Put names down for Christmas functions
The raffle winners were allowed to select their prize from a wonderful platter of seafood from Taurus Meats, a great sponsor of our club, along with other prizes on Thursday.
The winners were Jeff Rhue, Ray Woods and Derrick Boyd.
The members draw number was 54, Ron Fullerton, who was not present to collect.
Don’t forget our Christmas function is on November 22.
Please enter your names on the sheet provided.
Midweek pennant — Goulburn Valley:
Seymour’s division one team played at home against Mooroopna, winning comfortably with all rinks getting up, 16-77 to 0-62.
Division three did not fare so well with only one rink up against Hill Top 14-81 to 2-55.
Division five tied with one rink each at Kyabram, 2-32 Seymour to Kyabram 12-47.
Division one, Seymour v Mooroopna Results: Jenny Kreemers, Gail Krzciuk, Rob Baldwin, Dot Dillon (s) 26 d W. McGoldrick 18;
Milton Howell, Lynda Rohde, Bernie Dillon, Maureen Prudden (s) 27 d M. Jones 23;
Linda Brown, Jenny Ridd, Bill Solomon, Wilma Atkins (s) 24 d B. Nichols 21.
Division three, Seymour v Kyabram Results: Dilva Grattan, Graeme Prime, Jim Bruce, Anne Cassar (s) 20 d R. Downs 18;
Greg Quillinan, Derrick Boyd, Mark Law, Wendy Hutton (s) 14 lt M. McGurgan 40;
Donna Sims, John Heywood, Terry Flynn, Barb Plum (s) 21 lt S. Moreton 23.
Division five, Seymour v Kyabram Results: Robert Tomkins, Ken Butcher, Noel Pianta, Marg Callaghan (s) 19 d R. Woodcock 15;
Alice Hall, Jan McCarthy, Neal Harris, Margaret Flynn (s) 13 lt W. Crilly 32. Central Bowls District Seymour v Kilmore at home this week lost to their opponents by only five shots in an enjoyable game.
Seymour 4-73 to Kilmore 12-78. Results: Lois White, Carol Harrop, Marie Maggs, Margaret Locke (s) 24 d M. Grindlay 19;
Richard Maggs, Gladys Burgoyne, Derek Blakeman, Lois Tomkins (s) 16 lt D. Brown 43;
Dennis Klein, Lyn Meek, Ian Ridd, Di Staples (s) 33 d J. Grindlay 16.
Saturday pennant Goulburn Valley
Division one was at home last Saturday against East Shepparton.
The bowls for the afternoon provided great entertainment for spectators.
Seymour being three down on the last end, with Rob Brown’s rink giving him the opportunity to win the game for Seymour, did so with one bowl to spare.
Seymour 16-102 defeated East Shepp 2-101.
Division five lost their match 2-50 to Tallygaroopna 14-74 with only one rink up.
Division seven played a tight game against Seymour VRI going down by two shots, Seymour 2-42 to VRI 12-44. Division one results: Graeme Flint, Ken Butcher, Dennis Klein, Dave Atkins (s) 33 d A. Lawlor 24;
Ian Ridd, Jenny Ridd, Bernie Dillon, Alison Hall (s) 14 lt A. Hueston 30;
Terry Flynn, Dot Dillon, Maureen Prudden, Dale Sellick (s) 29 d S. Adams 23;
Wilma Atkins, Milton Howell, Bill Solomon, Rob Brown (s) 26 d M. Trewin 24. Division five results: Jim Stephen, Arthur Mumford, Derrick Boyd, Steve Reed (s) 9 lt B. Rutherford 33;
Linda Brown, Graeme Prime, Di Staples, Mark Law (s) 11 lt G. Rowan 34;
Trish Green, Matt O’Sullivan, Terry Smalley, Eliot Jarman (s) 30 d R. Raylor 7. Division seven results: Lyn Rieniets, Shane Stevenson, John Heywood, Derek Blakeman (s) 27 d W. Flint 19;
Jim Bruce, Anita Stevenson, Vin Hall, Marg Flynn (s) 15 lt P. Stevens 25. Central Bowls District Division one Seymour played away losing two of the three rinks to Broadford 2-54 to 14-99. Results: Don Lawton (s)14 lt R. Chapman 42; Shaun Houghton (s) 26 d J. Hinchcliffe 16;
Jeff Rhue (s) 14 lt D. Hogan 41.
