Back in Time.

Lots of Years Ago.
31  – 1 – 1903
Opening ceremony of the newly established St. Albans Bowling, Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. There was an eight rink bowling green which was not to open until the next season. There were three asphalt tennis courts and one croquet lawn in splendid condition.

There were 120 members.
A band was engaged for opening day.
Club colours were maroon with white stripes.

Three Years Ago.
26 – 1 – 19
The women’s double triples was rescheduled to Saturday because of the high temperatures, 30+, on Wednesday

v Bowls Hornby     L. Brown  18 – 12     P. Rowley  31 – 7

28 – 1 – 19

A sea of blue and yellow.

     6 Titles!!     

Finals Weekend. Sunday Action at Parklands.
Women’s pairs Congratulations to Mary Anne Johnstone and Joyce McKinnel who won the women’s pairs 21 – 5 against Burnside’s Tayla Bruce.

Women’s triples final. Congratulations to C. Kibblewhite  F. Frew  and Th. Woodham for defeating Burnside in the woman’s triples.
Congratulations to John Mears, Don Baker and Bruce Humphreys for winning the Over 60 pairs against Halswell 18 – 4.
Congratulations to Bruce Humphreys who played really well to beat Phil Austen of Halswell 21 – 15
Congratulations to Rodney Greaney, Stephen Ditfort and Ian Rule for winning the men’s triples title.
Congratulations to Paul McKinnel and Pam Phair for beating club members Bev Morel and Jason Dunn 10 – 7.

Special mention too for the men’s 3/4s who were defeated by Burnside. Burnside won 18-16, 19-15, 16-18, thus winning aggregate 53 – 49. A close tussle.