ROBE ladies pennant bowls was cancelled again this week because of the weather although the temperature didn’t get to the maximum forecasted.
It was decided to have 12 ends between Helen Dawson (S), Nesla Boundy, Bernice Green and Rosemary Williams and Betty Allsop (S), Jan Fisk, Tracey Gray and Jan Bermingham.
Half way through it was decided to play for Boundy’s fifth wheeler (Dennis didn’t know) on the last end Nesla put her two bowls on kitty and Helen’s team won by four shots (fifth wheeler was safe).
Pennants for Robe are now over.
Good luck to the girls playing champion of champions, singles Helen Dawson, pairs Pearl Dening and Betty Allsop and triples Helen Dawson, Judy Bermingham and Bronwyn Mathews who is a sub for Chris Davidson who will be in Antartica.
Social bowls is still played on Thursday – so see you on the greens.
Robe men’s club veterans singles was contested on Saturday in pleasant conditions, in contrast to most other parts of the State.
Nine players took part and after the preliminary rounds were completed, Peter Sangster defeated Ross Dening and Brian Nankivell defeated Clarrie Hunt in the semi-finals.
In the final played to 21 up Brian Nankivell defeated Peter Sangster to claim his third straight win. Congratulations Brian.
Twilight bowls were played on Wednesday night with 23 players; winner was Keith McBride’s team.
Raffle winner D. Fisk first and E. Hodgkinson second.
Thursday was patron Vic Dawson’s trophies and 28 players were in the field.
Winners on 57 points were Pearl Dening (S) and Barry Moore and runners-up on 55 points after a three-way count back were Garry Possingham (s), Bernice Green and Rosemary Williams.
Lucky number winner was Brian Nankivell with number 13.
– “On the mat”
Robe Bowling Club Veteran Champion for the third year in a row Brian Nankivell.
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