Heaton Hall Bowling Club

                             Flat Green Bowling in Manchester.

English Deaf Bowls Association Team 2017.

Two members from Heaton Hall Bowling Club have just played in the 'Four Nations British Deaf Bowls Championship' at Suttons Bowling Club, Reading. Angela Spencer (Skip) and Keris Sheridan (Second)  we're selected after trials last year at Woodley Bowling Club, Reading. The Ladies started off strong with a great win against Northern Ireland. The second match saw a very strong Scotland team win through but not to be perturbed, the ladies had a fantastic win against the Welsh team.  The ladies came Second with Scotland the Championship winners by just one point. 

Well Done Ladies. You are Great Club Ambassadors!

Short Mat Bowling            Starting 18th January 2017 at 11am.

Heaton Hall Bowling Club will be starting a new Short Mat Bowling session to be held on a Wednesday Morning from 11 am. For those who have never heard of it, Short Mat bowling is played on a roll out carpet measuring 40 ft to 45 ft in length by 6 ft wide. The idea is still to get as close as you can to the Jack but its not just that easy. In the center of the Carpet is a wooden block which your bowl must avoid touching. you also have a Live area that your bowl must stop within. 

Northern County Triples Winners 2016.

David Lockhart, Chris Gale (Skip) and Ian Mayne have won the Northern Counties Triples Trophy for the 2016 season. They played against a tough Yorkshire side. Well Done Lads!

Open Day 2016.

Bowls Lancashire Hon President Mr Barrie Kitson delivering the first bowl of the season and with HHBC Hon President Mr David Rossiter opened the greens for the 2016 season. 

Good Bowling Everyone!

Blaini Bowls Club Tour.

Heaton Hall Bowling Club was pleased to welcome a tour from Blaini Bowls Club, South Wales on June 3rd 2016. The sun was shining and everyone had a great time. Lots of friendly banter, jokes and the odd game of bowls was played. Well Done to the Blaini Team for winning overall. The day was finished with a traditional Welsh Male Choir singing a few traditional songs. Below are a few images from the day. Thank you to everyone at the club who helped with the day.