The final of the Presidents Reserve Triples, for those pennant players Grade 5 and below, was played on an adjacent green with the Umina Beach team of John Hall, Dave Derrick and Lee Cribbs running out winners over Mingara’s Barry Pike, Tom Townsend and Bruce Smith.
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Bowls Central Coast "Volunteer of the Year" of the Year - Ian Jarratt receives his award at the BCC Presentation Night
President John Warton receives the BCC "Club of the Year" award at the 2017 BCC Presentation Night
Shirley de la Harpe and Shaun Addy win the King & Queen 3 bowl open mixed pairs at Umina Beach Mens Bowling Club on Sat 11th & Sun 12th Novemember 2017
On Thursday 28th September, Umina Beach, Everglades & Ettalong Men's Bowling Clubs presented a cheque for $15,000 to Jan Richens of Central Coast Health, to buy specialist prostrate & urological cancer equipment for Gosford and Wyong hospitals.
Wal Rainbow having been determined by the Executive Committee to meet the requirements of the Bowls Central Coast constitution and regulations was granted Life Membership of Bowls Central Coast.
35 Teams competed in this years Mens 46th Kingfisher Carnival. With Fred Dowse, Peter Coombes and Ed Mason taking 1st Prize
The Annual Ron Pursehouse Charity Day at Umina Beach BC was once again an outstanding success raising in excess of $7,000 and still counting for Central Coast Health
The 38TH AUSTRALIAN BLIND BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIPS was held at COOLANGATTA BOWLS CLUB on MAY 21-31,2017. Umina's Russell Hadley had a sucessful week, picking up a silver in the Pairs, and just missing out in the singles.
Happy Birthday Umina Beach Mens Bowling Club. First established in June 1957, the Mens Bowling club celebrates its 60th birthday this year.
Congratulations to Peter Springett & Sterling Young on winning the Zone HAV' A GO PAIRS competition, played at Bateau Bay BC on Friday evening 24th March under lights.
Ken Young and his Woy Woy team take the prize money in the February 2017 End of Month 2 bowl triples.
Shane Starkey was awarded Bowls Central Coast "Rookie of the Year"
Is that a wrong bias!! - no can't be, not during Australia Day bowls.
The final of the mixed fours proved to be one of the highlights of the year with the game going down to the wire on the last end. “Jock” Young’s team beating the experienced Mal Dodd’s side 18-16
Bendigo Banks monthly 2 bowl triples for November had 21 sides competing for the prize money, with David Cameron's team the eventual winners.
Congratulations to Tess Koutsellis (Terrigal) & Peter Freestone (Ettalong) on winning and being crowned 2016 King & Queen of the Central Coast in the two day. Tess and Peter had 6 wins plus 46, from the 7 game carnival
The clubs on the Woy Woy Peninsula, once a year put aside their rivalry to combine and raise money for charity. A cheque for $13500 was presented to Central Coast Local Health, for prostate and related cancers.
Steady drizzle failed to deter Umina’s Glenn Simington / Shane Starkey and Halekulani’s Brendan Wrice / Graham Bates in the final of the Central Coast division of the Bowls NSW Rookies Pairs for those bowlers with less than thirty months playing experience.
Umina’s Shane Starkey, a bowler of just two years experience, has captured two Central Coast titles in just a week apart.
Firstly, he won the Rookie Pairs with club mate Glen Simington and on Sunday 25th September he won the prestige Champion of Club Champion Pairs with partner Peter O’Sullivan by defeating the accomplished Toukley District pair of Eric Henricksen and Barrie McFetters.
The 2016 Kingfisher winners
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