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Erdington Court Bowls Club was able to top off the indoor season by announcing their 10th local sponsor - Enoch Evans LLP confirmed that they would be joining other local businesses who have shown their sport for this growing Club in recent years.
Reiss Matthews, Partner and Solicitor at Enoch Evans LLP said:
"Supporting the local communities surrounding our offices and working with clubs that are important to the Region is part of the personal approach of Enoch Evans LLP. We are delighted to be working in association with Erdington Court Bowls Club - having grown the firm's footprint from our headquarters in Walsall to a branch in Sutton Coldfield in 2018. I speak for the whole team when I say it is a pleasure to be backing such a great local club."
Ray Woods Marketing Officer for the club added,
"We could not survive and grow as a Club without our sponsors. They are all locally based and actively involved with our members. We are delighted to welcome the support of Enoch Evans LLP as we move into another year of outside competition. The Company will also be offering legal services to members. New members are always welcome to join us!"
Pictured with Club Members are L2R: Reiss Matthews and Steve Nixon of Enoch Evans LLP.
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New Member Wins New Boxing Day Trophy
At a time when most were recovering from Christmas Day, a new member of Erdington Court Bowls Club walked away with the honours - in a traditional competition that has been taking place for over 40 years!
Dave Wright from Minworth fought off all - comers in the Club's Jarrod Morgan Boxing Day morning competition, to claim the brand new trophy provided by the sponsors. The competition took over 2 hours and involved over 20 experienced and novice players - both men and women. The junior winner was Oliver Bathurst and Sandra Newey won the novices/ non bowlers trophy
Club Marketing Officer Ray Woods said,
"It was a great achievement for Dave who joined from another Club only about a week before.The competition has been organised by the Robinson family for over 40 years and this year, was sponsored for the first time by Jarrod Morgan Financial Planning of Lichfield. The mulled wine and food provided by the Robinsons went down a treat ! CHS Healthcare another sponsor kindly provided pens for the event. We are grateful to everyone involved."
Erdington Court welcomes new members of all abilities and offers free coaching. The Club can be contacted on 07967 686230 and you can view their web site at www.erdingtoncourtbowlsclub.co.uk and follow them on Facebook:Erdington Court Bowls Club and on Twitter@bowlsflat.
|Posted by Ray Woods/Peter Yates on December 15, 2019 at 3:50 PM||comments (0)|
Not only did 'Strictly' reach a climactic final on Saturday, but Erdington Court's 3 week competition organised by Peter and Terry Yates from Sutton Coldfield also produced 4 winners!
The 'Road To Santa' sponsored by Star Cars and Coaches of the Yenton - who have more than 250 private hire drivers, involved over 30 Court Club players, with Star donating a large number of prizes.
The Cup for the winners was presented by Garry Kilday Marketing Manager for Star and colleague Zomir Miah - one of their drivers.
Meanwhile a Court 4 man squad played mid week for the Warwickshire County President Paul Brown against Birmingham Indoor Bowls Club - and were one of only two winning rinks. The squad consisted of Tom Collier - Sutton Coldfield on his first outing for Warks, Alan Bowen - Aldridge, Ray Woods - Pype Hayes and skip Neil Ballinger from New Oscott.
Erdington Court welcomes new members of all abilities and offers free coaching. The Club can be contacted on 07967 686230. You can also visit their web site at www.erdingtoncourtbowlsclub.org.uk and follow them on Facebook at Erdington Court Bowls Club and on Twitter@bowlsflat.
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Erdington Court is one of a handful of Clubs in the Midlands with a full size indoor arena - making bowls an all round the year affair, with a membership close to 250.
The Club has a close working relationship with local sponsors. This week saw the start of the 3 week 'Road to Santa' sponsored by Star Cars of the Yenton.- and featuring over 30 both men and women players and 8 -10 hours of competitive bowls.
Boxing Day also sees the annual morning outdoor fun fixture sponsored by Jarrod Morgan Financial Planning of Lichfield.
Those close links with sponsors also incorporate a series of talks and visits. this week saw Annalisa Fear of Sutton Coldfield based CHS Healthcare answering questions about the free services they offer to source home care and care homes for loved ones.
