Dumbleyung Darts Club
All the team and some partners attended, but BJ, John Williamson, unfortunately could not attend.
The meal was followed by trophy presentation to give members bragging rites until the end of next season. The meal was great and all enjoyed themselves.
Our captain John Lee came away with a good showing in amongst the trophies with highest average, highest aggregate and most 100's.
Roadhouse Rick had most pegs, 16 and was deemed the most improved player for the year.
Graham Wilson had the highest peg of 120.
Graham won the club singles.
Ricky Mott and Graham won the doubles.
Congratulations to all and this sets the challenge for next year.
A suggestion was put forward that a crèche be set up and lowest average, from the previous week, be the baby sitter for the next game. Motion defeated.
Article by Graham Wilson
Kukerin Bowling Club
Debbie Smith, Bev Davidson, Therese King, and Jenny Joyce will be Kukerin’s representatives in the Ladies Interleague bowling carnival at Esperance next week-end. Best wishes from the club. Claudia Faulkner is also travelling as manager/selector for the team.
Next Sunday 10th February the men’s Club singles will commence and captain Ross will contact all players this week regarding starting times for the event. There will be practice Friday from 5.00 pm for those available. The pennant competition resumes on Saturday 16th February.
Good bowling to those bowlers travelling to various events this week.
Article by Phil Adams