Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
On Sunday, June 27, five bowlers from the Ingham Bowls Club were the guests invited to a very historic afternoon at the Macknade Bowls Club.
In recognition of all the work the Marbelli family has done for the club over many years, the green was officially named ‘The Marbelli Green’, a well-deserved honour. Congratulations!!
Results for Men’s Pairs played on June 25
The winning team for the day was Terry George and Stan Richards, who defeated Russell Peterson and Andrew Cole, 23-9.
Kevin Walker and Jim Dunn defeated Pat Ryan and Peter Herman, 19-13.
Gary Brierley, Tony Koop, and Ren Cantatore defeated John Holmes, Sam Bonacci, and Bill Dickie, 18-12.
Social Bowls’ results for June 27
Kevin Lawlor, Dave Horsley, and Andrew Cole defeated Gary Brierley, Joey Di Bella, and Cliff Johnson, 21-13 (21 points to 8).
Roger Celotto, John Homes, and Tony Koop defeated T. Rhodes, Len Barbi, and Allen Torielli ,25-19 (19 points to 7).
The Bar is open on Tuesday’s from 4pm – 6pm.
Barefoot Bowls will be played on July 1 from 6pm – 8pm. Please call 47462117 before 5.30pm to have your name put on the board.
Men’s Pairs will be held on Friday, July 2, at 2.30pm. Please call 47462117 by 1.30pm to nominate.
Mixed Social Bowls will start at 1.30pm on July 4. Please call 47762117 to have your names put on the board by 12.30pm.
Bar Roster: T. Koop.
Social Selectors: J. Eddleston
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