Message from the Wessex League Chairman
After a sensational win of the 2021-2022 Wessex League Final by Erewash IBC the Executive Committee asks "Who will become the Champion Club for the approaching 2022-2023 season?"
The Executive is pleased to extend a warm welcome to some possible strong contenders for the title, namely Banister Park, Barwell, Nottingham, Palmerston, Victory, West Berks B and Whiteknights. A warm welcome back is also extended to a trio of clubs after a COVID break: Bridport, East Dorset and Moonfleet B.
This has resulted in the League growing to an entry of 54 clubs, currently contained in 7 Regions, in the longest, continuous running Premier League founded in 1983 in England. Offering top class competition to its member clubs on a regular basis.
After the enforced COVID break, the last season proved that the League had not lost any of its renowned competitiveness, with the fiercely contended playoff quarter, semi and Final.
The Executive Committee wish each and every Club an absorbing, enjoyable and competitive season. played in the usual manner where our sport is always the winner.
WESSEX BOWLS LEAGUE
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The Wessex Bowls League was founded in 1983 as a premier bowls league offering top class competition to major indoor clubs on a regular basis.
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