Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
Wednesday, July 21
Sixteen players played 18 ends of 2-4-2.
Ray Downing / Keith (23) -v- Terry / Ken Cowan (19).
Peter Smith / Lyn (17) -v- Steve / Joan Mercer (17).
John Brown / Rita Hudson (19) -v- Mary Bacic /Cyril (15).
Greg Matfin / Joanne Townsend (19) -v- John Taylor / Pam Staier (10).
The winner of the afternoon were Greg and Joanne!
Sunday, July 25
Twenty-four players enjoyed two games of 10 ends.
Team 1: John Taylor / Bev Harrop / Wally (11) -v- Team 2: Steve Szabo / John Jones / Joanne Townsend (7).
Team 3: Dennis Shirlaw / Pauline Edwards /Toni Buick (7) -v- Team 4: Leno Ceccato / Adrain Woollard / Rita Hudson (10).
Team 5: Mary Bacic / Gavin Buick / Bev Harrop (12)- v- Team 6: Ray Downing / Rod Tennant / Howard (7).
Team 7: John Brown / Lou Brunello / Val Bradley(8) -v- Team 8: Robyn Brunello / Jeff Southern / Pam Goodwin (9).
Team 1 (13) -v -Team 8 (13).
Team 2 (7) -v- Team 7 (9).
Team 3 (7) -v- Team 6 (13).
Team 4 ( ) -v- Team 5 ( ).
The winning team was Leno / Adrain / Rita!
In Club Championships mixed pairs, John Brown / Judy Hood (30) defeated Lou and Robyn Brunello (20).
Mary Bacic / Bev Achilles / Joanne Townsend / Val Zamora played in the TFNQLBA Championship 4s Final on Tuesday. Unfortunately, we lost!
Congratulations to Tully Bowls Club for winning a prize for our Petunias at the Tully Show. Thanks to our gardeners, Ron French and John Taylor. The winnings will be shared amongst members!
Please call in at the Club or phone us on 40681230 if you are interested in joining us for a game of Bowls in this beautiful weather! Cheers!
THREE Innisfail Leprechauns A-grade players have been nominated for the coveted Cairns District Rugby League Gold Medal, with the winners to be announ
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