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RE­SULTS of games played at Isis Bowls Club.

Tues­day, March 10: D. Ha­ley, P. Mete def G. Green, A. Ritchie 24-17; M. Bold­er­son, K. Mur­phy def L. Ack­royd, K. Bur­ton 25-17.

Thurs­day March 12: J. For­mosa, R. Zim­i­tat def P. Mete, D. Ha­ley 18-11; L. Grant, B. Cowan, P. Cole def L. Grant, D. Pratt, D. Jones 24-16; M. Green, J. New­ton, C. Bold­er­son def N. Munkman, J. West, P. Jack­son 13-9.

Sun­day, March 15: To­day Isis bowlers hosted bowlers from the Sandy Straits Bowl­ing Club Boonooroo. It was a great af­ter­noon of so­cial bowls played in the right spirit.

Boonooroo played bet­ter than their Isis coun­ter­parts, win­ning the Kev Baker Shield by de­feat­ing Isis 80-74. There were some good bowls played.

Boonooroo win­ners Ray, De­nis (on loan) and Langy. Isis win­ners Lisa, Denise and Carol. We look for­ward to our visit to Boonooroo later in the year.

A re­minder for the ladies: Cham­pi­onship triples nom­i­na­tions are now open and will close and be drawn af­ter bowls on March 19. First game will be played on March 26.

Ladies the sheet for nom­i­na­tions is on the no­tice board. All games are play, sub or for­feit. ISIS CEN­TRAL MILL RE­SULTS of games played at the Isis Cen­tral Mill Bowls Club:

Tues­day night bowls: sausage siz­zle at 5.30pm, play starts at 6pm.

Re­sults so­cial, Sun­day: C. win­ter, T. Gletch def B. Dougall, L. Hesse 22-11; M. Wilkins, B. Hesse, E. Hartwig def B. Wilkins, Nan, P. Duffy 20-18.

Tues­day night: Nan, D. Sin­den def B. Dougall, A. Man­ning 21-17; K. Shep­pard, J. Mills, P. Duffy def Ron Phillips, D. Hen­nessey, E. Hartwig 32-13.

Com­pe­ti­tion re­sults: Men’s pairs: K. Shep­pard, A. Man­ning def B. Ryan, E. Crowe 35-14; K. Find­lay, Ross Phillips def D. Hen­nessey, P. Duffy 20-17.

Mixed sin­gles: C. Win­ter def R. Storer 25-9.

Com­pe­ti­tion call: Satur­day, March 21 – B Grade: A. Man­ning v M. Clarke; Con­sis­tency: R. Storer v K. Shep­pard; Mixed Sin­gles: P. Duffy v Ross Phillips.

Satur­day, March 28 – men’s fours: D. John­son, E. Hartwig, M. Clarke, B. Ryan v C. Win­ter, D. Hen­nessey, B. An­der­son, P. Duffy; S. Find­lay, K. Find­lay, B. Find­lay, R. Phillips v K. Shep­pard, B. Wilkins, R. Storer, A. Man­ning.

Satur­day, May 2 – Labour Day cent sale, bar­be­cue and bowls. WOODGATE RE­SULTS of games played at the Woodgate Bowls Club:

Tues­day, March 10 – ladies’ open sin­gles: J. Mewett def R. Bishop 27–23.

Ladies open pairs: A. Win­zar, Y. El­lis def E. Bell, C. Firth 20–18; S. Loy­dell, P. Han­son def S. Weir, A. Van der Loos 23–15.

Ladies’ so­cial: L. Cos­grove, J. Kirby, C. Hoffman def A. Sleep, M. Ib­bert­son, P. Rap­pard 30–10; G. Lenz, M. Boundy, Z. Wat­son def H. Danziger/M. Smith, J. Sproson, L. Matt­son 26–17.

Wed­nes­day, March 11 – men’s so­cial: Jesse, G. Mewett, G. Weir def R. Hill, G. Ib­bert­son, G. Loy­dell 23–14; N. Loder, K. El­lis, R. Bunn def J. Har­bourne, D. Firth, S. Boundy 30–5; P. Wil­liams, A. McKin­non, I. Reidy def G. Haynes, W. Ben­son, M. Van Der Loos 14–12; J. Neels, N. Blair, G. Sum­mers def K. Geaney, E. Soes­man, R. Hen­der­son 25–11; L. Hay­den, R. Royan, M. Strano def R. Cauchi, G. Bishop, I. Kirby 25–12; T. O’Shea, B. Hooke, R. Hoffman def P. Walk­ing­ton, D. Ferrier, R. Weir 24–12; Trick, C. Ens­bey, P. West def T. Gre­bert, W. Gal­way, J. John­son 30–11; P. Nel­son, G. Mad­sen, R. Win­zar def K. Sleep, R. Cos­grove, B. Gibson 26–21.

