Moama's midweek pennant team will chase state glory after winning Friday's regional final against Bendigo.March 13, 2014 4:04am
Moama’s team (not in order) Sandra Connolly, Laurelle Smith, Lynn Rogan, Merilyn Rehe, Lola Williams, Margot Brennan, Jan Palmer, Kristy Gillingham, Rosalie Beaupeurt, Beryl Eddy, Bev Trengove, Giselle Maynard, Rhonda Goudge, Marilyn Stephenson and (absent) Wendy Varcoe. Photo: submitted
Moama’s midweek pennant team has qualified to play for the state midweek pennant title after winning the regional final against Golden Square on Friday at Echuca.
Representing Campaspe Valley, the Moama team jumped out of the box and never really looked threatened at any stage as it defeated Bendigo’s representative 59-30.
Results: Sandra Connolly and team d J Ross’s team 23-9; Marilyn Stephenson and team d J Eddy’s team 25-5; Beryl Eddy and team lost to P Pain’s team 11-16.
The state final will be played at Barham on May 6 and 7.
Bowlers to have played in the winning side this year included Sandra Connolly, Laurelle Smith, Lynn Rogan Merilyn Rehe, Lola Williams, Margot Brennan, Jan Palmer, Kristy Gillingham, Rosalie Beaupeurt, Beryl Eddy, Bev Trengove, Giselle Maynard, Rhonda Goudge, Marilyn Stephenson and Wendy Varcoe.
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