Important Dates

Tuesday 12 March 2019


(l/r) Toukley District’s ageless pair Percival Trapman (91) & Bert Tilley (92)
“A Great Day,” “A Fun Day,” “Bowls should be like this every day” were just a few of the lighthearted comments made by those mature age bowlers that attended the Bowls Central Coast Veteran & Super Vets Day held at three different venues across the Coast on Monday 11th March 2019.
Everglades played host to 54 bowlers from southern and peninsula based clubs with Ourimbah’s John Tatham taking out the honour of being the oldest in attendance at 91 ¼ years. Mingara’s Ken Martin at 91 was the most senior of the 46 bowlers in attendance at Terrigal BC. The biggest attendance of 60 bowlers was hosted by Toukley District BC on behalf of the northern clubs. Toukley District’s Percival Trapman (91) and Bert Tilley (92) were the oldest attendees.
 It was a free day for all those that attended including a light luncheon, a friendly game of bowls and lucky rink prizes. Vets and Super Vets badges were presented on behalf of Bowls NSW to those that had not previously received their badge.
The day was sponsored by Creighton Funeral Service in conjunction with the host Clubs and a special vote of thanks was extended to Creightons for their ongoing support of lawn bowls on the Central Coast.
A great day was enjoyed at Toukley District BC
Spritely John Tatham from Ourimbah with BCC Director Jeff Thompson
A Happy Group at Everglades BC
Mingara’s Ken Martin at 91 still enjoys his bowls
A relaxed afternoon at Terrigal BC