Home' South Gippsland Sentinel-Times : January 24, 2017 Edition Contents PAGE 54 - THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND SENTINEL-TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2017
Tuesday pennant matches com-
menced last Tuesday January 17 in
very hot conditions for Corinella’s Di-
vision 1 and 4 teams.
Division 1 travelled to San Remo
where the temperature reached 33
degrees with a high degree of humid-
ity as well.
San Remo proved too strong for
Corinella winning all three rinks.
Marg Hoy and team kept their op-
ponents at bay until the last few ends
and lost 15/20.
Jacquie Carter and crew lost 14/27
and Carol Lincoln and co lost 16/29.
San Remo won overall scoring 76
to Corinella 45.
The Division 4 team played at home
against Wonthaggi in similar condi-
Corinella had a win and a loss.
Patti Scammell and team battled all
game to reduce Wonthaggi’s winning
margin and managed to score 21/24.
Helen Fox and team saved the day,
winning with a score of 22/13.
Corinella won, scoring 43 to Won-
thaggi 37 and maintained their lead
on the ladder.
This Tuesday Corinella’s Division 1
play Inverloch at home and Division
4 play away at Tarwin Lower.
The Corinella team of Lance Bull-
ock, Dave Martin, Carol Lincoln and
Therese Durbridge won the Loch
Gala event played at Loch on Janu-
Corinella’s Jan Brown has entered
a team in this event for many years
and the team were delighted to win
for Jan who is in hospital at this time.
Corinella pairs champions Brian
Edwards and Shane Holmes won
against Inverloch at Lang Lang last
Wednesday and play Port Welshpool
in the final match this week.
Corinella members are hopeful
they can win the Champion of Cham-
pions title for this season.
Corinella’s Corporate bowls com-
petition was played last Wednesday
with teams settling into the Jack At-
There were three teams who won
two games however Sue’s Recruits
won the round closely followed by
The ladder leaders are Waterson
Elgas with Connell & Co a close sec-
Phil Wright is looking for another
team to balance the draw.
Please contact Phil on 5678 0813 if
you can help.
Saturday Pennant commenced with
Division 2 and Division 4 playing at
home in fine and sunny conditions.
Division 2 played San Remo and
managed to win one rink.
Brian Edwards and team main-
tained the lead all match and won
Shane Homes and team lost 16/20
and Steve Bray and his boys lost
San Remo won the match scoring
66 to Corinella 52.
Division 4 played against Leon-
gatha and won one rink.
Ken Barnes and his boys excelled
Graham Rigby’s match was very
close as the score was 17 all on the
Leongatha scored a two winning
Phil Wright had strong opposition
and went down 21/34.
Leongatha were declared the win-
ners with a score of 77 to Corinella
Next Saturday January 28 Division
2 play at Toora and Division 4 play
away against Korumburra Maroon.
Friday Twilight at 5 was well attend-
ed and bowlers and friends enjoyed
a beautiful roast dinner prepared by
Sue Wright. T
he Monster meat Raffle was won
by Neil and Steve and Jacquie Carter
won the Friday Jackpot prize.
Wednesday Social Bowls saw a
combination of pairs and triples take
to the greens.
There were two pairs that won both
Runner-up with 32 points was Pat
Stoneham and Nic Van Grunsven.
Congratulations to the winning pair
of Judy Parker and Brian Growse
with 35 points.
Our mixed mufti format continues
next Wednesday, January 25 with a
sign-on by 11.30 am for a 12.30pm
The Inverloch Tournament will be
held on Friday, February 3.
We are looking for prizes for our
Cent Box raffle.
If you can help all donations are
Inverloch hosted the Turkey Tri-
ples event last Thursday, January 19,
sponsored by TNT explosive PRINTZ,
who were represented at the presen-
tation by principals Troy Walker and
84 players engaged in four games
of two -bowl triples with two 12-end
games before lunch and two 10-end
games after lunch.
Only one team won all four games.
The winning team with 63 points
was Frank Seaton (S) with Wayne
Parks and John Paterno.
Runner-up with three wins and 54
points was John Newcombe’s team
with Peter Forrest and Graeme Cor-
Best last game went to Arthur New-
some’s team, Bill and Jamie, scoring
15 shots up in the final game.
Thursday Social Bowls returns on
Australia Day, Thursday, January 26.
The next Turkey Triples event is
scheduled for Thursday February 16.
Saturday Pennant results, round
Division One: Inverloch Blue 76 de-
feated Leongatha 61.
