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ClubMul­wala Out­door Bowls

A great week of bowls this week, good weather, and plenty of ac­tion on the greens.

Tues­day saw A2 at home to Be­nalla; this was the tough­est con­test of the sea­son for our club.

We were given a les­son on all rinks which re­sulted in a re­sound­ing loss, we will need to im­prove be­fore our next meet­ing with them. B1 were at home to Wa­reena Park, where they con­tin­ued the good form with a sound win.

Satur­day found both our teams at home to Corowa Ser­vices;

B2 had a close hard tus­sle all day with scores very close at the tea break, all rinks set­tled well af­ter the break even­tu­ally scor­ing a solid win. B5 struck very tough com­pe­ti­tion, go­ing down on two rinks and win­ning the third, with

enough shots to draw the day, good team re­sult.

Fur­ther rounds of the Men’s sin­gle cham­pi­onship were played on Sun­day with some great skills to the fore.

John Thurl­ing and Mark Smith were 23 each on the last end with John draw­ing the shot to take out the match.

Cliff Mor­ton and Peter Humphreys were 24 each on the last end, Cliff held two shots with Peter draw­ing in with his last bowl to take shot, two in­cred­i­ble matches of the high­est stan­dard.

But wait there is more; the Ladies played one game of their cham­pi­onship, with Kaye Smith and Mar­garet Pretty putting on a first class dis­play.

Once again the scores were level at 23 each on the last end, Kaye even­tu­ally tak­ing the win.

What a fan­tas­tic morn­ing of bowls, of a very high stan­dard, con­grat­u­la­tion to all play­ers.

We are just hold­ing our own in pen­nant at the mo­ment, with the re­sults show­ing prac­tice

is needed to en­sure we im­prove and con­sis­tency over the sec­ond half of the sea­son,

ev­ery­one can ben­e­fit from some ex­tra time on the green.


The Christ­mas Party set down for Tues­day, De­cem­ber 11 is look­ing like one not to be missed. There is still room for more, so come along, sup­port your club and have a great night.

The list is on the no­tice board.

Great con­tested semi-fi­nals have been seen in the last week.

The Club Cham­pi­onship fi­nals will be held on Sun­day, De­cem­ber 16, start­ing at 10am.

In the Men’s fi­nal last year’s cham­pion Gary San­ders will play against the for­mi­da­ble Ray Irvine, whilst Robyn Moore will take on last year’s cham­pion Lau­reen Smith.

Will last year’s champions go back to back or will Ray or Robyn, or both spoil their thun­der?

Ev­ery­one is in­vited to come along and wit­ness the out­come.

The Ladies B Grade fi­nal is be­tween Sue Evans and Marie White­head. It will be held on Thurs­day, De­cem­ber 6. Well done to both ladies for mak­ing it through to the fi­nal.

The Men’s 100 Up fi­nal will be con­tested be­tween Daryl Rich­mond and Ray Irvine at a date to be set.

This week Anne Miles heads to Tassie as part of the Vic­to­rian team for test matches against Tas­ma­nia, and then joins with Carolyn Reilly in Frankston for the State Over 60’s Fi­nal.

No rest for these girls, they just keep go­ing and go­ing. Good bowl­ing, girls.

Re­sults this week

A1 - YMGCR 83 beat Corowa Civic 65. A Miles 30/26, R Irvine 24/20, L Smith 29/19

A2 - Mo­ria 36 lost to YMGCR 101. K Kin­nane 29/22, R Hum­mel 43/3, B Evans 29/11

A3 - YMGCR 81 beat Moyhu 64. E James 28/21, S Rem­pel 25/22, D McNeill 28/21

B1 - Be­nalla 97 beat YMGCR 61. I Cum­ming 13/41, I Morf­few 33/27, T Durkin 15/29

B2 - Wodonga 92 beat YMGCR/Mul­wala 50. G Fisher 16/37, J McGough 15/37, Mul­wala 19/18. Win­ners - K Kin­nane, I Cum­ming. +10. Run­ners Up - N Mil­lar, G Fisher. +10. Jack­pot not claimed.

