Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club News

Patron of the Men's Bowling Club, on left, with two players from the "Duke of Wellington" Social Club.
Patron of the Men’s Bowling Club, on left, with two players from the “Duke of Wellington” Social Club.


Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club

18 April: Wednesday Nominated Triples today saw 44 bowlers enjoying another great day on the greens.

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After the dust settled, 4 teams emerged as winning both their games.

The teams skipped by of Dennis Ashbridge, Alan Greenhalgh and Daryl Martin all finished on 56 points but they were topped by the team of Peter King, Peter Gurney and Danny Johnson with 57.

The Myall Bistro voucher was won by Peter King, thanks to our sponsor.

20 April: The usual Friday Open Pairs was replaced today with a fundraiser for the RSL “Home for Heroes” day Twenty-eight bowlers participated and raised a mighty $650.00 for the day.

Well done!

21 April: A pre-pennant meeting was held today with the Newcastle District Saturday Pennant competition commencing next Saturday, 28 April.

Daryl Martin hosted an information session which was well attended by nominated Pennant players.

Daryl’s address was followed by a friendly roll-up and lunch provided courtesy of Ian Baker.

Shortly thereafter, the teams were posted for the first match with the Pelican Pest Control Dolphins Grade 4 side hosting Raymond Terrace at home and the Pelican Pest Control Dolphins Grade 6 side playing away at Hexham.

22 April: Despite some rumours, Sunday Bowls is not finished.

After a brief interlude, Sunday Bowls has been taken over by the Men’s Bowling Club and will continue.

It re-commenced today with a bang!

Patron of the Men’s Bowling Club, Gary Melrose, hosted a team of players from the “Duke of Wellington” Social Club.

Despite a few annoying showers it was a beautiful day for a visit from The Duke with a field of 28 players participating.

A draw of the cards found winners and the losers.

A great time enjoyed by all and a promise from The Duke that they will return again next year.

A generous thank you to all who helped make the day enjoyable.

The Club welcomed new bowlers, Katherine and Graham Pollack.



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