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Eudunda Bowls News 28th October 2023

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It was a week of birthdays when three Eudunda bowlers had birthdays last Friday, Saturday and Sunday – Ron Hams, Greg Prior and Ted Schiller (70) respectively.

The Ladies continued to be top of the table after their good win last Thursday against Freeling 72-35. Joy Hams continued her good form winning 24-10 against Heather Hancock, likewise Doreen Twartz won 29-15 against Leanne Mullins and Ruth Scoot came from behind to win 19-10 against Denise Baker.

Thursday Division 1 men played Nuriootpa at home with a 55-79 result. Mally Schutz had an inspiring finish scoring a six on the last end to win 24-23 against Bob Randall, Greg Prior had a battle of the giants against Stuart Forbes 20-22, and Greg Post was compromised by Chapman 11-34.

Division 2 men played Lyndoch at Lyndoch conceding in the away game 58-74. Murray Sauer had a great win 33-19 against Bruce Koch, while both Jeff Willoughby and Ron Milde went down to C. Martin and Roger Vanstone respectively.

Another windy day greeted the bowlers on Saturday. Division 1 at Angaston was a disaster for Eudunda (64-142) where the Angaston bowlers tackled the conditions with ease. Tait Rogers 15 to Ian Elsworthy 45; Chris Jones 12 to Matthew Short 41; Bill Mader 19 to Justin Morris 31; and Aaron Jones18 to Jonno Voigt 25.

Division 3 was the shining light for Eudunda last Saturday winning 70-45 against Mount Pleasant. Gordon ( Kiwi) Teau and his team excelled themselves against Dot Holt with a 33-9 win; birthday boy Ted Schiller won 17-16 against Graeme Sloan, and Ron Milde had a draw with Kevin McGee 20-20.

Division 4 received a forfeit from Mount Pleasant.

The Team of the Week was Gordon ‘Kiwi’ Teau, Doreen Twartz, Rhonda Horne and GG Schutz.
Please put your names on the sheets for the Men’s and Women’s Championship Singles, Pairs and 100 Up competition as soon as possible.

The first week of the Night Bowls series started this week on Tuesday 31st October. Please keep Tuesday nights free for a fun and relaxing night of bowls – all ages welcome.


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