The North Yorkshire Bowls League
Formed in 1936
Guisborough Priory B.C.
Saturday 11 July
at Guisborough Priory B.C.
Officials elected at the 2014 AGM.
President: Eric Smith (Guisborough Priory)
Senior Vice -
Chairman: Les Oakley (King George V)
Secretary: Malcolm J. McNulty (Hutton Rudby)
Treasurer: Stuart H. Forrest (Middlesbrough)
Mick Fulbrook (Great Ayton)
Brian Hannaford (Middlesbrough)
Fred Williams (Marske)
Adrian Ward (Middlesbrough)
Dave Wood (Skelton)
Bill Vivers (Northallerton)
John Selley (Borough Park)
Rules and Constitution
Updated at the 2014 A.G.M.
Etiquette on the bowling green
A guide for new -
Dates are fixed but can be played early by mutual consent, if not, they must be played on the dates stated.
Results should be emailed/phoned in to Bill Vivers, no later than midnight, on or before the competition date.
Failure to do so may result in elimination from the competition
The Team Tournament rounds begin on Monday 27 July.
The semi finals (at Borough Park) and final (at Guisborough Priory) will be held on Saturday 15 August.
Full details via the links above.
A brief history of the League
The league was formed in 1936 when representatives from Guisborough, Nunthorpe, Redcar Borough Park, Redcar Zetland Park and Saltburn met in the Bowling Pavilion at Saltburn on Monday 6th April.
Mr. Albert Million of Borough Park was elected Chairman, and Mr. Fred Longstaff of Saltburn was elected Secretary, of this meeting of Clubs interested in a Bowls League using the rules of the English Bowling Association.
The Chairman proposed a motion :-
This motion was carried.
The following Officers were appointed:
President: Mr Albert Million (Borough Park)
Vice President: Mr Herbert Frankland (Nunthorpe)
Treasurer: Mr Marwood Smith (Saltburn)
Secretary: Mr. Fred Longstaff (Saltburn)
These officers, along with 2 members of each Club in the League were to form a league committee.
League matches were to start on the week commencing 9 May.
Saltburn B.C. was chosen as the League H.Q.
Sadly Zetland Park has gone, but the League goes on.
Thanks A. Million!
When the English Bowling Association merged with the English Women’s Bowling Association to become Bowls England, the league changed its name to the North Yorkshire Bowls League