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Cotswold League Week 3

By Paul Lucas Malmesbury Bowls and Social Club

Thursday, 26 May 2022


Malmesbury Bowls and Social Club Contributor


Week 3 of the Cotswold saw the first loss for the club, Malmesbury B traveled to Olveston and lost to Olveston B by 0-10 points and 39-65 shots.

Next week, the B team is at home to Nailsworth Mills B. The B team remains top of the table in Division 4.

The A team fared better on the day by beating Olveston A by 10-0 points and 56-34 shots. The visitors were playing well at the beginning of the evening but faded away.

Next week, the A team is away at Victory Park. The A team is second in the table in Division 1, equal on points but with worse shots difference, with Fairford A first.

The league tables can be viewed here

Contact Information

John Smith

Find Malmesbury Bowls and Social Club

The Pavilion, Baskerville, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 9BS


Additional Information

There are limited car parking spaces at the club. If possible, please park in Cross Hayes. It is a short walk from Cross Hayes, down Silver Street, to the club house.