Category: Bowling

BIBC British Isles Bowls Council International Series 1993

BIBC British Isles Bowls Council Logo [Adjusted] / Reference: [6]

Final Table

PosTeam
1Banbridge Broncos
2Dublin City Exiles
3Galway Tribesmen
4Dublin City Exiles W
5Dublin City Exiles 2nd XIII
6Cork Bulls
7The Longhorns RL
8South Leinster RLFC
8South Leinster RLFC W
10Galway Tribeswomen
11Athboy Fighting Irish

Recap

Ireland finished third in the British Isles Bowls Council International Series in 1993 after defeating Scotland, but losing to England and Wales.

Bray Bowling Club, Ireland

Lush green Lawn bowling field during sunset / Contributor: Arnold.Petersen / Reference: [7]

[7] Contributor: Arnold.Petersen (2022) Lush green Lawn bowling field during sunset Item ID: 1940446993 [Internet] Available from: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/lush-green-lawn-bowling-field-during-1940446993 [Accessed 19 February 2022]

References

[1] Peter Nicholls (1994) “Bowls – British Isles (outdoor) Championships” Guinness Sports Yearbook 1994. pg. 134. Guinness Publishing Ltd. Enfield, Middlesex, London, England, UK.

Flag References

[2] British Isles Bowls (2013) St_Patricks_saltire-150×150 [Internet] Available from: https://britishislesbowls.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/St_Patricks_saltire-150×150.png [Accessed 19 February 2022]

[3] British Isles Bowls (2013) England_Flag-150×150 [Internet] Available from: https://britishislesbowls.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/England_Flag-150×150.png  [Accessed 19 February 2022]

[4] British Isles Bowls (2013) Scotland_Flag-150×150 [Internet] Available from: https://britishislesbowls.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Scotland_Flag-150×150.png [Accessed 19 February 2022]

[5] British Isles Bowls (2013) Wales_Flag-150×150 [Internet] Available from: https://britishislesbowls.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Wales_Flag-150×150.png  [Accessed 19 February 2022]

[6] British Isles Bowls (2015) BIBC-Logo_Text [Internet] Available from:  https://britishislesbowls.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/BIBC-Logo_Text.png [Accessed 19 February 2022]

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Irish Indoor Bowling Association Inter-Zone Men’s Boomer Cup 2020

Results

WinnersRunners-Up
Preliminary Round
South Tyrone61Lisburn46
Larne64North West63
Mid Ulster53Western42
Mid Antrim69South Down44
Foyle52Belfast41
Monaghan61Mid Tyrone63
Round 1
South Tyrone50Larne49
Mid Ulster60Mid Antrim40
Monaghan52Foyle35
Donegal63East Antrim50
North Down51North Eat49
Mid Down58Meath40
Northern56West Down45
Armagh58Oriel50
Round 2
Mid Ulster51South Tyrone42
Donegal58Monaghan41
North Down47Mid Down39
Armagh61Northern41
Semi-Finals
Donegal68Mid Ulster52
Armagh63North Down44
Final
Donegal57Armagh29
[Reference: 2]

Report

Donegal won their first ever Irish Indoor Bowling Association Inter-Zone Men’s Boomer Cup in 2020 after a 57-29 victory over Armagh in the Final. They had earlier beaten East Antrim 63-50, Monaghan 58-41 and Mid Ulster 68-52 to reach the Final.

