Tomakin Sports and Social Club
Club Fours Final
Nick Paull, Dick Pooley, L Vincent and S Clarke defeated Barrie Stone, Ken Franklin, Bob Jones and Henry Butler 21 - 14.
Robbie Richardson and Gary Chapman defeated Murray Hardy and Rick Hardy 31 - 11.
Peter Harris and Nick Tiyce defeated Jim Martin and Ken Higgins 20 - 11.
Pat Canny and David Walker to play Brian Bacon and Stuart Megee on Sunday 11 March 2018.
Brock Thomson and Trevor Trevillian had a Bye.
Grade 4: Bye.
Grade 6: Tomakin 0 v Narooma 10.
Grade 7: Tomakin 0 v Tuross Heads 10.
Thursday 1 March 2018 - Winners R Hardy, K O'Donnell and C Hill from runners-up P Harris and S Grigg.
Monday 5 March 2018 - Winners K Austin and P Hutchinson from runners-up M O'Brien and Thurlow.
Tuesday 6th February 2018 was a very iffie day with showers but we were able to get a full game in.
Two games of triples:
Ann Saunders/Miranda Jackson, Maureen Richards and Judy McRae def Margaret Sillett/Sandy Cameron Sandy McIntosh and Mary Campbell.
Lee Clarkson Beth Wittington and Dawn Callender def Lee Clarkson (double Lead) Cheryl Halls and Patty Manning.
Malua Bay Women
Last Tuesday there were 22 social bowlers on the greens on a lovely warm autumn day.
We still have some ladies away playing Pennants.
Winners on highest margin + 24: Wendy Geary , Gayl Vidgen , Joan Rimmer and Tania Calder.
Money club winner, Yvonne Huddleston.
Raffle winners, Rae Fayle and Tania Calder.
Congratulations to our Grade 2 and Grade 3 / White team on reaching the regional playoffs.
The matches will be held in May in Cooma.
Grade 4 pennants continue with two matches to go.
There were 22 bowlers on the greens last week enjoying their morning of bowls.
Winners: Maggie Wale and Sue Beavan.
Runners-up: Serena Short, Helene Szendeleit and Pat Bill.
Money club winner on 5 was Pat Bill, no Jackpot won.
All affiliated bowlers welcome to Friendly Friday.
Names in by 9am, on the greens at 10am, dress is casual.
Tomakin Twist Tops
On a very warm Sunday morning there were 50 bowlers on the greens.
President Steven Hogan welcomed all Twisties that were present as well as visitors.
A special thank you was made to Leonie Megee for her donation from sales of Tupperware which will go towards the Westpac helicopter whom we support.
This coming Friday there will be a fund-raising event put on by Tomakin Men's club to support John Bunn from Braidwood who has been suffering after a car accident.
Best wishes to Jennie Hogan and Milka Starkovski as they take part in a District Pairs competition which is being held at Bodalla bowling club.
The special award this week went to Henry Butler who misplaced his mobile phone whilst in Narooma.
It was found he had left it on top of someone's car.
Breakfast trays won on 3, Bob the Builder Starkovski and John Boothy Booth on 4.
The winners this week had a tie for those with the most winning ends +13.
They were Sue Tyson, a visitor from Balwyn in Victoria, and Roland " Breadroll" Krikowa and Robyn "Bestie" Best and Bob the Builder Starkovski.
Rink 3 was chosen to try for Jackpot, Steven " Hoges" Hogan did the honours but could only come up with the 2 of Clubs.
Everyone welcome to Sunday Twist Tops.
Come along and bowl along to some great music, lots of fun and friendship.
Grade 2 - bye.
Grade 5 - Moruya defeated Dalmeny by 11 shots - (Moruya 9 points - Dalmeny 1 point).
Grade 6 - Moruya 83 Tomakin 49 - (Moruya 9 points - Tomakin 1 point).
Wednesday 7 March.
Winners: B Weekes and B McKay.
Runners Up: L McDermott, c Gallacher and D Holmes.
First Resting Toucher - B Stephens.
Jackpot was not won - +$271 this Wednesday.
Wednesday - Triples/pairs - start 12.45pm - entry by 11.30am
Saturday - Pairs - start 12.30pm - entry by 11.30am
Third Saturday of month - $200 for winning team - nominated pairs - 3 games of 7 ends - start 12.30pm entry by 11.45
Place entries on sheet in club or phone answering service on 44742108
Details of club activities can be found on the "Moruya Mens Bowling Club" facebook page.
Note - All Saturday games subject to pennant commitments.
Major Pairs - entries close 28 March.
EASTER SATURDAY MEN'S PAIRS.
Saturday 31 March.
Total Prize Money $1600.
1st $700, 2nd $500 3rd 300 and best last game winner $100.
Three games of 15 ends - decided on points- 2 points per win and 1 point per draw followed by aggregate margin.
Dress - Club uniform or Tournament clothing.
Cards drawn 8.30 am - play commences 9.00 am.
$60 per team.
Entries close 28 March - 28 teams only.
Contact Don Cooper on 0407 482 614 or email email@example.com.
Tuross Head Men
The Tuross Head Pennant sides had another good weekend with both sides recording impressive wins.
The Grade 5 side had an excellent win over the previously undefeated Malua Bay, while the Grade 7 side consolidated their position at the top of their table.
The Grade 5 side travelled to Malua Bay and all three teams played well.
John Fahey’s foursome again led the way with a powerful performance.
The first ten ends were close with Malua Bay ahead 9–8.
Fahey then took control winning the next ten ends to run out 30–10 winners.
Joel Hilliard continued his good form and his side of Ivan Balentovic, Ray Downey and Alan McLeod chalked up another win.
The first ten ends of this game were also tight with the sides locked at 9 all.
Tuross then gained the upper hand and pressed ahead to win 26–15.
Noel Downie’s team had the narrowest of losses.
They held the advantage for most of a very low scoring match until disaster struck on the 18th end.
They led 12–9 but dropped 6 shots to surrender the lead for the first time in the game.
They won two of the last three ends but it wasn’t enough to regain the lead.
They lost 16–15.
Tuross boosted their for and against with a 71 shots to 41 victory, picking up 9 points to 1.
The Grade 7 side played Bodalla at home and ran out winners 9–1, winning two of the three rinks and scoring 68 shots to 52.
Ian Wratten’s side of Julian Penny, Ben Hewison and Patrick Sager had a big win dominating their game from the start to win 32–12.
Stuart Graham, playing for Jim Madden, led his side to a narrow win.
Down 15–9 after 13 ends, Graham won the next 6 ends to grab a 19–15 advantage.
Despite losing the last two ends they were able to cling on for a 19–17 win.
Ronnie Richardson’s team had a battle in their game with the sides never more than a couple of shots apart.
With two ends to play Bodalla led 19–17 and were able to pick up 4 shots over the last two ends to win 23–17. The margin did not reflect the closeness of the game.