Ladies’ pen­nants on win­ning streak

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

Airlie Beach Bowls Club ladies played an­other round of their pen­nants last Tues­day with both di­vi­sions 3 and 4 win­ning at home.

Div 3 played North Mackay and won both rinks 34-10 and 20-17 while Div 4 played Mar­ian and won both rinks by a good mar­gin.

This week Div 3 trav­els to North Mackay on Wed­nes­day.

Div 4 ladies’ next game is at home on Tues­day.

Wed­nes­day after­noon games drew many play­ers and win­ners Rick Galea, Rick Brunell, Neil Moore and Bob Spees de­feated Dom Sposato, Steve Tat­tam, Betty White­horn and Rus­sell Bramich 19-16.

Wed­nes­day Busi­ness House Bowls was well at­tended. If you would like to join this group of peo­ple, con­tact Jane on 4946 7656.

Fri­day Night Bare­foot bowls was also well at­tended with lots of fun had by all.

The so­cial group of bowlers who get to­gether on Fri­day af­ter­noons from 3–5pm had plenty of prac­tice.

A game of the men’s novice sin­gles was played be­tween Andy and Graeme Herd, with Andy be­ing the vic­tor 25-19, in a great game for spec­ta­tors.

Scroungers was on again on Satur­day from 10am, with nine play­ers.

The win­ner was Tony White­horn, who played against Nik Fern­bach and Betty White­horn in the fi­nal.

Sun­day so­cial bowls was well at­tended and win­ners , Bob Fen­ney and Nik Fern­bach de­feated Terry Clarke and Ron Spence 21-11.

Also Rob Lyle and Tony White­horn de­feated Paul Os­borne and Rus­sell Bramich 24-15.

Joan Dunn and Bill Dunn de­feated Pam Moulang and Howard Moulang 14-13.

Lou Ro­gan, Di Lin­dridge and Steve Tat­tam de­feated Lou Ro­gan (dou­ble Lead) Dom Sposato and Graeme Herd 29-29.

On Mon­day morn­ing the fi­nal of the ladies’ open pairs was played and won by Betty Ni­colle and Margo Stan­ley against Louise Ma­hony and Betty White­horn 19-10.

The fi­nal of the open triples will be played on Sun­day at 1pm. Ladies’ novice sin­gles will be played.

PHOTO: INGE HANSEN

SWING: Tony White­horn was in form at Scroungers on Satur­day (pic­tured ear­lier this year).

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