Eudunda Bowls News
The Night Bowlers welcomed many visitors who filled the teams and the eight left over enjoyed some good bowling practise. These electrical contractors ‘generated’ income for the bar, and provided a noisy and fun atmosphere. The meal voucher was won by Bev Regnier and wine Ruth Scoot. This week is the popular Over 60’s/Under 60’s competition and players are asked to assemble at least by 7pm for 7.30pm start.
The Ladies played Kapunda at Kapunda and went down 49-79. Ruth Scoot kept pace with Sondra Franks until the last end, finishing 15-19. Joy Hams matched Donna Woods until some unlucky ends turned the tables 19-32, and Judy Milde was unable to work through Judy Earl’s teams’ good bowling 15-28.
Thursday afternoon ‘s Division 1 had a bye.
Thursday afternoon’s Division 2 played Kapunda under the roof with a result 35-77. Ron Hams, Tony Scoot and Colin Menz were down to Trevor Leslie, John Dermody Mick Ryan.
Division 1 played a confident and egotistic Angaston at Angaston and after the heat rules’ 15 ends, finished 37-86. Chris Jones skippered against Matt Short, Tony Northcott, Mark Schutz and Jimmy Brydson in a tactical ‘blue’, Frank Pfitzner would have rather enjoyed a mornay with Jaunay, Bill Mader won more ends than Liam Buckley, and Tait Rogers was the shining light with a win 16-15 against Jono Voigt. Tait’s team of Mally Schutz, Doreen Twartz and Jake Pfitzner bowled very well all day.
Division 2A had a bye.
Division 3 played Tanunda on our home turf and played 21 ends instead of the regulatory 13 ends, as per the heat rule. After 13 ends the result was 31-50. Pat Obst was 8-20 to Judy Thompson, Marg Nietschke finished 9-19 against Gary Rainsford, and star of the day was Roy Fiegert being up 3 shots 14-11 against Glenis Kupke.
Team of the Week was Roy Fiegert, Jeff Willoughby, Colin Menz and Joy Fiegert.