Mixed day for bowl­ing clubs

CO­BRAM

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Both Fri­day pen­nant sides recorded wins with di­vi­sion one de­feat­ing Ba­rooga Sports and di­vi­sion two de­feat­ing Nu­murkah.

Satur­day di­vi­sion one saved the day by de­feat­ing lad­der leader Strath­mer­ton by 43 shots, win­ning all rinks.

Un­for­tu­nately other sides were not so suc­cess­ful.

Di­vi­sion two were de­feated by Fin­ley, di­vi­sion three play­ing at home to Jer­ilderie lost by 29 shots and di­vi­sion four went down to Fin­ley by 19.

The state sin­gles are be­ing played at Co­bram next Sun­day. First rounds start 9.30 am with sev­eral top bowlers from within the Mur­ray Bowls Di­vi­sion on show with top matches ex­pected.

Com­ing events: so­cial bowls on Tues­days; men’s trade day at Co­bram to­mor­row.

The next women’s trade day is at Tocumwal Golf on Novem­ber 28 fol­low­ing a break for the Vic­to­ria Open.

Pen­nant prac­tice is still on ev­ery Tues­day from 4.30 pm with all play­ers ex­pected to at­tend. Fri­day happy hour is a pop­u­lar ac­tiv­ity for mem­bers to en­joy.

BA­ROOGA SPORTS

All sides lost again on Fri­day and Satur­day. Not a good re­sult at all, not helped with a lot of play­ers un­avail­able but can­not use that as an ex­cuse.

The semi-fi­nal of the women’s cham­pi­onship was de­cided last Tues­day when Jill Toohey played Kerry Ralph in an en­ter­tain­ing game fought out right to the end.

Ralph won through in the end to play Ruth Bur­nett in the fi­nal on the morn­ing of Cup day.

Ge­off Mitchell and Peter Ware will also fight out the men’s cham­pi­onship at the same time be­fore the usual Cup day chicken and cham­pagne plus sweeps day.

The club has its Share the wealth day on Tues­day and a few more names are re­quired.

Women’s trade day is at Ba­rooga to­dayand play­ers please note that from now on start time is 9.30 am not 10 am.

Trade day re­sults for last week at Nu­murkah Golf, win­ners be­ing the only four-game win­ners in Ge­off Sut­cliffe, G. Thorn and Brian Gen­tle; run­ners-up were R. Smith, Kevin Saun­ders and Barry Turner.

Best first-game win­ners were the Pi­cola team of Keith Berger, John Gill and Bruce Agnew. Best sec­ondgame went to Peter Rus­sell, Ray Wright and John Sul­li­van. Best third-game win­ners were Neil ‘Nip­per’ Mack­lin, Joe Luci and Barry Cos­grove and the best last-game win­ners were Alan and Lau­rie Vinecombe to­gether with Jon Nash.

The jack­pot did not go off.

Keith’s Fri­day win­ners were Ken An­der­son and Graham Bax­ter with a good score of +23, run­ners-up Ron Quinn and Jim Es­cott +13.

Best first-game win­ners were Joan Greel­ish and Ge­off Brent­nall with +15, best sec­ond-game win­ners Archie El­lis and Ken New­ton with +12.

Win­ners of the wine were Colin Greel­ish and Des Toohey.

The jack­pot did not go off but was close and will be worth $81 this week.

The club pairs is get­ting down to the semi-fi­nals this past week­end and re­sults will be up­dated in team app this week.

Put Sun­day, De­cem­ber 16, in your di­aries now as the club will be cel­e­brat­ing its 20th an­niver­sary on that night in con­junc­tion with the club’s Christ­mas party. Names on board please.

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