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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Club Malua Women's Bowls Report .

There were 46 ladies ready to bowl on a very hot Patron's Day this week. Bowls Organiser David Thomas welcomed everyone with a special mention to Bev Feehan, Ellie Crompton, Pat Biddolph and Tania Calder who have all returned to bowls , great to have them out on the greens once again . President Sue Beavan also welcomed everyone present especially our esteemed Patron Dorothy Stewart on this very special day in her honour. There were three teams on the score of +17 so after a countback the winners of the Patron's Day Shield were Jeanette Roberts, Gayl Vidgen and Karen Signor. Runners-up, Barbara Vickers and Patricia Bill. Karen thanked Dorothy for her generosity to the winners with the prizes that she presented. Rink 10 was selected to try for Jackpot. Winning Skip Paula Hancock pressed the button, the difference between team scores was 4 but alas she pressed 21. Other winning teams, Patricia Biddolph, Judy Davis and Patricia Weekes. Anne O'Dwyer, Fran Lucas and Sue Beavan. Connie Anderson, Janet McKay and Yvonne Huddleston. Shirley Edwards, June Williams and Ellie Crompton. Lynn Gowans, Bev Feehan, Sue Morgan. Dot Stewart, Tania Calder,Paula Hancock. David did his usual rounds for wrong bias shots and any other misdemeanours, like Ellie Crompton and Rae Fayle not putting Rink numbers on score cards. All monies collected goes to Charity. Money Club winners on 27, Julie Lewis, 46, Barbara Vickers . Happy Holidays to Manuela and Brylan, well deserved.

Winners, Gayl Vidgen, Karen Signor,Patron Dorothy Stewart, President Sue Beavan, Jeanette Roberts.

Runners-up, Patron Dorothy Stewart, Patricia Bill, Barbara Vickers, President Sue Beavan.


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