The Rutherglen District Triples League continued on July 25 when Cambuslang defeated Croftfoot in one game but lost another.
Games in the RDBA league were due to take place yesterday, Tuesday, after the Reformer went to print. Cambuslang were set to play home and away against Tollcross.
The club’s seniors play in the Cambuslang District Seniors league every Wednesday morning two rinks at 10.30am.
Last Wednesday’s game against Mount Vernon was rescheduled to be played yesterday and the league continues this week with a home game against Mount Florida.
The ladies section continue to meet every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, all will be made welcome.
The Ladies Triples Tournament took place on Sunday with 17 triples from clubs within and outwith the area competing. The eventual winners were Halfway.
The annual ladies versus the gents takes place tomorrow at 1.30pm for a 2pm start,
The Monday, July 31, weekly winners were Scott Russell and Ralph Caldwell who finished 11 shots up.
The club is accepting teams for the sponsored Mixed Triples Birrell Corrance tournament on Saturday August 19 at 10am.
Contact the club to enter the tournament. In the Rutherglen and District Triples League the club had one win and a draw against St Leonard’s.
This week’s game is against Kirkhill on Tuesday evening.
Last week’s game in the Cambuslang and District League versus Whitefield was cancelled.
The rearranged game is this Tuesday followed by the scheduled game against Overtoun on Wednesday.
The club had two wins last week in the Glasgow Bowls League against Burnside.
This week’s game is on Thursday evening against Belvidere.
The mixed nominated pairs last Saturday was won by Jeanette McNaughton and Andy Howarth. The runners-up were Helen Stevenson and Jim Malloch. The Gents Wilson Triples was held on Saturday.
In an exciting final Brian Martin, Tom Truesdale and Tom McLinden won against Hugh Dougan, Jim Kearney and Michael O’Hagan.
The Top 10 had an excellent win against their opponents from Coalburn and now host Overtown on Sunday. After the summer break, the Lanarkshire Leagues get underway on Friday with Whitefield’s Division 7 team away to Garrowhill.
Their Division 17 team are also away to Murray.
The RDBA Triples League continued on Tuesday night with two defeats against Burnside.
They are due to play Croftfoot in this week’s tie.
The seniors continued their impressive form in the Cambuslang and District League with two wins away to Kirkhill and now sit top of the table.
The Monday night gents aggregate was won by Ronnie Cowie and Tom McLinden who were 14 shots up.
In the RDBA ladies championships Joyce Kelly progressed to the next round after winning her singles tie.
Unfortunately the triples team of Isobel McGuire, Muriel Doyle and Nell Hefferland lost their match. The ladies host their two bowls singles this Saturday at 11 am.
Finally, the club wishes the Ladies Top 10 team all the best when they play their next match on Tuesday. Away from the excitement of the Bowls Scotland finals, the club games continued at a pace.
The Cambuslang and District Senior Fours kept a continuity with one win and one coming second.
Burnside’s Rutherglen and District Triples teams did a great job when both teams won against Whitefield.
The quarter finals ties in most of the club competitions are now being played and all players are urged to complete their ties in good time. Last Saturday saw Burnside host their annual Presidents Night .
A music quiz and disco was enjoyed by all who attended and everyone left with full bellies and their thirst quenched.
This was followed by a relaxing, effortfree Sunday for most.
Many members have voiced their thanks to president Kenny Stirratt for his hospitality.
The Monday night aggregate game was won by the team of Tom Connor, Isa Couper, Christopher Allan and expertly skipped by Alex Abercrombie.
This Friday sees the start of the Gents Nominated Triples Competition and everyone involved is looking forward to the games.
This is a knockout competition and will be played each Friday. Everyone is welcome to come along and watch the games.
Unlucky The Burnside team of Stevie Jackson, Cammy Taylor and skip Marc Stirratt were knocked out at the first hurdle at the Bowls Scotland finals
Wise man The experienced Stevie Jackson leads for the Burnside triples at Northfield