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ary Hunt lives in Ethelwine Place, The Crescent, and is a member of Abbots


Langley Bowls Club‟s general committee. Mary has been a member of the Club since 1985 and has served as Club Captain through three seasons, as well as being President for one three year term. Mary also acts as the Bowls Club‟s honorary


“Green Ranger.” This requires her to monitor the rinks and move the indicators daily during the season to ensure that the green is maintained to its best possible condition. During the 2010 season there were many compliments about the way the green presented and was “playing” from visiting teams. Mary was Hertfordshire County Women‟s


President in 2006 and within Hertfordshire Ladies Bowling she has been a player, coach, and is now a selector for the Johns Trophy team. The Johns Trophy is played for by the ladies as part of a National Competition. A proud occasion in 2010 when Hertfordshire won the competition and Mary attended the November dinner and prize-giving at the Walker Stadium in Leicester. Mary qualified as a bowling coach in 1997 and


Mary Hunt has been with the Club since 1985.


is not only an invaluable coach at Abbots Langley Bowls Club but for the Hertfordshire under 31 age group. Mary bowls regularly for the Ladies of Abbots Langley. In the club‟s internal competition in 2010, Mary reached three semi- finals and together with Wilf Johns and Stan Haley, won the open triples final.


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