Last Thursday the ladies had a pleasant journey to Mount Pleasant and performed well against the hosts winning 79-45. Joy Hams and her team bowled superbly only allowing the opposition to win four ends, resulting in a 37-6 annihilation for Pat Bland, Ruth Scoot had one of the biggest comebacks in history after being 4-21 on the twelfth end, then scoring multiples (only conceding one shot on the second- to-last end for the remainder of the game and finishing up winning 23-22. Doreen Twartz had a very tight and enjoyable game against Dot Holt winning 19-17, due to the delivery of the perfect skipper’s last bowl on the last end to drag the jack back for two shots.
Following the game, a good contingent of bowlers attended Jeff Willoughby’s funeral at Gawler – their presence showing respect for the loss of such a valuable member of the Bowling Club, who worked tirelessly for the betterment of the club, and particularly in the administration of the Night Bowls. He will be sadly missed by family and members of the Bowling Club.
Mid-Week Division 1 had a bye, and Division 2 played Kapunda Black on our home turf with a nail-biting finish 57-58. Ron hams had an excellent win 24-18, Felix Schiller also shone brightly against Phil Gould 20-15 and Roy Fiegert had a battle with Andrew Martin 13-25.
On Saturday the storms rolled in causing cancellation of all Divisions’ matches, and afterwards when the weather cleared, enabled a Pairs and 100 up game to be played on Eudunda Bowling green.
The team of the week wAS the Thursday morning team of Joy Hams, Pam Dutschke, Betty Marshall and Joy Fiegert, winning by an incredible 31 shots,
Please put your names on the sheet if you wish to play in the Cosmopolitan Fours on Sunday 21st January.