According to Raymond I should be exploring the outer reaches of sporting research in my blog. He makes it sound a bit like an episode of Star Trek. Apparently sports psychology is the future for aspiring champions like Raymond. He even quoted a Guinness advert that tells everyone to ‘believe’ (he didn’t say ‘believe what’ mind). After a few pints of Guinness most of our members would probably believe
In my father’s day the great attraction of bowls was, and I quote:
“Vernon boy, its cheap as chips!”
How times have changed. My father must be turning in his grave up the allotment.
Nowadays lots of clubs have their own different coloured tops just like football teams. Some even change them every other year!
I can still vividly recall the day my father handed me my first
Vern has just been encouraged to write a blog that will ride on the popularity of Fifty Shades.
It's mainly unchartered waters for Vern or at least waters he hasn't fished in for years!
However he's given it a go but as a new member he does not wish to give offence to any existing members.
If you wish to read it please visit this link:
Hello again, Vernon Lewis, Top Skip, here.
Today I’m going to explain why:
- (i) this particular coach thinks using two fingers is acceptable on the bowling green and
- (ii) how Brylcreem can give you the edge in a tight match.
When I started bowling as a young lad I had to be very careful what hand signals I used on the green. Most of the bowlers in those days