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Lindsay Russell was happy to win the first prize raffle at
Corinella’s Australia Day event.
Carol Hughes, Chris Gillman and Pam Lawson were the
winners at Inverloch’s Wednesday Social bowls.
Wednesday Triples winners at Tarwin Bowls Club were
from Toora, consisting of Dino, Lucy and John.
IGA San Remo monthly triples winners Alan Easterbrook
and Rosa James from Leongatha with Peter Forrest from
Invitational 4s winners at Wonthaggi on Sunday were the
Leongatha team of Jenny Miller, Sue Crouch, Joy Todd and
Winners of the Australia Day pairs at Wonthaggi were Lor-
na Beaumont and Ron Snooks with Roger Lee, centre.
From page 48.
Remember that our Pennant Break-
up function will be held on Saturday,
February 4 from 6.30pm. This func-
tion is for men and ladies members
with partners most welcomed. Please
add your name to the sheet at the
clubhouse if you plan to attend.
Friday, February 3 is our Member’s
Night. The jackpot is there to be won.
Ladies please note your diary for
Wednesday, February 15 for a 11am
Ladies’ meeting. It will be an informa-
tion session and provide a forum to
raise any concerns.
ON Tuesday Division 1 hosted Fos-
ter in a must-win game. Unfortunately
this was not the case. Marg Goad’s
rink were the only victors with a 33 to
13 shot win, Jude Nicholl went down
34 shot loss, an overall one shot loss.
Division 3 travelled to Leongatha
and had another bad day with all
three rinks being defeated.
Shirley Martin had the closest game
going down by one shot 24 to 23, Marg
Brown had a 26 to 19 shot loss, while
Marg Hams went down 29 shots to 15.
Thursday’s Annual Australia Day
Fours was sponsored by the Chap-
man family. Winners of the day were
the Inverloch team of Arthur Moule,
Garry Hardy, Wayne Parks and Frank
Seaton. Runners-up were Graeme
Drury, Robert Dorrity, Ros Lomagno
and Les Eastman, with the best last
game going to Archie Dow, Dave Rob-
ertson, Graham Freestone and Andy
Saturday Pennant saw Division 1
travel to Leongatha with only one rink
having success. Peter Spark had a
23 to 15 shot win, Shane O’Loughlin
went down 19 to 31 and Ken Cecil 17
to 30, an overall 17 shot loss.
Division 4 Maroon hosted Corinella
and had a similar fate. Ross Lomagno
had a 28 to 23 shot win, Ian Pepper-
rell a 15 to 25 shot loss and Les East-
man a 20 to 27 shot loss.
Division 4 Gold travelled to Wont-
haggi in a must win game to keep their
finals hopes alive. Alas they were not
quite good enough on the day. Geoff
Coulston had a 16 shot victory, Rob
Sund a two shot win, unfortunately
Ted Kealy had a 21 shot loss, an over-
all three shot loss.
ON Tuesday January 24, the Division
One Ladies were away to Wonthaggi and
came away with the overall win on the
day, 74 to 55.
M.Pearson’s team won 26 to 17,
J.Miller’s team won 28 to 19 and
R.James’ team won 20 to 19.
Division 3 Ladies were home to Ko-
rumburra and also won the day, 79 to
M.Jepson’s team won 29 to 15,
B.Thompson’s team won 26 to 19 and
M.Rayson’s team won 24 to 23.
On Tuesday January 31, the last of
the home and away games will see Divi-
sion 1 Ladies at home to Corinella and
Division 3 at home to Phillip Island.
On Wednesday January 25, the club’s
Monthly Triples was held with the win-
ners G.Drury (S), with L.Lancaster and
F.Sauvarin with four wins plus 44, while
runner-up were R.McGannon (S) with
A.Easterbrooke and O.Crouch with
four wins plus 34.
The best last game went to
J.Newcombes (S) with P.Forrest and
G.Cornell with plus 16.
Sponsor for the day was the Moun-
tain View Village and the club thanks
them for their valued support.
On Saturday January 28, Division
One Mens Pennant were at home to Ko-
rumburra and won overall, 76 to 59.
R.Trotman’s team lost 15 to 23,
J.Hall’s team won 30 to 17 and
B.Anderson’s team won 31 to 19.
