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Round 3, Results, 5th May 2018.
NSG GO 9/10 A JB Kebabalon Bluebottles 7 d ST 9/10 A Black 6, REB Camery’s 2 d ALB Callala Cellars Meerkats 1, NNB Coffee On The Couch Bye.
NSG Go 9/10 B REB Flour, Water, Salt Bakery 14 d JB Sanctuary Point Childrens Centre Clams 1, ST NSG 9/10 B White 5 d REB Bomaderry Vets 3, ALB Shoalhaven Family Chiropractic Centre Cubs Bye.
11/12 A JB J & E Building Waves 50 d NNB Beds R Us 2, St 11/12 Jayco Nowra 52 d REB Rubies 7, LB Yes Optus Nowra Fantails 32 d ALB East Coast Steel Tigers 28.
11/12 B ALB Fantastic Furniture Nowra Bobcats 15 d NNB Bearded Brewer 0, JB Eastcoast Shower Screens & Mirrors Seals 42 d REB lime Building 1, JB Shoalding Gas Starfish 34 d ST 11/12 South Coast Site Rentals 7.
13/14 A NNB Shoalwelding 38 d NNB FAW Electrical 24, ALB Son –Line Concrete Pumping Cool Cats 45 d JB Elk & Willow Swordfish 25.
13/14 B LB Hit & Run 38 d ST 13/14 Farmers Markets 19, NNB Adane Furniture 20 d JB Kebabalon Penguins 15, ALB Fantastic Furniture Nowra Minx 31 d NNB Skelscaff 26, JB Stand Up Paddle Stingrays Bye.
15/17 A NNB Priceline Pharmacy 69 d NNB Athletes Foot 23, JB Shoalhaven River Cruise Dolphins 60 d JB Raine & Horne Huskisson Surfers 28, LB Skinn Hawks 63 d ST 15/17 Blue 18.
15/17 B JB Steve Purse Automotive Kingfish 24 d ALB Greenwell Point Bowling Club Wildcats 7, ST Club Nowra 30 d JB Hunt Removals Crayfish 23, NNB A C Lawyers 30 d ST Nowra Scrap Metal 20.
Division 1 SNA 15’s forfeit win d ALB Jaguars forfeited, LB Jet Locksmiths & Security 50 d JB Hunt Removals Sharks 29, NNB Budget Curtains 42 d REB Waterways Swim School 30, LB Integrity Real Estate Bye.
Division 2 REB Ragers 51 d ALB Pumas 17, GEMS –Choices Flooring Nowra 35 d ST Elizas Lighting 24, ALB Panthers 36 d LB Ann Sudmalis MP 28, NNB Wrays Warriors Bye.
Division 3 JB Carpet Court Nowra Barracudas 23 d ALB Cougars 7, LB logo Shack 35 d Saints Club Nowra 19, JB On The Bay Property Maintenance Dugongs 34 d ALB Leopards 30, NNB North Nowra Tavern Bye.
Division 4 LB Air Advantage 30 d LB Luscious Body Beautiful 16, JB Mermaids 47 d NNB Glenn Williams Psychology 20, Gems –PP Engineering 28 d REB Puppy Scrubs Grooming 14, STs Jayco Nowra 36 d Saints Club Nowra 16.
Callala RSL Country Golf Club Veteran
Another great day here at Callala Beach greeted a good field of 41 players that turned up today for a stroke event to win this month’s Vets Monthly mug.
This month’s winner with a score of a nett 66 off a handicap of 28, was John Latta. A good game John, well played. John came home 5 strokes clear of second placegetter Warwick Dolman with a nett score of 71 off a 14 handicap. Warwick had a great game, missing out on the mug, but a great score off a low handicap emphasised by getting nearest the pin on 3 of the 5 nearest the pin holes available. Well played. (What happened on the other two ??) Third man home today also on 71 off a 22 handicap was James Reardon who lost out on the countback.
Our gross score winner today was Billy Snelgrove with a round of 83 off the stick, a nett 72 off an 11 handicap. Hard to win against high handicappers when you’re giving away 17 shots Billy but you gave it a great try. Well played.
As Warwick obviously had a wobbly on the 3rd and 11th nobody else managed to put a ball on the green from the tee on those two holes.
