Last weekend two consistency singles matches were played. David Beath played Cyril Webb where Cyril led up to the second last end 146-144 then David scored a nine on the last end to win the game 153-147. In the other match Matthew Lawrence played Bruce Webb in a close scoring game where Bruce won the game 151-134.
An O’Brien Cup match was also played with Kevin Walker and Don Rollinson playing against Terry Mooney and Garry Fairley. This was a one sided game with Kevin and Don winning 31-7.
Friday November 24 – There will be no organised barefoot twilight bowls but there will be novelty bowls events with names in by 6.00pm for 6.30pm start.
Saturday November 25 – Mixed mufti triples day with prize money of $500 proudly sponsored by The Canowindra Phoenix. Teams may be men, women or mixed men and women. Two games of 15 ends. Chinese lunch. 9.30am for 10am start.
Sunday November 26 – Mixed pairs – P Taylor and J Middleton v D Watt and A Zaino. B Webb and E Traves v M McMullen and M Wilson.
By Ian Nelder
Results of four social games played on Tuesday 21st November, one three bowl pairs, one triples and two fours. Pauline Carroll and Bobbie Turner defeated Jenny Daly and Leanne Stevenson 20-13. Shirley Robson, Jean Roth and Jeanette Wheeldon defeated Eleena Markcrow and Moyna Rue 19-11. Liz Thornberry, Betty Jenkins, Marion Wilson and Jo Davies defeated Colleen Crump, Joice McNaught, Diane Slattery and Nancy Morrow 18-13.
Ellen Petty, Daph Bryant, Libby Balcombe and Gwen Haydon had an 18 all draw against Deanna Noble, Sandy McDonald, Jill Messenger and Christine Pickard. The two fours teams were practicing for the 2018 Pennants.
A big welcome to Eleena Markcrow for coming and bowling with us, perhaps you may join our club at a later date. The Lucky Draw was won by Diane Slattery with No. 12. The points score winners for October were Joice McNaught and Penny Nash.
The Young Cherry Blossom Festival Triples was played last week. Our teams won two games each but not enough for a trophy. The winners were a team from Young and Sue Frankowitz’s (nee Lynch) team from Tumut came fourth.
By Shirley Robson