Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
The winning team of the Barefoot Bowls on Thursday, August 19, was Roger Celotto, Max Thompson, and John Lone, who defeated Chris Johnson, Danny Chappell, and John Piotto, 15-7.
Diane Tomba, Maria Moore, and Stan Cotton lost to Jan Johnson, Tom Newsam, and Luisa Di Bella, 3-10.
Donna Gosney, Robyn Fascetti, and Alf Di Bella defeated Louie Tomba, Audrey Scott, and Bob Bell, 11-6.
The Men’s Friday Afternoon Pairs’ winning team was Allen Torielli and Phil Kite, who defeated Jeff Crossman and Andrew Cole, 26-12.
Bob Bell and Ren Cantatore defeated B. Joyce and Phil Wright, 21-10.
Gary Brierley and Terry George defeated Russell Peterson and Ian Muldowney, 22-13.
John Eddleston and Tony Koop defeated John Holmes and Jim Dunn, 23-18.
The lucky mixed team for Sunday on 22 points was: Mylanda Cole, Dave Horsley, and Ren Cantatore, who defeated Roger Celotto, John Eddleston, and Tony Koop, 2-9 (22 points to 9).
Norma Evans, Janese Craven, Luisa Di Bella, and Elsa Piotto defeated Bob Bell, Max Thompson, John Piotto, and Rico Basaglia, 22-17 (16 points to 11).
Michael Bube, Alf Di Bella, and Andrew Cole defeated Bev Eddleston, John Holmes, and Allen Torielli, 21-16 (16 points to 11).
The Club is open on Tuesday’s from 4pm – 6pm.
Thursday night’s Barefoot Bowls are held from 6pm – 8pm.
Please call 47762117 before 5.30pm to have your name put on the board. All are welcome to come and try playing bowls.
The Men’s Friday afternoon Pairs start at 2.15pm, please have your names into the Club by 1.45pm.
Mixed Social Bowls will be held on Sunday, August 29, starting at 1.30pm. Visitors are welcome.
Please have your name into the club by 12.30pm by calling 47762117.
Bar Roster: Kevin Walker
Social Selectors: John Eddleston
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