It was great to see a good attendance at the Men’s Bowling Club AGM last Sunday and congratulations to the elected office-bearers – President Andrew Armstrong; Vice-presidents Tim Fowler and Rob Coleman; Secretary Ross Hunter; Treasurer Steve Galvin and a bowls committee comprising Blake Bradtke, Barry Bradtke, John Joyce, Dave Hancock, and Martin Betcher. Tom Hazell and Keith Brus were elected patrons and Quentin Murray auditor. In his report, President Andrew Armstrong paid tribute to greenkeeper Peter Keppie and thanked his bowls committee and volunteers for assistance in maintenance of the greens and surrounds. Bowls member numbers are on the rise, Andrew said. “Encouragement to new members joining us is paramount to success of Men’s Bowls at our club and I feel that we are all doing our bit to ensure we are welcoming and supportive of new (and old) bowlers alike.”
2017 Mixed Pairs and Mixed Fours: So far twelve teams have nominated for the Mixed Pairs and five for the Mixed Fours. Nominations close today and the draw will be held tonight, so if you have been considering nominating a team you will need to get your nomination in today, It’s your last chance.
Woodstock Open Triples: Teams of all men, all women or mixed are welcome at the Woodstock tournament to be held this Sunday, Oct 15. Play begins at 10.30am, entry is $60 per team. Prize money is $300 for the winners and $150 for runners-up. Entries close at 6.30pm on Friday – phone 6345 0307.
Jackpot: The combination required this week was +8 on End 6 on an even rink. With no winners the jackpot is now $155. The Biased Tiger