Club’s Christmas celebration a hit
Finley Members enjoyed the Christmas celebrations and the concessions granted for the occasion last Friday evening.
The hamper was well supported and first prize was won by Lyn Donkin, second Nola Wood with third being Jim Gastin.
Co-ordinator Nan was pleased with the support given.
Arrangements are also being made for Rotary bowls day, on February 22.
This day is a memorial day for Ellis Thornton, who played a major role in Rotary as well as being a leading player and former executive of the Finley Bowling Club.
Rotary will use all funds raised on its projects within the town.
A list for teams is displayed on the notice board and player support is requested for this open Triples, any combination, contest.
The Quadripartite, spon- sored by Hutcheon and Pearce, will be played on Thursday, January 12 at both bowls clubs during the day.
A maximum entry has been received with 28 teams of four men.
Markers for the singles contest are required so if any player is able to help please contact Heather.
Player handicaps have been released with plans being made to play the B grade championship on January 15.
All eligible players have been included in the draw.
The 55 and over competition resumes on Tuesday, January 10 at Finley.
Team entries are now being received.
An invitation has been received to play in the Noble Park tournament.
This presents a great opportunity to re-kindle interclub interest.
We all recall the great support Noble Park has been to the club in the past at the Easter tournament.
Teams of four are required so if interested in participating, contact Heather.
Coming events: Tuesday, January 10 - 55 and over at Finley, 10am; Thursday, January 12 - Hutcheon Quadripartite, 9.30am; Friday, January 13 - Pennant; Sunday, January 15 -B grade championship, 10am.
Duty roster: Graeme Chugg with Ron Pentland.