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Keenly contested bowls games

15/08/2018 / by admin

Kingston Bowling Club singles competition runner-up Heidi Gribble (left) and winner Dolcie Smith.VICE-president Gail Hetherington welcomed 21 members and visitors, Mike and Judy Reilly from Young NSW and regular Kingston visitor John Hart to social bowls on Wednesday.
Nanjing Night Net

For a change the weather was fine and the players enjoyed playing two games of 10 ends in the calm conditions.

The games were keenly contested and some scores were close.

Two teams won both their games and after tallying up the total points there was only half a point between their scores.

The lucky winner was Colin Pink’s team of Pat Armfield, Mike Reilly and Joy Young on 51 points with Coral Schaefer, John Dowling, Yvonne Smith and Ann Ratsch runners up on 50 points.

Congratulations to the members of the division two pennant side who finished fourth and play in the semi-finals on February 21.

Club members wish them all the best in their quest to win the flag.

Good luck to the Kingston club champions competing in the champion of champion events this month.

Annette Hunter and Janet Lawrie played in the pairs at Mount Gambier RSL yesterday and Jess Orwell, Joy Young and Maureen Saunderson travel to Mount Gambier to play in the triples champion of champions next Tuesday.

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