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September 15, 2017

Rich River

RICH RIVER’S mixed opening day was on Sunday, September 10, with 52 Players in attendance.

A great day was had by all.

The women’s social bowls on Tuesday, September 12, had 37 players.

Winners were Jan McEwan, Margaret Spinks, Fran Galvin anr Runners-up were Wilma Williams, Barbara Petch, Gwen Brewster and Christine Simson.

Social bowls was sponsored by Rich River Ladies Bowls Committee.

The first and second rounds of the Daisy Taylor pairs will be on Tuesday, September 19.

Play to commence at 10am.

A Practice match for Rich River pennant teams will be held this Saturday, September 16, against Tocumwal at Rich River at 1pm.

A BBQ lunch will be available at 12 noon, all members and new members welcome.

Jackpot pairs

Wednesday, September 6, winners were Robert King and Vic Woods.

Runners-up were Trevor Nagorcka and Bill McEwan.

Repechage was won by Roy Jackson and Merv Harvey.

This Wednesday’s winners were Graeme Moffat and Doug Jay.

Runners-up were Toby Egan and Eddie Blampied.

Third place getters were Brian Watts and John Stuart.

Over 60s

TWENTY-SIX teams of four bowlers gathered at Rochester Bowling Club for the third round of the local 60s and over Lawn Bowling Championship.

A week earlier the day’s bowling at Moama Bowling Club had to be called off due to the weather conditions.

This week 104 bowlers took to the greens at 1pm in blustery winds, with predicted showers to follow.

Midway through our second game, down came the rain. We stopped play for early afternoon tea; thanks to the Rochester ladies, it was really appreciated.

After the break play resumed in windy conditons however the greens were running well.

Winners were from Lockington - Neil Haines (our 60 and over president), Phil Collins, Jeff Shawcross and Don Smith.

Runners-up were from Moama - John Ryan, John Kiely, Greg Pettigrove and Bob Bartlett.

The next game will be held at Kyabram on Wednesday, September 20 starting at 1pm.

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