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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Narooma Men’s Bowls Social Bowls Winners’ Circle

On Wednesday we had a good turnout of 42 bowlers with winners decided by Lucky Rinks and this week the winners were Peter Hawker, Kevin Callaway and Peter McKay (skip) who were played their normal strong game throughout for a good win against Rex Dunn, Ken Burrows and John Redman (skip). Second place went to the top combination of Allan Chisholm, Rod Holman and Peter Jones (skip) who were all square at nine all after 11 ends and the game remained close ending with a final score of 16 to 14 against Cindy Newell, Gail Palmer and Vicki Herman (skip). The first resting toucher went to Dennis Maggs at 13.04, confirming the good form he has been displaying.. Well done Dennis. Thank you to Rapley and Sons, Narooma Plaza, for their continued support.


On Sunday we had two rinks of triples and a rink of pairs and the winners, decided by Lowest Winning Score were Clare Cork, Sue/Warren Bender and Barry Lymbery (skip) who played well in the first half to lead 18 to one after 10 ends but came back to the field with the new second as they went on to a 20 to 12 win against Al Randall/Rob McIntyre, Enid Brooker and Dawn Kenny (skip). We also wished Kathy and Garry South all the best for their future as they move to Hervey Bay.


Minor Pairs Championship


The final of the Minor Pairs was played on Friday between Rod Holman and Peter Jones (skip) and Mick Cavic and John Scott (skip). It was a close game early on with Peter and Rod leading six to five after six ends before they put in a run of good ends to lead 13 to six after 11 ends and 24 to seven after 14 ends. Ends were shared after that but the bird had flown and Peter and Rod went on to a 26 to 11 win. Congratulations Peter and Rod, that was a well-deserved win and congratulations also to Mick and John on playing well throughout the Championship.


Consistency


Well, it would be nearly impossible to have such great matches to watch compared to those presented on Sunday. Firstly, Dennis Maggs played David Herman and it was close all the way with a 50 all score after 10 ends and all square on five occasions before Dave led 98 to 92 with one end to go. On the last end Dennis picked up first and second shot to reach 99 but Dave picked up third and fourth shot to reach 101and take this enthralling match. In the other match Gary Murane played Peter Dillon and after squaring the score on a couple of occasions early Peter took the lead, narrowly, and got out to the largest lead in the game, 65 to 55, after 12 ends. Peter kept a narrow lead until end 19 where Gary slipped into the lead, 96 to 94. The final end was just as exciting as the rest of the game with both players having the winning shots until the last couple of bowls. Peter picked up shot bowl to reach 98 but Gary had second and third shot to take him to 101 and the match. What a great game and well done to both of you.


Pennant Results

Round 7 of the Pennant Competition was played this week with our Grade 5 team having a bye which they won, convincingly. In Grade 6 Narooma played Malua Bay at Malua Bay. Narooma won 91/2 points to 1/2, 69 shots to 58. Results were: Cindy Newell, John Redman, Vicki Herman and Terry Lewis (skip) won 21 to 16; Allan Chisholm, Pam Grant, Gary Murane and Sandra Breust (skip) won 26 to 20; and Mick Cavic, Jim Constan, John Voytas and Peter Jones (skip) drew 22 all.

Above: Runners up, Mick Cavic and John Scott (skip) congratulate the winners Peter Jones (skip) and Rod Holman.

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