Eccles and District Bowling League

Honours Board

                                                                                           OFFICIALS 2015

                                                                         President                          Chris Massey

                                                                         Chairman                           Bob Berry

                                                                         Hon. Sec.                          Sue Berry

                                                                         Treasurer                          Stewart Owen

                                                                         Fixtures Sec.                     Nev Hesketh

                                                                         Comp. Events Sec.            Ian Blythe   

Les Parkes 5 a Side Competition

Bowler of Year

Cary & Fletcher Cups


Hiley Cup Winner

Trippier Trophy

League Cups

Pairs Competition

Joe Niven Trophy

Les Parkes 5 a Side Rules

Competitions 2018

Executive Meetings

Les Parkes 5 a Side Competition


Brackley 'A' winners of the competition beating Moorlands'A' 100 to 96.

The losing semi finalists were Chandos who lost to Brackley 81 to 111 &

Winton Park 'A' who lost to Moorlands 96 to 111

(Wednesday 29 September 2021)

Bowler of Year

Congratulations to Graham Harrison of Prestwich B C who defeated David Pettigrew Boothstown 21-16 in the final.

Losing semi finalists Ian Ramsbottom Borough Social and Chris Massey Brackley Cons.

Quarter final P Davies, G Ashworth,  T Mainwaring, J Shone 

Thanks to Ellesmere Bowling Club 

(Thursday 13 September 2018)

Cary & Fletcher Cups


Winton Social 'A' Winners of the Cary Cup, beating Boothstown 200/198

(The President, I am sure, is unbiased. Just a bad choice of shirt.)



Moorlands Winners of the Fletcher Cup, beating Brackley 'B' 200/155

(Tuesday 28 August 2018)


  Presentation day  SATURDAY 22nd September 2018 at Winton Social  11.00am.

Best verses the rest folllowed by Presentation and buffet.


(Wednesday 15 August 2018)

Hiley Cup Winner


The Final of the Hiley Cup was contested by our President Chris Massey and Mark Worrell both Brackley players.

Mark played well getting to the final off scratch but Chris played well in the final winning 21-8 losing semi final Ian Ramsbottom(Brackley) and Phil Pickford jnr Irlam Steel. Thanks to Moorlands for holding the final.

(Wednesday 15 August 2018)

Trippier Trophy


Final  Sunday 15th. at Barrfield  


The winner Mark Worrall with John Grace

Mark beat John  in the final to 13.

In the semi's Mark beat Tom Mainwaring to 13 & John beat Bill Murphy to 10.

In the quarter finals Mark beat Ryan Porter to 16, John beat Craig Bishop to 16, Bill beat Alan Tomlinson to 11 & Tom beat Phil Pickford to 15.


(Monday 16 July 2018)

League Cups

Handicaps have now been determind, based on league position at 11/6/2018 and are shown on individual competitions.

(Wednesday 13 June 2018)

Pairs Competition


The competition was won by Gary Barnett & Tom Downie, for the second year in succession, beating Noel Grant & David Helm in the final 21/19.

The semi finalists were John Grace & Curtis Mellor, beaten to 19 by Noel & David and Tom Mainwaring & Ken Wickham beaten to 15 by the winners.

The quarter finalists were Syd Willison & Ryan Porter beaten by John & Curtis to 7, Clive Fenn & John Greenwood beaten by Noel & David to 13, Jack Kelly & Stuart Metcalf beaten by the winners to 10 and Mark Worrall & Brian Johnson beaten by Tom & Ken to13.

(Monday 21 May 2018)

Joe Niven Trophy


The Trophy was won by Mark Worrall who beat Bob Berry in the final to 12.

The losing semi finalists were Tom Mainwaring beaten by Mark to 17 & Terry Greenhalgh beaten by Bob to 10.

The losing quarter finalist were Paul Harrison beaten by Terry to 13, Graham Wallsworth beaten by Bob to 11, Jack Kelly beaten by Tom to 13 & Stuart Metcalf beaten by Mark to 6.

(Friday 04 May 2018)

Les Parkes 5 a Side Rules


All matches start at 6.30 p.m. (No practice)

All games 21 up

Teams handicapped on seasons league placing

First & Second rounds Five blocks on all greens. Three from one match two from the other.   Subsequnt rounds minimum of Three blocks.

Toss for Jack.  Winner has block for games 1, 3 & 5

Result of match detirmined by aggregate score. In case of a tie, team with most winners.

All players must have played at least one league match in the season.

Starred players can only play for the 'A' team

No player having played for a team can play for another team in a later game.

Any team entering an ineligible player will forfeit that game 21 - 0


(Wednesday 16 August 2017)

Competitions 2018

League Cups (Cary & Fletcher Cups)

  See 'Tables'.   

Joe Niven

   Qualifying Monday 7th. May at Ellesmere. Height, Barrfield & Moorlands.  6.30 p.m.

   Final Friday 11th.May at Chandos.  6.30 p.m.


   Qualifiers Monday 28th. May at Borough, Boothstown, Winton Park & Parr Fold. 6.30 p.m.

   Final Friday 1st. June. at Monton. 6.30 p.m.


   Qualifiers Monday 9th. July at Moorlands, Brackley, Pendleton & Winton Social No.1.  6.30 p.m.

   Final Friday 13th. July at Barrfield. 6.30 p.m.


   Qualifiers Monday 13th. August at Winton Social No. 2, Chandos, Monton & Brackley.  6.30 p.m.

   Final Friday 17th. August at Moorlands.  6.30 p.m.

Les Parkes (5 a Side) Trophy

   First & subsequent rounds Monday 20th., Friday 24th. & Monday 27th.  August

   Semi's & Final Sunday 9th. September.  11.00 a.m.

Bowler of the Year

   Sunday 16th. September at Ellesmere.   11.00 a.m.

Presentation Day

  Sunday 23rd. September at Winton Social 11.00 a.m.     

(Sunday 05 February 2017)

Executive Meetings

The Executive Committee Meetings during the year will be held at Winton Social Club at 8.00 p.m. (8.15 p.m. May to September) on the following dates.


      April 5th.

      May 3rd.

     June 7th.

     July 5th.

     August 2nd.

     September 6th.

     October 4th.

     December 6th.  (AGM)

     February 7th. 2019 (Formation of League)


(Saturday 15 February 2014)