WCGBA Ladies Merit 2017
Played at Abergele Bowling Club on Sunday 28th May
Gay Cooper (Connah’s Quay) wins this year’s Ladies Merit.
Gay beat last year’s winner Kelsey Morgan Rowlands (Esclusham) in the final.
Losing semi finalists were Sue Dace (Eirias Park) and Miriam Forder (Rhos Park)
Latest grants / funding information
Linda Williams (Hawkesbury) wins this year’s Waterloo for the 3rd year running.
Country Garden Roses
The British Crown Green Ladies Bowling Association is very fortunate to have received sponsorship from Country Garden Roses over the past few years.
They are delighted to inform you that all bowlers will now receive a 15% discount on all orders placed via the Country Garden Roses Website. To claim your discount all you need to do is type the code BCGLBA into the discount code box at checkout and the 15% discount will be automatically applied. Please use the code for any purchase and any amount of purchases.
If you have not done so already the website is really worth a look
especially if you are struggling to think of a last-
Andy Jones (Chairman) Hawkesbury BC
In December 2016, Andy received the devastating news that he had a cancerous and aggressive brain tumour, a Glioblastoma Multiforme, the most common high grade primary brain tumour in adults.
Having undergone brain surgery, six weeks of radiotherapy and six months of the "gold standard" chemotherapy, his tumour, unfortunately showed subtle signs of progression. Since then, Andy has switched to a different chemotherapy but the tumour has continued to grow.
Whilst the NHS have been nothing but amazing, the treatment offered just isn't working so now he needs to consider therapies and drugs that are available privately.
Andy is having his third surgery on 29th December to remove as much of the tumour as his neuro surgeon can physically see and then he will need to hit it using treatment and therapy which is not available on the NHS but has been recommended via a second opinion.
The highest costing treatment is "Optune Therapy" which will involve Andy wearing 4 adhesive patches on his head for upto 22 hours a day to deliver therapy direct to the tumour area. This is a costly treatment and will also require monthly visits to London for maintenance, MRI's etc. Whilst it is not curative, we hope it will keep him here a lot longer.
If you would like to donate to help Andy, follow the link below.
In the event that Andy can't use the money raised, it will be donated to The Brain Tumour Charity for their essential research.