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.