Division 3 were at home to Meeniyan
and also won the day 78 to 59.
A.Rayson’s team lost 17 to 20,
G.Drury’s team drew 21 all and
R.Young’s team won 40 to 18.
Division 4 were away to Tarwin Lower
and went down by two shots, 77 to 79.
R.Symmons’ team lost 20 to 22,
L.Wilson’s team won 32 to 24 and
M.Carnell’s team lost 25 to 33.
Saturday February 4 will be the last
round of the home and away Mens Pen-
nant, with Division 1 away to Phillip
Island White, Division 3 away to Port
Welshpool and Division 4 at home to
Reminders: Friday February 3 will be
the club’s next Kitty Club Tea night.
On Sunday February 19 the club will
hold a new short pairs event.
Entries close one week prior to the
event and entries can be made by con-
tacting J.Pendergast on 5662 0974 or
Bill Harry 5662 5579.
Entries can now be made for the Ber-
ry’s Triples Day on Tuesday March 21.
Contact J.Pendergast, Bill Harry,
Lynne McIntyre on 0407 453 912 or
Janice Sing on 0429 436 991.
Good bowling, Jackhigh.
LOCH & DISTRICT
In Loch District Bowling Club news,
twilight bowls continues and 30 peo-
ple joined in last Wednesday, includ-
ing 13 members from the cricket club,
everyone enjoying a beautiful evening.
Great to see Alan Provis there enjoying
the bowls after a long time recovering
from illness. Winners on the evening
were June May and her friends Lau-
rine and Paul, who recently moved to
Nyora. Twilight is every Wednesday.
Names in by 5.30pm for a 6pm start.
Please note the time, and get your
names in early.
Sunday Triples: 10 teams played in
the recent Sunday Triples, with the
green running well, and great compe-
tition enjoyed by everyone, with good
companionship and plenty of banter.
Winners on a countback were Daryl
Sinclair’s team from Meeniyan, by a
very narrow margin from Rod Jack-
son (s) and Don Paterson from Leon-
gatha, and Jim Garnham from Loch
& Dist. These were the only 3-game
winners on the day. Best Last Game
went to John Van Vugt’s team from
Cardinia Waters. Sponsors for the day
were Cape Tavern and Elders, Korum-
burra, and we thank them for their
continued support. Good luck to all
for the last round of pennant.
DISAPPOINTING results last Tues-
day with both teams striking trouble
away from home.
Div 1 had only one winning rink
against Phillip Island losing 58 to 78.
Div 2 struck made the long trip to meet
top side Port Welshpool. Although also
winning one rink the team could not
match the locals on the grass and lost
46 to 97.
Despite the losses both teams re-
tained their positions in the top four of
their respective divisions with Div 1 in
second spot and Div 2 sitting fourth.
This Tuesday both teams will be at
home with Div 1 hosting bottom side
Korumburra. A win could see them fin-
ish top of the ladder if top side Inver-
Div 2 host Toora who are snapping at
their heels in fifth position.
However with only eight points sepa-
rating fourth and bottom spot in Div 2,
San Remo needs to win on Tuesday to
either play in the finals or to avoid rel-
egation (have a think about that!?).
Whatever the result both teams have
done the club proud this season.
Good results all round on Saturday
with all three teams scoring wins.
Away at Tarwin Lower in a nail biting
finish Div 2 held on against the home
side to win by two shots.
At home Div 3 scored a four shot
win against Port Welshpool and also at
home Div 5 continued its winning run
downing Foster by 18 shots.
Scores: Div 2, San Remo 63 d Tar-
win Lower 61; Div 3 San Remo 66 d
Port Welshpool 62; Div 5 San Remo 78
d Foster 60.
Both Divs 2 and 5 will see finals ac-
tion and Div 3 will not be relegated and
could still possibly sneak a finals spot.
Great work all round.
Next Saturday in the last round Div
2 will be at home against Toora; Divs
3 and 5 will both travel to Meeniyan.
Good bowling to everyone.
Another fine evening and full rinks at
corporate bowls last Tuesday saw the
Tricky Dickies win the night. Ray and
Judy Dickie teamed with a rejuvenated
Dennis Talbot to claim first spot and
the prizes donated by Silverwater Re-
sort. Thanks to Silverwater for their
sponsorship and the club volunteers
for their work.
