Kincardine O Neil is a small village, the oldest on Deeside, 25 miles west of Aberdeen
The Kincardine O’Neil Sports Club was formed in 1929 and divided into three sections Tennis, Putting and Bowling, sadly only the Bowling section has survived.
The membership has been in decline in the past few years, but have maintained their competitiveness winning the present Dee Don League trophy 28 times from 1956 to 2016 and various other trophies over the years.
Various members have represented the club at the national finals in junior singles, singles, pairs and triples but regrettably have not returned with a trophy. Over the years a number of members have played for the Aberdeen and Kincardine counties team. Our Treasurer Ian Bruce has played in the Scottish International team and has played in the Commonwealth Games in New Zealand in 1990 where he won a gold medal playing second to Willie Wood in the fours.
The outdoor bowling season commences in mid-April and lasts till mid-September, ‘Hat’ nights are on Tuesday and Sunday evenings at 7pm. Where visitors and members draw teams from the ‘hat’.
Visitors and members are welcome to play during the day by obtaining the key from the filling station.
John Coutts – President
Tom Mowat – Vice President
Derek Mathers – Secretary 013398 84365
Ian Bruce – Treasurer 01330 824415