Best winning rink: M Coram, D
Roberts, G Hardy and S Snelling
Inverloch White 45 lost to Wont-
No winning rink.
Division Three: Inverloch 44 lost to
Best winning rink: T Scott, N Everi-
tt, R Howard and A Johnstone.
Division Four: Inverloch 107 De-
feated Wonthaggi 60.
Best Winning Rink: H Nation, J Ar-
nold, R Dowling and T Seaward.
Division Five: Inverloch 44 lost to
Mirboo North 88
No winning rink.
There will be no Friday night meal
this week due to a private function.
The meals return on February 10.
Tuesday pennant saw Division One
travel to Wonthaggi with two rinks
Mars Goad a 24 to 21 shot victory,
however it was all in vain as Judith
Nichell went down 46 to 14 for an
overall 17 shot loss.
Division Two travelled to Phillip Is-
land with only one side having suc-
Marg Hams had a 30 to 22 shot
win, Caroline Snooks a 27 to 22 loss
and Shirley Martin 34 to 14 loss.
Thursday saw good numbers on
the green with three three-game win-
Shirley Martin and John Haliday
were winners with Marg Fraser win-
ning the nearest the ditch.
Friday night was monthly counter
teas with a good crowd in attendance.
Once again Keith and his merry
band provided a great meal enjoyed
Saturday pennant saw Lang Lang
visiting in Division One with all three
sides being successful.
Shane O’Loughlin had a 36 to 14
victory, Ken Cecil a 25 to 16 win and
Peter Sparks a 23 to 22 shot victory,
a good overall win.
Division four saw the battle of the
locals with a fitting result of a draw.
Jeff Coulston had a 22 to 14 shot
victory over Ian Pepperell, Ross Lo-
magno had a five-shot win over Ted
Kealy, while Les Eastman had a
three=shot win over Robert Sund.
LOCH & DISTRICT
Loch & District hosted its annual
gala day on Wednesday January 18
with a fine day’s bowling and many
friends catching up from around the
There were two ‘3 game winners’ at
the end of the day.
Winners with 50 points were Cori-
nella and the team included Therese
Durbridge, Lance Bullock, Carol Lin-
coln and David Martin.
Runner-up with 49 points were Le-
ongatha, with Trish McCormick skip-
ping, and Rod Jackson, Ollie and Su-
san Crouch making up the team.
Best last game was won on a count
back by Rosa James’ team from Le-
ongatha, defeating Pauline Gray’s
team from Koo Wee Rup.
Rosa’s team consisted of Alan East-
brook, and Ron and Sue Symmons.
Ditch to ditch prizes were won by
Robyn Geyer from Lang Lang, and
Pauline Gray from Koo Wee Rup.
Thank you to Irwin Stock Feeds for
their sponsorship on this day.
This was a catered event and Lady
President Shirley Turton thanked all
teams for their support, and the Loch
ladies for their catering and running
of a very successful day.
Also thanks to Finley Luke and the
green keepers team for their on-going
The Wednesday night twilight bowls
and sausage sizzle attracted 20 play-
ers this week.
Winners were John Hallas, new
bowler Peter Levy, Daryl Morris and
Everyone is welcome to come along
and enjoy a pleasant evening.
Names in by 6.30pm, for a 7pm
start each Wednesday.
Tuesday Pennant saw a good re-
sult with a win over Mirboo North on
January 17, and two wins to the boys
and girls on Saturday with Division
2 defeating Toora by two shots, and
Division 5 winning by 18 shots over
Keep it up folks.
Club events are continuing and the
final of the Ladies 21-up was played
on Thursday with Val Kennedy the
winner over Sue Loughridge.
A great game girls, well done.
Saturday pennant resumed on
January 14 with Division 3 away to
Port Welshpool with a loss but one
Saturday January 21 was a must
win home game against Foster.
Leading until the last couple of
ends, they went down 71 shots to 74
with two rinks up for their third close
loss for the season.
Division 5 at home to Mirboo North
on January 14 had a win 70 shots to
66 with one rink up.
Last week in a must win home
game against Fish Creek they went
down 73 shots to 83 with one rink
getting the points.
This week both teams are away, Di-
vision 3 at Leongatha eongatha and
Division 5 at Phillip Island in the pen-
ultimate match of the season.
Monday January 15 was the 3, 4,
5 & bankers triples sponsored by
Meeniyan Area Community Shop.
Winners were locals Alan Hanks,
Kevin Robinson and Bob Graeme
with Kelvin Flanders, Will Stefani
and Ben Westerling from Fish Creek
B.L.G. went to locals Max Brown,
Bruce Lelliot and Rob Butterworth.
