Men’s Events

Men’s Pairs Championships

An amazing weekend of bowls for Jurien, starting with the completions of the home and away games of pennants where the Jurien teams finished first and second on the ladder, and then the Pairs Championships.

The pairs event had the closest finish possible with the winning team of Don Patton and Richard Malek narrowly beating Brian Chambers and Harry King. The winners had an aggregate of +6 and a percentage of 109.83 and the runners up also had an aggregate of +6 and a percentage of 109.52. Wow!

Congratulations to the winners and to all the teams who made the event so successful.


Men’s Singles Championships

A fantastic weekend of bowls for the Men’s singles championships. Congratulations to Brian Emery who defeated Glen Beck in the final to be a convincing winner 25-10. A great effort by Brian
Ian Davies won the plate by defeating Brian Eather in a very close and hard fought game 21-20. Ian came back from being down at one stage 15-2 and won the game with a drive on the last end with the score on 20 all.

Central West Coast Bowling League Pairs

The Central West Coast Bowling League Pairs was held at Badgingarra on Sunday 17th February.

There were 14 pairs who entered in the competition from the league and the overall winners were Mick Fox and Ricky Allen from Dandaragan.  The runners up were our local pair Brian Chambers and Alfie Carlton


Men’s Inter Zone Round Robin

The Inter Zone Round Robin was held at Emu Point in Albany on the weekend of 2-3 January 2019.  Although played under extremely difficult conditions where players had to counter cold, wind and rain, the standard of bowls was very high.

The Northern Zone was represented with 5 players from the Central West Coast Bowling League – Mick Fox, Don Patton, Alan Carlton, Glen Beck and Brian Eather.

The South Western Zone ran out winners just ahead of the Eastern Zone.  Third was Southern Zone and fourth Northern Zone.


Jurien Men’s Open Fours

A very successful Open Fours weekend was held on 19-20 January 2018.  We had a full field of 112 bowlers from 28 different towns and the competitiveness and sportsmanship of all players made it a memorable weekend.  Captain Richard Allen did a tremendous job of organising the event on the day and the many volunteers ensured that there were no hiccups over the weekend.

The event was won by Alfie Carlton and the Beacon Boys.