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at Fish Creek Football Club on
Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 7.30pm
1. To confirm minutes of 2015 AGM
2. To receive reports
3. To receive financial statements
4. To appoint Board of Management Directors
5. To adopt By-Laws as per Constitution 11.1
6. Annual levies
7. General business
South Gippsland League Co-Ordinator
From page 58
The day was sponsored by
Hartley Wells, Betta Electrics
and the club thanks them for
their valued support.
January 11 saw social bowls in
action with the winners J.Turner
(Skip) with C.Richardson and
B.Douglas with three wins plus
Runner-up were L.Wilson
(Skip) with M.Rayson and
K.Lester with three wins plus 44
Saturday January 14 saw the
resumption of Men’s Pennant
after the break with Leongatha
teams at home.
Division 1 played Wonthaggi
and won the day, defeating the
Miners 75 to 60 shots.
R.Trotman’s team won 25 to
23, J.Hall’s team won 26 to 19
and B.Anderson’s team lost 24
Division 3 were at home to
Wonthaggi and won the day 79
R.Young’s team won 29 to 20,
G.Drury’s team lost 20 to 23 and
A Rayson’s team won 29 to 16.
Division 4 were at home to
Inverloch but went down to the
Seagulls 67 to 69.
R.Symmons’ team lost 15 to
22, M.Carnell’s team won 23 to
22 and L.Wilson’s team lost 21
Round 13 will see division 1
away to Inverloch Blue, division
3 away to San Remo and divi-
sion 4 away to Corinella.
Ladies Pennant resumes on
Tuesday January 17 with divi-
sion 1 away to Inverloch and di-
vision 3 away to Fish Creek.
For all members, the club’s
AGM will be held in April with
the date yet to be announced.
Until next report, good bowl-
MID WEEK was held at Koo
Wee Rup with 22 players. Per-
fect day for bowls, thank you
Koo Wee Rup for your warm
hospitality, the use of your
lovely greens and we all ad-
mire your flower gardens.
There were two, two games
winner. The winning team was
skipped by Lindsay Russell
with Eileen Dwyer, Elaine Wil-
liams and Judy Dickie.
skipped by John Hill with
John Routley and Elaine Fitt.
The best one game winners
were skipped by Peter McWil-
liams with Bernie Heyen, Marg
McConville and Reg Excell.
One team scored seven one
end they were Jan Coates, Lyn
Hodson, Lois Hammond and
Ray Dickie. Well done. Each
received a tube of “grippo”.
Our next game is at Corinella.
All welcome. Keep well and
SGBDA pennant bowls results
for Round 11, Saturday, Janu-
ary 14, 2017
DIV. 1: Lang Lang 12/77 (6
shots) d. Phillip Island (B) 4/71.
Leongatha 14/75 (5 shots) d.
Wonthaggi 2/70. Inverloch (B)
14/67 (8 shots) d. Inverloch (W)
2/59. Phillip Island (W) 16/92
(36 shots) d. Korumburra -/56.
LADDER. Inverloch (B)
130+182, Leongatha 113+129,
Wonthaggi 72-130, Phillip Is(W)
71-20, Korumburra 67-83, In-
verloch.(W) 65-93, Lang Lang 50
DIV. 2: Fish Creek 16/87 (34
shots) d. Loch. -/53. Toora 13/67
(7 shots) d. Tarwin Lwr. 3/60.
Wonthaggi 14/77 (13 shots) d.
Corinella 2/64. San Remo. 16/90
(30 shots) d. Mirboo Nth. -/60.
121+106, Wonthaggi 104+21,
San Remo 100+52, Toora
96+69, Corinella 90+52, Tar-
win Lwr. 80+10, Loch 57-105,
Mirboo Nth. 56-205.
DIV. 3: Port Welshpool
14/77(19 shots) d. Meeniyan
2/58. Phllip Island 14/79 (15
shots) d. Foster 2/64. Leongatha
14/78 (19 shots) d. Wonthaggi
2/59. Inverloch 14/87 (20 shots)
d. San Remo 2/67.
LADDER. Leongatha 108+72,
Phillip Is.108+47, Foster
108+46, Port Welshpool 97-11,
Meeniyan 84+83, Inverloch 83-
50, San Remo 70-68, Wonthaggi
Div. 4: Inverloch 14/67 (8
shots) d Leongatha 2/59. Phillip
Island 14/104 (50 shots) d. Ko-
rumburra (G) 2/54. Wonthaggi.
14/79 (17 shots) d. Corinella
2/62. Korumburra (M) 14/85 (29
shots) d. Tarwin Lwr. 2/56.
LADDER. Wonthaggi 120+78,
Korumburra (M) 116+104,
Leongatha 96 +39, Phillip Is.
88+48, Korumburra (G) 85-50,
Inverloch 75-36, Tarwin Lwr. 64-
95, Corinella 60-88.
DIV. 5: Fish Creek 16/95 (47
shots) d. Foster -/48. Toora 16/88
(29 shots) d. Inverloch -/59. Phil-
lip Island 16/107 (68 shots) d.
Loch -/39. Meeniyan 12/70 (4
shots) d. Mirboo Nth.4/66. San
Remo 14/81 (18 shots) d. Lang
LADDER. Toora 141+243,
San Remo 134+194, Foster
108+13, Meeniyan 92+17, Fish
Creek 90+83, Inverloch 77+24,
Phillip Is. 70-15, Lang Lang 69-
70, Mirboo Nth. 55-197, Loch
Wonthaggi Bowls Club news:
Well after a four week break its
good to be back into pennant.
