Prossie teams clean-up in RSL comp
BOWLS: Some Proserpine bowlers travelled to Mackay to contest the annual RSL fours carnival at Slade Point. The team of Bob Buckley (Northern Beaches), Jonathon Bye, Wayne Handley and Barry Saroglia were undefeated for the weekend winning all five games to claim victory.
The team of Shane May, Vikki Spann, Joan McGrath and Shane Spann had three wins a draw and a loss to finish overall third for the weekend.
Shane Kinnear, Luke Kinnear and Michael Kinnear travelled to City Club in Mackay to contest the Triples Champions of Champions over the weekend. Unfortunately they were defeated by a red hot Mackay Club team 30 to 17.
Mackay Club ended up winning this event. Jim Quod and Shane Kinnear will be representing the club in the upcoming Senior Singles and B-grade Singles champions of champions to be played at Sarina Bowls club this weekend. The Proserpine Bowls Club wishes them the best.
A couple games of mixed pairs were played on Friday night and Sunday afternoon.
Vikki Spann and Wayne Handley were too good for Wendy Pomeroy and Shane May winning 26-8 on Friday night and in a very close game Lois Read and Kevin Thorogood defeated Lulu Simpson and Dan Robinson 21-19 after being 12-1 in front early on in the game.
There were 18 social players on Sunday.
R. Spence, Gary Elder and Peter Lawton defeated John Dammash, Jim Quod and R.Jackson 18-16.
John Lahney, L. Rogan and Dot Hinschen defeated Fran Porter R.Burnell and Barbara Dammash 17-14.
Alan Sanderson, G.Herd and Bob Spees were too good, defeating D.Jackson, S.Harper and Nick Fernbach 31-13.
The following competition game has been called for this Sunday afternoon. B-grade Pairs between Dale Haack and Vince Olsen playing Peter Lawton and Jim Quod.
A total of 80 female and men district players attended President Lois PAH Last Wednesday. All enjoyed a morning of great bowls, beautiful food, and the bonus of picking up prizes.
TOO GOOD: Bob Buckley, Wayne Handley, Jonathon Bye, and Barry Saroglia were undefeated on their way to winning the RSL fours carnival at Slade Point.