Ball rundown today went down to a nett score of 76 with 14 players receiving a ball.
Nearest the pin winners were: 10th W. Dolman, 14th W. Dolman, 16th W. Dolman.
Raffle winners today were: H. Clarke, G. Jurotte, J. Latta, A. Purchase.
Avery nice Saturday morning saw ten of our members down at the Sussex Course to play in a Stableford event.
The fairways and greens were in excellent condition, but one thing was very noticeable and that was the number of kangaroos on the course.
The winner on the day was Sir Humphrey Slim with a great score of 21 stableford points, this was after wiping one hole.
Next was Kiwi with 19 points on a countback from Hank.
Nearest the pin on the 5th was Cyrano and the 9th went to Tommo who also won the drive and pitch on the 9th.
Thanks to the Mayor for standing in for Captain BB who could not make it today and to Skeeter our barbeque chef and his helper for today’s bacon and egg roll, which all the members enjoyed very much.
The Sussex Voucher was won today by Ned who wanted to know who picked his number out so he could share the prize with them.
Next week’s game is at Vincentia hit off at 8 am sharp.
Last Thursday saw 37 Nowra ladies play their third WGN & Golf NSW Monthly Medal. With the course playing and looking fantastic the scores certainly showed.
Division One winner Sandra England with a 72 Nett and Jenny Brown runner up with a 73 Nett
Division Two winner was Linda Trusler with a 75 Nett and runner up Patricia Austin with a 78 Nett
Division Three winner Anne Newton with a 77 Nett and Sandra Goddard runner up on 85 Nett
Ball rundown went nine places to 79 Nett
Sandra England showed her Putting skills with only 24 Putts
Sandra England also winning the Monthly Mug
Scratch for Div 1 Sandra England, Div 2 Linda Trusler and Div 3 Anne Newton.
NTP: 8th Div 1 Sandra Marshall, Div 2 Robyn Moore; 16th Div 1 Sandra England, Div 2 Linda Trusler, Div 3 Sandra Goddard
Jackpot 4th Div 1 Peta Merchant, Div 2 Sandra Rigney, Div 3 Sandra Goddard
Tomorrow Thursday May 10th will be 18 Hole Stableford.
The Country Club St Georges Basin Women
Last Friday we played the second championship round and the fourth medal round for 2018. 37 players took advantage of the weather and the rain-refreshed course to record some good scores.
Medal winners were Jenny Noden, 76, Lois Dwyer 74 and Jean O’Brien who had a 73 to claim her first medal.
Lois also won division 2 gross with 99 and overall veterans. Jean won division 3 gross with 112.
Division 1 gross was taken by Debra Weeks 83 ad her nett 77 gave her R/u. The putting competition and the long drive were also claimed by Deb. It finished just shy of the fairway bunker on the 4th hole. Kerry Mayer is playing consistently and was third in division 1 with 95/78.
Capt Vicki Critcher had 103/76 to be r/ u in second division, with joan Davoren 110/78 third.
Catherine Hayward showed determination, returning from injury to be r/u in division 3, while Rhonda Fields was third.
Drive and pitch was on 15 th hole, Deb. showed her talent there to win with a birdie. Ellen Glanville and Jan Wong won division 2 and three respectively. Jan is making a name for herself as the jackpot queen.
Myra Kara and Helen Davison won the long drive in second and third division.
We are half way in our championships and although numbers are down, the competition is keen.
A thought to work on........
Great champion Gary Player got it right when he said: “The more I practise the luckier I get.”
The weather for golf on Saturday was ideal for the Monthly Medal which was sponsored by Kel Campbell. Thank you Kel for your continued support. The coveted Monthly Mug was taken out by Hugh Lamond with a nett 64.
A Grade was won by Ted Downes 78/65 from Max Carney 77/67 and Joel Perkins 78/69 survived a countback for third. The Scratch was won by Stephen Rice with 74 and the long drive went to Joel Perkins.
B Grade was taken out by Hugh Lamond 81/64 from Neil Dinnie 80/65 and David Murphy 81/66. Neil Dinnie had the best Scratch score and Ben Elson from Mollymook had the longest drive.
