Wild windy weather greets out-of-towners
BOWLERS attending Sunday’s President’s Day at the Biggenden Bowls Club described it as a miserable day.
They weren’t talking about the company but the weather.
After around 40mm of rain on the Saturday, the town woke up to wild windy weather.
At the end of the day three teams, Gayndah, Binjour and Isis Central Mill had two wins each in a close finish for the prizemoney.
The Gayndah team of Brodie Kirk, Nev McCosker, Christine and Brian Prygoda won the day by one point over the Binjour team of Leo Taticek, Gary Taylor, Barry Kuine and Greg Thompson. Isis Central Mill finished two points behind on 27.
Brian Prygoda, congratulating his fellow players, laughed when he suggested to president Greg Vicary they could have ordered better weather for his day.
“I can guarantee you all when you come to Gayndah in September the weather will be better,” he said.
Binjour skip Greg Thompson said the team gave Gayndah a run for their money. “But they got ahead of us,” he said.
WINNING TEAM: Gayndah's team Brody Kirk, Nev McCosker, Chris Prygoda and Brian Prygoda took home the prizemoney from Greg Vicary's (right) president's day at Biggenden.
Binjour team of Leo Taticek, Brian Kuine, Gary Taylor and Greg Thompson were runners-up.
Congratulations all round from Biggenden and Durong players.
Mundubbera's Dave Allen concentrates on his game.