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Inverloch streets Leongatha in bowls pennant final
Members of the Inverloch Division One bowls premiership team were, from left, Ron
Burge, Andrew Rowe, Gavin Butler, Ross Gabb, Gary Harvey, Dave Roberts, Frank Seaton,
Glen Scott, Mick Bowman, Wayne Parks and Mike Yates. Ms320917
Members of the Fish Creek Division Two bowls premiership team after last Saturday’s
SGBD grand final were, from left, Milton Heywood, Robert Mortlock, Tim McLean, Robin
McKenzie, Bruce Cooper, Nics McKenzie, David Christie, Andy Kerr, Cliff McGannon, Brian
O’Keefe, Rob Knight and Rob Grylls.
IT WAS the grand finale to the Saturday
pennant bowls season last Saturday and
what a day the bowlers had for their finals
in five grades.
The temperature was just past the 20 de-
gree mark and with a light breeze wafting
across the Inverloch greens, where four of
the finals were being staged, it could not
have been more comfortable for the specta-
tors or favourable for the players.
The conditions were just as pleasant at Ko -
rumburra where the Division One final was
being played between Inverloch and Leon-
gatha but it was to be a match where Inver-
loch would dominate the day, winning by 39
shots in the final tally.
In fact, the honours were equally shared
around on the day with comfortable results
in the Division 2, 3 and 4 finals while San
Remo and Fish Creek battled out a nail-biter
in Division 5.
But, during the day, the matches were clos-
er than you might think.
At one stage in the Korumburra versus
Wonthaggi battle in Division 4, just five shots
separated the teams across the three rinks,
before Korumburra’s players took control in
the latter stages.
It was a fitting finish to a great season of
Final scores SGBD Saturday Pennant
Grand Finals, Saturday, February 25:
Division 1: Inverloch (B) 16/85 (39 shots)
d Leongatha -/46. Division 1 Pennant win-
ners for 2016/17: Inverloch (B).
Division 2: Fish Creek 16/88 (30 shots) d
San Remo -/58. Division 2 Pennant winners
2016/17: Fish Creek.
Division 3: Phillip Island 16/89 (28 shots)
d Foster -/61. Division 3 Pennant winners
2016/17: Phillip Island.
Division 4: Korumburra (M) 14/93 (27
shots) d Wonthaggi 2/66. Division 4 Pennant
winners 2016/17: Korumburra (M).
Division 5: San Remo 12/70 (8 shots) d
Fish Creek 4/62. Division 5 Pennant Winners
2016/17: San Remo.
Members of the Phillip Island Division Three bowls premiership team after last Saturday’s
SGBD grand final were, from left, Bill Giles, Phil Martin, Bruce Puncher, Richard Poole,
Mark Hone, Greg Dixon, Phyllis Major, Les McGhee, Norm Waters, John Patterno, Ken Gill,
George Mol, Howard Spencer, Reg Excell and Paddy Francis.
Members of the Korumburra Division Four bowls premiership team after last Saturday’s
SGBD grand final were, from left, Les Eastman, Allan Jordan, Kevin Beecroft, Roger Bal-
ment, John McKeigh, Col Underwood, Graham Freestone, Ross Lomagno, Robert Dorrity,
George Hams, Peter Hearn, Ian Pepperell and Hamish Beecroft.
Members of the San Remo Division Five bowls premiership team after last Saturday’s
SGBD grand final were, from left, Shirley Carvosso, Andy Dennis, Carol Thorn, Paul Jack-
son, Jill Naylor, Rick Spargo, Jill Waters, Cliff Pulling, Jacqui Cohen, Simon Waters, Frank
Truscott, Rob Hill and Geoff Setford.
John Duscher gets the next end underway in
last Saturday’s Division Four bowls grand final
against Korumburra at Inverloch. m200917
Korumburra’s Allan Jordan is the picture
of concentration as he bowls in last Satur-
day’s Division Four grand final against Wont-
haggi at Inverloch. m220917
Phillip Island’s Ken Gill and Howard Spen-
cer work into a bit of rhythm with some roll-
ups prior to their Division Three grand final
against Foster on Saturday. m210917
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