C Grade went to Frank Cornell 87/67 from Greg Jennings 97/70 and George Parker 91/71 survived a three way countback for third. Frank Cornell won the Scratch and Phil White won the long drive. Balls cut out at 71 nett.
Nearest the Pins were won by Leigh Quinn (4th), Col Shepherd (8th), Royce de Strang (12th) and Fred Bowman (16th). Fred's shot on the 16th was 6cm from the hole and this won him the $1000 Jackpot. Well done, Fred.
Wednesday's competition was won by Gary Simek with 42 points from Tony Hosler & Tim O'Shea both with 40 points. Balls went down to 35 points. Nearest the pin on the 4th was won by Col Stubbs, the 8th to Peter Courtney and 16th to Trevor Bond.
On Tuesday the Vets played a 4 Person Texas Teams Stableford and the best 3 scores counted. The women's winners were Jeanette Bright, Des Thornett, Patricia Austin & Viv Mitchell with 123 points. Balls went to 113. Nearest the Pins were won by Viv Mitchell on the 4th, the 8th to Sandra Marshall, 12th to Di Pritchard and 16th to Jill Levi.
In the men's, Jamberoo came to the fore again with Terry Smith, David Cotterill & Gary Hemus (plus a mystery card) amassing 149 points. Runners up on 144 were Phil Davis, Phil Reid, Rick Currie & Mike Shanahan. Balls went to 132 points. Kevin Longford won nearest the pin on the 4th, "Rocket" Rod Elliott from the Heads won the Jackpot on the 8th, Stephen O'Neill was closest on the 12th and Phil Davis took out the 16th.
Many thanks to Derek Trusler, John Hatchman & Ian Hayes-Williams who have now installed all the synthetic grass matting on the escarpment tees. They are a great improvement.
This Sunday we are having a working bee to assist Louis tidy up the course for the upcoming ALPG event.
Worrigee Links Veterans
Winners John Black 67 Jim Sach 68 Peter Conlon 69 Al Steeden69 Jim Ireland 68 Chriss Witt 68
Ntpin 6th John Black 6th R Lyndon 8th S Achmo 17th Lyndsey Elliott
Drive&Pitch 4th Les Berghofer 9th Steve Cornford 15th Chris Witt
Mug Winners John Black Alsteeden Jim Ireland
Puts Paul Wallace 24
The Wray Owen Monthly Medal stroke event was played at Worrigee Links last Saturday as the fine run of great weather continued. Congratulations to Lez Wallace who cleaned up with a fantastic score of two under par 68 off the stick to record the best nett score of the day a 63 nett to win the A Grade Monthly Medal, the scratch trophy & the Monthly Mug, great golf Lez! The Runner up in A Grade also with a solid under par round of 69 off the stick was Brett Bishop with a 66 nett. Third place went to Dave Hedger with 68 nett. The B Grade winner was a visitor, Graham Reynolds, with a 68 Nett. The Runner up and B Grade Monthly Medal winner was Greg Fulthorpe with a 69 nett, Greg also won the B Grade scratch with an 83, he survived on a count back from third placed Ken Smith, also on 69 nett. The C Grade winner was another visitor, Chris Reynolds with a 66 nett, he also won the scratch trophy with an 88. The C Grade Monthly Medal winner was Dennis Rutherford with a 69 nett. Third place went to Greg Pank with a nett 70. Well done to all the novelty event winners, Phil Nicolaides won the Golden Shot Jackpot on the 6th hole and you needed 72 nett or better to win a ball. Last Thursday’s Open comp was won by Ken Cole with 41 points. The Runner up was Martin Daly with 40 points and third place went to Paul Maiolo with 38 points. This Saturday is a single Stableford event.
South Coast District
What a beautiful day to celebrate Nowra’s 70th Birthday.the green was full of excited bowlers from all our district,Bomaderry,Berry,Culburra,Calalla,Ex Servo’s,Greenwell Point,Gerringong,Huskisson,Lake Conjola,Milton Ulladulla,Moolymook,St Georges Basin.
The officials were Nowra President Carol Hollands,WBNSW Director Sandra Jowett,SCDWBA President Ann-Jane Brandley,District Vice President Meg McClure,District Publicity Suzanne Stevenson.
After our friendly game of bowls we all came in for a delicious luncheon and President Carol,Director Sandra and President Ann cut the loverly cake.
