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Malloy claims ‘B’ title

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May 05, 2018

Congratulations Julie Malloy for winning the recent B Grade Ladies Championship.

Tocumwal

Congratulations Julie Malloy for winning the recent B Grade Ladies Championship.

On Anzac Day, after watching the parade and then the service at the RSL, a number of bowlers took to the greens and enjoyed the sunshine and music on Wednesday.

Winners on the day were Ed Wilcox, Max Palmer and Lou Richard with runners-up being Gloria Molinaro, Bert van Huizen and Bob Bowman.

The sunshine has also brought out a number of visiting groups. The Tattersalls Club from Melbourne and a small group from Barham have visited Tocumwal in the last couple of weeks.

More guests are expected with Mulgrave Country Club visiting for their annual five day trip from Sunday.

Chris Philpot will be continuing his coaching for both beginners and more advanced bowlers on Monday mornings at 10am.

This is a great time to learn some new skills during the break from the major competitions.

Thursday will see the beginning of a new weekly event for the Month of May with Men’s Pairs (2x2x2x2). The event is mufti dress and costs $15 per person, which includes lunch.

To get involved contact Bob Bowman on 0418313918.

Finley RSC

Yvonne Thomas has claimed the Finley RS Bowling Club B Grade Championship.

Thomas defeated Lyn Donkin in the final.

The Ladies 100-up singles are down to the last two with Karen Peacock defeating Lyn Donkin and Noela Thomas defeated Di Retallick.

Noela and Karen will face-off in the final.

The final of the Men’s Handicap singles saw Ron Ameer defeat Peter Ellul in what was a tight contest.

Karen Peacock and Di Retallick combined with Loris Houlahan and Yvonne Clark from Numurkah Golf at the Kyabram Tournament and came home runners-up.

The last Trade Day for the season was held at the RSC last week.

Winners were Archie West, David Polkinghorne and Mick Maraldo.

Runners-up were Nathalia team B Hutchins, G Ward and I Boucher.

Best games went to P Russell (Barooga), A Morgan (Nathalia) and Jeff Seamer’s (Tocumwal) teams.

The jackpot did not go off standing at $300 and will be carried over to next season.

The annual meeting is on May 20 at 4pm followed by the club’s presentation day.

Names for catering to be put on the board.

Also nomination forms for the board are up, please consider taking on a position.

Our winter 2-4-2 will be commencing soon so keep this in mind.

Finley BC

Players remaining in the Men’s Pairs Championship and the 100 up Men’s Pairs Championship are now urged to complete their matches.

All events must be completed well in advance of May 20, when the presentation of trophies will take place, following bowls and a barbecue lunch.

Sunday morning bowls was well supported with Graeme Chubb, Kay McKellar and Michael Pentland forming the best team with +8 shots.

Obviously Ron Pentland has passed on the required knowledge to his grandson Michael, who is visiting form Canberra.

Players are reminded of the Murray Bowls presentation of trophies event which will be highlighted by the launching of the prestigious Hall of Fame on Sunday.

Five people will be inducted and this includes Finley Bowling Club’s Elaine Chaplin whose playing record stands alone in Ladies Bowls within the division.

The ‘Poore Bob’ Pairs will be held on Monday, June 11, with prizemoney of $1000.

The three bowl event comprises three games of eight ends with entries closing at 10am on the day or when 28 teams have been entered.

Finley Little Athletics Club had a great fundraising evening last Friday.

A total of $1209 was raised to provide the necessary equipment for our budding champions.

This was a great response by the members and community.

The next evening will benefit the Finley Pony Club.

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