Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club News

Teams from Tea Gardens, Fingal Bay and Kotara celebrating the game of bowls.
Teams from Tea Gardens, Fingal Bay and Kotara celebrating the game of bowls.


Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club

17 October: Wednesday Nominated Triples was played today with a good field of 50 participating.

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Rain clouds threatened and the usual format gave way to one game of 18 ends.

There was a brief delay in play when the heavens opened up at about the 14th end but play resumed and all matches were completed.

Winners today, on the synthetic green were; Dennis Wilberforce, Dave Perry and Col Saillard and on the grass green a redraw saw the team of; Merv Mills, Ron Green and Greg Pearson declared the winners.

The very popular Myall Restaurant voucher was won by Bob Pendy.

19 October: The Friday Open Pairs gave way to the Oncology Day appeal organised by the Women’s Bowling Club.

Players enjoyed a game of bowls and supported the Oncology Day by way of numerous raffles and a great tombola.

The ladies are to be congratulated in raising some $5,500.00 for the Oncology Unit at the Mater Hospital, Newcastle.

Another amazing effort from the mighty Dolphins!

20 October: What happens when three Bowling Clubs arrive at Tea Gardens on the same day?

Great fun and good bowling that’s what happens!

Players from Tea Gardens entertained bowlers from the Fingal Bay “Ferrets” and the Kotara Flying Bowling Club today with a fierce game of Triples played over 14 ends.

Club Patron, Gary Melrose provided the prizes, but everyone was a winner today including the game of bowls.

The weather was perfect the company was great and the bowling, competitive.

I hope we can do this again next year!





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