The Ladies Club was officially opened on the 28 June 1955. The opening day was attended by bowlers from 45 metropolitan clubs. Foundation members totalled 59. The Ladies first Madam President was Mrs N. W. H. Ward. Celebrations The ladies Club were always big on celebrations. Amongst their many celebrations was when they ‘came of…

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Good greens are essential for a successful Bowls Club.  Today the Windsor greens are rated as some of the best around and are set amongst some beautiful rose gardens. On 25 June 1955 the greens were named after Bob Lane, the first President, and Paul Maggs in recognition of their contribution to the Club and…

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For 100 years Mother Nature has tested the Windsor Bowls Club with dramatic storms and devastating floods.  But we are still standing. Floods 1958 – For the first time greens were closed for long periods due to excessive rains; 30 inches (76cm) falling in first half of the year, 9 inches (23cm) in June, highest…

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IN THE BEGINNING The idea of a Bowling Club was at the instance of Alec Inglis, Hugh Laverty and Bob Lane and a meeting of the citizens of the Windsor district was called to form a Bowling Club. Influential Members Twenty-four people attended the public meeting on 22 April 1921 at the old Windsor Council…

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As the need for additional income continued to increase a decision was made in 1993 to introduce Poker Machines. New Gaming Lounge In the early stages, Windsor staged a wait and see policy and eventually installed six machines.  A Gaming Lounge was created at the eastern end of the lounge bar and Poker Machines are…

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Windsor Bowls Club Winner

Great Fun at Windsor on Australia Day The day started off with our regular bowlers playing their normal Sunday Bowls competition (everyone is welcome, even bare-footers – so ring the Club if you are interested). Everyone won a cash prize and were especially content after they had a delicious burger for lunch. Afternoon bare-footers could…

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The 3rd annual Windsor 100 Classic Men’s Fours Carnival was held on weekend of 5th and 6th May. A full complement of 28 team traveled from all parts of South East Queensland to participate in one of the most popular bowls events (worth $7,000 in prize money) held in Brisbane. For the full story see…

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The team of Sue O’Toole, Denice McLean, Cathie Judd and Julie Donaldson were defeated by Enoggera in the recent Brisbane District Ladies Fours hosted by Ferny Grove Bowls Club. The team won a hard-fought semi-final against Ester Regan’s team also from Enoggera. In the final against Maria Rigby it was up and down all game,…

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Simon Dunleavy beat Garry Evans in the final of the 2018 Men’s Singles Club Championships.  In a game of high quality bowls Simon and Garry had a great battle.  Well done to both players.

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Season 2 of Jack Attack was won by High Strength captained by Harry Lewis, Garrath Baihn and Subhast Chand, all from Neilsens Concrete.  Runners-up were also from Neilsens Concrete consisting of Ian Roscoe, Craig Palmer and Liam Tong.  It was a great final with the result decided with an extra end.  Whilst the adults battled…

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