Eudunda bowlers were saddened to hear of the death of Mary Mader. Mary was a very active past member of Eudunda Bowling Club. She was a Ladies President, Umpire, Champion bowler, Patroness and busy worker in our club. Sincere sympathy to Bill, Jane and family.
The Ladies went to Angaston and won 56-51. Ruth Scoot had a 17-19 result against Mavis Elsworthy, however saved the day with a bowl on the last end to reduce Angaston’s six shots in the head to two, thereby cementing Eudunda’s victory. Joy Hams was down by one shot to Eileen Argent 17-18, and Judy Milde won 22-14 against Faye Bain.
Thursday Afternoon Men Division 1 encountered Angaston on our home turf and were outdone 38-85. Geoff Schmidt and Preston Eva came second to David Jaunay and Brian Teakle respectively, while Murray Sauer gave Matthew Jones a fright being just two shots down 18-20.
Thursday Afternoon Division 2 played Tanunda Black at Tanunda and found conditions difficult going down 59-88. Roy Fiegert and his team could not find the answers for Peter Hart’s impeccable bowling, Ron Hams kept pace with Jeff Garrett until the closing stages 21-26, and Tony Scoot likewise almost overcame Dave Paech 22-24.
Division 1 arrived early at Lyndoch to do battle. Eudunda came out with guns blazing early, particularly Frankie, Schmidty and Tait, however the tide turned with each going down to Dylan O’Leary, Harry Sykes and Tony Drummond. Chris Jones kept pace with Darren Green until the last few ends, with many good bowls delivered by both sides.
Division 2A hosted Angaston at Eudunda’s beautiful greens, but unfortunately went down 52-92. Tony Scoot was very competitive against Jorn Jensen 22-25, however Ron Hams and Gordon ‘Kiwi’ Te.Au were not able to match Dave Wilson’s and Brian Teakle’s good bowling.
Division 3 had a bye.
Team of the Week was Judy Milde’s team of Doreen Twartz, Liz Mosey and Joy Fiegert.
Night Bowls starts tonight November 4th. Players please arrive at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
There will be a Club Tea on November 14th after Pennants. Please come along/stay for the tea for the camaraderie and support the club.