Cam­bus­lang

Rutherglen Reformer - - Sport -

The gents hosted the In­vi­ta­tion Triples on Satur­day and won an en­ter­tain­ing fi­nal match.

The home team of John McIn­tyre, Andy Ste­wart and Tam Devenny came out on top over Half­way trio John Smith, Char­lie McIn­tyre and Hugh Geb­bie. This week the gents are back on the green in the Wil­son Triples.

The RDBA Triples League con­tin­ued on Tues­day night with two de­feats against Half­way and Dis­trict. The league con­tin­ues this week with fix­tures against Burn­side.

The se­nior rep­re­sen­ta­tive games con­tin­ued in the Cam­bus­lang and Dis­trict League. White­field played Kirkhill in the two-rink for­mat record­ing two wins and now sit at the top of the league.

The La­nark­shire Dis­trict 26 matches brought a mixed bag of re­sults with two wins and two losses.

The Mon­day night gents ag­gre­gate was won by Bert Latkowski and Jim Mol­loy.

The ladies ag­gre­gate was won by Anne Grant, Elaine McCann and Lyn David­son. The last week was a busy one with a lot of ties be­ing played by those still in­volved in com­pe­ti­tions.

Sun­day saw the club’s an­nual Ry­der Cup game against Ruther­glen take place. Af­ter the first six sin­gles games Burn­side were 10 -2 down and things were look­ing bleak.

Burn­side cap­tain, Iain Mack­in­tosh, ral­lied the pairs, triples and fours teams with some in­spi­ra­tional words and all the teams took heart to storm back into the lead.

One of the triples teams, made up of James El­born, Ken­neth Stir­ratt and su­per skip Alex Aber­crom­bie even got a nine at one end which is rarely seen in the triples game.

By the time the last six sin­gles games were to be played, Burn­side only needed to win two of the games and fi­nally man­aged to come out on top in three of the games.

The club would like to ex­press their thanks to Ruther­glen for their hos­pi­tal­ity on the day.

The Mon­day night ag­gre­gate game was won by the team of Scott Steven­son, Alex Fer­gu­son, Alan McLen­nan and skipped by Jim Gib­son.

They won by an im­pres­sive 22 shots on the night.

Burn­side would like to wish all mem­bers com­pet­ing in the triples and fours teams at the Bowls Scot­land Na­tional Fi­nals at North­field good luck. The club’s Top 10 team beat Kirkhill by three games to one at Cath­cart last week.

They now go for­ward to the next round at Queens Park on Tues­day, Au­gust 1.

The re­sults in the R and D triples league saw Ruther­glen win both games last Tues­day evening.

The last game in the North East­ern League last Fri­day evening was against North Bri­tish.

The an­nual friendly against Croft­foot did not go ahead.

In its place the club mem­bers ran a very en­joy­able Aus­tralian’ tour­na­ment. The win­ner was Alex Mclean with John McGowan and Alas­dair Camp­bell sec­ond and third re­spec­tively.

This Satur­day’s com­pe­ti­tion is the mixed nom­i­nated pairs.

The Mon­day evening ag­gre­gate game was won by Don­nie McInnes and Joe Paul. The Ruther­glen Dis­trict Triples League con­tin­ued on July 18 against Burn­side BC and Cam­bus­lang won both games.

The RDBA league con­tin­ued this week with fix­tures home and away against Croft­foot BC last night, Tues­day.

Cam­bus­lang’s se­niors play in the Cam­bus­lang Dis­trict Se­niors League ev­ery Wed­nes­day morn­ing, two rinks at 10.30am.

On July 12 the club played at home against Over­toun Park BC and won one and lost one.

The league game away against Mount Ver­non BC which was sched­uled for this Wed­nes­day has been resched­uled to Tues­day, Au­gust 1.

The Ladies sec­tion con­tinue to meet ev­ery Tues­day and Thurs­day af­ter­noon, all are wel­come.

Ladies wel­comed White­field BC on Thurs­day, July 20, to con­test the an­nual Mary Pren­tice Me­mo­rial Shield.

Cam­bus­lang won 39 shots to 25 and the high­est up triple was Eleanor McLean, Liz Pow­ers and Jessie John­ston

The next ladies triples tour­na­ment will take place on Sun­day at 10am.

The Mon­day, July 24, weekly win­ners were Scott Rus­sell, Joe Walker and Will McArthur who were 13 shots up.

Any­one wish­ing to join the bowl­ing club should come along to the club on a Mon­day evening, they will be made most wel­come.

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