Gayn­dah and Bin­jour face off in friendly

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT -

IN­DOOR BOWLS: The Gayn­dah Ser­vices In­door Bowls teams played against lawn bowlers from Bin­jour this past week at the Gayn­dah RSL Sub Branch Hall.

The over­all win­ner from the Bin­jour lawn bowls team was Gayle Evans who se­cured a fi­nal round score of three wins and 56 points.

The over­all home team win­ner was Gary Tay­lor who posted a full round score of 51 points to fin­ish sec­ond over­all.

“A good night of bowls fun was had by all,” Tay­lor said.

“We re­ally look for­ward to a re­match in the future, maybe early in 2017.”

A full field of 21 play­ers com­peted in the cross club com­pe­ti­tion with scores var­ied from the 20s right up to the win­ning scores in the 50s.

Third place was split be­tween Dawn and Alan Bramer each post­ing to­tal rounds of 50 points.

Just be­hind the Bramers was Merv Thomp­son on 48 points to round out the podium fin­ish­ers.

Just out­side the top three was Leo Heaton and Leo Tat­icek with 47 points.

Other play­ers who fin­ished in the 40s in­cluded Graeme Trott on 45, Pat Dar­ling­ton, Kit Ge­orge and Rick Vanoosten who all posted a score of 42 points.

The Gayn­dah Sub Branch in­door bowls is played ev­ery Thurs­day night from 7.30pm at the RSL Hall and is open to peo­ple of all ages and skill lev­els.

Lo­cals are al­ways en­cour­aged to go down and check out the so­cial bowls each week and are free to try out a game.

BOWLS: Gary Tay­lor con­tin­ued good form with sec­ond place.

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