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RESULTS of games played at the Isis Bowls Club: Tuesday, September 8 - P. Mete, D. Jones, G. Daw def P. Mete, L. Ackroyd, K. Burton 21-15; A. Ritchie, M. Bolderson, K. Murphy def I. Feeney, D. Haley, R. Clements 25-13. Thursday, September 10 - L. Grant, B. Cowan, R. Clements def L. Grant, B. McKenzie, D. Haley 23-22; D. Pratt, R. Zimitat def J. Newton, J. West 17-16; M. Green, P. Cole def N. Monkman, C. Bolderson 18-15. Sunday, September 13 - G. Green, R. Linton def R. Dickenson, E. Dickenson 25-16. Saturday, September 12 - Isis Men’s Pennant. Isis def Bargara at Bargara. Well done guys. Two rinks won and one lost, but our combined total score was 6 points more than Bargara. We now play Bargara in the final of the Pennants this coming Saturday at Elliot Heads Bowls Club, which is a neutral ground for both our clubs. Start time is 1pm. Skips please arrange transport.
ISIS CENTRAL MILL
RESULTS of games played at the Isis Central Mill Bowls Club: Come and try bowls. It’s great fun. Bowls supplied. New players welcome. Wednesday afternoon bowls start at noon. Names in by 11.30am. Afternoon tea. All players welcome. Sunday afternoon bowls start at 1pm. Names in by 12.30pm. Afternoon tea. All players welcome. Social bowls results Wednesday - C. Winter, N. Lincoln, T. Lincoln def B. Dougall, E. Crowe, P. Duffy 22-18; S. Hennessey, D. Hennessey, J. Cappetta def H. Cappeta, N. Hartwig, E. Hartwig 24-10. Sunday Social - C. Winter, K. Sheppard, A. Manning def N. Hartwig, R. Lilley, E. Crowe 21-13. Last Saturday ICM played Gin Gin in the last round of pennants at ICM with Gin Gin winning 60-57. A great effort by our players for the pennants season.
RESULTS of games played at the Woodgate Bowls Club: Tuesday, September 8 - Ladies Social: L. Kelly, A. Sleep, E. Bell def C. Cayley, C. Rogasch, M. Smith 21-15; C. Geaney, E. Atkinson, M. Ibbertson def C. Ferrier, V. Bird, Y. Turner 24-18. Ladies District Pennants Division 1: Woodgate def Bundaberg 2 games to 1 at Woodgate. Wednesday, September 9 Men’s Social: J. Daniels, N. Blair, B. Mann def P. Mullins, G. Bishop, G. Madsen 34-14; R. Everett, E. McCaffrey, B. Winzar def G. Ibbertson, J. Johnson, R. Henderson 35-12; G. Turner, K. Sleep, G. Wardell def A. McKinnon, B. Cayley, R. Royan 19-18; Jesse, R. Weir, R. Hoffman def L. Hayden, G. Weir, R. Hannah 25-19; L. Brettell, G. Mewett, R. Bunn def P. Walkington, R. Hill, D. Ferrier 26-14; K. Geaney, G. Haynes, W. Nelson def A. Ritchie, L. Treichel, S. Boundy 33-10; J. Cheers, W. Benson, M. Strano def N. Tucker, C. Ensbey, D. Firth 22-13; P. Walkington, R. Cauchi, I. Kirby def P. Nelson, N. Hutchinson, B. Hooke 28-23. Thursday, September 10 Jackpot Triples Mixed Social: W. Galway, J. Johnson, def B. Hinton, R. Byrnes 26-21; J. Mewett, R. Weir def L. McConchie, M. Strano 25-17; L. Kelly, P. Mullins, W. Nelson def C. Cayley, G. Mewett, B. Cayley 19-15. Friday, September 11 - Ladies District Pennants: Division 1. Woodgate def Bundaberg at Bundaberg. Saturday, September 12 Men’s District Pennants: Division 1. Burnett def Woodgate 2 games to 1 at Woodgate; Division 2. Bargara def Woodgate 2 games to 1 at Woodgate; Division 5. Elliott Heads def Woodgate 2 games to 1 at Elliott Heads; Division 7. Easts def Woodgate 2 games to nil at Easts. Sunday, September 13 - Mixed Social: D. O’Halloran, G. Bishop def G. O’Halloran, D. Hutchinson 24-18; J. Mewett, G. Newby def E. Bell, L. McConchie 21-13; R. Bishop, Jesse, R. Royan def G. Lenz, B. Hutchison, D. Ensbey.