Division two also played Broadford to lose both rinks. Results: Ron Gardner, Tony Lee, Ron Fullerton, Lois Tomkins (s) 25 lt J. Brien 33;
Donna Syms, Noel Pianta, Ken Malin, Dot Malin (s) 14 lt J. Fitzgerald 17;
Bob Tomkins, Alice Hall, Neal Harris, G. Quillnan (s) 18 lt T. Gravell 25.
— Toucha Midweek Pennant The Midweek Pennant team travelled to Wallan to taste their first defeat for the season. Both teams were undefeated before the game and whether or not it was the home green advantage could be debatable.
The Seymour VRI team gained one point for a drawn rink and lost the other two rinks by a total of 17 shots.
Seymour VRI 1-58 lost to Wallan 15-75.
Greg Jones’ rink played a competitive game holding a slight lead for some of the game and taking the lead after the 14th end, then being five shots up at the 22nd end, expecting a good run home, the opposition scored six shots on the next two ends to leave the VRI rink one shot short, but salvaged the one shot on the last end to force a drawn game.
Bill Dawe’s rink being a long way back for most of the game, and only two shots down at the 19th end, could not maintain the pace to go down by four shots.
Mario Furletti’s rink trailed the opposition after the fidth end, but only scored on seven ends for the remainder of the game to go down by 13 shots. Results: G. Dixon, H. Flint, P. Rolfe, G. Jones (s) 23 drew with B. Lingham 23;
I. Nichols, S. Stanley, J. Purcell, B. Dawe (s) 20 lt D. Lappin 24;
I. McBean, P. Delzotto, I. Cashill, M. Furletti (s) 15 lt P. Glass 28. Saturday Pennant Division one travelled the long road to Eildon to play
against fourth placed on the ladder Eildon. The game was expected to be more competitive than it turned out, as Seymour VRI won two rinks quite easily and the third rink was down by just one shot, but winning by 48 shots overall.
The division one team is still in second position on the ladder although winning all games played.
Seymour VRI 14-104 def. Eildon 2-56.
Luke Spargo’s rink continue winning their games and set the pace to be 21 shots up at the 15th end, scored five shots on the 23rd end to seal a 27-shot win.
Daniel Noonan’s rink after a slow start scored 12 shots over three ends to take a 12-shot lead at the ninth end, continued with a 22-shot lead at the 20th end, then scoring a magnificent seven shots on the 23rd end still held onto a 22-shot win.
Greg Jones’ rink gave their opposition an 11-shot lead before scoring their first end on the sixth end, but caught the lead by the 11th end after which the lead changed back and forth with neither team having any advantage. Two shots up on the 23rd end the opposition scored on the last two ends to go down by only one shot. Results: P. Challis, M. Szczykulski, W. Noonan, L. Spargo (s) 40 d S. Hall 13;
I. McBean, B. Dawe, C. Marsh, D. Noonan (s) 41 d R. McGowan 19;
K. Cain, M. Puppa, J. Purcell, G. Jones (s) 23 lt I. Sutcliffe 24.
The division two team were scheduled a bye because there are uneven teams in the competition.
Goulburn Valley division seven team played their first home game on the No. 1 green against the crosstown rival Seymour, in a close game where with two rinks, it is either we win or we lose. The result was that Seymour VRI only winning one rink by just enough to hold off the opposition on the other rink and the end result was a two-shot win.
Seymour VRI 12-44 defeated Seymour 2-42.
Peter Stevens’ rink took control of the game after the 11th end, scoring 12 shots on four ends and holding the advantage for the remainder of the game winning by 10 shots.
Wayne Flint’s rink lost seven consecutive ends to be eight shots down at the 18th end. Neither team made any inroads after that and the end result was that Seymour VRI rink were still down eight shots. Results: J. Tuckwell, M. Brett, S. Stanley, P. Stevens (s) 25 d M. Flynn 15;
R. King, P. Smith, R. Richards, W. Flint (s) 19 lt D. Blakeman 27.
On Saturday the division one team travel to Kilmore now holding third position on the ladder in what should be a competitive game.
Division two team holding second position on the ladder will host top of the ladder team Kilmore at the Seymour VRI green; and the division seven Goulburn Valley team will be scheduled a bye and return after the Victorian Open has been played on November 24.
The meat tray kindly donated by Taurus Quality Meats was won by Bob Philp, Seymour VRI.
— Two Hats