Kin­n­ears knocked out of pairs

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

Shane and Scott Kin­n­ear gave the Cham­pion of Cham­pi­ons pairs com­pe­ti­tion a shake on Satur­day, but they fell short in their cam­paign.

The duo was knocked out in the first round of the com­pe­ti­tion.

Closer to home, 16 play­ers took on so­cial play on Sun­day. Jeanette Cal­way, Car­lie Al­bert­son, Phillip Brown and Pep­per Evans de­feated Norma Daniels, Lill Burke, Trevor Tre­vil­lian and Barry Zill­mann 24-17, while Arthur Wil­liams, Trudy Hanne, Lois Read and Rick Wil­liams ousted Fran Porter, Flo O’Han­lon, Joy Jef­fries and Vince Olsen 24-19.

This week­end the men’s 200s car­ni­val is on, with five games played over the two days of com­pe­ti­tion.

There are full greens with 26 teams tak­ing part on the week­end, with play­ers from Tam­worth, Townsville, Ing­ham, Bowen and Mackay tak­ing part.

The event starts at 8.30am on Satur­day morn­ing with a cal­cutta.

There will be no so­cial bowls this week­end.

LADIES

The fi­nal of the Club Cham­pi­onship Pairs went right down to the wire on Wed­nes­day.

Dot Hin­schen and Lois Read ce­mented their shot ad­van­tage in the fi­nal few ends of the game, with Jo Peasley and Bar­bara Dam­mash try­ing to make up a small but seemly in­sur­mount­able deficit with ends run­ning out. Dot and Lois won 26-16. There was also one game of Con­sis­tency Sin­gles played. Even though it was a first-round game, it was played with the in­ten­sity of a fi­nal.

Maree Daf­fara was ahead most of the game, with Heather Brown catch­ing her up briefly.

At the com­ple­tion of the 20th end scores were level at 100, though Heather had a mi­nus five at this point of the game. Ul­ti­mately Maree won 109 to Heather’s 101.

In so­cial play, An­nette Pat­ullo, Betty Evans and John Dam­mash de­feated Adrian Watt, Lill Burke, Norma Daniels and Pep­per Evans 1715, while Cathy Holmes and Flo O’Han­lon knocked over Fran Porter and Heather Pat­ullo 29-12.

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