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2022 Season.

2022 season Epping Bowls Club wrapped up a busy and successful season with the annual President’s Day competition, followed by a bring and share tea. It bought together 40 members who took part in a competition, filling all the rinks, and raised £150 for a cancer charity. Fundraising also topped the bill a few weeks earlier, at the club’s annual Target Bowls event in aid of Essex & Herts Air Ambulance charity, sponsored by local company Millers Estate Agents. Members played in the evening to raise funds for the event, which has been running for many years. The outdoor bowls green was set up with targets which players had to land on or get through to win points, including a specially made miniature helicopter. The total raised for the charity was £330 and everyone celebrated with a glass of fizz. The winner received a trophy donated by Edward Panter’s family. Edward, who organised the event for years, passed away last November. It was managed this year by Matthew Jones. The result could not have been closer with Daniel Wackett and new member Derek Burt each with 90 points. After countback, the win went to Daniel but it was decided to share the trophy. The club celebrated a successful match programme and internal competitions featured over a finals weekend with new names on many of the trophies Epping bowls club were at the Epping show again this year and the Mayor of Epping decided to show us how it should be done! We also hosted Epping St John School children on 2 Mondays in July to 'have a go' at bowls, a particularly well attended event.

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