By the team
Wednesday social jackpot bowls.
Results are as follows:
Ray Noonan and Bob Heffernan 25 defeated Phillip Murray and Denis Oxley 14.
Team Noonan had a great start and led 9-0 after three ends.
Team Oxley fought back and led 10-9 after eight ends, and they still led 14-12 after 12 ends.
Shorty and Heffo won the last six ends to shut Phillip and Denis out of the game and recorded a big win.
Ends to winners 11-7.
Robert Thompson and Pat Duff 18 defeated John Martin and Kevin Miller 13.
Robert and Pat scored five shots on the third end and led 6-5 after six ends.
Scores were level 7-7 after nine ends.
Robert and Pat had the upper hand and led 13-8 after 12 ends and went shot for shot over the last six ends to hold on for victory.
Kevin and John could not bridge the gap.
Ends were 9-9.
John McDonagh and Ron Cambey 28 defeated Ray Donlan and Jim Grives 14.
John and Ron led 7-4 after six ends and won of the next six ends to lead 19-6 after 12 ends.
Jim and Ray won four of the last six ends but Ron and John cruised to a comfortable win.
Ends to the winner 10-8.
Hans McKay, Jeff Larson and Ian Cunningham 13 lost to Barry McPherson, Trevor Kellock and Jack smith 17
Team Cunningham led 5-0 after two ends and 6-4 after six ends.
Team Smith fought back and levelled 9-9 after 12 ends. Team Cunningham scored three shots to lead 12-9 after 13 ends.
Team Smith won four of the last five ends to win a good close game of bowls.
Ends to the Smith team 11-7.
Saturday social jackpot bowl saw 22 bowlers take to the greens in freezing conditions.
Paul Rodenhuis, Denis Harvey and Ray Noonan 27 defeated Bob Heffernan, Ron Cambey and Gary Hotham 17.
Team Noonan won the first three ends and led 4-0. Team Hotham won the next five ends and led 8-4 after eight ends.
Team Noonan went on an eight ends run and led 24-8 after 16 ends.
Team Hotham won four of the last five ends but the game was gone.
Ends to team Noonan 12-9.
John Finlay, Bob Lindsay and Bruce Rich 17 defeated Alex Birkins, Neville Townsend and Trevor Kellock 13.
Team Birkins led 7-3 after seven ends. Team Finlay fought back to level 10-10 after 13 ends.
Scores were levelled again 12-12 after 17 ends.
The Finlay combination won three of the last four ends to win a very good game of bowls.
Ends went to winner 12-9.
Arch Ledger, Ian Schofield and Denis Oxley 19 defeated Grant Brunton, John McDonagh and Mick Sewell 18.
Sewell won five of the first seven ends to lead 7-4.
The Sewell Combination still led 12-11 after 14 ends. Five shots to Oxley Team on the 16th end proved the difference.
Team Sewell won four of the last five ends but fell one shot short of the Oxley Combination.
Team Sewell won the ends 12-9 in a very good contest.
Jack Smith and Jim Grives 20 defeated Paul Reece and Norm Hayes 19.
Norm and Paul led 5-4 after seven ends and 16-10 after 14, they looked comfortable leading 19-13 after 18 ends but Jack and Jim won the last three ends to snatch a good victory.
Ends to Jim and Jack.
Jackpot of $136 was share by Paul Reece, Jack Smith, Norm Hayes, Jim Grives, Arch Ledger, Denis Oxley, Ian Schofield, Grant Brunton, John McDonagh and Mick Sewell.
The jackpot margin was won.
Check the noticeboard for upcoming events.
The restricted triples are on July 14, organise a team now.
The Pairs Championship A grade pairs first round must be played by Saturday and winners must play Sunday.
The Bathurst Real Estate Junior Development Squad resumes on Saturday at 10am.
Seniors beginners training with Paul and Judy at 10am Monday.
All on the sick list Get well soon. Stay United as unity is strength.
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Buy tickets now at BCCC or online at www.bccc.com.au.