Donegal - Irish Indoor Bowling Association Inter-Zone Boomer Cup Champions 2020 [Reference: 4]
Donegal – Irish Indoor Bowling Association Inter-Zone Boomer Cup Champions 2020 [Reference: 4]

References

Logos

[1] Irish Indoor Bowling Association (2020) Tournaments Inter-Zone Men’s Boomer Cup [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 28 December 2020]

Websites

[2] Irish Indoor Bowling Association (2020) Tournaments Inter-Zone Men’s Boomer Cup [Internet] Available from: https://0cc80fa7-3179-496d-98eb-2a2526e43222.filesusr.com/ugd/024943_ec145d86ce9941d59ef515924c677c4f.pdf [Accessed 28 December 2020]

[3] Irish Indoor Bowling Association (2020) Donegal Claim First Boomer Cup Title [Internet] Available from: https://www.iiba.co.uk/post/donegal-claim-first-boomer-cup-title [Accessed 28 December 2020]

Images

[4] Irish Indoor Bowling Association (2020) Donegal Claim First Boomer Cup Title [Internet] Available from: https://static.wixstatic.com/media/a27d24_f2db17209e5b431785ea7411e4cfc7e6~mv2.jpg/v1/fill/w_925,h_694,al_c,q_90,usm_0.66_1.00_0.01/a27d24_f2db17209e5b431785ea7411e4cfc7e6~mv2.webp [Accessed 28 December 2020]

Acknowledgements

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Irish Tenpin Bowling Association 25th Seniors Championship Mixed Doubles Scratch 2020

Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Logo [Reference: 1]

Standings

PosNamesH’capGame 1Game 2Game 3AvgScratch Series
1Elaine Lalor
Paolo di Tofano
31
32
229
169
161
177
199
201
196.33
183.33
589
550
398338403379.671139
2Carol Catchpole
Sean McDonnell
18
18
218
222
193
153
151
181
187.33
185.33
562
556
440346332372.671118
3Kathleen Lyons
Tom Byrne
27
20
179
192
156
214
167
199
167.33
201.67
502
605
371370366369.001107
4Roisin Cloake
Fergal McLaughlin
35
22
158
205
134
212
178
216
156.67
211.00
470
633
363346394367.671103
5Yvonne Randell
Paddy Gibbons
39
48
185
164
201
175
188
178
191.33
172.33
574
517
349376366363.671091
6Theresa Watts
Philip Watts
18
27
168
168
171
178
179
162
172.67
169.33
518
508
336349341342.001026
7Anne Quinn
John R. Wilson
45
34
154
175
156
102
135
191
148.33
189.33
445
568
329258326337.671013
8Pat Holmes
P.J. Shine
31
55
190
142
166
158
149
188
168.33
162.67
505
488
332324337331.00903
9Dymphna Kestell
Paddy Dunne
23
24
149
175
151
149
170
182
156.67
168.67
470
506
324300352325.33976
10Berni Moriarty
Rodney Peacock
22
43
138
134
124
191
152
183
138.00
169.33
414
508
272325335307.33922
11Theresa Whelan
Peter Murphy
45
66
173
145
154
129
164
136
163.67
136.67
491
410
111318283300300.33901
12Margaret McConkey
Liam O’Rafferty
48
58
147
147
150
157
133
166
143.33
156.67
430
470
294307299300.00900
13Ann Cullen
Des Murphy
31
72
162
294
141
132
135
136
146.00
134.00
438
402
396273271280.00840
Irish Tenpin Bowling Association 25th Seniors Championship Mixed Doubles Scratch 2020 [Reference: 2]

Report

Elaine Lalor and Paolo di Tofano won the Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Senior Mixed Doubles Championship in 2020, with a Scratch Series score of 1138 over 3 games. Carol Catchpole and Sean McDonnell finished in second on 1118 and Kathleen Lyons and Tom Byrne in third on 1107.

