Dumbleyung Bowling Club
The Hughes team came out firing on all six cylinders, then came a "time out" call. Refreshments. A couple of beers and Jose's team found a bit of form!!
G.Jose, P. Bedford, G. Bate-up and G. Cronin winners on 22
S. Hughes, M. Lathwel l, R. Hall, B. Hannah 16
It was a tight game until the last four ends, when Justine came good, tipping Lola of her perch and Karen shone!
Final scores were 22 to Karen's team of Karin Kult, Justine Hughes and Helen Gooding
15 to Jeanne's team with Tanya Kirk, Lola Hannah and Gwen Lathwell
Ladies play Kojonup in Dumbleyung this week and men are away on Saturday.
Tuesday the 5th November is a big day for the ladies who are hosting a Melbourne Cup Luncheon at the Dumbleyung District Club, see the classifieds for the event flyer.
Article by Graeme Cronin and Helen Gooding
Kukerin Bowling Club
First day winners were Clem Henry’s Dumbleyung side, and second day winners were the Sorrento combination.
The club thanks all visiting players and our many sponsors for their continued support of this event. Also special thanks to our small group of ladies who do a wonderful job of catering every year, which always draws praise from all visiting players.
Last Saturday Kukerin hosted Kondinin for our pennant game. One Kukerin rink jumped out to a commanding lead early whilst the other three were in an intense contest. At the end of the match Kukerin won three rinks to one by the narrow margin of thirteen shots and a winning score of 7—1. On Sunday the club triples were played. Unfortunately a number of players were unavailable to play, however two teams of men and one mixed team played a round robin for the event. The combination of G. Smith, T. Adams, and M. Stephens won the event with a win and a draw. This team will now represent Kukerin at the league triples in mid-December.
Next Saturday Kukerin will travel to Karlgarin in what promises to be a good contest on their home green. At the time of writing it is planned to travel as a team by bus, with final departure time to be advised. There will be pennant practise on Friday afternoon from 4.45 pm for all who can be available.
Next Sunday there will be organised social bowls commencing at 1.30 pm. Hope to see a good attendance as harvest will be commencing very soon.
Article by Phil Adams