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The Currier Cup

Introduced to the Club Competitions in 2012 in recognition of John and Barbara Currier's service to the club.
John passed away in 2013. He was a respected member and had served as Club Captain, Treasurer, and President. Barbara served for many years as Club Secretary
. Barbara passed away 2018.

The Marjorie Bowen Rose Bowl

Marjorie played a leading role in gaining full membership of the club for Ladies in 1953.
First played for in 1997, the Rosebowl is a fitting memorial to Marjorie, who died in 1996.

Bill Downes Trophy

Details to follow

Jack Brookes Trophy

Presented to the club 1955. The first winner was F. Spreckley

Horace Wilson Challenge Cup

A former landlord of the Kings Head Hotel in Lichfield during the 1940's.
Although not a bowler,Horace donated the cup, which was first presented in 1942, together with a silver tankard for the runner up. The first winner was Mr Frank Axten.
This is the oldest surviving trophy, made of solid silver.

George Tyson Shield

Details to follow

Frank Axten Cup

Frank Axten was a founder member of the Club in 1911. His son Frank D Axten, a former Club President, presented the cup in 1961 as a token of appreciation for the respect and fellowship shown by the club to his father during the 40 years he was connected with the club. The first winner was E. Salt

Ladies Individual Shield

Details to follow

Presented in 1975, the first winners being Mrs Kent and J Cadwallader

Fred Button Trophy

Fred Button is first recorded playing for LMBC in a match against Lichfield Bowling Club in 1964.
The cup was presented in 1975, the first winners being Mrs Kent and J Cadwallader.