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Roger Jones 21 V 7 Marc Sandy (RTB) 04/05/21
Chris Klefenz  16 V 21 Paul Williams (RTB) 07/05/21
Craig Jones  17 V 21  Matt Stuar-Douek (Blaina) 11/05/21
Chris Cummings   V   Mathew Wilde (Rhymney Gwent)  
Daniel Davies Jnr.   V   Mathew Davies (RTB) 10/05/21
Martin Thomas   V   Ryan Davies 14/05/21
Perry Morgan (Abertillery)   V   Nigel Harris  
Chris Naylor (St. Julians)   V   Adam King  
Mark Stevens (Pontnewydd)   V   Alistair Rosser  
Ryan Jones (Pontnewydd)   V   Aaron Rees 13/05/21
Clinton Rogers (Pontyfelin)   V   Lewys Thomas  
Rob Poynter (Abergavenny)  21 V  20 Peter Williams 11/05/21



10 MAY

John Tinelli (Abertillery)   V   John Norris
Mark Jones (Rhymney Gwent)   V   Chris Klefenz
Martin Thomas   V   Jason Rodgers (Oakdale)



13 MAY

Jeremy Griffiths (Bedwas & Trethomas)   V   John Norris



Clive Williams   V   Peter Madden (Blaina) TBA



17 MAY

Clive Williams   V   John Beaton (Abergavenny)
Mike Perkins 16  V  13 Roger Silcox (Blaina)



20 MAY

Alan Edwards   V   Vincent Quirk (Machen)
Peter Williams   V   Lawrence Jeffries (Llanhilleth)


In line with the latest government advice the club is now closed until Tuesday 10 November with the tote also suspended until Thursday 12 November.  We apologise for this further intrusion into your enjoyment but your health and safety is the most important thing at this time.  Stay Safe everyone.

 AGM 2020

Considering the circumstances, a very successful AGM was held via zoom last week and many thanks to Adam for arranging it.  The main points for members to be aware of is that both the secretary and fixture secretary have decided to stand down which is a great shame for us because they are both young capable and enthusiastic members of the management team.  I would like to thank Adam KIng and Danny Davies for their services over the last few years and hope they will rejoin the team at some point in the future.  In true Beaufort tradition though, other members have stood up to help the cause and I am sure you will all join me in congratulating and welcoming our new secretary MIke Perkins and our new fixture secretary Chris Melia.  Most of the team otherwise remains pretty much the same giving us stability going forward and there are also two new committee men standing up and I would also welcome Tom Moodie and Mike Wilcox to the team, I am sure they will both be great assets to us.


10:00.    A minutes silence in tribute to Terry Bunny O’Brien

10:02.     Pairs Final, Adam King & Peter Williams v Chris Denby & Daniel Davies Jnr.

12:00.     Handicap Final, Adam King v Lewys Thomas

12:30.     Memorial Final, Danny Davies v Daniel Davies Jnr.

12:30.   2 Wood Final, Peter Williams v Chris Denby

13:00.   Nigel Harris, Lewys Thomas & Jon Norris v Devi Chhetri, Mike Wilcox & Mike Perkins.

14:30.     Championship Final, Adam King v Craig Jones.

A good days bowling with the bar open so everyone welcome, please support as the matches run smoother with markers.  Good luck to all the players & congratulations to Danny & Chris for getting us to a finals day in a particularly difficult season.


A great day enjoyed by all who attended with a mixed bag of results.  Irrespective of your result here guys, we wish you all well in Llandod in the Nationals.

u18, Lewis Thomas gave a very good account of himself and narrowly lost out to Ollie Witchell 21-19.

u25, Aaron Rees also had a tussle with Ollie and also got beat 21-15.

Singles, Roger Jones beat Aaron Rees 21-15 in an all Beaufort final.

Pairs, Probably the game of the day with four great players on the green and Chris Klefenz and Daniel Davies Jnr. were just pipped 20-24.

Triples, Chris and Daniel made up for the earlier disappointment by winning the triples with Ryan Davies 20-14.

congratulations to you all.

We are delighted that Chris Klefenz is still involved with the commonwealth games squad and played in a home nations event at Leamington last week.  He will also take part in games against Ireland and Scotland in the coming weeks and we wish him well in his quest to make the final five.

The club are delighted to have received support in the form of a Magic Little Grant from the Postcode Community Trust in partnership with Localgiving.

The award of this funding will enable us to improve the coaching capabilities at the club and also provide more assistance to less able people so that they may enjoy the game too.

Localgiving is the UK's leading membership and support network for local charities and community groups.

Postcode Community Trust is a grant giving charity funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery.

If you think your charity or organisation might benefit from a Magic Little Grant visit their website at

More information can also be found by visiting the sites of the Postcode community trust and local giving.