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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Tomakin Twist Tops Bowls Report

President Steve Hogan welcomed 36 Twisties on a beautiful warm sunny Sunday morning . Welcome also to Derek Byars from Belconnen Bowling Club.

Before selecting sticks for bowling positions Steve mentioned our itinerary for weekend away next week. We will be car pooling , leaving around 8.30am and meeting for morning tea at Tilba . Next stop is Tura Beach bowling club for lunch where we will also bowl Saturday and Sunday. After lunch we will head to Merimbula where our accommodation is situated.

As Club Tomakin are unable to accommodate Twist Tops for their Christmas Party this year we will be going on a River Cruise on the Clyde Princess cruising from Batemans Bay to Nelligen, all looking forward to this special venue.

Whilst still on the green after a morning of bowls Brian Wheeler presented Flo Young with her O.B.E. medal and framed certificate to celebrate her 80th Birthday amid lots of cheering. President Steve made another presentation of the weekly medal to Helena Megee. The lovely Helena who is a terrific bowler accidently selected a Lead stick instead of her usual Skip stick !!

Winners this week were those on Highest Losing Margin.

Tricia Wheeler, Ross Miller and Sally Malone who really enjoyed their match. Runners-up, Madge Elliott, Beth Wittington and Brian Wheeler. Other winning teams, Neil Mather, Ute Krook and Patrick Wheelahan. Roz Greenhalgh and Tony Dobson. Sue Bender and Karen Signor. Ellie Crompton, Bob Starkovski and Helena Megee. Ruth Ebsworth and Milka Starkovski.

Losing Skip Sally selected Rink 9 to try for Jackpot of $500.

Smiley McGregor cut the cards but could only come up with 3 of Clubs. Lucky number winners on 4 Patty Manning, 19 Karen Signor.

Above: Flo Young & Brian Wheeler

Above: Helena Megee

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