Harden Bowling Club

UP-AND-COMING: Relative newcomer Tom Hawkins is showing great potential on the rinks, narrowly missing out on a win last week. Picture: Jody Potts
UP-AND-COMING: Relative newcomer Tom Hawkins is showing great potential on the rinks, narrowly missing out on a win last week. Picture: Jody Potts

Mufti Bowls

THERE was little activity on the bowling green over last weekend, with just a few bowlers turning up for Mufti Bowls on Sunday morning.

RESULTS

  • Terry Ricketts and Matt Brown defeated Brian Gibson and Ged Davis 28 to 7.
  • Craig Cooper, Tony Zervos and Neil Turner defeated Tom Hawkins, Tony Deverson and Warwick Prosser 16 to 11.
  • Tom, Tony and Warwick were the winners of the chooks.

Maestro Singles

QUITE a few of our bowlers are contesting the Cootamundra Ex-Services Maestro Singles presently being run at that club and have had mixed luck over the last couple of weeks.

Last Thursday night, Brian Gibson lost to Rod Ball (CCC) 14 to 31 and Tom Hawkins lost to Col Stokell (Young) 29 to 31.

Although beaten by Stokell, a much more experienced player, Hawkins put up a great performance to get within two shots of Stokell. 

Hawkins is a new bowler and shows great promise.

On Friday night, John Curtis lost to Peter Huong (Coota Ex-Services) and Graham Murray was a winner over Geoff Hillier (Coota Ex-Services).

Players listed for Friday, February 9 are; Jake Fisher v Col Stockwell. Tony Zervos v the winner of the Smith and Cosgrove match.

Pennants

A LIST is on the noticeboard for intending pennant players. The competition starts on March 4, so you had better get your names in.

Hawkins put up a great performance to get within two shots of Stokell.

Bribbaree President’s Day

SHANE McKellar, Tom Apps, Dick Walsh and Danny Vincent travelled to Bribbaree last Sunday for their President’s Day.

The boys enjoyed the day, but missed out on any prize money.

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