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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Club Malua Womens' Bowls Report

There were 47 ladies on the green on a beautiful sunny day, almost Springtime.

The wind was pretty tricky at times but a good practice for Pennant season. Michael Ibbotson from Club Cabra took over proceedings whilst Bowls Organiser David Thomas was away. Michael introduced Malcolm Wright who has the position of Sports Engagement, so well done to him .

Winners on Rink 1, Sonia Frey, Anne O'Dwyer, Pat Weekes, Yvonne Huddleston

Runners-up, Rink 5, Sue Palmer, Fran Lucas, Ellie Crompton, Lyn Hardy.

Rink 1 was selected to try for Jackpot of $514, Yvonne chose Queen of Hearts.

Only 17 cards left from pack so wont be long for a team to find the Joker.

Winning teams, June Williams, Marlou Rollinson, Raija Johnston, Alison Innes.

Swinging Lead Joan Fitzroy, Rosie Rayner, Gai Gibson, June Ryan. Gay Biggs, Bev Keatley, Pat Bill, Sue Beavan. Tricia Wheeler, Judy Armstrong, Jean Beeley, Joan Rimmer.

Congratulations to Joan who has done a fantastic job as Skip whilst Shirley Edwards has been absent. Half way through match Yours Truly took over as Swinging Lead, sorry Lisa and girls I honestly didn't try to put both of your bowls in the ditch at 19 all

So lovely to hear Julie Lewis is home and celebrating her Birthday , along with Cheryl Melouney and Gayl Vidgen.

Money club winners , 21, Margaret Bridges, 35, Noleen Taylor. President Sue Beavan presented several of our ladies certificates and badges for 10 years of bowling, Judy Armstrong 20 years, Jean Beeley, 25 years. Sue gave information relating to District events, also on positions at our AGM.

Winners, Sonia Frey, Anne O’Dwyer, Pat Weekes, Yvonne Huddleston

Members who received Certificates and badges for bowls long service of 10, 20 and 25 years.Jenny Blyth, Raija Johnston, Carmel Price, Judy Armstrong, Gay Biggs, Pat Bill, Olga Geshwend, Jean Beeley.


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