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Foster 12/57 (16 shots) d Tarwin Lwr
2/41 (G Giaccherini 38 d V Martin 12 R
Raita 19 lt J Coates 29).
Phillip Is 14/48 (14 shots) d Inver-
Honkey 23 d M Paynting 21).
Ladder: Corinella 127+166, Foster
89+24, Inverloch 84-6, Phillip Is 79-24,
Tarwin Lwr 70-97, Wonthaggi 55-63.ar-
win Lwr 70-97, Wonthaggi 55-63.
In Tuesday pennant Division 1 had a
good win at home against visitors Cori-
nella, recording a 31 shot win 76 to 45.
Division 2 did not fare so well, going
down by 13 shots to a strong Wonthaggi
San Remo 62 def by Wonthaggi 75.
Division one remains second on the
ladder and Division 2 is clinging on to
Next round on Tuesday January 24,
Division 1 will travel to Phillip Island,
whilst Division 2 will take the long road
to Port Welshpool.
Good bowling to both teams.
On Saturday, Division 2 had a hard
fought battle against Corinella, eventu-
ally winning by 14 shots to cement its
spot in the top four, 66-52.
Division 3 scored a fine 12-shot win
against Division 3 ladder leaders Leon-
Division 5 found the green at Loch a
tad slow and went down by 18, 55-73.
Next Saturday Division 2 will be on
the road again against Tarwin Lower.
Division 3 will be at home against Port
Welshpool and Division 5 will be home
There was another full house at Cor-
porate Bowls last Tuesday in fine condi-
tions with the prizes sponsored by our
friends at Silverwater Resort.
podium with Duncan Firth, Chad Sci-
cluna and Brendan Goodman claiming
top spot on the night.
Geoff Coleman and his crew are
thanked again for their work, thanks
also to the Beachside Bakehouse for
supplying the bread.
It was nice to see a big turnout at an-
nual mixed fours played in fine sunny
weather on Sunday.
The day was sponsored by Sargeants
Conveyancing Cowes with directors
David and Karen Egan present for the
With visitors from a wide range of
clubs, the competition was fierce but
The winning side on the day was Ray
and Jill Naylor teamed with June and
Runner-up were Joan and Matt
Grindlay teamed with Simon and Jill
Thanks to Jill Waters and team who
managed the event and to other club
members who worked on the day.
Special thanks to our sponsors
Sargeants Conveyancing Cowes and all
members and visitors who supported
DIV 1: Korumburra 16/84 (32 shots)
d. Lang Lang -/52. Phillip Island (B)
16/99. (48 shots) d. Phillip Island (W)
-/51. Wonthaggi 16/99 (54 shots) d. In-
verloch (W) -/45. Inverloch (B) 16/76
(15shots) d. Leongatha -/61.
Inverloch (B) 152+231
Phillip Is.(B) 146+230
Phillip Is(W) 71-68
Lang Lang 50 -233
DIV 2: Loch. 15/57 (2 shots) d Toora.
1/55. Fish Creek 9/67 drew. Tarwin Lwr.
7/67. Wonthaggi 9/69 drew. Mirboo Nth.
7/69. San Remo. 14/66 (14 shots) d. Co-
Fish Creek 130+106
San Remo 114+66
Tarwin Lwr. 87+10
Mirboo Nth. 63-205
DIV 3: Foster 12/74(3 shots) d. Meeni-
yan 4/71. Phillip Island 14/81 (16 shots)
d. Port Welshpool 2/65. San Remo 15/84
(12 shots) d. Leongatha 1/72. Wonthaggi
14/92 (43 shots) d. Inverloch 2/49.
Port Welshpool 99-27
San Remo 85-56
Div 4: Inverloch 16/107 (47 shots)
-/60. Korumburra (M)
9/58 drew. Korumburra (G) 7/58. Le-
ongatha.14/77 (12 shots) d. Corinella
2/65. Phillip Island 14/78 (28 shots) d.
Tarwin Lwr. 2/50.
Korumburra (M) 125+104
Leongatha 110 +51
Phillip Is. 102+76
Korumburra (G) 92-50
Tarwin Lwr. 66-123
DIV 5: Fish Creek 14/83 (10 shots) d.
Meeniyan 2/73. Toora 14/74 (11 shots)
d. Lang Lang 2/63. Phillip Island 14/79
(21 shots) d. Foster 2/58. Mirboo Nth.
16/88 (44 shots) d. Inverloch -/44. Loch
14/73 (18 shots) d. San Remo 2/55.
Wednesday triples at Tarwin Lower Bowls was won by the Tarwin Lower
team of Arthur Newsome, Graham Cridge and Fred Martin.
Brian Growse and Judy Parker were the winning pair at Inverloch’s
Mixed Social Bowls held last Wednesday.
Runners-up, receiving their trophies from Alistair Scott of BJs Insurance in
the monthly triples were Anne Oehms, Graham Jackson and Pam Wintrup.
