February 3, 2017

Seniors move to top of table

Wins on four rinks against an unbeaten Warwickshire at Doncaster IBC moved the Seniors team to the top of the Midland Seniors League. This performance opened […]
January 20, 2017

Seniors require 14 points for MSIBL Championship

Yorkshire’s last match result against Warwickshire on 16th March was a 20 – 2 points win. This gives Yorkshire a total of 89 points. Durham have […]
January 8, 2017

EIBA School of Excellence – Durham County Finals 2017

The 2017 County Durham Finals of the EIBA English Bowls Youth Development Scheme National School of Excellence will be held on Sunday 15th January 2017 at […]

History



History of the League: The early years

Durham was able to affiliate to the English Bowls Association (Indoor Section) in 1964 when its first indoor club, Spennymoor, was opened. The County's first international was JW Heath (Spennymoor) in 1969. The County began expanding in 1972 (Hartlepool) to Ferryhill (1999). making a total of 16 clubs. The figure now stands at 12 following the closure of Consett, Hebburn, Chester le Street and Bishop Auckland.

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The controlling body for indoor bowling within County Durham.