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Welcome to Wymondham Short Mat Bowls Club Est.1989

SEVEN TIME BRECKLAND LEAGUE CHAMPIONS, NORFOLK SUMMER CUP CHAMPIONS 2014 & 2015, NORWICH CUP CHAMPIONS 2014/15, NORFOLK CHALLENGE CUP CHAMPIONS 2014/15 NORFOLK SUMMER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 2016

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Wymondham Short Mat Bowls Club is affiliated to the Norfolk Short Mat Bowls Association. The club is based at Ketts Park Comumunity & Recreation Centre, which is situated eight miles south west of Norwich down the A11, next to the Norfolk Police Headquarters.


The club currently has around sixteen members and bowls throughout the year in the Norfolk summer league division one from May through till August and in the winter season bowl in the Breckland League from October to March. The Breckland league has nine other clubs at present which are Banham, Carleton Rode, Connaught A and B, Forncett, Harling Recreational Unicorns and Griffins, Hingham and Watton.

Wymondham play most of their home match's in the winter on a Monday night and have roll-ups on a Monday night also when not playing match's. Season's 2007/8 and 2008/9 the club had finished third in the Breckland league and at last took the title for the first time in the 2009/10 season and has gone on to retain it for the following five season's also in 2010/11, 2011/12 and 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15.

The club now boasts several county squad players at present who are Debbie Sparham, Jon Sparham, Chris Mann, Andrew Jackson, Roger Steele, Melvyn Barker, Debbie Pye Jack Pye.
 
As Wymondham compete in only the Breckland league during the winter season a number of their players, play in different leagues with different clubs. This gives the selected players more stability throughout the season with them playing more games in different venues.