A1 - Corowa Civic 72 lost to YMGCR 102. R Irvine 36/12, J Le­fevre 25/18, G San­ders 23/22, L Spencer 18/20

A2 - YMGCR 102 lost to Ruther­glen 110. R Lidger­wood 18/41, V Brin­cat 28/29, W Lowrie 30/13, R Hum­mel 26/27

A4 - Myrtle­ford 80 lost to YMGCR 128. P Lidger­wood 27/27, S Rem­pel 34/15, D McNeill 33/21, J McGough 34/17

B2 - YMGCR 90 beat St James 46. B But­ter­worth 37/13, I Morf­few 27/15, S Hum­mel 26/18

B5 - Corowa Civic 69 beat YMGCR 60. I Cur­rie 21/18, P Bel­lis 19/30, N Mil­lar 20/21 Tues­day, De­cem­ber 4. Mid­week Pen­nant Wed­nes­day, De­cem­ber 5. Men’s 3 Bowl Pairs Thurs­day, De­cem­ber 6. Ladies So­cial and B Grade Fi­nal.

Satur­day, De­cem­ber 8. Week­end Pen­nant. Good bowl­ing and stay healthy.

Yar­ra­wonga Bowls

There is a sheet on the board for our Christ­mas Breakup. Satur­day De­cem­ber 15, 6.30pm for 7pm din­ner.

Free chicken and ham, salad and drinks at bar prices. The ham­per will be drawn and there will be mu­sic. Come along for what prom­ises to be a fun night.

We still have some tressle ta­bles to give away free. They are 1800mm X 750mm with a wood­grain lam­i­nate top. They would be handy for many uses, even for a work shed or to use to re­pot plants etc.

Novem­ber 27 - A1 played Myrtle­ford and won with all 3 rinks get­ting up.

B1 played Swan­pool and won with 2 rinks get­ting up.

Mid­week pen­nant teams are do­ing very well on the lad­der with A1 hold­ing 2nd po­si­tion and B1 in 1st po­si­tion.

A great ef­fort keep up the good work.

De­cem­ber 1 - A1 played Be­nalla and lost with just the 1 rink get­ting up.

A3 also played Be­nalla and lost as Be­nalla were far too good on the day.

B2 played Corowa Civic and in a very close game lost by just 2 shot with 2 rinks get­ting up.

Twi­light Bowls is on Thurs­day nights, 6 pm sausage siz­zle for 6.30pm bowls.

Coach­ing is on every Fri­day star­ing at 3.15pm so go along and im­prove your skills.

Re­sults for the past week were - Mon­day Novem­ber 26 - Win­ners – R Tait and P Okane. Run­ners Up – E Holder and J Spier­ling. The Jack­pot was claimed by B Batty, A Tom­lin­son, B Hae­bich and N Borg.

Wed­nes­day Bowls was can­celled due to low num­bers.

Thurs­day Novem­ber 29 - Win­ners – D Mar­shall and R But­ler. Run­ners Up – H Smith and T Vokes.

Next weeks games are Mon­day 2-4-2 and Wed­nes­day Jack­pot Triples, these games start at 12.30pm and names need to be down by 11am on the day.

To our mem­bers that are not well now, we wish them a speedy re­cov­ery.

To all good health, good bowl­ing and good fel­low­ship.

Tungamah Bowls

Tungamah played St James at St James. Tungamah won one rink and lost 2 but won over­all with 79 shots – 75, with S Flana­gan’s team hav­ing the win of the day with 36 shots to N Hew­son 21 shots.

T Costi­gan’s team fin­ished 25 shots to M Mil­son’s 32 shots.

G Samp­son’s team were 18 shots to B Parker 22 shots in what was fairly close for most of the day.

At the end of the first round Tungamah are top of the lad­der with 1 game clear of St James in sec­ond place.

Good bowl­ing to all in round 2.

ClubMul­wala In­door Bowls

Win­ners with 32pts were Brian Robert­son – Anne McKain – Jan Stephens. Run­ner up with 29pts were Ian Holmes – Judi Cum­mins – Joan Wil­son. Third with 23 points were Tri­cia Mur­phy – Val Bryce – Fran Smith.

Reg had the mis­for­tune to have an al­ter­ca­tion with a gar­den rake and came off sec­ond best with a beaut “shiner”.

Win­ners with 34 pts were Morna Tom­lin­son – Gwen Owen – Marita Ryan. Run­ners up with 20+2pts were Jeanette Davies – Judi Cum­mins – Betty Blick – Ge­off Charl­wood. Third with 20-12 pts were Ellen Buck­ley – Chris Liberg – Noe­line Leary.

Thurs­day De­cem­ber 6 will be our last day of bowl­ing for 2018, re­turn­ing pos­si­bly Fe­bru­ary 4 2019.

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