Corowa RSL Indoor Bowls
Well the club men’s pairs and men’s triples began this week as well as the ladies club pairs, these games will continue over the next few weeks. This Midweek Pennant started on Tuesday, January 24. 1B team played Wodonga Lorraine Carmody’s team went down by 2 shots 26/28. Susie Swift’s team went down by 16 points 16/21. Laurie’s team saved the day winning their game 37/12. Service 79 shots, 10 points defeated Wodonga 61 shots 4 points Open 3 played against Wareena Park. Peter Browne’s team won 32/18. Les Philfoot’s team won by one shot 19/18 and Brenton Ketchell’s rink went down by 6 shots. Services 69 shots 10 points defeated Wareena Park 62 shots 4 points Open 4 played Wodonga. Peter Summerill’s team went down 19/27. Peter Smith’s team went down 23/28 and Davis Muirs team went down 17/28. Wodonga won the day 89 shots 14 points to Services 59 shots. Weekend Pennant on January 28th saw Corowa Services have 3 out of 4 teams winning. A2 played Kiewa. Wayne Lee’s team scored 21/16, Troy Brockley’s team won 30/22, Peter Summerill’s team won 28/23 and Jim Walker’s team scored 20/24. Services won 99 Kiewa 85. A4 Played YMGCR. Susie Swift’s team won 32/18, Anne Summerill’s team scored 23/25, B Ketchell’s team won 32/15 and Barry Warbarton’s team scored 25/26. Services won 112 YMGCR 84. B2played Civic. Stan McLarty team won 34/10, Sam Nixon’s team scored 18/19 and N Bathols team scored 24/15 Sevices won 76/54. B4 played Civic. A Campbell’s team scored 20/26, P Edward’s team scored 20/26 and R Nixon’s team won 27/24. Civic won 76/67. A good start for Services Bowls Club in second half of Pennant. Regards – ‘Just Touching’.
Friday, January 27 was the first day back after a long and well deserved break from indoor bowling.
Some members felt that the break was too long, but the majority welcomed the break that gave them more time to spend with family.
Corowa RSL Indoor Bowls had a good turn out on January 27 and also welcomed two new members so all in all it was a good start for the new season.
The runner-up team who performed really well and were somewhat unlucky to be runnersup with 32 points were lead a new bowler in Peter Muggins, third Pam Kerr and their skip the ever reliable Peter Dodds.
The winning team with 33 points and performing surprisingly well after such a long break was lead Gus Sander, third Doreen Pleming and their skip Lyn Hall.