I hope you enjoy the Coaches Corner. Please feel free to give me a ring to discuss any of the issues presented as I have said and will continue to say “There is NO I in team
“. As Coach of the Brighton Bowls Club for season 2022/23 it will be a team commitment that gets success
so, please don’t feel embarrassed to send me your thoughts. Everything that you send me will beconfidential and I will respond. Remember the Club isonly as good as the effort we all apply to the game.
In 2012, as part of the World Bowls Championships held in Adelaide, the Brighton Bowling Club hosted the team from China. They arrived in Adelaide on Wednesday 21st November 2012, being met at the airport by Club members. After being taken to their accommodation at Glenelg, they then made their way to our Club where they were officially greeted by the Club President, John Kirby, then they joined the assembled Pennant players for an afternoon tea. A match was arranged between the Chinese team and our players. After the match, a barbeque was held for all of the players.
The first lawn bowling green to be established in Brighton was the privately owned green on the premises of Crail Brae, the home of John A. Bagshaw, the president of J.S. Bagshaw & Sons Agricultural Machinery, in Wattle Avenue, Brighton.