Harden President’s Day
The Harden Bowls President Terry Ricketts held his President’s Day last Sunday, and a most successful day it was. All clubs throughout the South West District were represented.
Forty two bowlers took to the green and some great bowls were witnessed. The team who produced the best bowls was the Quandialla team, made up of John Priestly, Geoff Edgerton, Ken McAllister and Peter Edgerton, who ran out winners for the day. The Cootamundra Ex Services team of Greg Fisher, Pat O’Brien, Kye Fisher and Neil Blackett were the Runners-up.
Maestro Singles Competition
The Maestro Singles continued to be played with four matches played on Tuesday of last week and three matches on Thursday night. Results were as follows:
Tuesday night (last week)
Terry Ricketts defeated Ron Rosengreen (C.C.C) 31 to 20; Brian Madden (Young) defeated Jim White (Coota Ex) 31 to 23; Geoff Holt (Young) defeated Chris Hocking 31 to 5; Brad Lange (C.C.C) defeated Rod Neeson (Boorowa Rec)
John Goccan (Coota Ex) defeated Greg Fisher (Coota Ex) 31 to 8; Mick Ryan (Coota Ex) defeated John Balcomb 31 to 29; John Herriott (Coota Ex) defeated Damien Miller 31 to 26
Matches set down for tonight and tomorrow night are as follows, as long as the rain stays away!
Thursday night (tonight)
Brian Madden (Young) v Geoff Holt (Young) (M) Terry Ricketts.
Tom Apps v Adam Hutchinson (M) Alan Tobin.
John Bruce v Shane McKellar (M) Barney Heywood.
Breeze Howard v Charlie Willis (M) John Curtis
Brian Gibson v Chris Hocking (M) Tony Fisher.
Warren Chesworth v Mick Ryan (M) Tony Zervos.
John Goccan v John Herriott (M) Tom Apps.
Business House Bowls
Fuller’s Taxi defeated 000s 11 to 3;
Team TMG defeated Deephole Fishers 9 to 5;
Panthers defeated Spackie’s Septics 12 to 2;
Fuel Supplies defeated Heywood Racing 9 to 5;
Sweet’n’Sour defeated H.K.C Girls 10 to 4;
H.K.C Boys defeated Bendigo Bank 11 to 3;
Outdoor Store defeated Hard’n’fit 10 to 4.
Sunday afternoon Final Club Fours Championship
Tom Apps, Warren Chesworth, John Balcomb (sub) and Cary Peters v Shane McKellar, John Peterson, Tony Zervos and Terry Hocking
Forty two bowlers took to the green and some great bowls were witnessedTom Apps