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There was lots of action on the rinks of the Grenfell Bowling Club over the past week. Photo: Supplied.

There was lots of action on the rinks of the Grenfell Bowling Club over the past week. Photo: Supplied.

There were plenty of bowls on the greens at the Grenfell Bowling Club over the past week.

MEN'S BOWLS NEWS

Good conditions met the bowlers this week with 38 playing on the social days.

The winners were Chooks : David Hancock, Martin Lasgana, Clive Anderson Nev Coleman and Steve Galvin.

Free Games: Martian Lasgana, Gary Pipe and Barry Jones.

This week you needed -5 on the 13th end on an odd numbered rink. The jackpot was not won this week. Next week the jackpot will be $98.00.

In the major minor pairs Graeme Sadler and Steve Galvin defeated Ray Walter and John King.

Graeme Sadler and Steve Galvin defeated Kerry Aston and Spock Armsrtong.

In the minor singles Stewart Hughes defeated Colin Woods in a hard fought match.

Please get your matches played as soon as you can.

On Thursday 8 bowlers participated in the open social bowls. Joy Woods won the meat tray.

Social bowls on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays will commence at 12.30pm with the names in by 12 midday.

Thursday has an open social bowls competition commencing 12.30pm and has a meat tray up for grabs.

David Hancock

WOMEN'S BOWLS

A very windy start on Thursday for the Grenfell Women's Bowling Club but it improved getting into the game.

There was one game of triples and one game of pairs.

In the triples, Julie Wood, Rodney O'Neill and Bevan McAlister (visiting from Quandialla) played Martin Lacarla, Joy and Quentin Murray.

The win went to Martin, Joy and Quentin.

In the pairs game, Sue and Lance Gault played Rosemary and Ray Walter.

This was a see-saw game with Ray leading early but two fours to Lance on the twelfth and thirteenth ends saw him take the lead.

All even on the seventeenth end, then Ray was holding game until with the last bowl of the game Lance drew shot for the win.

The meat tray went to Rodney.

Hope to see some more players this week.

Rosemary Walter