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Twin trophies for Tracey brothers

Winter League


We are delighted to add four new trophies to our collection this season all generously donated to the Winter League. Two of those trophies are shown below with 94-years-old Arthur Tracey proudly showing both of them off. They are the Arthur Tracey Cup and the Leonard Tracey Cup.


The trophies named after the two brothers are identical apart from the engraving. The Arthur Tracey Cup is on the left and will be awarded to the eventual winners of the Division 4 title. This trophy has been sponsored by Lindley Liberal Club where Arthur has been a long-standing member of the club and still plays in the club's team in the Veterans 6-Man League. We have a more in-depth story about Arthur coming up in the next couple of weeks. The second trophy on display below is one named after Arthur's late brother, Leonard, who was also a formidable Lindley Liberal Club bowler over many years. This trophy has been sponsored by the Tracey family in memory of Leonard and will be presented to the winners of the new Division 5 competition. A full list of all our new and previously donated trophies is added below.


WINTER LEAGUE TROPHIES 2022-23



Donated Perpetual Trophies


Division 1 Winners: Founders Cup

Division 2 Winners: Founders Plate

Division 3 Winners: Founders Shield

Division 4 Winners: Arthur Tracey Cup (Lindley Liberal Club) *NEW*

Division 5 Winners: Leonard Tracey Cup (Tracey family) *NEW*


Division 1 Top Bowler: Founders Trophy

Division 2 Top Bowler: Lily Rose Trophy (Peter Swinden)

Division 3 Top Bowler: Treasurer’s Trophy (Bob Haigh)

Division 4 Top Bowler: Tony Booth Memorial Cup (Michelle Booth) *NEW*

Division 5 Top Bowler: Dave Horsfall Cup (Horsfall family) *NEW*


The Winter Cup: Garry Senior & Tony Butterfield


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Karen Rausse
Karen Rausse
Jan 27, 2023

Brilliant how this MIXED winter bowling has improved after only 3 seasons, well done to all.

May it continue to grow

One happy bowler here


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