See you on the greens
By: The Bowling Shark
With the wintery conditions settling in throughout this week the numbers were down for Tuesday and Saturday.
However, this trend was not the case for the Mixed Social Day with a great attendance of 34 players who by the laughter had a fantastic day on the green.
Throw in some club championship games and this is how the week played out:
Sunday, June 2
Rink Three: Minor Pairs - Semi Final
John Bosson and Kevin Howard opened the scoring against Trevor Sharpham and Ken Hartwig who took control early in the match and never let go of the lead after the third end.
Team Hartwig taking an easy win 24-12.
Tuesday, June 4
Rink Two: Social Game
Barry O'Keefe (Swing Bowler), Robert Stackenburg and Noel Witney failed to open any scoring for the first five ends against Barry O'Keefe, Troy Swadling and Alan Clark.
Team Clark were out to prove a point and came home with plenty of wind in the sails winning 22-7.
Rink Three: Social Game
John Bosson and Kevin Howard went up against Tim Pickstone and Jim Clark.
The scores went either way throughout the match and were level on the sixth (four all), 11th (nine all) and 16th (13 all).
After only 18 ends Team Howard took the win 17-13.
Saturday, June 8
Rink Three: Men's Four's - Final
Mick Tremain, Terry Burke, Craig Townsend and Peter Naylor never lost sight of the battle ahead and cruised to a good win against Trevor Sharpham, Ken Hartwig, Noel Witney and Alan Clark.
Team Naylor taking the Championship 25-13.
Rink Four: Social Game
Max Elms and John Bosson were in the running throughout the match against John Banning and Frank Farrell.
Team Farrell were never far from the lead and on the 16th took control to take the win 25-14.
Rink Five: Social Game
Ted Parker and Tim Pickstone had a close match against Peter Zylstra and Ray Minogue.
With Team Pickstone taking the lead from the seven end and holding a five point lead into the 13th.
It was Team Minogue who fought back to gain control on the last end to take the win 20-18.
Monday, June 10
With one of the best turnouts for a mixed social day on the Public Holiday Monday, 34 players had a ball as the evident laughter and banter that was in full swing.
With quite a few new comers playing for the first time, they brought with them some talented play.
This is how the day played out over 18 ends:
Alysa Doulis, Dawn Howarth and Ron McGarry had a close match against the talented Hannah Lepaio, Sue Simmons and Leonie McGarry.
Ron and his team took the early lead however Leonie and her team were in it for the win and came away with a close victory 18-17.
Another sport for her to try, Haylee Lepaio was teamed up with Peter Zylstra and Mel Parker and proved too strong for Andrew Brown, Christine Doulis and Peter Drew.
Team Parker had total control over the match with some impressive scoring and ran away with the win 18-9.
Ken Hartwig, Trevor Sharpham and Merle Stephens put on a dominating display against Alan Clark, Pauline Clark and Noel Witney.
Team Stephens had a 14-0 lead after six ends and never looked threatened by Team Witney who went down 24-14.
Liz Draper, Ted Parker and Marlene Naylor had a long road in front of them against Anne Pickstone, Tim Pickstone and Ray Minogue.
With the scores level on the 13th end (ten all) Team Minogue picked up some great scoring to take the win 25-10.
Matt Cullen and Val Zylstra had a close match against Kate Cullen and Mick Simmons.
With Team Zylstra taking the lead early and hanging on to it until the scores were level on the 16th end (13 all) Team Simmons grabbed some great scoring opportunities and took the win 16-13.
Harry Booth, Kevin Buckley and Liz Bull had total control in the early stages against Daisy Hoskins, Leesa Lepaio and Hugh Brennan with a lead of 8-0 by the sixth end.
It took some impressive play by Team Brennan to come back into the match with Leesa putting the jack in the ditch after previously moving it out of place on her first bowl.
Team Brennan fought hard for the win of 17-13.
This wraps up another week at the Majellan Bowling Club.
With the great attendance for the mixed social day, I can see that there will be more of these planned in the future.
So until next week, be kind to each other and Stay Frosty.