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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Narooma WBC Bowls Report

Social bowls Tuesday 06 December

Last Tuesday morning the weather felt a bit like four seasons, dark clouds threatening then moving on after a few raindrops, followed by warm and windy conditions.

We had three rinks in play, two games of pairs and a triples game. The team with 'lowest winning score' was chosen for the day's winners. The score card from rink three revealed that Jenny Coulson and Cindy Newell (skip) had won the prize money with their score of 19. During their game against Jan Rapkins and Marg Naylor (skip), Jenny and Cindy trailed Marg until the 11th end, before taking the lead and continuing on to win the game.

Marg was the winner of the raffle. Thanks to Rapley and Son Plaza Butchery.

Friendship Day

Last Friday President of the Narooma Womens' Bowling Club, Gail Palmer welcomed ladies from Dalmeny and Tomakin Bowling Clubs for a friendly morning of bowls.

Of course, morning tea and a 'catch up' came first, then our Match team organised a 'Joe's Special' to select teams for the day.

After the first game of 11 ends the winners changed rinks, and opponents, for game two.

Game one winners – Glen Pisanos, lead (Dalmeny), Carol Harroway, second (Narooma ),

Gail Palmer, skip (Narooma).

Game two winners – Judy Blackman, lead (Dalmeny), Sue Wales, second (Narooma), Jean Vos, skip (Narooma).

Well done to the winners, it was a fun morning. Lunch was followed by raffles, 50 Club won by Merrie Downie, 1 to 20 draw won by Sandra Breust.

Thanks to our visitors, it was lovely to catch up with friends. Also, thanks to Narooma ladies for organising the day.

Above: Christmas break up day with Darrell Goodridge and Cindy Newell watching the result of their team's bowls while Jean Vos keeps an eye on her rink next door.

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