LAST week saw the completion of another very good season for Sully Bowling Club.

In Division Three of the Cardiff Municipal League, the Villagers finished fourth, only missing promotion by four points on the last game of the season.

In the Munroe Cup, the midweek league, the club were well up in the top half of the league.

And in the two knock out cups we got too the final stages.

Four new bowlers from the Villagers where introduced to the game over the season and all got a run out in the midweek side.

Special mention must be made of the great work done by groundsman Richard, who has got the the green to a standard where it is recognised by our visitors to be one of the best in the county.

From here we must forge on with the borders and banks and really turn this into a premier bowling facility.

Over last weekend the club competition finals were played and some really excellent bowling was on show.

The Friday evening saw the Seniors Final, for bowlers over 70, between Eddie Pryer and Dennis Edwards which Dennis went on to win.

Saturday morning had the Two Bowl Pairs with father and son Ben and Dave Curtis taking on Eddie with Brain Griffiths.

This went to the last bowl with Brian and Eddie taking the spoils.

Lunchtime was the start for the championship with Dave taking on Dennis in what turned out to be a super final, as two excellent drawing bowlers showed what the game was all about with very few heavy bowls used.

Dave eventually wore Dennis down and got over the line to win.

In the two bowl, Dave was again victorious over Alan Rees.

The handicap saw Alan take on Eddie in his third final and this turned out to be the closest final of the day. With the score 20-20 in a first to 21 final, it was decided by a measure in Eddie Pryer's favour.

The Novice, for bowlers who have never won a club competition, the battle between Dave Davies and Richard Fitzjohn saw Richard win in over two hours.

The final match was the Four Bowl Pairs between Brain Danscombe and Hugh Levick Jones and Kevin Mahoney and Brain Griffiths, the latter running out comfortable winners.

So a good turnout of members as well as great fun and weather at the end of another great season.

The Villagers look forward to seeing some more new blood next year on our superb village bowing green.