References

Websites

[1] Irish Tenpin Bowling Association (2020) wpce6627d4_06 [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 22 August 2020]

[2] Irish Tenpin Bowling Association (2020)Seniors Championship Mixed Doubles Scratch [Internet] Available from: http://www.tenpinbowling.ie/ITBA%2025th%20Annual%20National%20Senior%20Championships%202020%20-%20Mixed%20Doubles%20-%20Scratch.pdf [Accessed 22 August 2020]

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Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Grand Prix Scratch Tour Men’s 2019-20

Standings After March 2020 Event

PosNamePin/FallGAvgToursBest 8Total Pts
1Haulie Storan973048202.718240240
2Fergal McLaughlin871543202.677202202
3Tom Byrne851243197.957194194
4Philip Watts914348190.488186186
5Liam Byrne894948186.448168168
6Sean McDonnell751638197.796165165
7Paddy Dunne820743190.867161161
8Nickey O’Malley808743188.077149149
9Paul Stott Snr800943186.267143143
10John R. Wilson876948182.698142142
11Paolo di Tofano789443183.587131131
12Niall Cullen757943176.267107107
13Johan Britz693638182.5369898
14Ken Foley685638180.4269595
15Brian Dagger745743173.4278484
16Des Vella829348172.7788383
17Christy Scully818948170.7688383
18Rodney Peacock812948169.3587777
19Paddy Gibbons810948168.9487474
20Mark Higson442325176.9257272
21Jim Ansbro724243168.4277272
22Joe Ridgeway716443166.6075656
23Paddy Kilduff637638167.7965050
24Ken O’Reilly773448161.1385050
25Tommy Nolan533632166.7554949
26Shay Kelly697043162.0974141
27P.J. Shine752948156.8583131
28Peter Murphy629943146.4972222
29Liam O’Rafferty576138151.6162121
30Jim Donagh477131153.9061919
31Jim Finnerty201912168.2511414
32Tom Brady408027151.1141313
33Kieran Shortt190111172.8221212
34Ronnie Gillam10656177.50177
35Dave English8535170.60177
36Michael Ridgeway146910146.90277
37Des Murphy229315152.87366
38Jim Hancock7545150.81133
Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Grand Prix Scratch Tour Men’s Standings 2019-20 [Reference: 2]

Report

Haulie Storan finished top of the Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Grand Prix Scratch Tour in 2019-20, with 240 Total Points after 8 rounds. The Tour was ended early due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus Epidemic. Ferghal McLaughlin finished second on 202 and Tom Byrne third on 194.

References

Sources

[1] Irish Tenpin Bowling Association (2020) wpce6627d4_06 [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 22 August 2020]

[2] Irish Tenpin Bowling Association (2020)Grand Prix Scratch Standings After March 2020 Event [Internet] Available from: http://www.tenpinbowling.ie/Senior%20Grand%20Prix%20Standings%202019-2020%20Scratch%20v%208.pdf [Accessed 22 August 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Graeme Ryan.

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Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Grand Prix Scratch Tour Ladies 2019-20

Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Logo [Reference: 1]

Standings After March 2020 Event

PosNamePin/FallGAvgToursBest 8Total Pts
1Theresa Watts863148179.818238238
2Berni Moriarty843048175.638228228
3Dymphna Kestell831348173.198197197
4Carol Cathpole705138185.556192192
5Martina Shortt748543174.077190190
6Pat Holmes805048167.718174174
7Elaine Lalor794348165.488172172
8Mary Heffernan781748162.858161161
9Anita Watts640537173.116151151
10Yvonne Randell699745155.498138138
11Ann Cullen692143160.957135135
12Maeve O’Reilly640642152.527114114
13Kathleen Lyons463228165.4349494
14Roisin Cloake454828162.4348282
15Margaret McConkey535137144.6268181
16Ann Quinn415327153.8147070
17Treasa Whelan401827148.8146262
Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Grand Prix Scratch Ladies Standings 2019-20 [Reference: 2]

Report

Theresa Watts finished top of the Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Grand Prix Scratch Ladies Tour Standings with 238 Total Points in 2019-20 after the Tour was cut short due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus epidemic. Berni Moriarty finished second on 228 and Dymphna Kestell third on 197.

