BCGBA County Final

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It is Yorkshire v Warwick & Worcester in Sunday's BCGBA Senior County Championship Final. After beating Merseyside, Wales and North Midlands on their way to the Final the Yorkshire team now meet the defending holders of this prestigious County competition. The COVID-affected competition has enforced a change of format on the BCGBA which this year is a straight Knock-Out competition rather than the usual league format.

With the KO Final home leg being held at Meltham this Sunday it is a great opportunity to see top level bowling and a chance to witness history being made as the Yorkshire team chase winning the title for the first time since 2016. To do that they will have to overcome a Warwick & Worcester side that has won the title for the last two years.

The away team are at the green at the British Oak public horse at Stirchley in Birmingham.

All the team player-by-player draws are below but first here is an extract from the BCGBA Newsletter as it previews the Final.


Home Leg

Crossfield Trophy Final - Sunday 3rd October - Start 2.00pm - Meltham Sports & Community Centre - Mean Lane, Holmfirth HD9 5QT

Manager Duncan Reeves takes a squad of 12 County bowlers to Meltham to take on the Warwick & Worcester away team at Meltham. He welcomes back Graeme Wilson as captain, Alex Wolfenden & Gary Siswick. While Jack Dyson, Mark Hughes & Kez Smith travel away to Britsh Oak Bowling Club.

1. Graeme Wilson plays Tom Palmer 2. Gary Wike plays Jon Palmer 3. Josh Brown plays Adam Patrick 4. Scott Fisher plays Rob Carter 5. Ashley Daykin plays Anthony Bracken 6. Dave Fox plays Adam Walker 7. Johnny Wood plays Steve Wallace 8. Gary Siswick plays Scott Follis 9. Ashley Tattersley plays Josh Hale 10. Mark Regan plays Ashley Bracken 11. Steven Gilroy plays Paul Hemming 12. Alex Wolfenden plays Peter Dunkley

Away Leg

Crossfield Trophy Final - Sunday 3rd October - Start 2.00pm - Away Leg - British Oak Bowling Club, British Oak Public House, Pershore Road, Stirchley, B30 2XS 1. Thomas Hanson plays Ben Harris 2. James Hanson plays Ryan Prosser 3. Wayne Mossley plays Jason Galvin 4. Craig Gant plays Elliott McGuiness 5. Josh Mordue plays James Seville 6. Stuart King plays Ross Dunkley 7. Jack Dyson plays Steve Darling 8. Mark Hughes plays Neil Harrell 9. James Davison plays Greg Smith 10. Chris Mordue plays Neil Clarke 11. Kez Smith plays Marc Wilson 12. Ian Booth plays Phil Clinton

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