Most recently, 8th October 2022:

skittles oct2022Fifteen players battled it out in our skittles tournament, with Steve in his first turn making strikes (all pins downed) with each of the three balls bowled, starting him off with an impressive 27 points.  By the end of the fourth round, Steve was equalled by Andy, and it was a tense moment in the last round after Andy had knocked seven pins down… Steve knocked down eight, winning the main tournament.

There then followed an enjoyable game of ‘killer’, each player starting with three lives  – and in this game too, Andy and Steve were battling it out to the last, but on this occasion it was Andy  who won the cash prize (and then kindly donated it to the club).

Thanks to all who came – after hall hire was paid, our profit was £40, and this has been paid into club funds


Saturday 7 May 2022, 7 pm:
Skittles Evening –  There were 18 of us battling it out at this new venue, the Jubilee Hall in Mount.   Claire was the winner, with after a tie-break for second and third places,  Sam won second place and Bernie won third place.

In the ‘killer’ contest afterwards, Steve came out a clear winner.

Many thanks to all those who supported us at this event.



It was a lovely relaxed evening on 12th October 2019 at the SWEB Club in Bodmin, as more than a dozen of us participated in the skittles tournament.

Congratulations to Sophie from Bournemouth (previously a resident of Mount) for winning the main competition;  and to Steve for winning Killer competition at the end.

Looking forward to meeting again next year!

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