Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club Wednesday Nominated Triples

Winning team Skip, Greg Pearson who along with Lance Atkins and Pip Sullivan have a monopoly over the Wednesday Nominated Triples competition.
Winning team Skip, Greg Pearson who along with Lance Atkins and Pip Sullivan have a monopoly over the Wednesday Nominated Triples competition.

 

Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club

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23 August

The usual Wednesday Nominated Triples drew 44 players to the competition.

Organisers arranged six games of Triples and four games of Pairs after a number of cancellations were received due to ill-health.

A beautiful day contributed to some fine bowls being played not the least being from the team of Lance Atkins, Pip Sullivan and Greg Pearson.

They took out first prize again and are certainly the team to beat each week.

They won both their games and won 19 of the 24 ends played.

I’m glad I was not on the receiving end of that!

Runners-up were Ron James, Barry Drayton and Ron Webster.

Great to see Ron back bowling again!

There are now six teams in the draw for the “Queen’s Kitchen” voucher.

25 August

The Fabulous Friday Open Jackpot Pairs was cancelled due to consistent rain.

It will be on again next week.

26 August

The delayed second round of the Club Mixed Pairs competition was played today in perfect conditions.

Tom Parkinson and Verlie Gray continued on their winning way, out foxing Kerry and Henk Faber 16-14.

Ken and Olive McKeown were too consistent for John Slater and Lily Smith. They won 15-10.

Henry Dallas and Bev Rhodes hung on to edge out Graham and Liz Kelly 18-13.

Greg and Kayelene Pearson were in dominant form defeating Kathie Rimmer and Peter Gurney 25-9.

Steve Jones and Wendy Brand needed an extra end to account for Karen and Ron Green 14-13.

Ron and Robyn Webster had a good win over Brian Emmett and Anne McKenzie 17-7.

Thanks are due to Umpire John Younghusband.

27 August

Eighteen bowlers attended Sunday Mixed Bowls today after a gloomy overcast start.

The winners were Bev Dunn, Beverley Thrift and Frank Dunn.

The Lucky Losers were Lyn Nightingale, Kathy Stone and Dennis Wilberforce.

Thanks to Ron Webster for the cooking.

The skies cleared for another perfect day for the playing of the quarter-finals of the Club Mixed Pairs competition.

A couple of disastrous ends from Steve Jones and Wendy Brand put paid to their chances eventually going down 12-20 in their match against Greg and Kayelene Pearson.

Veterans Verlie Gray and Tom Parkinson earned a place in the semi-finals defeating Ken and Olive McKeown in a close match, 19-16.

Jill McBride and the wily Noel Jackson also had a close match against Bev Rhodes and Henry Dallas.
They won 19-16.

In the remaining game Col and Bette Saillard pulled-off a great win over Robyn and Ron Webster 22-13.

There will be no play next weekend because of Father’s Day with semi-finals matches being played the following Saturday and the Finals on Sunday.

These games deserve a good audience.

In other news:

Tea Gardens have entered one team in the Newcastle District mid-week Three x Three competition commencing 30 August.

They have drawn a tough opponent in their first match.

They will play Raymond Terrace at home.

 

By The JAFFA

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