Bowls Development Alliance launch Love Fisher Brown Award

Bowls Development Alliance, the funder of Cerebral Palsy Sport’s bowls development programme has launched a national award to recognise the excellent work being undertaken by clubs with disabled bowlers.

In October 2014, the Bowls Development Alliance announced the launch of the Love Fisher Brown Award. This award, named after the remarkable and inspiring Commonwealth Games achievements of Bob Love, David Fisher and Paul Brown, is an opportunity to recognise and promote the great work of many clubs and organisations who already provide participation opportunities for disabled bowlers.

Ellen Falkner, CEO of AeroBowls UK, said of the “Love Fisher Brown Award”, “AeroBowls is delighted to be working with the Bowls Development Alliance to try to help to grow the sport and encourage more disabled people to get involved. We are honoured to sponsor the inaugural Love Fisher Brown Award which aims to recognise and acknowledge the great work already being undertaken by clubs and other local organisations to make bowls more inclusive and accessible to all members of the community“

The winner of the Love Fisher Brown Award, sponsored by AeroBowls will receive:

  • Club visit from three time Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist and AeroBowls UK CEO, Ellen Falkner plus another AeroBowls sponsored player
  • Complimentary set of Aero Bowls
  • £550 of BDA funding*
  • Framed Certificate

Two runner up entries will receive:

  • £550 of BDA funding*
  • Framed Certificate

*Terms and conditions apply

Entries for the award open on Monday 3rd November, 2014 and close on Friday 29th May, 2015 with the winner of the Love Fisher Brown Award and two runner ups announced on, or before, Friday 26th June, 2015.

For further information on the Love Fisher Brown Award, contact Paul Humphreys, Development Manager for the Bowls Development Alliance via paul@playbowls.org or 07557 819569