Ladies’ Pennants

The ladies play pennants on Tuesday mornings and on Saturday afternoons. Pennants are played from October through to March.

Pennant Teams – Tuesday 12th December 2023   Click here for the teams.

Saturday 9th December 2023   Click here for the teams.

Visit the BowlsWA website for details of all WA bowls events, including pennant fixtures, results and tables.

Men’s Pennants

Mt Pleasant has a number of teams playing men’s pennant bowls during the season – both Midweek (Thursdays) and Saturdays.

To see the pennant teams for Thursday, December 07 2023, click here.

To see the Pennant Teams for Saturday, December 09 2023 click here.

Visit the BowlsWA website for details of all WA bowls events, including pennant fixtures, results and tables.

Selection policy

The men’s selection committee has produced a document which explains how the teams are chosen. Click here for all the details.

Skin cancer checks

Fremantle Skin Cancer Clinic, one of our great new sponsors, is offering members an education session and the opportunity to book a free skin check. This will also include the treatment (freezing) of any small cancers found. The clinic will be at the club this Tuesday, December 5, from 2pm. It is a great opportunity to check that all is well with your skin.

Ladies’ gala day

Thirty teams from around the metropolitan area enjoyed a great gala day at the club on Friday, December 1. As well as two rounds of bowls, the entrants had morning tea, lunch and afternoon nibblies provided by club members. There were various raffles, including a wine raffle, and lucky numbers  to be won. Well done to everyone involved and to the day’s winners, Leeming. And thanks to our great sponsors, Mode Realty.

Star bowlers

Congratulations to our club members who have taken out some of our early championship events.

Lisa, Mary and Cathy combined to take out the ladies’ triples, while Margaret, Brian, Dee and Trevor were the winners of the mixed fours. Well done to all players.

Fours championships

The men’s and ladies’ fours championships scheduled for Sunday, December 3 and 10 have now been postponed until January. The entry sheet is on the noticeboard.

State bowlers

Congratulations to Lisa Brannan, Kaye Blackwell and Donna Blackwell, who represented WA in the national championships held at Joondalup and Sorrento in October.

Club Events

Tuesday popstick draws happen all year round – 12.30pm for a 1pm start.

Wednesday scroungers are a great way for all members of the club to improve their bowls in a fun and social setting. Note, the new time for summer. Be there by 3pm for a 3.30pm start.

Thursday and Saturday bankers are played all year round, 12.30pm for a 1pm start.

Dress:  Mufti for all popstick, scroungers, bankers and winter games.  Club uniform for pennant and championship games.

Click here to see the full winter and summer program.

Club awards night 2022-23

Members of the club had a lovely dinner where all the winning performances of the 2022-23 season were celebrated. A warm congratulations to our overall ladies’ bowls winner, Michelle Farmer, and our overall men’s bowls winner, Geoff Pinkus.

Ladies’ singles champion – Gail Worley

Men’s singles champion – Geoff Pinkus

Men’s novice champion – Michael Greene

Ladies’ novice champion – Mary Thomas

Men’s pairs winners – Howard Richardson and Greg Samson

Mixed pairs winners – Lisa and John Brannan

Ladies’ Triples winners – Jana Fuller, Sue Lowe, Kerry Mason

Men’s fours winners – Norm MacLean, Reg Lowe, John Mueller and John Wood

Ladies’ 100-Up – Michelle Farmer

Open gender policy

Click here to see the plan for this pennants season.

Corporate, Social and Barefoot Events

Whether you are shouting your staff to a fun day out or holding a team building event or a Corporate function, the Mt Pleasant Bowling Club is the place to do it.

Our Corporate bowls and team building packages starts at $10 per head. They include all necessary equipment (except shoes), green fees and an informative bowling training session before the game. READ MORE

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