Important Dates

Monday, 31 May 2021

May 31, 2021

YES to Unification of BNSW and WBNSW


Pleased to advise that the result of today's vote for amalgamation of Bowls NSW and Women's Bowls NSW was a resounding YES.

All men's zones voted YES including this Zone.  In Zone 15, 19 Clubs voted for the motions, 1 Club voted against and 1 Club did not submit a result.

We do note that the new Bowls New South Wales Limited Board that comes into operation today, does include two Central Coast Bowlers in Lesley Swales of Umina Beach BC, and John Ellison of The Entrance BC.  John was the Finance Director of Bowls NSW and Lesley was a Director of Women's Bowls NSW.  We congratulate Lesley and John on their appointments.   I know that all wish Lesley, John and the rest of the Board every success in implementing the unification.

In the photo above the two Central Coast identities are on either end of the line-up.

May 31, 2021


With only  four Clubs contesting the Grade 1 competition the Zone Flag was won by the Club on top of the ladder after completion of the sectional rounds. It was Ettalong’s eighth No 1 flag since the Central Coast became a free-standing Zone in 1995


May 31, 2021

Gwandalan take out Grade 2


Congratulations to Gwandalan on winning the Grade 2 Flag with a convincing 74-56 win over the Greens@theEntrance, winning 2 out of the 3 rink contest, and will be off to Parkes for the State Finals in July

Good Luck guys

2021 Grade 2 runners-up - The Greens

May 31, 2021

Ettalong Memorial win Grade 3


Congratulations to Ettalongs Grade 3 on winning their section and pennant flag. Only one sections in this grade so no sectional playoff required.

I'm sure they will go well at Northmead/Toongabbie for the State Finals in July - Good Luck

May 31, 2021

Orimbah RSL win Grade 4 Pennant Flag

 Well done to Orimbah RSL on a 65-52 win over Gwandalan taking 2 rinks to Gwandalans 1 and with an impresssive 34-6 shot win for Anthony Coates on rink  10

Congratulations guys, and good luck at Yamba 

2021 Grade 5 runners-up - Wyong


May 31, 2021

Grade 5 Pennant win for Ettalong


Congratulations to Ettalong Memorial on a 68-50 win over Wyong. Ettalong taking 2 or the 3 rinks with a big 34-18 win for skipper Jason Rigby on rink 5 at Ettalong.

Congratulations guys,and good luck at State

2021 Grade 5 runners up - Wyong

May 31, 2021

Grade 1 Playoff at Charlestown Bowling Club

A spot was up for grabs in the Grade 1 State Pennant Playoff's on Sunday 30th May at Charlestown BC between the Central Coast Conference runner up, Halekulani and the very strong Northern Conference winner, Port City.

Both teams were feeling the effect of the weather early as players looked for anything warm to put on and stay that way. Green was a little tricky for all 24 players, with the cool breeze and a little drizzle making every shot ever harder then normal.

Halekulani trailed early by 10 shots after 17 ends, but then, they looked to have turned the board into there favor with some brilliant conversions by skipper Mark Wheatley and only trailed by 1 shot after 34 ends and it was game on.

Unfortunately for the Halekulani side, Port City found another gear and from then on controlled the match running out winners 66 - 43. Congratulations to Port City.

It was great to see so many spectators from both clubs making the journey to support there team.