Ladies get ball rolling

Southern Gazette (Belmont) - - SPORT -

SOUTH Perth Bowl­ing Club’s Ladies Red Divi­sion started their Fri­day night sea­son with a home win over Nol­la­mara, run­ning out 46-9 (4-0) vic­tors,

Tracey Free­man’s rink was most im­pres­sive, post­ing a 24-shot win.

Un­for­tu­nately, the Satur­day Two Lime side could not repli­cate that suc­cess, fall­ing 28-40 (0.53.5) at Mid­land-Mor­ri­son. El­iz­a­beth Pet­rich was able to se­cure a draw, en­sur­ing the vis­i­tors didn’t leave empty handed.

For the men’s sides, both Thurs­day and Satur­day pro­vided mixed re­sults.

Mid­week One White suf­fered it's first loss of the sea­son when soundly beaten 48-70 (0-6) at Thorn­lie.

Two White re­turned to the win­ner’s list with a strong 77-48 (6-0) vic­tory. All three rinks per­formed well, though Max Pet­rich’s was most con­vinc­ing in record­ing an 11-shot win.

Four Blue failed to han­dle a sub-stan­dard sur­face at Bed­ford, fall­ing to a 47-74 (1-5) de­feat. The only pos­i­tive to come out of the match was the last end, 22-21 rink win of Vic Yates.

The com­bined South Perth/Como Six Red side com­menced its cam­paign with a 55-30 (3-1) away vic­tory at Mt Pleas­ant.

South Perth’s BLK Premier League side hosted Stir­ling and recorded the first drawn ag­gre­gate for the sea­son, 72-all (4-4).

One Blue North ven­tured up to Mun­dar­ing but failed to come to terms with a tricky car­pet sur­face, los­ing 64-96 (1-7).

Four White bounced back from last week’s loss to de­feat vis­i­tors Leem­ing 79-63 (7-1).

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