Division 2 pennant resumed on
Tuesday January 17 with a home win
against top team Port Welshpool.
This week was away to Toora, fol-
lowed by a home match against Tar-
win Lower to complete the season.
Members are reminded to play club
matches ASAP as work will be start-
ing on the new green earlier than an-
ticipated. Upshot 2.
Midweek was held at Corinella with
The winning team were skipped by
Sean McWilliams with Bernie Heyen
and Ray Dickie.
The runners-up were skipped by
Jan Coates, Peter Thorley and Reg
The best one game winners were
skipped by Peter McWilliams with
Lois Hammond, Pauline McWilliams
and Judy Dickie.
Next week is Australia Day so we
are having a week off. The next game
is a Lang Lang.
We all enjoyed the day with sun-
shine until Geoff Ryan had a fall.
We hope you are feeling better and
didn’t do too much damage.
Keep well and happy bowling.
SGDBA Tuesday Pennant Results
for Round 12, Tuesday, January 17
Division 1: San Remo 16/76 (31
shots) d Corinella -/45 (R Dennis 20
14, S Carvosso 29 d C Lincoln 16 ).
Inverloch 14/78 (7 shots) d Leon-
gatha 2/71 L Dowson 33 d R James
19, C Hughes 27 d T McCormack 19,
J Brown 18 lt J Miller 33).
Wonthaggi 12/87 (17 shots) d Ko-
rumburra 4/70 (K Simpson 46 d J
Nicholl 14 P Wintrup 21 lt M Goad
24, M McBain 20 lt R Dow 32).
Phillip Is 14/66 (2 shots) d Foster
2/64 (P Francis 23 d M Climas 20, R
15 lt B Tyers 30).
Ladder: Inverloch 132+125, San
Remo 118+14, Leongatha 100+27,
Phillip Is 99+7, Foster 88-45, Won-
thaggi 85+43, Korumburra 75-154,
DIVISION 2: Wonthaggi 14/75 (13
shots) d San Remo 2/62 (J Kellow 26
d J Grindlay 22, S O’Connell 30 d W
Brunsden 19, S Hamilton 19 lt J Far-
Inverloch 14/77 (11 shots) d Lang
Lang 2/66 (D Patterson 25 d J Prowd
21, S Phillipson 29 d B Kitchin 18, M
Flett 23 lt R Geyer 27 ).
Meeniyan 14/79 (12 shots) d Pt
Welshpool 2/67 (K Cook 29 d B Craw-
ford 19, B Scott 31 d M McDonald
15, B Dyke 19 lt L McLaine 33).
Tarwin Lwr 16/117 (84 shots) d
Toora -/33 (H Twite 37 d W Low 11,
S Browne 35 d R Richardson 12, H
Marshall 45 d B Curram 10).
Ladder: Pt Welshpool 124+128,
Wonthaggi 119+99, Tarwin Lwr
112+157, San Remo 88+31, Lang
Lang 88-45, Inverloch 82-127, Meeni-
yan 82-131, Toora 73-112.
DIVISION 3: Loch 14/70 (16 shots)
d Mirboo Nth 2/54 (M Cochrane 29
dDStein12,H Garham21d M
Briscoe 18, V Kennedy 20 lt A Plow-
man 24), Fish Creek 14/70 (10 shots)
d Leongatha 2/60 (N McKenzie 23
d M Rayson 18, J Cunningham 28
Phillip Is 14/83 (17 shots) d Korum-
burra 2/66 (L Waters 27 d C Snooks
22, D Reynolds 34 d S Martin 14, C
Hoffman 22 lt M Hams 30.
Ladder: Leongatha 124+86, Phillip
Is 108+136, Korumburra 101+24,
Mirboo Nth 97-8, Loch 91-25, Fish
DIVISION 4: Corinella 12/43 (6
shots) d Wonthaggi 2/37 (H Fox 22 d
T Kavanagh 13, P Scammel 21 lt L
Continued page 55.
Corinella won the Loch Gala Day event played last Wednesday. Winning
team members were, from left, Lance Bullock, Dave Martin, Carol Lin-
coln and Therese Durbridge.
Wonthaggi Bowls Members Dennis and Lorraine Stanes celebrated their
45th wedding anniversary at the San Remo Mixed Fours event.
San Remo Mixed Fours winners Ray and Jill Naylor, June and Charles
Farquhar with sponsors David and Karen Egan from Sargeants Convey-
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