Malua Bay Women
On Tuesday there were 20 social bowlers and 8 games of Drawn Pairs. Social bowls winners were Bev McKague and Anna Stewart; Eileen Penman and Helene Szendeleit; Sharon Cutmore and Jeanette Roberts; Jenny Blyth and Lisa Grice; and Noleen Taylor and Dorothy Stewart. Thanks to Umpire Lou Butcher and Controlling Body Paula Hancock for Pairs. Janet McKay and Fran Lucas defeated Sonia Frey and Jean Beeley. Cathy Egan and Yvonne Huddleston defeated Tricia Wheeler and Alison Innes. Robyn Butcher and Tania Calder defeated Shirley Edwards and Gwen Ware. Rae Fayle and Sue Palmer defeated Pat Weekes and Kim Giannasca. Bess Holloway and Sue Beavan defeated Gayl Vidgen and Judy Davis. June Williams and Helen Rees defeated Serena Short and Cecily White. Maralyn White and Margaret Bridges defeated Olga Geshwend and Julie Lewis. Liz Perry and Lyn Hardy defeated Jeanette Whalley and Jan Tonks.
Winners on a Drawn Card were Sue Palmer and Rae Fayle, runners-up were Maralyn White and Margaret Bridges. Money Club winners were Robyn Butcher and Sue Palmer. Raffle winners were Shirley Edwards, Gwen Ware and Margaret Bridges. Congratulations Fran Lucas, Julie Lewis and Sharon Cutmore on becoming umpires.
New Patron Dorothy Stewart will be hosting a special day on October 23 and Pink Day will be held on October 31 with all proceeds towards cancer research.
On Thursday Round 2 of Drawn Pairs was played in rainy weather but all games were able to be completed. Lou Butcher was umpire. Pat Weekes and Kim Giannasca defeated Janet McKay and Fran Lucas. Cathy Egan and Yvonne Huddleston defeated Shirley Edwards and Gwen Ware. Bess Holloway and Sue Beavan defeated June Williams and Helen Rees. Olga Geshwend and Julie Lewis defeated Jeanette Whalley and Jan Tonks. Tricia Wheeler and Alison Innes defeated Robyn Butcher and Tania Calder. Jenny Blyth and Liz Perry defeated Maralyn White and Margaret Bridges. Serena Short and Cecily White defeated Gayl Vidgen and Judy Davis. Sue Palmer and Val Dundas defeated Sonia Frey and Jean Beeley.
Tomakin Twist Tops
Last Sunday’s weather was a little cool and windy for most of the morning. There were 33 bowlers on the green enjoying their bowls and great music .
Terrific news that Bob Starkovski is home and even came over to the club to say hello. Stuart McFarlane is doing well so hope to see him on the greens soon as well as Maureen Devine. Poor Flo has been laid low with shingles.
Jennie announced that the bus for Crookwell will be leaving Tomakin at 8am on October 20 and also picking up along the coast only. Take 4 bowls Josie!
The award this week went to committee member Barrie Stone who was up early last week as he thought it was already the start of daylight saving. Breakfast trays went to Henry Garrard on 2 and Terry Montgomerie on 18. Winners were those with highest winning margin: Brett Keegan and Sonia Frey, while runners-up were Robyn Best and Patrick Wheelahan. No Jackpot won so it’s $250 next week.
Birthday greetings this week to Annie Bermingham and Donna Bacon. All welcome to Sunday Twist Tops. Come along and bowl to some great music .
Malua Bay Sunday Sippers
There were 25 bowlers on the green last Sunday despite the threat of rain. Always lots of fun and friendship so come along and bowl to some great music. Winners were Anna Stewart, Cecily White and Sue Bender. Everyone welcome to Sunday Sippers. Names in between 8am and 8.45am on 4471 1261. Cards called at 9.30am. Visitors please leave contact number.
Wednesday - Triples/pairs - start 12.45pm - entry by 11.30am
Saturday - Pairs/Triples - start 12.30pm - entry by 11.30am
Cash Pairs - Every second Saturday - $200 for winning team - nominated pairs - 3 games of 7 ends.
(No cash pairs on Tournament days)
Place entries on sheet in club or phone answering service on 4474 2108.
