Daniel Leadbeater led his team of Mick Hollebone and Garry Williams to a comfortable victory over Snow and Rod Trenchard with Trenton Sprigs playing lead with the final score being 23-15. At the half-way mark the difference was 11 shots in Daniel's favour but his opponents did well in the remaining ends to make sure they had some chance of staying in the game.
There are a number of games which were set to play but it appears players have some reasons for not finalising them.
Taking home the winning monies were Peter Hall, Mal Cannon and Bryan Page with their victory over Jim Gillogly, Mick Hollebone and Rex Thomas with a score of 22-14. Runners up were Ian Scarr, Barry Kershaw and Dick Connell with their 21-16 win against Warwick Lewis, Tim Richardson and Gerry De Pyper.
Col Hinton, Peter Williams and Guy Watts won 19-15 against Greg Bartlett, John Black and John Magree. In the remaining encounter Daniel Leadbeater, Dallas Hammond and Jake Kennett got home 19-16 against Brian Williams, Eric Weir and Garry Williams.
John Black and Judy Stone with a +9 won the event with their victory over Glen Dennes and Tina Rushworth. In other games Mick Hollebone nnd Peter Tutty had a good win with a +9 also against Narelle Foy and Guy Watts and Ron Lollback teamed up with June Pedron to have a +7 against Bob Craig and Lotty Dennes.
The 'lucky' winners for the day were Brian Williams and Dallas Hammond with a score of 29-13 over Chris Kane and John Black. It took Chris and John 9 ends to get on the card and they were down 16-0 and it appears that Chris was playing for the opposition due to the number of shots he gave away. Greg Bartlett and Dick Connell combined well to win 29-11 against Peter Williams and Garry Walker. Ian Scarr and Barry Smith had a 22-16 win against Graeme Ireland and Eric Weir.
Noon this Saturday
The Annual Bowls meeting is to take place and nominations are open for Match Committee and Selectors as well as other bowling business.
Following the meeting there is to be a novel event for age groups of bowlers who enter and the groups will commence with under 55's and then those over 65 years of age.