References

Sources

[1] Irish Tenpin Bowling Association (2020) wpce6627d4_06 [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 22 August 2020]

[2] Irish Tenpin Bowling Association (2020)Grand Prix Scratch Standings After March 2020 Event [Internet] Available from: http://www.tenpinbowling.ie/Senior%20Grand%20Prix%20Standings%202019-2020%20Scratch%20v%208.pdf [Accessed 22 August 2020]

Acknowledgements

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Northern Ireland Bowling Association Division 1 2016-2018

NIBA Division 1 2016

 PWDLFAPts
Whitehead18160216401164103
Bangor18160216791163102.5
Dundonald1810081409140869
Balmoral189091443135563
Banbridge189091357136562
Donaghadee1810081413143462
Portadown1860121336145754
Divis1860121123145848
Lisnagarvey1870111349149746.5
Dromore1810171140158817

[1]

NIBA Division 1 2017

 PWDLFAPts
Bangor151410140793091
Whitehead151410140798891
Banbridge168171305122557
Portadown158161205116057
Donaghadee157081200116854.5
Balmoral1660101221130443.5
Dungannon155191060128938.5
Divis1540111058128734.5
Dundonald1531111039129734
Carrickfergus1540111024127931

[2]

NIBA Division 1 2018

 PWDLMatchRinkTotal

[3]

References

________________________________________________________

Websites

[1] Northern Ireland Bowling Association (2016) Northern Ireland Bowling association – Past Seasons – 2016 [Internet] Available from: http://nibabowls.co.uk/html/senior1old.html [Accessed 9 August 2017]

[2] Northern Ireland Bowling Association (2016) N. I. B. A. Division 1 – 2017 [Internet] Available from: http://nibabowls.co.uk/html/division_1.html [Accessed 9 August 2017]

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Irish Petanque Association | IPA Triples 2007-2015

Finals 2007-2015

 

Year Winner Runner-Up
2008 David Beck (L)

Jim Ryan (M)

Humberto Tavares (R)

 
2009 John O’Grady (L)

Jack Di Pizzo (M)

Marin Lovisek (R)

 
2010    
2011    
2012 Humberto Tavares (L)

Jacjk Di Pizzo (M)

Pierre Di Pizzo (R)

 
2013    
2014    
2015 Jim Ryan (L)

Martin Ryan (M)

Jackie Broderick (R)

George Davidson

Humberto Tavares

Denis Nightingale

References

___________________________________________________________________________

 

Websites

Irish Petanque Association (2017) Events [2007][2008][2009][2010][2011][2012][2013][2014][2015] [Internet] Available from: http://irishpetanque.org/ [accessed 9 February 2017]

Acknowledgements

 

Thanks to John Sudron & Dervla Mulcahy

 

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Irish Petanque Association | IPA Doubles 2007-2015

Finals 2007-2015

 

Year Winner Runner-Up
2007 Humberto Tavares (L)

George Davidson (R)

Sylver Breteche (L)

Gilles Breteche (R)

2008 Fayaz Sookhary (L)

John O’Grady (R)

 
2009 Fayaz Sookhary (L)

John O’Grady (R)

 
2010    
2011    
2012 Junette Bostrom (L)

Jim Ryan (R)

 
2013    
2014 Gilles Breteche (L)

Sylver Breteche (R)

 
2015    

References

___________________________________________________________________________

 

Websites

Irish Petanque Association (2017) Events [2007][2008][2009][2010][2011][2012][2013][2014][2015] [Internet] Available from: http://irishpetanque.org/ [Accessed 9 February 2017]

Acknowledgements

 

Thanks to John Sudron & Dervla Mulcahy

 

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Petanque Celtic Challenge 2012

Final Placings

 

  P W L PF PA
Scotland 48 31 17 +124  
Ireland A 48 26 22 +32  
Wales 48 25 23 +23  
Ireland B 48 14 34 -179  

 

Report

_________________________________________________________

 

Scotland won for the second year in a row after winning 31 on their matches to Ireland A’s 26 and Wales’ 25. Ireland B finished bottom on 14 wins. The Challenge was closeon Day 1, with Ireland A and scotland on 14 wins apiece and Wales just behind on 13, with Ireland B on 7.

