Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club News and Results by the Jaffa

Mark Hair side after their quarter-final win. Geoff Page, Dave Benson, Mark Hair and Gary Wynne.
Mark Hair side after their quarter-final win. Geoff Page, Dave Benson, Mark Hair and Gary Wynne.

 

Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club News

Pelican PestModern Media: Advertise with News Of The Area and you get your ad in 1) in Print, 2) on the News Website (like this ad), and 3) on our Social Media news site. A much more efficient way to advertise. Reach a HUGE audience for a LOW price TODAY! Call us on 02 4983 2134. Or [email protected]
Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE

9 January

Bowlers returned from the Christmas and New Year break eager to get back on the green.

Whist they were away summer temperatures started to rise but pleasant sea breezes made for comfortable bowling.

The bowling organisers came up with a new format from today whereby the starting time will be half an hour earlier and instead of two games of 12 ends there was one game of 21 ends.

These new arrangements were well received by bowlers and will stay in place throughout the remaining summer months.

The winners on the grass green were; John Carey, Ross Barry and Danny Johnson.

The synthetic green winners were; Lance Atkins, Ray Sullivan and Greg Pearson.

The lucky card draw went Barry Drayton, Merv Mills and Ron Webster ( a new prize this year).

12 January

The preliminary rounds of the Club Fours Championship were played today with 4 teams participating.

Brian Emmet’s side recorded a good win, 22-17, over the Keith Smith four.

The Alan Greenhalgh team accounted for John Carey’s side 30-12.

13 January

The Club Fours Championship continued with the quarter-final rounds being completed.

The Brian Emmett side continued their success with a good win over the Barry Drayton team 23-17.

The Danny Johnson four accounted for the Alan Greenhalgh team 30-7.

The Jeff Baker led team accounted for the John Parkinson side 22-15.

In the remaining game the Mark Hair side managed a close win over the Leigh Hunt four 20-16.

The weather may determine the starting time for the semi-finals next week.

The two games will be worth a watch!

In other news:

It is rewarding to note that 55 players have nominated for Pennants this year and the Club is requesting that we field teams in Grades, 4, 6, 7.

Go the Dolphins!

 

By The JAFFA

Leave a Reply

Top