Semi-finals were held last week with Rochester Green defeating Rich River 65-56 and Moama RSL losing to Moama BC 58-59.
The preliminary final will be played on Thursday at Moama Bowling Club.
Moama Shots Up
Indoor bowls results from last Tuesday saw winners in the Alby Matthews Triples: Topsy Haw, Pat Benson, Colin Hicks and Joan Heals took the honours.
Runners-up were Kath Dobson, Denise Lee, John McVicker and Ivy Nash.
Outdoor bowls winners from July 31 in the Alby Matthews Triples were John Shaw, John Bamford and Vern Rehe.
Runners-up were Jim Stapleton, Wayne Whitney and Greg Pettigrove.
Thursday’s ladies scroungers winner was Lyn Rogan, Lorraine Ogden the runner up.
Thursday’s men’s pairs winners were P Denham and P Lomaz. Runners-up were Mike Geoghegan and P. Cleary.
Saturday’s men’s pairs winners were John Solomon and Ken Maynard. Runners-up were Mike Geoghegan and Bluey Chaplin.
Sunday’s roast mixed pairs winners were David Lonnie and Helen Sullivan. Runners-up were Bernie O’Connell and Chantel Wakenshaw.
Nominations for Mathoura’s weekend pennant selectors and social committee close on August 21 at 7.30pm.
Nominations can be left at the front office in an envelope addressed to the bowls secretary.
A meeting will be held on Tuesday August 28 for the election of office bearers at 7.30pm.
Scrounge events held on Wednesdays are proving successful.
Last week, exciting bowling was on display on the green. Two out of four rinks finished in a tied result, while the others were won by a close margin.
David Lupton made a return to bowls and displayed his evergreen trademark bowling to share the rink win with the weekly winner Ian Johnson on 38 points.
The club welcomed three visitors from the City of Echuca Bowls Club. Gail Kerr was in top form to win a rink with a superb 51.5 points ahead of John van den Bosch 47.5. June Clifford accumulated 50 points for a victory over Norma Thomas, on 41.
Belinda Cheong bowled well against spirited opposition. On rink four Don Smith and Phillip Cunnington staged an absorbing battle to finish tied on 34 points.
Scrounge is played on Wednesdays starting at 1pm. All bowlers welcome. Intending pennant players are requested to list their names on the Pennant list at the clubhouse.
Indoor bowls results from Monday saw 18 players take part in three games of 10 ends.
Winners on 49 points were Pamela Reyment, Bev Guarda and Topsy Haw. Runners-up with 40 were Roy Prigg, Bev Healey and Pam Kerr.
Indoor mixed bowls last week saw winners in Bob Pascoe, Joan Parker and Pat Squire.
Runners-up were Tony O’Dwyer, Win Kneebone and Eddy Williamson.