Come And Join The Club
Why not give Bowls a Try?
We, at Iford Bridge Bowls Club are always looking for people who would like to give the game a try. We have an OPEN DAY on Sunday 28th April from 10am to 3pm or Come Along any Wednesday Afternoon at 1.45pm or any Friday Evening at 5.30pm The first 4 sessions are FREE and then we offer reduced membership fees for new members. No equipment is needed while you see if you like it. It's a great way to meet new friends, have fun and keep fit.
For more Information Call 07849 676455
CHRISTMAS 2018 At Iford Bridge
Christmas Dinner at Bates Restaurant
- Thank You to Colin Mapstone, Mike English and especially to Colin's son Andy for building a new storage shed for the Club.
And Who Pinched the Last Cake?
WANT TO KEEP FIT?
WANT TO HAVE FUN?
WANT TO TRY SOMETHING NEW?
THEN WHY NOT MAKE 2019 THE YEAR YOU TRY BOWLS.
We at Iford Bridge Bowls Club are always looking for an opportunity to show people how much fun playing bowls can be and how much we enjoy welcoming NEW Members to our Club. So whether you are young or old or somewhere in between, lady or man why not Come and Meet Us So why not pop in and see what Iford Bridge Bowls Club has to offer. There is no obligation whatsoever so why not come and enjoy a tea or coffee. Call us on 07849 676455 We'd love to meet you.
Iford Bridge v Rotherfield
Iford Bridge played their final Friendly Match of the season against Rotherfield B. C. from East Sussex. Iford came out on top in a close game, winning 108 to 105. It was a very pleasant afternoon with our guests.
to Doris Mulcock, Mike English, Robert McMillan and Mike Cooper for winning the Jon Egging Memorial Trophy.
Christchurch Times Trophy
Iford Bridge played the second leg of their Christchurch Times Trophy Game against Highcliffe on Saturday and despite starting the day 8 points ahead Iford went down by 3 points and the trophy went to our opponents.
CLUB FINALS DAY
Congratulations To All Our Champions
In spite of the rain everyone enjoyed President's Day. A fun game of bowls with random jacks was followed by a delicious tea. Well over £100 was raised for our President, Mick McGing's Charity, Motor Neurone Disease.
WELL DONE to Dave, Robert, Mike and Colin on winning the Mayor's Trophy for Iford Bridge. Well Done Fellas!
Iford Bridge retained the GillyFord Shield when they beat Gillingham 56 - 25 on Sunday 29th July.
The match was only played over 12 ends due to the constant rain but nevertheless both teams enjoyed the match and the lovely tea that was provided afterwards. We look forward to visiting Gillingham next year to try to retain the Trophy.
TOP CLUB TROPHY
Iford Bridge went down 1-4 in the Top Club Trophy away to Moordown. Well done to Doris Mulcock for winning the Ladies Singles and hard luck to Margaret Crisp and Joe Spicer who lost narrowly 21-22 in a tense and thrilling Pairs Match.
CHRISTCHURCH TIMES TROPHY
Saturday 21st April Iford Bridge travelled to Highcliff to play the 1st Leg of this season's Christchurch Times Trophy. Iford came away with slender 111 to 103 lead to take into the 2nd Leg at Iford in September. It was a lovely afternoon and the game was played in a very friendly spirit. We are grateful to Highcliff for hosting the game and for their wonderful hospitality.