Proser­pine bowlers set for a re­turn to the green

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

BOWLS: Proser­pine Bowls Club has some good news – the Cooke Green is ready to be played on.

The club would like to thank all the peo­ple who helped with clean­ing up and re­pair­ing things over the last two weeks.

With power now back on at the club, games are set to be played for the first time since Cy­clone Deb­bie this week­end.

“It was very much appreciated. So with power back on and a playable green we hope to see you all out on the week­end,” Proser­pine Bowls Club’s Wayne Han­d­ley said.

The ladies bowls on Wed­nes­day have been can­celled as the green con­tin­ues to re­pair fol­low­ing the cy­clone.

There will be a monthly club meet­ing on April 18 at 1pm.

There was no so­cial play or com­pe­ti­tion play on the week­end due to the weather.

Due to the Easter break, no one will be for­feited if they can­not play this week­end’s games.

The green will be ready by 9.30am on Satur­day.

Play­ers should let Hug­gie know if they can or can’t play.

In the cham­pi­onship sin­gles matches: Wayne Han­d­ley v Scott Hamilton, marker Sandy Daf­fara; Dan Robin­son v Barry Saroglia, marker Vince Olsen; John Bye v Barry Zill­mann, marker Ross Reville; and Luchie Gardel v Peter Law­ton, marker Phil Brown.

The club would like Gra­ham Kin­n­ear to play Jim Quod on April 14 or April 17.

In the cham­pi­onship pairs matches: Gavin Milne and Shane Spann v Vince Olsen and Sandy Daf­fara; Dan Robin­son and Shane May v Neil Robin­son and Dale Haack; John Bye and Wayne Han­d­ley v Luchie Gardel and Barry Saroglia; and Jim Quod and Kevin Thoro­good v Nathan Dodds and Scott Hamilton.

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