2016 Starts with a Bang

Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News - - News -

The lady bowlers at Du­ral Club had a mixed start to the year with drench­ing rain on Day 1, and scorch­ing heat on day 2. How­ever that hasn’t stopped the Club Pairs be­ing played and won. Again this year con­grat­u­la­tions go to sis­ters Marelle Saun­ders and Leone Lesslie who won the event but a new pair, Beryl Glover and Terri He­zlett, Gal­ston’s star bowler, were wor­thy run­ners-up hav­ing beaten two good teams in pre­vi­ous rounds. It is en­cour­ag­ing to newer bowlers to know that new teams can get to fi­nals.

An­other high­light is the planned bat­tle with the Men’s Club for the Club Chal­lenge, a grandiosely ti­tled prac­tice for the ladies’ pen­nant teams for the sea­son which starts on March 1st. Al­ways played in good spirit the chal­lenge even has a tro­phy!

Be­tween the chal­lenge and the pen­nants Du­ral will host a Fours Car­ni­val with peo­ple com­ing from as far as Mer­ry­lands, North Ryde RSL, Wiseman’s Ferry and North­mead for a game in the bush! City folk love the baby goats over the fence.

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