Thurs­day March 12 - men’s open sin­gles fi­nal: K. Mur­phy def R. Hen­der­son 26–23.

Mixed twi­light bowls: C. Geaney, G. Lenz, W. Gal­way def L. Bret­tell, L. Matt­son, R. Cos­grove 25–14; C. Ferrier, K. Geaney, R. Weir def L. Cos­grove, S. Weir, J. Mewett 16–11; M. Boundy, I. Kirby def J. Kirby, S. Boundy 22 – 12; D. Rich­mond, P. Mullins, G. Mewett def N. Loder, P. Walk­ing­ton, D. Ferrier 23–13; D. Bret­tell, K. El­lis, C. Firth def P. Nel­son, H. Danziger, G. Weir 18–14.

Satur­day March 14 – men’s open pairs: Jesse, F. Stein­back def A. Ritchie, I. Reidy 25–14; G. Sil­ver­thorne, R. Win­zar def K. Sleep, B. Hooke 30–13; D. Hauesler, K. Mur­phy def K. El­lis, C. Treacy 30–9; N. Blair, A. Griffiths def G. Weir, R. Royan 26–19; I. Kirby, M. Van Der Loos def R. Cos­grove, R. Weir 22–21; D. Mann, R. Hoffman def G. Sum­mers, B. Gibson 29–11.

Mixed so­cial: G. Ib­bert­son, M. Strano def S. Pom­roy, B. Sel­lars 26–12; S. Boundy, R. Byrnes def D. Turner, J. Parker 18–5; J. Neels, R. Mills def N. Neels, N. Mickle 19–17; R. Hill, D. Ferrier def Mud­die, P. Aitken 31–20.

Sun­day, March 15 – men’s open sin­gles: D. Mann, R. Hoffman def W. Gal­way, M. Royan 26–14; R. Byrnes, M. Strano def P. West, R. Bunn 26–4.

Mixed so­cial: N. Loder, G. Lenz, Ray def Mud­die, C. Ens­bey, M. Van Der Loos 26–19; Lesley, Yvonne, Ray def De­nis, Zoe, Peter 20–13; K. El­lis, R. Weir def A. Van Der Loos, D. Ens­bey 26–11; C. Hoffman, Peg Leg def Fang, R. Royan 17–all.



ON Satur­day mem­bers played a sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion in pleas­ant golf­ing con­di­tions, with some scores re­flect­ing the at­mos­phere.

In A Di­vi­sion Ray Walker recorded 40 stable­ford points to win from Dave Robin­son on 35, with Kev Sav­age win­ning the best nine holes.

Run­down: Peter Russo, Bill Cowan and Phil Luck­ett.

Curtis Fredrik­sen won B Di­vi­sion with 39 points on a count­back from Larry Per­shouse, with Peter Hut­ton win­ning the best nine holes.

Run­down: Ross Ni­col, Ken Al­bion and Rod­ney Wag­ner.

Clin­ton Dowl­ing won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1 and 10, Ken Al­bion the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach on the same hole. Ivan Philpott won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 4 and 13.

Dave Robin­son scored an­other ea­gle, this time from a long way out!

This Satur­day, March 21, we play a 4BBB stable­ford cap­tain’s draw, plus any out­stand­ing pairs’ match­play con­tests.

Re­minders to all mem­bers: Isis men’s car­ni­val is on this Sun­day, March 22 – please nom­i­nate now.

Isis Mill Traders’ Day on the fol­low­ing Satur­day, March 28 – three-per­son am­brose, hit-off at 11.30am. A limit on num­bers so nom­i­nate your team now. WOMEN JOAN WRIGHT again played well in the Thurs­day com­pe­ti­tion, scor­ing 37 stable­ford points to win from Val Plath on 34 points, run­ner-up on a count­back from Diane Rowley.

Vicki McAu­lay was near­est the pin with her ap­proach.

This Thurs­day we play an­other sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion, hit-off at 8.30am.

Co­ralie Vol­gyesi won the sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion on Satur­day, record­ing 38 points, to win from Mon­ica Mad­sen on 36 points, with Joan Kelly win­ning the best nine holes with 20 points.