We had a Toast of Life Member and Patron Mary Thurbon.President Carol thanked all the ladies for celebrating their day.
Wednesday’s Drawn Jackpot Triples & Pairs 2nd May
Winners W Toohey and D Draper Runners up D Platt and R O’Grady
Jackpot $1200.00 J Hayward spun the jackpot wheel for his team but missed out
Game results rink 9 K McMillan and C Edwards 17 lost to J Pratt and E Galley 21
Rink 10 G Chittick and G Legge 7 lost to D Platt and R O’Grady 25
Rink 11 J Hayward-B Pritchard and I Woodgate 19 beat I Biggs-B McMahon and L Williams 14
Friday’s Nominated Jackpot Pairs 4th May
Winners I McKinnon and T Wright Runners up K McMillan and G Legge
Jackpot $1200 Won by I McKinnon and T Wright
Game results rink 8 Triples game
Rink 9 I McKinnon-T Wright beat S Christison-N Darvill 17/14
Rink 10 B Pritchard-B Toohey beat J Ireland-R Coulthart 28/16
Rink 11 K McMillan-G Legge beat J Hayward-M Mitchell 20/17
Rink 12 C Edwards-R Anning beat L Norman-C Browne 34/16
Rink 13 F Larter-R Marquis beat B McMahon-D Platt 28/20
Rink 14 R Musgrove-S Ferchow beat S Woodgate-I Woodgate 19/18
Club Major Pairs 2nd May
W Toohey and D Draper 22 beat B Hollands and R Anning 10
Club Major Pairs Saturday 5th May
J Ireland and M Keane beat I Biggs and J Mussig 24/22
Club Major Pairs Sunday 6th May
T Flinn and M Mitchell beat W Toohey and D Draper 27/17.
Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen Men
Cool, clear and sunny weather made playing conditions ideal for lawn bowls. Wednesday saw 38 players enjoying a cool and clear afternoon with a zephyr from the South East. Five games of Social Triples and two games of Social Pairs were contested. A cool, sunny afternoon on Saturday saw 3 Club Major Singles Championship matches as well as 12 social players enjoy with 2 games of Mixed Social Triples. This weekend also held the District Singles Championships. Our club was host to the District President Reserve Singles elimination matches.
Wednesday 2nd May the fast paced greens were great to play on.
Rink 1 Steve Hollington, Bert Watson and Dooley Gould played superb bowls in a close tussle to overcome their opposition 17 to 15 shots.
Rink 2 was another Triples game where Graham Price, Gary Way and Alan Rose were just too good for their opposition got home by 20 shots to 16.
Rink 3 saw Matthew Goddard, Joe Wright and John Mac play outstanding bowls to thrash their opponents by 24 to 10 shots
Rink 4 in one of the closer games of the afternoon, Phill Rimmer, Les Stuart and Terry Wright had a magnificent win by 5 shots, 24/19.
Rink 5 held the last game of Triples, Dion Thurston, John Newbold and Alessandro Lattanzio played outstanding bowls to annihilate their opposition and win by 23 shots to 15.
Rink 6 in the first game of Pairs, Ian Abberley and John Edwards slaughtered their opponents by 23 to 11 shots.
Rink 7 In the game of the week, Tommy Smith and Peter Smith got away to a flyer, to be leading by 8 shots to 0 on the 6th end. Not to be outdone, Allan Furniss and Michael Edwards dug deeply and clawed their way into the lead with a fantastic 3 on the 13th end to be 12 shots to 9 in front. Tommy and Peter closed the gap by winning the next 2 ends by a shot each but Allan and Mick would not be denied. They responded by winning the next 2 ends by a shot each. What could Tommy and Peter pull out of their hat to stop the rot? Terrific bowling resulted in a fabulous 4 that had them back in the lead at 16 to14 on the 19th end. Allan and Mick fought back valiantly to win the penultimate end by a shot leaving them only 1 shot in arrears. Who would win that oh so important last end? Tommy Smith and Peter Smith, that’s who won the end by a shot to take the game by 17 shots to 15. Great bowls gentlemen!
Players Draw won by: Phil Rimmer
1st Spin Not won
2nd Spin Not won.
Saturday 5th May was a cool, bright afternoon with a gentle breeze from the West. The greens were perfect.
