Wednesday's Point Score Pairs 10th April
Winners Bruce McMahon and Max Legge
Runners up Brian Pritchard and Edward Galley
Jackpot $400.00 Not won by Graham Wood and Ian Woodgate
Rink 1 Alex Stevens and Roy Anning lost 25/9 to Graham Wood and Ian Woodgate
Rink 2 Ken McMillan and John Mussig won 32/14 against Denis Potter and Trevor Wright
Rink 3 Trevor Handebo and Paul Beavis lost 22/18 to Bruce McMahon and Max Legge
Rink4 David Platt and William Toohey lost 18/15 to Brian Pritchard and Edward Galley
Friday's Jackpot Pairs 12th April
Winners Brian Pritchard and Terry Greenhill
Runners up Bob Musgrove and Sigi Ferchow
Jackpot $1200.00 Not won by Bruce McMahon and Dave Platt
Rink 1 Brian Pritchard and Terry Greenhill won 27/15 against Col Liddicoat and Paul Beavis
Rink 2 Jim Ireland and Trevor Wright lost 25/18 to Bob Musgrove and Sigi Ferchow
Rink 3 Bruce McMahon and Dave Platt won 17/15 against Len Williams and Graham Woods
Rink 4 Col Cattell and Ted Reksmiss lost 20/17 to Terry Gray and James Hayward
Rink 8 Mike Mitchell and Stuart Christison lost 18/16 to Ken McMillan and Eddy Galley
Rink 9 Rob Coulthart and Barry Schey lost 25/14 to Ian Biggs and Bill Toohey
Rink 10 Tony Cake and John Mussig won 18/14 against Trevor Handebo and Barry Jorgenson
Pennants round 8 played Saturday 13th April
No 2 Pennant away to Berry. Nowra won 2 rinks to 1 rink 62/55
Jamie Preo lost 20/17 to Adam Rigney Pat Duke won 23/17 against Peter Delamont
Scott Mathieson won 22/18 against Terry Hayes
No 4 Pennant home to Sibc. Nowra won 2 rinks to 1 rink 61/59
W Toohey won 20/18 against T Cody B Hollands lost 28/11 to E Rouse
R Anning won 30/13 against R Gasparrine
Round 9 Saturday 27th April No 2 Pennant away to Lake/Conjola
No 4 Pennant home to Sgb
Club Major Singles Sunday 13th April
Stuart Christison 31 John Mussig 20 Scott Mathieson 31 Barry Hollands 29
Shaun Ellery 31 Jamie Preo 27 Darren Draper 31 Barry Schey 23.
Culburra Beach Men
FRIDAY SOCIAL BOWLS 12TH APRIL 2019
Danny Nash , Kevin Dickens Ken O'Day 19 def 15 Harry Forbes , Ron Shoveller Warwick Hunt ( winners lucky rink draw ).
Alan Liebert Barry Epple 31 def 17 Roy Cartledge Lenny Thomas
Ray Lowe Ian Carre 24 def 5 Ken France Arthur Hanneman
ALF COOK PAIRS 10TH / 11TH APRIL 2019
28 Teams entered the 2 day event . Played over 6 games of 11 ends . perfect weather greeted the teams on both days , the greens were in magnificent order ( thanks to Luke Chris for all the hard work they put in ).
After 2 hard fought days of bowls the defending champions of 2018 were successful again in 2019 . 1st place with 6 wins + 53 margin were Scott Bateup John Green
2nd place with 6 wins + 34 margin were Luke Griggs Dave Caldwell . Dave came in at late notice to partner Luke who has only a handful of competitive games under his belt and they combined very well together over the 2 days .
3rd place with 5 wins + 19 margin Nick Fowler Mark Hobbill . 4th place with
5 wins + 5 margin from Wentworthville Brian Lemon Brian Wildson . 5th place with 4 wins , 1 draw + 47 margin were Shawn Chrisison Jamie Preo .
Culburra Beach mens bowls would like to thank the main club Julie Cauci from Ray White real estate for their sponsorship of this event.
MINOR SINGLES SEMI FINALS
Brendon Hughes 31 def 15 Luke Griggs , Trevor McGuire 31 def 15 Lenny Thomas .
