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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Narooma Men’s Bowls Social Bowls Winners’ Circle

On Wednesday the wet weather won and no bowls were played.


On Saturday winners were decided by Lucky Rink with Bruce Rapkins and Barry Lymbery (skip) taking the chocolates after leading 17 to 11 after 13 ends and continuing their top form for a final score of 30 to 15 against John Voytas and Col Armstrong (skip)


On Sunday we had three rinks of triples and the winners, decided by Lowest Winning Margin were Garry South, Sue Wales and Barry Lymbery (skip) who were down 12 to 15 after 10 ends before they came back strongly to take their match 22 to 19 against Al Randall/Rob McIntyre, Carol Harraway and ********** (skip).


Consistency Singles


There were two Consistency Matches played this week. Results were: Dennis Maggs played John Redman and John started well to lead narrowly, 41 to 39 after eight ends. Dennis picked up two good ends and then drew clear to finish up with a 100 to 70 win. was on song throughout to lead 61 to 39 after 10 ends and continued that form for a 100 to 58 win. Keith Pickett and Dave Herman played on Sunday and after been all square at 25 all after five ends Dave started to get the upper hand and he led 56 to 44 after 10 ends. Dave continued to draw clear and ended up with a 100 to 71 win.


Pennant Results

Round 7 of the Pennant Competition was played this week with our Grade 5 team playing Bodalla at Bodalla. Results were: Narooma lost 0 points to 10, 57 shots to 76 – Peter Robson, Dennis Maggs, Greg Ryan and Gavin Richardson(skip) lost 19 to 20; Peter Hattam, Margaret Naylor, Jeremy Seaton and Dave Herman (skip) lost 22 to 25; and Les Waldock, Gail Howe, John Scott and Keith Pickett (skip) lost 16 to 31. In Grade 6 Narooma played Tomakin at Narooma. Narooma lost 1 point to 9, 50 shots to 55. Results were: John Redman, Cindy Newell, Vicki Herman and Terry Lewis (skip) won 18 shots to 17; Allan Chisholm, Pam Grant, Rod Holman and Gary Murane (skip) lost 14 shots to 19; and Mick Cavic, Jim Constan, John Downie and Peter Jones (skip) lost 18 to 19.


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