Club Major Singles Championship
Rink 4 Dave Milne defeated Garry Thurston by 31 shots to 19.
Rink 5 Michael Edwards defeated Bert Madge by 31 to 28 shots.
Rink 6 Paul Goddard defeated Bazza Waters by 31 shots to 11.
Mixed Social Bowls
Rink 9 In a Mixed Triples game, Matthew Rosina, Alan Morrissey and Pat Leach were never headed as they overpowered their opposition by 24 to 17 shots.
Rink 10 held the other game of Triples with Matthew Goddard, Alex Leach and Allan Furniss just getting home on the 22nd end by 20 shots to 18.
1st Prize Rink 10 Matthew Goddard, Alex Leach and Allan Furniss
2nd Prize Rink 5 Michael Edwards and Gary Way
3rd Prize Rink 9 Matthew Rosina, Alan Morrissey and Pat Leach
District President’s Reserve Singles
Rink 1 H. Wainwright defeated A. Mason 31/22.
Rink 2 G. Payer defeated H. Toepfer 31/18.
Rink 3 Ray Solway defeated M. Sheridan 31/13
Won on a withdrawal S. Grainger
Sunday 6th May. Perfect weather for lawn bowls with fast greens.
District President’s Reserve Singles
Rink 1 A. Rhoden defeated R. Amos 31/22
Rink 2 Ray Solway defeated S. Grainger 31/21
Rink 3 H. Wainwright defeated G. Payer 31/17
Rink 4 Alessandro Lattanzio defeated Gary Thurston 31/19
Rink 5 Ray Solway (Ex-Servos) defeated H. Wainwright (Milton/ Ulladulla) 31 to 24.
Rink 6 Alessandro Lattanzio (Ex-Servos) defeated A. Rhoden (St. Georges Basin) 31 to 24.
Therefore our Club is represented by two players in the Semi-finals at the Basin on 27th May.
Monday 7th May Vets and Super Vets day at Sussex Inlet Bowling Club 9 for 9.30am.
Wednesday 9th May Social bowls payment by 12.30pm. Club Major Singles Championship matches
Saturday 12th May Mixed Social Bowls payment by 12.30pm. Club Major Singles Championship matches
Sunday 27th May Club AGM. 10.00am start. Nominations for office to Ian Abberley by 12th May. Semi and Finals of the District President Reserve Singles Championships at St. Georges Basin.
Our lady bowlers are taking advantage of the beautiful warm weather we are having. Last weeks’ Tuesday winners were Ruth Joannou, Margaret Gilchrist and Narelle Wetsteyn over Maree Guilfoyle, Leanne Wellis and Joy Hanneman, and Anne Dwyer and Trish Bailey over Ruby Salmon and Marea Challender.
While the social ladies were enjoying their games, the first round of our Major Pairs was also played. All games were well played and congratulations to Lorraine Epple and Jean Eagleton over June Jones and Gail Scott, Carol Blackshaw and Jenny Castellan over Carol Turton and Eileen Hunter, and Sandra Annetts and Nancye Carre over Marilyn O’Day and Helen Neilsen.
Thursday was another glorious and warm day, and while our social ladies played their games the Semi Final of the Major Pairs was also played.
Social winners were Lynne McKee and Eileen Hunter over Marea Challender and Helen Neilsen, and Elaine Turner, Margaret Gilchrist and Marilyn O’Day over Diane Dawes, Carol Turton and Judy Watson.
Both the semi-final games for our Major Pairs were played in great spirits and the winners were Trish Bailey and Kristi Buckley over Lorraine Epple and Jean Eagleton, and Sandra Annetts and Nancye Carre over Carol Blackshaw and Jenny Castellan. The final is set to be a great game and good luck to Sandra, Nancye, Trish and Kristi.
Our Open Triples is set to be played this week with everyone looking forward to a great competition and catching up with friends from our neighbouring clubs.
Again, in near perfect bowling conditions, on Tuesday, May 1, Lesley Harbrow and Terry McMillan played the final of the Major Singles. Lesley took the early lead 9 – 2, on the 6th end. Even though Terry was holding shots on most ends, Lesley came in to win the ends and keep her lead. Lesley won the championship, 26 – 9, the score not indicative of the game. Congratulations to both players for a great game. Thank you to Lyn Byrne for marking the game. The sheet for the Pairs is on the notice board, please put your names up before the draw on May 15.
