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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Narooma Men’s Bowls Social Bowls Winners’ Circle

On Wednesday we had a good turnout of 48 bowlers with winners decided by Highest Winning Score and this week the winners were Adrian Scott and Tony Gors (skip) who played top bowls throughout for a good win against Rex Dunn and Shorty Smart (skip). Second place went to Warren Bender, Neville Cork and John Downie (skip) who returned to form to play some good bowls on their way to an all the way win against Greg Riley, Don Caldwell and Andrew Thompson (skip). The first resting toucher went to the ever-consistent Allan Chisholm at 1.08. Well done Al all over the jack as usual. Thank you to Rapley and Sons, Narooma Plaza, for their continued support.

On Saturday there were a few brave souls braving the elements and the winners were Russell Burke, Peter McKay and Les Waldock (skip) who played good bowls in bursts of three ends as their score went seven to nil, seven all, 15 to seven, 13 to 15 and finally they won the match 19 to 15 against Vince Stokes, Garry Evans and Gary Murane (skip).

Pennant Results

The final Pennant match was not played this week and that’s all folks for this season, best of luck to all the winning teams. It was great to see the mixed teams worked so well and we are looking forward to an even better season next year.

President Pairs

Only one match has been played to date and that was Margaret Naylor and Gail Howe (skip) played Jim Constan and Sandra Breust (skip). A great game ensued with Sandra’s team bursting out to a 10 to four lead, only to be pegged back to a 14 all score after 13 ends. Sandra and Jim rallied, and they led 21 to 18 after 20 ends and even though Margaret and Gail took the last end they could only pick up two shots and Sandra and Jim took the match 21 to 20.

Above: Pam Grant puts down a blinder closely watched by Gail Howe, Anne Hunter and Barb McNamara.


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