Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club weekly result

Activity on the green as both Grade 4 and Grade 7 play at home.
Activity on the green as both Grade 4 and Grade 7 play at home.


Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club

20 March: The popular Wednesday Nominated Triples competition attracted 55 players today.

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Conditions were ideal for good bowling.

The winning teams came from the first game and the team of Bob Peady, Doug Naylor and Alan Greenhalgh were successful with +12.

The synthetic green resulted in a win for Tom Short, Grahame Kelly and Geoff Muggleton with +5.

The draw for the losing team went to John Moore, George Winter and Neville Vaughan.

23 March: It was to be a busy weekend for Pennant players as they played their Round 3 matches today.

The First National Grade 4 side travelled to East Maitland and had a tough time there going down 44-68.

Grade 6 was unlucky at home, just beaten by Hexham, 52-58.

Grade 7 reversed the tables on Hexham winning 63-48 on a rain affected green.

The outstanding team in this match was the Alan Greenhalgh side.

They sealed the victory with a 33-8 demolition of their opponents.

24 March: The three washed out games were played today in summer heat conditions.

The First National Fours took on Beresfield at home and recorded their first win of the season 60-50.

There were two close games but the Mark Hair side clinched the win with a 27-16 victory.

The Grade 6 side travelled to Karuah and managed a close 60-55 win.

Great effort!

The so far unbeaten Grade 7 side played their first game at home and were unfortunately out bowled by a powerful East Maitland combination.

They went down 61-73, but full marks to the Doug Naylor side who recorded a 30-17 win.

Next Saturday, 30 March, Grade 4 takes on Raymond Terrace at home.

Grade 6 travel to Raymond Terrace and Grade 7 play Karuah at home.

In other news; The draw has been completed for the Club Major Pairs Championship which will commence next Sunday 31 March.

There are some interesting combinations entered which will no doubt relate to some interesting results.

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