil Brooks, Ron Leleux and Tony Lloyd pulled away in the final stages to record a good win. The opponents recorded their only win in the fours against the quartet of Martin Tasker-Poland, Tony Lloyd, Keith Beckett and John Marsh, to leave Shanklin “A” 3 to 1 victors.
2019 AN EXCELLENT SEASON FOR SHANKLIN
The quartet of Martin Tasker-Poland, Steve Hamblin, Keith Beckett and Ron Leleux won both the Isle of Wight Fours and the senior fours defeating Bob Mortlock’s Sandown quartet in the former and Martin Butcher’s defending title holders of Plessey in the latter. In the Singles Allen Best took the Island championship with a win over Viv Jenkins of Plessey. Darren Griffith took the 2 wood singles with victory over John Pearce of Bembridge. In the fours Ron Leleux’s rink won their first round match against Gloucester but lost in the next game to Suffolk. The other qualifiers all met defeat in their first round matches. The Ladies “D” team have won their league gaining promotion to the Ladies First Division where they join 2 other Shanklin teams. In the Isle of Wight Ladies County Competitions Diane English and Carol Thomas were the runners up in the pairs thereby qualifying for the Ladies National Championships at Leamington. They were involved in a very close first round match against Sussex but went down by 2 shots.
In the Men’s National Pairs Darren Griffith and Jack Berry, having qualified as runners up on the Island, performed excellently to win their first 5 rounds to gain a place in the National Final against a Kent duo. All 4 players performed well but an outstanding performance by the Kent skip gave them the edge and the title.
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©2016 Shanklin Bowling Club, Shanklin
It has been an excellent season for the Club’s teams and for their individual members. The Shanklin “A” team have done wonderfully well and are undefeated in all this season’s Island competitions. They are the first team to achieve this. The squad is Phil Brooks (Captain), Keith Beckett, Jack Berry, Allen Best, Dave Boulton, Darren Griffith, Steve Hamblin, Robbi Hayes, Ron Leleux, Chris and Tony Lloyd, John Marsh, Travis Meller, Martin Tasker-Poland and John Wilkins. They comfortably won the First Division League Title for the fifth time in the last six seasons by winning all their matches. In the K O Cup final they dominated the game from the early stages and scored a convincing win in the final against Plessey “A”, succeeding on each of the 3 rinks.
Shanklin “D” will gain promotion to the First Division providing Cowes Medina “C” do not gain maximum points in their final game of the season and do not do so by a very substantial number of shots. The club were represented in 5 of the 6 finals of the 6 Men’s Isle of Wight county competitions. All finalists qualified for the National Championships played at Leamington.
A day later they were involved in a good match against Cowes Medina “A” in the Colin Ridett Memorial Trophy final. Travis Meller got them off to a good start by winning the singles 21 shots to 9. A 5 scored on the last end saw Robbi Hayes and Jack Berry victorious in the Pairs. In the triples Phil Brooks, Ron Leleux and Tony Lloyd pulled away in the final stages to record a good win. The opponents recorded their only win in the fours against the quartet of Martin Tasker-Poland, Tony Lloyd, Keith Beckett and John Marsh, to leave Shanklin “A” 3 to 1 victors.
2019 AN EXCELLENT SEASON FOR SHANKLIN
The quartet of Martin Tasker-Poland, Steve Hamblin, Keith Beckett and Ron Leleux won both the Isle of Wight Fours and the senior fours defeating Bob Mortlock’s Sandown quartet in the former and Martin Butcher’s defending title holders of Plessey in the latter. In the Singles Allen Best took the Island championship with a win over Viv Jenkins of Plessey. Darren Griffith took the 2 wood singles with victory over John Pearce of Bembridge. In the fours Ron Leleux’s rink won their first round match against Gloucester but lost in the next game to Suffolk. The other qualifiers all met defeat in their first round matches. The Ladies “D” team have won their league gaining promotion to the Ladies First Division where they join 2 other Shanklin teams. In the Isle of Wight Ladies County Competitions Diane English and Carol Thomas were the runners up in the pairs thereby qualifying for the Ladies National Championships at Leamington. They were involved in a very close first round match against Sussex but went down by 2 shots.
In the Men’s National Pairs Darren Griffith and Jack Berry, having qualified as runners up on the Island, performed excellently to win their first 5 rounds to gain a place in the National Final against a Kent duo. All 4 players performed well but an outstanding performance by the Kent skip gave them the edge and the title.
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It has been an excellent season for the Club’s teams and for their individual members. The Shanklin “A” team have done wonderfully well and are undefeated in all this season’s Island competitions. They are the first team to achieve this. The squad is Phil Brooks (Captain), Keith Beckett, Jack Berry, Allen Best, Dave Boulton, Darren Griffith, Steve Hamblin, Robbi Hayes, Ron Leleux, Chris and Tony Lloyd, John Marsh, Travis Meller, Martin Tasker-Poland and John Wilkins. They comfortably won the First Division League Title for the fifth time in the last six seasons by winning all their matches. In the K O Cup final they dominated the game from the early stages and scored a convincing win in the final against Plessey “A”, succeeding on each of the 3 rinks.
Shanklin “D” will gain promotion to the First Division providing Cowes Medina “C” do not gain maximum points in their final game of the season and do not do so by a very substantial number of shots. The club were represented in 5 of the 6 finals of the 6 Men’s Isle of Wight county competitions. All finalists qualified for the National Championships played at Leamington.
A day later they were involved in a good match against Cowes Medina “A” in the Colin Ridett Memorial Trophy final. Travis Meller got them off to a good start by winning the singles 21 shots to 9. A 5 scored on the last end saw Robbi Hayes and Jack Berry victorious in the Pairs. In the triples Phil Brooks, Ron Leleux and Tony Lloyd pulled away in the final stages to record a good win. The opponents recorded their only win in the fours against the quartet of Martin Tasker-Poland, Tony Lloyd, Keith Beckett and John Marsh, to leave Shanklin “A” 3 to 1 victors.
2019 AN EXCELLENT SEASON FOR SHANKLIN
The quartet of Martin Tasker-Poland, Steve Hamblin, Keith Beckett and Ron Leleux won both the Isle of Wight Fours and the senior fours defeating Bob Mortlock’s Sandown quartet in the former and Martin Butcher’s defending title holders of Plessey in the latter. In the Singles Allen Best took the Island championship with a win over Viv Jenkins of Plessey. Darren Griffith took the 2 wood singles with victory over John Pearce of Bembridge. In the fours Ron Leleux’s rink won their first round match against Gloucester but lost in the next game to Suffolk. The other qualifiers all met defeat in their first round matches. The Ladies “D” team have won their league gaining promotion to the Ladies First Division where they join 2 other Shanklin teams. In the Isle of Wight Ladies County Competitions Diane English and Carol Thomas were the runners up in the pairs thereby qualifying for the Ladies National Championships at Leamington. They were involved in a very close first round match against Sussex but went down by 2 shots.
In the Men’s National Pairs Darren Griffith and Jack Berry, having qualified as runners up on the Island, performed excellently to win their first 5 rounds to gain a place in the National Final against a Kent duo. All 4 players performed well but an outstanding performance by the Kent skip gave them the edge and the title.
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