The Burntisland Club Pavilion features in new book "Bowled Over" from Played In Britain which celebrates the heritage of lawn bowls across the UK.
You can buy a copy of the book from your local bookshop or from the Played in Britain website by clicking here.
The Club's season ended on 6 October with the annual match between teams representing the Treasurer and the Secretary. Although the match overall was a draw this year, an unusual outcome according to long-established members of the Club, one of the teams representing the Secretary, won by the largest margin and so were awarded the George Gibson Cup. The team comprised Jim Hunter, Rosemary Lascelles and Lorna Murdoch.
With the Club's internal competitions now completed, the winners include Dorothy Whyte, Ladies Champion, and Martin Hunter, Men's Champion. Other include: Brian Fleming (President's Cup Men); Wilma McLean (President's Cup Ladies); Brian Blake (Jim Baxter and Over 60s Trophy); Raymond Whyte (Stevenson's Cup); Ian Jamieson & Martin Hunter (Men's Ballot Pairs);Trevor Aldridge (Men's Consolation Cup), Dorothy Whyte (Festival Trophy, Morrison Trophy, Women's Senior Cup); Paul Graham, Brian Fleming & Ken Nimmo (Men's Triples); Rosemary Lascelles & Jean Watson (Ladies Ballot Pairs); Kath Cooper & Susan Williamson (Two Bowl Pairs); Dorothy & Raymond Whyte (Mixed Pairs); Margaret Farnes (Helen Mann Trophy); Ian McKay, Audrey Colville & Dick Westwater (James Ian Laird Cup).
The inaugural winner of the new Isabel Muir Trophy was Ruth Willis. This competition prize was awarded in memory of Isabel and her extensive contribution to the club over many years, including serving as Treasurer, several times being Ladies Champion and in numerous other roles.