Next Cash Day is Saturday, October 13 - Nominated Pairs. 3 games of 7 ends. Entry $15 per player.
Details of club activities can be found on the "Moruya Mens Bowling Club" Facebook page.
Saturday, October 20 - District Shield to be played at Braidwood - one team five players to be selected by selectors.
Saturday, November 3 - Parliamentary Shield - to be played at Moruya - two teams of five players to be selected by selectors.
November: Saturday 17 and Sunday 18
Deua River Men's 2 Bowl Triples Tournament, Total prize money $4500, 1st: $1800, 2nd $1050, 3rd $750 and 4th $300 per team. Best day game winner $300 per team. (Tier 4 National / Ranking Event). Entries close November 9. Dress for this event is club uniform or tournament attire. Entry $150 per team.
Contact: Secretary Don Cooper on 0407 482 614 or email email@example.com.
Individual Entry Triples: Thursday, October 4. The bowls were called off due to the inclement conditions, but we were happy to see a good drop of steady rain for the farmers.
Nominated Entry Pairs: Monday, October 8. The bowlers had a great afternoon when the weather cleared and conditions were warm and sunny. We welcomed Neville Blear, a visiting bowler from Deakin in the ACT. The winners were Adam Pooley and Steve Hall with a margin of plus 19. Runners up Dick Pooley and Steve Gigg were close behind with a margin of plus 17.
The jackpot draw went to rink 12 but the winning skip, Ken Franklin, did not claim the $500 prize.
Nominations for the Mixed Pairs close this week with the first round being played on Saturday, October 27.
We expect 35 bowlers from Forestville RSL Flying Bowlers to attend here on Saturday, October 20. A similar number of bowlers are also expected with the Canberra Turf Bowlers who will be here to play on the following Friday, October 26.
The visiting games will be mixed mufti triples so all available Ladies, Men, and Twist Tops are invited.
Many thanks to everyone who has put their name down to play already. Nomination sheets for both visiting bowler events can be found on the Mens Club notice board.
Wednesday Men’s Triples: An overcast day didn’t deter the 36 bowlers who battled for the Highest Winning Score with “Bazza’ Goodwin, Ken Burrows and K.Callaway big winners over Don Caldwell, John Lonergan and Greg Riley 36-10. Runners up were Graham Cummins, Nev Butt and Keith Bowater with a 30-11 win over J. Bennett, S. Breust and John Breust.
Saturday Men’s Jackpot Pairs: Winners of the Lucky Rink were R.McKibbon and John Voytas with a 25-20 steal over R.Howard and Barry Lymbery. Runners up were Col Armstrong and Keith Bowater over Peter Robson and Graham Cummins 30-21.
Sunday Mixed Social: Highest Winning Margin went to Denise Holman, Maureen Nankervis and John Lonergan 22-12 over Kaye Wiffen, Patricia Woods and Bruce Rapkins.
NWBC held their Patrons and Life Members Day on Tuesday, October 2. The members welcomed Patron Vena Butt and Life Member Daphne Clark to join them for lunch and presentations to the winners and runners-up. 20 bowlers enjoyed a great game of bowls with one game of fours and two games of triples. Winners out of the hat were G. Riley, M. Findlay, M. Naylor, B. Greenshield, C. Cork, runners up out of the hat were B. McNamara, K. Ferguson, L. Gosper, P. Grant.
The Patron and Life Member were presented with a lovely plant by the President who thanked them both for coming.
A fine holiday Monday with clear skies saw 40 bowlers enjoying the conditions with the first man’s boy Ken working the cards where the points system decided the winners on 231/2 points in Shark Finn, Cobber Dudley and the Macedonian Illya from the runners-up on 22 points in Hottie Smith, Bluey Ralph and gospeller Bob. Par Wain scored the resting toucher with his first bowl of the day but the $144 jackpot was not claimed. Our Wrong bias sinners included several by Ian Cocko and Ex.PM Neil and the raffle prizes went to Ralph, our visiting bowler, Slim Dusty and big John Oarley. Names down for the “100-Up” event please and don’t forget Friday night twilight bowls begins this week.