Sports/ Report to Club Assembly 2015
Proposed sports activities in Rotary year 2015/16
MEETING OF ENTERTAINMENT, FELLOWSHIP AND
Present-Ken Mackay(chairman),Ed Scott(lead on sport),Alastair DURKIE
Apologies- Tom Pettigrew
Apologies to Ian Grieve and George Primrose
Objects- Outline plan for events for year 2015-2016 RCWF.
President Alex has indicated that he wishes we should make attempts to ensure more inclusive events at more affordable prices and more community orientated. Also utilise social and sport's events as a potential route to attract new members.
Golf events-both in house and district events will again be supported - Ed and Ian.
Ten pin bowling evening followed by supper. One of highly successful partners’ evenings. A low cost event enjoyed by all. Maybe scope for holding it twice over winter. Ken to organise. Opportunity to invite friends and family.
Green Bowling- again a very popular low cost event. To be repeated summer of 2016? Alternative venue? Ed to lead with help of Ian Borland.
Gavel Challenge. Club will again enter event. Ed and Ian will lead.
Other potential events tennis evening/come and try curling event are possibilities. Assess interest.
Above are suggested events and in no particular chronological order. The
Committee will hold an early meeting to organise specific dates etc. and highlight in club calendar to avoid clashes.
2020 Gavel Challenge
28/10/20: It was a good night and West Fife didn't do too badly at all. We managed to get a very respectable score against top teams.details
Annual Partners Lawn Bowling Night
Thursday 5th September 2019 at the Northern Bowling Club, Dewar Street, Dunfermline.details
Fun Golf Night
2019 was the third year the Club`s Fun Golf night was played on the small nine hole course at Pitfirrane participants being Rotarians, partners, wives/husbands.details
2012 Hosting Canadian Rotary Golfers
An invitation to host a Canadian Couple, May 2012 in 4 areasdetails
Busy Month for West Fife Golfers
June has been a busy month for golfing members of the Rotary Club of West Fife.details
West Fife win District Golf Event
West Fife pairing of Neil Spriddle and Eric Spreng won the District 1010 Rotary GB&I Rotary Club Golf Championship for the second time in three yearsdetails
Rugby Day Out 2005
A party of 11 West Fife rotarians and guests enjoyed a good day out at McKane Park on Sunday 13 February.details
No Silverware in 2005
Team West Fife finished in a disappointing 15th place, some 26 shots behind the winners Stirlingdetails
Rotary International Golfers
The Rotary Club of West Fife golf section scaled new heights this week when both Graham Watson and Eric Spreng made the Scotland team for the 2005 international event at St Andrews.details
2005 Gavel Challenge exit at Kinross
It was an enjoyable evening and for those who attended the pre match Club meeting an interesting talkdetails
Wylkedin Trophy 2004
As holders West Fife organised the 2004 Wylkedin Trophy contested at Carnoustie on Wednesday 5th May 2004.details