Sep 29

Awaiting News Regarding Reopening

We are awaiting advice from Boroondara Council, Bowls Victoria and the MCC regarding reopening. As soon as we receive any news, we will let you know.

Sep 10

Letter From Our Chairman

Dear members,

I hope this email finds you safe and well and ready for a new season of Bowls.

I’m writing to update you on the latest news from the State Government. A road map has been set out for ‘sports and recreation’ with a view to opening clubs up again in the near future, so it’s up to us to think about our COVID safe plan.

Click on the link below for more detailed information:

To comply with these restrictions and maintain our club as a Covid safe environment, we will continue to regularly clean all areas, provide access to hand sanitiser, ask members to check in using the QR code and wear masks where applicable. Importantly, if you haven’t already done so, make an appointment to be vaccinated to not only protect yourself and your family but also our community at MCC Bowling Club. If all members are vaccinated, we can more readily protect those members who are immunocompromised, other Bowlers and visitors to the club.

While we are in lockdown it might also be an opportune time to consider how we can contribute towards getting ourselves back to our former ‘form’. I’m hoping to inspire you to start your fitness program to prepare for the Bowls season ahead of us. Gentle half squats, stretching and resistance exercises will help improve your overall health, help reduce back pain and aid in preventing injuries when we get back to playing.

On that note, it’s also a great idea (now that winter is over!!) to consider being SunSmart. The Cancer Council recommends that all adults check their skin and moles every 3 months. If you haven’t had a recent check, make time to schedule an appointment with your GP or specialist to have a check-up. It’s a simple procedure and may prevent problems down the track!

Our selectors and coaches have been busy setting up a program for the upcoming season. This will help give everyone a positive start to the bowls season.

We will try to keep all members informed and up to date through emails, website and Facebook posts.

John Kaloger Chair – MCC Bowls section

Aug 27

Please Register Pre-season Game availability

Just a reminder for those who have not registered yet for both Weekend and Midweek Pennant practice matches need to get on this to make the task of selection a lot easier for our Selectors.

Pre-season practice games are commencing for Weekend Pennant on Saturdays from 11th Sept and for Midweek Pennant on Tuesdays from 14th September (subject to COVID rules).

Please register your availability by using the trybooking link re-emailed to members today.

Looking forward to seeing as many members as possible at these games.

Aug 26


2021 MCC Sponsorship Promo Flyer

Aug 21

Pre-season Practise Game Bookings

Bookings have opened for practise games. Refer to today’s email (21/8/21) for the booking link.

Aug 11

Vale Tony Weber

It is with great sadness that we advise members that Tony Weber passed away overnight following surgery.
Tony was 88 years old and a member of the club since February 2006. He was a very popular member of the Section, playing at Glen Street with the Bankers on a Tuesday.
Condolences to his wife, Joan and children.
No funeral arrangements have been advised at this time.

Aug 05

Greens Closed Until Further Notice

As you all are aware, we have been placed into lockdown again from 8.00pm tonight 5/8/21.

This means that both venues are closed until we get the okay to re-open.

Jul 28

Bowling Green Availability

Glen St (Synthetic Green Only):

Due to the requirement to have a COVID Marshall, until further notice, Glen Street (Synthetic Only) will only be open as follows:

  • Wednesday and Saturday from 12.30pm to 4.00pm
  • Monday morning for the Boroondara Stroke Group from 9.30am to 12.00pm
  • Thursday morning for coaching from 9.30am to 12.00pm

All other Greens:

All grass greens are closed until the end of August (Swinburne Ave and Glen Street).

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