East Lothian 11/4

Bowling Clubs throughout the County have been provided with the following information while they are closed due to the COVID-19 restrictions which is also applicable to members.

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East Lothian 27/3

With confirmation last week that the Indoor Bowling Season has been curtailed due to the Government advice in relation to the Coronavirus. 

In addition to the closure of the Indoor Bowling Club the East Lothian Bowling Association have made the following statement:

Many of you will be aware that, following advice from the UK and Scottish Governments, Bowls Scotland has announced the cancellation of all of this year’s National and International competitions. The same decision has been announced by the Scottish Inter Counties Top Ten Association. Competitions scheduled for later in the season such as the Top Five, Under 25’s Calder Cup, and the Matt Purdie Trophy have not been cancelled yet, but remain in doubt.

East Lothian Bowling Association Committee met with the County’s Bowls Development Officer and East Lothian Indoor Bowling Club’s Match Secretary to consider these announcements and the most up to date Government advice.

Unfortunately we have no alternative but to suspend all ELBA competitions until further notice. We will, of course, monitor all developments and review this decision in May or earlier if there are any significant changes. 

We will also be returning all capitation fees and competition entry fees. All clubs have been e-mailed in relation to this.  As soon as Public Health advice indicates it is safe for us to consider running any competitions we will be in touch.  In the meantime we would strongly recommend that you follow the most up to date advice to keep yourselves, your members and your communities as safe as possible. Unfortunately, we believe, this will require you to keep your premises and greens closed for the foreseeable future.  Many of you will be concerned at how this will affect your club’s finances. Bowls Scotland suggests that members should be asked for their fees despite greens remaining closed. They will also be providing updated advice for clubs.  An update will be sent by the association to all clubs in May, until then please stay safe and urge all members to stick to the most up to date advice. We hope to see you all soon.  

East Lothian 20/3

As many of you will now know the Indoor Bowling Season has now been curtailed due to the current issues and Government advice in relation to the Coronavirus.  Members are asked to follow the clubs Facebook and web page for updates on decisions which will be made in relation to the leagues which are incomplete while all Scottish ties will be carried forward to next season.  Also cancelled is this season’s Jock Brodie tournament while the Scottish Finals and Seniors and Gents Scottish Cups which we have teams in the Final and Semi-Finals of will also be completed next season.

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East Lothian 13/2

The Garden County Auld Yins had a great result last Wednesday when they defeated Cumbernauld to progress to the final of the Scottish Seniors Knockout Cup at Lanarkshire.

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East Lothian 6/2

Junior Internationalist Dean Riva was in Scottish Finals action last Saturday at Abbeyview as he aimed to capture the Scottish Under 21 singles title.

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East Lothian 28/2

Junior Internationalist Dean Riva is in Scottish Finals action this Saturday at Abbeyview as he aims to capture the Scottish Under 21 singles title.  Dean faces Aaron Craig from Alloa in the semi-final this Saturday morning with the final taking place in the afternoon should Dean be successful.

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