Robyn Robin­son won the run­down. Co­ralie was also near­est the pin with her ap­proach.

Next Satur­day mem­bers play in a 4BBB stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion, cap­tains’ draw. See you there for the 12.30pm hit-off.

A re­minder: Isis Mill Traders’ Day, Satur­day, March 28 – nom­i­nate your team now for the three-per­son am­brose as num­bers are limited. JU­NIORS BE­FORE the com­pe­ti­tion this week, Damien Dowl­ing pro­vided some chip­ping coach­ing to the ju­niors. This coach­ing paid off for our ju­niors, many of who had a won­der­ful chip and putt round.

The win­ners were Ma­cie Hin­ton (three hole), Cooper Re­hbein (six hole) and Wes­ley Hin­ton (nine hole).

Mums and dads also com­peted in a chip and putt com­pe­ti­tion with their chil­dren – the catch, adults must use their child’s clubs.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Damien Dowl­ing, win­ner this week. ISIS VETS THIS Tues­day Vets played in the VIP stroke event, spon­sored by Ron Denny. All mem­bers ap­pre­ci­ated the gen­er­ous prizes and the tasty af­ter-game spread.

For some rea­son – cooler weather per­haps – scores were not as low as in pre­vi­ous days – only two mem­bers record­ing a par score.

Garry Car­lon won A di­vi­sion with 71 nett, on a count­back from RayWalker, run­ner-up on a count­back from Col Dennett, claim­ing the run­down on a count­back from Phil Luck­ett.

Peter Hut­ton scored a nett 70 to win on a count­back from Adrian Martin with a run­down to Roger Draper on 72.

Rae McCliskie won the women’s di­vi­sion with 72 nett from Robyn Robin­son on 74, run­ner-up on a count­back from Joan Kelly who claimed the run­down.

Ap­proach win­ners were: for the women, Cyn­thia Draper (0.10m); for the men, Phil Luck­ett (0.40); and for the com­bined ap­proach, Kev Sav­age (in the hole).

Val Plath led the chook run win­ners with 31 nett, from Ron Denny (32), Joan Wright, Neil Rieck, Phil Luck­ett (33), Cyn­thia Draper and Ken Al­bion (34).

This Tues­day, March 24, mem­bers play a sin­gle stable­ford – see you there for the noon hit-off.


TWENTY-FOUR play­ers took the field for the se­cret part­ners game over the front nine.

Good weather and slick greens meant putts for most were kept to a min­i­mum as Ray Bur­rows showed with a win­ning 11 putts. The win­ners to­day were Bob Blows and Paul McCar­ragher with 65 nett, fol­lowed closely by Bob Cochrane and Scotty White on 69 in sec­ond and third were Marg Dennett and Bob Champ­ney on 71.

The B-grade ap­proach on the first was won by Ken Al­bion and, for a change, the A-grade long­est drive was won by some­one other than Marg Dennett, Col Dennett. Chris Fitzsi­mons won the B-grade long­est drive and Bill Kirch­hof the com­bined near­est the pin on the 6th.

Next week March 22 we will be play­ing at Bar­gara with a 7.30am tee-off time and it’s hoped that the mem­bers can be there at least by 7am to al­low for mark­ing of cards and or­gan­is­ing the teams. It will be a stroke and putt game and there will be prizes for near­est the pin and long­est drives both A and B grades. Lunch will be sup­plied af­ter the game.

Be­fore I for­get, good luck to Mick Ryan on his op­er­a­tion on Tues­day and happy birth­day to Mac. Have a great week and see you at Bar­gara on Sun­day.



ISIS Ten­nis Club draw for next week: Tues­day, March 24, Mach, Lam­borgh­ini v Porsche, Bent­ley v Jaguar, Audi’s Di, Linda, Joy and Karen have the bye.

Wed­nes­day, March 25: Geld­ings v Fil­lies, Colts v Mares, Stal­lions Greg, Tara and Peter T have the bye.

Un­for­tu­nately ju­nior coach Kevin Ban­ner has had to have un­planned surgery and, as a re­sult, has had to cancel all coach­ing un­til af­ter Easter. We wish him a speedy re­cov­ery and for the re­main­der of this term.

Mr Royan and Mr Prior will be su­per­vis­ing ju­nior games prac­tice on Thurs­day af­ter­noons.


OFF­LOAD: Isis Su­gar­daddy Rob Rut­ledge tries to get a pass away.


CHAR­AC­TER: The Bund­aberg Rum Ruck­ers Bundy Bear.

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