New green set to be rolled out
BOWLS: There have been no games played at the club in the past week due to a new green being laid.
This should last for three to four weeks.
The BOM will keep bowlers informed as to the progress of the green.
All members will still be invited to play in Proserpine on Wednesday or Sunday afternoons.
Margo Stanley, Betty Nicolle and Elaine Hadlow went to St Helens club on August 29 to compete in the Champion of Champion Triples.
The bowling trio lost to the Mackay Club’s Robyn Deveraux’s team but only by a one point margin with an overall score of 16-15.
Scores were tied after the 21 ends, requiring another end to decide the winner.
The Airlie bowlers were proud of the performance despite the outcome.
Airlie men bowlers performed well, winning the District and Regional Pairs and 4s.
They will be off to the Gold Coast and Mermaid Beach to compete in the state championships in October.
The Pratt Cup was contested at St Helens club on Saturday and the men’s team did very well until the third game when they were eliminated.
Pioneer Valley Club went on to win against the Northern Beaches club.
The ladies team, featuring Elaine Hadlow, Ladda Purdie, Louise Mahony and Henny Tattam, went to St Helens 4s carnival on September 4.
Results are yet to be released.
Next Monday Jill Spencer, Elaine Hadlow and Margo Stanley will go to South Suburban to compete in the Master Triples.
JUST RIGHT: Shirley Wodson showed good form in a previous bowls game at Airlie Beach bowls club.