Malton Bowls Club
About The Club.

Welcome to the Malton Bowls Club Website. We are a small, friendly club with a long history and we are always looking to welcome any new members. Whether you are an experienced bowler or a complete novice then come and join us.
About The Site.
On this site you can view the latest match results, the latest league tables and all our forthcoming league and cup fixtures. As the 2019 season continues you can check our progress and catch up on any club events and competitions on our Latest News Page. photos of any club events will also be added as and when they happen. The site also has a page providing links to official league organizations, online shops selling everything a bowler needs. Club competition draws and results are also available with past winners listed on the club's online Honours Boards.

If you are interested in joining the club proceed to the Contact Us page where details of how to get in touch with the club secretary can be found. Our address and a small map showing our location is also shown. Or you can email the club secretary by using the email link at the foot of any page.
A Brief History.
The modern history of Malton Bowls Club begins in 1944 When the club moved from its original site on Castle Howard Road where it was part of Malton Quoits & Bowling Club. The quoits club dates back to 1855 but a bowls club wasn't formed until the summer of 1882. In 1944 the bowls club took up residency in what was originally a croquet & archery club on its present site at East Mount. More information on the history of the club, including a photo' gallery can be found Here.

The bowls club is now part of Malton Tennis, Bowls, Squash and Racketball club. The first league the club participated in was the Hovingham League (a league which is still contested) but as time has passed we dropped out of that league. We now enter teams in the 'BataGas Triples League', the 'Ryedale & District Veterans League' and from May 2019 the 'Huby Triples league'. All 3 leagues are a triples league format (4 rinks of 3 players per team) with the Batagas league matches taking place on Monday and Friday evenings the Veterans league matches being held on Wednesday afternoons and the Huby Triples matches played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings throughout the summer season (May to September).
Other Info.
The club holds its own internal competitions throughout the season and all are played on a knockout basis. All competitions are open to both male and female members. The entry forms for these competitions will be posted on the notice board and members are encouraged to participate in them. after the draws for the internal competitions are made the players will play their matches by mutual arrangement. The finals will be played towards the end of the season and trophies and cups will be presented to the eventual winners (usually at the end of year AGM held in late October).

Thursday night is 'club night' at Malton and is an ideal time for new members to have a roll up in a friendly, relaxed environment.

Apart from the club having its own pavilion the main building housing the squash courts has changing rooms, toilets and shower facilities and includes a fully licensed bar, all available to members should they wish to use them.
About The Club.

Welcome to the Malton Bowls Club Website. We are a small, friendly club with a long history and we are always looking to welcome any new members. Whether you are an experienced bowler or a complete novice then come and join us.
A Brief History.
The modern history of Malton Bowls Club begins in 1944 When the club moved from its original site on Castle Howard Road where it was part of Malton Quoits & Bowling Club. The quoits club dates back to 1855 but a bowls club wasn't formed until the summer of 1882. In 1944 the bowls club took up residency in what was originally a croquet & archery club on its present site at East Mount. More information on the history of the club, including a photo' gallery can be found .

The bowls club is now part of Malton Tennis, Bowls, Squash and Racketball club. The first league the club participated in was the Hovingham League (a league which is still contested) but as time has passed we dropped out of that league. We now enter teams in the 'BataGas Triples League', the 'Ryedale & District Veterans League' and from May 2019 the 'Huby Triples league'. All 3 leagues are a triples league format (4 rinks of 3 players per team) with the Batagas league matches taking place on Monday and Friday evenings the Veterans league matches being held on Wednesday afternoons and the Huby Triples matches played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings throughout the summer season (May to September).
About The Site.
On this site you can view the latest match results, the latest league tables and all our forthcoming league and cup fixtures. As the 2019 season continues you can check our progress and catch up on any club events and competitions on our Latest News Page. photos of any club events will also be added as and when they happen. The site also has a page providing links to official league organizations, online shops selling everything a bowler needs. Club competition draws and results are also available with past winners listed on the club's online Honours Boards.

If you are interested in joining the club proceed to the Contact Us page where details of how to get in touch with the club secretary can be found. Our address and a small map showing our location is also shown. Or you can email the club secretary by using the email link at the foot of any page.
Other Info.
The club holds its own internal competitions throughout the season and all are played on a knockout basis. All competitions are open to both male and female members. The entry forms for these competitions will be posted on the notice board and members are encouraged to participate in them. after the draws for the internal competitions are made the players will play their matches by mutual arrangement. The finals will be played towards the end of the season and trophies and cups will be presented to the eventual winners (usually at the end of year AGM held in late October).

