Tattam, Nicolle win pairs
LAWN BOWLS: Club championship results: Ladies’ pairs grand
final: Henny Tattam and Betty Nicolle defeated Shirley Wodson and Betty Whitehorn 21-12. Henny and Bette have had a great year in club competitions and will go on to contest the Champion of Champion competitions at district level in the pairs, the triples and the fours games.
The B-grade pairs grand final was washed out with the rain. The game is to be recommenced on a new suitable date. Men’s singles round results: Armando Isgro defeated David Dias 25-16. Men’s B singles semi-final: Andrew Butler defeated Neil Moore 25-24. Men’s fours grand final: Rick Galea, Nick Fernbach, David Dias and Tony Whitehorn defeated Bob McMahon, Armando Isgro, Nathan Harriott and Andy Bell 27-13. Men’s pennant
results: Round 6: June 2. Airlie Beach Division 2 played at home and had an all rinks up win defeating North Mackay with an aggregate score of 74-59. Division 5 also had a win defeating Seaforth with an overall aggregate score of 43-38. Division 6 had an away game and continued a great winning run (one rink up) against Northern Beaches and an aggregate score of 42-30.
Ladies’ pennant results: Round 1.
Division 2 Airlie Beach was defeated by North
Mackay at North Mackay with an aggregate score 34-33. Tuesday adies’ social
bowls: Two social games of triples were played. The teams were well matched. Jenny Ryder, Lane Telford and Doreen Peadon defeated Di Dobbins, Jill Spencer and Ladda Purdie 20-17 (13 ends). Elaine Kippen, Margaret Heeney and Julie Stark defeated Pam Collins, Regina Aquilina and Val Hadley 24-22 (11 ends) Business house bowls: Round Five: Team Sublime Painters is running top of the leader board one point ahead of Airlie Beach Hotel.
Scroungers and Sunday Bowls are cancelled for this week because it is the June Carnival weekend which will be played all day Saturday and Sunday, seven games and meet and greet for players on Friday evening.
TOP RESULT: Airlie Beach fours winners Rick Galea, Nick Fernbach, David Dias and Tony Whitehorn celebrate victory at the club at the weekend.