Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
The lucky winning team of the Barefoot Bowls were Trish Otto, Roger Celotto, Max Thompson, and Maria Moore, who defeated the team of Chris Johnson, Audrey Scott, Danny Chappell, and Luisa Di Bella, 9 – 4.
Pam Johnson, Jan Johnson, and Alf Di Bella defeated Paul Luxford, Malynda Cole, and John Piotto, 19 – 9.
Robyn Fascetti, Tom Newsam, and Stan Cotton defeated Donna Gosney, John Lone, and Bob Bell, 16 – 9.
The Men’s Friday Afternoon Results:
Russell Peterson and Jim Dunn defeated Kevin Walker and John Hamlyn, 14 – 12.
Jeff Crossman and Andrew Cole defeated John Eddleston and Phil Kite, 16 – 13.
Gary Brierley and Ian Muldowney defeated Bob Bell and Stan Richards, 21 – 17.
John Holmes, Tony Koop, and Ren Cantatore defeated Kevin Lawlor, Stan Cotton and Terry George, 19 – 12.
The Mixed Social Bowls Results :
The winning team with the highest points scored was comprised of Maria Moore, Kevin Walker, and Tony Koop, who defeated Roger Celotto, Len Mahon, and John Piotto, 32 – 10 (22 points to 6).
Norma Evans, Janese Craven, Luisa Di Bella, and Elsa Piotto lost to Bob Bell, John Eddleston, Russell Peterson, and Cliff Johnson, 12 – 28 (22 points to 7).
Max Thompson, Dave Horsley, and Ren Cantatore defeated Bev Eddleston, John Holmes, and Allen Torielli, 24 – 17 (18 points to 9).
The Club and Bar are open on Tuesdays from 4pm – 6pm.
Barefoot Bowls are held on Thursday night from 6pm – 8pm.
Please call 47762117 before 5.30pm to have your name put on the board.
Men’s Pairs are held on Friday Afternoon at 2.15pm. Please call 47762117 before 1.45pm to nominate.
Mixed Social Bowls on Sundays at 1.30pm. Please have your names in by 12.30pm. Visitors are welcome.
Bar Roster for September 5: F. Pallanza.
Social Selector: T. Koop.
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