MAJOR SINGLES QUARTER FINALS
Rick Neilsen 31 def 30 Stephen Munce , Garry Melleuish 31 def 22 Ian Carre
Laurie McLean 31 def 15 Ron Kirk , Geoff Steinhour 31 def 18 Chris James.
Tuesday social saw John Keeffe Garry Gilligan in the winners circle taking out first prize, second was Vince Erskine John Mathers, third going to Bob Brassington Mike Meisio, the jackpot spins were by Tom Smith Ray Salway who were unsuccessful as was Ed Jolley Greg Pulis.
On Thursday it was Harry Griffith Frank Picolini in first place with John Mathers Pepe Jakos second, the jackpot spins were by the prize winners both being unsuccessful.
Saturday saw all 3 pennant teams at home where the number 2's suffered their biggest loss of the season going down to Wisemans Park 41/72 on the big board, team Hiscox lost 13/17, team Skinner lost 9/36 while team West salvaged some pride drawing 19 all.
The number 5's had a great win 10/0 over Albion Park to keep their finals hopes alive, team Webster won 25/18, team Rae won 20/18 and team Griffith won 23/18 for a big board score of 68/54.
The number 7's were unlucky to go down by 2 on the big board once again the last bowl of the day resulted in Woonona's favour, team Hiscox won 20/14, team Duff lost 13/19 and team Hartigan came back from a 15 shot deficit to almost take the win but for the last shot and went down 21/23.
On Wednesday the major singles catch up game between Ken Smart Brian Fletcher was played with Ken outdrawing Brian for a 31/23 result.
On Sunday morning Harry Griffith was too hot for Daniel Hiscox playing really well to win 31/23.
The semi finals in the afternoon saw Harry take on Greg Salway and continued with his earlier form taking an early lead, however Greg playing some wonderful draw bowls got the upper hand of a tiring Harry and won 31/23.
In the other semi it was Luke West continuing his good form to win over Ken Smart 31/14 in an exhibition of draw bowls.
Coming events are Saturday social on Easter Saturday with double prize money, nominations for the Anzac triples are open teams can still register with Daniel.
Wednesday 10th April was again a great day for Bowls at Berry where two games of social triples and one game of pairs were played alongside two Major Singles matches.
In singles Adam Rigney beat Mark Power 31-14 and Paul Bezant beat Bob Dunn 31-20.
In the social pairs game Nick Nicholls Terry Hayes beat Graham Hook Robin Reid 19-15. In triples George Waddell, Peter Haddon Rob Folkard were too consistent for Brian Povey,Derek Raymond Lindsay McNamara winning 24-13. The other game was won by Brian Vickary Col Good David Lambert over Bill Chittick, Tom Froggatt Phil Chittick 26-20.
On Thursday 11th David Shaw beat Steve Kellett 31-17 in another Major Singles match.
On Saturday 13th grade 2 Pennants hosted the unbeaten Nowra club for a 1-9 loss on a fairly close big board 55-62.
Grade 6 travelled to Milton/Ulladulla again with a 1-9 result and a similar big board of 55-63.
Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen Men
The lovely autumn weather had players out just soaking up the fine weather. Wednesday had 30 bowlers playing one game of Triples and six games of Pairs. Saturday was a perfect afternoon with just a zephyr of a breeze. We had the Grade 4 teams at home to Mollymook Bowling Club and the Grade 6 away to St. George's Basin Bowling Club for Pennant matches. As well as this we had 13 players competing in one game of Mixed Social Triples and two of Pairs.
Wednesday 10th April was a glorious day for bowls with little wind and comfortably cool weather. Greens were running about 16 seconds.
Rink 2 Steve Hollington, Trevor Politch and Graham Mills played superb bowls to rout their opponents by 22 to 9 shots.
Rink 3 held the game of the week. Gary Way and Alessandro Lattanzio opened with a terrific two. Ian Abberley and Graham Eyre quickly evened the score on the third end and then found their sweet spot and scored a fantastic five to surge into the lead. They kept the pressure on and by the 13th end (unlucky for some) were up 15 to 9. Did they switch off or did Gary and Alessandro just find their concentration? We will never know but the result was that over the next 4 end Gary and Alessandro played brilliant bowls to catch then pass Ian and Graham by 18 to 15 shots. Ian and Graham responded the best way possible and evened the score at 18 all during the next 2 ends.
