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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Narooma Men’s Bowls news

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On Wednesday we had 36 bowlers making up six rinks of triples. Winners were decided by Lowest Winning Margin and this week the winners were Cindy Newell, Gail Palmer and Vicki Herman (skip) who had a great first half where they led 25 to seven after 11 ends and then just held off the fightback from Mick Cavic, Jim Constan and Kevin Callaway (skip) to take their match 25 to 22.. Second place went to visitors, Ian Jorgenson, Tracey Savage and Vicki Fletcher (skip) who led 11 to nine after 11 ends and they won the last three ends to end up with a 22 to 16 win against Peter James, Neville Cork and John Downie (skip). (skip). No resting toucher again this week. Thank you to Rapley and Son, Narooma Plaza, for their continued support.

There were plenty of bowlers on Saturday with winners decided by Lucky Rinks. Winners were Mick Cavic and Garry Carberry (skip) who led 13 to 11 after 16 ends before they came home strongly for a 24 to 17 win against Dennis Maggs and Les Waldock (skip). Second place went to Peter Hattam and Greg Ryan (skip) who got into top form early to lead 19 to seven after 13 ends and continued their fine form for a 39 to 16 win against Barry and Vicki Fletcher (skip).

On Sunday we had two rinks of Pairs and a rink of Triples. Winners, decided by Lucky Rinks, were John Downie, Jan Rapkins and Merrie Downie (skip) who led 10 to four after 11 ends and continued their good form for a 16 to 10 win against Sue Sansom, Pieter Vos and Jean Vos (skip). Second place went to Darrel Goodridge and Carol Harraway (skip) who played top bowls all afternoon to have a good win against Terry Lewis and Ken Burrows (skip).

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