Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
Wednesday, August 25
A great day as had playing bowls with the Army and RSL Members. This is an annual event and a very enjoyable day. Play started at 10am and this was followed by a lovely luncheon supplied by the RSL and organised by our kitchen providor, Avis Ray.
During lunch several Army Members were presented with beautiful handmade quilts donated by Legacy. The first prize in the Raffle was won by Judy Hood. We look forward to another great day next year.
Wednesday afternoon, August 25
Peter Smith / Ron Senini (16) -v- Ray Downing / Greg (9).
Pam Staier / Simon / John Brown (10) -v- Joanne Townsend / Joan Mercer / Wendy (7).
Sunday, August 29.
Eighteen Bowlers enjoyed two Games of 10 ends.
Team 3: Ray Downing / Richard Jefferies / Bev Harrop (9) -v- Team 4: John Taylor / Adrian Woollard / Ron Senini (7).
Team 1: Peter Smith / Judy Hood / Joan Mercer (19) -v- Team 2: Robyn Brunello / Rod Tennant / Wendi (0).
Team 6: John Brown / Joanne Townsend /Pam Staier (13) -v- Team 5: Dennis Shirlaw / Pauline Edwards / Rita Hudson (5).
Team 1: (10) -v- Team 4: (6).
Team 2: (11) -v- Team 5: (4).
Team 3: (9) -v- Team 6: (9).
The winning team for the day, receiving $10 each, was Team 1 comprised of Peter Smith, Judy Hood, and Joan Mercer.
Club Championship Men’s Singles Final
Rod Bradley (25) defeated John Taylor (24).
New players and visitors are always welcome. Please telephone the Club on 40681230 or just call in when we are at the club. Cheers!
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