All the bowls news from Seymour, Avenel and Nagambie.February 12, 2014 4:00am
Before play was called off for the day on Saturday due to the heat, there was some bowls action. Here John Humphries about to bowl for Nagambie against Mooroopna Golf.
Seymour Gold lost to Broadford — This was the last game for 2013/14 and a great effort by our Gold team.
Seymour Blue lost to Eildon — Seymour was outclassed in this game but it will make them more determined next week.
Division Two Seymour defeated Euroa — Seymour continued on their merry way with all three rinks winning well on the synthetic green running at 16.5.
Division Three Seymour defeated Euroa — This was a 22-shot win and comes at a good time with only one game remaining before the finals.
The CBD began finals yesterday with Seymour Blue playing Broadford at Seymour.
CBD was cancelled prior to play due to extreme heat. The GV pennant was cancelled during the afternoon.
The Jackpot Triples winners on January 29 were Doug Hutton, Tiki Donohue and Ian Ridd with +13, runner-up Barney Fitzsimmons, Ken Malin and Peter Tennant +10. The jackpot had accumulated to $252 and there were six winners — Tennant, Malin, Fitzsimmons, Dennis Klein, Peter Smith and Derek Blakeman who shared the money. February 5 was won by Jenny Ridd, Dot Malin and Klein with +23 and second place went to Robert Broome, Allan Dingey and Rob Baldwin with +21.
The Jack Sloane Two Bowl Singles was postponed due to the horrid weather conditions. This has been re-scheduled for March 27 at 5.30
The draw for the Presidents Handicap has been posted on the noticeboard. By the time this is published the draw for B-Singles will also have been posted on noticeboard.
Friday evenings are continuing with raffles and membership draw and nibbles, so come along and patronise your club. The members draw was $220 last Friday. Number out 155, Les Bigelow — not present, next week we have $240 up for grabs if you can be present.
For the women of the club, the CBD Silver Anniversary Tray has been re-scheduled for April 10.
Central Goulburn Murray finals scheduled to be played at Cobram on Sunday were transferred to Shepparton Park where they were played under cover because of the extreme heat.
Womens Fours was won by Central, Denise Hogan, Jenny Kreemers, Lyn Meek and Sylvia Love from Seymour — great effort and congratulations.
The Womens Champion of Champion Pairs was won by the Murray team, Tracey Miles and Nan Smith from Finley. Runners-up were Dot Dillon and Di Templeton from Seymour representing Central Bowls District — a great effort.
The Mens Triples was won by Murray’s composite team of Ian Hocking, Alan Whiteside and Barry Cosgrove. Runners-up were Kilmore’s team of Trevor Young, Scott Fletcher and Matt McMaster from Central Bowls District.
Mens Pairs winners were Central’s Mark Simmons and Ken Argent from Alexandra.
This Sunday CGM finals will be played at Wunghnu.
Central will be represented by Jenny Kreemers and Denise Hogan in Womens Pairs, Warren Broderick, Wayne Noonan, Peter Cleve and Daniel Noonan from Seymour VRI in Mens Fours and Mark Simmons (Alexandra) in Champion of Champion Mens Singles.
Another week, another mixed bag of activities and results.
On February 4 both our midweek pennant sides were successful against East Shepparton and Colbinabbin. Hopefully that result has cemented division two’s spot in the finals in a fortnight. Well done to all pennant players.
As most members would be aware the midweek 100 Up scheduled to begin last Thursday did not go ahead but it is hoped that the first round will be played tomorrow from 10
On Saturday the heat once again played a major part in proceedings. The division three side managed to get in three-four ends at Murchison before play was abandoned, while at Avenel neither we nor Dookie managed to get out on to the green before play was abandoned.
There will be a mystery meal followed by twilight bowls on Friday; the meal to be at 6
Belated birthday greetings to Len for Saturday. Happy birthday to David for today.
Great result in terrible conditions for the Nagambie midweek pennant side last week against Stanhope.
Vicki’s team once again triumphed with a great win 35-13. Sharon’s team unfortunately went down by one shot 21-22 but the side still collected 12 overall points for the day.
Vicki Reidy (sk) Evelyn Donders, Dorothy Lewry, Fiona Smith d Joan Stephens (sk), Don Stephens J. Porter and David Grant.
Sharon Hall (sk) Lyn Sinden, Deane Page, John Sinden lt Marg Twist (sk) Ken Hoppner, Lorrette Lloyd, Ray Tehan.
Yesterday we played Colbinabbin at home again, hopefully we retained our position in fourth on the ladder to compete in the semi finals. Good luck to all players for the finals.
— Sharon Hall
CBD midweek pennantSeymour Gold lt Broadford 52-75L. Gee sq L. Gleeson 20-20, J. McCarthy lt H. Green 13-32, M. Flynn lt P. Duerkop 19-23.Seymour Blue lt Eildon 67-72D. Hogan d H. Aldenhoven 32-16, J. Nichols lt M. Aked 14-33, A. Hall lt L. Sproles 21-23.
GV midweek pennant
Seymour 91-16 d Euroa 48-0
M. Prudden 38-2 d K. Stevens 16-0, W. Atkins 28-2 d L. Byrne 18-0, D. Bigelow 25-2 d J. Taylor 14-0.
Avenel 67-14 d East Shepp 58-2
J. Furlett 24-2 d M. Jeffery 16-0, P. Pedder 14-0 lt J. Michielin 28-2, J. White 29-2 d L. Cain Barber 14-0.
Seymour 76-16 d Euroa 52-0
L. Tomkins 22-2 d G. Davis 17-0, M. Maggs 23-2 d N. Boz 18-0, J. Wesselman 31-2 d M. Goode 17-0.
Colbinabbin 27-0 lt Avenel 62-14
R. Weeks 12-0 lt F. Willox 36-2, M. Brown 15-0 lt B. Smith 26-2.
Nagambie 56-12 d Stanhope 35-2
S. Hall 21-0 lt M. Trist 22-2, V. Reidy 35-2 d J. Stephens 13-0.
Shepparton police are searching for three offenders.
With her effective left hand in particular, Chelsea Hanley retained the Victorian Under 17 junior welterweight title last Sunday with a convincing points decision victory.
It has been a successful year for Bega Cheese, which reflects on Tatura Milk Industries, with chair Barry Irvin announcing recently that Bega Cheese’s normalised earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation was $55.7 million and normalised profit after tax of $22 million.
IT’S the music festival that has helped put Echuca-Moama on the map in recent years.
IMAGINE walking along the street one day and suddenly collapsing on the ground with no warning.
Great Race helps a great cause
Hundreds flock to Avenel to learn a thing or three.
Tocumwal Lions Club has plans to purchase the Bowling Club site for an aged care facility, which will only happen if the merger between the Tocumwal bowls and golf clubs proceeds.
A NASTY run-in with a kangaroo on the Northern Hwy between Melbourne and Echuca has convinced one regular traveller on the road the question of a cull needs to be addressed.
Three Cobram teens have been arrested by police after they allegedly stole tractors from Cobram and Tocumwal and caused about $30 000 in damage.
Rhinos make strong impression in MVCA’s division one comp.
Despite the hot and windy weather making it a rough start to last week’s Elmore Field Days, numbers on the third and final day were strong, event organiser Sam Watkins said.
Benalla banded together to raise $2000 for the Abolishing Injustice in the 21st Century (A21).
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