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Mayo businesses are being invited to get bowling next week with the launch of the 21st annual Inter Business League on Monday January 26, at Mayo Leisure Point.
It is that time of year again when Mayo Leisure Point runs the inter-business bowling league. This league has been running for the past 20 years and has proven very successful with businesses all over Mayo competing. Its success is thanks to the businesses and teams which support it every year and to Sean Mulroy and Joe Togher who have sponsored the league since 1994.
It is that time of the year again when the bowling leagues commence at Mayo Leisure Point.
In an exciting and very close finish to the Spring Trios Bowling League at KBowl in MacDonagh Junction, the 200’s prevailed by just two points from the Pin Killers.
Fancy your name in the history books? Well read on… KBowl in MacDonagh Junction is starting its new spring league on January 25 and would like to have representatives from different parishes and towns across Kilkenny. The winning team will be pride of the parish as they will be awarded the title Ten Pin Bowling County Champions.
Pin Killers were the front runners for much of the Tuesday Trios Bowling League at KBowl but they were pushed all the way and had to dig deep in the end. On Tuesday night they were crowned champions and received the €600 prize money for first place.
After the top of the table clash at KBowl on Tuesday night the Pin Killers have one hand on the trophy. In a tight game they beat Galacticus 3 – 2. Leaving them on 28 points overall after round 7. Galacticus remain in second spot on 22 points.
K-Bowl, Kilkenny’s first and only bowling alley and entertainment centre, recently held its bowling league presentation night. The league took place over 10 weeks and consisted of nine teams, on average there were four contestants on each team. The league was a huge success and attracted a great crowd. The suspense was palpable on the night as the top three teams battled it out for the title.
It’s that time of the year again when the bowling leagues commence at Mayo Roller Bowl. The men’s handicap singles commences on Monday October 13. It takes place on Monday and Wednesday nights at 8pm. You choose which night suits you best. The league is open to both beginners and experienced bowlers as it is on a handicap basis.
It is that time of year again when Mayo Roller Bowl runs the inter-business league. This league has been running for the past 17 years and has proved very successful with businesses all over Mayo competing. People are invited to enter a team of three players (and a sub) to compete on a weekly basis against other businesses in the county. It is a very enjoyable league for both new bowlers and experienced bowlers. It does not matter whether players have ever bowled before, because it is a handicap league with all players receiving a handicap to help them along.