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Northumberland Masonic Bowls Association (NMBA)
Bill Summerville Plate
On Sunday 9th Sept 2011, the NMBA played their final match of the bowls season. It was the Bill Summerville Plate, a match between the Craft and the Mark/Chapter Masons. After a very late change of venue, the event took place at Cramlington Bowls Club, for which we thank them for helping out and allowing us to play there at very short notice.
The weather stayed fair but very windy and it turned out to be an excellent match. Two teams of nine players battled it out  and the result was a victory for the Mark/Chapter Team by only 4 shots. The Provincial Grand Master, RW Bro. Peter Magnay was very happy because it was his Team who won.
For any competition, there has to be a winner but for this final match of the season, the result was not really mattered. The fact that everyone enjoyed the day and had fun was the main objective. After the match, everyone retired to The Hind pub were Dave and Susan provided an excellent lunch which ended a memorable and an enjoyable day.
The Organising Committee wishes to thank to all those who turned up and supported the event.
Northumberland Masonic Bowls Association (NMBA)
Bill Summerville Plate

On Sunday 9th Sept 2011, the NMBA played their final match of the bowls season. It was the Bill Summerville Plate, a match between the Craft and the Mark/Chapter Masons. After a very late change of venue, the event took place at Cramlington Bowls Club, for which our Committee thanked them for helping out and allowing this event to take place at very short notice.

The weather stayed fair but very windy and it turned out to be an excellent match. Two teams of nine players battled it out  and the result was a victory for the Mark/Chapter Team by only 4 shots. The Provincial Grand Master, RW Bro. Peter Magnay was very happy because it was his Team that won.

For any competition, there has to be a winner but for this final match of the season, the result did not really matter. The fact that everyone enjoyed the day and had fun was the main objective. After the match, everyone retired to The Hind pub were Dave and Susan provided an excellent lunch which ended a memorable and an enjoyable day.

The Organising Committee wishes to thank to all those who turned up and supported the event.

 

 
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