Fine, sunny, autumn weather provided near perfect bowling conditions on Saturday, May 5. This set the scene for the final of the men’s Major Singles between Anthony Fisher and Greg McMillan. Greg trailed Anthony 2 – 20 on the 13th end and it looked like an early finish to the game. Greg came back winning the next 8 ends, to bring the score to 18 – 22. Anthony regrouped his thoughts, winning the game and championship, 31 – 23, on the 28th end. Thank you to Ron Wilkinson for marking the game and to the spectators who attended to support the players.
Sunday, May 6, the men held their AGM. This meeting was well attended. Greg McMillan was re-elected as President. Vice Presidents are Dennis Beazley and Ron Wilkinson. Treasurer is Bob Fowler and Pat Ford retains the position of Secretary. Glenn Brindle takes on the position of Bowl’s Organiser with Marty Gehrke, Steve Blackley and Pauli Kennedy as the Assistant Bowls Organisers. The Selectors are Bob Fowler, Dion Gadd and Anthony Fisher. Ron Wilkinson and Dennis Beazley are Delegates. The Match Committee is Steve Foley, Garry Manning and Dennis Beazley. Publicity Officer is Lyn Byrne. A big thank you to the out-going executive and welcome to the new one.
Odd numbers on Wednesday 2nd necessitated a match of Cutthroat which resulted in competitive bowling with the final result going to Phil Chittick from Nick Nicholls and Lindsay McNamara. Matches of note were triples won by Brian Vickery, Rob Folkard and visitor Alan Watts from Walter Garcia visiting from Shoalhaven Heads, Peter Webb and Col Good. The other match saw Mick Vassallo back on the green supported by Brian Povey and Barry Dunn and after being tied on end 17 they went on to defeat Peter Haddon, George Waddell and Tom Froggatt by one shot.
Despite the completion of the District pennants attendance on Saturday 5th was not good. Three triples matches were played with visitor K. Jenkinson, Tom Froggatt and Peter Webb defeating Shirley Webb from Ladies Club, Lindsay McNamara and Barry Dunn and in the other match John Payne, Nick Nicholls and Terry Hayes proved to good on the day for Phil Chittick, David Lambert and visitor Alan Watts.
At this date it is expected that the new Championship format of the Mixed Fours will be played on Saturday 19th May.
In other news, two of Berry's younger members who have graduated from the junior ranks in recent years, namely Ben Watson and Paul Bezant, have taken out the 2018 Club Major Pairs Championship from the experienced combination of Nick Nicholls and Peter Delamont.
Ben Watson and his skip Paul Bezant set the pattern for the match when they scored five counters on end five and from this point of the match it was obvious that Nick Nicholls and Peter Delamont despite their experience and determination were going to find it hard to catch the lead that Ben and Paul kept compiling. When Nick and Peter made an increase in their score Ben and Paul showed their skills on the day by scoring nine counters over three consecutive ends mid game which virtually assured them of the eventual victory.
Shoalhaven Darts Association
Results round four split comp:
First Division: Marlins def Misfits 10 games to 1. Phil Reeves and Matt Goozeff led the way with five finishes and Phil had the high score of an excellent 180. For Misfits, Rex O’Brien won his singles and Ken Kelleher had the high score of 125.
Bandits def Fishos 8 games to 3. Trevor Hay had five finishes and Dave Hogan and Peter Coggins had the high score of 140. For Fishos who were playing one short, Jamie Browne and Graham Thompson had three finishes each and each shared the high score of 140 with Joe Frocka.
Mohawks def Eagles 6 games to 5. Darren Brudenell had four finishes and also had the high score of a great 180. For Eagles, Mick Coggins and Justin Ganderton had three finishes each. Matt Craig and Peter Vider had the high score of 140.
Pointscore: Mohawks 26 – 112, Marlins 20 – 103, Eagles 16 – 95, Fishos 16 – 72, Bandits 14 – 81, misfits 2 – 26.
