8 June: Fine and windy weather greeted the 49 starters in the Wednesday Nominated Triples today.
Although the same team, that had an extraordinary score last week, again won the day at least they had some competition this time.
Frank Zumbo, Lachlan Hair and Mark Hair again carried the day with a very respectable +31
The composite team of Harry Hauben/George Winter, Neville Vaughn and Max Stephens came in second with a +23.
They won on a countback from Graham Kelly, Dennis Olive and Brian Emmett.
There is a Notice of Motion posted on the noticeboard to change the “nominated” format for Wednesday bowls.
There are some compelling arguments for change.
To vote on this issue bowlers need to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Bowling Club on Sunday 26 June commencing at 9.00 am. Sharp.
10 June: I knew that it would not be long before the lure of the cash would be so compelling that bowlers just had to be at Friday Jackpot Pairs to get their hands on it.
Whilst not a great field, a modest turnout of 22 bowlers attended in superb weather for this event. They played on the grass green.
The winners on the highest margin were the formidable side of Bob Weir and John Parkinson. They had a not unexpected margin of +18.
Kevin Barbie and Steward Sturrock won the lucky loser draw.
Try as they might the numbers in the barrel did not fall and players next Friday will compete for $340.00.
12 June: The indifferent weather had an influence on the field for the usual Sunday Introduction to Bowls games played today.
Only 18 players braved the conditions with the winners being
Kathy Stone, David Ransome and John Moore.
The Lucky Losers were; Allan Barnes, Luke Gliwa and Ray Prigg.
A big thank you for the cooks, Stewart Sturrock and Barry Goode and our coaches John Bilby and Danny Johnson!
Two early matches in the Club Major Singles Championship were played today with David Rimmer opposing Ron Webster and John Bywater taking on Keith Smith.
By The JAFFA