Kings Langley Bowls Club

Founded in 1925

Current Situation

 The Green is open for pre-booked sessions only.

Limited club competitions have taken place. (See below)

Friday evening triples are continuing throughout September. 

Matches are suspended until further notice.

All coaching has been suspended for the present.


Green Open for Play

Pre-booked bowling only until further notice

Open Mornings

Sundays in May and June from 10:00am until 12:00am

Professional coaching provided

All suspended until further notice



Open "Covid" Singles

Arranged to encourage members back onto the green after the isolation of the lockdown, this proved a great success.

Following eliminating rounds the finals of this competition were held on Sunday 2nd August.

The result was a win for Michele Cavaye against last year's club president Ron Swithenbank

Club Finals Afternoon

Good weather and competitive spirit gradually brought more bowlers back to the club.

Due to the high demand from keen members three further competitions were organised.

The finals were held on Saturday 5 September and provided an afternoon of excellent bowling.

Open Drawn Pairs

Paul Harris and Robert Dunn winners; Runners up Michele Cavay and Gary Young.

Two Wood Singles

Steve Bell winner; Ron Swithenbank runner up.

Fixed Jack 

Steve Bell winner; Gary Young runner up.



Another very successful year for the club.

The ladies had finalists in the St Albans & District competitions but were ultimately the runners up in both the Double Rink and Champion of Champions.

However at the Watford and District ladies’ finals Kings Langley players were successful in 3 out of their 5 matches. They won the Triples, 2 Wood Triples and Pairs and were runners up in the singles and champion of champions. Well done everyone and thanks to all the supporters who braved the fierce sun to give encouragement to the competitors.

Not to be out done the men won their section of the County Division, progressed through semi finals against Met Police but lost to a very strong Garston side in the Divisional finals.

Both men and ladies played so well together in a series of matches against Berkhamsted, Potten End, Tring, Hemel Hempstead, Kitcheners, and Bovingdon that the club won the Dacorum Charity Shield competition.

John Bates of SWR Installations, the main sponsor of the competition attended the club’s presentation dinner to hand over the shield. He also presented the club with cheques from SWR Installations and Dacorum Sports Network. It was our pleasure to forward this money to the Hospice of St Francis, our chosen charity for this competition.

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