Each team fielded 4 triples, who played a total of 12 matches each. Scotland 1 (Paul Bretenoux, Robbie Stronach, John Wilson) won all twelve of their matches, making them the top triples, although their closest match was against Ireland B3 (Owen Kelleher, Adam Kelleher, ‘Misty’), Scotland 1 winning 13-11.

Ireland’s top triples were A4 (Richard Elvin, Sebastien Stewart, Arshaad Dooreemeah).

 

Players and Awards

_________________________________________________________

 

Top Triples

Team Players W L
Scotland 1 Paul Bretenoux

Robbie Stronach

John Wilson

12 0

 

References

_________________________________________________________

 

Websites

Irish Petanque Association (2017) Events [Celtic Challenge 2012] [Internet] Available from: http://irishpetanque.org/ [Accessed 9 February 2017]

 

Acknowledgements

 

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East Antrim Zone League 1993-1997

EAZ East Antrim League 1993-94

 PWDLFAPts
Mossley161501  96.5
Ballycarry Presbyterian171304  79.5
Ballylumford171106  73.5
Ballyeaston171106  73.0
Kilroot171106  72.0
Ulster Transport171007  69.5
Ballynure Presbyteriian171007  68.5
All Saints17809  60.5
St. Patrick’s16709  59.5
Greenisland WMSC17917  59.5
St. Mary’s177010  54.5
Old Ballyclarians17709  50.5
St. Bernard’s176011  49.5
Mount St. Nicholas176011  46.0
Ballycarry O Presbyterian177010  45.5
Whitehouse WM175012  40.5
Carnmoney Parish174013  33.0
Ballyclare Presbyterian171016  19.0

[1]

EAZ East Antrim League 1994-95

 PWDLFAPts
1st Ballyeaston161303  82.5
Kilroot161303  82
Ballynure Presbyterian161204  76
Mossley BC161006  70.5
All Saints161006  69
Ballycarry Presbyterian161006  65.5
Ballylumford16619  56.5
Ulster Transport16817  56
St. Patrick’s16808  55
GWMSC16709  52
Mt. St. Nicholas16709  50.5
St. Bernard’s166010  45
Ballyclare Presbyterian166010  45
Old Ballyclarians165011  41
Ballycarry OP166010  40.5
Carnmoney Paris165011  36
Whitehouse WMC163013  32

[2]

EAZ East Antrim League 1995-96

 PWDLFAPts

[2]

EAZ East Antrim League 1996-97

 PWDLFAPts
Mossley191405  99
Larne B& L TC191603  99
Carrick BC191603  99
All Saints191308  84.5
Ballylumford191207  79
1st Ballyeaston191108  77.5
Kilroot191207  77
Ulster Transport191009  73
St. Patrick’s191108  70.5
Ballycarry Presbyterian199010  68.5
Ballynure Presbyterian199010  67
Ballycarry OP191009  66.5
Greencastle Methodist197012  59
Old Ballyclarians197012  53.5
St. Bernard’s197012  51.5
Ballyclare Presbyterian197012  51
Mt. St. Nicholas196013  42.5
GWMSC194015  41
WHWC195014  38.5
Carnmoney Parish194015  32.5

[3]

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Playoff Semi-Final   
22.04.1994Larne B&LTC34Carrick BC28
 Playoff Final   
22.04.1994Larne B&LTC34Mossley BC37

[3]

References

________________________________________________________

Sources

[1] Wick (1997) “Mossley retain league title with style” Carrick Times April 21, 1994, pg. 55.

[2] Wick (1995) “Mixed fortunes for Mt. St. Nicholas” Carrick Times April 6, 1995, pg. 57.

[3] Wick (1997) “Mossley win three way play-off to claim indoor bowls title” Carrick Times May 1, 1997, pg. 52.

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