Bowsey - definition of bowsey by The Free Dictionary
bowsie (redirected from bowsey)
bowsie (ˈbaʊziː) or
1. a low-class mean or obstreperous person
2. a drunkard
[of unknown origin]
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also caught two cod; but he was at Ranny Pool and they weighed 3lb 15oz to take second prize.
For good measure Bowsey
added a little celebration dance at centre ice.
Ray Starling put three cod on the beach to win with 5lb and was followed by Dean Bowsey
with a cod and whiting weighing 3lb 6oz; Colin Boagey with 2lb 12oz from two cod and Richie Taylor with a cod and a dogfish weighing 2lb 2oz.
Billy Niblett weighed in a 1lb 6oz cod; Dean Bowsey
caught a 1lb 4oz dogfish and junior member Jacob Mills was fourth with a 6oz eel.
A 1lb 4oz dogfish caught at Barry put Dean Bowsey
in third place while club secretary Bob Galley was on the pier and took fourth with a 9oz whiting.