Marketing Officer Ray Woods said, "The success of our Club is built on offering good quality facilities to play bowls at all levels in a friendly atmosphere the whole year round - and the support of our local sponsors underpins everything we do, including access to specialist and trusted services for members. We want to see local businesses thriving."
In January, the Club begins 3 months of Club Championships for members.
Erdington Court welcomes new members of all abilities and offers free coaching courses. The Club can be contacted on 07967 686230.
You can also view their web site at www.erdingtoncourtbowlsclub.org.uk and follow them om Facebook at Erdington Court Bowls Club and on Twitter@bowlsflat.
Pictures: Players ready for Round 1 of the Star Cars Road to Santa. Rob Robinson Club Chair with right, Annalisa Fear of CHS Healthcare assisted by young player Imogen Francis of Erdington.
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Once again, Erdington Court's 6 all weather rinks were completely full at the weekend.
This time it was 'Captains' Day' - marking the end of the outdoor season before the Club moves indoors.
A mixture of 48 Club men and women took to the greens. This season marked another innovation at the Club - with not just 1, but 3 Captains taking charge!
Ray Woods, a spokesman for the Club said,"To be Captain for the whole of the season is a very onerous task as we play so many matches. As part of our Club development programme, it was decided to split the job - and it has been such a success that it is being repeated during the indoor season. The 3 Captains were David Ballantyne, Peter Yates and Roy Webster - all from Sutton Coldfield."
The Club has also announced that it has a new sponsor - Davenport Family Research, who take the slog out of tracing your ancestors by doing it for you! The Club currently has 9 local sponsor companies and is expected to announce further investment in facilities shortly.
Applications for indoor membership are now being accepted. You can call 07967 686230 or visit the Club's web site at www.erdingtoncourtbowlsclub.org.uk and follow them on Facebook: Erdington Court Bowls Club - and on Twitter: @bowlsflat.
|Posted by Ray Woods/Peter Yates on September 22, 2019 at 8:35 AM||comments (0)|
Against a backdrop of blue skies, over 35 competitors and a capacity crowd - drawn from across the Birmingham area, descended on the 6 all weather rinks at Erdington Court. It was the finals of the fiercely fought men's Birmingham Bowling Association (BBA) and Birmingham Women's District Bowling Association competitions (BDWBA). In all, it featured 17 games.
Saturday began with the Court men again winning the prestigious Walker Trophy, beating Kings Heath. The match consisted of fours, triples, pairs and singles contests.
Sunday included the Court's Mark Ireland from Hodge Hill playing over 6 hours of bowls in 3 matches. It ended with him beating George Morris of Kings Heath to claim the Champion of Champion's Trophy. Mark began this match less than 15 minutes after narrowly beating Court colleague Allen Onion from Sutton Coldfield in a a thrilling 32 end singles contest lasting nearly 3 hours !
Earlier in the men's pairs it had been Court vs Court - with Richard Brittan from Staffs and Mark Ireland beating fellow members Gary Smith and Antony Gould, both from Sutton Coldfield.
On the previous day, Mark had been part of the Court's victorious Walker Cup squad and also part of w inning triples team alongside Rob Robinson and Allen Onion from Sutton Coldfield who beat Sherwood Park convincingly 23:11.
In other notable results, Simon Packwood, James Finch, Paul Finch and Dan Jones from Kings Heath won the Men's Fours beating Solihull Municipal 21;13.
Ladies superstar Mo Tuckett from Solihull Municipal featured in no less than 5 of the 7 ladies finals. With partner, Doug Bott they beat Gill Maund and Malcolm Evans of Sherwood Park in the mixed pairs by the narrowest of margins 19:18. She also went on to win the Ladies unbadged singles and the Ladies 4 wood singles. She was also a member of the winning triples side.
The week end was supported by Club sponsors, Johnsons Skoda of Erdington and was held at their Bowling Green Close ground to honour this year's President of the BDWBA, Pat Court from Wylde Green.
Below pictured are the triumphant Erdington Court Walker Cup team led by Rob Robinson with Mark Ireland rear 2nd from right.
Full results and pictures will appear on the Court's web site at www.erdingtoncourtbowlsclub.org.uk.
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Delighted that Boldmere Glass have renewed their sponsorship for another year. Members have had replacement UPVC units and glass furniture tops from them and are delighted with the results.
They also fitted new double glazed units to the Club house in recent years.
Thanks to all our sponsors.