Whitsunday Times : 2018-12-13
SPORT : 52 : 52
52 SPORT whitsundaytimes.com.au Thursday, December 13, 2018 Presentation night celebrates big year Airlie Beach Bowls Club’s top achievers The club presentation night on Friday, December 7, was a great night with members and families enjoying good food and camaraderie.
This year club prizes were shirts for first-prize winners and dollars for runners-up.
Duncan Smith was the first one up on the stage to receive a shirt for “volunteer” of the year.
Duncan has run the scroungers for two years now and the Saturday morning game has become very popular for new bowlers and experienced bowlers wanting to keep up draw bowling skills. AIRLIE BEACH BOWLS: Tuesday ladies’ bowls :Is in recess until February 19. Open gender social bowls will continue over the December and January period on Wednesday and Sunday. Wednesday social bowls: The winning trio with the top aggregated scores was Elaine Kippen, Paul Durnsford and Rick Galea with 28 shots.
The second team was the triumvirate of Vicky Spann, Nick Fernbach and Bob Spees with 25 shots. Business house bowls: Winning team was Fishing World, skipped by Bob Spees.
Congratulations to the Fishing World crew on their success..
The club thanks Brian, who tirelessly runs the BHB competition.
The next round starts February 6.
Business houses wanting to put in a team for the next round can contact club manager Jayne Isgro at the club or by visiting the Airlie week were Pam Collins, Duncan Smith, Merv Stewart and Tony Whitehorn.
The grand final game will be played on Saturday, December 15, so there is still time to win a spot for that game. The winning team was Henny Tattam, Rick Galea and Tony Whitehorn winners with the greatest margin.
Another winning team was Lu Rogan and Margo Stanley. Beach Bowls Club Facebook page. Sunday social bowls: The heat or the Christmas season kept players away from the green.
The stayers kept comfortable under the shade cloth and had a great day. Scroungers: Finalists this Players experience a quiet week of bridge BRIDGE: and they bid a slam and got earning 1020 points. There were six flat hands when everyone bid NT and Spades five times with hearts twice and clubs once. We didn’t play on Friday and the next game will be this Tuesday night at the VMR from 6.15pm. After the Christmas activities we will probably continue playing, but Linda will advise players on that schedule. It was an interesting night last Tuesday after our big weekend with Renate and Gillian winning with 55 per cent and a three-way tie for second place with 50 per cent. This included Narelle and Neil, Chris and Di and Linda and Dewi. It was an amazingly close game with the winners one hand in front of the three pairs and Eric and Dale only one game less than them
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