Top Rank Old Trafford Manchester was the venue for the fourth BTBA National Championships in the mid sixties. BTBA president Lord Essendon opened the event stating “It is fitting that our championships should be held […]
Back in the early Eighties Ebonite had some of the best balls on the market. The Magnum range, Gyro range, Maxim range and even Manhattan range were in most bowlers hands and winning. When talking […]
For the most part, the early 60’s bowling news came from Tenpin Pictorial and the old broadsheet format and size. Sometime in the late sixties Strike Out arrived in an A4 size magazine format. This […]
String , String, String, Sick of hearing about string met most days when the announcement came of the famous Airport bowl going to string machines. Cue a welcome message via our Facebook page… “Hi, I’m […]
How did people learn to bowl in the 1960’s? Thanks to the USA, there were multiple booklets frim the ABC, AMF, Brunswick and more. Did anyone have this one?