Congratulations to Moruya 2s who defeated Lake Conjolla by one shot and will now play in the State Finals.
Despite organisational difficulties Moruya 5's defeated Cooma by 10 shots and will now play Nowra this Saturday to progress to the State Finals.
Wednesday May 17:
Winners: J Halls, B McKay and S Cooper.
Runners Up: G Murray, B Thurlow and D Dearing.
The jackpot was not won and is worth +$680 next Social Wednesday (31 May).
First Resting Toucher: G Reed.
Wednesday - Triples/pairs - start 12.45pm - entry by 11.30am
Saturday - Pairs - start 12.30pm - entry by 11.30am
Third Saturday of month - nominated pairs - start 12.30pm entry by 11.45
Place entries on sheet in club or phone answering service on 44742108
Note: Closing time for entries is 11.30am
Details of club activities can be found on the "Moruya Mens Bowling Club" facebook page.
Malua Bay Men
For week ending 21 05 2017
Wednesday 15 05 2017 – Selected Three Bowl Triples
Winners – F Herzog / N Clark / P Cordy def J Jones / K Ryan / J Shalders
Other Winners – D BEavan / M Gittins , Penti / S Baric / P Hutchinson , A Cox / J Signor / J Chapman
Thursday 2017 – Nominated Pairs
Winners – P Hutchinson / B Thurlow def M O’Bryan / A Holloway
Runners Up – N Clark / T hunt def J Taylor / R Beeley
Other Winners – S Maher / P Jeffs, J Roodenrys / H Garad / A Foote , M Alves / B Wren , P Cordy / V
White , G Henwood / J Muldrew.
Tomakin Twist Tops
It was a beautiful day on Sunday to bowl, very warm and the sun was shining - perfect.
No music, however, as there was a Zone Pennant Final on other green, so we all had to behave!
Winners with most winning ends – Terry Monty Montgomerie, Madge “Maggi Noodles” Elliott and John “Boothy” Booth.
Runners-up were tied: John Jackson, a visitor from Stratford, Victoria, and Flo “Flo-Jo” Young.
Derek James was another Victorian visitor and Jo “Josie” Harding.
Breakfast trays won by Derek James and Sammy B.
Madge Elliott picked rink 12 to try for Jackpot .
Brian “Whizza” Wheeler split the pack of cards and missed Joker by 1 card; bad luck Brian.
Everyone is welcome to Sunday Twist Tops, so come along and join the fun; names in by 8am, on the green at 8.30 am.
Monday’s sunny and sometimes windy conditions were enjoyed by 39 bowlers with Browny and Punter Alan organising the cards and raffle.
Winners on 21 were visitors from Vic and WA Peter and Roger teaming with Steal Coulson. runners-up on 20 were Roger C-toe, Loquacious Lloyd and the Goose.
The first of many resting touchers went to Bluey Ralph and the $107 jackpot was not claimed. The wrong bias sinners were Packman Ace, Dipper Ron, Macedonian Illya and of course Ex.PM Neil with two.
Raffle winners were Par Wain, Steal again, gospeller Bob and the Adams family boy Ken.
The fine weather continued for 38 Thursday bowlers except for the late finishers with the highest winning margin as the game decider.
Winners on 29 in the foursome were a couple of Margarets, Joiner and Ponder, cobber Dudley and Lloyd Atticus from runners-up on 27 Hi-ain’t MacGregor, Stroke Barklem and Hook-ara Pearce.
The first resting toucher was scored by John Jnr. but the $462 jackpot didn’t go off. The raffle prizes went to Jnr., Maureen Mack, Mayor Brian, Scarf-man Jack, Richard Bad-rim, Steal McKibbon and gospeller Anne.
In the 2nd round of the major pairs championship, the pairing of a Fitter Marty and Par Wain scored first against Shark Finn and Garry L-rentacar (sub. for Cobber Peter) but they stayed on I point for 7 ends while the opposition scored 13, stayed on 2 for 3 ends while the others went to 17, then 3 and 4 each for 2 ends while the others went to 22 and then on 7 for 5 ends while Finn and Garry got to the 19th end and an unbeatable at 27/7 scoreline.
Torf Asdads and Barry Arm-inter in their match against cobber Dudley and Punter Alan got away to lead 8/0 after 4 ends and 12/2 after 8 before Alan and Dudley got into gear to tie 12-all after 12 then raced away to lead 19/13 after 17.
Torf and Barry then got back to 17/20 at the 20th end but 2 on the last end saw Alan and Dudley home, winning 22/17.
Graham or Brett and skip Gospeller Bob also got away well leading Snoopy Leigh and Shoe-man Dave 8/7 after 7 ends and 15/7 after 11 ends but then stayed on 17 for 4 ends before being tied up 17-all at the 16th and 19-all at the 19th.
Then Dave and Leigh scored 2 on the last end to win 21/20 in a close fought game.
Although Browny and John Jnr. scored first in their match against Wayne B-perch and Par Budin, they were well behind 12/3 after 7 ends but had other plans coming back to 12/11 after 13 ends.
There it ended as Wayne and Norm scored 13/2 over the last 7 ends for a 25/13 winning score.
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