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2023 News


North Mymms hosted the SADLBA Finals day on 10th September.  It was a fine day with plenty of specators for some exciting matches.

Our congratulation go Karen King and Pam Bond for taking home the Pairs Trophy in what was a thrilling match.  Well done!

(Click on the images below to see full pictures.  Then use left nd right arrows to scroll through them.)


The annual compettion between North Mymms, Potters Bar and Northaw & Cuffley as held on 26 August.  4 teams from each Club played against each other, the men at Northaw (Jarvis Cup) and the Ladies (Harvey Cup) at North Mymms.

The afternoon bowling was great with the Ladies dodging most of the rain while the men shetered for best part of an our due to a terrific thunderstorm.  The sun came out later and the games finished with Potters Bar taking the honours all round.  Both Northaw and North Mymms provided a lovely meal that was much appreciated.



After terrific news that Una Harman has reached the semi-finals of the Ladies County Singles, played on 17th July, we now know that Una has done it again and is through to the County Singles Final on July 30th at Bishops Stortford.    Wow!  Fabulous news.  Not only that but this means Una will also play in the National Finals at Leamington on 20th, 21st and 22nd August.

The County semi finals took place at Shire Park, and Una got off to a magnificent start building up a good lead early on.   Una and her opponent, Jo Hollister from Bushey, were bowling to the jack almost every end and the standard of bowls was incredible. Jo was beginning to pull back some shots when the score stood at 17 - 6  but Una continued to bowl consistently and landed some brilliant shots, perfect weight and line.  The finals score was 21-11.  A magnificent result, so Una now meets our friend Alison Hall from Hatfield. Thereafter onto glory at Leamington.

The full programme of all Ladies and Mens matches will be published shortly on the County website when all the semis have taken place. 

Very well done Una.  You deserve our congratulations for your achievement thus far and making all of us at North Mymms very proud.


Another glorious sunny day, another afternoon of great bowls, fun and cameradierie saw the annual Fixed Jack Competition, played on a slightly heavy but excellent green.   This year our winning team was Terry Atkinson, Una Harman, Irene O'Brien and Roy Matthews with the Runners up Peter Stokes, Ivan Coleman, Rose Parkinson and Andrew Parsonage.

Congratulations and well done to you all.


There was great cause for Celebration when the Bowling Season got underway this weekend at North Mymms Bowls Club. Not only did the weather stay kind most of the time for a great afternoon of bowling but three of our ladies were celebrating their 90th Birthdays within a few weeks of each other.

They are, from left to right, Sylvia Kenyon, Joy Cox and Rose Parkinson.

It certainly goes to prove that Bowling can keep you fit and young at heart and long may it continue .

Sylvia Kenyon, Joy Cox, Rose Parkinson 90 years young Sylvia Kenyon, Joy Cox, Rose Parkinson 90 years young