MERRIWA AFA Bowling Club
19, Hughie Edwards Drive,
Merriwa 6030
Phone: 9400 3643

  Our Club membership enjoys:

  Pennant bowling for the serious men and women players

  Plenty of competitive social bowling

  Excellent coaching for newcomers to the sport

  Regular social activities in superb clubhouse facilities


  Wed 17: Ladies Pairs Rd 1 (9.30 - 10.00am)
  Sun 21:  Mixed Fours Rd 1 (12.30 - 1.00pm)
  Wed 24: Ladies 100 Up Final (9.30 - 10am)
  Sun 28:  Mixed Fours Rd 2 (12.30 - 1.00pm)
  Wed 31: Ladies Pairs Rd 2 (9.30 - 10.00am)

  Tuesdays: Open Pairs (1-1.30pm)
  Thursdays: Social bowls 
  Saturdays: Social Bowls 
  Until the new greens are ready, social bowls (Thursday and Saturday) will be 10.00 - 10.30am


DON WILLIAMSON (1923-2018)

Don Williamson (second left) with his fellow crew members of the Lancaster Bomber that came through the Second World War unscathed - click here for Don's obituary or go to 'Sundries Obituaries'.

Digging the dirt at the bowls club
AT LAST! After several weeks delay, work finally got under way on Thursday to rip up A and B greens before being replaced by a synthetic surface.
The company, Evergreen Synthetic Bowling Greens, is considered to be WA's leaders in this field and have recently installed greens at North Beach and Wanneroo.
The work means, of course, that we only have the use of C green.
This development will be the major thrust of President Ian Edgar's goal of recruiting 40 new players in the next 12 months. The figure currently stands at 13, although unfortunately we have lost several good players from last season.
STOP PRESS: B Green could be ready for rolling by October 19.

STORIES previously on the HOME page are now in NEWS

Grand fund raising effort
MEMBERS raised a bumper $1081 on Thursday on the annual Pink Cancer Day, As part of the fun day, the format was 'Irish Bowls', which involved all the bowls being delivered in reverse order with the jack then being sent down. Surprisingly this was not the idea of Belfast born Merriwa president, Ian Edgar, but club stalwart Audrey Patterson. The most important winners were Kaye Gedling and Danny MacFarlane (pictured left) , who were deemed the best turned out.
​Pictured below: Des Jones, looking very fetching in a pink wig, Roberta Creswell and Ian Edgar with the magnificent hamper won by Les Mikowiec.
100 Up semi finals results - click here for men, click here for ladies

 President Ian Edgar's OCTOBER column is now on line
- click here or go to 'Sundries President's Corner'.

PLUS a profile of the president - click here or go to 'Sundries Profiles'

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