Photographs 2014

Outgoing President John Duff (right) congratulates new President Bob Woolley on his appointment at the AGM - 5 January 2014

President Bob Woolley receiving the club's PACES (Perth & Kinross Accredited Club Excellence Scheme) Certificate from Fiona Campbell, Perth & Kinross Council Sports Development Officer - 18 February 2014

President Bob Woolley and wife, Jean, throwing the first jack of the season - 5 April 2014

President Bob Woolley with members at the opening of the green - 5 April 2014

Past President medals

Left: President Bob Woolley with 12 Past Presidents of the Club - 24 May 2014. The Past Presidents had each been presented with a Past President medal for their year(s) in the office.


Back Row (L to R): Douglas Craik (2008); Jimmy Hermiston (1980, 1989, 1995); John Duff (2013); Archie Condy (1979); Billy Devlin (2002); Tom MacDougall (2005, 2006, 2011)


Front Row (L to R): Chris Boynes (1988); Duncan McDougall (1983, 1991, 1997); Peter Woolley (1993, 2007); President Bob Woolley; Alan Duff (1994); Roddy McRobert (2001, 2010); Sandy Drummond (2004)


Not Present: Frank Conlon (1999); George Mavor (1996); Dan Nimmo (2003); Donnie Duncan (2009); Ray Taylor (2012)

Leszke Trophy 2014

R to L: President Bob Woolley, Colin Dow (Winner); Willie Leszke (Sponsor); Willie Thomson (Runner Up)

Caravanners v Club 2014

North Perthshire BA

Australian Pairs 2014

Stewart Triples 2014

Winners of the North Perthshire Bowling Association Australian Pairs Competition on 12 July 2014, Douglas Craik and George Dark (both Aberfeldy BC), receive their trophy and prizes from the NPBA Vice President.

Stewart Triples Winners:

L to R: Hamie McRobert; Tom MacDougall; Willie Thomson

Stewart Triples Runners Up:

L to R: Cathy Lambie; Willie Sievewright, Roseanne McRobert

Newly appointed
Vice President
Anne Woolley

Gents and Ladies Club Champions 2014

Hamie McRobert and Diana Taylor

SALSC Gents 50+ Champions 2014

L to R: John Duff, Jimmy Hermiston,
Ray Taylor, Douglas Craik

President Bob Woolley presenting members of the Breadalbane Academy Ceilidh Band with a certificate to mark their £250 donation to the Disasters Emergency Committee Ebola Crisis Appeal following their performance at the Prize Giving Dinner