GREY skies deterred some players from competing in the club-sponsored single stableford competition on Saturday. Len Stallard recorded his best score for some time, accumulating 38 points to win the day from Bill Herring on 37, with rundowns to Adrian Martin, Peter Hutton, Mark Tedge (36), Terry Smallman and Mark McAulay (33). Leigh Cronin (7.0m) won the A Division pinshot on 1&10; Ken Albion (2.53m) the B Division approach. Clinton Dowling (3.15m) won the A Division pinshot on 4&13; Adrian Martin (3.92m) the B Division pinshot. Next week a number of members are away and the competition for those staying here will be a single stroke. The following week the postponed Craig Swift-sponsored day should take place.
VICKI WYETH won the ladies’ single stableford competition on Thursday with 37 points from Kerry Schnack on 32. Kerry (1.0m) also won the approach. Joy Cartner and Vicki McAulay played the match play final with Joy winning 1-up on the 18th hole. Congratulations to Joy and Vicki for a great contest. This Thursday the competition will be decided before hit-off at 8.30am. Vicki McAulay put the disappointment of Thursday’s loss behind her and recorded 39 points to win the single stableford competition from Helen Ricciardi on 36 points. Robyn Robinson (0.54m) won the ladies’ approach. Next Saturday we play a club-sponsored single stroke competition, with the Craig Swift-sponsored day postponed until the following Saturday.
THIS week again many players emerged with top scores in both divisions in the single stableford competition. Terry Smallman again won A Division with 40 points, from Nigel Radin with 38 points runner-up on countback. Peter Hutton won best nine with 22 points. Rose Cochrane won B Division with 37 points from Coralie Volgyesi on 36, with Jack Smith winning best nine with 21 points. Gary Gretton (1.07m) won the men’s approach on 1&10; Cynthia Draper (0.21m) the combined approach on 4&13; Vicki Wyeth (0.05m) the women’s approach on 6&15. Peter Hutton led the Chook Run winners with 29 net from Terry Smallman (31), Rose Cochrane, Vicki McAulay, Mark McAulay, Bob Werne and Nigel Radin (32). Next week we play the Childers Maryborough game, hitting off at 9.30am with a shotgun start.
SLIGHTLY overcast last Sunday, which meant that numbers were down slightly but we still managed 21 players. The game was won by Diane Charles with a credible 24 and for her troubles losing 2.4 off her handicap. The second was contested by four players, not the three as mentioned at the club, and they were Terry Smallman, Nigel Ison, Scotty White and Paul McCarragher all on 20 points. On a recount the places were as follows: Paul McCarragher second, Terry Smallman third. The cards are available for perusal by the members if there are any queries. Paul Loses 1.3 and Terry loses 0.8. The B Grade Longest Drive was won by Terry Smallman, who also took out the Combined Nearest the Pin on the 13th. Diane Charles won the B Grade Approach on the 10th with a Birdie, Dave Durie the A Grade Longest Drive, Col Dennett the A Grade Nearest the Pin on the 10th and Scotty white the Approach on the 16th. On the noticeboard there are the particulars of the Christmas Party for this year and a form to be filled out by those who will be attending. If you are taking your own buggy, please mark the required column with a tick and if you require a hire buggy, then put an X in the same column. There is also a nomination form for the Club Committee for next year. Have a good think about it and nominate or nominate someone else for a position. Those members who nominate someone else, please make sure that that person is willing to take on the job. Next week a Stroke and Putt over the Front Nine and Ed will be running the show as I have a week off. Have a great week and see you in a fortnight.
RESULTS of Veterans 18 Hole Stroke played on Tuesday, September 8 and sponsored by Highway Hotel. Winner: Norm Baker 72; Rundown: Alan Ball, Alan Davies 73. Other scores: Bruce McCormack 73, Ron Beckey 77, Brian Cooke 78, Len Josey 80, Kevin Shaw 81, Helen Davies 83, D McKay 84, Carol Martin 85, Jim Manderson Jnr 88, Brian Cooke 86, Len Josey 89, Norm Baker DQ. Pin Shot 7 and 16: Alan Ball. Approach Shot 5 and 14: Brian Cooke. Longest Putt: 9 and 18 Alan Davies. Putts: Alan Davies 25. Results from 18 Hole Stableford Event for Captains Day played on Saturday, September 12. Winner: John Bolt 39pts; Run Down: Ross Ronlund 39, Helen Davies 37, Quinton Jensen 36, Jesse Findlay 34. Other scores: Ivan Keune 33, Alan Davies 32, Jason Shield 29. Pin Shot 7 and 16: Ivan Keune. Long Putt: Helen Davies. Next week: Saturday September 19, 2015 – Final Round of Patrons Trophy.