Tatura bowls:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport - — Adrian Barry

The first round of mid-week pen­nant re­sulted in a loss, so the club hopes this Tues­day brings a bet­ter re­sult at home.

Last Fri­day night was the first monthly club din­ner and an en­joy­able, friendly night was had by all.

Joyce and Gra­ham An­drus and Dar­ryn Car­pen­ter and Deb­bie were wel­comed to their first club din­ner.

The mem­bers’ monthly draw went to Dot Best, who was busy in the kitchen, so next month it is back to $50. Well done, Dot.

The over 60s will be played at Rush­worth this week. The team is on the no­tice board.

Satur­day saw a roll-up of 70 play­ers for a pre-pen­nant prac­tice match be­tween Tatura and Hill Top.

What a fan­tas­tic, com­pet­i­tive, so­cial day it was.

Af­ter play there was a bar­be­cue and Gary Rus­sell and Ken Cor­nell ran a raf­fle re­sult­ing in eight lucky win­ners.

A check of the score­cards showed a very close re­sult, so Gary de­clared it a draw, but the day was a win for both clubs.

The club thanks Thomas Butch­ers for the sausages.

This will now def­i­nitely be an an­nual pre-pen­nant event.

To­mor­row and Thurs­day there will be women’s Goul­burn Val­ley Bowls As­so­ci­a­tion events with a 9.15 am roll-up for a 9.30 am start each day.

Vol­un­teers for set­ting up and help­ing on both days are most wel­come.

There will be a club pen­nant prac­tice match next Satur­day at 1 pm for all mem­bers. Put your names on the no­tice board. The next monthly din­ner is on Novem­ber 3. Cost is $10 for mem­bers and so­cial and $15 for non­mem­bers.

For cater­ing, there is a list up for the Christ­mas din­ner, which will be on Fri­day, De­cem­ber 1.

The cost, per head, for mem­bers and non-mem­bers will be set when the menu is fi­nalised.

Happy bowl­ing where the most im­por­tant thing is en­joy­ment.

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