Once more the drive is on for new members at the Jim Baker Stadium, with the doors being thrown open over the month of August as club officials embark on another series of the popular ‘open days’.
Old and new members are invited to come along to try their hand.
The club will be open to everyone on Monday, August 15 and 22, from 11am-1pm and 7-9pm. If those dates don’t suit, the doors will also be open on Thursday, August 18 and 25 with the sames times applicable.
And, just as an alternative, members and visitors are invited to come and test out the facilities on Wednesday, August 17 and 24, from 10am-1pm. The club boasts a number of excellent facilities, including a restaurant, two bars, meeting/conference room and a large car park.
“The open days have proved to be very successful in previous years,” said club manager Rod Coleman.
“It’s a chance for people to come along to see what we have on offer . . . and hopefully, we can pick up a few new members as well.
“Everyone will be made welcome.”
For full details, contact the club on 028 94432937; email:firstname.lastname@example.org; Facebook: JimBakerBowling Stadium.
The club is situated on Ballysavage Road, Parkgate, Templepatrick.
l Coleraine moved into second place in the PBA Senior League following their 79-46 win over Letterkenny at Lodge Road on Saturday, but the two points pocketed by the visitors have almost certainly guaranteed their place in the top flight next season.
Results: NIPBA Senior League: Coleraine 70 (5) Letterkenny 46 (2), City of Derry 81 (5) Dunluce 79 (2), Portglenone 81 (5) Limavady 83 (2).
l Northern Ireland Women’s Bowling Association Senior League: Ballyholme 1pt Lisnagarvey 6pts; Whitehead 2 Donaghadee 5; Divis 1 Dungannon 6; Banbridge 7 Holywood 9; Portadown 6 Newcastle 0; Portadown 6.5 Banbridge 0.5; Holywood 6 Whitehead 1.
NIWBA Junior League: Antrim Lawn 4pts Gilnahirk 1pt; Carrick 1 Lagan Valley 4; Castle Park 5 Dromore 0; Curran 5 Newry 0.