Corowa Ser­vices Bowls

The Free Press (Corowa) - - CLASSIES (03) -

Week­end pen­nant had mixed re­sults with the A2’s beaten by six shots at Chiltern.

Both Peter Sum­mer­ill and Troy Brock­ley’s rink won by 2 shots, Wayne Lee’s rink went down by 2 and Norm Biggs lost by 8.

The fi­nal score Chiltern 96 to Corowa Ser­vices 90.

The A4’s had a nice win over Yar­ra­wonga by 39 shots. With four win­ning rinks, a score of 18 points to nil will help con­sid­er­ably.

Ketch had a good win by 19 shots, Les Pil­foot by 13.

Susy’s rink snuck home by 5 af­ter lead­ing 21 shots to 4 af­ter 16 ends and Johnny Walker’s rink kept their un­beaten record in tack by de­feat­ing Polky and his short­ened stick by 2.

The B2’s lost by 34 shots to Be­nalla. Neil Bathols went down by 2 shots, Stan McLarty by 7 and Sam had one of those days go­ing down by 25 shots.

The B3’s lost the game they should have won. Beaten by Wan­garatta by 4 shots, Peter Ed­wards got home by 7 shots over Hooka Forge, Roly played a draw and Neville McPher­son went down by 11.

In mid­week pen­nant the top side man­aged a win over Civic scor­ing 82 shots to 54.

Lor­raine Car­mody’s rink won by 2, Lau­rie Way’s rink by 15 and Susie Swift by 11.

The B3’s even­tu­ally got to Moyhu af­ter a short cut went wrong and a scenic drive via Myrtle­ford even­tu­ated.

Norm Bigg’s rink had a nice win by 11 shots, Les Pil­foot’s girls by 14 with Jim Walker and his harem go­ing down by 7.

The fi­nal score Ser­vices 81 shots to Moyhu 63.

The club wishes to thank the Moyhu club for their pa­tience and un­der­stand­ing fol­low­ing the ex­tended bus drive that re­sulted in a late start.

The B4’s trav­elled all the way to Civic and were beaten by the nar­row­est of mar­gins.

Neale Bathol’s rink won by 7 shots, Stan McLarty went down by 3 and Ber­wyn Bad­de­ley by 5. The fi­nal score Civic 56 Shots to Ser­vices 55. Eight mem­bers trav­elled to Barham last week for their an­nual spring car­ni­val with mixed re­sults.

Peter Sum­mer­ill and Bob Ron­n­feldt got into the money by get­ting to the quar­ter fi­nals of the pairs al­though af­ter putting a bowl down on the wrong bias, Peter was heard to say “even the good bowlers can do it”.

Mem­bers are re­minded of the Christ­mas Party com­ing up and the coach­ing clinic in Fe­bru­ary.

Please add your name to the lists if at­tend­ing.

Good Bowl­ing – ‘R-Fup’.

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