Fun and sun at the 2021 Tully and District Show
Brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine shone down on the 2021 T
Wednesday, July 14
Sixteen Players enjoyed 18 ends of 2-4-2.
Team 1: Ray Downing / Steve Davis (28) -v- Team 2: Rod Bradley / Peter Hall (8)
Team 3: Gavin Buick / Judy/Bev (20) -v- Team 4: Greg Cotterell / Toni Buick (11)
Team 5: Peter Smith / Lyn Davis (11) -v- Team 6: John Taylor / Joanne Townsend (17)
Team 7: John Brown / Keith Britten(9) -v- Team 8: Dennis Shirlaw / Pam Staier (14)
The winning team was Ray Downing and Steve Davis.
Sunday, July 18
Players took part in two games of 10 ends.
Team 8: Steve Szabo / Pauline Edwards / Rita Hudson (9) -v- Team 7: Mary Bacic / Rod Tennant / Ron Senini (8)
Team 6: John Brown / Robyn Brunello /John Jones /Pam Goodwin (9) -v- Team 5: Michael Knight / Joanne Townsend / Pam Staier (14)
Team 4: Ian Revie / Gavin Buick /Jock Southers (14) -v- Team 3: Peter Smith / Leno / Toni Buick (8)
Team 2: Lou Brunello / Avis Ray (5) -v- Team 1: Ray Downing / Joan Mercer (10)
Team 1 (19) -v- Team 2 (11)
Team 3 (5) -v- Team 6 (11)
Team 4 (11) -v- Team 7 (11)
Team 8 (14) -v- Team 5 (7).
The winning Team for the day was Team 1: Ray Downing / Joan Mercer.
Club Championships Singles
Rod Bradley (29) defeated Ray Downing (5)
Club Championship Ladies’ Pairs
Bev Achilles / Judy Hood (19) defeated Mary Bacic / Avis Ray (14)
Judy Hood (153) defeated Pam Staier (69)
It was good to see the championship games on the move. Please call into the club, or phone on 40681230, if you are interested in learning to play our great sport.
Enjoy the Tully Show. Cheers!
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