Winners of BJs Insurance sponsored monthly open triples was the
combination of John Ferguson, Judy Whaites and Ted O’Boyle, receiving
their trophies from Alistair Scott of BJs Insurance.
On Thursday last week, the
monthly open triples was spon-
sored by BJs Insurance and pre-
senting trophies for the ‘best last
game to Jim Mitchel, Mary McBain
and Peter McBain is Alistair Scott
of BJs Insurance.
San Remo 136+176
Fish Creek 104+93
Phillip Is. 84+6
Lang Lang 71-81
Mirboo Nth. 71-153
Tuesday Pennant saw Tarwin Lower
Division 2 play great bowls to achieve a
resounding win against Toora.
Unfortunately Division 4 were not
able to secure a win against Foster who
proved too good for them on the day.
Our thoughts are with Lang Lang who
has had to forfeit their game against our
2nd division on January 24 due to the
death of one of their members.
On the same day, Division 4 will play
at home against Corinella.
What a match at Tarwin Lower on
Saturday for Division 2 against the top
team, Fish Creek!
For the second time this season, the
two teams have drawn against each
Unfortunately Division 4 went down
to Phillip Island.
Next Saturday will see both teams at
2nd division will play San Remo and
4th division will play Leongatha.
Our last Wednesday Triples was won
by the Tarwin Lower team of Arthur
Newsome, Graham Cridge and Fred
Our thoughts are with many of our
club members who are currently bat-
tling health issues, especially Peter Em-
met – get better soon xo.
In Wonthaggi Bowls Club news; it’s
the second week back from the break
and things are looking better for the
club. Tuesday pennant saw solid results
for Division 1 and Division 2 with Divi-
sion 4 suffering a close loss.
Division 1 were a little lucky in their
overall win, with only one rink getting
up, they still won 87-70 over Korum-
burra. In Division 2 Wonthaggi won
two from three rinks beating San Remo
75-62. In Division 4 the rinks went one
each way with Corinella taking the over-
all win 43-37.
In the Miners’ Dispensary Corporate
Bowls on Tuesday night it was a case of
the cream rising to the top. Wrench’s,
Watt Street Blues and Cobbers all had 2
wins each. Wrench’s won the night with
24 +24, followed by Watt Street Blues
on +14 and Cobbers +4.
These three teams fill the top three
places on the corporate bowls ladder.
With the finals only 5 weeks away it’s
going to be a tight run for the coveted
grand final spot. The encouragement
award went to Aged care.
On Wednesday, 32 players took to the
greens for a mixture of fours and threes
in a social hit out. It was a great day for
bowls, although the top two spots on the
podium went to teams of threes. Fred
Kellow (skip) along with Jack Stephen-
son and Ken Gage won the day closely
followed by Peter McBain (Skip), Barry
Dicker and Peter Miller.
Thursday was the monthly open
triples sponsored by BJs Insurance,
playing on the well-rested back green.
The day saw some great bowls and
tight matches. Best last game went to
Jim Mitchell, Mary McBain and Pe-
ter McBain.Winners on the day were
John Ferguson, Judy Whaites and
Ted O’Boyle. Runners up were Anne
Oehms, Graham Jackson and Pam
In Saturday pennant Division 1, 3 and
4 took on Inverloch. Division 2 took on
Mirboo North at their home ground
and it was the recipe for the tightest
of matches. In what was a close day, it
come down to the last rink to snatch a
draw, both clubs finishing on 69 shots a
piece, Wonthaggi winning 2 of the three
rinks. In Division 1 Wonthaggi won all
three rinks and enjoyed a 99-45 win.
Division 3 also enjoyed a healthy win
over Inverloch 92-49, whilst Division
4 suffered a surprise loss to Inverloch
The Jimmy Smith 2 bowls triples is
only a two weeks away. The event hon-
ouring Jimmy Smith is being held on
the 5th Of February 2017. The day is
sponsored by Donmix Concrete and
Greg’s Panels. Going on interest shown
this is going to be a great day with all
Hoops of twilight laughter
at Leongatha Croquet
LEONGATHA Croquet Club is
holding its annual twilight compe-
tition over four weeks, on Monday
nights in February, beginning Mon-
day, February 6 at 6pm.
Beginners are very welcome and
the croquet members can offer
some coaching on a Wednesday or
Saturday afternoon before com-
mencing the competition.
Cost is $5 per person per night
which includes a sausage sizzle, use
of equipment and coaching.
Teams consist of two players so
bring friends or family and come
and have some fun.
Interested people should contact
Nanette Meredith on 0412 187 608
to register your team before Janu-
Anyone wishing to come and try
our great game is welcome to come
along on Wednesday and Saturday
afternoons, please wear flat soled
shoes and use of equipment and
coaching is free.
Competing in the Leongatha Croquet Club’s twilight competition,
last year, are, from left, Geoff Robb and Garry Van Sinderen from
‘Team Lions’ celebrating making a hoop.
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