Gayndah and Binjour face off in friendly
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.