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Early notification - the Wealden League AGM will be held on Tuesday 30 April 2024,

at The Goward Hall, Battle Road, Cade Street, Heathfield. TN21 9BP (where Old Heathfield play)

Suggested arrival at 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start.

All matches have now been played, and the results are in and posted to this site.

Congratulations to everybody who took part, and I hope you enjoyed it.

Have an excellent summer, and I hope to see you at the AGM, and possibly in the Summer Pairs.

Some of the data that we receive suggests that roughly half the people who use this website do so using mobile devices, such as phones and tablets. To recognise the fact that they are using smaller screens, we are trialling a different way of presenting the results specifically for them. Please use one of the links below to see what this would look like, and it would be very helpful if you could feed back ( whether you think that this would be useful for you or not, if you are using a mobile device, or any other comments you have.

      Division 1

      Division 2

Thank you for your help.

The Wealden League


The Wealden League was formed in 1990, and has been running ever since, with a short gap for Covid-19.

It is a competition for Short Mat Bowls Club teams in East Sussex, and all teams and players must be registered with the East Sussex Short Mat Bowls Association, which in turn means that they must be registered with the English Short Mat Bowls Association.

The League runs on a weekly basis between October and March, and teams play each other on a home and away basis. Currently we have two divisions, with promotion and relegation at the end of each season.

Each match comprises two triples games and two pairs games, and requires 10 players over two mats. Most (but not all) matches are played on weekday evenings.

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