Harden Bowls Report

THE Business House bowls are back in action after a spell over Christmas and New Year.

The results from Wednesday night last week are as follows:

  • Hard’n’fit defeated 000’s 12 to 2
  • Better than sachs defeated Fuller’s Taxi 11 to 3
  • Team TMG defeated Outdoor Store 9 to 5
  • Fuel Supplies defeated HKC Girls 9 to 5
  • Spackie’s Septics defeated Bendigo Bank 11 to 3
  • Panthers defeated Sweet n sour 12 to 2
  • HKC Boys defeated Deephole Fishers 9 to 5

Mufti Bowls Sunday Morning

SHANE McKellar, Tony Zervos and Warwick Prosser defeated Tom Apps, Craig Cooper and Dick Walsh 18 to 11.

Kelly Daley, Neil Turner and Tony Deverson defeated Brian Gibson, Derek Heywood and Ged Davis 19 to 6.

Brian, Derek and Ged were the winners of the chooks.

Not satisfied with the chooks, Brian won half the meat trays as well.

Stockinbingal President’s Day

Danny Vincent, Alan Tobin, John Balcomb and Cary Peters travelled to Stockinbingal for their President’s Day last Sunday.

The boys were successful in winning one of their two games, but missed out on getting the money.

Pennant Bowls

Those bowlers intending to play in the pennants must get their names on the list on the noticeboard by the weekend as the teams are going to be selected.

If you are not on the list, you will not be selected.

Once selected, the teams list will be sent to the South West District and the Zone 8 president.

Return to action

Good to see two of our bowlers Rod James and  Doug Hawkins back on their feet after having spent a few days in Wagga hospital; Doug with a major operation and Rod with an infection.

We wish them both a speedy recovery.

Ladies Bowls

On Sunday morning our lady pennant bowlers will line up for a bit of practice in preparation for their upcoming Pennant season.