Presidents Day 2019

Friday 13th, perhaps an apt day(!), saw the Annual Presidents Day competition.

A very jovial evening where teams skipped by men competed against teams skipped by ladies – and the Ladies had not won the trophy for 7 years!

However, this year their long wait was avenged and the Ladies snuck it 106-96.

Bowls Jersey President thanked all those present for their continued contributions to their own Club infrastructure, and re-iterated his thanks to his own Committee who have supported the programme or moderate modernisation and change. He also gave a brief update of some Bowls Jersey initiatives.

“The Wooden Spoon” – presented to the skips of the Bowls Jersey Rink and St Saviours rinks for dropping a “considerably” high count in one end.

The Ladies rink with the highest winning shot difference – Post Office Ladies

The highest shot difference winning Men’s rink, the JBC – we are aware Marcus’ face has since returned to normal 😉

Bowls Jersey Vice President collecting the trophy on behalf of the Ladies.


From Bowls Jersey to everyone who:

  • Umpired
  • Marked
  • Worked in the Kitchen
  • Worked in the Bar
  • Set the green up
  • Closed the green down
  • And importantly spectated, cheered, made some noise and came to watch!!

A big thanks to St Saviours for a stellar job of hosting our Touchstone National Finals weekend!

Congratulations to all 2019 Champions, commiserations to the Runners Up. Everyone has done themselves, their clubs and the Island very proud over the weekend.

Presentation Lunch (for trophies and wads of cash!!!) at 12.30pm on Sunday 29th September at the Sun Bowls Club – sign up sheets on your club boards!

Full results will be published later this evening.


Please find below a final schedule for the Touchstone National Finals to be held at St Saviours Bowls Club this weekend.

Bowls Jersey wishes the very best of luck to all competitors, and wishes to thank the host Club St. Saviours for its many preparations already made.

To the markers and umpires, we also extend our very greatest thanks and hope as many spectators as possible come to support their club-mates and friends on their quest for coveted National Titles.


Members please take note the Rota that was published yesterday will be finalised tomorrow (Wednesday 28th August) at 6pm.

Any adjustments to the playing rota after this time WILL NOT be possible.

If you have any issues, please email ASAP to allow the relevant people enough time to address them.

Thank you in advance, and look forward to seeing you all at St Saviours Bowls Club this weekend.

Greg Davis – President Bowls Jersey

Men’s British Isles Championships


Ross Davis and Malcolm De Sousa have toppled Ireland in the Men’s British Isles Pairs Final and are now Champions, congratulations lads enjoy your success.

Earlier in the Day, Thomas Greechan, Mike Videgrain and Graham Thomas fell to Wales in The Men’s British Isles Triples Final, Commiserations to them a fantastic effort.

Men’s British Isles Update

Men’s British Isles Results:

A mixed bag against our near neighbours

Men’s Fours Prelim:

Jersey 18-21 Guernsey

Men’s Pairs Prelim:

Jersey 18-15 Guernsey

The pairs move to play Scotland in the semi finals tomorrow.

Singles, U25 Singles, Triples and Senior Fours will start their campaigns tomorrow as well.

Follow live scoring at the below:

2018 (Played 2019)

BIBC Gets Underway


The BIBC in Ayr gets underway today with the 2018 Champions battling it out for the British Isles Honours.

U25 Singles: Jared Brown

Singles: Ross Davis

Pairs: Malcolm De Sousa, Ross Davis

Triples: Thomas Greechan, Mike Videgrain, Graham Thomas

Fours: Alan Quemard, Cyril Renouf, Alan Shaw, Derek Boswell

Senior Fours: Mervyn Richardson, Peter Le Long, Brian Bisson, Mick Baudin

Good luck to all Jersey representatives!