Seymour bowlers are preparing for the annual Mixed Fours Twilight Tournament on Friday.January 2, 2013 3:50am
A great evening was spent on Sunday, December 16 at our Christmas party with good food, music and dancing.
A big thanks to all club members who helped make this evening such a wonderful success.
Three cheers for the Social, Bar and Catering committees.
On Saturday, December 22 we filled the green with a Triples Tournament enjoying the camaraderie of visitors and members.
The winning team was Maurie Houghton, Ann Borham and Max Hammond, with the runner-up team (a close second) of Allan Dingey, David Hebbard and Carol Harrop and a substitute for the last game of Jane Wall.
On Friday evening (January 4) our Mixed Fours Twilight Tournament will begin with a barbecue at 5
At the time of going to print there is only three full teams of four, with seven teams requiring one or more players.
Please get in contact with Derrick Boyd if you wish to play.
It is essential that we fill the teams.
On the Pennant scene, the club should be happy with the success of teams at the Christmas break.
More work still needs to be done however.
In the Weekend Pennant, the teams are situated with Goulburn Valley Division One sitting second behind Shepparton Golf, the Division Five side in second place behind Tatura.
The CBD Division One are bottom of the ladder while Division Two is sixth.
The Tuesday Pennant competition is well placed with the CBD Division One on top of the ladder, GV Division Two is third behind Avenel, and Division Three second behind Hill Top Blue.
Wishing all club members a great New Year.
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