Ladies get ball rolling
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).