The Byford Country Club opened in 1968.

A bowling green was opened and was used by members for social games.

The original Country Club in 2011

Bowls remained at this stage until the Country Club members felt that the situation would be greatly improved by forming a bowling section within the club to permit affiliation with RWABA  and WALBA, members conducted busy bees to assist in bringing the club up to Pennant standard.

After inspection of the green the club was accepted into the Association in 1982.

Although the Ladies Bowling Club became affiliated with WALBA in the 1982-1983 season, members did not compete in Pennants, due to the small numbers of players available. A Seventh Division side entered in the  1983-1984 season and was successful in winning the pennant. In 1984-1985 a side  was entered in the Sixth Division and on finishing second  was promoted to Fifth Division.

With dedicated work from both women and men working in busy bees, a further green was opened for  club and  pennant games in time for Gala Day in February 1984.

The Foundation Ladies President was Mrs G Masters and the Secretary was Mrs E Corkery.

The new country club situated on Linton Street North