Club championships for the 100-up
and mixed pairs are underway and a
full round up of results will be pub-
lished next edition. More matches on
Monday and Wednesday this week.
Just a reminder that San Remo’s
own Tony McKiernan will be in action
next Sunday, February 5 at Mulgrave
Country Club attempting to win the
state novice championship.
Tony will play Matt Jones of St Kilda
in the first round starting at 10am.
Good bowling to Tony!
On Thursday, Peter Forrest from
Phillip Island teamed with Alan East-
erbrook and Rosa James from Leon-
gatha to win the IGA monthly triples.
Winning the event is becoming a bit of a
habit for Peter and Alan.
On Tuesday, Tarwin Lower bowls saw
full rinks, even though only one team
was actually competing for pennant
points. Division 4 played a very com-
petitive game against Corinella but un-
fortunately went down by a few shots. A
great game for the spectators!
Division 2 didn’t play Lang Lang as
scheduled due to their club attending
the funeral of one of their members,
our thoughts were with you. Thank you
to our men who manned a team so we
were able to practise our skills in prep-
aration for our game against Meeniyan
this week – an important game for a
number of clubs!!
Saturday bowls also saw both teams
at home. Division 2 played a very good
game against San Remo, 2nd on the
ladder, but unfortunately went down
by 2 shots. On the other rinks Division
4 were battling against Leongatha, but
this time Tarwin were the victors.
Wednesday was a lovely day for bowls
and a great time was had by all. The
team from Toora consisting of Dino,
Lucy and John took home the meat
Only one more game until the finals –
good bowling everyone!
Our annual ‘Memorial Day Bowls’ will
be held on Saturday, March 18, staring
at 9.30am. The event will be catered for
at $20 per head; a format of 4 games of
10 ends with generous prize money of
$100 each winning team member and
$50 for each second-placed team mem-
ber. Please contact Gordon Burke on
0490449081 to register.
Fliers will also be sent soon for teams
to register for our Ladies’ Invitation day
on Wednesday, March 1.
IT’S that time of the year when ev-
eryone starts looking at fixtures and
ladders to see who can and can’t make
With only one week of home and
away left, the club is looking good to
have four of its seven teams playing fi-
In Tuesday Pennant Division 2 did
everything they could to maintain sec-
ond spot on the ladder with a 77-58
win over Inverloch.
Division 1 came up against third
placed Leongatha and put in a solid
performance unfortunately going down
Division 4 threw a spanner in the
works with a great win over Inverloch
54-47. Inverloch would have been
looking to firm up a spot in the top four
but have now left themselves a math-
ematical chance of missing the finals.
In Tuesday night’s Miners’ Dispen-
sary Corporate Bowls there was a new
winner for the first time in a few weeks.
Eli Sheerin Concrete took out the night
with two wins and +19 over the Watt
Street Blues, two wins and +18. In
third place was Wrench’s Footwear
with two wins and +9. Charmed Ones
received the encouragement award.
Australia Day saw a great turn out for
Using both greens, which are in great
nick, bowlers took part in a pairs day.
It was a close contest with four teams
having two wins. Lorna Beaumont and
Ron Snooks won the day with Ken
Gage and Graham Jackson second.
Mother Nature was kind on Satur-
day, greeting bowlers with a near per-
Division 1 travelled to Lang Lang and
had a very successful day winning all
three rinks 98-50.
Division 2 had the pleasure of bowl-
ing at home and had a great day. They
also won all three rinks on the way to
beating Loch and District by 26 shots,
Division 3 made the long journey to
Foster. Unfortunately they did not have
the luck of the other teams, losing 68-
Division 4 won’t be too happy with
their win over Korumburra. Winning
only one rink they held on to take the
overall by three shots, winning the day
by just three shots 74-71.
On Sunday the Ladies Invitation
fours were held where 14 teams en-
joyed a very nice day.
Winners were Leongatha, J Miller, S
Crouch, J Todd and J Sing.
Runners up were from Heyfield, D
Gardiner, T Taylor, H Scullin and E
Best last game went to the ladies
from Phillip Island, P Major, J Dyer, S
O’Connell and Gloria Caile.
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