Pen­nant com­pe­ti­tions against Mackay

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BOWLS: Ladies’ day on Tues­day was taken over by pen­nant com­pe­ti­tions against South Sub­ur­ban and Mackay City.

Men’s day on Wed­nes­day had 16 Air­lie mem­bers and five out-of-town visi­tors, one from Mid­dle Park, two from Mary­bor­ough, one from Bendigo and one from Ade­laide.

Three games of triples and one game of pairs were played, with Keith Dunn tak­ing the dou­ble lead job in the sec­ond triples game.

Win­ners of the money were Wally Gray, Rick Galea and Ken But­ler for scor­ing a 25-11 win against Bruce Pur- die, Neil Moore and Harold Pat­ullo.

The triples game with Keith Dunn as the dou­ble lead was won by Graeme Herd and Barry Zill­mann, who scored 25, against David Stock and Tony White­horn, who only man­aged 17.

Herb Se­comb, Ber­tie Tay­lor and John Sladek won by a mar­gin of four against Bob Fen­ney, Jim Cairns and Rick Brunell. The fi­nal score was 19-15.

The pair’s game was very close, but Bob Speers and Dan McLeod over­came Leah Wil­liamson and Ron Spence to win the game 18-16.

Night bowls with Busi­ness House Bowls and the last game for Se­ries 20 was won by new­comer Whit­sun­day Fish­ing World.

The Satur­day Scroungers game was at­tended by 19 happy bowlers, with the win see­saw­ing be­tween Kevin Jewell and Jenny Ry­der.

Jenny was ul­ti­mately an­nounced the win­ner af­ter a re­count gave her a mar­gin of one.

In the cham­pi­onship event, the men’s sin­gles was played be­tween Kevin Jewell and An­drew Bell.

Kevin eas­ily won with a score of 25 to An­drew’s 16.

FORM: Rick Brunell hav­ing a bowl in Air­lie Beach on Sun­day af­ter­noon.

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