With only four home and away
games to go before finals kick in
we are down to the most impor-
With three out of our four Sat-
urday pennant sides in the top
four the results for this week
were crucial to cement finals
places. Division 1 again played
away, this time travelling to Le-
ongatha. Unfortunately the re-
sults did not go our way. The
rink skipped by Rob Aitken gave
us a good chance with a 4 shot
win. The other two rinks did not
fare so well going down by 2 and
7 shots. Overall Division 1 lost
by 5 shots.
Divisions 2 and 4 took on Co-
rinella at home and both had
similar score lines, both divi-
sions winning two from three
rinks, Division 2 winning overall
77-64 and Division 4 winning
79-62. These two wins will firm
up there spots in the top four
and almost guarantee them a
spot in the finals.
Division 3 toiled hard all day
against a strong Leongatha side,
winning 1 rink from 3 they just
didn’t have the numbers to get
across the line, going down 59-78.
In midweek action bowlers
took to the greens on Wednesday
and Thursday in social bowls.
On Wednesday we saw a good
turn out with teams a mixture of
3’s and 4’s. Winners on the day
were Hans Bischofberger, Peter
Miller, Les Beaumont and Aldo
Sartori. On Thursday bowlers
played a 2-4-2 format with Jan
Lavell and Col Ormerod taking
Tuesday pennant fires up
again this week. Division 1 takes
on Korumburra at home. Divi-
sion 2 plays San Remo at San
Remo and Division 4 heads to
The Friday night meal is on
this Friday. Names in by Wednes-
day, 2 course meal for $14.
The Miners’ Dispensary Cor-
porate Bowls kicks off again
this Tuesday night the 17of
January at 6pm.
A reminder to members of
the extraordinary meeting be-
ing held on the 23rd of Janu-
ary at 7pm.
Thursday 2-4-2 Social Bowls
winners Jan Lavell and Col
Mick Bowman and Chas Buccilli represented Inverloch
RSL in the Australian championship winning team in Ad-
Inverloch RSL bowls fly flag high
LOCAL bowlers Mick Bow-
man and Chas Buccilli, rep-
resenting Inverloch RSL, were
part of the Victorian RSL
Championship winning team.
The 50th National RSL Car-
nival was held in Adelaide
from December 28 to January
6, with all states participating.
Victoria won all five tests to
finish with five wins and 145
shots and Queensland run-
ners-up with 3 wins and 13
This was the best overall win
by a Victorian team for many
years and they claimed the
Jack Hamilton VC trophy for
the second consecutive year.
Mick and Chas then com-
bined for the National Fours
Championship, the Sir Arthur
Lee Trophy, hoping to go one
better than last year when
they were runners up.
After four days of bowls
in 35 degree plus heat, they
went down by two shots in the
semi-final to another Victo -
Next year’s championships
will be held at Tweed Heads
and both Mick and Chas hope
to be selected again.
THE Inverloch Bowling Club recently hosted the
RSL David Elliott Shield event which saw seven
RSLs throughout Gippsland compete on the day.
Play consisted of two sections of four teams
playing three games of 12 ends with each sec-
tion winner playing a five end final.
The results from section 1 saw Inverloch Blue
with 3 wins over Phillip Island, Sale and Tra-
Section 2 saw Morwell with 3 wins over Moe,
Warragul and Inverloch White.a
In front of a local very supportive crowd, In-
verloch Blue was too strong for Morwell with a
well-deserved win 27 – 6.
The victorious members of the Inverloch RSL bowls team, are back from left Gary Scott,
Ross Gabb, Gary Hardy, Steve Snelling, Brian Humphris, Rob Dowling, Bruce Corrigan,
Malcolm Marshall, AndrewRowe, Gavan Butler, front, Wayne Parks, Mick Bowman, RSL
President, Trevor Scott and absent Doug Muir.
Inverloch takes RSL shield
THE South Gippsland Yacht Club’s annual
race to the mouth of the Tarwin River was held
on Sunday and was blessed with favourable
winds allowing the faster boats to complete the
return trip in just under two hours.
Sailors never know what to expect when ven-
turing to the unfamiliar waters in the upper
reaches of Anderson Inlet.
Passing through large expanses of sailable
water on the way, the channels become shal-
lower and harder to find in the muddy waters
of the top end and hitting bottom with rudder
and centreboard is inevitable.
Some of the less swift craft such as the Sabres
and a couple of the windsurfers encountered
the peak of the incoming tide on the homeward
leg, adding a further obstacle to their already
arduous journey and extending their race time
to over four hours. Sailors and support crew
alike, were cold and hungry by the time the last
craft crossed the line.
For the second year the yacht club was joined
by members of the Inverloch Windsurfing Club
in a combined event. Windsurfers aren’t really
suited to following a specific course as they
don’t beat into the wind very well but there were
some commendable results among the leaders
in this class.
There was hot competition among the yachts
and in a rare occurrence this season, both of
the Kiely brothers just missed taking out their
After two hours of close racing, Toby Leppin
managed to hold off Matt Kiely by two minutes
in the monohull division and younger brother
Pete was pipped by less than a minute by Rob
McNair in the catamarans.
On corrected time, overall results of the
Broadbeach Tarwin River Marathon see Toby
Leppin’s name on the perpetual trophy, Matt
Kiely second and Rob McNair third. In the
windsurfers, Dan Poynton was first with Rob
lives up to its name
George Fairlie makes the most of the good conditions in his Laser during South Gippsland
Yacht Club competition last weekend.
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