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Bowls report

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April 18, 2018

Lockington

The Brereton sisters-in-law dominated the social Pairs on Tuesday.

Bev Brereton and Annette Brereton combined to defeat their opponents in merciless fashion and take home the accolades.

During the week Don Isgro and Kalvin Stout met again, this time in a quarter-final of the 21-Up Presidents trophy.

This followed their recent clash in the 100-Up final where Isgor won the title in a high standard match.

Once again it was Isgro who ruled supreme as he gained the initial break to beat a gallant Stout 21-14.

Isgro will now meet Ken Main in the semi-final, with the winner to play Ray Hanson in the final.

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Several members travelled to district tournaments over the past week.

Don Isgro, Ray Hanson, Russell Shawcross and Kevin Humbert enjoyed the conditions at Strahfieldsaye.

Tom Davis, Alan Kauffman and Hanson journeyed to Mathoura for the Triples-Skins and returned home with seven pelts plus two of the four major raffles on the day.

On Friday evening there was another fine roll up for the barbecue and practice.

The missing link in the members lucky draw was Geoff Shawcross.

The women are staging the annual Medley Fours today with a great response from local clubs.

Good bowling to the local CVBD bowlers who are participating at the BowlsVic State Championships this week at the Bendigo East Bowling Club.

The event starts today with the Mens Fours and Ladies Triples.

CVBD bowlers during the week include Lyn Smith (Deniliquin) — Champion of Champions; Phillip Thorn (City of Echuca) — Champion of Champions; Sandra Connolly (Moama) — Singles; Lindsay Franklin — Shane Laing (Deniliquin) — Pairs; Sandra Connolly, Merilyn Rehe, Marilyn Stephenson, Melissa Roberts (Moama) — Fours; Margot Brennan — Barry Brennan (Moama) — Mixed Pairs.

The bowlers will be appearing on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. True support would be welcome.

Rochester

The ladies popular five-a-side tournament was played last weekend in trying conditions.

A coolish start on Saturday followed by a rare downpour resulted in only four of the scheduled eight games being played.

A full field of 22 teams took part and at the end of the first day only three teams had won their four games.

No rain on Sunday but the cold breeze make it difficult.

The winners with 10.5 wins was a composite side from Deniliquin RSL and Bendigo — Linda Harris (Deniliquin RSL), Helen Clough (Bendigo East), Sharon Koch (Bendigo East), Jan Palmer (City of Echuca), Melissa Roberts (Moama).

The runner-up was the Moama team of Margot Brennan, Beryl Eddy, Lyn Rogan, Kath Wastell and Chris Ritchie with 10 wins.

Best winning fours combination was Anne Williams (Elmore), Hilary Archard, Helen Lodge and Gail Mathers all Barham Sports.

Best triples Marilyn Stephenson Merilyn Rehe (Moama) Di Hands (Shepparton Park) and Martine Kohler (St Kilda) won the best singles.

The Men’s Premier Pairs Tournament is on Saturday and Sunday. About 40 teams from around the State will be taking part.

During the past week Janet Rankin and Trish Costello played in the final of the B Grade singles championship.

Trish got off to a flying start leading 10-1 before Janet settled to get back in the game, and level the scores at 15 all.

Trish scored a two, then a three, to lead 20-15, Janet picked up a one on the next two ends before Trish got the one required to win the Championship.

Monday, April 23 is the Men’s Annual Meeting at 7.30pm.

Tuesday, April 24 is the Ladies Annual Meeting is at 10.30am.Bring along lunch as a general Meeting follows at 1pm.

The club presentation night is on Friday, April 27 at 6.30pm.

Please put your name on the list in the foyer by Wednesday, April 25 as this event is being catered for by outside Caterers.

Rochester is hosting the CVBD presentation dinner on Thursday, May 3. Come along and support this evening.

Ladies Social Bowls winners were Lyn Moon Elaine Hall Ray Ault Lyn Spafford.

Raffle winner was Carol Cakebread.

Next Tuesday is the last organised Social Day.

Bowlers are welcome while the weather and greens are suitable and available.

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