Se­niors car­ni­val a hit

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AIR­LIE BOWLS

SUN­DAY’S Whit­sun­day Pharmacy Se­niors Car­ni­val saw more than 20 play­ers hit the greens at the Air­lie Beach Bowls Club.

The win­ners on the day were Elaine Had­low, Doreen Whitehouse and Louise Ma- hony, who de­feated Betty Nicolle, Jill Spencer and Henny Tat­tam 25-16.

The run­ners-up went to the pair’s team of Peter Law­ton and Steve Tat­tam, who took down Sandy Bar­rile and Nik Fern­bach 21-12.

David Zim­mer­man, Paul Os­borne and Mau­reen Bernard fin­ished third after tak­ing down Margo Stan­ley, Col Howes and Jack Dob­bins (2418).

The last game of triples, and the day’s clos­est game, saw Jo Howes, Jenny Ry­der and Richard Whitehouse edge out David Dias, Noela White­head and Bruce Pur­die 20-18.

Men’s bowls on Wed­nes­day was down on num­bers, with just 12 play­ers tak­ing the greens.

Bob Buckley (Mackay) and Herb Se­comb were the win­ners of the money, tak­ing down Col Howes and Bruce Pur­die 26-10.

John For­nasiero and Domenico Sposato drew with Nik Fern­bach and Peter Law­ton 23-23 while Steve Tat­tam and Ben Howes cruised past David Stock and Jim Cairns 30-9.

Business House Bowls on Wed­nes­day hosted a round of catch-up games, after the pre­vi­ous week’s play was can­celled due to a power ou­tage.

Woolies lost their first game of the sea­son, but still have the over­all lead with 16-points.

Marine Pro­vi­sion­ing are just two be­hind while In­tu­itive Mas­sage are third.

Porters Pounders, Cold Rock and Bendigo Com­mu­nity Bank are tied on 11 fol­lowed by the Might­ies (10) and Whit­sun­day Tran­sit (8).

LADIES

Ladies day last Tues­day saw no play in Air­lie how­ever Jill Spencer, Regina Aquilina, Elaine Had­low and Margo Stan­ley played at Sa­rina’s Spring­time Car­ni­val.

No wins were recorded but all four play­ers en­joyed them­selves away from home.

Another three ladies in Ladda Pur­die, Henny Tat­tam and Jenny Ry­der took part in Wan­garatta’s Pres­i­dents at Home Day.

CON­CEN­TRA­TION: Nik Fern­bach takes a bowl in a so­cial game at Air­lie Beach Bowls Club on Sun­day.

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