On the penultimate end, Gary and Alessandro dug deeply to move one shot ahead. Could they keep their mojo going? No, Ian and Graham won the last end by a shot to tie the game at 19 all. Now, after 21 ends, it was up to the count back. Ian Abberley and Graham Eyre won the game 11 ends to 10. What a game, boys. You made the blood run hot.
Rink 4 In another hard fought game, Gary Thurston and Don Salway played exceptional bowls to bring home the bacon by 18 to 12 shots
Rink 5 witnessed a torrid game where Greg Morphett and especially, Allan Furniss, played remarkable bowls to win by just 21 shots to 15.
Rink 9 saw a great win to Bert Madge and John Black, who played fantastic bowls to crush their opponents by 28 to 18 shots.
Rink 10 in a day of close, hard fought games Matthew Goddard and David Solomon game was no exception as they played brilliantly to win by the small margin of 17 shots to 14.
Rink 11 observed another close one with Bazza Waters and Tony Mikus just scraping in by 22 to 20 shots.
Draw Results 1st Draw Rink 2 Steve Hollington, Trevor Politch and Graham Mills 2nd Draw Rink 4 Gary Thurston and Don Salway 3rd Draw Rink 9 Bert Madge and John Black. Lucky Losers Rink 10 Max Stevens and Phill Rimmer. 1st Jackpot Spin Rink 5: Greg Morphett, Allan Furniss, John Newbold and Ray Solway. WON!!!
Saturday 13th was another glorious autumn day with 14-15 sec. Greens.
Rink 9 Denice Prentice (swinger), Wayne Austin and David Solomon could not do anything wrong as they crushed their opposition by a large score.
Rink 10 in a much tighter game, Karen Waters and Sigi Ferchow battled hard to win by just the one shot, 16/15.
Rink 11 Visitor Bev Thompson and Bazza Waters played absolutely fantastic bowls to give our guest a win by 21 shot to 13.
Draw Results 1st Draw Rink 9 Denice Prentice, Wayne Austin and David Solomon 2nd Draw Rink 10 Karen Waters and Sigi Ferchow
Fours V's Mollymook Bowling Club at home. Dave Milne's Team got up 31 to 07. Jim Jameison's Team tied 20 all. Harry Pearce's Team got up 31 to 12, this gave the Scoreboard to Ex-Servo's by 82 to 39. Therefore Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen's 4's won the day by 9 1/2 points to 1/2.
Six's V's St. Georges Basin Bowling Club away. Ray Solway's Team lost by 12 to 36. John Edwards's Team won by 20 to 17. John Black's Team won by 33 to 05, this gave the Scoreboard to Ex-Servo's by 65 to 58. Therefore the Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen's 6's won the day by 9 points to 1. Congratulations to all participants. A great day all round!
Wednesday 17th April Social Bowls payment by 12.30pm Saturday 20th April Mixed Social Bowls payment by 12.30pm. No Pennants, Easter. Friday 26th April Sponsor's Night.
All Bowls members and their partners are invited. 6.30pm downstairs at the Sports Club. Dress is smart, casual. Monday 6th May Veteran's and Super Veteran's Day at Berry.
With a good number of Social ladies out last Tuesday, 2 games of triples and a game of 4's were played. Winners were Maree Guilfoyle, Trish Tom and Lorraine Epple over Ann Dwyer, Jenny Anderson and Trish Bailey, Joy Hanneman, Margaret Gilchrist and Judy Watson over Annette Lapins, Narrelle Wetsteyn and Jean Eagleton, and Julie Cotton, Ruby Salmon, Carol Turton and Robyn Herbert over Edna Baxter, Elaine Turner, Carol Blackshaw and Helen Neilsen.
Thursday saw a group of our Social ladies travel to Huskisson to have a friendly game against our neighbouring clubs. After a lovely morning tea provided by the Huskisson ladies, everyone went out and enjoyed the warm sunny day and some friendly games.
Our number 5 Pennant team, after winning their Section, also travelled to Huskisson to play Milton Ulladulla in the Play-off. It was always going to be a tough game, and although our Culburra team of Julie Cotton, Ruby Salmon, Carol Turton and Robyn Herbert played some lovely bowls, Milton Ulladulla proved too strong on the day.
Congratulations to the ladies from Milton Ulladulla, and well done to our team for winning your Section and making it to the play-offs.