Young Bowling Club experienced great patronage last week with play on Thursday afternoon that included 32 players taking part.
All the games at the Young Bowling Club on Thursday were closely contested with most margins less than seven shots. Skill and determination saw the vouchers going to Stewart Taylor and Les Fanning who won with a margin of 13 shots.
On Saturday 26 players took to the greens to take part in afternoon play. A spokesman for the Young Bowling Club said the team selections worked very well with five of the six games played having a margin of four shots or less. The only players to record a big margin were Wally Chater and Harold Anderson who won their game by 20 shots. The big margin meant that Wally and Harold were clearly the winners of the Penrose Funerals vouchers. Other winning teams on Saturday at the Young Bowling Club were David Donges, Tim Carpenter and Denis Rosen, Ian Gailey and David Ward, Ted Loader and Vic Brown, Garry Fish and Col Chapman and Mark Brownlie and Kevin Porter.
The only players to record a big margin were Wally Chater and Harold Anderson who won their game by 20 shots.Cliff Traynor
There were just 10 players involved on Sunday morning for play at the Young Bowling Club. The team of Don Close and Mark Brownlie had the very good score of 16 points beating out the other teams to be named the winners on the day.
This week play will begin on Thursday at the Young Bowling Club.
On Saturday there will be Jackpot Bowls and one game in the Club Pairs with Ian Schofield and Ged Hardman to play Damien Miller and Dave Quigley.
This is the final reminder for eligible players that entries for the Minor Pairs close on Saturday afternoon.
The Zone 8 Pennant finals will be played on June 17 and 18.
Young will host the Grade 7 finals with Stockinbingal the South Western District winners in this grade.
Young and Temora will contest the Grade 2 final at Cootamundra Ex–Services Club on Saturday 17 starting at 1.00 pm.
The club selectors are arranging a practice game for the Grade 2 side on the first weekend of June.
All the details will be on the notice–board later this week.