Thursday night is 'club night' at Malton and is an ideal time for new members to have a roll up in a friendly, relaxed environment.

Apart from the club having its own pavilion the main building housing the squash courts has changing rooms, toilets and shower facilities and includes a fully licensed bar, all available to members should they wish to use them.
Malton Bowls Club
About The Club.

Welcome to the Malton Bowls Club Website. We are a small, friendly club with a long history and we are always looking to welcome any new members. Whether you are an experienced bowler or a complete novice then come and join us.
About The Site.
On this site you can view the latest match results, the latest league tables and all our forthcoming league and cup fixtures. As the 2019 season continues you can check our progress and catch up on any club events and competitions on our Latest News Page. photos of any club events will also be added as and when they happen. The site also has a page providing links to official league organizations, online shops selling everything a bowler needs. Club competition draws and results are also available with past winners listed on the club's online Honours Boards.

If you are interested in joining the club proceed to the Contact Us page where details of how to get in touch with the club secretary can be found. Our address and a small map showing our location is also shown. Or you can email the club secretary by using the email link at the foot of any page.
A Brief History.
The modern history of Malton Bowls Club begins in 1944 When the club moved from its original site on Castle Howard Road where it was part of Malton Quoits & Bowling Club. The quoits club dates back to 1855 but a bowls club wasn't formed until the summer of 1882. In 1944 the bowls club took up residency in what was originally a croquet & archery club on its present site at East Mount. More information on the history of the club, including a photo' gallery can be found .

The bowls club is now part of Malton Tennis, Bowls, Squash and Racketball club. The first league the club participated in was the Hovingham League (a league which is still contested) but as time has passed we dropped out of that league. We now enter teams in the 'BataGas Triples League', the 'Ryedale & District Veterans League' and from May 2019 the 'Huby Triples league'. All 3 leagues are a triples league format (4 rinks of 3 players per team) with the Batagas league matches taking place on Monday and Friday evenings the Veterans league matches being held on Wednesday afternoons and the Huby Triples matches played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings throughout the summer season (May to September).
Other Info.
The club holds its own internal competitions throughout the season and all are played on a knockout basis. All competitions are open to both male and female members. The entry forms for these competitions will be posted on the notice board and members are encouraged to participate in them. after the draws for the internal competitions are made the players will play their matches by mutual arrangement. The finals will be played towards the end of the season and trophies and cups will be presented to the eventual winners (usually at the end of year AGM held in late October).

Thursday night is 'club night' at Malton and is an ideal time for new members to have a roll up in a friendly, relaxed environment.

Apart from the club having its own pavilion the main building housing the squash courts has changing rooms, toilets and shower facilities and includes a fully licensed bar, all available to members should they wish to use them.
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By now most members should have received a letter from the secretary outlining the latest developments with regards to easing of restrictions to the 'Lockdown'. For those members who have not had access to the letter here is a summary.

'The UK government have announced that outdoor bowling activity can begin but in a limited form. In brief we can begin bowling with a maximum of 6 people per rink and bowling can only take place on alternate rinks. Rinks 1, 3 & 5 have been allocated for use. Players must still observe the 2 Metre social distancing rule at all times. Members wishing  to play must book a time slot by contacting the secretary on his mobile number or by email (email links are shown at the foot of every page on this site).

The clubhouse will remain closed however it can be accessed to obtain the necessary equipment & sanitizing facilities (i.e. mats, jacks & use of the toilet). Members must disinfect the equipment they use both before & after use. they should also sanitize their hands before and after playing'.
A more detailed notice from 'Bowls England' giving further guidance can be found here. Please read this document, it is for your own and everyone else's safety. You will need to have software or an app capable of reading pdf doc's installed.

For those wishing to bowl on Thursday evenings some members are now meeting safely to play between 18:30 - 20:30. If you wish to participate then please do but remember to practice social distancing at all times. Further information, as always, will be posted on our Latest News page as and when it becomes available.

The draws for the 2020 club competitions have been made and the fixtures can be viewed using the link to the competitions page or by clicking here.  With the limited time available every effort must be made by entrants to complete their matches in good time. The final match of the season will be the "Champion of Champions" cup. It is hoped this competition will be held on or before Sun 13th September.
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