The WSBL fixtures are now complete and Goring Manor are in Division 2 for the 2023 season.
Goring Manor Hurricanes won the 2018 Brodie Tray.
Goring Manor won the 2019 Stracey Shield.
Please be aware: members may be asked to produce their season ticket or proof of session payment, when requested, during use of the green at home and at away matches at Tarring Priory, Marine Gardens and Homefield Park.
NEWS REPORTS FOR 2023 SEASON FEATURED IN THE WORTHING HERALD
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WEEK 13th Aug - 3rd Sep
Goring Manor club member Lorraine Kuhler became a World Champion this week by being part of the Gold Medal winning Women's Outdoor Bowls Fours team in Gold Coast, Australia. "We don't see much of Lorraine because of her County and International duties, but we are still proud to have her as a member of our club and are thrilled with her victory." said Club Captain, Derek King.
On matters closer to home, Goring suffered successive defeats by 8 points to 2. First in a West Sussex League match away to Pagham, where the only winning rink was Tommy Walker, Doug Hunt, Chris Wood and skip Frank Tsang.
Then came a defeat in the Stracey Shield away to Pavilion, where the only winning rink was Janice Sebastiano, Jay Liang, Graham Nicholson and skip Basil Taylor.
A third League defeat was in the Brodie Tray at home to Tarring Priory. This time the only winning rink was Rosie Suter, Ann McGarry, Bill Porter and skip Stuart Andrews.
In a friendly away to Henfield, Goring did win on 2 rinks but lost the match by the narrow margin of 63 shots to 56. Top rink was Margaret Walker, Alan Turley and skip Peter Treagust. Skip Harvey McGarry also won.
A return Brodie Tray match at Tarring Priory followed. This time, each team won on 2 rinks but by dint of having a superior shot aggregate of 64 to 55, Goring ran out 6 points to 4 winners. Top rink went to Rosie Suter, Tommy Walker and, on his first time as skip, Mike Mahoney. Skip Graham Nicholson also won.
A friendly at home to Maltravers was lost with the only winning rink being Mandy Pilgrim, Ray Page and skip Stuart Andrews.
The photo shows the England World Champions with Lorraine second left.