Second Division: Squaws def Devils 7 games to 4. Kelly Hogan and Kay Dowell had four finishes each. Gloria Liddicoat had the high score of 104. For Devils, Julieann Maney had four finishes and Jodi Reed had the high score of 132.
Taipans def Ex-servicemen 7 games to 4. John Perrin and Kate Watson had four finishes and Kate had the high score of 140. Ken O’Neill and Tim Howe had four finishes each and Ken had the high score of 140.
Pointscore: Ex-servicemen 14 – 65, Squaws 12 – 64, Devils 4 – 40, Taipans 4 -39.
Triples are coming up so get your names on back of game sheet if you wish to play in them. There are no reserves so be sure you can play all games.
Pirates Defeated Phoenix 8-3
Phil Reeves was best player for Pirates with four finishes and Phil shared the high score honors of 140 with Peter Wood, Woody also had a great 110 peg. Deb King had three finishes and Karey deBakker threw 125. For Phoenix, Jodie Armstrong had three finishes while Danny Watson and Matt Craig had two each. Danny top scored with 140.
Dragons Defeated Mohawks 6-5
Kaylene Hackett was best player for Dragons with four finishes and Peter Vider had three. Georgie Vider top scored with 138 and Jeff Brooks and Peter threw 135. Matt Goozeff had five finishes and 140 for Mohawks and Shirley Butler bagged three finishes. Stacey Flentjar threw the high score of 120.
Cherokees had the bye.
Point score: Pirates 18-81: Mohawks 18-71: Dragons 16-76: Phoenix 12-54: Cherokees 10-58.
Camels Defeated Kookaburras 7-4
Peter Godfrey had five finishes for Camels and Sue Kenny had three finishes and 108. Trevor Green top scored with 140. For Kookaburras Maureen Donno and Therese Bournes had three finishes each while Tim Howe had two finishes and 140. Leanne Blair threw the high score of 110.
The Bangers Defeated Coyotes 6-5
Graham Thompson led the way for The Bangers with four finishes and 135. Julieann and Becci Maney had three finishes. For Coyotes Ken Kelleher had four finishes and Berlinda Pritchard had three. Peter Coggins top scored with 140.
Meerkats had the bye.
Point score: Camels 12-68: The Bangers 12-65: Coyotes 4-42: Kookaburras 4-38: Meerkats 0-25.
Draw for Thursday, May 10
Ct. 1. 6.30pm. Rudd's v N/ Ninjas (D. N/Dig); 7.30pm. N/Nutters v N/Dig. (D. N/Ninjas)
Ct. 2. 6.30pm. S/Punch v Valkyrie (D. Chicks); 7.30pm. Cougars v Chicks (D. S/Punch)
Ct. 3. 6.30pm. Cougars v Ulladulla (D.All Net); 7.30pm. All Net v O/School (D. Ted)
NB. Coaches have a bye this week and Cougars play two games.
Peridot defeated Blue Topaz, 3 sets 29 games to 3 sets 28 games, top scorers were Phyllis on 22 and Ruth on 22.
Aquamarine defeated Opal, 6 sets 37 games to 0 sets 21 games, top scorers were Cheryl & Leonie on 25, all opal on 14 games. Thanks to Judith for subbing
Citrine defeated Garnet, 6 sets 36 games to 0 sets 13 games, top scorers were all Citrine on 24 and Karen on 12. Uneven match due to too many subs in Garnet. Thanks to those that subbed
Thursday Night Mixed
Federer defeated Tsonga, 5 sets 36 games to 1 set 19 games, top scorers were all Federer on 18, Mel & Harrison on 12
Nadal defeated Wawrinka, 4 sets 29 games to 2 sets 27 games, top scorers were Markus Tarrant on 19 and Matt Davies on 16
Djokovic defeated Kyrgios, 3 sets 26 games to 3 sets 23 games, top scorers werew Evan on 16 and Glen on 18. Thanks to all those that subbed
Queen defeated The Who, 5 sets 34 games to 1 set 20 games, top scorers were Pat & Jack on 18 and Jenny on 14
Led Zepplin defeated The Beatles by 4 sets 30 games to 2 sets 20 games, top scorers were Barry on 19 and Andrew on 14
Black Sabbath defeated The Doors, 4 sets 30 games to 2 sets 25 games, top scorers were Toby on 19 and Mark on 18
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